On December 1, 2021, California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) Energy Programs Manager Kathy Wells attended the CalCCA Virtual Annual Meeting and contributed to a panel discussion focused on decarbonization.
Civiltec delivered an updated Water Master Plan (WMP) for the City of La Verne’s water system, enabling the City to continue planning for the future and implement orderly improvements to the water system while providing residents with ongoing efficient, reliable drinking water service.
Soquel Union Elementary School District (District) recently approved a plan to renew and fortify its energy infrastructure. These upgrades will provide much-needed comfort, resiliency and sustainability to its schools in the face of climate change, unpredictable public safety power shutoffs (PSPS) and rising utility costs.
On October 27, 2021, the City of Escondido voted to partner with the Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) to bring community choice energy to the City’s residents and local businesses. CEA will work with Escondido, the joint power authority’s fourth member, to develop and submit an implementation plan to the California Public Utilities Commission before the end of 2021.
Serving agencies of varying sizes with expense reduction services, business intelligence firm ProcureAmerica supports all levels of government: states, counties, cities, local school districts, public universities and colleges—bringing both “local knowledge” and proven best practices to bear.
ProcureAmerica’s pathway to success has revolved around three central themes: Relationships, Trust and Results. By concentrating on these values, the firm has built an extensive client base among school districts, cities, and counties in California and beyond — all while developing and maintaining valuable partnerships with loyal customers.
Effective October 4, Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) welcomes three new associates—Michael Cohen, Jake Freitas and Garvey Vincent—all of whom are alumni of RPLG’s Public Law Fellowship Program, a two-week session designed to introduce law students to public law.
On October 1, Santa Barbara Clean Energy (SBCE), the City of Santa Barbara’s Community Choice Energy (CCE) program and California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) member, launched its carbon-free energy program for residents, offering the community cleaner energy, locally controlled rates and a new revenue source for future program that can help manage local greenhouse gas emissions.