• Sydney Fitch Joins Team Tripepi Smith

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    As of July 31st, 2023, the Tripepi Smith team welcomed Sydney Fitch, a recent San Diego State University graduate, joining as one of its newest Junior Business Analysts. Read more »

  • Liann So Joins Team Tripepi Smith

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    Tripepi Smith welcomed Liann So, a recent graduate of San Diego State University, to the team as one of its newest Junior Business Analysts on July 31, 2023. Liann will be based in San Diego. Read more »

  • Kiran Kruse Joins Team Tripepi Smith

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    Along with five other new hires, Tripepi Smith welcomed Kiran Kruse, a Menlo Park resident, to the team as a new Junior Business Analyst on July 31, 2023.  Read more »

  • Meet the CCA Team: San Jacinto Power

    San Jacinto Power's team.

    In this installation of California Choice Energy Authority’s “Meet the CCA Team” series, we highlight associate member San Jacinto Power (SJP). SJP is the City of San Jacinto’s locally managed public energy service, offering the community clean power at competitive rates. Since the CCA program’s inception in 2018, the core focus has been to prioritize the best interests of San Jacinto residents and businesses. Read more »

  • CalChoice Partners with Olivine to offer ClimateResponse Program to Commercial Customers

    CalChoice has partnered with Olivine Inc. to offer community choice aggregator (CCA) commercial customers an opportunity to join Climate Response Virtual Power Plant (VPP), a program designed to help nonresidential customers mitigate the grid impacts of climate change while earning revenue. CalChoice members Apple Valley Choice Energy, Energy for Palmdale’s Independent Choice, Lancaster Energy, Pico Rivera Innovative Municipal Energy, Pomona Choice Energy, Rancho Mirage Energy Authority and San Jacinto Power have joined this program, giving their customers a chance to contribute toward a more sustainable future. Read more »

  • Lancaster Energy’s Journey Toward the Hydrogen Frontier

    Lancaster Energy charting a sustainable path in the hydrogen frontier.

    Lancaster was the first city in the United States to embrace hydrogen power, and in 2019 it became the first “Net Zero” energy city in the world. Lancaster now generates more clean energy than it consumes, and the city’s community choice aggregation (CCA) program, Lancaster Energy (LE), has served as a pioneer in accelerating the adoption of alternative energy sources, particularly hydrogen.  Read more »

  • SoCalREN’s 10-Year Anniversary Celebration: Palmdale and Pomona Receive Awards, Santa Barbara Clean Energy Inspires on Panel

    City of Pomona and Palmdale staff receiving sustainability awards.

    On September 6, the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) hosted its 10-year anniversary celebration. During the event, attended by over 200 public agencies, SoCalREN recognized the Cities of Palmdale and Pomona for their commitment to advancing sustainable energy initiatives. Palmdale was the selected recipient of the Extraordinary Emission Reduction Award and Pomona with the Decade of Sustainable Excellence Award. Read more »

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