San José Explores Community Renewable Energy Program
“Community Choice Aggregation” subject of March 15 informational meeting at San José City Hall
For Immediate Release
March 10, 2017
Jennie Loft, Public Information Manager
Phone: (408) 535-8554
San José Explores Community Renewable Energy
“Community Choice Aggregation” subject of
March 15 informational meeting at San José City Hall
The City of San José is exploring a community choice aggregation (CCA) program. Called San José Clean Energy, it is a local program that buys and generates renewable energy for San José residents and businesses.
Wednesday, March 15, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
San José City Hall, Council Chambers
Validated public parking available in City Hall garage, entry on South 6th Street between East Santa Clara and East San Fernando streets.
Community Choice Aggregation allows cities, counties, and special districts to pool (or aggregate) their electricity load to purchase and/or develop renewable power on behalf of their residents and businesses. For more information about San José Clean Energy, visit www.sjenvironment.org/sjce
About San José Environmental Services Department
San José, Capital of Silicon Valley, is the largest city in Northern California and the tenth largest city in the nation. The San José Environmental Services Department (ESD) manages garbage and recycling services; watershed protection and pollution prevention; municipal drinking water and recycled water; sustainability initiatives; and the operation and infrastructure improvements of the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility. ESD's mission is to deliver world class utility services and programs to improve our health, environment, and economy.