CalCCA Statement on the Advancement of Community Choice Aggregation in San Diego
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 25, 2018
Press Contact: Leora Broydo Vestel
(415) 999-4757 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Concord, Calif. – The California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) has issued the following statement by Executive Director Beth Vaughan in response to the City of San Diego’s announcement that it is moving forward with community choice aggregation (CCA):
“The California Community Choice Association welcomes San Diego’s selection of community choice aggregation as the preferred pathway to reach the city’s 100 percent renewable energy goal. The association appreciates San Diego’s careful consideration of CCA as a means to address climate change, provide residents and businesses with a choice of energy providers, and reduce costs for ratepayers. There are 19 CCA programs operating successfully throughout California and we look forward to more communities joining this exciting movement.”
About CalCCA: The California Community Choice Association supports the development and long-term sustainability of locally-run Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) electricity providers in California. CalCCA is the authoritative, unified voice of local CCAs, offering expertise on local energy issues while promoting fair competition, consumer choice and cost allocation and recognizing the social and economic benefits of localized energy authorities. There are currently 19 operational CCA programs in California serving an estimated 8 million customers in 2018.
For more information about CalCCA, visit www.cal-cca.org.