Study finds community choice energy aggregation programs have reduced costs, increased sustainability

Researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have found that nearly 80% of Community Choice Energy aggregation (CCE) programs instituted by municipalities in Massachusetts offer reduced electrical costs compared to utility basic service rates, while 60% of standard CCE packages rated “green,” with a higher percentage of renewable energy certificates than required by the commonwealth.

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