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Dayton Ending Opt-Out Municipal Electric Aggregation Program
The City of Dayton, Ohio is ending its opt-out municipal electric aggregation program,, the Dayton Daily News reports IGS Energy had been supplying c...
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New York PSC Approves Utility Energy Data Registry For Use By Municipal Aggregations, Other Parties
The New York PSC adopted an order directing the creation of the Utility Energy Registry, an on-line platform offering public access to customer-load d...
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Calif. Draft Would Adopt Fees, Security Levels For Municipal Aggregations
A proposed California PUC decision would establish security requirements for community choice aggregations, including determining a per-customer fee u...
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Illinois Bill Would Ban POR, UCB For Retail Suppliers, Except For Muni Aggregation Customers
An Illinois bill (HB5101) backed by the Citizens Utility Board and AARP would restrict the offering of utility consolidated billing, purchase of recei...
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Cleveland To Join NOPEC Electric Aggregation
The City Council of Cleveland, Ohio has approved joining NOPEC for its electricity municipal aggregation, for customers not served by Cleveland Public...
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NY Issues Written Order On Allowing Opt-Out Community Solar In Muni Aggregation; ESCO APPs
The New York PSC has issued written orders on several cases voted on at the PSC's session last week. The PSC issued a written order concerning ...
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Calif. Now Requires One-Year Advance Notice For CCAs To Begin Service, 10 Grandfathered
The California PUC has adopted a final resolution altering the timeline for implementation of community choice aggregations (CCAs) such that CCAs will...
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Municipal Aggregation Selects New Retail Supplier
The Town of Chelmsford, MA has executed a new electricity contract with Public Power, a unit of Crius Energy, for its opt-out municipal aggregation T...
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Bloomberg Covers Growth Of Opt-Out Municipal Aggregations
Bloomberg has published a story on the growth of opt-out municipal electric aggregations, with a focus on community choice aggregation in California ...
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One Of New Jersey’s First Opt-Out Municipal Aggregations Returning Customers To Utility
Toms River, NJ, is transitioning its opt-out municipal electricity aggregation customers to default service, citing a lack of savings, Toms River Patc...
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Two More Cities Sign With Los Angeles County Municipal Aggregation
The cities of Sierra Madre and Alhambra, California, have signed onto the Los Angeles County opt-out municipal aggregation electricity program (commun...
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Cleveland Suburb To Cease Muni Aggregation After Program "Has Not Worked"
The City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio will end its natural gas opt-out aggregation program, for now, due to a consistent lack of savings, cleveland.com ...
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Update: Boston City Council Approves Municipal Aggregation
The Boston, MA City Council has approved a resolution to adopt an opt-out municipal electric aggregation, the Boston Globe reports Such an aggregatio...
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Boston City Council Pushing For Municipal Opt-Out Aggregation, Mayor Raises Concerns
Two Boston City Councilors, including Council President Michelle Wu, are seeking to implement an opt-out municipal electric aggregation for Boston, th...
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Claim: San Diego Muni Aggregation Could Result In $2.8 Billion Liability
An analysis summarized in an op-ed at the Voice Of San Diego by Lynn Reaser, chief economist at Fermanian Business & Economic Institute at Point L...
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