Roseville Electric

Clock installed at Carnegie Museum commemorates Roseville Electric’s 100 years

It didn't take long before some of Roseville's original citizens got upset over their electric service. In 1909, 37 residents signed a petition criticizing the poor service provide ...

What’s happening: Centennial clock installation

Come help Roseville Electric celebrate its centennial with the installation and dedication of a clock and time capsule outside the historic Carnegie Museum. The time capsule will f ...

Roseville City Council approves energy plan

Roseville Electric will spend an estimated $4.5 million this fiscal year to comply with renewable energy and greenhouse-gas reduction mandates. The Roseville City Council unanimous ...

Roseville enters statewide cap-and-trade program

Roseville Electric is figuring out how exactly to comply with a new statewide cap-and-trade program. Director Michelle Bertolino calls the program's rules and details "a moving tar ...

Roseville Electric pursues new option for addressing wastewater

The Roseville Energy Park may change the way it deals with wastewater in an effort to save money and become more reliable. Roseville Electric, which operates the energy park in wes ...

Roseville Electric lighting program earns recognition

Roseville Electric's small business lighting program was recently named Best Energy Program for a medium-size utility by the California Municipal Utility Association. The public u ...

City View: Roseville Electric giving away energy-efficient light bulbs

Those funny looking light bulbs - the ones that save energy - have been around for a while now. But technology has improved significantly since compact fluorescent lights (CFLs)wer ...

Roseville Electric must find new sources for renewable energy

Roseville’s electric rates will likely increase over the next two decades as the city’s public utility provider wrestles with regulatory changes in California. An offi ...

Roseville Electric to hold public workshops on renewable energy plan

Roseville Electric is hosting two public workshops to explain its efforts to use more renewable energy in compliance with a state mandate and how this will increase costs for ...

Council moves forward on new trail in Roseville

Roseville is moving forward on a new multi-use trail that proponents say will enhance the city’s bike trail system — but the project likely won’t be completed unt ...

Electric rates may go up as Roseville complies with renewable energy mandate

At the risk of hefty fines and jail time, Roseville City Council agreed to comply with a California state law aimed at increasing the use of renewable energy, which may lead to hig ...

Utility Exploration Center hosts holiday light exchange

The city’s holiday light exchange program was such a hit last year supplies were gone within four weeks. “It was widely popular,” said Bob Garrison, manager of t ...

City view: Your public power provider supports you

Most people don’t think about where their power comes from, just that it’s there when they flip on the light switch or turn on electronics. Being a locally controlled ...

Bright times at ‘Solar Day’

With the unusually rainy spring, Roseville residents may be excited to revel in the newfound gloriousness of the sun, which showed up just in time for All Things Solar Day. Redisc ...