SOLANA BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Diego Energy District Foundation (SDED) has announced new speakers,
and that several major corporate sponsors are supporting its Government
Conference on Community Choice Aggregation in San Diego, June 21.
The conference will address Community
Choice Aggregation (CCA), which will allow San Diegans a choice in
where they purchase energy.
“Sponsors are supporting the San Diego Energy District to provide
competition for clean and safe energy generation and delivery,” said
Lane Sharman, co-founder of the San Diego Energy District. “It can only
lead to innovation, affordability, and environmental responsibility.”
Government Conference on Community Choice Aggregation
The San Diego Energy District is hosting the Government
Conference on Community Choice Aggregation in San Diego from 8:30
a.m. – 1 p.m., Thursday, June 21, at the San Diego Foundation, 2508
Historic Decatur Rd., San Diego, CA 92106.
The conference will consist of panel discussions on CCAs, and include:
Shawn Marshall, Director LEAN Energy US, founder of the Marin Clean
Energy Authority, and an elected official of the City of Mill Valley,
- Paul Fenn, author of California’s CCA law;
- City of Solana Beach Deputy Mayor Dave Roberts;
CCA industry executives from Noble Americas, Shell North America, and
Scott Blaising of Braun Blaising McLaughlin Smith, who represents
the California CCA Coalition before the PUC;
Carlos Velasquez of the California Public Utilities Commission, who is
responsible for CCA affairs at the PUC; and
John Leslie, Partner at McKenna Long Aldridge LLP, representing
Shell before the PUC.
About San Diego Energy District Foundation
Diego Energy District Foundation was formed in 2011 to assist in the
creation of an alternative for San Diegans to purchase energy. The
Foundation is incorporating lessons learned from the successful CCA
model launched in 2010 in Marin County, CA. The Foundation assists local
governments in San Diego County in providing their constituents with
cleaner and affordable energy from local sources.