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July 20, 2024

community choice aggregation (CCA)

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Massachusetts Overhauls Municipal Aggregation Approval Process
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities has expedited the state’s review process for municipal aggregation plans.
Green Energy Consumers Alliance
Green Municipal Aggregation Cuts Costs and Emissions in Mass., Study Says
The slow rate of approvals of new municipal aggregations at the state’s Department of Public Utilities has limited the reach of these programs, the researchers said.
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Mass. DPU Moves to Streamline Municipal Aggregation
New simplified process and rules will accelerate the Massachusetts DPU's review of municipal aggregation plans and enhance consumer protections.
CalCCA
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.
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Community Choice Aggregation Benefits in Mass. Quantified
A new study finds that community choice energy aggregation programs have resulted in cost savings for. many Massachusetts residents.
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NY Changes Community Choice Aggregation Rules
The New York State Public Service Commission ordered changes to improve and standardize the community choice aggregation program.
CalCCA
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.
NYISO
New York Proposes Opt-out CDG Program
New York state officials issued a straw proposal for integrating community distributed generation into community choice aggregation on an opt-out basis.
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California Utilities Show Mixed Results on RPS Goals
The California Public Utilities Commission said that large utilities are meeting renewable mandates but smaller utilities and CCAs need to catch up.
Gov. Phil Murphy
NJ’s Murphy Expected to Stay the Course on Clean Energy Policies
Gov. Phil Murphy’s narrow margin of victory in New Jersey's gubernatorial election is not expected to affect his sweeping clean energy initiatives.

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