Newly forming Community Choice agencies (CCAs) can launch with a minimum of legally required community and prospective customer notification. Or they can engage in robust, proactive, meaningful outreach and communication with the many stakeholders in their communities.
Conversely, community stakeholders can engage proactively, or adopt a passive observer role and take what they get.
What are the various results from the different approaches of engagement or non-engagement? Join us to explore this question.
Our presenters for this webinar are:
- Erika Morgan of the California Alliance for Community Energy (CACE) and the San Diego Energy District. Erika will present the highlights of a recently released CACE report: "Guide to Creating State-of-the-Art Community Choice Programs." She will also outline community advocacy activity in San Diego County and other parts of southern California.
- Jessica Tovar is the lead organizer of the East Bay Clean Power Alliance, the organization that has spearheaded robust interaction with the newly emerging East Bay Community Energy CCA. She is also a member of CACE and was involved in the campaign work behind the Guide mentioned above.
Attend the webinar to share your comments and questions!
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