The Clean Energy Alliance Board is holding a public hearing to receive public input on a rate adjustment proposed effective February 2, 2023.  The proposed rates are set to provide revenue sufficient to cover CEA’s costs, ensure financial stability and provide cost savings for CEA’s customers compared to SDG&E.  The rates as proposed offer an average saving between 2% – 25% for residential customers depending on the exit fee vintage the customer is enrolled in. View the average residential bill comparison. The proposed residential rate schedule and commercial rate schedule are available for viewing as well.

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Residential Rates

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Commercial Rates

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Joint Rate Comparison