“The Clean Power Alliance of Southern California, formerly Los Angeles Community Choice Energy, began providing energy for roughly 2,000 government-owned buildings earlier this year. It will begin distributing energy to around 30,000 non-residential customers in June in unincorporated Los Angeles County, South Pasadena and Rolling Hills Estates.
The “base rate product,” which assumes 36 percent renewables, will save customers about 3 percent on their bill, compared to Southern California Edison, the staff report for the April 5 meeting notes. Rates that include a 50 percent renewable product will save customers 2.5 percent to 3 percent, while going 100 percent renewable will result in a increase of 6 to 7 percent.”
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