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Community Choice Energy and Climate Action plans in effect in northern San Diego County. This article gives a broad view of what is happening now, and in store for the future in the San Diego area. “Recently the City of Encinitas has begun organizing a North County working group, including the five coastal cities and […]
“By next month, San Diego Gas & Electric could begin lobbying and marketing for or against the city of San Diego’s plan to create alternative energy programs called ‘community choice aggregation’ and similar plans by other cities in the county.” SDG&E Gets OK To Market On Alternative Energy Program, by Claire Trageser, KPBS, June 16, 2016.
The City of Del Mar considers adopting a Climate Action Plan to outline their efforts to cut their carbon emissions in half, and reach a goal of using 100 percent clean energy. “Del Mar specifies in its plan that one option to fulfill its goals would be to join a Community Choice Energy plan (also called […]
The city of Solana Beach, CA is in the early stages of creating a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program to provide a clean power alternative to San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). Residents and business owners of Solana Beach, and possibly neighboring communities, could enjoy lower energy rates and choose between varying tiers of renewable […]
“For more than a century, investor-owned utilities have chosen how much electricity to tap from one source or another — coal, natural gas, uranium, hydro power, wind, solar and so on. But during the past decade, a handful of municipalities have wrenched away the decision-making by forming nonprofit entities that direct those utilities on how […]