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Apple Valley Adopts Plan to Become Electric Provider

APPLE VALLEY — The Town Council voted Tuesday to adopt the implementation plan for the Apple Valley Choice Energy Program, a move the leads the town a step closer to becoming residents’ default electricity provider. A summary of the Community Choice Aggregation program startup and phase-in process projects total revenues for the town of nearly […]

Hermosa Beach council discusses alternate energy providers

It was a debate that pitted the city’s aggressive carbon neutral goals against financial viability on Tuesday night, as the Hermosa Beach City Council considered whether to continue researching Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) as an alternative energy provider. CCA is a state-governed policy that allows municipalities to purchase alternative energy supplies such as solar, wind […]

Lancaster Choice Energy’s Smart Choice Option Certified by Center for Resource Solutions’ Green-e Energy Program

Lancaster Choice Energy’s Smart Choice Option Certified by Center for Resource Solutions’ Green-e Energy Program SAN FRANCISCO, CA (July 21, 2016)—Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) announced today that Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE)’s Smart Choice renewable power option is now certified by  Green-e Energy—North America’s leading independent certification program for renewable energy. LCE’s Smart Choice program, […]

World’s Largest Storage Battery Will Power Los Angeles

By 2021, electricity use in the west Los Angeles area may be in for a climate change-fighting evolution. For many years, the tradition has been that on midsummer afternoons, engineers will turn on what they call a “peaker,” a natural gas-burning power plant In Long Beach. It is needed to help the area’s other power […]

Anything but laid back: Los Angeles Community Choice on the move

Greetings from Los Angeles County where things are anything but laid back as we move quickly toward the launch of our LA County Community Choice Energy Program. Whether that program launches exclusively with the County’s unincorporated area and its 4,256,046 MWh of aggregated electrical power or it launches with the addition of any of the […]

What Rooftop Solar Looks Like in Watts

Here’s a short video from CityLab showing a unique solar installation training site on a rooftop in Los Angeles’s Watts neighborhood. Click the link below to watch the video. What Rooftop Solar Looks Like in Watts, CityLab, June 28, 2016.

Ener-Core Receives Purchase Order to Install Four EC-250 EcoStations at Toyon Canyon Landfill in Los Angeles

“Closed Landfill in Griffith Park to Generate 1 MW of Clean Power for 10 to 15 Years Using Ener-Core EcoStations.” Ener-Core Receives Purchase Order to Install Four EC-250 EcoStations at Toyon Canyon Landfill in Los Angeles, Business Wire, May 19, 2016.

Southern California Edison plugging into electric-vehicle charging market

Southern California Edison (SCE) is investing big in electric vehicle charging infrastructure. SCE has launched a pilot program to install 1,500 charging stations at workplaces and apartment complexes and has plans to expand this program in the future. “If all goes well, Edison hopes to expand the program by adding 30,000 charging stations at a total […]

Lancaster Receives Net Zero Grant

Lancaster Choice Energy received a $1.5 million grant from the California Energy Commission to become a net zero energy city and plans to apply for another $8 million grant to expand into phase 2 of their program in the future. Mayor Rex Parris and his city have been working towards this goal for a couple of […]