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Public Utilities Commission of the State of California

Timothy J. Sullivan, Executive Director

 

 

Headquarters

Southern California Office

505 Van Ness Avenue

320 West 4th Street, Suite 500

San Francisco, CA  94102

Los Angeles, CA  90013

(415) 703-2782

(213) 576-7000

 

 

Website:  http://www.cpuc.ca.gov

Calendar Archive:  prior to year 2000 http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/daily_calendar_archive/

Search calendars published since July 2000

 

 

Daily Calendar

Friday, August 11, 2017

 

 

·         Commission Meetings

·         Notices

·         Public Meetings and Workshops

·         Notice of Draft Resolutions (PU Code § 311(g))

·         New Filings

·         Petitions for Modification and Applications for Rehearing

·         Proposed Decisions/Alternates/Presiding Officer’s Decisions/Arbitrator’s Reports

·         Advice Letter Filings

·         Miscellaneous Transportation Items

·         Miscellaneous Communications Matters

·         Table of Submission Dates for the Preceding Two Weeks

·         Changes to Hearing Calendar

·         Hearings

·         Notice of All-Party Meetings (PU Code §1701.3(c))

 

 

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·         Resolution ALJ 176-3402 regarding ratification of preliminary determinations of category and notice of assignment is included in this calendar.

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The Commission’s policy is to schedule hearings (meetings, workshops, etc.) in locations that are accessible to people with disabilities.

The CPUC encourages all Californians to participate in its meetings, hearings, workshops, and proceedings.  We try to hold our public meetings only in places that are wheelchair accessible and which can accommodate specialized equipment and other services useful to people with disabilities.  Please see the notice of the meeting you wish to attend for more specifics.

If you plan to attend and need specialized accommodations for a particular meeting that are not listed in the notice, request them from the Public Advisor’s Office at least three business days in advance of the meeting.  Contact the Public Advisor’s Office by any one of the following:

             Email:      public.advisor@cpuc.ca.gov
             toll-free:  1-866-849-8390
             Voice:     415-703-2074

FAX:  415-355-5404  (Attn.:  Public Advisor)
TTY:  1-866-836-7825 (toll-free)
           1-415-703-5282


REGULAR COMMISSION BUSINESS MEETINGS

 

August 24, 2017

9:30 am

San Francisco, CA

September 14, 2017

9:30 am

San Francisco, CA

September 28, 2017

9:30 am

San Diego, CA

 

COMMISSION RATESETTING DELIBERATIVE MEETINGS
(Not Open to the Public)

 

Ratesetting Deliberative Meeting dates are reserved as noted but will only be held if there are ratesetting matters to be considered.

 

August 21, 2017

10:00 am

San Francisco, Room 5305

September 11, 2017

10:00 am

San Francisco, Room 5305

September 25, 2017

10:00 am

San Francisco, Room 5305

 

OTHER COMMISSION MEETINGS

 

NONE

 

NOTICES

Charge for Commission Documents

To purchase Commission documents, there is a charge of 20 cents a printed page (postage prepaid) with a minimum purchase of $2.00.

Commission Resources Available for Rental

The auditorium, hearing rooms, and training room at the headquarters of the California Public Utilities Commission, located at 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California, are available for rent.  Further information about requirements and fees can be obtained by contacting Scott Finger (415) 703-1641.

 

 

PUBLIC MEETINGS & WORKSHOP NOTICES

 

“The below notices having been duly noticed in the Daily Calendar and along with the requisite ruling, scoping memo or other order issued in the specific proceedings satisfy the requirements of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure Rule 8.1(c) such that no ex parte communication shall be considered to occur should a decisionmaker or an advisor be present at the meeting or workshop.”

Public Meeting Notice: Meeting of the Legislative Subcommittee of the Low Income Oversight Board

August 11  2017

1pm – 3 pm

 

Community Services and Development

Shriver Room or Chavez Conference Room

2389 Gateway Oaks Drive, Suite 100

Sacramento, CA 95833

 

Alternate Public and Teleconferenced Locations:

 

Board Member Benito Delgado-Olson

SupplyBank.Org

1st Floor Main Conference Center

7730 Pardee Lane

Oakland, CA 94621

 

To Join by phone:

Call-in number: 1-866-630-5989

Participant Code: 3362110#

 

AGENDA:

I.  Welcome and Introductions; II. Review of Guiding Principles for Subcommittee; III. LIOB presentation on recommended bills ·AB 523  ·AB 797 ·AB 803 ·AB 1082 ·SB 598 ·AB 1070 ·SB 700 ·SB 692 ·AB 1431; IV. Public Comment; V. Discussion on Recommendations to the full LIOB; V. Conclusion / Next Steps

This is a public meeting.  Interested parties may attend in person or via teleconference.  If any accommodations are needed, please contact Zaida Amaya at (916) 928-4702.  Requests should be made as soon as possible but at least 5 days prior to the scheduled meeting.  Notice of the Legislative Subcommittees of the Low Income Oversight Board meeting can be accessed at: www.liob.org  The above meeting notice have been or will sent to all parties on the service lists of Applications A.14-11-007, et al; and A.15-02-001, et al, And solely for the purposes of Commission's Ex Parte Communication Requirements, this notice will be deemed a functional equivalent of the notice pursuant to Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure, Rule 8.3 (c)(1) for the proceedings A.14-11-007, et al;  and A.15-02-001, et al;

Members of the Low Income Oversight Board who are not members of these committees may attend the meeting only as observers

(UPDATED) Public Workshop Notice: R.16-02-007 Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) Modeling Advisory Group – California Energy Systems for the 21st Century (CES-21) Grid Integration Flexibility Metrics Project Final Report Presentation – (Revised as of 7/25/2017)

August 15, 2017
2 pm – 4 pm

California Public Utilities Commission – Auditorium

505 Van Ness Avenue, (Corner of Van Ness Avenue and McAllister St.)

San Francisco, CA 94102

 

(Wheelchair Accessible)

 

To Listen By Phone

Participant Call in: 1-866-742-6186
Participant Code: 7035289#

 

To Join Web Conference

https://van.webex.com/van/j.php?MTID=ma9cd775ec862b3711f43a231366ecfe9

Meeting Number: 741 695 895

Meeting Password: !Energy1

AGENDA

The purpose of this workshop is for the California Energy Systems for the 21st Century (CES-21) research and development program to present its final report on the Grid Integration Flexibility Metrics and Standards project.  This project uses the Strategic Energy Risk Valuation Model (SERVM) to assess the reliability and operational flexibility of California’s electric system.  It is being presented to the Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) proceeding’s Modeling Advisory Group as a possible analytical tool for evaluating the reliability of system portfolios under consideration in the IRP proceeding.

CES-21 is a public-private collaborative research and development effort between Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and authorized by Commission Resolution E-4677. For more information about this workshop, please contact: Patrick Young, patrick.young@cpuc.ca.gov.

Public Workshop Notice: R.13-11-005 - Track 2 Working Group Meeting

August 16, 2017
10 am – 4 pm

Embassy Suites LAX

1440 E. Imperial Avenue

El Segundo, CA 90245

 

To join by phone

Call-in number: (669) 224-3412

Access Code: 497-119-717

 

To join online meeting:

 click here: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/497119717

 

AGENDA

The Energy Division, Energy Efficiency Branch of the California Public Utilities Commission staff will hold the Track 2 Working Group (T2WG) meeting on August 16, 2017 to:

(1)     Review and clarify stakeholders’ comments and recommendations on the Working Group’s next to last draft recommendations report  to Energy Division staff as directed in Resolution E-4818 Ordering Paragraph 25 to:

a.       Consider and recommend clarifying policy for how to determine code baseline as they address issues related to industry standard practice.

b.       Develop qualification standards and documentation requirements to identify a small-sized business customer.

c.        Develop qualification standards and documentation requirements to identify repair eligible and repair indefinitely measure types.

d.       Develop recommendations for what should constitute Tier 1 and Tier 2 Preponderance of Evidence requirements.

(2)     Updates and next steps to address per Decision 16-08-019:

a.       Custom review process streamlining

b.       Development and application of Industry Standard Practice determinations

Although a quorum of Commissioners and/or their staff may be in attendance or be on the telephone, no official CPUC action will be taken at this event.   The agenda for this meeting is forthcoming and will be posted at the T2WG website at: http://t2wg.cadmusweb.com/.  For those unable to attend in person, a webinar and a call-in number are provided. 

If you wish to participate, but are unable to attend in-person or by telephone, please email t2wg@cadmusgroup.com to get on the T2WG email distribution list.

Webinar - Public Meeting Notice:  R.13-11-007 - Vehicle-Grid Integration Communications Protocol Working Group Meeting Schedule

August 21, 2017
8:30 am – 11:30 am

To Join the Web Conference:
Click here: https://energy.webex.com;

Meeting ID : 925 866 516


Details about location and remote access options for each meeting will be posted in advance at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi

 

AGENDA
The Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) Communication Protocol working group, which is designed to inform the Commission’s rulemaking under R.13-11-007 and related proceedings, will meet according to the above schedule.

Any changes to the schedule will be noticed on the Daily Calendar, including updates on locations for the all-day meetings. A current schedule will also be available at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

Background

The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and other State agencies convened this working group to assess how and whether the adoption of a communications protocol is necessary to enable Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) resources to more economically participate in electricity markets at scale.

Participants of the working group will identify and assess opportunities in which VGI can create value from multiple market participants’ perspectives, communication protocols needed to deliver that value, and concepts for how utilities, automakers, electric vehicle service providers, aggregators, and others can develop pathways to market for a VGI resource.

The working group will allow participants to review, understand, and discuss the technical details of existing communication protocols. The recommendations of the working group will be considered and incorporated in CPUC’s Rulemaking 13-11-007 (and/or the SB 350 Transportation Electrification applications A.17-01-020, A.17-01-021 and A.17-01-022) and the Energy Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding for future policy decisions. Anyone interested in participating in the VGI Working Group should contact Amy Mesrobian (amy.mesrobian@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-3175) or Carrie Sisto (cs8@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-2872).

Public Meeting Notice – California High Cost Fund B – Administrative Committee

August 30, 2017

10:30 am – 12 noon

California Public Utilities Commission, Room #3204
505 Van Ness Avenue,(Corner of Van Ness Ave and McAllister St.)
San Francisco, CA  94102

AGENDA

The public meeting of the California High Cost Fund (CHCF) B Administrative Committee (AC) will be held on Wednesday, August 30, 2017, at the above location, on the following items:  (1) Introductions; (2) Public Comments; (3) Review and Approval of Minutes of the previous meetings; (4) Liaison Staff Reports: (a) Fiscal report; (b) Legal report; (c) CD Staff ; (5) Other Administrative Matters; (6) Announcements; (7) New Agenda items for next meeting; (8) Date and Time for next meeting. The contact person for this meeting is Richard Maniscalco at (415) 703-2005.

Public Meeting Notice:  California High Cost Fund A – Administrative Committee Meeting

August 31, 2017
10 am  – 12 pm

California Public Utilities Commission, Room 3204
505 Van Ness Avenue, (Corner of Van Ness Ave and McAllister St)
San Francisco, CA  94102

 

Alternate Public and Teleconferenced Locations:

 

Junipero Serra State Office Building
320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
(Corner of West 4th Street and Broadway Street)
Los Angeles, CA  90013

 

Mammoth Lakes

Mono County CAO Conference Room

Sierra Center Mall

452 Old Mammoth Road

Mammoth Lakes, California 93546

 

AGENDA

1) Introduction; 2) Approval of June 22, 2017, Meeting Minutes; 3) Administrative Services report: CHCF-A Financial Report; 4) Liaison Reports: a) Communications Division report;   b) Legal Division report; 5) Public Comments; 6) Future Meeting Date; 7) Adjournment. For questions about this meeting, please contact:  Michael Coen via e-mail at michael.coen@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2628.

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding the Development of Fire-Threat Maps

August 31, 2017
2 pm – 2:30 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  60090

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Peer Develop Panel (PDP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of Fire Map 2 in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the PDP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the PDP is working toward, and whether the PDP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding Development of Proposed Fire-Safety Regulations

August 31, 2017
2:30 pm – 3 pm

To Listen by phone:
Conference phone line:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  61266

 

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Fire-Safety Technical Panel (FSTP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of proposed fire-safety regulations in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the FSTP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the FSTP is working toward, and whether the FSTP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Webinar - Public Meeting Notice:  R.13-11-007 - Vehicle-Grid Integration Communications Protocol Working Group Meeting Schedule

September 5, 2017

8:30 am – 11:30 am

To Join Web Conference:
Click here: https://energy.webex.com;

Meeting ID: 925 866 516

Details about location and remote access options for each meeting will be posted in advance at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

 

AGENDA
The Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) Communication Protocol working group, which is designed to inform the Commission’s rulemaking under R.13-11-007 and related proceedings, will meet according to the above schedule.

Any changes to the schedule will be noticed on the Daily Calendar, including updates on locations for the all-day meetings. A current schedule will also be available at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

Background

The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and other State agencies convened this working group to assess how and whether the adoption of a communications protocol is necessary to enable Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) resources to more economically participate in electricity markets at scale.

Participants of the working group will identify and assess opportunities in which VGI can create value from multiple market participants’ perspectives, communication protocols needed to deliver that value, and concepts for how utilities, automakers, electric vehicle service providers, aggregators, and others can develop pathways to market for a VGI resource.

The working group will allow participants to review, understand, and discuss the technical details of existing communication protocols. The recommendations of the working group will be considered and incorporated in CPUC’s Rulemaking 13-11-007 (and/or the SB 350 Transportation Electrification applications A.17-01-020, A.17-01-021 and A.17-01-022) and the Energy Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding for future policy decisions. Anyone interested in participating in the VGI Working Group should contact Amy Mesrobian (amy.mesrobian@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-3175) or Carrie Sisto (cs8@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-2872).

Public Meeting Notice:  R. 13-11-007 - Vehicle-Grid Integration Communications Protocol Working Group Meeting Schedule

September 18, 2017
8:30 am – 5 pm

Sacramento, CA 94814

To Join Web Conference:

Click here: https://energy.webex.com;

Meeting ID: 926 148 357

 

Details about location and remote access options for each meeting will be posted in advance at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi

 

AGENDA
The Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) Communication Protocol working group, which is designed to inform the Commission’s rulemaking under R.13-11-007 and related proceedings, will meet according to the above schedule.

Any changes to the schedule will be noticed on the Daily Calendar, including updates on locations for the all-day meetings. A current schedule will also be available at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

Background

The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and other State agencies convened this working group to assess how and whether the adoption of a communications protocol is necessary to enable Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) resources to more economically participate in electricity markets at scale.

Participants of the working group will identify and assess opportunities in which VGI can create value from multiple market participants’ perspectives, communication protocols needed to deliver that value, and concepts for how utilities, automakers, electric vehicle service providers, aggregators, and others can develop pathways to market for a VGI resource.

The working group will allow participants to review, understand, and discuss the technical details of existing communication protocols. The recommendations of the working group will be considered and incorporated in CPUC’s Rulemaking 13-11-007 (and/or the SB 350 Transportation Electrification applications A.17-01-020, A.17-01-021 and A.17-01-022) and the Energy Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding for future policy decisions. Anyone interested in participating in the VGI Working Group should contact Amy Mesrobian (amy.mesrobian@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-3175) or Carrie Sisto (cs8@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-2872).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding the Development of Fire-Threat Maps

September 28, 2017
2 pm – 2:30 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  60090

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Peer Develop Panel (PDP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of Fire Map 2 in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the PDP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the PDP is working toward, and whether the PDP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).


Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding Development of Proposed Fire-Safety Regulations

September 28, 2017
2:30 pm – 3 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  61266

 

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Fire-Safety Technical Panel (FSTP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of proposed fire-safety regulations in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the FSTP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the FSTP is working toward, and whether the FSTP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Webinar - Public Meeting Notice:  R.13-11-007 - Vehicle-Grid Integration Communications Protocol Working Group Meeting Schedule

October 2, 2017
8:30 am – 11:30 am

To Join Web Conference:
Click here: https://energy.webex.com;

Meeting ID: 925 866 516

 

Details about location and remote access options for each meeting will be posted in advance at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi

 

AGENDA
The Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) Communication Protocol working group, which is designed to inform the Commission’s rulemaking under R.13-11-007 and related proceedings, will meet according to the above schedule.

Any changes to the schedule will be noticed on the Daily Calendar, including updates on locations for the all-day meetings. A current schedule will also be available at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

Background

The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and other State agencies convened this working group to assess how and whether the adoption of a communications protocol is necessary to enable Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) resources to more economically participate in electricity markets at scale.

Participants of the working group will identify and assess opportunities in which VGI can create value from multiple market participants’ perspectives, communication protocols needed to deliver that value, and concepts for how utilities, automakers, electric vehicle service providers, aggregators, and others can develop pathways to market for a VGI resource.

The working group will allow participants to review, understand, and discuss the technical details of existing communication protocols. The recommendations of the working group will be considered and incorporated in CPUC’s Rulemaking 13-11-007 (and/or the SB 350 Transportation Electrification applications A.17-01-020, A.17-01-021 and A.17-01-022) and the Energy Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding for future policy decisions. Anyone interested in participating in the VGI Working Group should contact Amy Mesrobian (amy.mesrobian@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-3175) or Carrie Sisto (cs8@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-2872).

Public Meeting Notice:  R.13-11-007 - Vehicle-Grid Integration Communications Protocol Working Group Meeting Schedule

October 16, 2017
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

San Francisco, CA 94102

To Join Web Conference:

Click here: https://energy.webex.com;

Meeting ID: 928 215 208


Details about location and remote access options for each meeting will be posted in advance at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi

 

AGENDA
The Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) Communication Protocol working group, which is designed to inform the Commission’s rulemaking under R.13-11-007 and related proceedings, will meet according to the above schedule.

Any changes to the schedule will be noticed on the Daily Calendar, including updates on locations for the all-day meetings. A current schedule will also be available at www.cpuc.ca.gov/vgi.

Background

The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and other State agencies convened this working group to assess how and whether the adoption of a communications protocol is necessary to enable Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI) resources to more economically participate in electricity markets at scale.

Participants of the working group will identify and assess opportunities in which VGI can create value from multiple market participants’ perspectives, communication protocols needed to deliver that value, and concepts for how utilities, automakers, electric vehicle service providers, aggregators, and others can develop pathways to market for a VGI resource.

The working group will allow participants to review, understand, and discuss the technical details of existing communication protocols. The recommendations of the working group will be considered and incorporated in CPUC’s Rulemaking 13-11-007 (and/or the SB 350 Transportation Electrification applications A.17-01-020, A.17-01-021 and A.17-01-022) and the Energy Commission’s Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) proceeding for future policy decisions. Anyone interested in participating in the VGI Working Group should contact Amy Mesrobian (amy.mesrobian@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-3175) or Carrie Sisto (cs8@cpuc.ca.gov or 415-703-2872).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding the Development of Fire-Threat Maps

October 26, 2017
2 pm – 2:30 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  60090

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Peer Develop Panel (PDP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of Fire Map 2 in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the PDP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the PDP is working toward, and whether the PDP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).


Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding Development of Proposed Fire-Safety Regulations.

October 26, 2017
2:30 pm– 3 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  61266

 

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Fire-Safety Technical Panel (FSTP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of proposed fire-safety regulations in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the FSTP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the FSTP is working toward, and whether the FSTP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding the Development of Fire-Threat Maps.

November 30, 2017
2 pm – 2:30 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  60090

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Peer Develop Panel (PDP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of Fire Map 2 in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the PDP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the PDP is working toward, and whether the PDP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding Development of Proposed Fire-Safety Regulations.

November 30, 2017
2:30 pm – 3 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  61266

 

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Fire-Safety Technical Panel (FSTP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of proposed fire-safety regulations in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the FSTP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the FSTP is working toward, and whether the FSTP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding the Development of Fire-Threat Maps

December 28, 2017
2 pm– 2:30 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  60090

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Peer Develop Panel (PDP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of Fire Map 2 in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the PDP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the PDP is working toward, and whether the PDP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

Telephonic - Public Meeting Notice:  R.15-05-006 - Status Report Regarding Development of Proposed Fire-Safety Regulations

December 28, 2017
2:30 – 3 pm

To Listen by Phone
Conference phone line
:  1-888-811-5020
Participant Code:  61266

 

AGENDA
this is a monthly telephonic meeting where the co-leads for the Fire-Safety Technical Panel (FSTP) will provide to the assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff a status report regarding the development of proposed fire-safety regulations in accordance with the schedule and procedures adopted by Decision 17-01-009.  The agenda for the meeting is for the FSTP to provide:  (1) A brief summary of progress to date (first meeting) or since the previous meeting.  (2) A succinct description of the next deliverable(s) and/or milestone(s) the FSTP is working toward, and whether the FSTP is on schedule.  (3) Opportunity for questions from the Assigned Commissioner, the Commissioner’s Advisor(s), assigned Administrative Law Judges, and/or Commission staff. 

As stated above, Commission decisionmakers and Advisors may participate in this telephonic meeting.  Parties and the public may listen to the meeting using the listen-only toll-free number and passcode provided above.  For questions regarding the monthly telephonic status meetings, please contact Martin Kurtovich at Martin.Kurtovich@cpuc.ca.gov or (415) 703-2623).

 

 

NOTICE OF DRAFT RESOLUTIONS
(Pursuant to PU Code § 311(g))

 

 

The Energy Division has prepared Draft Resolution E-4860 for the August 24, 2017 Commission Meeting.  This Draft Resolution approves an Agreement between Southern California Edison and O.L.S. Energy-Chino. Notice of this Draft Resolution has been sent to parties in the service lists. Any questions or comments should be directed to Melicia Charles at Melicia.charles@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M192/K534/192534919.PDF

 

 

The Energy Division has prepared Draft Resolution E-4876 for the August 24, 2017 Commission Meeting.  This Draft Resolution approves SCE’s request for a new Station Power Tariff for Energy Storage Devices in Compliance with D.17-04-039.  Notice of this Draft has been sent to parties in the service lists. Any questions or comments should be directed to Rachel McMahon at rachel.mcmahon@cpuc.ca.gov and Gabriel Petlin at gabriel.petlin@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M192/K276/192276892.PDF

 

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF INVESTIGATION RECORDS

 

Resolution L-539 authorizes disclosure of Commission records concerning all completed and currently open Commission investigations of incidents occurring at rail crossing U.S. DOT 749965G - CPUC Xing SCL-1231, located at Agnew Road, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County, California, Union Pacific Railroad Mile Post 41.6 of the Coast sub, once the investigations have been completed.  This resolution also authorizes disclosure of all current Commission records concerning the crossing that are not associated with investigations.

 

On July 25, 2017, the draft resolution was mailed, pursuant to California Public Utilities Code § 311(g) and Rule 14.5 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Comments shall be served no later than August 14, 2017, 2017 and reply comments shall be served no later than August 21, 2017.

 

Resolution L-539 will be on the agenda at the August 24, 2017 Commission meeting. The Commission may then vote on this draft resolution, or it may postpone a vote.

When the Commission acts on the draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare its own order.  Only when the Commission acts does the resolution become binding on the parties.

 

Finally, an original and two copies of the comments, with a certificate of service should be submitted to:

 

Fred Harris, Staff Counsel
Legal Division
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5040
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298
Telephone:  415-703-1557
E-mail:  fnh@cpuc.ca.gov; ah4@cpuc.ca.gov

 

 

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF INVESTIGATION RECORDS

 

Resolution L-540 authorizes the disclosure of records concerning the California Public Utilities Commission Safety and Enforcement Division’s investigation of an electrical incident that occurred at 1421 Goodenough Road in Fillmore, CA, on April 8, 2013.

 

On July 25, 2017, the draft resolution was mailed, pursuant to California Public Utilities Code § 311(g) and Rule 14.5 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Comments shall be served no later than August 14, 2017 and reply comments shall be served no later than August 21, 2017.

 

Resolution L-540 will be on the agenda at the August 24, 2017 Commission meeting. The Commission may then vote on this draft resolution, or it may postpone a vote.

 

When the Commission acts on the draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare its own order.  Only when the Commission acts does the resolution become binding on the parties.

 

Finally, an original and two copies of the comments, with a certificate of service should be submitted to:

 

Fred Harris, Staff Counsel
Legal Division
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5040
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298
Telephone:  415-703-1557
E-mail:  fnh@cpuc.ca.gov; ah4@cpuc.ca.gov

 

 

 

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS

 

 

Resolution L-541 addresses passenger carrier PSG0035198, Southern California Transportation & Tours, Inc., dba SoCal Charter, and authorizes disclosure of Commission records concerning all completed and currently open Commission investigations of incidents involving this passenger carrier, once the investigations have been completed.  This resolution also authorizes disclosure of all current Commission records concerning this passenger carrier that are not associated with investigations.

 

On July 25, 2017, the draft resolution was mailed, pursuant to California Public Utilities Code
§ 311(g) and Rule 14.5 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Comments shall be served no later than August 14, 2017 and reply comments shall be served no later than August 21, 2017. 

 

Resolution L-541 will be on the agenda at the August 24, 2017 Commission meeting.  The Commission may then vote on this draft resolution, or it may postpone a vote.

 

When the Commission acts on the draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare its own order.  Only when the Commission acts does the resolution become binding on the parties.

 

Finally, an original and two copies of the comments, with a certificate of service should be submitted to:

 

Fred Harris, Staff Counsel
Legal Division
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5040
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298
Telephone:  415-703-1557
E-mail:  fnh@cpuc.ca.gov; ah4@cpuc.ca.gov

 

 

 

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF INVESTIGATION RECORDS

 

Resolution L-543 authorizes the disclosure of records concerning the California Public Utilities Commission Safety and Enforcement Division’s investigation of a gas incident that occurred at 34197 Fremont Road in Kirkwood, CA on March 25, 2017, once the investigation is closed.

 

On July 25, 2017, the draft resolution was mailed to the attached service list, pursuant to California Public Utilities Code § 311(g) and Rule 14.5 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Comments shall be served no later than August 14, 2017 and reply comments shall be served no later than August 21, 2017.

 

Resolution L-543 will be on the agenda at the August 24, 2017 Commission meeting. The Commission may then vote on this draft resolution, or it may postpone a vote.

 

When the Commission acts on the draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare its own order.  Only when the Commission acts does the resolution become binding on the parties.

 

Finally, an original and two copies of the comments, with a certificate of service should be submitted to:

 

Fred Harris, Staff Counsel
Legal Division
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5040
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298
Telephone:  415-703-1557
E-mail:  fnh@cpuc.ca.gov; ah4@cpuc.ca.gov

 

 

 

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF INVESTIGATION RECORDS

 

Resolution L-544 authorizes the disclosure of records concerning the California Public Utilities Commission Safety and Enforcement Division’s investigation of an electrical incident that occurred at Ridgecove and Ridgegate Road in Ranch Palos Verdes, CA on April 14, 2015.

 

On July 25, 2017, the draft resolution was mailed, pursuant to California Public Utilities Code § 311(g) and Rule 14.5 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.  Comments shall be served no later than August 14, 2017 and reply comments shall be served no later than August 21, 2017.

 

Resolution L-544 will be on the agenda at the August 24, 2017 Commission meeting. The Commission may then vote on this draft resolution, or it may postpone a vote.

 

When the Commission acts on the draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare its own order.  Only when the Commission acts does the resolution become binding on the parties.

 

Finally, an original and two copies of the comments, with a certificate of service should be submitted to:

 

Fred Harris, Staff Counsel
Legal Division
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5040
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298
Telephone:  415-703-1557
E-mail:  fnh@cpuc.ca.gov; ah4@cpuc.ca.gov

 

 

 

The Communications Division has prepared Resolution T-17558 which will be on the Commission’s August 24, 2017 meeting agenda.  Resolution T-17558 proposes imposing fines on Voice over Internet Protocol (Digital Voice Service) service providers who have failed to comply with California Public Utilities Commission Public Purpose Program surcharge requirements in accordance with Public Utilities Code Section 285.   Any questions or comments should be directed to Miriam Sidney at miriam.sidney@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The Communications Division e-mailed the Notice of Availability letter for this resolution to parties in accordance with P.U. Code Section 311(g)(1). Instructions and timelines on the filing of opening and reply comments as well as the service list for this resolution are included in the Notice of Availability. 

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&DocID=192275588

 

 

The Communications Division has prepared Draft Resolution T-17575 for the August 24, 2017, Commission Meeting.  Resolution T-17575, if adopted, modifies rules for the California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) pursuant to Senate Bill (SB) 745.  SB 745 modifies the eligibility requirements for Broadband Public Housing Account (BPHA) grants to only publicly supported communities (PSCs) that are “unserved”.    SB 745 also extends the date by which remaining funds from the BPHA shall be transferred back to other CASF Accounts from December 31, 2016 to December 31, 2020.  In addition, SB 745 changes eligibility requirements for the CASF Rural and Urban Regional Broadband Consortia Account (Consortia Account) and makes modifications to the CASF program reporting requirements.  Any questions or comments should be directed to William Goedecke, at William.goedecke@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The web link is http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&DocID=191445664

 

 

The Energy Division has prepared Draft Resolution E-4881 for the September 14, 2017 Commission Meeting. This Resolution addresses modifications to Southern California Edison Company’s Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) Billing Fees pursuant to Senate Bill 594 (Wolk, 2012) and Resolution E-4665.  All questions or comments should be addressed to Kerry Fleisher at Kerry.Fleisher@cpuc.ca.gov and Scott Murtishaw at scott.murtishaw@cpuc.ca.gov.

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&DocID=193571901

 

 

The Communications Division has prepared a Draft Resolution T-17516 for the September 14, 2017, Commission Meeting which approves American Broadband and Telecommunications Company (U-4457-C) as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier and a California LifeLine provider in both the federal Lifeline and the California LifeLine programs throughout California. The Communications Division e-mailed the Notice of Availability letter for this resolution to parties in accordance with PU Code Section 311(g)(1).  Instructions and timelines on the filing of comments as well as the service list for this resolution are included in the Notice of Availability.  Any questions should be directed to Angel AhSam at aba@cpuc.ca.gov.


The web link is:  http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M193/K704/193704699.docx

 

 

The Communications Division has prepared Draft Resolution T-17571 which will be on the Commission’s September 14, 2017 meeting agenda.  Resolution T-17571 conditionally approves the Wireless Identification Registration Application of Republic Wireless, Inc., subject to the payment of past due surcharges and user fees including penalties and a fine for operating without authority.  The Communications Division e-mailed the Notice of Availability letter for this resolution to parties in accordance with P.U. Code Section 311(g)(1). Instructions and timelines for filing comments as well as the service list for this resolution are included in the Notice of Availability. Any questions or comments should be directed to Penney Legakis; email: penney.legakis@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M193/K570/193570079.doc

 

 

The Communications Division has prepared Draft Resolution T- 17568 for the September 14, 2017 Commission Meeting. Resolution T-17568 Denying Amended Application for Modification of Resolution T-17542 Submitted by MetroPCS California, LLC dba MetroPCS, and T-Mobile West LLC dba T-Mobile.  Any questions or comments should be directed to Devla Singh, devla.singh@cpuc.ca.gov

 

The Communications Division e-mailed the Notice of Availability letter for this resolution to parties in accordance with P.U. Code Section 311(g)(1). Instructions and timelines on the filing of opening and reply comments as well as the service list for this resolution are included in the Notice of Availability. 

 

The web link is: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&DocID=193303502

 

 

NEW FILINGS

 

08/09/2017

C.17-08-006 - City of Rolling Hills, Complainant vs. California Water Service Company (U60W) Defendant, for the following Orders, to wit: (1) to utilize prior customer information in order to determine the base allocation for those parcels belonging to persons who came to reside in the City following December 31, 2012; (2) provide an individualized water budget for these properties using aerial imagery and GIS analysis; and (3) reimburse these residents for any improper surcharges resulting from Defendant's inaccurate water-budget calculations and allocations during the entire surcharge period beginning in June 2015, based on the methodology in( 1) or( 2) above, that provides the highest water budget for these parcels. [HARD COPY FILING]

 

 

 

PETITIONS FOR MODIFICATION AND APPLICATIONS FOR REHEARING

 

NONE

 

PROPOSED DECISIONS * ALTERNATES * PRESIDING OFFICER’S DECISIONS * ARBITRATOR’S REPORTS

 

08/10/2017

R.15-12-006 - Order Instituting Rulemaking to Consider Staff Proposal Concerning Revision or Repeal of General Orders and Utility Reporting Requirements. Proposed Decision by Commissioner Picker.

 

 

 

ADVICE LETTER FILINGS

To inquire about a filing, call the Energy Division (703-1093), Communications Division (703-3052) or Water Division (703-1133).

To protest a filing, mail the original letter/telegram to the Chief of the appropriate division (i.e., "Chief, [Energy, Communications or Water] Division"), to be received no later than 20 days after the date the Advice Letter was filed.

"Effective TBD" means that the date is to be determined by further Commission action.  A date listed as "anticipated effective" may be subject to change.  An Advice Letter Supplement is not a new filing, and there is no protest period unless indicated.

08/02/17

Telecom 46826

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46827

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46828

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46829

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46830

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46831

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46832

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/02/17

Telecom 46833

Pacific Bell, Contract (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/03/17

Telecom 17

Air Voice Wireless, LLC, Modifications to existing California Lifeline Wireless service plans (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/03/17

Telecom 11

Peak Communications, Inc., Paper Bill Charge (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/03/17

Telecom 442-A

Sierra Telephone Company, Inc., Supplements A.L.No.442, Universal LifeLine Telephone Service Changes (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/04/17

Telecom 16

BCN Telecom, Inc., Asset Transfer Authority and Associated Fictitious Name Usage (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/04/17

Telecom 10

Network Billing Systems, LLC, Asset Transfer Authority and Associated Fictitious Name Usage (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/07/17

Energy 456G

West Coast Gas Company, Decrease in Rates at Mather Field (anticipated effective 08/07/17)

 

 

 

08/07/17

Energy 457G

West Coast Gas Company, Decrease in Rates at Castle (anticipated effective 08/07/17)

 

 

 

08/08/17

Energy 3872G

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Schedule G-CPX - Crossover Gas Procurement Service to Core End-Use Customers for Rates Effective August 10, 2017. (anticipated effective 08/10/17)

 

 

 

08/08/17

Energy 5121E

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Submits Notice of Construction, Pursuant to G.O. 131-D, for the Construction of Maple Creek-Willow Creek 60 kV Reliability Project in the County of Humboldt. (anticipated effective 09/07/17)

 

 

 

08/09/17

Energy 3873G

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Revisions to PG&E Gas Rules 1 and 21 pursuant to Decision (D.) 16-11-008 Revising General Order 58A to Comply with D.14-01-034 (anticipated effective 08/09/17)

 

 

 

08/09/17

Energy 3642E

Southern California Edison Company, Modification of Schedule Capacity Bidding Program in Compliance with Decision 16-06-029 (anticipated effective 12/21/17)

 

 

 

08/09/17

Energy 5175G

Southern California Gas Company, Emergency Local Service Zone Curtailment Effective July 31, 2017 through August 2, 2017 (anticipated effective 08/09/17)

 

 

 

08/09/17

Telecom 6

Assist Wireless, LLC, ETC (effective TBD)

 

 

 

08/10/17

Energy 3822G/5033E-B

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Supplements A.L.No.3822G/5033E, Request for Continuation of the Mobile Home Park Utility Upgrade Program in Compliance with D.14-03-021. (anticipated effective 04/16/17)

 

 

 

ADVICE LETTER SUSPENSIONS (Pursuant to M-4801, 04/19/01)


To inquire about a suspension, call the Energy Division (703-1093), Communications Division (703-3052) or Water Division (703-1133).

04/09/17

Energy 3053E

San Diego Gas & Electric Company. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional time is needed. Date suspension ends: 08/07/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

07/30/17

Energy 3861G

Pacific Gas & Electric Company. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional time is needed. Date suspension ends: 11/27/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

07/30/17

Energy 3862G

Pacific Gas & Electric Company. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional time is needed. Date suspension ends: 11/27/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

08/08/17

Energy 3053E

San Diego Gas & Electric Company. Automatic suspension extension. Date suspension ends: 02/05/18.

 

 

 

08/09/17

Telecom 182

Southern California Edison. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional information is needed. Date suspension ends: 12/07/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

08/10/17

Energy 80E

Liberty Utilities (CalPeco Electric) LLC. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional time is needed. Date suspension ends: 12/07/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

08/18/17

Water 1170

California-American Water Company. Initial suspension on the following grounds: additional time is needed. Date suspension ends: 12/15/17. Note: Initial suspensions will be automatically extended for an additional 180 days if the Commission has not issued an order regarding the advice letter by the date the first suspension period ends.

 

 

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS TRANSPORTATION ITEMS
Filings with Safety and Enforcement Division

 

NONE

 

MISCELLANEOUS COMMUNICATIONS MATTERS

 

NONE

 

A TABLE OF SUBMISSION DATES FOR THE PRECEDING TWO WEEKS

 

NONE

 

 

 

 

CHANGES TO HEARING CALENDAR

NEW SETTINGS

 

08/28/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kersten
Comr Randolph

A.15-08-027 (EH) - In the Matter of the Application Of Nextera Energy Transmission West, Llc for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Suncrest Dynamic Reactive Power Support Project,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

(Also August 29 – 30)

 

 

08/28/17
1:00 p.m.
ALJ Burcham
Comr Randolph

C.16-10-009 (EH) - Robert Meijer, Complainant vs. Sprint Telephony PCS, LP (U3064C), Defendant [for Refund Ordered in, and enforcement of, Commission Decision 10-04-016.],
San Diego State Building – Room B-107, 1350 Front Street, San Diego, CA  92101

 

 

08/31/17
2:00 p.m.
ALJ Wong
Comr Peterman

A.17-06-031 (PHC) - Application of PacifiCorp (U901E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Programs, Application of Liberty Utilities (CalPeco Electric) LLC (U933E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Proposals, Application of Golden State Water Company on behalf of its Bear Valley Electric Service Division (U913E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Proposals,
And Related Matters:
A.17-06-033
A.17-06-034
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

09/05/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ Yacknin
ALJ Kline
Comr Rechtschaffen

A.17-06-021 (PHC) - In the Matter of the Application of Southern California Edison Company  (U338E) for Authority to Lease Subsurface Land and Mineral Rights to Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc., a California Corporation,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

RESETTINGS – NONE

 

 

REMOVALS FROM CALENDAR – NONE

 

 

HEARINGS CONTINUED

 

ALJ Roscow

A.16-09-003 (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) for Approval of its 2016 Rate Design Window Proposals,
Evidentiary Hearing held and continued to August 11

HEARINGS CONCLUDED

 

ALJ Kelly

ECP – C.17-05-018 - Paul N. Miller vs. San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) (for Refund of $6.33 for Gas Service and of $95.45 for Electric Service [Total $101.78] between 09/15/2016 and 01/07/2017.),
Evidentiary Hearing in San Diego held and concluded

 

 

HEARINGS

 

 

Dates in parentheses following the word “also” are subject to change without notice.  The assigned Commissioner’s name is listed next to the proceedings as matter of record; the assigned Commissioner may not be present at the hearing.

 

(PHC) = Prehearing Conference

(WS) = Workshop

(OA) = Oral Argument

(PPH) = Public Participation Hearing

(STC) = Status Conference

(SEC) = Settlement Conference

(EH) = Evidentiary Hearing

(L&M) = Law & Motion

(CA) = Closing Argument

 

08/11/17
9:30 a.m.
ALJ Roscow
Comr Picker

A.16-09-003 (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) for Approval of its 2016 Rate Design Window Proposals,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also August 11)

 

 

08/11/17
10:30 a.m.
ALJ Tsen
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.16-04-018 (PHC) - Application of San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) for Approval of its 2017 Electric Procurement Revenue Requirement Forecasts and GHG-Related Forecasts,
And Related Matters:
A.16-05-001
A.16-06-003
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/14/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kelly
Comr Rechtschaffen

A.17-01-005 (EH) - Application of the San Diego Association of Governments for an order authorizing construction of two light-rail vehicle tracks grade separated above I-5 (South), I-5 (North) and grade separated below I-8, SR-52 in the City of San Diego, San Diego County, California,
And Related Matters:
A.17-01-005
A.17-01-006
A.17-01-007
A.17-01-008
A.17-01-009
San Diego Association of Government – Board Room, 7th Floor, 401 B Street, San Diego, CA  92101
(Also August 15 – 16)

 

 

08/14/17
2:00 p.m. &
6:00 p.m.
ALJ Cooke
ALJ Atamturk
Comr Peterman

A.16-06-013 (PPH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company to Revise its Electric Marginal Costs, Revenue Allocation and Rate Design. (U39M),
Bakersfield City Council Chambers, 1501 Truxtun Avenue, Bakersfield, CA  93301

 

 

08/15/17
2:00 p.m. &
6:00 p.m.
ALJ Cooke
ALJ Atamturk
Comr Peterman

A.16-06-013 (PPH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company to Revise its Electric Marginal Costs, Revenue Allocation and Rate Design. (U39M),
Stockton State Building – Auditorium, 31 E. Channel Street, Stockton, CA  95202

 

 

08/17/17
9:30 a.m.
ALJ Weatherford
Comr Randolph

A.15-07-019 (EH) - Application of California-American Water Company (U210W) for Authorization to Modify Conservation and Rationing Rules, Rate Design, and Other Related Issues for the Monterey District,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also August 18)

 

 

08/17/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kelly
Comr Rechtschaffen

ECP – C.17-05-018 (EH) - Paul N. Miller vs. San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) (for Refund of $6.33 for Gas Service and of $95.45 for Electric Service [Total $101.78] between 09/15/2016 and 01/07/2017.),
San Diego State Office Building – Room B-107, 1350 Front Street, San Diego, CA  92101

 

 

08/17/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Roscow
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.14-02-008 (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Compliance Review of Utility Owned Generation Operations, Electric Energy Resource Recovery Account Entries, Contract Administration, Economic Dispatch of Electric Resources, Utility Retained Generation Fuel Procurement, and Other Activities for the Period January 1 through December 31, 2013. (U39E),
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/17/17
1:00 p.m. –
5:00 p.m.
ALJ Houck
Comr Guzman Aceves

R.17-06-024 (WS) - Order Instituting Rulemaking Evaluating the Commission’s 2010 Water Action Plan Objective of Achieving Consistency between Class A Water Utilities’ Low-Income Rate Assistance Programs, Providing Rate Assistance to All Low – Income Customers of Investor-Owned Water Utilities, and Affordability,
Joe Serna Jr. – CalEPA Headquarters Building – Sierra Hearing Room (2nd Floor), 1001 I Street, Sacramento CA  95814

 

 

08/18/17
1:00 p.m.
ALJ Weatherford
Comr Randolph

A.12-04-019 (PHC) - Application of California-American Water Company (U210W) for Approval of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project and Authorization to Recover All Present and Future Costs in Rates,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/21/17
1:00 p.m.
ALJ MacDonald

K.17-06-002 (EH) - Citation Appeal of Randall Lee Rogers, dba Big Bear Moving & Redlands Moving, File: T-190858 from Citation CFP-5215 issued on March 9, 2017 issued by the California Public Utilities Commission, Case Number HHG 2483,
Redlands City Hall – City Council Chambers, 35 Cajon Street, Redlands, CA  92373

 

 

 

08/21/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ Allen
Comr Randolph

A.17-06-003 (PHC) - Application of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District to Construct a Grade-Separated Rail Over  Crossings and Under Crossings at Twelve (12) Intersections in the Cities of Pittsburg and Antioch, County of Contra Costa, State of California,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/21/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ Allen
Comr Randolph

A.17-06-004 (PHC) - Application of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (Bart) for an order to Construct one new grade-separated Crossing for the West access Bridge and Plaza Project for Pedestrian and Bicycle access to the Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station, across and over the tracks of the Union Pacific Railroad Warm Springs Subdivision near Mile Post 5.15 in the City of Fremont, County of Alameda, State of California,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/21/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ Colbert
ALJ Kenney
Comr Peterman

A.17-06-016 (PHC) - In the Matter of the Application of Southern California Gas Company (U904G) Regarding Year 23 (2016-2017) of Its Gas Cost Incentive Mechanism,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/22/17
9:30 a.m.
ALJ Miles
Comr Peterman

A.16-11-002 (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) for Approval of the Results of its Second Preferred Resources Pilot Request for Offers,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also August 23 – 25)

 

 

08/22/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kim
Comr Guzman Aceves

ECP – C.17-03-015 (EH) - Joe Bustard, Complainant vs Verizon Wireless (U3029C), Defendant [for Relief from Call Block Services],
Public Utilities Commission – Room 1250, 770 L Street, Suite 1050, Sacramento, CA  95814

 

 

08/24/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ DeAngelis
Comr Peterman

C.17-05-001 (PHC) - Poco Power, LLC, Complainant vs Pacific Gas and Electric Company (U39E), Defendant [for Relief from Inappropriate Application of REMAT Tariff.],
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/25/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Weatherford
ALJ Houck
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.17-01-001 (EH) - Application of Suburban Water Systems (U339W) for Authority to Increase Rates Charged for Water Service by $11,020,932 or 15.25% in 2018, by $6,148,017 or 7.38% in 2019, and by $5,543,562 or 6.20% in 2020,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/25/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ MacDonald
ALJ Kline
Comr Randolph

A.17-06-008 (PHC) - Application of Uniti Fiber LLC for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide Full Facilities-Based and Resold Competitive Local Exchange Service Throughout the Service Territories of AT&T California, Frontier California, Inc., SureWest Communications, and Citizens Telecommunications Company of California and Non-Dominant Interexchange Service within the State of California,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/28/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kersten
Comr Randolph

A.15-08-027 (EH) - In the Matter of the Application Of Nextera Energy Transmission West, Llc for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Suncrest Dynamic Reactive Power Support Project,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

(Also August 29 – 30)

 

 

08/28/17
10:30 a.m.
ALJ MacDonald
Comr Randolph

A.17-03-005 (PHC) - Application of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company (commonly known as BNSF Railway Company) to add a third track and connect to the existing third track Northwest and Southeast of the intersection of Rosecrans Avenue and Marquardt Avenue, Milepost 157.81, DOT#027656A, in the City of Santa Fe Springs, County of Los Angeles,
Junipero Serra State Office Building, 320 West 4th Street, Suite 500, Los Angeles, California  90013

 

 

08/28/17
1:00 p.m.
ALJ Burcham
Comr Randolph

C.16-10-009 (EH) - Robert Meijer, Complainant vs. Sprint Telephony PCS, LP (U3064C), Defendant [for Refund Ordered in, and enforcement of, Commission Decision 10-04-016.],
San Diego State Building – Room B-107, 1350 Front Street, San Diego, CA  92101

 

 

08/29/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Miles
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.17-05-006 (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) for Approval of Its Forecast 2018 ERRA Proceeding Revenue Requirement,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also August 30 – 31)

 

 

08/31/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Kao
Comr Randolph

A.17-04-025 (PHC) - Application of The City Of Saratoga for an order authorizing construction of an at-grade pedestrian, and bicycle  crossing  (CPUC No.001V-9.80-D) over tracks of the Union Pacific  (DOT  No. 924492L), providing connectivity between  Fredericksburg Drive and Guava  Court  in the City of Saratoga, County  of Santa Clara,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

08/31/17
2:00 p.m.
ALJ Wong
Comr Peterman

A.17-06-031 (PHC) - Application of PacifiCorp (U901E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Programs, Application of Liberty Utilities (CalPeco Electric) LLC (U933E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Proposals, Application of Golden State Water Company on behalf of its Bear Valley Electric Service Division (U913E) for Approval of its 2017 Transportation Electrification Proposals,
And Related Matters:
A.17-06-033
A.17-06-034
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

09/05/17
1:30 p.m.
ALJ Yacknin
ALJ Kline
Comr Rechtschaffen

A.17-06-021 (PHC) - In the Matter of the Application of Southern California Edison Company  (U338E) for Authority to Lease Subsurface Land and Mineral Rights to Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc., a California Corporation,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

09/06/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Hymes
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.17-02-005 (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Compliance Review of Utility Owned Generation Operations, Electric Energy Resource Recovery Account Entries, Contract Administration, Economic Dispatch of Electric Resources, Utility Owned Generation Fuel Procurement, Diablo Canyon Seismic Studies Balancing Account, and Other Activities for the Period January 1 through December 31, 2016 (U39E),
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also September 7)

 

 

09/11/17
2:00 p.m.
ALJ Houck
Comr Guzman Aceves

R.17-06-024 (PHC) - Order Instituting Rulemaking Evaluating the Commission’s 2010 Water Action Plan Objective of Achieving Consistency between Class A Water Utilities’ Low-Income Rate Assistance Programs, Providing Rate Assistance to All Low – Income Customers of Investor-Owned Water Utilities, and Affordability,
California State Personnel Board – Auditorium – Room 150, 801 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA  95814

 

 

09/13/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Bemesderfer
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.17-04-001 (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of SAN JOSE WATER COMPANY (U168W) for Authority to Adjust Its Cost of Capital and to Reflect That Cost of Capital in Its Rates for the Period from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020,
And Related Matters:
A.17-04-002
A.17-04-003
A.17-04-006
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also September 14 – 15)

 

 

09/18/17
9:30 a.m.
ALJ Houck
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.16-03-004 (EH) - Joint Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) and San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) For the 2015 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost Triennial Proceedings,
And Related Matters:

A.15-01-014
A.15-02-006
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also September 19 – 22)

 

 

09/25/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Cooke
ALJ Goldberg
ALJ Wong
Comr Peterman

A.17-01-020 (EH) - Application of San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) for Approval of SB 350 Transportation Electrification Proposals,
And Related Matters:
A.17-01-021
A.17-01-022
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also September 26- 29; October 2 – 4 and 6; and October 9 - 13)

 

 

10/10/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Houck
Comr Rechtschaffen

A.16-12-002 (EH) - Joint Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) and San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) For Cost Recovery Of The Wheeler North Reef Expansion Project Marine Mitigation Costs,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

 

10/17/17
9:00 a.m.
ALJ Yacknin
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.07-01-031 (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) for a Permit to Construct Electrical Facilities with Voltages between 50kV and 200 kV: Valley-Ivyglen 115 kV Subtransmission Line Project,
And Related Matters:
A.07-04-028
A.09-09-022
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also October 18 – 19)

 

 

10/24/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Houck
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.16-03-004 (STC) - Joint Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E) and San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) For the 2015 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost Triennial Proceedings,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

10/24/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Atamturk
ALJ Bemesderfer
Comr Guzman Aceves

A.16-12-010 (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of Southern California Gas Company (U904G) Requesting Reauthorization of the Customer Incentive Program,

Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

 

 

11/06/17
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Yacknin
Comr Peterman

A.16-10-019 (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company to Recover Costs Recorded in the Catastrophic Event Memorandum Account Pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 454.9(U39E),
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also November 7 – 11)

 

 

01/08/18
10:00 a.m.
ALJ Hecht
Comr Randolph

A.17-04-010 (PHC) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (U39E) for a certificate of public convenience and necessity to provide: (i) full facilities-based and resold competitive local exchange service throughout the service territories of AT&T California, Frontier California Inc., Consolidated Communications of California Company, and Citizens Telecommunications Company of California; and (ii) full facilities-based and resold non-dominant interexchange services on a statewide basis,
Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
(Also January 9 – 12)

 

 

 

NOTICE OF ALL-PARTY MEETINGS (PU Code § 1701.3(c))

(A quorum of Commissioners and/or their staff may attend All-Party Meetings noticed on the Daily Calendar.)

 

NONE

 

 

 

RESOLUTION REGARDING RATIFICATION OF PRELIMINARY DETERMINATIONS OF CATEGORY

 

For purposes of Rule 9.2(c), notice of the assignment is the day the assignments associated with this preliminary categorization document appears in the Daily Calendar following the Commission business meeting.

 

(08/10/17)

ALJ 176-3402

Ratification of preliminary determinations of category for proceedings initiated by application.  The preliminary determinations are pursuant to
Rule 7.1 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure.
Adopted.  The preliminary determination schedule is shown below.

 

PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION SCHEDULES
Resolution ALJ 176-3402 (08/10/17)

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENTS

 

 

 

NUMBER

 

TITLE

 

PROPOSED CATEGORY

 

PRELIM.
CATEGORY

 

 

HEARING

 

 

 

COMR

 

 

ALJ

 

A16-07-015*
Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Natural Resources Defense Council, Application of Southern California Edison Company (U338E), San Diego Gas & Electric Company (U902E) and the Natural Resources Defense Council for Rehearing of Resolution E-4792.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Guzman Aceves

Hecht/ Kao/ Simon

 

A17-07-003              Yuba Bus, LLC, Application of Yuba Bus, LLC for authority to operate as a Scheduled Passenger Stage Corporation between Points in Nevada City, and49 Crossing South Yuba River State Park, Nevada City, in the State of California.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Randolph

MacDonald/  ALJ Pro Tem Kline

 

*Resolution ALJ 176-3382 filed on August 18, 2016, left the Categorization/Need for Hearing pending until the time the Commission addressed the application and subsequently granted rehearing.  Decision 17-05-034 issued on May 25, 2017, granted Limited Rehearing of this application.

 

 

A17-07-004              SYNERGEM TECHNOLOGIES, INC., Application of Synergem Technologies, Inc. for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide Resold and Limited Facilities-Based Competitive Local Exchange and 911 Call Transport Telecommunications Services within California.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Rechtschaffen

Miles

 

A17-07-006              City of San Mateo, Application of the CITY OF SAN MATEO for an Order Authorizing Construction of two new grade separated vehicular underpasses and one pedestrian underpass at PCJPB MPs 19.92, 20.15 and 20.03 (DOT No. 973 108 V, 973 109C and 973 110W) in the City of San Mateo in the County of San Mateo.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Randolph

Ayoade/

ALJ Pro Tem Kline

 

 

A17-07-008              SQF, LLC, In the Matter of the Application of SQF, LLC for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide Full Facilities-Based Local Exchange and Interexchange Telecommunications Services within California.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Randolph

Atamturk



A17-07-009              Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, Application of the PENINSULA CORRIDOR JOINT POWERS BOARD, for an Order Authorizing Construction of a new grade separated pedestrian underpass at PCJPB MP 9.34 (DOT No. 973254B) in the City of South San Francisco in the County of San Mateo.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Randolph

Kelly

 

A17-07-010              Golden State Water Company, In the matter of the Application of the GOLDEN STATE WATER COMPANY (U133W) for an order authorizing it to increase rates for water service by $31,329,400 or 10.56% in 2019, to increase by $10,770,900 or 3.28% in 2020; and increase by $12,924,400 or 3.81% in 2021.

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Guzman Aceves

Kelly

 

 

A17-07-011              Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Authority to Establish the Wildfire Expense Memorandum Account. (U39E)

Ratesetting

Ratesetting

YES

 

Randolph

Kersten