Power Content Label and Energy Mix

Power Content Label

The annual Power Content Label provides a breakdown of the types of electricity generated and supplied to Healdsburg Electric customers. In 2022, about 65% of the citywide electricity was from no and low-carbon sources. 

Where Does Our Electricity Come From? (2022)

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Renewable Projects

  1. Going Green
  2. floating solar project
  3. Recent Projects
  4. Future Projects

Healdsburg’s electric utility is continuously adding renewable and carbon-free energy to meet the State of California's environmental sustainability requirements and climate goals. These climate policies help ensure clean power for all ratepayers. Requirements include:

  • 50% renewable by 2025
  • 60% renewable by 2030
  • 90% renewable and carbon-free by 2035
  • 95% renewable and carbon-free by 2040
  • 100% renewable and carbon-free by 2045

The Electric Department connected its first photovoltaic system in 2002, and today has over 360 customer-owned solar arrays and 60 battery systems interconnected in city limits. This includes 335 residential solar systems with a total capacity of 1.9 MW and 61 residential battery systems with a total capacity of 0.5 MW. For commercial, this includes 32 solar systems with a total capacity of 1.6 MW and 1 battery system.

These customer-owned systems are estimated to produce 5,250 MWh per year and represent roughly 7% of the community's gross annual electricity needs, reducing the amount of mid-day electricity required by the community.