Community Choice Aggregation

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is an energy procurement policy that allows cities, towns, and villages to aggregate the energy usage of their residents and small businesses to pursue contracts to purchase needed supply. This strategy results in significant buying power that can leverage savings to customers in those communities.

Without CCA in place, the electric utility is normally the default supplier.  With CCA, the default supplier is chosen by the local government as a result of a formal procurement process.

At Roctricity, we're focused on promoting CCA establishment in the greater Rochester area for electricity that saves customers money and secures clean, green, energy for all.

 
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