Assembly Bill 162 (Statute of 2009) and Senate Bill 1305 (Statutes of 1997) require utilities to disclose information to consumers about the energy resources used to generate the electricity sold in the form of a Power Content Label created by the California Energy Commission. This label provides customers with reliable information about the electricity sources, enabling customers to easily compare the power content of one electric service product with that of others. The power content label is similar to a "nutrition label" for electricity.
Version: July 2019
| Eligible Renewable
| - Biomass & waste
| - Geothermal
| - Eligible hydroelectric
| - Solar
| - Wind
| Large Hydroelectric
| Natural Gas
| Unspecified sources of power*
* "Unspecified sources of power" means electricity from transactions that are not traceable to specific generation sources.
- Glendale uses the lowest cost resources and renewables to provide for retail sales. The
percentage of renewables will vary from the RPS Compliance for 2018 due to a difference in
calculation methodologies as required. Renewable purchases also include REC-only transactions
- All percentages are rounded.
For specific information about this electricity product, contact the City Of Glendale at 855-550-4497.
For general information about the Power Content Label, please visit: www.energy.ca.gov/pcl/
For additional questions, please contact the California Energy Commission at:
Toll-free in California: 844-454-2906
Outside California: 916-653-0237