The Long Beach Alliance for Clean Energy (LBACE) is an environmentalist group in Long Beach, California that opposes conventional forms of energy and advocates for so-called “green” weather-dependent energy production. It describes itself as a “a group of Black, Indigenous, People of Color scientists and educators committed to the long-term viability of Long Beach as a commercial and industrial hub in the Los Angeles region.” 
The group files comments advocating for green energy mandates with the California Energy Commission.
Long Beach Alliance for Clean Energy advocates for complete and even early compliance with SB 1000, a California law that requires all energy used by retail outlets in the state be derived from green energy sources by 2045 or earlier.  It has also urged the California Energy Commission to prioritize achieving a drastic and expensive 80 percent reduction in CO2 emissions from 1990 levels and net negative carbon emission levels in the state by 2030. 
In addition to opposing the most conventional combustible sources of energy, Long Beach Alliance for Clean Energy opposes the use of less conventional combustible methods, such as biogas, biomethane, municipal solid waste, and biomass as sources of energy. 
As of December 2021, Long Beach Alliance for Clean Energy’s status with the California Secretary of State’s office is “FTB Suspended.”