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California Community Choice Aggregator MCE Details Energy Efficiency Savings in Report

California community choice aggregator MCE recently released its 2022 energy efficiency annual report, which notes that its customers received over $2.35 million in rebates.

The rebates helped residents and businesses make upgrades to save energy across lighting, refrigeration, air conditioning, and more.

Low-income, state-designated disadvantaged communities who are traditionally underserved by energy efficiency programs were prioritized among many of MCE’s initiatives. Eight multifamily properties will receive over $580,000 to complete energy upgrades across 784 low-income units.

Over 360 residents received $1.5 million in no-cost air sealing, insulation, and other efficiency upgrades.

Incentives also included $146,000 for agricultural customers, $478,000 for businesses and almost $200,000 for industrial customers.

Looking ahead, the California Public Utilities Commission has unanimously approved $78 million in energy efficiency funding to support MCE programs for 2024-2027.

The report is available here.

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