Get ready for more renewable energy in the local electric grid as a process called “community-choice aggregation” (CCA) expands in Rhode Island.
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PROVIDENCE, RI— Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, Councilwoman Helen Anthony, Providence Office of Sustainability Director Leah Bamberger, Good Energy New England Director Philip Carr, Green Energy Consumers Alliance Rhode Island Director Priscilla De La Cruz, and community partners today announced a Community Choice Aggregation Plan with the goal of providing residents and businesses with new electricity supply options.
A new report finds cities and towns are lowering residents’ electric bills and emissions by negotiating for green power.
The growing number of Massachusetts cities and towns that have negotiated community-wide rates for green energy have saved millions of dollars while also shrinking their carbon footprints, according to a new report released last week.
QUINCY — City councilors have approved a plan that they hope will stabilize electricity rates for city residents, protect consumers from predatory companies and capitalize on renewable energy options.
Our Marketing & Membership Director (and Arlington, MA resident) Erin Taylor talks about green electricity for entire communities - or Green Municipal Aggregation - and its benefits to Arlington on the A-Town podcast.
LISTEN: A-Town: Where does Arlington’s green energy come from?
Whether you’ve lived in Arlington your whole life or just for a few years, there’s probably something around town that has made you wonder. The Arlington Advocate’s new Wicked Local podcast, A-Town, seeks to answer those questions.