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CCA BY STATE

Eight states – California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island and Virginia – have enacted Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) legislation that empowers local governments to aggregate the electricity loads of residents, businesses, and/or municipal facilities.

CCA programs reflect the values of their governing boards, the communities they serve, and the states in which they operate.  Most emphasize reducing the cost of electricity.  Some also focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, establishing new revenue streams to support local energy programs, or creating local jobs, and some are designed to accomplish several of these goals simultaneously.

CCA Legislation in 8 States

STATE LINKS

Click on the name of a State to learn more about its Community Choice program.

California

Illinois

Massachusetts

New Jersey

New York

Ohio

Rhode Island

Virginia

OTHER HELPFUL LINKS

U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Profiles and Energy Estimates

What is CCA? (US Environmental Protection Agency)

DSIRE  (DSIRE is the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the US. It is operated by North Carolina State University and is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.)

Freeing the Grid 2015” (An annual report from the Interstate Renewable Energy Council that rates all fifty states on two key clean energy policies: net metering and interconnection standards.)