The City of Santa Barbara has partnered with California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) to complete a study that will determine whether a community choice aggregation (CCA) program in the City would be successful.
On Friday, August 16, during a formal oath-of-office ceremony, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) welcomed a new president: Marybel Batjer. Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Batjer as CPUC president on Friday, July 12.
For over a decade, Dane Hutchings has been advocating for the best interests of both public and private entities. He is a seasoned legislative advocate and political strategist with a keen understanding of the California political process and landscape.
Tripepi Smith welcomes Skylar Hunter as a new business analyst to the team. A former Public Relations Specialist with the City of Lake Forest, Skylar brings his experience working in a public agency combined with his creative talents in areas of graphic design and audio/video production.
Michael Egan is an accomplished local government executive with nearly 30 years of experience capped with 20 years of City Manager responsibilities in the cities of Bellflower and Norwalk. During his tenure as City Manager, he was active in regional governance and local government-affiliated groups.