How does Community Energy Aggregation fit into the solution
Hi John, I’m working with some cities in eastern Massachusetts, and converting cities to community aggregation is all the rage here. I was curious how this fit into your mobilization plan.
At the moment the best cities are coming up with here is a default renewable percentage that is 5% over what is mandated by the state (which increases each year modestly). The energy aggregation programs sometimes support an “opt-up” to a higher percentage for a bit more money.
EDIT: Here is a link to the aggregation program in Massachusetts.