Delivering on a promise to invest in new renewable energy projects, CleanPowerSF has signed several multi-year deals to build new wind and solar projects that will create more than 600 new jobs and ensure a clean, safe and reliable renewable power supply to customers over the next several decades. Read more here: CleanPowerSF delivers on promise to invest […]
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California’s regulators see a disruption coming that may not be exactly like the 2000-2001 energy crisis, but could have bigger, wider impacts. The customer choice movement has added dozens of new power providers into the mix. Their inexperience and uncertain place in the regulatory scheme threatens the ability of regulators and policymakers to keep the […]
CalCCA Press Statement on the CPUC’s Draft Green Book
The customer choice movement in California is about to take a giant step, but it has two starkly different choices regarding which direction to go. The movement is driven by the promises of more locally developed renewables and lower rates than investor-owned utilities (IOUs) can deliver. But California’s Customer Choice Aggregations (CCAs) can only deliver […]
SAN DIEGO — Seeking control over the way their electricity was generated and paid for, Cape Cod residents banded together two decades ago to bypass the local utility and buy power in bulk. Driven in part by local mandates to shift to green-energy sources, the movement has gained momentum across the country, allowing customers to […]
CalCCA and The Greenlining Institute co-hosted the first CCA Supplier Diversity Symposium to review progress, commitments, and initiatives made to support public-private partnerships in the energy sector with women, minority, disabled veteran, and LGBTQ-owned businesses in January 2018. Video here
CalCCA Quarterly Update April 2018
The investor owned utilities (IOUs) claim that customers no longer being served by a utility aren’t paying their fair share o the cost for energy purcashed on their behalf and as a result remaining utility customers are paying more. Data finally accessible through the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) proceeding reveals the opposite may be […]
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