It’s time for the Coachella of CCA, the Business of Local Energy Symposium, being held this year in Long Beach and South Bay Clean Power is proud to be a major part of the event on Friday, May 5.
Tonight, just before midnight, the Santa Monica City Council voted unanimously to continue exploring their CCA options with South Bay Clean Power (as well as LA County).
Dean Kubani was asked his opinion about the different CCA options available to the City. Dean is the Director of City of Santa Monica’s Office of Sustainability and the Environment. He oversees all of the City’s efforts related to water and energy efficiency, urban runoff, green building, hazardous materials and sustainability. Since 1994 Dean has directed the ongoing development, implementation and evaluation of the Santa Monica Sustainable City Program.
Council also unanimously adopted a resolution that establishes a platform of goals and objectives for negotiation and appoints one Council representative, one staff liaison and one staff alternate to formally participate in Community Choice Aggregation Joint Powers Authority negotiations.
We had a very good day at yesterday’s Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting with a little help from our friends:
Here’s Steve Wicke of Sierra Club Angeles Chapter’s comments in support of next steps CCA motion, 100% renewables and South Bay Clean Power:
Walker Foley of Food & Water Watch provided his organizations’ perspective and support: