Aug. 14 — The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is determining how ratepayers should compensate utilities for procured generation if they move to customer choice organizations. The latest development came on Aug. 2, when the CPUC issued a proposed decision that would redefine the charge CCAs and DAs have to pay when customers migrate to them from traditional investor-owned utilities. And the old-school power companies are not pleased.
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