Should the City Council adopt a Resolution to 1) Opt up Berkeley’s municipal accounts to Renewable 100 electricity; 2) Upgrade current & new residential and commercial accounts to 100% GHG-free, with exceptions; and 3) Provide yearly review of the City’s municipal, residential, and commercial plans?
At its March 24, 2020 meeting, the City Council will decide whether to adopt a Resolution to: a. Opt up Berkeley’s municipal accounts to Renewable 100 (100% renewable and 100% greenhouse gas-free) electricity service, and refer the estimated increased cost of $100,040 to the June 2020 budget process; b. Upgrade current and new Berkeley residential and commercial customer accounts from Bright Choice (>85% GHG-free) to Brilliant 100 (100% GHG-free), except for residential customers in low income assistance programs. The transition would be effective October 1, 2020 for residential customers and January 1, 2021 for commercial customers; and c. Provide for yearly Council review of the City’s default municipal, residential, and commercial plans.
To read the full Council item, see Item 26 on the March 24, 2020 agenda page.
The Council, whose Agenda and Rules Committee selected this topic, would like to hear from you. How would you like them to decide, and what would you like them to consider?
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