Clean Power Alliance
Clean Power Alliance of Southern California (CPA) is a nonprofit entity and a community choice energy program, formed through a Joint Powers Authority. CPA is made up of 32 public agencies across Los Angeles and Ventura counties working together to bring affordable, clean energy to our communities. CPA was established in 2017 to provide cost competitive electric services, reduce electric sector greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, stimulate renewable energy development, implement distributed energy resources, promote energy efficiency and demand reduction programs, and sustain long-term rate stability for residents and businesses through local control.
The City of Arcadia has been a member of CPA since 2018. CPA offers three rate options designed to suite the diverse needs of the community. Arcadia has selected Lean Power as the default option for the community, which provides 36% renewable content. Those who are interested in supporting a cleaner future can change their service by selecting one of CPA’s other two rate options: Clean Power, which provides 50% renewable content or 100%, or Green Power, which provides 100% renewable content. Residents and businesses may also opt out of the program completely at any time.
While Clean Power Alliance provides electricity, Southern California Edison still delivers the power to homes and businesses, sends out bills, and is responsible for resolving electricity service issues.
To learn more about Clean Power Alliance visit www.cleanpoweralliance.org or contact CPA's Customer Service at (888) 585-3788.
Senior Management Analyst
Published: August 10, 2021