The Power & Potential of Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)
Four speakers to present
Dr. Jeff Corbin,
Professor of Biology, Union College
Solarize Albany Director and Albany County Legislator, District #33
Executive Committee, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter and Hudson-Mohawk Group
Energy Subcommittee, Albany City Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC)
Making a rapid transition to renewable electricity is one of the most critical acts we can take to “decarbonize” our atmosphere. Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), approved for NY State in 2016 by the Public Service Commission, may be the way to make this happen quickly in an entire municipality, with people paying less than they are now for their default electricity supply.
When a local government agrees to join a CCA, by default all customers in the community will purchase their electricity through the CCA unless they opt out. Multiple governments join together in the CCA. The large volume of customers enables the CCA to obtain lower prices while promoting renewable energy. Together we are envisioning a Capital District CCA that would promote clean renewable energy, including locally generated energy and jobs, while still saving residents and businesses money. Learn about the power and potential of CCA for the Capital Region.
At the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY (people with cars can park in the lot near the door). All-you-can-eat lasagna dinner, with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, salad, garlic bread and delicious desserts. Only $12 for adults, $6 for students, and $2 for children. People who make reservations are served first. For reservations, please leave a message for Rezsin Adams at 462-0891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
at Westminster Presbyterian Church
85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY
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Mark Your Calendars!
Next Lasagna Dinners in 2018:
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
For reservations, please email