MESA WEST SOLAR ENERGY GENERATION FACILITY PROJECT (EM)
JATON LLC has commenced preliminary engineering on its Mesa West Solar Energy Facility Project.
The Mesa West Project is a 1.3-MW(AC) renewable energy solar farm situated on a 20-acre parcel in the Twentynine Palms, in San Bernardino County, California. The solar energy generated by the Mesa West Facility will serve approximately 725 homes.
The solar energy generated from the Mesa West Facility will be transmitted into the California Electrical Grid via Southern California Edison (SCE) infrastructure. The Mesa West Facility’s energy will add to California’s renewable energy supply portfolio and assist in reaching Governor Brown’s goal of 50% renewable energy use in California by 2030.
JATON’s Mesa West Project expects to execute a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) via SCE’s Community Renewables Program in 4Q 2019, and is scheduled to complete construction and begin delivering solar power in 3Q 2020.
Required Information Regarding Mesa West Solar Facility Project’s Inclusion in Southern California Edison’s Community Renewables Program
If customers have service questions, please contact:
Antonio Perez – Director of Energy Generation, JATON LLC
B. Information about Green-e Energy and California’s ECR Program
JATON LLC is working with Southern California Edison (SCE) to have the Mesa West Solar Facility included in SCE’s Community Renewables Program.
SCE’s Community Renewables Program is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Under the California Enhanced Community Renewables (ECR) program, renewable energy project developers take on the responsibility for marketing electricity product(s) directly to customers, who would normally receive this type of information from the utility. Green-e Energy provides third-party verification that the end customer receives accurate and sufficient disclosures.
Green‑e Energy is North America’s leading voluntary certification program for renewable energy. Since 1997, Green-e Energy has certified renewable energy that meets environmental and consumer protection standards that it developed in conjunction with leading environmental, energy and policy organizations. Green-e Energy requires that sellers of certified renewable energy disclose clear and useful information to potential customers, allowing customers to make informed choices.
C. Description of the Green-e Energy certification process.
The Community Renewables Program is Green-e Energy certified, which means that the Program meets strict environmental and consumer protection standards set by the independent, non-profit Center for Resource Solutions. Green-e Energy is North America’s leading voluntary certification program for renewable energy. For over a decade, Green-e Energy has certified renewable energy that meets environmental and consumer protection standards that were developed in conjunction with leading environmental, energy and policy organizations. Green-e Energy requires that sellers of certified renewable energy disclose clear and useful information to potential customers, allowing consumers to make informed choices.
i. All marketing materials are pre-screened by Southern California Edison (SCE). JATON LLC had to provide documentation to SCE that certain materials were distributed to prospective customers and purchasers.
ii. Both SCE and JATON abide by applicable sections of the Green-e Code of Conduct. (green-e.org/docs/energy/Green-e%20Energy%20Code%20of%20Conduct.pdf).
iii. An auditor, paid by SCE, reviews all supply and sales associated with the SCE’s certified product to ensure that the product complies with the Green-e Energy National Standard (green-e.org/docs/energy/Green-e Standard v3.1 US.pdf).
iv. SCE works with Green-e staff to ensure that required language was sent to customers, providing verification that consumers are fully informed about the nature of the product they are purchasing.
v. Green-e reviews the audit as well as the marketing materials provided for accuracy based on the Green-e Energy National Standard requirements, the Green-e Energy Code of Conduct requirements, and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) rules.
Contact Green‑e Energy for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 415‑561‑2100.
By engaging in this program, you may be eligible to enroll in Green-e for Businesses and Products. Green-e for Businesses and Products is committed to helping Green-e Energy customers tell their sustainability stories. For over a decade, Green‑e has been working with leading companies and products that use renewable energy and equipping them with recognition, promotional, and communication tools to market their sustainability efforts to customers and stakeholders. Green-e currently certifies companies, facilities, products, electric vehicles, printing and paper supply, and events. For more information on Green‑e’s business and marketing solutions email email@example.com or call 415‑561‑2100.
For more information regarding SCE’s Enhanced Community Renewables (ECR), visit Community Renewables Program.
Under the Enhanced Community Renewables program, the customer will sign up for either 100%, 50% of power used, or blocks of 100kWh through JATON LLC. In turn, Southern California Edison (SCE) will sign a contract with JATON LLC to purchase the output from the facility. In exchange, the customer will receive a bill from JATON LLC for their portion of the facility output, and a bill from Southern California Edison that includes a credit associated with the renewable solar energy they are purchasing from JATON LLC.
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