Lancaster, CA. June 25, 2014— During last night’s meeting, the Lancaster City Council adopted three resolutions which will enable property owners to voluntarily participate in three statewide programs that provide financing for the addition of energy-efficient improvements to properties. Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing enables any qualifying property owner, whether commercial or residential, to […]
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Lancaster, CA. May 14, 2014— During last night’s Lancaster City Council meeting, the City Council approved an ordinance declaring the City’s intent to explore establishment of a Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). The program named Lancaster Choice Energy will procure and sell power to Lancaster businesses and residents at competitive rates, while also delivering a consumer-driven […]
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By: Peter Kelly-Detwiler Contributor | May 13, 2014 R. Rex Parris is the mayor of Lancaster, California – a city of 158,000 inhabitants close to Los Angeles. He’s both a Republican and a strong believer that we have an obligation to do everything we can to combat the impending threat of climate change. With respect to […]
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By: Charles F. Bostwick | May 11, 2014 LANCASTER – Lancaster residents and businesses could be buying their electricity from the city by the end of 2015 as city officials plan a “community choice aggregation” system like ones in Marin County and Sonoma County as the next step in the city’s solar-power efforts. Under the “Choice Energy” […]
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