Becoming an SDG&E Energy Service Provider
We provide this information to assist electric suppliers who are interested in providing services in SDG&E’s service territory.
For Electric Service Providers
Overview of Requirements
ESPs that plan to provide Direct Access services in SDG&E’s service territory must enter into an ESP Service Agreement with SDG&E that defines terms and conditions under which an ESP can provide Direct Access services.
Service providers will demonstrate their credit worthiness by one of the following methods.
Credit evaluation - ESPs will have their credit evaluated and current credit rating of Baa2 or higher from Moody’s, BBB, Standard and Poor’s, Fitch, or Duff & Phelps.
Security deposit - The ESP may submit and maintain a cost-based security deposit in lieu of submitting to or being qualified under a creditworthiness evaluation.
Community Choice Aggregation
Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) es un programa que les permite a las ciudades, los condados y a otras entidades autorizadas, denominadas Community Choice Aggregators, comprar o generar electricidad para residentes y empresas ubicados dentro de los límites de su jurisdicción.
The California Public Utilities Commission established the following set of rules and tariffs that govern the relationship between San Diego Gas & Electric and Community Choice Aggregators.
SDG&E Quarterly and Annual Shareholder Funding Report
For Gas Service Providers
For information about access to SoCalGas Envoy electronic bulletin board, please visit Envoy.
Email Customer Choice at [email protected] about becoming an Energy Service Provider.