A feasibility study completed for Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) shows that the CCE model is financially feasible and CEA has a stated goal of achieving a minimum 2% savings in energy generation costs compared to SDG&E. Net revenues could be used for investment in local distributed energy generation, enhanced energy efficiency programs, additional support for low-income customers, energy storage, electric vehicle charging and other programs related to the CCE business model. The decisions regarding utilization of discretionary net income will rest with the CEA Board of Directors.