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Title: CPUC Public Agenda 3294 Thursday, May 24, 2012, 9:00 a.m. San Francisco, CA


1
CPUC Public Agenda 3294 Thursday, May 24, 2012,
900 a.m. San Francisco, CA
Commissioners Michael R. Peevey
Timothy Alan Simon Michel Peter Florio
Catherine J.K. Sandoval Mark J. Ferron
www.cpuc.ca.gov
2
Public Comment
  • Per Resolution ALJ-252, any member of the public
    who wishes to address the CPUC about matters
    before the Commission must either sign up at the
    Commission's webpage section "Public Comment
    Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the
    meeting begins.
  • Public speakers must visit the Public Advisors
    table before the start of the meeting on the day
    of the Commission Meeting to ask our staff to
    mark their presence.
  • Once called, each speaker has up to 3 minutes at
    the discretion of the Commission President,
    depending on the number of speakers.
  • A sign will be posted when 1 minute remains.
  • A bell will ring when time has expired.
  • Those who sign up after 900 a.m. will only have
    1 minute.
  • The following items are NOT subject to Public
    Comment
  • Item 4, 9 24
  • All items on the Closed Session Agenda

3
Public Comment
  • Per Resolution ALJ-252, any member of the public
    who wishes to address the CPUC about matters
    before the Commission must either sign up at the
    Commission's webpage section "Public Comment
    Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the
    meeting begins.
  • Public speakers must visit the Public Advisors
    table before the start of the meeting on the day
    of the Commission Meeting to ask our staff to
    mark their presence.
  • Once called, each speaker has up to 2 minutes to
    address the Commission.
  • A sign will be posted when 1 minute remains.
  • A bell will ring when time has expired.
  • Those who sign up after 900 a.m. will only have
    1 minute.
  • The following items are NOT subject to Public
    Comment
  • Item 4, 9 24
  • All items on the Closed Session Agenda

4
Public Comment
  • Per Resolution ALJ-252, any member of the public
    who wishes to address the CPUC about matters
    before the Commission must either sign up at the
    Commission's webpage section "Public Comment
    Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the
    meeting begins.
  • Public speakers must visit the Public Advisors
    table before the start of the meeting on the day
    of the Commission Meeting to ask our staff to
    mark their presence.
  • Once called, each speaker has up to 1 minute to
    address the Commission.
  • A bell will ring when time has expired.
  • The following items are NOT subject to Public
    Comment
  • Item 4, 9 24
  • All items on the Closed Session Agenda

5
Agenda Changes
  • Items shown on the Consent Agenda will be taken
    up and voted on as a group in one of the first
    items of business of each CPUC meeting.
  • Items on Todays Consent Agenda are 1, 2, 3, 4,
    6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20,
    21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29 30
  • Any Commissioner, with consent of the other
    Commissioners, may request an item from the
    Regular Agenda be moved to the Consent Agenda
    prior to the meeting.
  • Items 46, 49, 51 55 from the Regular Agenda
    have been added to the Consent Agenda.
  • Any Commissioner may request an item be removed
    from the Consent Agenda for discussion on the
    Regular Agenda prior to the meeting.
  • Item 17 has been moved to the Regular Agenda.
  • Items 22, 45 52 have been withdrawn.
  • The following items have been held to future
    Commission Meetings
  • Held to 6/7/12 17, 27, 31, 31a, 31b, 34, 36,
    37, 40, 43, 44, 47, 48, 50, 53 56
  • Held to 6/21/12 5, 12, 38, 39, 39a 41

6
Regular Agenda
  • Each item on the Regular Agenda (and its
    alternate if any) will be introduced by the
    assigned Commissioner or CPUC staff and discussed
    before it is moved for a vote.
  • For each agenda item, a summary of the proposed
    action is included on the agenda the CPUCs
    decision may, however, differ from that proposed.
  • The complete text of every Proposed Decision or
    Draft Resolution is available for download on the
    CPUCs website www.cpuc.ca.gov.
  • Late changes to agenda items are available on
    the Escutia Table.

7
Regular Agenda Energy Orders
  • Item 32 11189 Amendments to Public Utilities
    Code Section 399.20 Enacted by Senate Bill 380,
    Senate Bill 32, and Senate Bill 2 1X and
    Petitions for Modification of Decision 07-07-027
  • R11-05-005 Order Instituting Rulemaking to
    Continue Implementation and Administration of
    California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program.
  • Ratesetting
    Comr.
    Ferron/ Judge DeAngelis
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Implements the amendments to Public Utilities
    Code 399.20 enacted by Senate Bill (SB) 380
    (Kehoe, Stats. 2008, ch. 544, 1), SB 32
    (Negrete McLeod, Stats. 2009, ch. 328, 3.5),
    and the more recent amendments enacted by SB 2 of
    the 2011-2012 First Extraordinary Session
    (Simitian, Stats. 2011, ch. 1) (SB 2 1X).
  • Adopts, among other things
  • A new pricing mechanism for the Commissions
    399.20 Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Program, referred to
    as the Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff or
    Re-MAT. Re MAT includes two principle
    components. First, a starting price based on the
    weighted average contract price of Pacific Gas
    and Electric Company, Southern California
    Electric Company, and San Diego Gas Electric
    Companys highest priced executed contract
    resulting from the Commissions Renewable Auction
    Mechanism auction held in November 2011. This
    starting price will apply to three FiT product
    types baseload, peaking as-available, and
    non-peaking as-available. Second, a monthly price
    adjustment mechanism that increases or decreases
    the starting price in each product type based on
    the market response. Finally, each accepted
    project will be paid a time-of-delivery
    adjustment based on the generators actual energy
    delivery profile and the individual utilitys
    time-of-delivery factors.
  • Several new or revised FiT Program components,
    including, among other things, increasing the
    maximum size of eligible facilities to 3
    megawatts, adjusting capacity allocations among
    the utilities, adopting project viability
    criteria, and excluding small electric utilities
    from the program.
  • Denies two petitions for modification of Decision
    07-07-027, the decision initially establishing
    the tariffs and standard contracts for utilities
    under 399.20, filed by Sustainable Conservation
    and by Solutions for Utilities, Inc.
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • Unknown.

8
Regular Agenda Energy Orders
  • Item 33 11256 Calculation of the Net Energy
    Metering Cap
  • R10-05-004 Order Instituting Rulemaking Regarding
    Policies, Procedures and Rules for the California
    Solar Initiative, the Self-Generation Incentive
    Program and Other Distributed Generation Issues.
  • Quasi-Legislative
    Comr. Peevey/ Judge Duda
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Clarifies that the term aggregate customer peak
    demand in the denominator of the equation to
    calculate the five percent Net Energy Metering
    cap, shall be defined as the highest sum of all
    customers non coincident peak demands that
    occurs in any calendar year.
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • Unknown.

9
Regular Agenda Energy Orders
  • Item 35 11288 Electric Program Investment
    Charge Purposes, Governance, and Funding
    Collections for 2013-2020
  • R11-10-003 Order Instituting Rulemaking on the
    Commission's own motion to determine the impact
    on public benefits associated with the expiration
    of ratepayer charges pursuant to Public Utilities
    Code Section 399.8.
  • Ratesetting

    Comr. Peevey/ Judge Fitch
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
    ----------------------------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Affirms the Commissions authorization in Phase 1
    of this proceeding for the Electric Program
    Investment Charge (EPIC) to provide public
    interest investment in clean energy for the
    benefit of electricity ratepayers.
  • Funding is authorized in the area of applied
    research and development, technology
    demonstration and deployment, and market
    facilitation.
  • The EPIC funds will be administered 80 by the
    California Energy Commission (CEC) and 20 by the
    electric utilities in the area of technology
    demonstration and deployment.
  • All funds will be administered under Commission
    oversight, with a proceeding at least every three
    years to consider investment plans presented by
    the administrators.
  • All administrators of EPIC funds will be subject
    to the same limits and requirements, including a
    10 cap on administrative expenditures, annual
    reporting requirements, and at least one
    independent review conducted by a consultant
    hired by Commission staff in 2016.
  • Collections authorized in Decision 11-12-035 in
    Phase 1 for 2012 shall be allocated to the EPIC
    budget in the same proportions as the funding
    authorized in this decision.
  • Sets limits on fund shifting.
  • Sets rules and expectations for periodic utility
    transfer of funds to the CEC.
  • Closes the proceeding.
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • 162 million annually from 2013-2020 from the
    ratepayers of Pacific Gas and Electric Company,
    San Diego Gas Electric Company, and Southern
    California Edison Company.

10
Regular Agenda Energy Resolutions and Written
Reports
  • Item 17 11302 Southern California Edison
    Company's Power Purchase Agreements With
    Fotowatio Renewable Ventures Regulus Solar, L.P.
    FRV Adobe Solar, L.P. and FRV Mojave Solar 4,
    L.P.
  • Res E-4500, Advice Letter 2563-E filed on March
    21, 2011 and Advice Letter 2563-E-A filed on
    January 26, 2012 - Related matters.
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Approves cost recovery for power purchase
    agreements between Southern California Edison and
    Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) Regulus Solar,
    L.P. FRV Adobe Solar, L.P. and FRV Mojave Solar
    4, L.P.
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • Actual costs are confidential at this time.

11
Regular Agenda Energy Resolutions and Written
Reports
  • Item 36 11153 San Diego Gas Electric
    Company's Twenty One
  • Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements
  • Res E-4466, Advice Letter 2268-E filed on July 6,
    2011 - Related matters.
  • --------------------------------------------------
    ---------------------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Approves cost recovery for twenty-one (21)
    long-term renewable energy power purchase
    agreements (PPA) between San Diego Gas Electric
    Company and Sol Orchard San Diego I LLC through
    Sol Orchard SanDiego 4 LLC, Sol Orchard San Diego
    6 LLC through Sol Orchard San Diego 10 LLC and
    Sol Orchard San Diego 12 LLC through Sol Orchard
    San Diego 23 LLC.
  • Approves the PPAs with modifications to cap at
    13.5 million the costs that ratepayers reimburse
    to the seller for distribution and transmission
    upgrades (network and reliability).
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • Costs of the PPAs are confidential at this time.

12
Resolution E-4466 (Agenda Item 36)
San Diego Gas Electric Company (SDGE) requests
approval of twenty-one renewable energy power
purchase agreements with Sol Orchard San Diego
(1-4, 6-10, and 12-23), LLC.
13
Contract Summary
Facility Resource Contract Terms Cumulative Capacity Total Annual Deliveries Location
Sol Orchard Projects (21 separate facilities) Solar PV 25 years 35-50 MW 76-120 GWh Various locations across SDGE service territory
  • Resolution E-4466 approves twenty-one solar PV
    contracts (1.5-5.0 MW each) with modifications.
  • Resolution E-4466 modifies the contracts to cap
    ratepayer exposure to transmission upgrade costs.

14
Sol Orchard 21 distributed Solar PV projects
  • The Sol Orchard Projects are divided into two
    groups
  • Sol Orchard I 15 individual projects (68
    GWh/yr) expected to COD 12/31/12
  • Sol Orchard II 6 individual projects (41
    GWh/yr) expected to COD 12/31/13
  • All twenty-one of these projects will be located
    in San Diego County, and will be interconnected
    at the distribution level.
  • Long-term deliveries from these projects expected
    to help SDGE meet its long-term compliance need
    in the third compliance period under SB 2 (1X)
  • Some of these projects may utilize Sol Focuss
    concentrated solar PV (CPV) technology.

15
Timeline of Sol Orchard contracts
  • December 2010 CPUC issued Decision adopting
    Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM) for projects
    1-20 MW.
  • April 12, 2011 Gov. Brown signed SB 2 (1X) into
    law.
  • April 2011 SDGE executed 21 PPAs with Sol
    Orchard for projects sized 1.5 to 5.0 MW.
  • July 2011 IOUs large-scale 2011 RPS RFO closed.
  • July 2011 SDGE filed AL 2268-E with the CPUC
    seeking approval of the 21 Sol Orchard PPAs.
  • October 2011 IOUs filed 2011 RPS RFO short-list
    with CPUC.
  • November 2011 1st RAM Auction closed.

16
Regular Agenda Energy Resolutions and Written
Reports
  • Item 36 11153 San Diego Gas Electric
    Company's Twenty One
  • Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements
  • Res E-4466, Advice Letter 2268-E filed on July 6,
    2011 - Related matters.
  • --------------------------------------------------
    ---------------------------------------
  • PROPOSED OUTCOME
  • Approves cost recovery for twenty-one (21)
    long-term renewable energy power purchase
    agreements (PPA) between San Diego Gas Electric
    Company and Sol Orchard San Diego I LLC through
    Sol Orchard SanDiego 4 LLC, Sol Orchard San Diego
    6 LLC through Sol Orchard San Diego 10 LLC and
    Sol Orchard San Diego 12 LLC through Sol Orchard
    San Diego 23 LLC.
  • Approves the PPAs with modifications to cap at
    13.5 million the costs that ratepayers reimburse
    to the seller for distribution and transmission
    upgrades (network and reliability).
  • ESTIMATED COST
  • Costs of the PPAs are confidential at this time.

17
Regular Agenda Legislative and Other Matters
  • Item 54 11244 Voice Over Internet Protocol and
    Internet Protocol Enabled Communications Service
  • SB 1161 (Padilla)
  • --------------------------------------------------
    ---------------------

This bill would prohibit the California Public
Utilities Commission from regulating Voice over
Internet Protocol and Internet Protocol enabled
service (IP enabled serviced providers unless
expressly provided otherwise in statute).
(Legislative Subcommittee Recommendation None).
18
Commissioners Reports


19
Management Reports
20
Regular Agenda Management Reports and
Resolutions
  • Item 57 11264
  • Executive Director Clanon Report
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------

Report on the California LifeLine Programs
Hello, Savings! Gold ADDY Award for Mixed Media
at the Fresno Advertising Federation's 2012 ADDY
Awards.
21
California LifeLine Programs Hello, Savings!
Campaign
Michael Amato Interim Director, Communications
Division California Public Utilities
Commission May 24, 2012
21
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Gold ADDY Award Winner
  • California LifeLine Programs Hello, Savings!
    campaign received a Gold ADDY Award at the 2012
    Fresno Advertising Federations ADDY Awards on
    February 24, 2012 (Mixed Media Category)
  • Campaigns elements Internet landing page,
    brochures, posters, banners, radio ads, bus ads,
    and TV ads
  • Campaigns collaborative team
  • JP Marketing (advertising company)
  • Richard Heath and Associates, Inc.
  • Communications Division
  • News and Public Information Office
  • Division of Ratepayer Advocates
  • Consumer Service and Information Division

23
Campaign Elements
  • www.hellosavings.org and www.hellosavings.ca.gov

24
Campaign Elements
  • Collateral
  • brochures
  • displays
  • posters
  • banners
  • presentation
  • template

25
25
26
Thank you! For Additional Information www.califo
rnialifeline.com www.hellosavings.org
http//www.youtube.com/watch?vPEyYA3mRmc8listU
UoDV-8KP0YzIQ-hyu9t-GZQindex5featureplcp
26
27
Regular Agenda Management Reports and
Resolutions
  • Item 57 11264
  • Executive Director Clanon Report
  • --------------------------------------------------
    --------------

Report on the California LifeLine Programs
Hello, Savings! Gold ADDY Award for Mixed Media
at the Fresno Advertising Federation's 2012 ADDY
Awards.
28
Regular Agenda Management Reports and
Resolutions
  • Item 58 11320
  • Report and Discussion by Consumer Protection and
    Safety Division on Recent Safety Program
    Activities
  • --------------------------------------------------
    -----------------------

29
Management Reports
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The CPUC Thanks You For Attending Todays Meeting
The Public Meeting is adjourned. The next Public
Meeting will be June 7, 2012, at 900 a.m. in
San Francisco, CA
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