Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) has created a Vendor Registry and wants you to register your business and share with other local, small to medium businesses. The goal of the directory is to increase the economic benefit of CCCE to these organizations by aligning our supplier diversity goals and initiatives with our procurement policies. The CCCE small and local supplier registry is an essential first step designed to increase awareness around vendor opportunities and identify barriers to small and local business participation.
With this goal in mind, we ask that you please share our directory found here. Please use the included image for sharing on social media and don’t forget to tag us! (@3CEnergy). The form itself will request some identifying information from registrants such as: contact information, business license number, services description and PG&E account number. Providing this information will ensure that businesses are informed of opportunities and that we have the best point of contact to communicate with. Thank you for assisting us in our efforts to ensure that local and diverse businesses are supported within CCCE’s service area.
About Central Coast Community Energy
Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) is a public agency that sources competitively priced electricity from clean and renewable energy resources. CCCE is locally controlled and governed by board members who represent each community served by the agency. Revenue generated by CCCE stays local and helps keep electricity rates affordable for customers, while also funding innovative energy programs designed to lower greenhouse gas emissions and stimulate economic development. CCCE serves more than 400,000 customers throughout the Central Coast, including residential, commercial and agricultural customers in communities located within Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz counties. Learn more at 3CEnergy.org and on social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @3CEnergy.