The City of Saratoga Springs and other municipalities in the Capital Region are leaders when it comes to renewable energy and other consumer energy issues. It's great to see the city and Commissioner Michele Madigan recognized for their innovative vision and hard work. We can't wait to work with them on community choice aggregation! #renewables #REV4NY #communitychoiceaggregation ... See MoreSee Less
SARATOGA SPRINGS - The nearly 8,000 solar panels rising above the landfill on Weibel Avenue are now soaking up the city's sun rays while cutting the city energy bills by about $100,000 a year. Michele Madigan, the city commissioner of finance, said the panels were activated on Aug. 22 and that the c...
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> Saratoga Springs will be the first municipality in the area to explore Community Choice Aggregation, which would allow the city to pool the electricity accounts of residents and small businesses.
We're excited to talk to the Village of Elmira Heights about #CCA tonight. We are all over New York this month, so make sure to follow our page in order to keep up with our whereabouts! ... See MoreSee Less
We're excited to be working with the Village of Naples on Community Choice Aggregation! If you're free, please check out a public information session on #CCA on September 25th at 6PM. Residents are encouraged to bring their utility bills and ask questions, so we hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Mega Energy Information night
September 25, 2017, 6:00pm - September 25, 2017, 6:30pm
MEGA CCA Residential Electricity Program
The Village of Naples is working with MEGA to explore a new program called Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). You and your neighbors increase your individual buying power through a group purchase of electricity.
As a participant in MEGA’s CCA you may:
-save money on your electric bill
-avoid sudden spikes in the price of your electricity
-stop energy telemarketers and door-to-door sales
-get access to renewable ‘green’ energy
Even after our community joins MEGA’s CCA you have the choice to opt-out and stay with the utility for electric supply. There are also opportunities for customers to opt-in to the CCA Program.
While we do not know the exact price for electricity through the CCA, we will know the price before we must decide if we will continue our participation in the CCA Program.
How does CCA work? Take a look at ‘MEGA’s CCA 101’ or review the FAQs.
To learn more please visit megacca.org and join us at a public education session at the Village Courtroom Monday, September 25th 6-7:30pm. Feel free to bring your electric bill.
Questions can be directed to MEGA’s CCA team at megaCCAteam@energynext.com or 518.533.5399.
If you have questions specific to the Village of Naples you should contact Mayor Brian Schenk, the CCA Liaison, at email@example.com or 585.374.2435.
MEGA, is a not-for-profit local development corporation who serves 35 counties and 240 other municipalities, school districts and small businesses across New York State.