After a petition from Sustainable Westchester, the New York State Public Service Commission recently passed an order to allow a CCA pilot program. Now, towns and cities in New York State, as well as those on Long Island, can form a municipally endorsed energy-savings program for natural gas and electricity.
Benefits of Selecting Good Energy for Your Community Choice Aggregation
Good Energy negotiates energy rates and helps local governments manage CCA programs (also known as Community Energy Aggregation, or CEA). The national leader in structuring and implementing community and government energy-aggregation programs, Good Energy serves more communities and residents than any other energy consultant. With more than 200 Community Energy Aggregation programs representing more than one million households, Good Energy manages energy procurement for 1 percent of the U.S. population.
Good Energy has the expert staff to quickly and effectively roll out a CCA program for your community. When Good Energy administers a CCA, communities avoid using municipal staff resources to provide lower energy rates to residents. There are other benefits, too:
- Long-term fixed energy pricing
- Predictable monthly energy expenses
- Protection against volatile seasonal prices
- Support for sustainability-driven community goals and initiatives
In addition, Good Energy is part of a one-of-a-kind innovative Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) and Municipal buying initiative that allows New York communities and municipal facilities to save money on energy costs. The program enables municipalities and community residents to join an energy bulk-buying group to increase energy purchasing power and reduce costs for participating account holders.
For more information about how Good Energy can save your community money and make energy prices more predictable, call (866) 955-2677.
Learn more: What is Community Choice Aggregation or CCA?
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