Ava Community Energy (formerly East Bay Community Energy)

What is Ava Community Energy?

Ava Community Energy (Ava) is the County of Alameda's Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program, a community-governed power supplier that provides cleaner electricity to Alameda County residents and businesses, at rates that are lower or comparable to PG&E.  Ava Community Energy was previously known as East Bay Community Energy, prior to its expansion into the Central Valley.  Ava partners with PG&E, which continues to deliver electricity and gas, maintain the power lines, respond to outages, and provide billing and customer service.  Ava is committed to providing electricity generated from a high percentage of renewable sources such as solar, wind, and geothermal energy. The goal is to have more local control over our community's sources of energy, which can lead to cleaner, greener, and more local electricity. For more information, visit Ava's FAQ page.

To learn more about how Ava works, click on this video.

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To learn how to understand your bill, click on this video

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The City Opted Up!

The City of Dublin has opted up to Renewable 100 for all of its municipal accounts. Renewable 100 is comprised of 100% renewable energy. The default energy service for residents and businesses has transitioned to Renewable 100. We encourage you to stay opted in to the Renewable 100 service, too, which will help Dublin achieve its sustainability goals.

For residents, click here.

For businesses, click here.

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