Overview

Direct Access

Direct Access (DA) was suspended in September 2001.  Under the suspension, existing DA customers could continue in the program, but no new customers were eligible.  In October 2009, a new law provided for a limited re-opening of DA that SDG&E implemented in April 2010.  The limited re-opening is available only for non-residential customers and the amount of customer usage that can transfer to DA is capped.

Updated September 15, 2014

The SDG&E Total Load Allowance, 3,562 GWh, is fully subscribed.

The Y2014 Wait List for certified 6-Month Notices to Transfer to Direct Access Service (6-Month Notices) received during the April 2013 enrollment period, remains in effect until it expires December 31, 2014.

All certified 6-Month Notices to Transfer to Direct Access Service (6-Month Notices) received during the June 2014 enrollment period have been placed on the Y2015 Wait List.  The lottery process and the Wait List notification were completed July 30, 2014. The Y2015 Wait List will be effective January 1, 2015 and expire December 31, 2015.  For additional detail, see D.12-12-026 dated December 20, 2012.

The next Direct Access Enrollment Period will be held during the second full week of June 2015 to establish the Wait List for any DA load that may become available under the Overall DA Cap during calendar year 2016.

Learn more about Notice of Intent to Transfer

Learn more about Direct Access

Community Choice Aggregation

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a program that permits cities, counties, and other authorized entities, called Community Choice Aggregators to purchase and/or generate electricity for residents and businesses located within the boundaries of their jurisdiction.

Learn more about Community Choice Aggregation

Natural Gas Service Options

Natural gas customers have the option to purchase their natural gas supplies from gas service providers.

Information on Natural Gas Services and Programs (pdf)