Watertown Council Approves Electrical Aggregation Program

The Massachusetts community of Watertown on Tuesday approved the creation of a community choice aggregation (CCA) program, which gives municipalities more choice over where their electricity comes from and is used as a tool for towns to increase renewable energy sources in their electricity supply, without raising prices. More than 125 Massachusetts communities have implemented a CCA program. The program gives the town a chance to cut 16,000 tons of C02 annually. Read more.