State To Hold Meeting In Proceeding Studying Potential Adoption Of Opt-Out Municipal Aggregation, To Review Impact On Default Service Procurement, Consumer Protections
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The Connecticut PURA scheduled for September 28, 2020 a second Technical Meeting in its proceeding addressing PURA's study of community choice aggregation (Docket 20-05-13)
The purpose of the Technical Meeting is to review the electric distribution companies’ (EDCs) current procurement process and to better understand how CCA models adopted in other states might be applicable in Connecticut. The Technical Meeting will also address other issues related to CCA implementation, including consumer protection best practices. The Technical Meeting will serve as an opportunity for the participants to present additional information to assist the Authority in its study of CCA, and to discuss responses to written comments and interrogatories.
The Authority requests that the EDCs give a presentation on the procurement process for standard service and supplier of last resort service. The Authority invites the petitioners, and any other interested stakeholders, to present on the CCA models adopted in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and/or any other state with a deregulated electric market and operating under a regional transmission organization. In addition, the Authority requests OCC, and any other interested stakeholders, to present on consumer protection considerations and other CCA best practices relevant to Connecticut.