Got a gripe about the quality of service or the costs of electrical service provided by Southern California Edison? The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday will take a look at the possibility of forming or joining a “community choice energy” program that could provide an alternative.
Irvine has commissioned a study stating that such a program could increase clean energy, “take control of electricity rates” and provide other benefits.
A community choice energy entity would not generate electricity, but instead purchase the power from SCE or others. SCE would continue to provide transmission and distribution, power line maintenance and customer billing services.
The city council will meet in its chamber in the Civic Center, 2000 Main St. (at Yorktown Avenue) at 6 p.m.
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