“Join Community Choice Agency (CCA) experts and leaders from across the state on June 5th for a day-long event about accelerating CCA adoption, sharing best practices, and creating more benefits for our communities. There will also be a pre-symposium workshop on the afternoon of June 4th on distributed energy resource projects that build local resiliency,…
“By the end of 2017, a third or more of California’s investor-owned utility (IOU) customers will get electricity from alternative sources and/or providers and there will be 915,000 CCA customers. But that is just the beginning, according to a recent white paper from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The counties of San Diego (3.3 million) and Los…
SAVE THE DATE! Informal Public Workshop on California Customer Choice: An Evaluation of Regulatory Framework Options for an Evolving Electric Market Workshop Information: Date: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Time: 9am – 5pm Location: State Capitol, Room 4203; Sacramento, CA 95814 *Webcast information will be provided closer to the date of the workshop Additional information and detailed agenda…
The cities of Solana Beach and La Mesa are both weighing using a community choice aggregation (CCA) model to increase their jurisdictions’ use of renewable energy and lower their carbon footprints. Solana Beach’s consideration of strategies to cut greenhouse gas
In March of 2016, San Mateo County joined with 20 of its cities to found California’s fourth CCA (Community Choice Aggregate). Though the Peninsula Clean Energy Authority (PCEA) will continue to obtain electricity through PG&E’s existing power lines, it will also
Silicon Valley Clean Energy Board Approves to Start Operation 2017, Providing 100% Clean Energy at Lower Rates
Per Silicon Valley Clean Energy’s July 14th press release: The Silicon Valley Clean Energy Authority (SVCE), a partnership of 12 local governments, will bring its residents and businesses 100% carbon free electricity at lower costs when it begins operation in 2017. On July 13th, SVCE’s Board of Directors unanimously approved the plan.
RFP: Lancaster Choice Energy (City of Lancaster) Energy Efficiency Program and Business Plan Development
Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE) seeks a qualified consultant to support LCE’s development of an Energy Efficiency Business Plan for 2016. This support would include program design, budget creation, cost effective analysis, an application for funding under the ‘elect’
Mendocino County officials are hoping to educate the public about the potential of starting a local energy program in the future, known as a Community Choice Aggregation.
This week, the Del Mar City Council voted unanimously to adopt a plan that aims to cut the city’s greenhouse gas emissions in half in less than 20 years. Del Mar’s Climate Action Plan outlines how the city can combat climate change. It will
As shared by Lancaster Choice Energy, “Lancaster Choice Energy, the City of Lancaster’s very own locally-run clean energy power program, was recently awarded a $1.47 million dollar grant by the California Energy Commission. The grant serves as a way for
As reported by The Coast News Group, Solana Beach “moved one step closer to increasing its use of renewable energy after council members at the May 11 meeting took several actions in response to a Community Choice Aggregation, or CCA, technical analysis
Click here for a presentation by LEAN Energy on Community Choice Aggregation in California.
Click here for a fact sheet on community choice energy on Contra Costa County’s website.
As reported in The Almanac: Portola Valley’s Town Council is set to consider on May 25 a venture that would give every household a choice in electricity suppliers starting in April 2017, but from a baseline that would have every household receiving 100 percent of its
The Berkeley Energy Commission and the Office of Energy and Sustainable Development are hosting a free public workshop on Community Choice Energy on Saturday May 14,