The conversion of raw energy into electricity is perhaps the defining human development of the past 130 years, enabling communications, mass production, and the heat and light we often take for granted.

LEAN is committed to the accelerated expansion and competitive success of CCAs.

LEAN Energy US (Local Energy Aggregation Network) is a non-profit, membership organization dedicated to the accelerated expansion and…
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What is Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)?

Aggre-what? We know—it’s a terrible name for a relatively simple concept called group purchasing: in this case, electricity.
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Six states – California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, and Rhode Island – have CCA legislation enabling local governments to aggregate the electricity loads of residents, businesses, and municipal facilities.
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CCA In The News


  • San Francisco Public Utilities Commission approved the not-to-exceed rates for CleanPowerSF, moving the City’s local renewable-energy program one step closer to launch. READ MORE
  • City of Davis explores possible membership to Marin Clean Energy. READ MORE
  • Santa Barbara County Supervisors debate CCA program. READ MORE
  • San Diego focuses on Community Choice Aggregation to achieve their 100% clean power goals. READ MORE


  • Danville establishes a new 3-year electric supply agreement for its electric aggregation program offering residents and small commercial customers protection against volatile electric prices and uncertain future electric cost increases. READ MORE
  • Northfield extends electric aggregation pact one year. READ MORE


  • Westborough moving forward on crafting and launching an aggregation program READ MORE
  • Swampscott Takes Steps Toward energy aggregation. “Energy aggregation” is a fancy way to say bulk electricity that could save you money. READ MORE
  • Western Massachusetts demonstrating how CCA, aka Municipal Aggregation, works in concert with other innovative sustainability programs and local clean power projects. READ MORE
  • Spiking energy prices drive interest in competitive power in Massachusetts. READ MORE

New York:

  • Westchester communities signing onto new energy plan. READ MORE
  • The New York State Public Service Commission has recently approved the implementation of the very first Community Choice Aggregation pilot program in New York, described by the PSC as a “cutting edge initiative…” READ MORE


  • Pennsylvania State Representative Harry Readshaw has introduced House Bill 778 to allow municipal electricity aggregation in Pennsylvania. READ MORE


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