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It’s hardly a secret that California dominates solar deployment. Not only was the state a pioneer in solar policy and put some of the nation’s first large-scale solar plants online starting in the late 1980s, but it has kept relatively steady policy support while other states have gone back and forth on their commitments. This […]
It’s not often that a city transit authority gets to look cool and cutting-edge. But sometime next month, the Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) — a public bus operator that serves a region north of Los Angeles at the bottom tip of the Mojave Desert — will pass a pretty awesome tech and environmental milestone: its electric transit […]
PALMDALE — Palmdale’s road to providing electricity to its residents by forming a Community Choice Aggregation program was further paved Tuesday as the City Council approved a number of measures intended to lay the foundation for the entity that officials hope will mean lower energy bills for residents. The council on March 19 decided to […]
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – Beginning May 1, 2019, Santa Monica businesses will begin receiving 100 percent green power. The City of Santa Monica through Clean Power Alliance introduced Santa Monica residents to green power in February 2019. Through the change, electricity delivery and billing will remain with Southern California Edison (SCE), but business customers will […]
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 2, 2019–A broad coalition of business, environmental and civic leaders today called on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to increase and accelerate its goals for generating local renewable energy, urging the utility to immediately expand a successful pilot program allowing hundreds of building owners to install rooftop solar panels […]
Established in 2017, Clean Power Alliance (CPA) has quickly become the largest CCA in the nation. CPA currently serves over 900,000 homes and roughly 3.5 million people through Southern California. Beginning in May 2019, CPA will also provide clean energy to approximately 130,000 businesses as well. As a Community Choice Aggregator (CCA), Clean Power Alliance […]
Southern California has embraced solar perhaps more than anywhere else this side of Germany. The results have been dramatic; while California got around 14% from its power from solar in 2018, according to utility renewable portfolio standard filings the portion is even higher in Southern California, All of this solar is exacerbating the duck curve, […]
Irvine is considering switching from Southern California Edison to a greener source of power for its residents, ideally at a lower cost. Edison still would deliver the energy and bill its Irvine customers. In September, the Irvine City Council commissioned a feasibility study on this approach, called Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) or Community Choice Energy, […]
PALMDALE — The City Council will decide tonight whether to proceed with forming a Community Choice Aggregation program, in the hopes that the program may give it the ability to provide electricity to residents at lower rates by negotiating power purchases directly with energy producers, instead of Southern California Edison. The meeting begins at 7 […]
Members of the South Orange County Community Choice Alliance, along with Surfrider Foundation, hosted an informational meeting about community choice energy (CCE) on Thursday, March 7, at the Dana Point Tennis Club. The movement has gained momentum in the past few years throughout the state of California, which is to provide options to residents about […]