Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), authorized in California under AB 117 (2002) and SB 790 (2011), allows
local governments including counties and cities to purchase electricity in the wholesale power market and sell
it to their residents and businesses at competitive rates as an alternative to electricity purchased by Southern
California Edison (SCE).

On April 18, 2017, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted its version of CCA, known as the Los Angeles Community Choice Energy (LACCE) Program, enabling the County and its 88 cities to form a joint not-for profit entity to procure power.

This briefing will provide an overview of the County’s new LACCE Program and its benefits, and highlight opportunities for the community to get involved. More information about the LACCE Program can be found at this link:

Please RSVP below if you are able to attend the briefing. Additional questions can be directed to Lacey Johnson at or 213.974.2222.

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