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.
What is Community Choice Aggretation (CCA)?
Community Choice Aggregation allows local governments and some special districts to pool (or aggregate) their electricity load in order to purchase and/or develop power on behalf of their residents, businesses, and municipal accounts.
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CCA By State
Seven states – California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, New York and Rhode Island – have CCA legislation enabling local governments to aggregate the electricity loads of residents, businesses, and municipal facilities.
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LEAN is committed to the accelerated expansion and competitive success of CCAs.
CCA is delivering immediate and significant progress on previously intractable energy challenges.
That is why supporting LEAN’s work towards the success and expansion of clean energy
aggregation matters so much.
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Oregon Considers CCAs
Oregon Senate Bill 978 ignited a dialogue on how Oregonians can better manage their energy future. Community Choice Aggregation (CCAs) surfaced as a compelling potential option since it enables citizens to assume collective control of their sources of electricity. CCAs around the country are reducing energy bills and power plant emissions while simultaneously increasing local economic development.