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Community choice aggregation: A brief introduction

Under community choice aggretation, local governments take over the job of buying electricity for their residents. In her editorial piece, Johanna Bozuwa, co-manager of the Climate and Energy Program at the Democracy Collaborative (a research institution focused on economic inequality), wrote that Californians are growing more skeptical that private power company PG&E will be able to provide reliable power as climate change makes fire seasons more extreme.

Publication date: 2019-12-09
Parent publication: Yale Climate Connections
Publication URL: https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/2019/12/community-choice-aggregation-a-brief-introduction/

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