WREP is a local government partnership between Southern California Edison (SCE), Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas), and 14 jurisdictions in the WRCOG subregion, designed to achieve energy savings, reduce utility bills, and enhance the level of comfort in municipal, commercial, and residential buildings. WREP promotes energy efficiency by increasing community awareness and participation in energy efficiency, demand response and self-generation programs.
Leveraging local government resources and work with local communities to maximize program reach.
Achieving short-and long-term energy savings and demand reduction for local government participants and the communities they serve while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Providing energy information to communities and providing training and education for local government facility managers, energy managers, and planners to help identify and implement energy efficiency opportunities.
Developing energy action plans that share goals and specific actions to ensure that adequate, reliable, and reasonably-priced electrical power and natural gas supplies are achieved and provided through policies, strategies, and actions that are cost-effective and environmentally sound for the subregion's consumers and taxpayers.
WREP is funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by SCE and SoCalGas under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.
Southern California Edison
SCE is an investor-owned utility company that provides power to more than 13 million people in eleven counties in Central, Coastal, and Southern California. Visit SCE website
Southern California Gas Company
SoCalGas, a Sempra Energy California regulated utility, is the nation's largest natural gas distribution utility, delivering outstanding service to more than 20 million consumers in more than 500 communities through a dedicated team of more than 8,000 employees. Visit SoCalGas website