The Community Choice Aggregation Law allows cities and counties to aggregate electricity and supply it to customers in their jurisdictions. To date, there are five operating CCAs in California and several other jurisdictions poised to provide electricity or contemplating forming a CCA. One of the primary goals of the existing CCAs is to provide a greater portion of renewably sourced electricity than the Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs) are providing. As the CCA concept expands in practice in California, several issues arise regarding the ability of CCAs to deliver lower priced electricity with a higher mix of renewables than the IOUs and their ability to spur development of local renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects. This panel will look at the issues around providing electricity through the CCA model and what hot topics we can expect to see in front of the CPUC and the CEC in the coming year.