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About Agencies

Public Agency Programs Information

We believe in the power of public agencies to lead their communities towards a safe, secure, resilient, affordable, and sustainable clean energy future.

We take a comprehensive, customized approach to support the unique needs of public agencies. We offer an objective, third party resource for enrolled agencies at no cost. Our suite of programs are here to help you save energy and lead your community on the pathway to zero net energy.

 

Enrolled Agencies

Public agencies working with the SoCalREN Public Agency Program are taking action to save energy.

Total Enrolled Agencies: 131

Cities

City of Alhambra
City of Arcadia
City of Avalon
City of Barstow
City of Beaumont
City of Beverly Hills
City of Brea
City of Buena Park
City of California City
City of Camarillo
City of Carpinteria
City of Chino Hills
City of Claremont
City of Corona
City of Costa Mesa
City of Covina
City of Culver City
City of Diamond Bar
City of Downey
City of Duarte
City of El Monte
City of Fontana
City of Fullerton
City of Garden Grove
City of Hemet
City of Hesperia
City of Highland
City of Huntington Beach
City of Irvine
City of La Habra
City of La Palma
City of La Puente
City of La Verne
City of Laguna Niguel
City of Laguna Woods
City of Lakewood
City of Lancaster
City of Long Beach
City of Los Angeles
City of Lynwood
City of Malibu
City of Maywood
City of Mission Viejo
City of Monrovia
City of Montclair
City of Monterey Park
City of Moreno Valley
City of Murrieta
City of Newport Beach
City of Norwalk
City of Orange
City of Oxnard
City of Palmdale
City of Paramount
City of Perris
City of Placentia
City of Pomona
City of Rancho Cucamonga
City of Rancho Mirage
City of Rancho Santa Margarita
City of Redlands
City of Rialto
City of San Bernardino
City of San Dimas
City of Santa Ana
City of Santa Barbara
City of Santa Clarita
City of Santa Monica
City of Santa Paula
City of Signal Hill
City of Simi Valley
City of South El Monte
City of South Pasadena
City of Stanton
City of Temecula
City of Temple City
City of Thousand Oaks
City of Tustin
City of Ventura
City of Visalia
City of Walnut
City of West Covina
City of West Hollywood
City of Westminster
City of Whittier
City of Yorba Linda

Counties

County of Los Angeles
County of Orange
County of San Bernardino
County of Santa Barbara

Water Agencies

Carpinteria Sanitary District
City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation
Coachella Valley Water District
Cucamonga Valley Water District
Eastern Municipal Water District
Foothill Municipal Water District
Goleta Sanitary District
Idyllwild Water District
Inland Empire Utilities Agency
Jurupa Community Services District
Lake Arrowhead Community Services District
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
Ojai Valley Sanitary District
Orange County Sanitation District
Pleasant Valley County Water District
Running Springs Water District
South Orange County Wastewater Authority
Tulare Irrigation District
United Water Conservation District
Western Municipal Water District
Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority
Yucaipa Valley Water District

School Districts

Alhambra Unified School District
Antelope Valley Union High School District
Baldwin Park Unified School District
Bridges Charter School
Conejo Valley School District
Moorpark Unified School District
Ocean View School District
Orange Unified School District
Oxnard Union High School District
Pleasant Valley School District
Rio Unified School District
San Bernardino City Unified School District
Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District
Ventura Unified School District

Other Agencies

Channel Islands Beach Community Services District
Conejo Recreation and Parks District
Metrolink
North Net Training Center
The Port of Hueneme, Oxnard Harbor District

Complete our interest form to get started.

Enrolling in SoCalREN

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Public Agency Programs service territory

Agencies join the SoCalREN Public Agency Programs to take advantage of resources that help them better serve their communities. By taking bold action and building a clean energy future, agencies provide shared benefits to their communities, such as improved reliability, reduced costs, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

More than 700 cities, counties, school districts, water districts, sanitation districts, and other public agencies served by investor-owned utilities (IOUs) throughout Southern California are eligible for enrollment. Enrollment is simple! Meet with our enrollment team and utility partners, then sign the non-binding SoCalREN Public Agency Programs enrollment form to designate an Energy Champion to work alongside your SoCalREN Project Manager on every energy project. Get started here.

How It Works

SoCalREN is administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). For more information on individual programs check out Programs & Services.

Take the Next Step

Learn more about the services offered by the SoCalREN Public Agency Program.

Ready to get started? Visit the Eligibility and Enrollment page to complete our online interest form. A SoCalREN Public Agency Programs representative will contact you to discuss enrollment.