California Energy Markets April 5, 2019 Community choice aggregator representatives mounted a vigorous defense of their procurement planning activities and commitment to state clean-energy goals at an April 4 all-party meeting at the California Public Utilities Commission, after the agency issued a proposal that criticized the quality of their integrated resource plans. Read more here: […]
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The Redwood Coast Energy Authority’s (RCEA) Board of Directors approved two proposals at their March 28 meeting to advance the goals of Humboldt County’s Community Choice Energy program. The first was a resolution targeting a 100% clean and renewable electricity mix for RCEA’s community choice energy program by 2025. The City of Eureka, the City […]
In what started as an effort to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions, Sonoma Clean Power has helped incentivize 1,258 electric vehicles for our customers over the past 3 years. During each iteration of the Drive EV program, SCP customers were eligible to receive a combination of incentives, dealer discounts, and manufacturer discounts of up to […]
‘No silver bullet.’ Can Calif. save its utilities? E & E News California’s top lawmakers are weighing major changes to how the state deals with catastrophic wildfires, including overhauling rules for the troubled utilities tied to those deadly blazes. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and legislative leaders are assessing options that include breaking up Pacific Gas […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 2, 2019 Press Contact: Leora Broydo Vestel (415) 999-4757 | firstname.lastname@example.org Community Choice Electricity Providers Launch Bright Energy Future Campaign, Highlighting Principles for Stronger, Greener, More Reliable Electric System Concord, Calif. – The California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) announced the launch today of the Bright Energy Future CA campaign, a statewide […]
Small Commercial Direct Install Program Offers Free Energy Efficiency Assessment, Equipment Upgrades, and Installation for Qualifying Businesses Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE) is now offering Lancaster businesses free, simple ways to save on electricity costs through its new Small Commercial Direct Install Program. The program provides free energy efficiency assessments and upgrades to qualifying small business […]
In the early 2000s the Central Valley was a pioneer in evaluating a then obscure California policy known as Community Choice Aggregation, more commonly known as Community Choice Energy. The San Joaquin Valley Power Authority weathered technical, legal, and marketing efforts from PG&E, and was ultimately overcome by the economic calamity of 2008. In its […]
In partnership with GRID Alternatives, Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) today announced the launch of Project Sunshine, a solar incentive program dedicated to assisting affordable housing residents by providing no-cost solar for families with limited or fixed incomes. By utilizing solar energy, Project Sunshine participants can also look forward to saving up to 90% on […]
Last year, SCE proposed a suite of community oriented solar programs to address some of the other programs’ pitfalls. Customers with Sacramento Municipal Utility District can already participate in a separate community solar program. Local organizations that procure power for residents, the community-choice aggregators (CCAs), are also developing their own initiatives. Guzman Aceves said the […]
The Clean Power Alliance, Southern California’s new locally-operated clean energy provider will be enrolling commercial customers across 28 additional communities (27 cities and unincorporated Ventura County) in May 2019. Business customers in these areas will receive clean energy purchased by Clean Power Alliance that has higher renewable content and is competitively-priced with Southern California Edison […]
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