GCEH Signs Pact with PG&E to Develop ‘Behind the Meter’ Cost and Carbon Cutting Energy Projects

Global Clean Energy Holdings, Inc. announced that it has signed a Master Services Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company under which PG&E will identify, design, and implement renewable generation and energy management projects at GCEH’s Bakersfield Renewable Diesel Refinery to help reduce the refinery’s operating costs and carbon footprint.

October 20, 2021. By News Bureau

Global Clean Energy Holdings, Inc. announced that it has signed a Master Services Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company under which PG&E will identify, design, and implement renewable generation and energy management projects at GCEH’s Bakersfield Renewable Diesel Refinery to help reduce the refinery’s operating costs and carbon footprint.
 

To kick off this collaboration, PG&E will be issuing a Contract Opportunity Announcement (COA) for a 10 MW solar plant to be located at the refinery site in Bakersfield.

In addition, GCEH has purchased two electric railcar movers for use at the refinery, which are expected to be eligible for substantial cost savings under PG&E’s “EV Fleet” program.

“Combining the talents and extensive experience of GCEH’s energy and sustainability team with that of PG&E’s provides a winning combination in helping the refinery site to be a more profitable and a more sustainable operation, while doing its part to address the impacts of climate change,” said Richard Palmer, CEO of Global Clean Energy Holdings.

“This is an exciting collaboration,” said Aaron August, Vice President of Business Development and Customer Engagement for PG&E. “Our SST team is perfectly positioned to assist customers like GCEH drive significant cost and carbon reductions behind the meter by designing and installing ‘state of the art’ green energy systems. We’re proud to be doing this kind of work, day in and day out, for our customers.”

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