South Bay Clean Power

Climate Action Santa Monica Presents: Why Community Choice Energy Is The Right Choice For Santa Monica & LA County

On May 31, Climate Action Santa Monica hosted a forum featuring Joe Galliani of South Bay Clean Power and Shawn Marshall (via webinar) of LEAN Energy US.  Shawn explains what a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program is, how… Read More

Spectacular Week for South Bay Clean Power! LA County Board of Supervisors Approves CCA Motion, Malibu Becomes City 11, Culver City & Rolling Hills Estates Next!

The South Bay Clean Power momentum machine just keeps humming along with each new day bringing more good news.  First, the biggest news – On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to approve the… Read More

Environment California, Food & Water Watch California & Climate Action Santa Monica First to Endorse and Support South Bay Clean Power Initiative

As we get closer to the Sept 1, 2015 motion expected to be offered by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors giving the green light for a Community Choice Power feasibility study and the formation of a… Read More

LA County Staff Report Recommends Community Choice Power Program to Los Angeles Board of Supervisors

On June 24 the County of Los Angeles Internal Services Department delivered the report requested by the Board of Supervisors at their March 17, 2015 meeting.  We at South Bay Clean Power are very pleased with the staff… Read More

New UCLA Study Says South Bay Clean Power is Right for Santa Monica. Most Powerful Tool for Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

We’ve had an advance look at the 2015 UCLA Practicum Report for The City of Santa Monica – Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions produced by UCLA Institute of Environment and Sustainability under the direction of Juan Matute.  It’s a blockbuster report… Read More

City of Lomita Votes to Become 9th City to Unanimously Pass Community Choice Power Resolution

Thanks to the efforts of Lomita City Manager, Michael Rock, the City of Lomita has now become the ninth city to unanimously pass the resolution to participate in a Community Choice Power feasibility study.  Rock, the former City… Read More

Thank You Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

Today in the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Board Hearing Room 381B after both 4th District Supervisor Don Knabe and 3rd District Supervisor Sheila Kuehl both spoke glowingly about the prospects of Community Choice Aggregation and the need… Read More

Community Choice Comes to the Biltmore in Downtown Los Angeles May 18

Although not available to the general public, this high level Community Choice Aggregation Forum for local electeds, their staff and key decision makers here in Southern California is another sign of our growing momentum and broad interest in CCAs. We are… Read More

City of Carson Becomes 4th City in 4 Weeks to Pass CCA Feasibility Study Resolution

Tonight the Carson City Council voted 4-0 to unanimously pass our Resolution to Participate in a CCA Feasibility Study. Carson becomes the 6th City in our 7 City strategy to unanimously pass the resolution. The City of Inglewood is… Read More

Torrance Becomes 5th City To Pass Community Choice Resolution

Tuesday night the Torrance City Council voted 7-0 in favor of Participating in a Community Choice Aggregation Feasibility Study. Torrance joins Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Santa Monica and Redondo Beach in passing the resolution. Each City has done… Read More

City of Redondo Beach passes SBCP Feasibility Study Resolution

Here at the Redondo Beach City Council chamber we just witnessed the 5-0 unanimous vote to pass the a resolution to participate in a Community Choice Aggregation feasibility study, joining Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach. We appreciated… Read More

Stunning New USC Report Recommends Community Choice Power for Torrance

On Tuesday night, December 9th, 2014 the USC Price School of Policy delivered a “pre-feasibility” study on the prospects for a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program for the City of Torrance, California.  The report details the same benefits… Read More