Information for CCAs

Customer Enrollment and Operations

Overview

Once the establishment package is completed and accepted by Southern California Edison (SCE), the Community Choice Aggregator (CCA) is ready to begin executing the activities required prior to mass enrollment of customers, which includes the completion of Electronic Data Interface (EDI) testing, eligible customer validations, customer notifications, and customer enrollment. In addition to enrollment activities, this section provides detailed information to understand daily CCA operations.

Active CCAs in SCE’s Territory

Billing Update

On 3/15/19, SCE discovered a billing system error that resulted in incorrect PCIA and DWR Bond Charge Cost Responsibility Surcharges for your account(s). An incorrect charge may have been applied to one or more of your billing statement(s) over the past few months by SCE. Billing corrections are reflected on your current billing statement(s). The PCIA and DWR Bond Charges are rates charged by SCE and not your Community Choice Aggregator (CCA). SCE apologizes for any inconvenience.

If you have received pre- or post-enrollment opt-out notices and have questions regarding the opt-out process or want to submit an opt-out request, you must contact your CCA directly. Opt-out requests can only be processed by your CCA. SCE cannot accept or process opt-out requests sent by a CCA customer.

Apple Valley Choice Energy Contact Information

Lancaster Choice Energy Contact Information

Clean Power Alliance Contact Information

Pico Rivera Innovation Municipal Energy

San Jacinto Power Information

Rancho Mirage Energy Authority Information