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Report Examines Exit Fees for California Choice Customers

July 28,2017

A report by the Center for Climate Protection examines the supply procurement practices of the California IOUs and attendant exit fees on customers departing utility supply, including through community choice aggregation

The report makes various recommendations intended to reduce the exit fees, currently assessed via the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment, or PCIA

See the report here

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