Citizens Energy continues to work with major oil producing companies and countries to provide low-cost home heating oil to the poor and elderly. In partnership with CITGO Petroleum, Inc., Citizens Energy has provided heating oil to an estimated half a million low-income and elderly residents in 25 states and the District of Columbia over the last eight years. The Oil Heat Program also delivered over $20 million in heating grants to over 60 Native American tribes from Alaska to Maine and provided winter heating grants to hundreds of homeless shelters.
Businesses interested in partnering with Citizens Energy on oil ventures should contact:
Pete Smith at email@example.com
Citizens Energy partnered with San Diego Gas & Electric to develop a large-scale 500 kV high-voltage transmission project in Southern California to improve electric grid operation and enable access to one of the largest sources of renewable power in the United States – thousands of megawatts of geothermal, solar, and wind resources from the Salton Sea region and Imperial County.
The Sunrise Powerlink is a 120-mile, $1.9 billion power line designed to deliver as much as 1,000 megawatts of clean energy. Completed in 2012, the Sunrise Powerlink enables SDG&E to meet three important objectives:
Citizens Energy is financing a large portion of this line in Imperial County, and is using 50% of its profits from this investment to install solar collectors atop the homes of low-income families in the Imperial Valley.
Learn more about the Solar Homes Initiative
Learn more about the Sunrise Powerlink.
Businesses interested in partnering with Citizens Energy on electricity ventures should contact:
Pete Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
The first project in Citizens Wind’s portfolio was a 34.5 megawatt facility in Munnsville, N. Y., that went online in 2007. We also co-developed a 198 MW project on Wolfe Island, Ontario, that began construction in July 2008 and entered commercial operation a year later. Citizens Wind manages all aspects of the wind development process from site identification to procurement and construction. Citizens Wind is a leading developer of projects in partnership with Native American tribes and First Nation peoples. Our projects in New England, the Midwest, and Quebec have the potential to generate more than 1,000 MW in the next three years.
Businesses that are interested in partnering with Citizens Wind should contact:
Matt Pearlson at email@example.com
Founded in 2010, Citizens Solar has become one of the largest solar developers in the state of Massachusetts. As of 2013, Citizens Solar completed the construction of a $50 million portfolio of nine distributed solar projects totaling over 18 megawatts.
Citizens Solar works with a diverse array of government and private sector entities to develop solar sites, allowing our partners to save on electricity costs while contributing clean and green energy to the grid.
With sites ranging from a converted landfill to an heirloom potato farm, Citizens Solar is experienced in a wide range of partnerships. Private businesses and landowners who lease their land to Citizens Solar can expect years of revenue produced by local sources of clean renewable energy.
Businesses that are interested in partnering with Citizens Solar should contact:
Brian Morrissey at firstname.lastname@example.org