The City of San Diego is considering a new way to power homes and businesses and it may save you some money.
The Community Choice Aggregate Plan could help San Diego reach its goal of 100 percent renewable energy.
By purchasing electricity from a source other than San Diego Gas & Electric, the City would have more control over rates, choose greener sources like solar and wind power and possibly lower your electricity bill.
Opponents of the program say the City should not rush into the idea because regulations are still not set.
The San Diego City Council received the results of a year-long feasibility study on Wednesday but council members are not expected to make a decision on the proposal until early 2018.