Direct Access service is currently capped at the authorized maximum annual total giga-watt hours.
PG&E will be accepting Six Month Notices to Transfer to Direct Access Service (Forms No. 79-1117 and 79-1095, if applicable) from 9 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) June 10, 2019, until 5 p.m. PDT June 14, 2019. All accepted Six Month Notices will be entered into a lottery to determine their random numerical position on the 2020 Wait List for any load that becomes available.
If Direct Access load becomes available, customers on the 2020 Wait List (those who entered in the 2019 DA Lottery) may begin switching to DA Service in January 2020. Should DA load continue to be available under the Overall DA Load Cap, and depending on their 2020 Wait List position, customers may be eligible to switch to DA Service through December 2020.
PG&E's forms are now available in a fillable PDF format, which allows you to fill out the required fields directly into the form using your computer. Be sure to save your form before you start. When you're done you can then print your completed form(s), sign as required and submit the form(s). NOTE: If you'll be using our sample spreadsheet template, be aware that we have an updated version you’ll find under "Instructions," below.
NOTE: PG&E will only be accepting the August 3, 2018 version of the Six Month Notice to Transfer to Direct Access.
Only submit if applicable.
Customers or an authorized third party provider may submit Six Month Notices during the five business days beginning 9 a.m. PDT June 10, 2019, and ending 5 p.m. PDT June 14, 2019. All forms still require hand written signatures. We will not accept electronic signatures at this time.
Using Acrobat Reader, follow these helpful steps:
The 2020 Wait List will go into effect on January 1, 2020 and expire on December 31, 2020.
Yes. Your Wait List assignment is only good for one calendar year and customers must participate annually to receive a new Wait List assignment for the following calendar year.
The Six Month Notice to Transfer to Direct Access Service is a binding document. It may be rescinded within three (3) business days (of PG&E’s receipt) by contacting PG&E's Third Party Relations Team at 415-973-6479.
A completed Six-Month Notice may cover multiple service acounts but they must all be for the same customer, under that customers’s Federal Tax Identification Number (FTIN) or other PG&E customer identifiers.
No. Since these are binding documents, the dates provided on the Six Month Notice and Customer Authorization Form must be appropriate for the current submission period. PG&E will not accept any Six Month Notice with a date of July 1, 2018 or earlier.
The customer will have fifteen (15) business days to accept or decline the DA transfer opportunity, without penalty. If the Customer declines the opportunity, the Six Month Notice will be removed from the 2019 Wait List and the SA IDs will remain on PG&E's bundled service.