GREENE COUNTY, NEW YORK—Four communities in Greene County, New York, have seen energy savings of up to 40 percent thanks to their participation in a Good Energy Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program.
Residents and businesses in the towns of Cairo and New Baltimore, along with villages of Athens and Coxsackie, have saved between 24 and 40 percent over the past 12 months. By participating in a Good Energy CCA program, these communities enjoy low, locked-in rates while energy rates in other areas continue to spike. For example, rates from Central Hudson, the utility serving Greene County, were as high as 22 cents per kWh last month!
Approved by New York State, CCA programs allows cities, towns and villages to procure energy supply service for eligible residents and small businesses in their communities. Millions of customers nationwide are served by CCA programs across seven states: New York, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Ohio, New Jersey and Rhode Island.
Good Energy is a New York City–based energy consultant and a pioneer in CCA initiatives, managing programs for more than 700 municipalities with over 3 million customers in 21 states.
Through Good Energy’s CCA programs, residents and businesses can get their rates locked in, avoiding sometimes unpredictable increases. In addition to securing stable rates to avoid price spikes, Good Energy CCA programs enable communities to participate in renewable-energy programs.
About Good Energy
Good Energy is the No. 1 designer and operator of community energy aggregation programs in the U.S., consulting and managing energy programs for more than 700 municipalities with over 3 million customers in 21 states. Good Energy pioneered community-centric buying and serves about 1 percent of the U.S. energy market—more than any other single energy consultant nationwide. Good Energy has saved residential, commercial and industrial customers hundreds of millions of dollars. For more information, visit goodenergy.com and follow us on Twitter @GoodEnergyUS.