New York Municipal Aggregator Expects To Serve 190,000 Households By Next Year
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Joule Assets, via Joule Community Power, said that it expects to administer opt-out municipal aggregation (CCA) programs for more than 190,000 total households in 25 communities by this time next year.
In 2020, Joule expects three additional towns, with 6,500 homes, to join its previously reported Hudson Valley Community Power aggregation.
Joule also plans to launch four new aggregations: Gateway Community Power, Monroe Community Power, Rockland Community Power, and an aggregation in Long Island, NY.
With respect to Long Island, Joule expects to serve 40,000 households in the Town of Southampton under a CCA
As previously reported, Joule Community Power has thus far rolled out municipal aggregation programs to more than 25,000 utility account holders in seven communities in New York State
Joule Community Power is also serving about 900 community solar customers under its offering made in conjunction with the CCA