Membership in the Alliance is open to individuals and/or their affiliated organizations that are committed to the Alliance Mission and Organizational Practice. This may include local, regional, or statewide Community Choice advocates and organizations, new Community Choice program initiatives, existing Community Choice programs, consultants, unions, local government staff/officials, and others.
The mission of the California Alliance for Community Energy is to support and defend Community Choice Energy programs in California that advance local clean energy for the environmental and economic benefit of our communities.
The standard we expect all participants to uphold:
The Alliance is made up of advocates and supporters committed to developing local renewable energy resources and clean energy jobs through Community Choice energy programs. The Alliance provides a forum for respectful and productive discourse among a diverse group of stakeholders to: build relationships, share resources, educate each other about issues and challenges, and organize against threats.
New members may join at the discretion of the List Moderator and Steering Committee. New members can be vouched for by an existing member (or vetted by the List Moderator) and are expected to uphold the Mission and Organizational Practice of the Alliance. Individuals who are employees of, consultants to, or lobbyists for Investor Owned Utilities (IOU) are not eligible.
The mission of the LCEA is to promote the equitable development and democratization of local renewable energy resources.
Providing education and outreach in service of a commitment to local clean energy for communities within San Luis Obispo County.
Researching, educating and encouraging local South Bay cities to form a Community Choice Energy program.
Advocating for high-impact solutions and motivate people to quickly take action for a carbon-neutral Mountain View.
Advocating for Community Choice energy programs in the East Bay that serve to spur equitable economic development.