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 (more…)
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, (more…)
As shared May 3rd by MBCP: “Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP), a regional project among local government agencies to provide electricity to residents and (more…)
Peninsula Clean Energy encourages interested stakeholders to join them on Thursday, May 5th at 7 p.m. for the inaugural meeting of the Peninsula Clean Energy Citizens (more…)
Monterey Bay Community Power’s next public CCA Project Development Advisory Committee (PDAC) meeting will be: Date: Thursday, May 12, 2016 (more…)
The renewable energy program CleanPowerSF, run by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) using a community choice aggregation (CCA) model, began (more…)
Alameda County shared an update on their planning and consideration of a community choice aggregation (CCA) program at their April 6th County Steering Committee Meeting. View the meeting presentation and timeline here. More background on the County’s CCA planning process is available on their CCA webpage here.
MCE is hiring for a Legal Counsel! See the position description below: About the Position: The MCE Legal Counsel works under direction from the General Counsel and has responsibility for a wide (more…)
This article shares how San Diego is exploring Consumer Choice Aggregation (CCA) as part of its Climate Action Plan.
A memo on benefits, risks, and costs of Consumer Choice Aggregation is available on the Santa Cruz County Business Council website.
MCE has been fielding so many questions about Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) that they’ve compiled a number of resources on their website: if you have questions about (more…)
The City of San Diego is looking for an Energy Program Coordinator! Description of San Diego’s Environmental Services Department, and a short description of the position, is copied below. For more on the position and to (more…)
Lake County issued an RFP for community choice aggregation services earlier this year, and shares that they have received four proposals, which they are reviewing. Learn more at Lake County News here.
This month, the City of Davis and Yolo County have formed a Joint Power Authority with the goal of purchasing clean and local energy for a new Community Choice Energy program. For more information on the program, click here.