Join us to learn more about Community Choice Energy, a new way to get cleaner and potentially less expensive electricity to your homes and local businesses and provide greater local control over how that electricity is sourced.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
6:00 PM
Founders Hall, Calabasas Library

Calabasas is the first city in county to join the Los Angeles County Community Choice Energy (LACCE) program and this Public Forum is designed to answer questions and disseminate information regarding the Community Choice Energy program.

Existing programs in Marin, Sonoma, Lancaster, San Francisco and San Mateo County show that Community Choice Energy provides a wide range of environmental, economic and community benefits.

At this free public forum, you will hear from the County of Los Angeles as they share information on the costs and benefits related to the LACCE program. In addition, representatives from Community Choice programs will discuss renewable energy growth, local savings on electricity bills, greenhouse gas reductions, job growth and other opportunities and challenges. Community members will have an opportunity to ask questions about what the program will look like in our city. Light snacks will be provided.


Current Speakers:

Mary Sue Maurer - Calabasas Mayor
Gary Gero - Chief Sustainability Officer, County of Los Angeles
Katharine Young - Environment & Arts Deputy for Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Amanda Sabicer, Vice President, Energize California from Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator
Joseph Moon, Assistant Director of Energy & Environmental Services for the Town of Apple Valley

For more information, please contact John Bingham at





City of Calabasas 2017