What is CCA?

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a system adopted into law in Rhode Island (1996), Massachusetts (1997), Ohio (1999), California (2002), New Jersey (2003), Illinois (2009), and New York (2014) that enables municipalities to source energy on behalf of their residents and businesses, aggregating the buying power of individual customers withing a defined jurisdiction.

 

Benefits

  • Price stability.  No monthly price fluctuations
  • Choice. Local authority designates the default energy supplier(s) and mix of renewable vs. basic energy supply
  • Low rates. Solicit competitive bids from energy suppliers; gain power with collective negotiation