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Darrah Morgan
Manager of Tariffs, Advice Letters and Case
Administration

April 13, 2018

California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Attn:

Energy Division Tariff Unit
Re:

Substitute Sheets for Advice 3747-E

Dear Energy Division Tariff Unit:
Enclosed are an original and one copy of Attachment A and substitute Sheet Numbers
63330-E*, 63331-E*, 63332-E*, 63333-E*, 63334-E*, 63335-E*, 63336-E*, 63338-E*, 63339-E*,
63340-E*, 63341-E*1 for Southern California Edison Company (SCE) Advice 3747-E,
Modification of Capacity Bidding Program in Compliance with Decision 17-12-003, filed on
February 20, 2018.
Pursuant to conversations with the California Public Utilities Commission’s Energy Division (ED)
staff, SCE is revising Advice 3747-E to remove any unintended ambiguity in Schedule CBP’s
Special Condition 9 and make the non-substantive clarifying edits recommended by the ED
staff.
1. Add new definitions of California Independent System Operator (CAISO) and CAISO
Demand Response Provider (CAISO-DRP) on Sheet Number 63330-E,*
2. Modify Schedule CBP’s Special Condition 9 to clarify the intent of the Special Condition on
Sheet Numbers 63332-E* and 63333-E,*
3. Remove and clean up the typographic error in Special Condition 15,
4. Insert a new tariff sheet, Sheet Number 63339-E,* then adjust the outline numbering and
relocate the definitions under Schedule Condition 1 across Sheet Number 63330-E*,
63331-E*, and 63339-E,* and
5. Add the two remaining tariff sheets from Schedule CBP and realign the sheet number of all
affected tariff sheets to accommodate the insertion of Sheet Number 63339-E.*
These substitute sheets are filed in accordance with General Order 96-B, General Rule 7.5.1
which allows utilities to make minor revisions to an advice filing prior to its requested effective
date.2

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2

Asterisk denotes a substituted sheet. In addition, redlined versions of tariffs are available
upon request.
Requested Effective Date of Advice 3747-E is May 1, 2018.

P.O. Box 800

8631 Rush St.

Rosemead, California 91770

(626) 302-2086

Fax (626) 302-6396





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Page 2 Energy Division Tariff Unit Substitute Sheet for Advice 3747-E Please include the enclosed sheet in your master file for Advice 3747-E and distribute to those reviewing the filing. If you have any questions, please contact me at (626) 302-2086. Sincerely, /s/ Darrah Morgan Darrah Morgan Enclosures Copy: GO 96-B and A.17-01-012 et al. service lists
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Public Utilities Commission 3747-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Attachment A Cancelling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Revised 63329-E Revised 63330-E* Original 63339-E* Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Revised 63331-E* Revised 63332-E* Revised 63333-E* Revised 63334-E* Revised 63335-E* Revised 63336-E* Revised 63340-E* Revised 63341-E* Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Schedule CBP Revised 54897-E Revised 54898-E Revised 59882-E Revised 54898-E Revised 59882-E Revised 61432-E Revised 54901-E Revised 54902-E* Revised 54903-E Revised 54904-E Revised 54905-E Revised 54906-E Revised 63337-E Revised 63338-E* Table of Contents Table of Contents Revised 63295-E Revised 63042-E 1
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM 63330-E* 54898-E Sheet 2 (Continued) Day-Ahead Option - Capacity Credit Rate ($/kW-month) i Hours per Day 1 to 6 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun 1.38 1.38 1.38 3.30 4.95 Jul 1 to 6 1.65 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 16.78 19.53 10.45 1.93 1.65 1.65 (D) (C) (D) (D) (C) (D) CBP Event/Test Event Maximum Energy Credit All Hours: Daily SCE city gate gas price times the heat rate factor of 15,000 Btu/kWh SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. Definitions. The following Definitions are applicable to service provided under this Schedule: a. b. i California Independent System Operator (CAISO): System Operator Corporation, a nonprofit corporation facilities of all participating transmission owners and units and loads. The CAISO is responsible for the statewide transmission grid. The California Independent that controls the transmission dispatches certain generating operation and control of the CAISO Demand Response Provider (CAISO-DRP): An entity that is responsible for delivering certain DR Services into the CAISO’s wholesale market and which has undertaken, in writing, by execution of the applicable agreement to comply with all applicable provisions of the CAISO Tariff. CAISO-DRP functions generally include registering customer Service Accounts in the CAISO’s relevant systems and working with a Scheduling Coordinator to bid into and settle with the CAISO market. (N) | | | | | | | | | | | | (N) The amounts of the capacity credit rates will be fixed until further modified by the California Public Utilities Commission. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 2P22 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Original Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM 63339-E* 59882-E 54898-E Sheet 3 (N) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. Definitions (Continued) c. Aggregator: An entity that aggregates one or more service accounts of one or more end-use customers, for the purpose of participating under this Schedule as an Aggregator. (T) d. Sub-Load Aggregation Point (SLAP): A geographical area, whereby generation and/or transmission constraints are grouped for the purposes of determining needed load reductions under this Schedule. (T) e. Default-Load Aggregation Point (DLAP): A geographic area corresponding to the IOU service area. (T) f. Meter Data Management Agent: An entity that takes raw meter outputs, validates them using validation, editing and estimation rules, adds corollary information needed to characterize the customer, and makes complete customer information available to others for use in various applications. (T) g. Day-Of Option: One Option type. The CBP Event will only be scheduled on a Day-Of basis, as determined by meeting the Program Triggers prescribed in Special Condition 4 of this Schedule. (T) h. Day-Ahead Option: One Option type. The CBP Event will only be scheduled on a Day-Ahead basis, as determined by meeting the Program Triggers prescribed in Special Condition 4 of this Schedule. (T) i. Key Factors in Payment Calculations (L)(T) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | (L) 1. Capacity Nomination = The amount of energy nominated per hour 2. Recorded Reduction = Sum of aggregated customer Energy Baselines or Adjusted Energy Baseline (see Special Condition 12) per SLAP – Sum of Recorded kW per SLAP 3. Shortfall Energy = Capacity Nomination – Recorded Reduction 4. Shortfall Penalty = (Shortfall Energy) * CAISO hourly energy price for DLAP 5. Delivered Energy Payment = Recorded Reduction * daily SCE city gate gas price * heat rate factor of 15,000 Btu/kWh 6. Energy Payment = Delivered Energy Payment – Shortfall Penalty (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 3D10 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63331-E* 59882-E Sheet 4 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 2. Agreements. Aggregators must execute all applicable Agreements prior to participation under this Schedule. Necessary Agreements may include Capacity Bidding Program Aggregator Agreement (Form 14-777), Aggregator Add Form (Form 14-932), and Aggregator Remove Form (Form 14-933). Aggregators must be in full compliance with all terms of the Aggregator Agreement to participate in Schedule CBP. 3. Assignment to SLAP: SCE will assign each CBP customer to a Sub-Load Aggregation Point (SLAP). The CBP customer’s assigned SLAP may change over time. SCE will notify the Aggregator of any change to SLAP assignment. The effective date of the SLAP change will occur on the first day of the following calendar month. 4. CBP Events. CBP Events may be triggered on any weekday between the hours of 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. A CBP Event can be scheduled on a DayOf basis and on a Day-Ahead basis on any weekday except holidays. (C) CBP Event Triggers. A CBP Event is triggered only when both of the following criteria are met. a. The economic criterion that a 15,000 Btu/kWh heat rate thermal resource is or should be dispatched. This criterion may be caused by any one of the following conditions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) High temperatures; or Resource limitations; or A generating unit outage; or Transmission constraints; or CAISO Alert or Warning Notice; or SCE system emergency; and b. An energy price is set at (1) $0.065/kWh or above for the Day-Ahead market, or (2) $0.16/kWh or above for the Real-Time market. 5. CBP Test Events. Up to three (3) CBP Test Events may be called within each SLAP in each calendar year (see Special Condition 6 Event Limits). All notification protocols, as well as all applicable credits and penalties, will apply during CBP Test Events. A CBP Test Event can be scheduled on a Day-Of basis and on a Day-Ahead basis on any weekday except holidays. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 4P22 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Sheet 5 63332-E* 61432-E (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 6. Event Limits Product (See Special Condition 8) Minimum Duration per Event Maximum Duration per Event Maximum Event Hours per Operating Month per SLAP Location Maximum Events per Day Maximum Events per Month Maximum Test Events per Year per SLAP Location Day-Of 1-6 Hours 1 Hours 6 Hours 30 1 5 3 Day-Ahead 1-6 Hours 1 Hours 6 Hours 30 1 5 3 (C) (C) | | | (C) 7. Notification of a CBP Event/Test Event. SCE will provide notification of a CBP Event/Test Event via SCE’s designated CBP Internet Website. Notification may also be given via SMS text message, electronic mail, or by telephone. The Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event notice will be provided no later than 5 p.m. the day before a Day-Ahead CBP Event/Test Event. The Day-Of (C) CBP Event/Test Event will be scheduled at least one-hour prior to commencing the Day-Of CBP Event/Test Event. 8. Products. The combination of Day-Of or Day-Ahead Options and available hours is herein referred to as a Product. There are two available Products, which are listed below. An (C) Aggregator may enroll one or more eligible service accounts under a single Product type and a single capacity bidding resource. Product 1 2 9. Day-Of 1-6 Hours Day-Ahead 1-6 Hours (C) (C) Capacity Nominations (Continued) The Aggregator must specify which of its service accounts will participate in each Product and (L) provide their Capacity Nomination at least five (5) days prior to the beginning of each operating | calendar month. The Capacity Nomination is valid for the entire operating month. The Aggregator | (N) may not nominate the same service account for more than one Product and must nominate at | | least 100 kW within each SLAP. Aggregators must include the following information in their | (N) | monthly Capacity Nominations: | | (T) 1. Product selection; | (N) 2. Load Drop Estimate (LDE) for each nominated service account; and (L)(T) 3. SLAP designation. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 5P22 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63333-E* 54901-E Sheet 6 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 9. Capacity Nominations (Continued) A CAISO DRP may break or disaggregate the monthly Capacity Nomination for a given SLAP into smaller resources as needed to comply with the CAISO’s telemetry requirements. If a CAISO integrated CBP resource is broken up to comply with CAISO’s telemetry requirements, a CBP Aggregator’s Capacity Nomination and Recorded Reduction will be measured for the entire SLAP. 10. Cancellation of Capacity Nomination. A Capacity Nomination may be cancelled up until the time it is accepted by SCE. 11. California Energy Commission Site Visits. All Aggregators and all customers participating through the aggregators served under this Schedule automatically agree to allow the California Energy Commission, or its contracted agents, to conduct site visits for measurement and evaluation, and further agree to complete all program evaluation surveys. 12. (N) | | | | | (N) Baseline. The Aggregator must select either Energy Baseline (EB) or Adjusted Energy Baseline (AEB) for each service account when they nominate for the operating month. The EB will be the default if the Aggregator does not make a selection. a. Energy Baseline: A valid EB is defined as all service accounts having at least 10 days of interval meter data available to SCE’s billing system. Only the hourly average usage for the hours included in the event will be included in the EB. The EB will be calculated at the service account level. The EB will be calculated on an hourly basis using the average of the immediate past 10 weekdays, excluding holidays, of all applicable service accounts. The past 10 days will also exclude days when the customer: 1) was subject to a CBP Event, 2) was subject to a rotating outage, 3) was subject to a Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) Event, 4) was subject to an Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment (OBMC) event, 5) was subject to a Demand Bidding Program (DBP) event, (6) was subject to a Demand Response Contract (DRC) event, or (7) was interrupted. b. Day-Of Adjustment (DOA): The DOA is a ratio of (a) the average load of the first 3 hours of the 4 hours prior to the event to (b) the average load of the same hours from the last 10 weekdays, excluding event days and holidays. The DOA value shall not be less than 0.60 or greater than 1.40. c. Adjusted Energy Baseline (AEB). The AEB will be determined by multiplying the EB by the DOA. The AEB shall be no more than 40 percent higher or lower than the EB after adjustment. (L) (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 6P23 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM 63334-E* 54902-E* Sheet 7 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 12. Baseline (Continued). c. Adjusted Energy Baseline (AEB) (Continued). The EB/AEB will be determined by SCE at the time the Aggregator is billed following a CBP Event/Test Event. The EB/AEB may vary for each hour and for each CBP Event/Test Event. An Aggregator must establish a valid EB/AEB prior to its eligibility to submit Capacity Nominations. Only the service accounts included in an Aggregator’s Capacity Nomination will be used in the establishment of an Aggregator’s EB/AEB. 13. Recorded Reduction. Recorded Reduction equals the difference between the sum of an Aggregator’s participating account’s EB/AEB and their recorded kW, in a given SLAP during each hour of a CBP Event/Test Event occurring during a given Operating Month The Recorded Reduction cannot be less than zero for purposes of calculating both Energy and Capacity payments. 14. (L) | | | | | | | (L) Energy Payment. a. When there are zero CBP Events/Test Events triggered during an operating month, the Aggregator’s Energy Payment will be zero for that operating month. b. When there is one or more CBP Events/Test Events triggered during an operating month, the Delivered Energy Payment and Shortfall Penalty is calculated for each event hour.i The Energy Payment consists of a Delivered Energy Payment and a Shortfall Penalty. Energy Payment = Delivered Energy Payment – Shortfall Penalty Delivered Energy Payment = Recorded Reduction * daily SCE city gate gas price * heat rate factor of 15,000 Btu/kWh Shortfall Penalty = (Shortfall Energy) * CAISO hourly energy price for DLAP (1) When the Recorded Reduction is 100-150% of the Capacity Nomination the Shortfall Penalty is zero. (Any Recorded Reduction in excess of 150 percent shall not be eligible for the Energy Payment). (2) When the Recorded Reduction is less than 100% of the Capacity Nomination, a Shortfall Penalty is generated from the Shortfall Energy times the California Independent System Operator’s (CAISO) hourly energy price for DLAP. Shortfall Energy = Capacity Nomination - Recorded Reduction i For purposes of calculating the Delivered Energy Payment and Shortfall Penalty, on an hourly basis the Recorded Reduction is summed by SLAP. For purposes of measuring performance each hour, the Capacity Nominations are summed for all SLAPs that were called in a given event hour, and compared to the Recorded Reduction. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 7P23 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM 63335-E* 54903-E Sheet 8 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 15. Capacity Payment. a. When there are zero CBP Events/Test Events called during an operating month, the Aggregator’s Capacity Payment shall equal the Capacity Nomination of a given Product multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the RATES section of this Schedule. Capacity Payment = Capacity Nomination * Capacity Credit Rate b. Delivered Capacity is the sum of the average Recorded Reduction for each SLAP that is triggered during the operating month plus the Capacity Nomination for the SLAP’s that are not triggered during the operation month.i When there is one or more CBP Events/Test Events called during an operating month, the Aggregator’s Delivered monthly Capacity Payment is adjusted based on performance shown in formulas under Special Condition 15. b.(1-4). Delivered Capacity determines performance. (T) (2) When the Delivered Capacity is greater than or equal to 105 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the Capacity Payment shall equal 105 percent of the Capacity Nomination multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the RATES section of this Schedule. (C) (C) Capacity Payment = Capacity Nomination * Capacity Credit Rate * 1.05 (1) (C) When the Delivered Capacity is at least 75 percent of the Capacity Nomination, but no greater than 104.99 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the Capacity Payment will equal Delivered Capacity multiplied by the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the RATES section of this Schedule. (C) (C) Capacity Payment = Delivered Capacity * Capacity Credit Rate (3) When the Delivered Capacity is at least 60 percent of the Capacity Nomination, but no greater than 74.99 percent of the Capacity Nomination, the Capacity Payment will equal the Delivered Capacity multiplied by 50 percent of the applicable Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the RATES section of this Schedule. (C) (C) Capacity Payment = Delivered Capacity * 50 % * Capacity Credit Rate i An over-performance of one SLAP within a Product can offset the under-performance of a different SLAP within that same Product, but the offset cannot occur across Products. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 8P13 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63336-E* 54904-E Sheet 9 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 15. Capacity Payment.(Continued) (D) (4) When the Delivered Capacity is 59.99 percent of the Capacity Nomination, or less, the Capacity Payment will equal the Delivered Capacity minus 50 percent of the Capacity Nomination multiplied by the Capacity Credit Rate, as shown in the RATES section of this Schedule. (This will produce a negative dollar amount that will act as a charge to the Aggregator.) (C) Capacity Payment = [Delivered Capacity – (50% * Capacity Nomination)] * Capacity Credit Rate 16. 17. Disbursement of Energy Payment and Capacity Payment. Aggregators will receive applicable CBP payments or charges, as calculated in Special Conditions 14 and 15 above, approximately thirty (30) days, but no later than sixty (60) days, after all service accounts nominated for the operating month have been billed. Payments to Aggregators will be in the form of a check, or other SCE-approved forms of electronic payment, or when such calculations result in a net charge, SCE shall bill the Aggregator accordingly. (T) (N) Aggregator Services. SCE has no obligations under this Schedule to the service accounts of a customer who elects, or is required, to be included in an Aggregator’s list of participating service accounts. Customers with service accounts included in an Aggregator’s list of participating service accounts must work with their Aggregator to determine applicable CBP requirements and/or payments. With the exception of the metering requirements, all other provisions of this Schedule, including payments, are applicable only to the Aggregator, not the individual service accounts working through an Aggregator. SCE’s relationship, for purposes of his Schedule, is with the Aggregator not the individual service accounts of an Aggregator. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 9P25 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63340-E* 54905-E Sheet 10 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 18. Required Metering and Internet Communication Equipment. Each service account of a participating Aggregator must have an approved interval meter installed and operating prior to eligibility for service under this Schedule. The interval meter must be able to record energy usage data in hourly intervals. In addition to SCE, an MDMA may also read the meter on behalf of an Energy Service Provider (ESP) where one or more of an Aggregator’s participating service accounts are receiving Direct Access. Metering equipment (including telephone, or radio control communication device) must be in operation for at least 10 days prior to eligibility under this Schedule, for the purposes of establishing EB/AEB. An internet connection is also required for eligibility under this Schedule. 19. Relationship to Other Demand Response Programs. Customers’ service accounts enrolled in the Day-Of Option of this Schedule may also participate in an applicable RTP rate schedule, Schedules CPP, OBMC, SLRP, DBP, and/or Rate CPP of an applicable TOU rate schedule. Customers’ service accounts enrolled in CBP may also participate in the DRC program, provided that the specific contract provisions allow for such dual participation. Customers enrolled in CBP Day-Ahead Option may not dual-participate in DBP and CPP programs. 20. Customer-Owned Electrical Generating Facilities. Load reductions may be achieved by operating back-up or onsite generation. The Aggregator will be solely responsible for meeting all environmental and other regulatory requirements for the operation of such generation. a. Where customer-owned electrical generating facilities are used to meet a part or all of the service accounts of an Aggregator’s electrical requirements, service shall be provided concurrently under the terms and conditions of this Schedule and the applicable Standby Schedule, Schedule S, Schedule TOU-8-S, or Schedule TOU-8-RTP. Parallel operation of such generating facilities with SCE’s electrical system is permitted. A Generation Agreement is required for such operation. b. (L)(T) | | | | | | | |(T) | | | (L) (D) (T) Customer-owned electrical generating facilities used solely for auxiliary, emergency, or standby purposes (auxiliary/emergency generating facilities) to serve the load of service accounts of an Aggregator during a period when SCE’s service is unavailable and when such load is isolated from the service of SCE are not subject to Schedules S, TOU-8-S, or TOU-8-RTP-S. However, upon approval by SCE, momentary parallel operation may be permitted in order for the customer to avoid interruption of load during a CBP Event/Test Event or to allow the service accounts of an Aggregator to test the auxiliary/emergency generating facilities. A Momentary Parallel Generation Contract is required for this type of service. (D) (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 10D6 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Schedule CBP CAPACITY BIDDING PROGRAM Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63341-E* 54906-E Sheet 11 (T) (Continued) SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 21. (D) (T) Holidays are defined as follows: Holidays are New Year's Day (January 1), Presidents’ Day (third Monday in February), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (first Monday in September), Veterans Day (November 11), Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas (December 25). (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 11D7 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised TABLE OF CONTENTS Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 63338-E* 63042-E Sheet 8 (Continued) RATE SCHEDULES (Continued) Schedule No. Title of Sheet Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. OTHER BG-NEM Experimental Biogas Net Energy Metering ........ 53878-43574-56092-43576-54290-E ....................................................................................... 50514-49164-53349-54291-E Bio MAT Bioenergy Market Adjusting Tariff.60679-60680-61880-61881-60682-61882-61883-E ……………...57659-60685-60686-57662-61884-61885-60688-61886-61887-61888-E BSC-IMO Bundled Service Customer-Interval Meter Ownership .............. 45197-53879-53880-E CBP Capacity Bidding Program 63329-63330-63339-63331-63332-63333-63334-63335-E .................................................................................................. 63336-63340-63341-E CCA-CRS Community Choice Aggregation Cost Responsibility Surcharge ........ 57614-62992-E ........ 62993-62994-62995-62996-62997-62998-62999-63000-63001-63002-63003-E CCA-INFO Community Choice Aggregation-Information Fees ................... 49642-37965-37966-E ............................................................................................................. 37967-47438-E CCA-SF Community Choice Aggregation Service Fees .................................... 51283-51284-E ................................................................ 51285-51286-57389-57390-57391-57392-E CC-DSF Customer Choice - Discretionary Service Fees ............. 58913-53882-51291-53883-E ........................................................................... 51293-51294-51295-51296-55660-E CGDL-CRS Customer Generation Departing Load – Cost Responsibility Surcharge ....... 47058-E ......................................... 49451-49452-63004-56425-56426-56427-46677-46678-E CHP Combined Heat and Power Excess Energy Purchase . 57615-47251-50428-47253-E ........................................................................................................................ 50951-E CPP Critical Peak Pricing ........................................... 58914-63055-59314-57043-58916-E CREST California Renewable Energy Small Tariff .................... 57617-44057-52962-52963-E DA-CRS Direct Access – Cost Responsibility Surcharge . 56739-46938-63006-63007-63008-E ................... 63009-63010-63011-63012-63013-63014-63015-63016-63017-63018-E ....... 63019-63020-63021-63021-63022-63023-63024-63048-63049-63050-63051-E DAEBSC-CRS Direct Access Eligible Bundled Service Customers-Cost Responsibility Surcharge .... ...................................................................................... 42969-58933-42971-46947-E DA-LRATC Direct Access Local Resource Adequacy Transfer Credit ........ 47211-47212-47213-E DA-RCSC Direct Access Revenue Cycle Services Credits ........... 40004-41590-44164-44165-E .................................................................................................. 41593-41594-51080-E DBP Demand Bidding Program ............57044-57045-57046-57047-53046-57333-57334-E DL-NBC Departing Load - Nonbypassable Charges .......................................... 57618-43777-E DRP-SF Demand Response Provider Service Fees ........ 56904-56905-56906-56907-56908-E ...................................................................................... 56909-56910-56911-56912-E EITE Emissions-Intensive and Trade-Exposed Customer Greenhouse ................................ Gas Allowance Revenue Provisions ......................................... 56238-56239-56240-E ESP-DSF Energy Service Provider - Discretionary Service Fees ............. 51298-51299-51300-E ................................................................ 44151-51301-44153-51302-44155-55661-E ESP-NDSF Energy Service Provider - Non Discretionary Service Fees ................ 40762-40763-E FC-NEM Fuel Cell Electrical Generating Facility NEM & Interconnection Agreement ................ ................... 53887-51140-56093-51142-54293-51144-51145-57619-57620-54294-E GMS Generation Municipal Surcharge .................................................................... 53888-E GTSR-CR Green Tariff Shared Renewables Community Renewables ..... 59541-59542-59543-E .....................................................56743-59544-61100-59546-56747-56748-56749-E GTSR-GR Green Tariff Shared Renewables Green Rate ... 59547-59548-59549-56753-59550-E .................................................................................................. 56755-61103-56757-E (T) (T) (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3747-E Decision 17-12-003 8P12 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed Feb 20, 2018 Effective Resolution
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