April 16, 2024

California Community Choice Association (CalCCA)

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Western Pathways Initiative Sets Budget, Seeks Funders
Backers of an effort to create the framework for an independent Western RTO know how much money they’ll need to get things off the ground, and they’re seeking funders.
Westside Governance Pathways Initiative
Western RTO Initiative Outlines Governance Options
The group working to establish a single Western RTO heard summaries of five potential options for a new governing body that could be independent of CAISO.
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Stakeholders Call for Structural Changes to CAISO’s Resource Adequacy Program

CAISO and its stakeholders are still in the early stages of grappling with how to redesign the ISO’s resource adequacy program to account for rapidly changing conditions on the grid.

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Mixed Views on CAISO Interconnection Process Proposal

CAISO stakeholders have voiced various concerns about an ISO straw proposal to revamp its interconnection process, with some cautioning about an overly rapid timeline.

CCAs Challenge California PUC on RA Ruling
CalCCA is asking California regulators to reconsider a decision that blocks CCAs from expanding if they have had resource adequacy deficiencies in the past two years.
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FERC Approves PG&E’s Proposal to Spin off Generation
FERC approves Pacific Gas and Electric’s transaction to spin off its non-nuclear generation — more than 5,000 MW — to new subsidiary Pacific Generation.
California CCAs Add 1.4 GW to Clean Energy Portfolios in 2021
The state's community choice aggregators expanded their long-term procurement of clean energy by 14%, including the addition of 119 MW of long-duration storage.
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Webinar Explores EV Charging for Multi-unit Housing
Panelists on the CalCCA webinar shared advice on how to keep EV charger costs low and access high for apartment dwellers.
CCAs Team Up to Buy Clean Energy, Storage Capacity
Eight of California’s community choice aggregators said they will join forces to create one of the state’s largest procurement entities.
CalCCA Seeks ‘Objective’ Review of Blackout Report
CalCCA called on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to appoint an independent panel to review a pending report on the causes of the Aug. 14-15 rolling blackouts.

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