Butte County Supervisors are exploring Community Choice Aggregation as an alternative to their incumbent utility, PG&E .
“Staff have been following nine communities in different stages of CCA formation. In Yolo County, there has been an 8.7 percent cost saving over PG&E, she said. McCarthy recommended the board give the go-ahead to have a technical study conducted, which would nail down the cost, potential risk and structure.”
Butte Supervisors OK Preliminary Budget, Look into New Radio System, Selling Energy, by Risa Johnson, Oroville Mercury Register, June 14, 2016.