Information for CCAs

Customer Enrollment and Operations

Overview

In 2002, Assembly Bill 117 was signed into law, allowing cities and counties to participate in Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). CCA is a program that allows cities, counties, and Joint Power Authorities (JPAs) to procure electricity for individual customers within a defined jurisdiction. Customers not wishing to participate may opt out. Under CCA, the utility is still responsible for the transmission and distribution of the electricity.

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.

Apple Valley Choice Energy Contact Information

Baldwin Park Resident Owned Utility District Information

Central Coast Community Energy Information

What are the cities included for Central Coast Energy Information?

  • City of Goleta, City of Carpinteria, City of Isla Vista
  • Unincorporated Santa Barbara County Burton Mesa, Casmalia, Cuyama, Eastern Goleta Valley, Gaviota, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Montecito, Orcutt, Santa Ynez, Summerland, Vandenberg Village
  • Website: https://3cenergy.org/
  • Phone:1-888-909-6227

Clean Power Alliance Contact Information

Desert Community Energy Information

Lancaster Choice Energy Contact Information

Pico Rivera Innovation Municipal Energy

Pomona Choice Energy Contact Information

Rancho Mirage Energy Authority Information

Santa Barbara Clean Energy Information

What are the cities included for Santa Barbara Clean Energy?  City of Santa Barbara

San Jacinto Power Information