Residential

If you live in Humboldt County, your electricity generation service was automatically transitioned to RCEA’s Community Choice Energy program in May 2017. Residents in Ferndale were enroll in January 2018.

PG&E is continuing to maintain the poles and lines, to remedy power outages, and to send you a single consolidated bill. So the only difference you’ll notice might be a slight decrease in your electricity bill.

You have the power to choose with RCEA’s Community Choice Energy program:

  • Stay with our default electricity service called REpower, which costs slightly less than PG&E and contains a slightly higher percentage of renewable energy.
  • Opt up to our premium service called REpower+, which is 100% renewable energy and costs just $0.01 more per kWh.
  • Opt out of the program and remain a “bundled customer” of PG&E.

The choice is yours. There’s absolutely no fee to opt up, or to opt out.

If you’re currently enrolled in any of PG&E’s various discount programs, such as CARE, FERA, or Medical Baseline programs, your coverage will continue under Community Choice Energy. You won’t have to do a thing.

If you have a solar system on your home and are currently a Net Energy Metering customer with PG&E, you’ll continue in RCEA’s Net Energy Metering program. We will credit or pay you at favorable rates for any surplus electricity you produce.

QUESTIONS? Call 1(800) 931-7232

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633 3rd Street

Eureka, CA 95501

(707) 269-1700

info@RedwoodEnergy.org

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