By Jerry Sanders Eighteen years ago, California was faced with rolling blackouts and a major energy crisis. It may not seem like it, but another
The California Public Utilities Commission giveth, but the same benighted agency much more often taketh away. At least from consumers. In December, this five-member commission
SOLANA BEACH — Council members at the Nov. 15 meeting voted 4-1 to adopt an ordinance establishing community choice aggregation and approving the implementation plan
Solana Beach is again in the forefront of environmental sustainability, becoming the 14th CCA in the state.
The city’s outreach efforts to explain community choice aggregation, or CCA, is underway.
The county’s second smallest city is poised to become its first to launch community choice aggregation, or CCA.
With a not-to-exceed contract on the verge of being exceeded, council members at the April 12 meeting continued an agreement with the law firm that
Major stakeholders and advocates of community choice energy will be on hand March 10 for a day long forum in Rancho Bernardo on the topic,
Council members took another step toward the possible formation of a Community Choice Aggregation program, voting 4-1, with Ginger Marshall opposed, at the Nov. 16
Del Mar started the process to possibly bring Community Choice Aggregation, or CCA,