"1. The customer does or can take pipeline delivery service directly from an interstate pipeline, a private pipeline, or an alternative fuel source, and such service does not in any way depend on services being provided by another CPUC-regulated Local Distribution Company (LDC), even if the customer still maintains a connection to that utility's facilities. If the customer is a new customer and the interstate or private service connections do not currently exist, the customer must verify through a legal declaration that such connections would be made, and service would not be provided by a California LDC, absent a connection to PG&E's transmission system; and

"2. The customer builds and is responsible for, maintaining the necessary facilities at the customer's cost to interconnect to the PG&E backbone transmission system, and to provide or pay for the meter set and other necessary special facilities charges. Connections to these customers will be done under the provisions of PG&E's Gas Rule 2, or another similar agreement." (Ex. 1, p. 18-7.)

103 PG&E is proposing a single electric generation class in Schedule G-EG, which would serve all electric generation. If this class is created, Schedule G-EG would serve those customers who currently take service under existing Rate Schedules G-EG and G-COG. 104 Rule 15 is entitled "Gas Main Extensions." 105 An exceptional case filing within the context of interconnections under PG&E's gas rules refers to a project that does not quite fit the terms and conditions of the provisions of the rule, and the applicant and PG&E may want to change some of the terms and conditions or provisions of the rule to better fit that interconnection. (R.T. 345.) 106 Gas Rule 16 is entitled "Gas Service Extensions."

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