CPUC Public Agenda 3279 Thursday, August 18, 2011, 9:00 a.m. 505 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco

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Open Comment. Per Resolution ALJ-252, any individual from people in general who wishes to address the CPUC about matters before the Commission should either join at the Commission\'s page area \"Public Comment Sign-Up\" or with the Public Advisor before the meeting starts. Open speakers must visit the Public Advisors table before the begin of the meeting upon the arrival of the Commission Meeting to ask

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CPUC Public Agenda 3279 Thursday, August 18, 2011, 9:00 a.m. 505 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco Commissioners: Michael R. Peevey Timothy Alan Simon Michel Peter Florio Catherine J.K. Sandoval Mark J. Ferron www.cpuc.ca.gov

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Public Comment Per Resolution ALJ-252, any individual from people in general who wishes to address the CPUC about matters before the Commission should either join at the Commission's site page area "Public Comment Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the meeting starts. Open speakers must visit the Public Advisors table before the begin of the meeting upon the arrival of the Commission Meeting to request that our staff stamp their nearness. Once called, every speaker has up to 3 minutes at the carefulness of the Commission President, contingent upon the quantity of speakers. A sign will be posted when 1 minute remains. A chime will ring when time has terminated. The individuals who join after 9:00 a.m. will just have 1 minute. The accompanying things are NOT subject to Public Comment: Items: 21 All things on the Closed Session Agenda

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Public Comment Per Resolution ALJ-252, any individual from people in general who wishes to address the CPUC about matters before the Commission should either join at the Commission's website page segment "Public Comment Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the meeting starts. Open speakers must visit the Public Advisors table before the begin of the meeting upon the arrival of the Commission Meeting to request that our staff check their nearness. Once called, every speaker has up to 2 minutes to address the Commission. A sign will be posted when 1 minute remains. A chime will ring when time has terminated. The individuals who join after 9:00 a.m. will just have 1 minute. The accompanying things are NOT subject to Public Comment: Items: 21 All things on the Closed Session Agenda

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Public Comment Per Resolution ALJ-252, any individual from general society who wishes to address the CPUC about matters before the Commission should either join at the Commission's website page segment "Public Comment Sign-Up" or with the Public Advisor before the meeting starts. Open speakers must visit the Public Advisors table before the begin of the meeting upon the arrival of the Commission Meeting to request that our staff check their nearness. Once called, every speaker has up to 1 moment to address the Commission. A chime will ring when time has terminated. The accompanying things are NOT subject to Public Comment: Items: 21 All things on the Closed Session Agenda

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Agenda Changes Items appeared on the Consent Agenda will be taken up and voted on as a gathering in one of the principal things of business of each CPUC meeting. Things on Today's Consent Agenda are: 1, 5, 7, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 & 32 Any Commissioner, with assent of alternate Commissioners, may ask for a thing from the Regular Agenda be moved to the Consent Agenda before the meeting. Things: 36, 37 & 41 from the Regular Agenda has been added to the Consent Agenda. Any Commissioner may ask for a thing be expelled from the Consent Agenda for examination on the Regular Agenda preceding the meeting. Thing: 16 has been moved to the Regular Agenda. Thing: None have been pulled back. The accompanying things have been held to future Commission Meetings: Held to 9/8/11: 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 18, 19, 34, 35, 38, 39, 42, 43 & 44 Held to 9/22/11: 6, 11 & 33

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Regular Agenda Each thing on the Regular Agenda (and its substitute assuming any) will be presented by the appointed Commissioner or CPUC staff and talked about before it is moved for a vote. For every motivation thing, a synopsis of the proposed activity is incorporated on the plan; the CPUC's choice may, nonetheless, contrast from that proposed. The total content of each Proposed Decision or Draft Resolution is accessible for download on the CPUC's site: www.cpuc.ca.gov . Late changes to plan things are accessible on the Escutia Table.

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Regular Agenda – Energy Orders Item #34 [10580] Modifications to the Commission's Self-Generation Incentive Program 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. Semi Legislative Comr Peevey/ALJ Ebke - - - - - - - PROPOSED OUTCOME: Implements changes to the self-era motivator program to conform to Senate Bill 412. Evaluated COST: None-program spending stays unaltered.

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Regular Agenda – Energy Resolutions and Written Reports Item #19 [10579] San Diego Gas & Electric Company's Two Renewable Energy Credit Purchase and Sale Agreements With Cabazon Wind Partners LLC and Whitewater Hill Wind Partners LLC Res E-4335, Advice Letter 2118-E documented on October 28, 2009, Advice Letter 2118-E-A recorded on June 2, 2011, and Advice Letter AL 2118-E-B documented on June 10, 2011 - Related matters. - - - - - - PROPOSED OUTCOME: Approves with adjustment cost recuperation for San Diego Gas & Electric Company's (SDG&E) renewable vitality credit buy and deal concurrences with Cabazon Wind Partners LLC and Whitewater Hill Wind Partners LLC. The Commission makes no assurance in this determination with respect to the buy and deal assentions order for the motivations behind their commitment towards SDG&E's Renewables Portfolio Standard consistence commitments. Evaluated COST: Costs of these buy and deal understandings are classified right now.

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Item Number 19: Resolution E-4335 SDG&E ask for endorsement of two renewable contracts with characterization as "packaged" items Energy Division August 18, 2011

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Contracts Summary Contracts are for Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) just from working wind ranches situated in California Energy from the offices is as of now under contract to California Department of Water Resources (CDWR) as per contracts executed amid California's Energy Crisis The RECs were excluded in the CDWR vitality contracts Energy Division suggests endorsement of the REC-just contracts.

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Classification of Contracts Resolution supports the agreements as REC-just items in light of ebb and flow Commission rules Pursuant to ebb and flow administers, the agreements are for REC items on the grounds that the agreements do exclude the acquisition of vitality a definitive grouping might be changed by the Commission because of the execution of new RPS program rules, compliant with SB 2(1X), in regards to portfolio content classes and grandfathering of agreements

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Regular Agenda – Energy Resolutions and Written Reports Item #19 [10579] San Diego Gas & Electric Company's Two Renewable Energy Credit Purchase and Sale Agreements With Cabazon Wind Partners LLC and Whitewater Hill Wind Partners LLC Res E-4335, Advice Letter 2118-E recorded on October 28, 2009, Advice Letter 2118-E-A documented on June 2, 2011, and Advice Letter AL 2118-E-B recorded on June 10, 2011 - Related matters. - - - - - - PROPOSED OUTCOME: Approves with change cost recuperation for San Diego Gas & Electric Company's (SDG&E) renewable vitality credit buy and deal concurrences with Cabazon Wind Partners LLC and Whitewater Hill Wind Partners LLC. The Commission makes no assurance in this determination in regards to the buy and deal assentions order for the reasons for their commitment towards SDG&E's Renewables Portfolio Standard consistence commitments. Evaluated COST: Costs of these buy and deal assentions are secret as of now.

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Regular Agenda – Energy Resolutions and Written Reports Item #35 [10563] Implements the Renewable Auction Mechanism for the Three Investor-Owned Utilities Res E-4414, PG&E's Advice Letter (AL) 3809-E, SCE's AL 2557-E, and SDG&E's AL 2232-E recorded on February 25, 2011 - Related matters. - - - - - - - PROPOSED OUTCOME: Implements the Renewable Auction Mechanism for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, and San Diego Gas & Electric Company. In particular, this determination embraces usage subtle elements, offering conventions, and standard power buy understandings for every financial specialist claimed utility. Assessed COST: Actual expenses are obscure as of now.

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Item Number 35, Resolution E-4414 Implementation of the Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM) Energy Division August 18, 2011

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RAM Advice Letters On December 16, 2010, the Commission endorsed the Renewable Auction Mechanism for little renewable generators up to 20 MW RAM builds up a between time 1,000 MW acquisition focus more than two years and requires the IOUs to hold two sales for each year First sale will happen in the final quarter of this current year On February 25, 2011, the IOUs documented guidance letters (PG&E 3809-E, SCE 2557-E, and SDG&E 2232-E) to actualize the program subtle elements as coordinated in the RAM Decision. Every IOU guidance letter contains: Program rules and other usage points of interest Bidding conventions and standard contracts Based on gathering remarks, Resolution E-4414 embraces the IOU counsel letters with alterations

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RAM Overview Key Program Elements Pursuant to the Decision: Standard Contract - straightforward, non-debatable get that the CPUC pre-endorses Project Viability - dealer must meet least criteria to take part in the sale Market-Based Pricing - offers are chosen on value, beginning with the most minimal value offer until the sale limit top is

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