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Alameda Municipal Power

Alameda Municipal Power (formerly Alameda Power & Telecom) (website) is a community-owned municiple utility providing electricity to residents of Alameda, CA.

Alameda Municipal Power is known as "The Greenest Little Utility in America" because over 80% of its portfolio consists of renewable power resources, including geothermal, hydroelectric, landfill gas, wind, and solar.

Alameda Municipal Power has a solar rebate program available to its residential and commercial clients. For the year 2009, it pays $2.60 per watt of installed power to qualifying participants. 1  


References

1. California: Alameda Municipal Power Solar Rebates, 2009.09.27