Surprisingly, since first authorized in California in 2002 and refined in 2011, only a handful of pioneering cities and regions have adopted these innovative plans. Others looked into the prospects, yet chose to wait. Why? Garnering state approval to establish a CCA can be complicated. Planning the transition with the existing power company can be formidable. Explaining the process to potential customers can sometimes be confusing and operating such a service requires a major commitment on the part of the organizer.
With the California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), you have experienced experts on your team from day one. People who have gone through the process before, allowing you to hit the ground running and be operational quicker and easier than you ever thought possible.