Silicon Valley Clean Energy

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) provides our residents and businesses with renewable and carbon–free electricity at competitive rates. Thirteen communities in Santa Clara County, including the City of Campbell, govern SVCE, thus creating a community-owned agency. For Campbell residents, SVCE is your official electricity provider. 

SVCE works in partnership with PG&E. It buys clean electricity directly — encouraging the kind of market growth and competition that results in more renewable energy and lower energy generation rates. PG&E continues to deliver electricity over existing infrastructure, maintains power lines and provides customer service as they always have. Your bill continues to come from PG&E, with SVCE’s lower generation charges replacing those from PG&E.   

For questions or comments, please use their contact form or call them  at (844) 474-7823.

New Programs!

Rebates to Pay for Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers (December 2020)

On December 16, 2020, through a partnership with the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), businesses, commercial property owners and multifamily residences in Santa Clara County can apply for significant rebates to pay for equipment and installation costs for eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers. To help interested participants prepare for the application process opening on December 16, CALeVIP launched a website which includes specifics on eligibility requirements, eligible equipment costs, summary of the application process and an FAQ. Project funding is expected to be in high demand, so applicants are encouraged to prepare ahead of time and apply quickly. Visit the CALeVIP Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project website for details.

COVID-19 Relief

SVCE committed $10 million to programs providing relief to customers and communities. Income-qualified CARE/FERA customers received $100 in on-bill credits and qualifying local small businesses received a $250 on-bill credit. Stipends for completing supplemental training programs in certain fields and support for local jurisdictions to improve community and emergency facilities. Learn more by visiting the SVCE COVID-19 Relief site for additional information.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy at a Campbell community event.