LA County CCA Task Force Meeting Features South Bay Clean Power

At the third Los Angeles County Community Choice Aggregation Task Force meeting held in the City of Monrovia on Wednesday, February 24, reports from the County’s CCA consultants were featured – as well as a report from Joe Galliani, Chair of South Bay Clean Power and SBCP’s economic and workforce development partner,  Los Angeles NECA Chapter Manager, Jim Willson.

Here’s what Howard Choy, General Manager, Los Angeles County Office of Sustainability, had to say in his introduction to the South Bay Clean Power presentation:

I want to add that we appreciate the work South Bay Clean Power is doing and what I would like to see is the cities, the COGs, organize themselves similarly to start generating interest and venues where we can then come and start providing more information about the County’s CCA efforts.

Here’s a video recording of the entire two hour County Task Force meeting including all presentations via the Go-to Meeting capture:


Thank You Supervisors Don Knabe & Sheila Kuehl!

When our friends in Supervisor Don Knabe’s and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s office saw that the County was to receive $21,700, 000 from the CPUC for County energy efficiency programs with no mention of the County’s new Community Choice Aggregation program, they quickly added an amendment to correct that…


Here’s Supervisor Don Knabe reading the amendment he and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl added on the Feb 16, 2016 agenda directing staff to look at the potential for using the $21.7 million in energy efficiency funding for the new LA County CCA

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