Community choice energy drives renewable growth in California


“There are currently nine active CCAs in California with another dozen in the works, but the number could rise as high as eighty, according to state officials.

Most are motivated by a desire to go green faster than state policy dictates.  Current state law requires utilities to reach 33% renewables by 2020 and 50% by 2035, but currently active CCAs already exceed those targets.  Silicon Valley Clean Energy, serving towns like Cupertino and Mountain View – home of Apple and Google – is the first to be 100% renewable.”

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