REVISED APPLICATION INFORMATION
**Upon review and approval of ESCO applications pursuant to the DEC 2019 Order, Staff will send each ESCO a revised eligibility letter. If additional documents or revisions to contracts are required, Staff will be in touch with you directly.**
Application Status Update Letter 1.21.2021
On December 12, 2019 the Commission issued an Order Adopting Changes to the Retail Access Energy Market and Establishing Further Process (Case 15-M-0127 et al). According to that Order, all ESCOs wishing to continue to serve mass-market customers are required to submit an updated Retail Access Application Form (RAAF) with all attachments by 3/11/2020. An Order on Rehearing, Reconsideration and Providing Clarification was issued on September 18, 2020, changing the application due date to November 17, 2020. ESCOs that do not intend to market to or enroll mass-market customers after the order goes into effect should fill out and submit the Attestation Regarding Mass Market Eligibility that is provided below.
Order Adopting Changes to the Retail Access Energy Market and Establishing Further Process
Order on Rehearing, Reconsideration and Providing Clarification Issued 9/18/2020
Order Addressing Petitions Green Gas and Home Warranty 1.21.2021
Notice Granting Extension Request issued February 4, 2021
Notice Granting Extension Request issued July 14, 2020
Notice Granting Extension Request issued April 7, 2020
Notice Granting Extension Request issued January 22, 2020
FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS
Updated Retail Access Application Form (RAAF) and Instructions Due by 11/17/2020
*Please be advised that the EDI Phase I application/letter of completion is not required for ESCOs that currently have eligibility with the Department.
Attestation Regarding Mass Market Eligibility
Notice of Stakeholder Meeting on February 26, 2020
Sample Mass Market Fixed Rate with 5% Price Cap
Sample Mass Market Combined Guaranteed Savings
Sample Renewable Electric Energy Sales Agreement
Resources for Determining Total Utility Supply Cost for Customer Savings Comparison
TRIENNIAL COMPLIANCE UPDATE
For any company that has a triennial filing due date that falls from November 17, 2020 through May 16, 2021, that has submitted a full application to serve mass market customers, you are exempt from filing a triennial. You are still required to submit a letter into DMM 14-02554 that states you have submitted a revised application in lieu of the triennial. If you have any material changes after you have filed the revised application, then you are still required to submit those changes as part of the triennial filing requirement. Additionally, if you submitted an attestation to serve large C&I customers only, you will not be exempt from filing your triennial at the current due date.
DATA SECURITY AGREEMENT (DSA) and SELF-ATTESTATION (SA)
On December 16, 2019, the Joint Utilities filed an updated Data Security Agreement (DSA) and accompanying Self-Attestation (SA) as required by the Commission's October 17, 2019 Order Establishing Minimum Cybersecurity and Privacy Protections and Making Other Findings. The Joint Utilities previously advised that the DSA would be sent to ESEs for execution shortly after it was filed. The utilities are sending the revised DSA for execution over the next couple of days. The executed DSA, including the Self Attestation, should be returned to each utility by January 6, 2020. To expedite the process, the utilities are sending out pre-signed DSAs. The DSA and SA must be signed without changes or qualifications and will not be accepted or valid if such changes and qualifications are made.
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