Marin’s successful independent electrical supplier — one of the only in California — is considering allowing outsiders to join. The city of Richmond, on the other side of the Bay, has signaled interest, as has San Jose, Arcata, Sonoma, and others. Last year the Marin Energy Authority reported that it provided 78 percent non-fossil, non-nuclear generated electricity to residents, offering an alternative to power giant PG&E. [Read more - Marin Independent Journal].
Upon attending the West Coast Green events at the Moscone Center in San Francisco this week, I was thrilled to find out that Governor...
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I regret that the present position of the Ross Town Council does not permit me to opt in to MEA. Why do individual homeowners not have the ability to have our electricity provided by MEA?