Coming January 2020
A choice, when it comes to electricity providers
Cleaner energy at a savings
Local community reinvestment
The cities of Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo have chosen MBCP to be their primary electricity provider. All electricity customers in these cities will be enrolled with MBCP during January 2020, with no action required.
Are You a Commercial Customer?
Learn about events, customer billing changes and benefits for commercial customers:
5% savings equaling $14 Million
Savings for MBCP customers in 2019
7% savings equaling $19 Million
Estimated Savings for MBCP customers including Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo in 2020
300,000 GHG Spared
Metric tons of greenhouse gas
(GHG) emissions spared from
entering the atmosphere in 2018
This equates to 661,386,787
pounds of CO2!
Small changes to your bill - big changes for your community
Committed to providing cleaner energy at a lower cost, MBCP replaces PG&E’s role in determining how and where your electricity is generated. MBCP sources electricity exclusively from carbon-free and renewable energy sources and PG&E continues to deliver electricity and maintain electric infrastructure along with billing and customer service.
You will continue to receive one PG&E bill with MBCP charges taking the place of PG&E’s charges for electric generation. You will see a new line item on the first page of your bill, and a new MBCP page. Rest assured, these are not new or extra charges. MBCP is simply taking the place of PG&E as your electricity generation provider.
What to expect during enrollment:
Enrollment for Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo begins 60 days prior to your January PG&E statement date and extends through 60 days past your January statement date. Enrollment is free and automatic. MBCP will be mailing notices using various media to ensure a high open-rate, beginning in November. Notice 1 will be mailed in November, notice 2 will hit mailboxes in December. January your service begins with MBCP on your statement date. February, you will receive your first PG&E bill that includes MBCP charges for electric generation. You will also receive notice 3. Finally, you will receive notice 4 in March.
About MBCP and the CCE Community
MBCP is one of 19 Community Choice Energy agencies or “CCEs” currently serving more than 10 million customers across California. CCEs have quickly become the primary way Californians support cleaner energy at a savings. CCEs establish local control, cost savings, renewable energy options, and deliver impactful energy programs to local communities.
Learn more about the CCE model at cal-cca.org.
All new MBCP customers are enrolled in our MBchoice service offering, with electricity generated by carbon-free sources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, and geothermal. MBchoice supports electricity from carbon-free and renewable energy as part of the effort to put more clean energy on the grid, and less greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere.
MBprime supports 100% California eligible renewable energy generated solely from solar and wind, promoting the health of our oceans and our air. MBprime is available to all customers at an added cost of $.01/kilowatt hour. You can choose MBprime by visiting http://www.mbcp.org/opt-over/.
Energizing Economic and Environmental Progress for the Central Coast
By sourcing cleaner, more affordable electricity for Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties, MBCP has already made significant gains in these areas and we look forward to continuing this progress in the cities of Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo as well as the Central Coast region. Thank you for choosing cleaner energy at a savings!
Did you know? MBCP rates cost less than PG&E and MBCP continues to consistently deliver a cost-savings.
Low income programs: Programs such as CARE, FERA and Medical Baseline will continue seamlessly as an MBCP customer.
Meet With Us In Person
Learn about what to expect with MBCP through a presentation and Q&A with MBCP representatives. Attendance is free:
Morro Bay Community Meeting:
11/13/19 6-8 PM
Morro Bay Veterans Hall
San Luis Obispo Community Meeting: