On Tuesday, Sept. 15, Stockton’s City Council unanimously approved a resolution selecting a consultant to complete a feasibility study on launching a Community Choice Energy program in Stockton. Enabled by state law, the program would allow the City to procure power on behalf of residents, businesses, and municipal accounts while still receiving transmission and distribution […]
About Davis Harper
Davis has a background in journalism, with experience on the environment and local government beats. In his work with Rise Stockton – a coalition of nonprofits and the City of Stockton – Davis served as the technical writer for the Sustainable Neighborhood Plan, a framework for shifting to sustainable development practices in Stockton, with an emphasis on planning in historically lower-income communities. Davis has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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The City of Stockton is one step closer to establishing a Community Choice Energy agency (CCA), which would give local residents and businesses an alternative choice in their electricity provider. A Request for Proposal (RFP) for a CCA feasibility study was posted on the City’s website in May. That study will evaluate whether local control […]
Things to consider as Fresno and Stockton assess the feasibility of community choice energy The capacity of local governments to protect their residents and businesses in times of crisis is being tested all over California. Elected officials are now tasked with addressing each rippling impact COVID-19 is having on their communities. Beyond the public health […]
Advancing Community Choice Energy one conversation at a time My name is Davis Harper, and I am a writer, organizer, and advocate for the sustainable practices necessary to protect the planet’s most vulnerable communities. I’m very excited to be the newest member of The Climate Center team as the Community Outreach Specialist for Stockton and […]