ALBANY – The State Public Service Commission gave its approval for the Village of Coxsackie and the towns of Cairo and New Baltimore to participate in the Community Choice Aggregation program.
“Residential and small business customers can reduce their energy bills, take advantage of renewable energy choices and enjoy other money-saving services thanks to the leverage enabled by the bulk purchasing available through these community-based associations,” PSC Chairman John Rhodes said on Thursday.
The CCA program just approved is organized by the nationwide energy consultant
Good Energy, LP.
In a previously-approved CCA plan, the commission gave the okay for 20 municipalities in Westchester County to form a CCA.