SCE Advice Letter 4194-E, and Resolution E-5095, set forth a Proposal for an interim mechanism for voluntary allocations of Greenhouse Gas-Free (GHG-Free) Energy pursuant to the Term Sheet attached thereto (the “Proposal”). The mechanism will permit CPA and other load serving entities (LSE) in SCE’s service area, including Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) and Electric Service Providers (ESPs) whose customers pay Cost Responsibility Surcharges (CRS), to elect to receive annual allocations of GHG-Free Energy from SCE’s procurement portfolio on an interim basis.
On May 20, 2021, the Commission issued D.21-05-030 in Rulemaking (R.)17-06-026, the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Order Instituting Rulemaking (the “PCIA OIR”), authorizing SCE to continue this approach until December 31, 2023. SCE is offering its Standard Offer GHG-Free Allocation for Term Year 2022. SCE may, in its sole discretion, offer allocations in calendar year 2023
SCE will provide Eligible Parties notice of a 30-calendar-day enrollment and election window from November 1-30, 2021 to elect to participate in the 2022 allocation.
The Term Sheet submitted with Advice Letter 4194-E will govern the interim allocations; SCE has made changes to address the Term for Term Year 2022. As described in the Term Sheet, the products available for the interim GHG-Free Energy allocations are i) a nuclear pool of resources and (ii) a hydroelectric pool of resources. Eligible LSEs may elect one or both products. Allocation amounts per product are based on a participating LSE’s customers’ actual, vintaged annual load shares relative to the sum total of all other actual loads in each vintage year.
2022 Allocation Years Enrollment Schedule
|Open Enrollment Begins||November 1, 2021|
|Open Enrollment Ends – Deadline to Enroll for 2022 Allocations||November 30, 2021|
|SCE provides forecasted pro rata allocations to LSEs||By December 31, 2021|
|Allocations Commence||January 1, 2022|
|Allocation Terminates||December 31, 2022|
Enrollment for the 2022 GHG-Free Energy Allocation
- GHG-Free Allocation Webinar Presentation
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- AL- 4194-E: Joint Proposal of Southern California Edison Company and Clean Power Alliance for an Interim Mechanism for Voluntary Allocations of Greenhouse Gas-Free Energy
- Resolution E-5095: Request of Southern California Edison and Clean Power Alliance of Southern California for an Interim Mechanism for Voluntary Allocations of Greenhouse Gas Free Energy.
- Decision 21-05-030: PHASE 2 DECISION ON POWER CHARGE INDIFFERENCE ADJUSTMENT CAP AND PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION
SCE Contact Information
Community Choice Aggregators & Energy Service Providers please contact Dan Miller, Daniel.Miller@sce.com for any questions or concerns.