We know the way that PG&E displays Community Choice Aggregation (CCA's) data can be a bit confusing. PG&E supports mulitple programs, including Marin Clean Energy (MCE), Sonoma Clean Power (SCP), Clean Power SF (CPSF), Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE), and Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE). We provide the full cost data for these types of accounts, and here is how we handle them.
PG&E displays the delivery charges (from PG&E) and the generation charges (from the CCA) as two separate Service Agreement IDs (SAIDs) on a bill. While there are two SAIDs, there is only one physical meter at the service address, and it most often associated with the PG&E Delivery Charge SAID. You may also find the interval data with this SAID, and the CCA SAID will not have intervals since there is no physical meter.
Since PG&E lists the charges under two SAIDs, we do as well in our dashboard. The CCA charges will have "CCA" as the tariff, while the delivery charges will display the associated PG&E tariff, such as E-1 or A6. See the example below.
For the full cost data, you will need to combine the CCA generation charges and the PG&E delivery charges. Since we already parse the data out for you in a CSV file, all you will need to do is combine the data from the CCA SAID and PG&E Delivery Charge SAID with the provided CSV files.
Note too that we do not charge for services with a CCA tariff.
We hope this helps clear the air a bit. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to submit a help desk ticket.