CCA Energy Diagram

Adam Hill Is Deciding Vote To Explore Green Energy in SLO County

There is a little know policy that has existed in California since 2002 called Community Choice Aggregation (aka CCA). From the Green Power Network: “Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a state policy that enables local governments to aggregate electricity demand within their jurisdictions in order to procure alternative energy supplies while maintaining the existing electricity provider for transmission and distribution …

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Green Jobs, Energy, and the Climate

[flowplayer src=’https://adamhill.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/GreenJobs-Energy-Climate.flv’ width=466 height=357] Adam Hill interviewed on Charter HLN local edition by Brad¬†Pomerance. Topics include new green jobs being created in San Luis Obispo County, energy issues, and addressing the debate over climate change.

Buffett company investment in SLO county solar farm could boost industry

LA Times – MidAmerican Energy Holdings agrees to buy a photovoltaic farm in San Luis Obispo County. The investment by Warren Buffett could signal that ‘it’s time to take solar power seriously.’ The agreement by investor Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holdings to buy a $2-billion photovoltaic farm in San Luis Obispo County could bring a ray of financial sunshine to …

Adam Hill to speak at South County Democratic Club November 2

(sanluisobispo.com) :: San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill will discuss the state and local political landscape at the Nov. 2 meeting of the South County Democratic Club. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm. at the South County Community Center, 12th Street and Trouville Avenue, Grover Beach. Hill, who lives in Grover Beach and represents parts of that city as …

Business and SLO county team up to get results for economy

(sanluisobispo.com) Imagine a county where so many businesses want to open or expand that they fight for office space, high-paying jobs are plentiful and government officials have more than enough tax revenue to pay for essential services. With the economy still struggling to regain its footing, that scenario may seem like fiction. But a group of local business and government …

About Supervisor Adam Hill

"No One Has Done More." A resident of San Luis Obispo County since 1995, Adam Hill taught literature and writing at Cal Poly for 13 years before being elected to the Board of Supervisors. As 3rd District Supervisor, Adam serves in many leadership capacities. With Frank Mecham, he co-chairs the County's Economic Development Project. He also served as the founding ...