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SoCalREN Celebrates 200 Agencies Dedicated to Building a Sustainable Clean Energy Future

The Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) is now officially 200 public agencies strong!

Climate Change & Energy


January 17, 2022


In October, SoCalREN enrolled the City of El Segundo, marking the 200th agency to join our network – a fitting milestone for energy awareness month!

“As we welcome our 200th agency into the Network, I’m overwhelmed with pride and thankful to be a part of such meaningful collaboration benefiting communities across California. Our team often reflects on how inspired they are by the agency staff we work with. So this is really a time to celebrate the leadership of our Energy Champions, past and present. Thank you for all you do! The SoCalREN team is truly honored to be your partner in building a more secure, affordable, resilient, and clean energy future!” – Nicol Manzanares, SoCalREN Public Agency Programs

We’d like to thank our public agencies for their dedication to sustainability and resiliency in their communities. The SoCalREN Public Agencies Programs are happy to continue helping communities throughout California implement energy projects and be proactive stewards in managing their energy consumption. We value the partnership and dedication to secure a clean energy future for all!

Read the latest public agency success stories leading up to this moment:

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Let’s give a warm welcome to the 35 public agencies that joined SoCalREN this year:

City of Hanford, City of Bell, Irvine Unified School District, Redondo Beach Unified School District, County of Kings, Foothill Transit, City of Lake Forest, Pomona Unified School District, City of Artesia, City of Rosemead, Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, City of Montebello, Fullerton Joint Union High School District, Palos Rancho Verdes, Bellflower Unified School District, El Toro Water District, City of San Luis Obispo, City of Bell Gardens, City of Gardena, South Coast Air Quality Management District, East Kern Health Care District, City of Manhattan Beach, Azusa Unified School District, City of Lomita, City of Indian Wells, El Segundo Unified School District, Crescenta Valley Water District, Palmdale Water District, the Town of Apple Valley, City of Lawndale, Stallion Springs Community Services District, Montecito Sanitary District, City of Val Verde, and Santa Barbara Unified.

SoCalREN Public Agency Programs are administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Learn more about SoCalREN at