January 22, 2020

Largest CCA Renewable Project Comes Online

Redwood City, CA, Jan. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The largest renewable energy
installation ever built for a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) agency is officially online.
Peninsula Clean Energy this month began providing more solar power to California’s San
Mateo County from the 200-megawatt utility-scale Wright Solar Project located in the nearby
Central Valley.

“This is actual new steel in the ground that will send more clean and affordable power to our
customers,” Peninsula Clean Energy CEO Jan Pepper said. “As a leader among CCAs in
California and nationwide, we are proving that aggressive movement toward 100 percent
carbon-free power can be both environmentally and economically beneficial. Wright Solar is just
the beginning of what is possible for providing good jobs and strong economic benefits to areas
such as Merced County in California’s Central Valley.”

Peninsula Clean Energy has an exclusive 25-year power purchase agreement with Wright Solar
Park LLC to buy all of the facility’s electricity to power more than 100,000 San Mateo County

The Wright project is owned by Centaurus Renewable Energy and the construction and
operations are managed by Clēnera, LLC.