CPA’s Customer Programs Outreach at Ventura County Workshop


June 25, 2019

WHAT: Clean Power Alliance is continuing its Local Programs Strategic Plan process with a second Ventura County based workshop on July 25th. Between 50-75 community stakeholders across Ventura County are expected to come participate in an interactive workshop focused on energy and electrification measures. An online survey is also available in English and Spanish to customers who may not be able to attend in person but want to offer feedback.

The innovative new electricity provider for 31 cities across Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, which launched in 2018 already has demonstrated a strong commitment to renewable energy and local control. Clean Power Alliance’s vision of a clean energy future also translates to developing future programs for the community now that the enrollment of approximately 1 million customers is nearly complete.

Following the trend of other statewide customer choice aggregation (CCA) utilities’ practice of reinvesting money back into customer programs, Clean Power Alliance has initiated a process to guide its future programmatic investments. The strategic plan will guide the next five years (2020-2025) of investment and include a six-month stakeholder engagement process and rigorous study of existing CCA and utility programs. Other CCAs have initiated customer programs that promote electrification of transportation and buildings, low-income solar incentives, and new rates that help promote conservation.

The intended outcome will be a transparent decision-making process and comparative tool for how to prioritize future programs that could save customers money while achieving community goals such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting climate resiliency, reaching underserved communities/customers, and creating jobs. Those interested in attending may RSVP here.

WHEN: Thursday, July 25th, 2019, 1-3PM

WHERE: Ventura County’s Saticoy Building, 11201 A-1 Riverbank Dr. Ventura, CA, 93004

PARKING: Ample parking is available in the county building complex.