Phase 2 Pilot Enrollment ended April 30, 2017

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has directed Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), along with Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas and Electric, to implement a two-phased pilot program to develop the ability for residential and commercial customers to separately measure the electricity used to charge their electric vehicles (EV) through third-party or customer-owned submeters. This will allow PG&E customers to have their electric vehicle charges billed at a different rate than their residences or businesses. 


The Phase 2 Pilot duration is 14.5 months starting January 16, 2017 and ending on April 30, 2018. The customer enrollment period is for the first 3.5 months of the Pilot or until the maximum of 500 submeters is reached, whichever is earlier. Once enrolled in the Pilot, you’ll be eligible to participate for up to 12 consecutive billing cycles; however, you may choose to un-enroll at any time. Once you un-enroll or your participation expires, your EV charging usage will be billed along with all other usage at your current rate.


Contact information for approved MDMAs can be found below:


Newonda Nichols
Program Manager, Utility Solutions
Phone:  (669) 237-3375


Electric Motor Werks, Inc.
Phone: (844) 584-2329


Kitu Systems
Sukunthy Pan
Phone: (619) 569-2211

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