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In 2015, the California Legislature passed Senate Bill 350. This bill, in part, increases California’s renewable electricity goal from 33 percent by 2020 to 50 percent by 2030.

The legislation also includes a requirement for California’s utilities to prepare and provide to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) an Integrated Resource Plan that identifies the entity’s energy procurement program including: energy efficiency and demand response resources; energy storage requirements; transportation electrification; a diversified procurement portfolio consisting of both short-term and long-term electricity, electricity-related and demand response products.

The legislation acknowledges this requirement on Publicly Owned Electric Utilities (POUs) and recognizes the potential burdensome nature that this detailed planning and reporting requirement places on smaller POU staff and rate payers.  Accordingly, the legislation applied this requirement only to those POUs with an annual electrical demand exceeding 700 giga watt hours.

In early March, Anza Electric’s General Manager, Kevin Short & Government Liaison, Jennifer Miller traveled to Sacramento to gain support of Assembly Bill 759 (AB759 ).

This bill was authored by Assemblyman Brian Dahle in support of California State Electric Cooperatives that, once signed into law, would exempt co-ops who have less than 700 GWs of annual sales from the Integrated Resource Planning portion of SB 350.
 

Director candidate petitions are now available here.

This year four positions are open; one three-year position from District I, one three-year position from District II and two positions from District III. 

In District III, one position is a standard three year term and the other is a one year term due to the recent resignation of Joel Carlisle.

Petitions are due in the AEC office no later than May 24th and each petition is required to contain 30 valid member signatures.

Election results will be announced at the Annual Membership meeting on July 22nd.

 

 
Stand by Battery/Inverter
Did you see our standby battery back-up display at the annual meeting in July? If not, it's currently on display in the lobby of the AEC office.

This system is a very simple form of back-up that can be used for virtually any 120 volt, cord & plug connected household appliance such as:
Refrigerator
Medical Apparatus (breathing machine, CPAP device, etc.)
Portable Lights


​​Read more about the simple back-up system here.

Come walk with us!

We all know someone who has some form of heart or cardiovascular disease.
On May 6, 2017, Anza Electric employees will join thousands of others around the country in the effort to stop this killer by participating in the American Heart Association's "Heart Walk."
This fund raising event helps AHA finance educational outreach and research aimed at finding effective treatments to lower the incidence of premature disability and death from heart related illness.

Click the logo below to sign up to walk or donate!

 

Occasionally, it’s necessary to perform maintenance on our equipment and that sometimes involves temporarily disconnecting our members’ power.
The members most affected are those who are on life support. We maintain a list of those who depend on any type of life support system and we use this list to notify these individuals of a planned outage.
If you or someone in your household is on life support please be sure and let us know.
Identification tags are also placed on meters to alert crews of the existence of a life support system.
With the member’s permission, copies of AEC’s life support list are forwarded to the local fire stations so they also may be aware of a member’s special needs.

 

Because power outages can’t always be controlled and the duration of the outage may be extensive, it’s important to maintain a sufficient backup supply of oxygen or other medical equipment you may need during this time.

 

                                                                                 

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