Community Choice Energy

This Working Group advocates for the establishment of a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program in the City of Berkeley and across the East Bay. Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) allows local governments to pool, or aggregate, the electric load of their residents, businesses and institutions in order to purchase electricity on their behalf. This energy can be derived from renewable resources like wind and solar power. Through educational materials, community forums, and meetings with stakeholders, including residents and policymakers, the Working Group aims to showcase the benefits – environmental, economic, and social – of establishing a CCA program.

“East Bay Community Choice Energy: from concept to implementation”
A study prepared by the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition, Community Choice Working Group, in collaboration with the Oakland Climate Action Coalition, Clean Energy & Jobs Oakland Campaign, to educate policymakers and other stakeholders about the potential for a Community Choice Energy program in the East Bay.
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