The California Public Utilities Commission will hold a community forum in San Diego to discuss and answer questions about the CPUC’s July 2015 decision to significantly change residential electricity rates, including the requirement that starting in 2019, all residential customers will be offered time-of-use rates as a default.
The forum is at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, at The Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid Ave., San Diego.
The CPUC’s July 2015 decision is intended to create a smooth transition of the state’s residential electricity rates to a more effective and cost-based structure, empowering consumers with more opportunities to conserve, and promoting resource optimization and grid reliability.
At the forum, the CPUC will discuss time-of-use rates, the transition from four- to two-rate tiers, the economic and environmental benefits of these new rates, and the CPUC’s plans to work closely with utilities and communities throughout California to ensure that consumers are ready for these changes.
For more information, visit www.cpuc.ca.gov and click on “Rate Design Forums” under “News & Updates” in the sidebar.
For more information on the CPUC’s rate design decision, visit http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M153/K072/153072586.PDF.