The City of Dublin increasingly relies on the efficient use of clean, renewable energy to meet the needs of today and future generations. Dublin residents have a number of incentives and opportunities to become more energy efficient and reduce environmental impacts. Explore the tabs on the left to see what is available and start making a positive environmental impact! 

Ava Community Energy

Ava Community Energy (formerly East Bay Community Energy) is our community-governed, local power supplier that provides cleaner electricity to residents and businesses in Dublin, Alameda County, and beyond. 

The default electricity option for Dublin residences is Ava's Renewable 100 service, which is sourced from California wind and solar facilities, including a wind farm in Livermore. Renewable 100 costs an additional one-cent per kilowatt-hour above PG&E rates. That's about five dollars more per month for a typical Dublin home. Residents can always choose a different service plan or return to PG&E service at any time. Visit the Ava Community Energy website to learn more about service plans.