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San Clemente Times — June 6, 2019

Renewable energy advocates are urging South Orange County cities to consider implementing a Community Choice Energy program (CCE) to bring cleaner, more affordable energy to local residents and businesses, while giving cities local purchasing power for electricity.

So far, more than 160 cities and 19 counties across California have formed their own CCEs, a nonprofit program that allows a city, county, municipality or any combination of those entities to aggregate residents’ buying power and purchase energy on their behalf.

However, local advocates of South Orange County Community Choice Alliance (SOCCCA) say Orange County has been slow to the take on the initiative, compared to the rest of the state.

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