Community Choice Aggregation

 
Community Choice Aggregation allows communities to offer procurement service to electric customers within their boundaries.
CCA CODE OF CONDUCT: D12-12-036

 

Lancaster Community Choice Aggregation

March 13, 2015:  Letter certifying LCCA's Revised Implementation Plan

October 31, 2014: Letter from CPUC to LCCA confirming it is registered as a CCA  

October 16, 2014: Letter from CPUC certifying Lancaster Community Choice Aggregation Revised Implementation Plan

CleanPower S.F., the CCA program of the City and County of San Francisco

August 26, 2015:  Letter from the CPUC certifying CleanPower S.F.'s Updated Implementation Plan

June 7, 2013:  Letter from the CPUC certifying CleanPower S.F.'s Updated Implementation Plan

May 28, 2010: CPUC Letter to CleanPower S.F confirming it is registered as a CCA

May 18, 2010: Letter from the CPUC certifying CleanPower S.F.'s Implementation Plan

Marin Clean Energy

January 16, 2015:  Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin Clean Energy's revised Implementation Plan

September 12, 2014: Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin Clean Energy's revised Implementation Plan

January 21, 2013:  Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin Energy Authority's revised Implementation Plan  

October 2, 2012:  Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin energy Authority's revised Implementation Plan

January 3, 2012: Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin Energy Authority's revised Implementation Plan

April 9, 2010: CPUC Letter to MEA confirming it is registered as a CCA

February 2, 2010: Letter from the CPUC certifying Marin Energy Authority's Implementation Plan

San Joaquin Valley Power Authority

On April 30, 2007, the CPUC authorized its first Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) application. The application was submitted by the Kings River Conservation District on behalf of San Joaquin Valley Power Authority (SJVPA). For program status please visit: www.communitychoice.info

Sonoma Clean Power Authority

February 20, 2015:  Letter Certifying Sonoma Clean Power's Revised Implementation Plan

January 17, 2014:  Sonoma Clean Power - California Public Utilities Commission Registration Letter

October 4, 2013: Letter from the CPUC certifying Sonoma Clean Power Authority's Implementation Plan

Utilities' CCA Service Agreements

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)  

Southern California Edison (SCE)

San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) 

Declaration to Pursue the Implementation of  a CCA

Pacific Gas & Electric

Southern California Edison

San Diego Gas & Electric

CCA Information

Proceeding to Allocate Customer CCA Costs (R.17-06-026)

April, 5, 2017: CCA Bond Requirement Workshop 

Feb. 1, 2017: CCA En Banc

March 8, 2016 - Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Workshop Report and Appendices (A.14.-05-024)

October 31, 2011:  Issues and Progress on the Implementation of Community Choice Aggregation: Fourth Quarter Report

July 31, 2011: Issues and Progress on the Implementation of Community Choice Aggregation: Third Quarter Report

April 30, 2011: Issues and Progress on the Implementation of Community Choice Aggregation: Second Quarter Report

January 31, 2011:  Issues and Progress on the Implementation of Community Choice Aggregation

May 20, 2010: CPUC Refines Utility Marketing Rules for Community Choice Aggregation

May 12, 2010: CPUC Executive Director Letter to PG&E re: Continued Violations of CCA Rules

May 4, 2010: Proposed Decision to clarify utility marketing with regard to CCA

May 3, 2010: CPUC Puts PG&E On Notice Over Violations Of Community Choice

April 8, 2010: CPUC Clarifies Rules to Better Inform Customers Considering Service From Community Choice Aggregation Entities

March 17, 2010: CPUC Holds Public Hearing on Prop 16

December 15, 2005: CPUC Phase 2 Decision on Community Choice Aggregation

December 2004: CPUC Phase 1 Decision Implementing Portions of AB 117 Concerning Community Choice Aggregation

  •    CCA Proceedings Documents, see R.03-10-003

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