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Environmental update: Sustainability programs to keep an eye on

Community Choice Energy and other sustainability programs going on in Davis, CA. “Community Choice Energy: City Council voted unanimously in March 2016 to establish a CCE program to provide local utility control. PG&E will continue to deliver electricity through its infrastructure and handle all billing and collections. “Based on the modeling by our consultants, the benefits of […]

Per Capita Davis: Let the sun shine on our solar panels

“The city, in conjunction with the county, recently voted to form a Community Choice Energy program that permits the city/county to decide the source of electricity consumed by residents and businesses. Assuming an initial mix of about 50 percent from renewables, every ratepayer — whether an owner or renter, whether we have solar on our […]

Will ‘Independence’ from PG&E Bring Cleaner and Cheaper Electricity?

The County of Yolo and its largest city, Davis, California are working through the initial phases of creating a Community Choice Energy (CCE) program. They will have a joint powers agreement (JPA) ready in the fall, and will potentially launch service as early as May or June of 2017. Davis city staff are working out […]

Editorial: Valley Communities Take Note, Davis Charts Its Own Energy Path

The City of Davis and Yolo County have both voted to take steps towards creating a Community Choice Aggregation program. This program would give residents the choice of cleaner energy sources at lower prices, beginning in less than two years. “The goal is lofty: to provide more renewable energy, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and give […]