Solana Beach, La Mesa Consider Increasing Renewable Energy through CCA Model


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 emissions – and its consideration of CCA – is covered in this August 10th article from EENews. Coverage of La Mesa’s consideration and climate action planning is available in this August 9th story from the San Diego Union Tribune. For more on CCAs in California, click here.

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