MEA Executive Officer Dawn Weisz said PG&E will reduce a fee it has been charging authority users. The Power Charge Indifference Adjustment, which compensates for the loss of PG&E's customers to the authority, will be lessened beginning July 1.
But because the PCIA fee is being reduced, not eliminated, authority customers will continue to pay a bit more for their electricity than PG&E customers. Weisz said the authority's average residential customer can expect to pay approximately $2.50 more per month than with PG&E's generation supply.
PG&E will also be raising its generation rate for residential customers. See the IJ article for more details.