The Community Choice Energy Working Group of the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition advocates for the establishment of an Alameda County Community Choice program, in which the City of Berkeley would participate.
What is Community Choice Energy?
Alameda County is currently in the process of conducting a feasibility study — the first step towards creating a viable program. Community Choice programs in California are already serving residents in Sonoma County, Marin County, unincorporated Napa County and the cities of Lancaster, Benicia, El Cerrito, Richmond and San Pablo. From northern to southern California, Community Choice campaigns are underway in over 15 communities including San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and San Diego, among others.
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To learn more about how a Community Choice Energy program could work in Alameda County, check out “East Bay Community Choice Energy: from Concept to Implementation”.
To learn more about other Community Choice programs and campaigns in California, visit Local Energy Aggregation Network (LEAN).
To learn more about Alameda County’s Community Choice program, visit their website.