By Miriam Raftery
July 15, 2019 (La Mesa)—The city of La Mesa is exploring a community choice aggregation (CCA) energy option to provide 100 percent clean energy for the entire community.
Tonight at 6 p.m., the city’s Environmental Sustainability Commission will discuss findings of a feasibility study funded jointly by the cities of La Mesa, Santee and Chula Vista on the viability of a CCA that would let each city purchase electrical power for its residents as an option to SDG&E for competitively priced clean energy.
The meeting will be held in the City Manager’s conference room at 8130 Allison Ave.
View the full agenda here: https://www.cityoflamesa.us/agendacenter/environmental-sustainability-commission-8
Read more about CCAs here: http://www.cityoflamesa.us/1508/CCA
Read an executive summary and the full feasibility study at the links below:
- NEW! DRAFT CCA Technical Feasibility Study Executive Summary for the Cities of Chula Vista, La Mesa, and Santee - July 1, 2019
- NEW! DRAFT CCA Technical Feasibility Study for the Cities of Chula Vista, La Mesa, and Santee - July 1, 2019