Two CCAs Ink Seven Power Contracts

California Energy Markets

Central Coast Community Energy and Silicon Valley Clean Energy continue working jointly on procurement, the latest agreements of which are seven long-term power-purchase contracts for a total of 778 MW of renewable energy and 118.75 MW of storage for the community choice aggregators.

“CCCE and SVCE’s joint procurement of 778 MW of clean electricity and 118.75 MW of storage, the majority of which is new capacity, exemplifies the value CCAs are providing as they spur the creation of green jobs and economic growth throughout California,” Beth Vaughan, executive director of the California Community Choice Association, said in a news release. “Leveraging partnerships will continue to be a crucial piece of the clean energy transition as we look to increase grid resilience and reliability.”

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