On December 17th, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted to allow PG&E to increase rates on customers receiving energy through Community Choice Aggregation (CCAs). The increase of the Power Charge Indifference Amount (PCIA) was proposed in PG&E’s 2016 Electric Procurement Cost Revenue Requirement Forecast. Developments in analysis of the methodology for the PCIA, which will take…
The City Council of Humboldt County’s City of Arcata voted for Community Choice Aggregation this week. For more information, click here.
A Technical Study has been prepared for the Silicon Valley Community Choice Energy (SVCCE) Partnership for purposes of forming a Community Choice Energy (CCE) (more…)
December 3, 2015 – RENs Webinar Webinar RENs Impact Study ITRON Webinar RENs Value Study ODC PY2013–2014 Regional Energy Networks Value and Effectiveness Study Report draft and appendices are now available and in the public comment period, which (more…)
Read more on the Paradise Post website here.
San Mateo County has completed a feasibility study to help the County understand the potential benefits and liabilities associated with forming a Community Choice Aggregation (more…)
Earlier this week, San Luis Obispo County voted to participate in a study with Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties to determine the feasibility of pursuing community choice aggregation (CCA). For more information, click here.
Looking for more information on the significance of the recent passing of SB 350 and AB 802 to local government energy efficiency activities? Efficiency.org writer Matt Golden provides a great summary, “New California Laws are a Needed Paradigm Shift for Energy Efficiency.” Given the changes in how incentives are to be provided for energy efficiency,…
San Luis Obispo County Votes to Examine Alternative Energy Sources through CCA with Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties
San Luis Obispo County will work with Santa Barbara and Ventura counties as well as the city of San Luis Obispo to find ways to create more energy sources and possibly drive down electricity costs for ratepayers. San Luis Obispo County supervisors voted 3-2 Tuesday to explore the feasibility of creating a Community Choice Aggregation…
Humboldt County, Cities Vote through Redwood Coast Energy Authority (RCEA) to Move Forward Developing CCA Option
Read about the Redwood Coast Energy Authority (RCEA)’s recent vote to explore community choice aggregation (CCA) in the Times Standard here. You can learn more about RCEA’s CCA work on the RCEA website.
Marin Clean Energy is seeking a Community Power Organizer – Bilingual (English/Spanish). Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. The announcement is posted at www.mcecleanenergy/about-us/staff
During the June 9th EM&V Quarterly Stakeholder meeting, some participants expressed interest in accessing and potentially commenting on the Regional Energy Networks and Community Choice Aggregator Programs Impact Assessment Research Plan that was briefly presented upon. The Research Plan has been posted to the Public Documents Area of www.energydataweb.com. Due to the kick-off webinar be rescheduled…
Los Angeles County will conduct a study to assess the costs, benefits and risks of developing a Community Choice Aggregation program; learn more from Fourth District (more…)
The Marin Sustainability Tracker is a new and easy-to-use online tool that shares progress made throughout Marin County on different community goals – including community- and household-level energy use, deployment of solar photovoltaics (PV) and other green energy, deployment of LED streetlights, and participation in energy efficiency and sustainability programs such as PACE programs and…
The City of Watsonville in Santa Cruz County made an innovative move earlier this week, and adopted both its new Climate Action Plan (CAP), and a Carbon Fund Ordinance to (more…)