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    California PUC Issues Decision Correcting Errors Involving Energy Efficiency Rolling Portfolios


    May 26, 2022 - Targeted News Service

     

      SAN FRANCISCO, California, May 26 (TNSsro) -- The California Public Utilities Commission issued the following decision correcting errors (Case No. 22-05-016):

      BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

      Order Instituting Rulemaking Concerning Energy Efficiency Rolling Portfolios, Policies, Programs, Evaluation, and Related Issues.

      DECISION CORRECTING ERRORS IN DECISION 2109037 REGARDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY GOALS FOR 2022-2032

      1. Correction of Errors in Decision 21-09-037 This decision corrects errors in Decision (D.) 21-09-037, Decision Adopting Energy Efficiency Goals for 2022-2032, issued September 29, 2021. The tables on pages 19 through 21 of D.21-09-037 show incorrect numbers for the codes and standards goals applicable to each investor-owned utility (IOU).

      The incorrect numbers do not account for interactive effects; the correct numbers, as shown in the following tables, account for interactive effects, which is consistent with Commission policy for setting energy efficiency goals./1

      Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      Southern California Edison Company (SCE)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      2. Comments on Proposed Decision The proposed decision of Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Julie A. Fitch and ALJ Valerie U. Kao in this matter was mailed to the parties in accordance with Section 311 of the Public Utilities Code and comments were allowed under Rule 14.3 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure. The Commission received no comments to the proposed decision, and has not made any changes to the proposed decision.

      3. Assignment of Proceeding Genevieve Shiroma is the assigned commissioner and Julie A. Fitch and Valerie U. Kao are the assigned ALJs in this proceeding.

      Findings of Fact

      1. D.21-09-037 includes incorrect numbers for each IOU's energy efficiency codes and standards goals.

      Conclusions of Law

      1. D.21-09-037 should be corrected to show the correct energy efficiency codes and standards goals for each IOU.

      ORDER

      IT IS ORDERED that Decision 21-09-037 is corrected by:

      1. In the tables on pages 19 through 21, the energy efficiency goals of Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall be as shown in the following tables.

      Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      Southern California Edison Company (SCE)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)

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      Table

      [Link to table at bottom of document.]

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      2. Rulemaking 13-11-005 remains open.

      This order is effective today.

      Dated May 19, 2022, at Sacramento, California.

      ALICE REYNOLDS, President

      CLIFFORD RECHTSCHAFFEN

      GENEVIEVE SHIROMA

      DARCIE L. HOUCK

      JOHN R.D. REYNOLDS

      Commissioners

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      Footnotes:

      1/ The correct results are reflected in the Results Viewer,using the 2021 Avoided Cost Calculator vintage (https://bit.ly/2021PGViewerV3), Codes and Standards Breakdown tab and the following selections: Breakdown Category: Utility. Policy Scenario: Expected. Interactive Effects: C&S with Interactive

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      View tables at https://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M479/K826/479826194.PDF

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