Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a model that allows for communities to join together to purchase electricity on behalf of their community members. Community choice programs are administered by local governments with a mission to provide competitive alternatives to investor-owned utility sources. CalCCA member programs have a track record of delivering savings on customers’ electric bills while providing clean power to the grid.
CalCCA represents the interests of California’s community choice electricity providers in the legislature and at state regulatory agencies, including the California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission and California Air Resources Board. CalCCA’s voting membership is comprised of operating CCA programs in California that are serving load or about to launch (implementation plan has been submitted and CEO appointed). Local governments interested in community choice may join as affiliate members.