Capital District’s Move to Lower Cost for Clean Energy On Hold Due to COVID-19

13 municipalities in the Capital District have agreed to create Community Choice Aggregation to purchase electricity for residents collectively, with a goal of lowering the cost for clean energy. While the CCA was planning to issue an RFP for electric bids, their plans are on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis and the recent collapse of fossil fuel prices. We talk with Tina Lieberman of Capital District Community Energy. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network. (see megacca.org for more info)

Christina Mattern

Christina Mattern

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