CCA Information for CCA Providers
We have developed this website to be used by entities interested in providing CCA services within our service territory. The information provided gives entities comprehensive overviews of our CCA procedures so they can better interact with us to establish and provide ongoing CCA services to our mutual customers.
AB 117 permits cities, counties, or a Joint Power Authority (JPA) whose governing boards have elected to act as Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) to purchase and sell electricity on behalf of utility customers within their service area(s) or the Kings River Conservation District, the Sonoma County Water Agency, and any California public agency possessing statutory authority to generate and deliver electricity at retail within its designated jurisdiction. Under CCA Service, a CCA is solely responsible for procuring and providing for their customers’ electric power needs (including ancillary services), ensuring resource adequacy and renewable portfolio requirements, and scheduling and settling with the CAISO. CCAs are required to meet certain requirements with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), in addition to meeting financial and technical requirements with us. The documentation contained within the CCA pages provides information a CCA needs to enroll and operate within our territory.
This site will be continually updated to provide you with the most current SCE CCA business and operation methods and tools.
Get information on instructions and establishment forms.
Get information on the daily operations.
Market & Regulatory Information
Use the links below to view ours and the Cal-ISO’s current status updates and capacity news.
Active Demand Response events and event history lookup for both residential and commercial accounts.
Current system status notices (i.e., Alerts, Warning, Stage 1, etc.).
Current load and peak demand levels, and next day peak demand forecasts.
Contact Customer Choice Services
We have designated personnel to help CCAs open accounts, transmit and test data, and perform on-going account maintenance. To help us help you better, please review the contact information below prior to contacting us.
You can contact the CCA Support Center via voicemail, fax or e-mail 24 hours a day and receive a response within 24 hours if your request is made during normal business hours.
CCA Support Center is open:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (PST)
Southern California Edison
Customer Choice Services
6020 N. Irwindale Ave., Suite I
Irwindale, CA 91702-3264