The "Anti-Greenwash" Guide to Community Electricity Aggregation

Can a community get more renewable electricity for all of its residents at a competitive price? Massachusetts communities have the option to choose an electricity supplier for their residents and businesses through “community choice aggregation” (CCA) in order to obtain better pricing and more renewable energy. Join Mass Energy (a nonprofit organization) and Good Energy (a CCA consultant) to discuss a model that allows communities to harness the savings of CCA while investing in creating new renewable energy sources in New England. Learn how this approach, which has been promoted by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and has been adopted successfully by two Massachusetts towns already, can allow communities to push more aggressively towards reducing carbon emissions without breaking the bank.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - 10:30am to 12:00pm

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Cityview 2

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