Climate Change is real, the federal government isn't taking action, but cities can! We need to keep fossil fuels in the ground and vote for clean energy! Want your home or business to run on 100% clean energy? Your elected officials must first vote to allow a not-for-profit electricity provider that will then give all PG&E customers an alternative choice of having their electricity supplied from clean, renewable source! Please attend the March 28th Board of Supervisors meeting.
Community Choice Energy (CCE), also referred to as Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), is the practice of pooling consumer electricity demand within a region for the purpose of procuring energy and selling it to customers. The existing energy utility (PG&E) remains responsible for transmission, distribution, and billing. The most common reason for jurisdictions to pursue CCA is to promote electricity generation from renewable energy sources and offer consumers a choice in purchasing electricity with potential opportunities for cost savings.
Contra Costa County and cities within the County are in the process of exploring the potential of establishing Community Choice Energy in Contra Costa County. The County and a group of 14 cities have partnered to commission a Technical Study of CCE in Contra Costa County. The study is now complete and the report is available at the link below.
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