Could the city really say goodbye to SoCal Edison? Image courtesy of Community Choice Aggregation ■ By Taj Shorter / Reporter The City of Hemet may be looking into changing the city’s energy solutions. The proposal could save residents nearly $2 million. In a city council meeting on June 12, program manager Tyler Masters gave a presentation on Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) as an alternative to Southern California Edison as the city’s energy provider. “CCA gives local governments, groups, or an aggregate of local governments to come together to purchase energy on behalf of its residents,” says Masters, “to provide local residents a choice.” According to Masters’ presentation, CCA allows local
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