FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 28, 2019 Press Contact: Leora Broydo Vestel (415) 999-4757 | email@example.com New CalCCA Hires to Focus on Legislative, Strategic Initiatives Addition of MacNeil and Pappas Bolsters CalCCA’s Presence in Sacramento Concord, Calif. – The California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) is pleased to announce that Sean MacNeil and Nick Pappas have joined […]
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REDWOOD CITY, CA – January 23, 2019 – A Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) community grant program for local non-profits has enhanced outreach to low-income residents to help them save money on their energy bills. Acterra, El Concilio de San Mateo County, Pacifica Resource Center, Rebuilding Together Peninsula, and Sound of Hope Radio used their grants […]
New ‘Decarbonization Roadmap’ takes aim at emissions from transportation, buildings Highlights: Programs identified in SVCE’s new Decarbonization Roadmap focus on transportation and building electrification, power supply, customer engagement and innovation. Board approved $6.02 million in funding for programs over a two-year period. Building on GHG reductions of 21% since 2015 baseline, goal is to achieve […]
Seventy miles north of downtown Los Angeles, where the Mojave Desert gives way to the San Joaquin Valley, three newly built wind turbines stand atop a ridge overlooking State Route 58. Strong gusts emerge from the mountain pass below, making this an especially windy spot in one of the windiest parts of California. A few […]
CalCCA Q4 2018 Update
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 14, 2019 Press Contact: Leora Broydo Vestel (415) 999-4757 | firstname.lastname@example.org Concord, Calif. – With Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) facing billions of dollars in potential wildfire liabilities the investor-owned utility has announced it is on the verge of filing for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. […]
Until damages and liabilities from wildfires rose from mere hundreds of millions into the multi-billion-dollar range over the last 18 months, California’s big private utilities had no greater fear than the steady expansion of a phenomenon best known by the initials CCA. That’s short for Community Choice Aggregation, a means allowing electricity consumers in some […]
Just as Alameda County was launching a new, publicly owned electricity service offering greener electricity at lower prices than PG&E, state regulators put a big new obstacle in its path. A little-noticed decision in October by the California Public Utilities Commission will raise the monthly “exit fee” that customers of East Bay Community Energy and […]
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Less than a year after its launch, Monterey Bay Community Power is expanding outside the area. On Wednesday, the community power agency board unanimously approved the addition of the cities of San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay to its service area. The move, which still needs to be approved by the state Public Utilities Commission, […]
The California Community Choice Association’s mission is to create a legislative and regulatory environment that supports the development and long-term sustainability of locally-run Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) electricity providers to protect energy choice in California. We serve our members and strengthen our collective voice through education, technical guidance and regulatory and legislative advocacy.
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