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SDG&E Floating Exit From Commodity Supplier Role

November 19,2018

San Diego Gas & Electric has recently requested that California legislators reduce its role in buying power for its customers, eventually reducing its power procurement responsibilities to "none", Voice of San Diego reports

A draft bill (click here) would transfer procurement obligations to a state entity

Moreover, such draft would task the state agency, or a contracted third party, with serving as Provider of Last Resort

With the City of San Diego and others pursuing opt-out municipal aggregations, the utility is facing large decreases in its bundled supply customer basis

"We think it makes better sense for SDG&E to eventually move out of the commodity role," Kendall Helm, SDG&E's vice president of energy supply, is quoted as saying by Voice of San Diego

"[We would like to begin discussions with you and your colleagues in the SDG&E delegation about introducing legislation that would allow us to begin planning a glide-path out of the energy procurement space," SDG&E wrote to lawmakers

See Voice of San Diego for more

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