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Calendar >  League Of Women Voters To Host Webinar About Community Choice Energy in Our Communities

League Of Women Voters To Host Webinar About Community Choice Energy in Our Communities

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Free to the Public with Pre-Registration, Presentation Will Discuss San Diego Community Power, Clean Energy Alliance, and Your Electric Bill

Carlsbad, CA April 2023 – The League of Women Voters North County San Diego (LWVNCSD) will host a webinar about Community Choice Energy on April 25 at 6:00 pm. A panel of experts will demystify what community choice energy is and why it is key to getting to 100 percent renewable electricity. Utility professional Rob Howard will moderate the discussion with Joe Mosca, Director of Communications & External Affairs Orange County Power Authority; Barbara Boswell, CEO, Clean Energy Alliance; and Karin Burns, CEO, San Diego Community Power.

Did you know that electricity accounts for about 25 percent of SD County’s green-house gas emissions? Or that SDG&E is getting out of the electricity buying and selling business? Or that the state of California has a goal of 100 percent of clean electric power by 2045 and the city of San Diego wants 100 percent renewable energy by 2035?

The solution to all three issues is in the hands of Community Choice Energy/Aggregation companies.

Join the League for this informative webinar where you can learn about the future of San Diego’s electricity and your electric bill. The presentation will focus on how community choice energy came about, how it is working in the San Diego region and how it will be affecting you.

There will be time for questions from the audience after the presentations.

The Community Choice Energy webinar is open to the public. To attend live at 6:00pm on April 25, North County residents can preregister at https://bit.ly/LWVNCSD_CCE For those unable to attend, the presentation will be available on the group’s YouTube channel  the day after the webinar.

About League of Women Voters North County San Diego … Founded in 1920, The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active public participation in government. The League      influences public policy through voter service, education, and advocacy, while never supporting or opposing any political party or candidate. The League of Women Voters North County San Diego is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation serving coastal communities from Oceanside south to Carmel Valley, inland from Vista east to Fallbrook, and Rancho Santa Fe east to Escondido. For more information, go to LWVNCSD.org.

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