The CAPUC announced this week that it will hold an informal public workshop on California customer choice to gather stakeholder input on electric market choice models. Speakers will include California stakeholders and electric market experts who will present “key insights to help guide the evolution of the regulatory framework for customer choice in California.”
California Customer Choice is defined as is defined as the range of options in electric markets among which a customer (individual or business) may choose. These choices include: electric service provider; rate plan; type of generation procured by provider to serve load; behind the meter grid assets to self-generate; participation in programs offering benefits to the customer for reducing and shifting load; and other accommodations supporting grid reliability, greenhouse gas reduction and operation of the electric system.
The public workshop is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on October 31, 2017.View this News Release (external link)