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The Sonoma County Water Agency prepared a feasibility study and a draft implementation plan for a community choice aggregation (CCA) program in Sonoma County under the provisions of Public Utilities Code Section 366.2. The feasibility study and draft implementation plan show that implementing a community choice aggregation program would provide multiple benefits, including:

A. Providing customers a choice of power providers;

B. Increasing local control and involvement in and collaboration on energy rates and other energy-related matters;

C. Providing more stable long-term electric rates that are competitive with those provided by the incumbent utility;

D. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions arising from electricity use within Sonoma County;

E. Increasing local renewable generation capacity;

F. Increasing energy conservation and efficiency projects and programs;

G. Increasing regional energy self-sufficiency; and

H. Improving the local economy resulting from the implementation of local renewable energy and energy conservation and efficiency projects.