The investor owned utilities (IOUs) claim that customers no longer being served by a utility aren’t paying their fair share o the cost for energy purcashed on their behalf and as a result remaining utility customers are paying more.
Data finally accessible through the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) proceeding reveals the opposite may be true. Changing a few simple ssumptions in the PCIA methodology results in a cost shfit in the opposite direction – from bundled customers to departing load customers – estimated for 2018 at $492 million for PG&E and $25 million for SCE
Read more here: CalCCA PCIA Testimony Fact Sheet – 4.2.18
San Francisco, April 2, 2018 – In testimony filed today at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) unveiled transformative strategies to reduce electricity costs and support the transition to a new vision for California’s competitive retail energy market.
Read more here: CalCCA Proposes Bold Reform to CPUC Exit Fee – 4.2.18
Richmond, California – On January 26, CalCCA and The Greenlining Institute co-hosted the
first CCA Supplier Diversity Symposium to review the progress, commitments, and initiatives
made to support public-private partnerships in the energy sector with women, minority,
disabled veteran, and LGBTQ-owned businesses, and to share best practices for diversity in
the energy workforce. The Symposium created an opportunity for local and state officials,
along with Community Choice Aggregation programs (CCAs), GO 156-certified businesses,
and local workforce and union representatives to have open dialogue about developing
diverse supplier partnerships, collaborating on workforce training, and sharing their unique
experiences for what it takes to work inclusively.
Read more: CalCCA Diversity Symposium Press Release