Power Content Label (PCL)

Anaheim continues to transition from carbon intensive coal energy to clean renewable energy. From 2004 to 2015, Anaheim has increased renewable energy from 1% to 33% while reducing coal power from 73% to 37%.
PCL 2015_2

Power Content Label Disclosure

  
 AB 162 (Statute of 2009) and Senate Bill 1305 (Statutes of 1997) require retail electricity suppliers to disclose information to California consumers about the energy resources used to generate the electricity they sell. You can think of the power content label as a "nutrition label" for electricity. The power content label provides information about the energy resources used to generate electricity that is put into the power grid. Just as a nutrition label provides information about the food you eat, the power content label provides information about your electricity sources.
PCL 2014_2