Community choice aggregators (CCAs) are local government entities that competitively procure electric generation service on behalf of their residents as an alternative to the incumbent utility. Although cities and counties often engage in aggregation in response to climate goals, most CCAs nationwide are not yet engaging in energy efficiency, although some initiatives are underway. This report provides an early view of the landscape of energy efficiency deployment in CCAs throughout the United States, examining challenges and strategies that CCAs face in implementing energy efficiency and the potential role for CCAs in energy efficiency deployment.
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|Dewey, A., and N. Henner. 2021. Community Choice Aggregation and Energy Efficiency: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons Learned. Washington, DC: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.|