green lightFrom solar to geothermal, wind to biomass, potential renewable energy sources are abundant in Sonoma County. A new initiative headed by the county Water Agency is exploring a mechanism to tap into all of them and provide consumers with an alterative to PG&E.

You can read the staff report summary that was prepared for the Board of Supervisors, or review the entire feasibility report ( pdf, 168 pp) on the Sonoma County Water Agency's website.

GreenplugFor a deeper review of what Sonoma Clean Power is attempting to do, and how it might work, listen to this previoous North Bay Report from last July, with the Climate Protection Campaign's Woody Hastings.

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