“In dozens of cities and unincorporated communities in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, businesses and residents will soon be paying lower electric bills for greener energy under a just-launched community choice aggregate utility, power officials said.
The Clean Power Alliance of Southern California began buying power on Feb. 1 for about 2,000 Los Angeles County buildings, including libraries, hospitals, firehouses, sheriff stations, parks and offices, supplying 60 percent from renewable energy sources — more than double what Southern California Edison provides
The new utility applies only to SCE or other investor-owned utility customers. Customers served by municipal utilities are not allowed to participate. These include residents of the cities of Los Angeles, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena and Azusa. Under the alliance, Edison would distribute the electricity using its power lines and carry out the billing. ”
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