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Community Power Opportunities

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How community choice aggregation lets cities advance local priorities and affordable electricity

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Community Power Opportunities

  1. 1. Community Power Opportunities How community choice aggregation lets cities advance local priorities and affordable electricity John Farrell, Institute for Local Self-Reliance, September 24, 2020
  2. 2. Public power is a “birch rod’ in the cupboard to be taken out and used only when the ‘child’ gets beyond the point where a mere scolding does no good Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  3. 3. Municipal Utilities https://ilsr.org/community-power-map/ Most of these 2,000 utilities were formed 100 years ago
  4. 4. 100% Cities https://www.sierraclub.org/ready-for-100/map 150 cities representing 100 million Americans have 100% renewable energy goals
  5. 5. 100% CITIES AND LOCAL CONTROL Allows community choice Munis with 100% commitments CCA with 100% commitments Goal achieved Lowell Cambridge Evanston Marin County San Jose Solana Beach Lancaster Orlando Gainesville Blacksburg Cleveland Burlington Rochester Bloomfield Rock Port Greensburg Denton Georgetown Aspen Ft. Collins Boulder Truckee Palo Alto San Francisco Boston Glen Ellyn Longmont Traverse City Cities with 100% renewable energy and control over their energy supply via a city-owned municipal utility (muni) or community choice energy program Updated August 2019 / from ILSR’s Community Choice Energy report Cities achieving the 100% goal have community power
  6. 6. W H O A M I ? ILSR Co-Director: we build local power to fight corporate control Director, Energy Democracy Initiative: we are a national research and advocacy organization that partners with allies across the country to give communities more decision making power over their energy future Nerd Productivity nut Rabble rouser Policy wonk @johnffarrell Local Energy Rules podcast host John Farrell in a pie chart www.ilsr.org Author of Community Choice Energy: An Alternative to Electricity Monopolies Enables Communities to Center People and Planet (Feb. 2020)
  7. 7. Community Choice: A Growing Source of Power
  8. 8. Community Choice Energy https://ilsr.org/community-power-map/
  9. 9. A Growing Source of Power 12% Share of sales in states with community choice, 2019 150 new community choice cities since 2015 170+ communities have formed 21 agencies serving 4+ million customers, with several new agencies in development Over 50 cities and towns have created community choice programs, most in the past year
  10. 10. Community Choice Market Share Percent of total electricity customers and sales served by community choice California Illinois Massachusetts New Jersey* New York* Ohio Rhode Island* Virginia 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 0% 12% 1% 5% 27% 34% 35% 3% 4% 0% 2% 10% 11% 29% Percent of sales Percent of customers Source: Community Choice Aggregation (NREL, 2019); ILSR (2020) *New Jersey programs launched in 2012 after the law switched to opt-out; New York’s law was adopted in 2018; Rhode Island programs only serve city governments (no active programs)
  11. 11. Customer Leverage
  12. 12. Buying in Bulk Photo Credit: Lisa Pinehill via Flickr
  13. 13. Photo Credit: Seeking Alpha Aggregating Multiple Cities
  14. 14. Meaningful Choices
  15. 15. Customer Options OPT-IN OPT-OUT OPT-UP OPT -DOWN Can opt for more renewable energy than the default supply. E.g. Marin Clean Energy Local Sol (100% local solar)
  16. 16. OPT-IN OPT-OUT OPT-UP OPT -DOWN Customer Options Can opt down from a high default renewable energy supply. E.g. Portola Valley in Peninsula Clean Energy (100% renewable default plan)
  17. 17. Renewable, Local Energy
  18. 18. 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% All Calif. Ill. Mass. N.J. N.Y. Ohio R.I. Voluntary Green Power RPS Renewable Non-renewable Percent of electricity portfolio V O L U N TA RY G R E E N P O W E R S H A R E S O F C C A E L E C T R I C I T Y P O RT F O L I O S Source: Community Choice Aggregation (NREL, 2019) READ MORE
  19. 19. C O M M U N I T Y C H O I C E R E N E WA B L E E N E R G Y O F F E R I N G S 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% California Illinois Massachusetts New Jersey New York Ohio 100% default 100% option Neither Percent of state’s community choice programs (2019) READ MORE
  20. 20. 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% All Calif. Ill. Mass. N.Y. Ohio In-State Regional National Percent of voluntary green power sales G E O G R A P H I C S O U R C E S O F V O L U N TA RY G R E E N P O W E R S U P P LY Source: Community Choice Aggregation (NREL, 2019) READ MORE
  21. 21. Clean Power and Advancing Local Priorities
  22. 22. Redwood Coast Energy Authority Humboldt County, Calif. Population: 132,646 In the Wake of Wildfires, California Community Chooses Local Power Matthew Marshall, Executive Director “CCAs are an interesting model because it’s one of the few times where government is actually the faster, more nimble entity” -- Matthew Marshall
  23. 23. Jobs and Economic Development “We won $5.6M for the 2019-2020 Local Development Business Plan budget!” -- Jessica Tovar, East Bay Clean Power Alliance Organizer
  24. 24. Read more
  25. 25. Thank you! @johnffarrell www.ilsr.org C H A N G I N G T H E R U L E S P ROV I D I N G TO O LS 1 0 0 % R E N E WA B L E LO CA L EC O N O M Y H U M A N S CA L E LO CA L OW N E RS H I P D E M O C R AT I C AU T H O R I T Y I L LU ST R AT I N G T H E V I S I O N

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