Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregation statement
Access reference information for page four of the energy statement
Learn about the sections on page four of your Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregation Statement.
Our statement format
Learn more about the areas highlighted on the energy statement example:
24. Details of Marin Clean Energy Electric Generation Charges
View the following information in this section:
- The date range for billing days
- The address where the electricity is received
- Your service agreement ID
- Your Electric Energy Service Provider (ESP) Customer Service Number
Your service agreement identification is different from your account number. A service agreement documents your billing arrangement with PG&E. The agreement includes your rate plan, billing days, metering information and other factors. We use the factors to calculate your energy charges.
Your alternate ESP number is a unique identifier for the source that provides energy generation services.
25. Electric Generation
This section shows your electric generation totals during a given timeframe. PG&E provides you with energy transmission and distribution. Your ESP provides you with energy generation services. This section summarizes the charges from your ESP. Finally, the rate schedule identifies the type of utility service you receive and how PG&E calculates your bill.
26. ESP Message
Your ESP can choose to include a special message in this space.
27. Taxes and Fees
State and local governments may place taxes on your energy use.
28. Total ESP Charges
This section includes the total charges for your electric use, including any applicable utility users taxes.
29. Your Total Energy Usage
This section shows the total energy provided by your Direct Access or Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) provider during your billing period.
30. Contact your Energy Service Provider
PG&E provides you with energy transmission and distribution. View your charges on the previous page. Visit Direct Access and CCA Statement Page 5.