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California Sets New Rules for Community Choice Aggregators

Community choice aggregators, or CCAs, have become a force that cannot be ignored. In California, CCAs are cities or counties that have taken over key aspects of their own electricity and natural gas procurement, distribution and sales from one of the state’s three big investor-owned utilities. From a slow start in 2010, the ranks of CCAs have grown to include eight operational entities with more than a dozen more being formed or expanded at present, representing 1.
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