What is Western
Western Community Energy is a CCA program that gives your local government the opportunity to buy electricity directly from its source and then offers it to the community at a more competitive rate than your current utility provider.
This gives you more control of what type of energy resources you use, how the rates are set and what your energy programs look like—all at a less expensive rate than you’re paying now.
Per regulations, WCE is sending out multiple enrollment notices for customers; two before the enrollment and two after customers have switched from SCE to WCE. If you have chosen to opt-out of WCE and received a confirmation number from us, you are still opted-out. Receiving enrollment notices after an opt-out does not opt you back into WCE. If you find the savings or information provided on the notice helpful, you are welcome to re-enroll at any time.
WCE will begin providing energy in April and May 2020!
Norco, Perris, and Wildomar will launch in April 2020.
WE HAVE LAUNCHED!!
Jurupa Valley, Hemet, and Eastvale will launch in May 2020.
Your community buys the power at a more competitive rate.
You choose an energy type and rate based on your preferences.
As a local program, any profits go back to your community.
Your current utility provider continues to maintain your power.
Working with a CCA means you have more control over what kind of energy you use. As a Western Community Energy customer, you’ll have the option of choosing between different energy packages. Your specific rates will be available when your city enrolls, but see below for our upcoming plans.