Los Angeles Times
AB 1814: A quarter of Californians now get their electricity from community choice aggregators, or CCAs — local governments that have banded together to buy power for their residents. But unlike monopoly utility companies, CCAs can’t apply for certain state funds to help clean up the transportation sector, such as money to build electric vehicle chargers. This bill would change that.
- Author: Tim Grayson (D-Concord)
- Status: Referred to Utilities and Energy Committee
- Sponsor: California Community Choice Assn.