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Video: The Proposed City-Controlled Power Program, Explained

San Diego wants 100 percent of electricity sold within its limits to come from renewable sources by 2035. What does that mean for residents?

Cities across California are scrambling to address climate change.

In 2015, San Diego passed a plan to curb the release of climate-changing emissions. The city wants 100 percent of electricity sold within its limits to come from renewable sources by 2035.

To do this, San Diego may become a community choice aggregator, or CCA.

What does that mean for residents, and how could it lead to a showdown with San Diego Gas & Electric, the existing power monopoly? Hit play.

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