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What: Green Municipal Aggregation in Rhode Island

When: Wednesday, May 27 2020, 12:00pm

Where: Online

Green Municipal Aggregation (GMA), also known as community choice aggregation, is making progress in Rhode Island. Green Energy Consumers and its partner Good Energy are working with a number of communities who are aiming to bring cheaper and cleaner electricity supply to households and small businesses. In this webinar, we will summarize the progress being made, the benefits of a green aggregation, the need to speed this progress, and how your community can join the movement. The presentation will be from Priscilla De La Cruz and Daria Mark. You can follow future progress at For questions, contact

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