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Community Choice Aggregation Overview

Delayed Billing
Due to unintended billing delays, your current billing statement may show charges from multiple past billing cycles that were not included in your prior bills. Please refer to the FAQs for more information.

What is Community Choice Aggregation?

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.

Learn More About Community Choice Aggregation
Discover Feasibility and Required Forms
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Establish Your Community Choice Aggregation
Customer Enrollment And Operations
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Discontinue Community Choice Aggregation
FAQ for Customers
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