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Resolutions & Ordinances

  • Resolution 2023-01: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Technical Committee Pursuant to Gov. Code 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2023-02: Authorizing Remote Teleconferencing Meetings for the Board and Every Committee Pursuant to Gov. Code 54953(e)
  • Resolution No. 2023-03: Authorizing CEO to Execute Agreements for Richmond Rising
  • Resolution No. 2023-04: Appointing CFO as Treasurer
  • Resolution No. 2023-05: Acceptance of Federal Funds From the Congressional Grants Division of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Resolution No. 2023-06: Authorizing Royal Bank of Canada Revolving Credit Agreement
  • Resolution No. 2023-07: Adopting a Reimbursement Policy for Board Members in Accordance with Government Code § 53232 et seq.
  • Resolution No. 2023-08: Honoring Board Member Kevin Haroff
  • Resolution No. 2023-09: Acceptance of Federal Funds
  • Resolution No. 2023-10: Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of a Clean Energy Purchase Contract and Certain Other Documents in Connection with the Issuance of the California Community Choice Financing Authority Clean Energy Project Revenue Bonds; and Certain Other Actions Required to Ensure the Reduction in the Costs of Renewable Energy Therewith
  • Resolution No. 2023-11: Accepting Award number DE-EE0010626 “Charged by Public Power – Community Voices & Community Choice” from the U.S. Department of Energy
  • Resolution 2022-01: Authorizing Continued Teleconference Meetings
  • Resolution 2022-02: Establishing Annual Compensation for Chief Executive Officer
  • Resolution 2022-03: Authorizing Continued Remote Teleconference Meetings for Board of Directors and Every Committee of the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-04: Authorizing Continued Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board of Directors and Every Committee of the Board of Directors Pursuant to Government Code Section 54953 (e)
  • Resolution 2022-05: Appointing Director of Finance as Treasurer
  • Resolution 2022-06: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for Technical Committee Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-07: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-08: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-09: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-10: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-12: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-13: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-14: Amending MCE’s Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution 2022-15: Establishing the Annual Compensation for the Chief Executive Officer
  • Resolution 2022-16: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board and Every Committee on the Board Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2022-17: Increasing Purchasing Agent’s Authority
  • Resolution 2022-18: Honoring Chair Tom Butt
  • Resolution 2022-19: Honoring Director Denise Athas
  • Resolution 2022-20: Honoring Director Ford Greene
  • Resolution 2022-21: Honoring Director Brad Wagenknecht
  • Resolution 2021-01: Supporting the Goal of 100% Zero Emission Vehicle Sales in California by 2030
  • Resolution 2021-02: Appointing Director of Finance as Treasurer
  • Resolution 2021-03: MCE Approving Formation of California Community Choice Financing Authority
  • Resolution 2021-04: Committing to Advance Racial Equity
  • Resolution 2021-05: Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of a Clean Energy Purchase Contract With the Issuance of the California Community Choice Financing Authority Clean Energy Project Revenue Bonds
  • Resolution 2021-06: Amending MCE’s Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution 2021-07: Authorizing Remote Teleconference Meetings
  • Resolution 2021-08: Delegating Authority to Executive Committee to Adopt Findings Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953e
  • Resolution 2021-09: MCE Authorizing Continued Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board of Directors Pursuant to Government Code Section 54953(e)
  • Resolution 2021-10: MCE Authorizing Continued Remote Teleconference Meetings for the Board of Directors and Every Committee of the Board of Directors
  • Resolution 2021-11: Authorizing Continued Remote Teleconference Meetings Subsequent Findings Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953e
  • Resolution 2021-12: Delegating AB 361 Authority to MCE Technical Committee to Adopt Findings Pursuant to Gov. Code Section 54953e
  • Resolution 2019-01: Authorizing Investment of Monies in the Local Agency Investment Fund
  • Resolution 2019-02: Appointing the Chief Operating Officer as Treasurer
  • Resolution 2019-03: Amending MCE’s Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution 2019-04: Accepting an Administrative Extension to a Credit Agreement with River City Bank Extending the Termination Date of the Agreement from August 31, 2019, to November 30, 2019
  • Resolution 2019-05: MCE Approving the City of Vallejo and City of Pleasant Hill as Members of MCE
  • Resolution 2019-06: MCE Establishing a New Operating Reserve Fund
  • Resolution 2019-07: MCE Approving and Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of a Revolving Credit Agreement with JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
  • Resolution 2019-08: Establishing the Annual Salary for the Chief Executive Officer
  • Ordinance 2018-01: Establishing Informal Bidding Procedures Under the Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act
  • Ordinance 2018-02: Establishing an Alternative Claims Procedure Pursuant to Government Code Section 935
  • Resolution 2018-01: Honoring Board Member Emmett O’Donnell
  • Resolution 2018-02: Electing to Become Subject to the Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act
  • Resolution 2018-03: Rescinding Resolution No. 2017-02 and Delegating Energy Procurement Authority
  • Resolution 2018-04: Designating the CEO as the Purchasing Agent Pursuant to Government Code 25500 and Delegating Purchasing Agent Authority
  • Resolution 2018-05: Authorizing Investment of Monies in the Local Agency Investment Fund
  • Resolution 2018-06: Establishing the Authority Certificate and Trading Authorization for Brokerage Accounts With JP Morgan
  • Resolution 2018-07: Establishing the Annual Salary for the Chief Executive Officer
  • Resolution 2018-08: Authorizing Delegation of Procurement, Purchasing and Contracting Authority by CEO
  • Resolution 2018-09: Delegating Authority of Setting Compensation, Tenure, Appointment, and Conditions of Employment to the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer
  • Resolution 2018-10: Amending MCE’s Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution 2018-11: Affirming MCE’s Commitment to Complying with the Land Use Authority of its Member Communities
  • Resolution 2018-12: Approving the County of Solano as a Member of MCE
  • Resolution 2017-01: MCE Updating the Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution 2017-02: MCE Delegating Contracting Authorities
  • Resolution 2017-03: MCE Approving the Revised Net Energy Metering Tariff
  • Resolution 2017-04: MCE Authorizing Entry Into and Execution of Certain Contracts Relating to the MCE Solar One Project
  • Resolution 2017-05: MCE Authorizing CEO and Exec. Comm. Chair to Execute a Grant Agreement with California Energy Commission Under Grant Funding Opportunity GFO-16-404
  • Resolution 2017-06: Board of Directors MCE Approving County of Contra Costa (Unincorporated) Cities of Concord, Martinez, Oakley, Pinole, Pittsburg and San Ramon and the Towns of Danville and Moraga as Members of MCE
  • Resolution 2017-07: Board of Directors of MCE Delegating Energy Procurement Authorities for New Member Communities
  • Resolution 2017-08: Board of Directors of MCE Approving Third Amendment to Credit Agreement with River City Bank in the Principal Amount of $25,000,000
  • Resolution 2017-09: Regarding Authority to Execute Third Amendment to Credit Agreement with River City Bank
  • Resolution 2017-10: Board of Directors MCE Delegating Authority for Destruction of Non-Judicial Public Records
  • Resolution T2017-01: Approving a PPA between MCE and Sand Hill C, LLC.
  • Resolution No. 2016-01: Approving the Cities of American Canyon, Calistoga, Lafayette, Napa, St. Helena, Walnut Creek and the Town of Yountville as MCE Members
  • Resolution 2016-02: Approving Amendment 11 to the MCE JPA Agreement to Authorize Multi-Jurisdiction Board Representation
  • Resolution 2016-03: Approving Second Amendment to Credit Agreement with River City Bank in the Principal Amount of $20,000,000
  • Resolution 2016-04: Regarding Authority to Execute Credit Agreement
  • Resolution 2016-05: Restating and Confirming Authority for Power Procurement & Other Expenditures
  • Resolution 2016-06: Updating MCE Conflict of Interest Code
  • Resolution T2016-01: Approving Power Purchase Agreement between MCE and Desert Harvest, LLC
  • Resolution T2016-02: Approving Power Purchase Agreement with MCE and Antelope Expansion 2, LLC
  • Resolution T2016-03: Approving Power Purchase Agreement with MCE and Voyager Wind III, LLC
  • Resolution T2016-04: Approving Power Purchase Agreement with MCE and Los Banos Wind, LLC

 

 

Regulatory Documents

  • MCE Advice Letter 01-E — Greenhouse Gas Emissions Performance Standard Compliance Filing
  • MCE Advice Letter 02-E — Greenhouse Gas Emission Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing
  • Advice Letter 03-E — One-Time Compliance Filing Regarding Revisions to Marin Energy Authority’s 2013-2014 Energy Efficiency Program Implementation Plan Pursuant to Commission Decision 12-11-015
  • Advice Letter 04-E — GHG Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing 2013
  • MCE Advice Letter 05-E — Partial Supplemental Filing Regarding Revisions to Marin Energy Authority’s 2013-2014 Energy Efficiency Compliance Filing Pursuant to Decision 12-11-015
  • MCE Advice Letter 06-E — Partial Supplemental Filing Regarding Revisions to Marin Energy Authority’s 2013-2014 Energy Efficiency Compliance Filing Pursuant to Decision 12-11-015
  • MCE Advice Letter 07-E —Identification of Unspent Funds from Marin Clean Energy’s 2013-2014 Energy Efficiency Programs Available for the 2015 Program Budget
  • MCE Advice Letter 08-E — Budget and Programmatic Changes to Marin Clean Energy’s 2015 Energy Efficiency Programs
  • MCE Advice Letter 08-E-A — Supplemental Programmatic Changes to Marin Clean Energy’s 2015 Energy Efficiency Programs
  • MCE Advice Letter 09-E — GHG Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing 2015
  • MCE Advice Letter 10-E — Request for Approval to Close Single-Family On-Bill Repayment Program and Shift Funds to MCE’s Multifamily Budget
  • MCE Advice Letter 11-E — Identification of Unspent Funds from Marin Clean Energy’s 2015 Energy Efficiency Programs Available for the 2016 Program Budget
  • MCE Advice Letter 12-E — Withdrawn
  • MCE Advice Letter 13-E —GHG Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing 2016
  • MCE Advice Letter 14-E — Refiling Marin Clean Energy’s Biannual Energy Storage Procurement Compliance Report
  • MCE Advice Letter 15-E — Request for Approval to Shift Funds in Anticipation of 2016 Spending
  • MCE Advice Letter 16-E — Increased EE Budget
  • MCE Advice Letter 17-E — Seasonal Savings Pilot
  • MCE Advice Letter 18-E — 2017 Budget
  • MCE Advice Letter 19-E — Request for Approval to Shift Funds in Anticipation of 2016 Spending
  • MCE Advice Letter 20-E — Request for Approval to Shift Funds
  • MCE Advice Letter 21-E — Unspent Funds from MCE’s 2016 Energy Efficiency Programs
  • MCE Advice Letter 22-E — GHG Emission Performance Standard (EPS) filing 2017
  • Advice Letter 23-E — Identification of Metrics to Track MCE’s Low-Income Families and Tenants (LIFT) Pilot
  • Advice Letter 23-E-A — Supplement to Identification of Metrics to Track MCE’s Low-Income Families and Tenants (LIFT) Pilot
  • Advice Letter 24-E — Closing MF-Com OBR and Fund Shifting
  • Advice Letter 25-E — MCE 2018 Annual Energy Efficiency Program and Portfolio Budget Request
  • Advice Letter 25-E-A — Supplement to Marin Clean Energy’s 2018 Annual Energy Efficiency Program and Portfolio Budget Request
  • Advice Letter 26-E — Request for Approval to Shift Funds
  • Advice Letter 27-E — Seasonal Savings Pilot Extension
  • Advice Letter 28-E — Request to Shift Funds to MCE’s Financing Program
  • Advice Letter 29-E — Identification of Unspent Funds from Marin Clean Energy’s 2017 Energy Efficiency Programs Available for the 2018 Program Budget
  • Advice Letter 30-E — GHG Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing 2018
  • Advice Letter 31-E — Energy Storage Compliance Report 2018
  • Advice Letter 32-E — MCE’s and PG&E’s Annual Joint Memorandum of Cooperation for Program Year 2019
  • Advice Letter 33-E — MCE’s 2019 Energy Efficiency Annual Budget Advice Letter
  • Advice Letter 34-E — GHG Emission Performance Standard (EPS) filing 2019
  • Advice Letter 35-E — Update to MCE 2018 Integrated Resources Plan
  • Advice Letter 36-E — MCE’s and PG&E’s Annual Joint Memorandum of Cooperation for Program Year 2020
  • Advice Letter 37-E — MCE’s 2020 Energy Efficiency Annual Budget Advice Letter
  • Advice Letter 38-E — Request for Timeline Only Extension of Marin Clean Energy’s Low-Income Families and Tenants Pilot
  • Advice Letter 39-E — Energy Storage Procurement
  • Advice Letter 40-E — Rebates that Exceed Measure Costs in MCE’s 2020 Annual Budget Advice Letter
  • Advice Letter 41-E — Compliance Filing for Load Serving Entities with Long-Term Financial Commitments
  • Advice Letter 42-E — Establish and Implement the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program Rate and the Community Solar Green Tariff Program Rate
  • Advice Letter 43-E — Marin Clean Energy and Pacific Gas and Electric Company Annual Joint Cooperation Memorandum for Energy Efficiency Programs for Program Year 2021
  • Advice Letter 44-E — Marin Clean Energy and Bay Area Regional Energy Network Annual Joint Cooperation Memorandum for Energy Efficiency Programs for Program Year 2021
  • Advice Letter 45-E — MCE’s 2021 Energy Efficiency Annual Budget Advice Letter
  • Advice Letter 46-E — Submittal Of Community Choice Aggregator Financial Security Requirement Instrument in Compliance with Resolution E-5059
  • Advice Letter 47-E — 2022 Budget Request and Marketing, Education and Outreach Plan for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff and the Community Solar Green Tariff Programs
  • Advice Letter 48-E — GHG Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) Compliance Filing 2020
  • Advice Letter 49-E — Request for Increased Budget under Marin Clean Energy’s Commercial Upgrade Program for Program Year 2021
  • Advice Letter 50-E — Request for Approval of Solicitation Documents for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff and the Community Solar Green Tariff Programs
  • Advice Letter 51-E — Revised Budget Request for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff and the Community Solar Green Tariff Programs for Program Years 2021 and 2022
  • Advice Letter 52-E — PG&E and MCE’s 2022 Joint Cooperation Memo in Compliance with Decision 18-05-041, Ordering Paragraph 38
  • Advice Letter 53-E — BayREN and MCB Annual Joint Cooperation Memorandum for Energy Efficiency Programs – Program Year 2022
  • Advice Letter 54-E — MCE’s 2022 and 2023 Energy Efficiency Annual Budget
  • Advice Letter 55-E — Update to MCE 2018 Integrated Resources Plan
  • Advice Letter 56-E — Updates to Marin Clean Energy’s Low-Income Families and Tenants Pilot
  • Advice Letter 57-E — 2022 Energy Storage Procurement
  • Advice Letter 58-E — 2023 Budget Request and Marketing, Education and Outreach Plan for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff and the Community Solar Green Tariff Programs
  • Advice Letter 59-E — Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Proposed Percentage of Income Payment Plan Pilot in Compliance with D.21-10-012
  • Advice Letter 60-E — Marin Clean Energy’s Proposal for a Residential Market Access Program
  • Advice Letter 61-E — GHG Emission Performance Standard (EPS) filing 2021
  • Advice Letter 62-E — Correction to MCE Advice Letter 58 -E
  • Advice Letter 63-E — Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program 2022 Power Purchase Agreement Approval
  • Advice Letter 64-E — Notice of Marin Clean Energy Home Energy Report Program Closure
  • Advice Letter 65-E — Withdrawn
  • Advice Letter 66-E — GHG Emission Performance Standard (EPS) Filing 2022
  • Advice Letter 67-E — Not Filed
  • Advice Letter 68-E — Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program and Community Solar Green Tariff Program 2023 Solicitation Materials, Tariff Updates, and Marketing Plans
  • Advice Letter 69-E — 2024 Budget Request and Marketing, Education and Outreach Plan for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff and the Community Solar Green Tariff Programs
  • Advice Letter 70-E — Marin Clean Energy’s True-up
  • Advice Letter 71-E — Approval of Amendments to MCE’s Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program 2023 Power Purchase Agreements
  • Advice Letter 72-E — 2024 Energy Storage Procurement
  • Advice Letter 73-E — GHG Emission Performance Standard (EPS) Filing 2023
  • Advice Letter 74-E — Marin Clean Energy’s Integrated Demand-Side Management Tier 3 Advice Letter from the Energy Efficiency Portfolio Administrators
  • Advice Letter 76-E — Approval of Amendments to MCE’s Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program 2023 Power Purchase Agreements
  • Advice Letter 77-E — Notice of Marin Clean Energy’s Small Business Energy Advantage Program Launch
  • Advice Letter 78-E — Joint CCA Financial Monitoring and Reporting Guidelines
  • Advice Letter 79-E — 2025 Budget Request and Marketing, Education and Outreach Plan for the Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Program

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