LGSEC June Quarterly Meeting
Date: Friday, June 2, 2017
Location: Mingei International Museum Warren Theater, San Diego
We invite you to join us at our next meeting in San Diego! This quarterly meeting will focus on energy data, including emerging tools for data utilization and issues associated with local government access to data for community-specific energy and climate-related planning. Learn more and register here.
- A keynote from CEC and CPUC representatives;
- An in-depth climate and energy regulatory update;
- A demonstration of UCLA’s Energy Atlas;
- A panel and discussion of the current policy landscape and barriers to data access; and
- A panel and discussion of innovative energy and climate-related efforts being pursued by local governments that utilizes and reclaims local data.
Past CCA Forums
2017 Business of Local Energy Symposium
Friday, May 5th, 2017
Hyatt Regency Long Beach
200 South Pine Avenue
Long Beach, California, 90802
The Local Government Sustainable Energy Coalition co-organized the 2017 Business of Local Energy Symposium along with the Local Government Commission and the Center for Climate Protection. At nearly 400 attendees, this year’s symposium engaged local government and agency staff, energy experts, and community leaders on how to advance Community Choice Energy throughout the state. View presentations, photos, and other resources from the event here: https://climateprotection.org/our-work/symposium-2017/
Understanding Community Choice Energy:
A Forum for California Local Governments
Monday, May 18, 2015
8:30 AM – 4:45 PM
(Reception: 4:45 PM – 6:00 PM)
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90071
The Local Government Sustainable Energy Coalition (LGSEC) in partnership with LEAN Energy US organized a day-long Community Choice Energy Forum for local government decision-makers, staff members and key stakeholders on May 18th in downtown Los Angeles.
Over the last five years, Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) has become an increasingly popular option among local governments interested in providing greater customer choice, cleaner power and competitive energy pricing. Communities throughout the state have founded or joined existing CCA programs and numerous other communities are in the process of conducting research and feasibility studies.