“CCAs differ from other load serving entities because we don’t just care about getting contracts signed. We really do care about the impact of the projects and want to select projects that our communities are going to be proud of.”
– Natasha Keefer, Director of Power Planning & Procurement, Clean Power Alliance
CCAs are making good on their commitments to invest in new renewable energy facilities throughout California. To date, CCAs have contracted for more than 3,600 megawatts (MW) of new clean generation capacity through long-term power purchase agreements with terms of 10 years or more. See map below for project locations.
CCAs: Putting Renewable Energy on the Map in California
Community Choice Aggregation in California
CCA: Power in Numbers