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Gary A. Stern, Ph.D.
Managing Director, State Regulatory Operations

May 24, 2018
ADVICE 3808-E
(U 338-E)
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ENERGY DIVISION
SUBJECT:

Southern California Edison Company’s Proposed Modifications
to Rule 18, Supply to Separate Premises and Use by Others

Southern California Edison Company (SCE) hereby submits the following changes to its
Rule 18, Supply to Separate Premises and Use by Others. The revised tariff sheets are
listed on Attachment A and are attached hereto.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this advice letter is to propose modifications to SCE’s Rule 18 to add an
exception allowing government agencies to use the electricity they receive from SCE to
supply electricity to customers located at adjoining Premises1 to conduct emergency
and/or critical operations during an outage beyond SCE’s control.
BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION
SCE’s Rule 18 was established to govern the supply of electricity to separate Premises,
use of electricity by others, and the resale of electricity. In accordance with the current
provision in Section C of Rule 18, the electricity delivered by SCE to a Premises may
not be used to supply electricity upon a different Premises (i.e., a customer may not run
a line from its location to provide electricity to a neighbor) except when SCE deems the
case to be for its own operating convenience.2

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Premises is defined in SCE’s Rule 1 as: “All of the real property and apparatus employed in
a single enterprise on an integral parcel of land undivided, excepting in the case of
industrial, agricultural, oil field, resort enterprises, and public or quasi-public institutions, by
a dedicated street, highway, or other public thoroughfare, or a railway. Automobile parking
lots constituting a part of and adjacent to a single enterprise may be separated by an alley
from the remainder of the premises served.”
SCE’s Operating Convenience is defined in SCE’s Rule 1 as: “…the utilization, under
certain circumstances, or facilities or practices not ordinarily employed which contribute to

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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) -2- May 24, 2018 In 2017, the Port of Long Beach (POLB) sought advice and support from SCE on the development of its microgrid demonstration project in response to the California Energy Commission’s solicitation to “Demonstrate Business Case for Advanced Microgrids in Support of California’s Energy and GHG Policies”.3 The proposed microgrid demonstration will be installed at the POLB’s Joint Command and Control Center (JCCC)4 with the goal of providing resiliency and continuity of operations at the POLB by integrating renewable energy. As part of the microgrid demonstration project, the POLB proposes to install a photovoltaic (PV) system and battery energy storage systems (BESS), which will be charged both by the PV and from SCE’s grid.5 To maximize the use and benefit of the microgrid demonstration project, the POLB proposes to install a POLB-owned low-voltage cable between JCCC and Jacobsen Pilot Service (JPS). Under normal conditions, the PV and BESS will be used at the JCCC to shave peak load demand and export excess generation back onto SCE’s grid. In the event of an outage due to natural disasters, emergencies or other unscheduled outages, the microgrid will engage and provide electricity to the JCCC and ultimately to JPS when in island mode.6 However, because the JCCC and JPS are independent enterprises (i.e., different customers and separate Premises), the JCCC is prohibited from supplying JPS with electricity received from SCE under the current provision of Rule 18 Section C. SCE recognizes that the JCCC and JPS both provide critical operations at the POLB and that it is crucial for both the JCCC and JPS to remain operational to coordinate emergency response actions, manage ship and vehicle traffic, and effectively evaluate the status of the POLB infrastructure in the event of a power outage caused for reasons beyond SCE’s control. 3 4 5 6 the overall efficiency of SCE's operations; it does not refer to customer convenience nor to the use of facilities or adoption of practices required to comply with applicable laws, ordinances, rules or regulations, or similar requirements of public authorities.” For more details about the POLB’s microgrid demonstration project, see Long Beach Harbor Department (Port of Long Beach) Project RIZE: Resiliency in a Zero Emissions Future filed by the POLB at the California Energy Commission in response to EPIC GFO17-302. The JCCC is one of the POLB’s critical safety asset that manages all aspect of the POLB’s response and surveillance operations as described in the POLB’s Project RIZE. The installation of the PV system and BESS is subject to the applicable interconnection tariff (e.g., SCE’s Rule 21) and not included as an issue for purposes of this advice filing. Any issues related to the interconnection will be addressed, if necessary, when the POLB submits its interconnection application(s). Island mode or Islanding refers to “[a] condition on Distribution Provider’s Distribution System [SCE in this case] in which one or more Generating Facilities delivers power to Customers using a portion of Distribution Provider’s Distribution System that is electrically isolated from the remainder of the Distribution Provider’s Distribution System.” See SCE’s Rule 21 Section C.
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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) -3- May 24, 2018 Given the critical nature of the JCCC’s and JPS’ operations at the POLB, SCE believes it is reasonable to modify Rule 18 Section C to list an exception permitting a low-voltage cable line to run between the JCCC and JPS under specified circumstances that would be applicable to similarly situated customers. While the situation at the POLB is discussed in this filing as an example to which the Rule 18 Section C exception would reasonably apply, SCE believes that Premises adjoining governmental agencies-defined as the United States and its departments, Indian tribes recognized by the United States or the State of California, and the State of California and its political subdivisions and municipal corporations7--that provide emergency and/or critical operations may benefit from the exception. Accordingly, SCE proposes to extend the exception in Section C of Rule 18 to all government agencies provided that they and their benefiting neighbors connected to the microgrid require a continuous and sufficient supply of electricity during an outage caused for reasons beyond SCE’s control to conduct emergency and/or critical operations. For purposes of the proposed exception to Rule 18 Section C, SCE considers outages beyond SCE’s control to be outages caused by a catastrophic emergency (e.g., earthquake, terrorist attack), unscheduled outages, planned outages that extend beyond the initially predicted timeline, and any other situations that result in unplanned loss of grid. It does not include SCE’s exercise of its right to suspend temporarily the delivery of electric energy for the purpose of making repairs or improvements to its system.8 SCE shall allow the exception for testing and planned drills provided that such testing and planned drills are coordinated with SCE in advance and limited to be conducted up to twice annually not to exceed two hours per occasion. Furthermore, SCE deems customers conducting emergency and/or critical operations as those who are identified as Essential Customers as defined in the Commission’s General Order (GO) 166 and Decision (D.) 91548 but regardless of the status of backup or standby generation and/or storage. GO 166 defines Essential Customers as “[c]ustomers requiring electric service to provide essential public health and safety services.”9 The Commission further defined Essential Customers in D.91548 as those normally exempt from rotating outages because they provide a service necessary for 7 8 9 The definition of government agencies herein is consistent with the definition included in the CPUC’s General Order 96-B, General Rule 8.2.3. See http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/word_pdf/GENERAL_ORDER/164747.pdf SCE’s Rule 14, Section B states: “SCE, whenever it shall find it necessary for the purpose of making repairs or improvements to its system, will have the right to suspend temporarily the delivery of electricity. In all such cases, as reasonable notice thereof as circumstances will permit will be given to the customer, and the making of such repairs or improvements will be prosecuted as rapidly as may be practicable and, if practicable, at such times as will cause the least inconvenience to the customers.” See the CPUC’s General Order 166, Standards for Operation, Reliability, and Safety During Emergencies and Disasters, http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M138/K073/138073150.pdf.
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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) -4- May 24, 2018 the public health, safety, or welfare.10 Subsequently, the Commission created specific categories of Essential Customers that include government and other agencies providing essential fire, police, and prison service; government agencies essential to the national defense; hospitals and skilled nursing facilities; communication utilities; navigation, communication traffic control, and landing and departure facilities for commercial air and sea operations; etc.11 Thus, SCE believes it’s prudent to use the Commission’s existing definition and categorization of Essential Customers for qualifying customers conducting emergency and/or critical operations for purposes of its proposed tariff exception here. PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGES SCE proposes to add an exception to Section C of Rule 18 that applies to government agencies and the adjoining Premises, provided both their emergency and/or critical operations are essential during an outage consistent with the Commission’s definition of Essential Customers discussed above. SCE further requires that transporting the electricity received by the government agency from SCE to the adjoining Premises during normal operations (i.e., parallel operation) is prohibited. SCE will require the government agency and/or the adjoining Premises to install means, subject to SCE’s review and approval, to ensure service will not parallel with SCE’s grid.12 Customers who violate this requirement shall be subject to disconnection pursuant to the provisions set forth in SCE’s Rule 11, Discontinuance and Restoration of Service, or any other action deemed reasonable by the Commission. Furthermore, the proposed modification applies only to instances in which the cable transporting the electricity between the government agency and the adjoining Premises’ properties do not cross a public right of way. Moreover, under the proposed exception, the length of the low voltage cable shall be limited to 100 feet. Accordingly, SCE proposes to modify Section C of Rule 18 as follows:13 Other Uses or Premises. A customer shall not use electricity received from SCE upon other Premises, except for SCE’s operating convenience, nor for other purposes than those specified in the customer’s application or in the rate schedule applied except: 1. 10 11 12 13 For SCE’s Operating Convenience as defined in Rule 1; or See D.91548 ftp://ftp2.cpuc.ca.gov/LegacyCPUCDecisionsAndResolutions/Decisions/Decisions_D86501 _to_D93896_D8201001_to_D8406066/D91548_19800415_C9884.pdf. A complete list of Essential Customer categories can be found in SCE’s website at https://www.sce.com/wps/wcm/connect/17acb7ca-5dbe-4d0d-a769c5ea156bdc00/Essential_Use_Customer_Classification_Priority_System_Rotating_Outage s.pdf?MOD=AJPERES and in Appendix B of D.91548. While SCE cannot install devices on customer-owned equipment, the customer’s installation of the means to prevent parallel operations with the grid will be part of SCE’s review and in-servicing commissioning test. Strikeout text denotes deleted text and underlined text denotes new text.
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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) 2. -5- May 24, 2018 Where energy supplied by SCE to government agencies--defined as the United States and its departments, Indian tribes recognized by the United States or the State of California, and the State of California and its political subdivisions and municipal corporations--is transported to adjoining Premises so that both Premises or customers have continuous and sufficient supply of electricity during an outage beyond SCE’s control to conduct emergency and/or critical operations as deemed appropriate by SCE.1/ Energy supplied by the government agency to adjoining Premises or customer during an outage shall be from a group of interconnected loads and distributed energy resources, including energy storage. Energy so supplied shall be transported via a cable with a capacity not to exceed 600 Volts up to 100 feet in length and shall not cross public rights of way. The government agency and/or the adjoining Premises or customer is required to install a device, subject to SCE’s review and approval, that prohibits parallel operation of the service line between the Premises during normal operation and when no outage caused for reasons beyond SCE’s control is in effect. SCE also proposes to add the following language in the footnote of the tariff sheet to define what it considers as outages beyond SCE’s control and customers conducting emergency and/or critical operations. 1/ For purposes of this exception, SCE considers outages beyond SCE’s control as outages caused by emergencies (e.g., earthquake, terrorist attack), unscheduled outages, planned outages that extend beyond the initially predicted timeline, and any other situations that results in unplanned loss of grid. It does not include SCE’s exercise of its right to suspend temporarily the delivery of electric energy for the purpose of making repairs or improvements to its system. SCE shall allow the exception for testing and planned drills provided that such testing and planned drills are coordinated with SCE in advance and limited to be conducted up to twice annually not to exceed two hours per occasion. SCE deems customers conducting emergency and/or critical operations as those who are identified as Essential Customers as defined in the Commission’s General Order 166 and Decision 91548 but regardless of the status of backup or standby generation and/or storage. SCE notes that the definition shall, at all times, be subject to changes or modification as the Commission, from time to time, directs in the exercise of its jurisdiction. No cost information is required for this advice letter. This advice letter will not increase any rate or charge, cause the withdrawal of service, or conflict with any other schedule or rule.
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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) -6- May 24, 2018 TIER DESIGNATION Pursuant to General Order (GO) 96-B, Energy Industry Rule 5.2, this advice letter is submitted with a Tier 2 designation. EFFECTIVE DATE This advice letter will become effective on June 23, 2018, the 30th calendar day after the date submitted. NOTICE Anyone wishing to protest this advice letter may do so by letter via U.S. Mail, facsimile, or electronically, any of which must be received no later than 20 days after the date of this advice letter is submitted. Protests should be submitted to: CPUC, Energy Division Attention: Tariff Unit 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 E-mail: EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov Copies should also be mailed to the attention of the Director, Energy Division, Room 4004 (same address above). In addition, protests and all other correspondence regarding this advice letter should also be sent by letter and transmitted via facsimile or electronically to the attention of: Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. Managing Director, State Regulatory Operations Southern California Edison Company 8631 Rush Street Rosemead, California 91770 Telephone: (626) 302-9645 Facsimile: (626) 302-6396 E-mail: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com
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ADVICE 3808-E (U 338-E) -7- May 24, 2018 Laura Genao Managing Director, State Regulatory Affairs c/o Karyn Gansecki Southern California Edison Company 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2030 San Francisco, California 94102 Facsimile: (415) 929-5544 E-mail: Karyn.Gansecki@sce.com There are no restrictions on who may submit a protest, but the protest shall set forth specifically the grounds upon which it is based and must be received by the deadline shown above. In accordance with General Rule 4 of GO 96-B, SCE is serving copies of this advice letter to the interested parties shown on the attached GO 96-B service lists. Address change requests to the GO 96-B service list should be directed by electronic mail to AdviceTariffManager@sce.com or at (626) 302-3719. For changes to all other service lists, please contact the Commission’s Process Office at (415) 703-2021 or by electronic mail at Process_Office@cpuc.ca.gov. Further, in accordance with Public Utilities Code Section 491, notice to the public is hereby given by submitting and keeping the advice letter at SCE’s corporate headquarters. To view other SCE advice letters submitted with the Commission, log on to SCE’s web site at https://www.sce.com/wps/portal/home/regulatory/advice-letters. For questions, please contact Shiela Linao at (626) 302-4506 or by electronic mail at Shiela.Linao@sce.com. Southern California Edison Company /s/Gary A. Stern Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. GAS:sl:cm Enclosures
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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION ADVICE LETTER SUMMARY ENERGY UTILITY MUST BE COMPLETED BY UTILITY (Attach additional pages as needed) Company name/CPUC Utility No.: Southern California Edison Company (U 338-E) Utility type: Contact Person: Darrah Morgan  ELC  GAS  PLC  HEAT Phone #: (626) 302-2086  WATER E-mail: Darrah.Morgan@sce.com E-mail Disposition Notice to: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE ELC = Electric PLC = Pipeline GAS = Gas HEAT = Heat Advice Letter (AL) #: Subject of AL: (Date Submitted/ Received Stamp by CPUC) WATER = Water 3808-E Tier Designation: 2 Southern California Edison Company’s Proposed Modifications to Rule 18, Supply to Separate Premises and Use by Others Keywords (choose from CPUC listing): Rules AL type:  Monthly  Quarterly  Annual  One-Time  Other If AL submitted in compliance with a Commission order, indicate relevant Decision/Resolution #: Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL: Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL: Confidential treatment requested?  Yes  No If yes, specification of confidential information: Confidential information will be made available to appropriate parties who execute a nondisclosure agreement. Name and contact information to request nondisclosure agreement/access to confidential information: Resolution Required?  Yes  No Requested effective date: 6/23/18 No. of tariff sheets: -6- Estimated system annual revenue effect: (%): Estimated system average rate effect (%): When rates are affected by AL, include attachment in AL showing average rate effects on customer classes (residential, small commercial, large C/I, agricultural, lighting). Tariff schedules affected: See Attachment A Service affected and changes proposed1: Pending advice letters that revise the same tariff sheets: 1 Discuss in AL if more space is needed. None
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Protests and all other correspondence regarding this AL are due no later than 20 days after the date of this submittal, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission, and shall be sent to: CPUC, Energy Division Attention: Tariff Unit 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 E-mail: EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. Managing Director, State Regulatory Operations Southern California Edison Company 8631 Rush Street Rosemead, California 91770 Telephone: (626) 302-9645 Facsimile: (626) 302-6396 E-mail: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com Laura Genao Managing Director, State Regulatory Affairs c/o Karyn Gansecki Southern California Edison Company 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2030 San Francisco, California 94102 Facsimile: (415) 929-5544 E-mail: Karyn.Gansecki@sce.com
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Public Utilities Commission 3808-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Attachment A Cancelling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Revised 63972-E Revised 63973-E Revised 63974-E Revised 63975-E Rule 18 Rule 18 Rule 18 Rule 18 Revised 47472-E Revised 45543-E Revised 51854-E Revised 49230-E Revised 63976-E Revised 63977-E Table of Contents Table of Contents Revised 63337-E Revised 62121-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. Rule 18 SUPPLY TO SEPARATE PREMISES AND USE BY OTHERS 63972-E 47472-E Sheet 1 A. Separate Metering. Separate Premises will not be supplied through the same meter nor will the electric loads of such separately metered Premises be aggregated physically, electronically or otherwise, except as may be specifically provided for in the tariff schedules. B. Nondomestic Loads. In accordance with Rule 16, electric service shall be individually metered to each tenant in a nondomestic residential building or group of buildings or other development on a single Premises with multiple tenants or enterprises. However, where, in the opinion of SCE, it is impractical to meter each tenant individually or where the Commission has authorized SCE to supply electric service through a single meter, SCE may provide service through a single meter subject to the provisions of Sections E and H below. Buildings originally constructed for a nondomestic purpose that subsequently converted to residential use on or after December 7, 1981 without the need for a building permit shall be eligible to convert from their prior rate schedule to an existing applicable domestic service submetering rate schedule. Any nondomestic building converted to residential use, for which a building permit was required on or after July 1, 1982, must be separately metered by SCE. C. Other Uses or Premises. A customer shall not use electricity received from SCE upon other Premises nor for other purposes than those specified in the customer’s application or in the rate schedule applied except: (T) 1. For SCE’s Operating Convenience as defined in Rule 1; or (T) 2. Where energy supplied by SCE to government agencies--defined as the United States and its departments, Indian tribes recognized by the United States or the State of California, and the State of California and its political subdivisions and municipal corporations--is transported to adjoining Premises so that both Premises or customers have continuous and sufficient supply of electricity during an outage beyond SCE’s control to conduct emergency and/or critical operations as deemed appropriate by SCE.1/ Energy supplied by the government agency to adjoining Premises or customer during an outage shall be from a group of interconnected loads and distributed energy resources, including energy storage. Energy so supplied shall be transported via a cable with a capacity not to exceed 600 Volts up to 100 feet in length and shall not cross public rights of way. The government agency and/or the adjoining Premises or customer is required to install a device, subject to SCE’s review and approval, that prohibits parallel operation of the service line between the Premises during normal operation and when no outage caused for reasons beyond SCE’s control is in effect. (N) | | | | | | | | | | | (N) (L) (N) | | | | | (N) --------------------------1/ For purposes of this exception, SCE considers outages beyond SCE’s control as outages caused by emergencies (e.g., earthquake, terrorist attack), unscheduled outages, planned outages that extend beyond the initially predicted timeline, and any other situations that results in unplanned loss of grid. It does not include SCE’s exercise of its right to suspend temporarily the delivery of electric energy for the purpose of making repairs or improvements to its system. SCE shall allow the exception for testing and planned drills provided that such testing and planned drills are coordinated with SCE in advance and limited to be conducted up to twice annually not to exceed two hours per occasion. SCE deems customers conducting emergency and/or critical operations as those who are identified as Essential Customers as defined in the Commission’s General Order 166 and Decision 91548 but regardless of the status of backup or standby generation and/or storage. SCE notes that the definition shall, at all times, be subject to changes or modification as the Commission, from time to time, directs in the exercise of its jurisdiction. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 1D9 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 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. Rule 18 SUPPLY TO SEPARATE PREMISES AND USE BY OTHERS D. E. 63973-E 45543-E Sheet 2 (Continued) Customer with Multiple Service Accounts/Meters at a Single Premises. When a customer (single enterprise) occupies a single Premises with multiple service accounts/meters, the readings of such meters shall not be combined for billing purposes except as provided for in Rule 9.B. However, if the customer physically aggregates the electric loads of such multiple service accounts/meters into a single service account (master-meter), the account will be provided service under an applicable rate schedule. Use by Others. A customer shall not charge for electricity received from SCE and used by another person, except: 1. Where energy is purchased at rates specifically applicable to resale service; or 2. Where the charge to domestic or nondomestic tenants is absorbed in the rental for the Premises or space occupied, is not separately identified, and does not vary with electrical usage, or where all of the following conditions are met for nondomestic service: a. Service to the customer is supplied to a single meter (master meter) located in a commercial building or development on a single Premises; b. The customer installs and maintains meters of comparable accuracy as utility revenue meters for nondomestic tenants subject to all applicable safety rules, regulations, and general orders established by the State of California and its subdivisions and local governments and their subdivisions. c. (L) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | (L) Submetering of electric usage by nondomestic tenants shall be subject to the mutual agreement of the customer and the nondomestic tenant. d. The customer shall provide all nondomestic tenants with the following information: (1) The SCE rate schedule that applies to service to the customer. (2) Contact information for SCE customer service. (3) Contact information for the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Division of Measurement Standards meter complaint process. (4) Information concerning dynamic pricing options and all energy conservation and load management programs available for tenant participation. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 2D8 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 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. Rule 18 SUPPLY TO SEPARATE PREMISES AND USE BY OTHERS 63974-E 51854-E Sheet 3 (Continued) E. Use by Others. (Continued) 2. (Continued) (T) e. Bills for tenant electric usage shall resemble bills rendered by SCE for comparable service and must include the following information: (L) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | (L) (1) (2) Energy and demand charges allocated to the tenant for common area usage, and other consumption exclusive of tenant measured usage. Such allocations should be in accordance with methods specified in leases (such as square footage of occupied space) and shall not be based on tenant measured usage. (3) Charges for submetering, and billing and information services provided by the customer. (4) f. Energy (kWh) and demand (kW) and associated charges by time-of-use (TOU) period in the same level of detail as shown on SCE’s bill to the customer. Sufficient information to permit tenants to replicate customer’s bill calculation. The rates and charges billed by the customer to nondomestic tenants, in total, for the electricity provided by SCE to the customer and used by such tenants shall be the same as the rates and charges billed by SCE to the customer. The customer shall apportion or prorate fixed monthly charges (e.g., customer, peak demand) among submetered tenants such that the total amount billed to submetered tenants equals the amount billed to the customer by SCE. g. When a customer at an existing Premises where energy charges for tenants are absorbed in a lease begins billing tenants for submetered electric service, the customer shall adjust rental charges such that charges for tenant-controlled energy usage are not also reflected in the lease. Charges for master metered customercontrolled energy usage (e.g., common area usage) may continue to be included in rental charges. 3. Where the customer is the owner, lessee, or operator of a multifamily accommodation and submeters electricity furnished for use by a domestic tenant in a single-family dwelling at the same rates that SCE would charge for the service if supplied directly and such customer's account is eligible for service under Schedule DMS-1, DMS-2, or DMS-3. In such cases, said owner, lessee, or operator shall furnish, install, maintain, and test the submeters. This electrical usage applies only to the single-family dwellings and excludes other electrical usage such as for swimming pools, recreation rooms, or laundry facilities which are used in common by tenants. In addition, said owner, lessee, or operator served under Schedule DMS-2 may elect to have SCE perform mobilehome park bill calculation services in accordance with the provisions contained within Schedule DMS-2 and Form 14-774, Bill Calculation Service Agreement. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 3D8 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 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. Rule 18 SUPPLY TO SEPARATE PREMISES AND USE BY OTHERS 63975-E 49230-E Sheet 4 (Continued) E. Use by Others. (Continued) 4. As provided in Sections F and G below. 5. For use solely as motor fuel for light duty plug-in electric vehicles. All energy use, including use by others, supplied through a single SCE meter is the responsibility of the customer of record. F. Privately or Publicly Owned Boat Marinas. SCE will furnish electrical service to a master-meter customer at a privately or publicly owned boat marina or small craft harbor. The master-meter customer may submeter tenant usage aboard a vessel moored in an individual slip or berth at the marina or harbor but may not submeter any other tenant or any land-based facility. If the master-meter marina customer submeters and furnishes electricity to an individual boat slip or berth for tenant usage aboard a vessel, the rates and charges to the user must not exceed those that would apply if the user were purchasing such electricity directly from SCE. G. Cold-Ironing Load. A master-metered customer may submeter a tenant’s cold-ironing load aboard an ocean-going vessel at the Port of Long Beach or the Port of Hueneme but may not submeter any other load or land-based facility. If the master-metered customer submeters cold-ironing load to an ocean-going vessel, the combined total amount of the rates and charges to the submetered user for services supplied by SCE must not exceed the rates and charges the master-metered customer is billed by SCE for such services. Cold-ironing load is defined as the use of shore-supplied electricity for the lights, heating, cooling, machinery, and other needs of an ocean-going vessel while at berth or otherwise electrically connected, as replacement for the vessel’s auxiliary internal combustion engines. H. Resale of Electricity. Resale of electricity or submetering of electricity for the purpose of resale is prohibited, except as provided for under Section E.1, E.2, E.3, F, or G above. Violation of any provision of this Rule shall result in discontinuance of electricity, or refusal to provide service, in accordance with Rule 11. The sale of electricity by an investor-owned utility to an electric vehicle service provider under E.5 above is a retail sale of electricity, not a sale for resale. I. (L) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | (L) Direct Access. When SCE delivers electric power purchased by an ESP to a master-metered Direct Access Customer, such Customer is subject to the provisions of Section E, F, or G above regarding SCE’s charges for such delivery. (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 4D8 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 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. 63976-E 63337-E Sheet 1 Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. TITLE PAGE ............................................................................................................................. 11431-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - RATE SCHEDULES ....63976-63036-63037-63207-63317-63093-63094-E ........................................................................................................... 63338-63043-63044-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS ................................... 63044-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - RULES ............................................................................................ 63977-E TABLE OF CONTENTS-INDEX OF COMMUNITIES, MAPS, BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS 58961-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - SAMPLE FORMS.. .................. 59608-61801-61576-61817-63318-61631-E ........................................................................................................... 61970-61971-63296-E (T) (T) PRELIMINARY STATEMENT: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Territory Served ......................................................................................................... 22909-E Description of Service ................................................................................................ 22909-E Procedure to Obtain Service ..................................................................................... 22909-E Establishment of Credit and Deposits ....................................................................... 22909-E General .......................................................................... 45178-45179-45180-53818-45182-E Symbols ..................................................................................................................... 45182-E Gross Revenue Sharing Mechanism .......26584-26585-26586-26587-27195-27196-54092-E .................................................................................................. 51717-53819-27200-27201-E Baseline Service ........................................................... 52027-52028-52029-52030-52031-E Charge Ready Program Balancing Account.................................................... 58633-58634-E Not In Use ............................................................................................................................. -E Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism ........................................ 36582-57779-E Purchase Agreement Administrative Costs Balancing Account ........... 55207-51922-55208-E Income Tax Component of Contributions ....................................................... 58419-58420-E Memorandum Accounts.... 21344-62633-61164-58221-49492-61165-61166-61167-53821-E ........ 50418-42841-42842-44948-44949-44950-62634-62635-44953-42849-42850-42851-E ........ 61169-61170-55623-61171-42856-61172-61173-52033-50419-55048-61174-42863-E ........ 42864-56204-56205-51235-45920-51236-42870-50209-42872-42873-50421-46539-E ........ 42876-42877-42878-42879-42880-42881-42882-54534-53371-56253-44959-42887-E ........ 53321-53322-47098-52551-52552-49928-56235-56236-56237-55144-55145-44029-E ........ 53016-57156-57157-51163-51164-51165-51166-51167-51168-51169-51170-51171-E ........ 51244-55806-56393-56394-56395-56396-56397-56398-56399-58978-59917-59918-E California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Adjustment Clause ................. 34705-41902-E .................................................................................................. 36472-38847-56788-60261-E Optional Pricing Adjustment Clause (OPAC) ........................... 27670-27671-27673-27674-E (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 1D5 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 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. 63977-E 62121-E Sheet 11 (Continued) RULES Rule No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 Title of Sheet Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Definitions ................ 59339-58-55551-56605-58779-55554-56606-55556-55557-55558-E ...................................................................................................................... 55559-55560-E ............................................................................................... 55561-55562-55563-55564-E Description of Service .........................22926-22927-22928-25264-22930-22931-22932-E ............................ 22933-22934-58022-58023-47145-47146-47147-47148-47149-47150-E Application for Service ................................................................................. 50441-22943-E Contracts .......................................................................................... 55734-39859--55679E Special Information Required on Forms ............................... 27742-27743-51306-31052-E Establishment and Re-establishment of Credit ........................................... 55074-55075-E Deposits ........................................................................................... 55076-55077-47771-E Notices ......................................................................................................... 55078-27747-E Rendering and Payment of Bills ................................ 56607-58024-51308-52504-52692-E Disputed Bills ............................................................................................... 27748-55079-E Discontinuance and Restoration of Service .............. 55680-55080-22966-22967-22968-E .................................................................................... 55681-55682-22971-45093-49671-E Rates and Optional Rates ................................................................ 40634-35618-51311-E Temporary Service ................................................................................................. 51312-E Shortage of Supply and Interruption of Delivery ......................................... 53899-26339-E Distribution Line Extensions .... 24684-47151-47152-47153-47154-58026-47156-47157-E ................ 47158-58027-47160-47161-47162-47163-47164-58028-51853-47167-47168-E Service Extensions ...............................24700-49672-48155-24703-24704-47169-47170-E ..... 47171-47172-47173-47174-47175-47176-47177-47178-47179-47180-48156-48157-E Adjustment of Bills and Meter Tests .......................... 19616-47773-47774-19619-19620-E Supply to Separate Premises and Use by Others ............... 63972-69373-63974-63975-E Replacement of Overhead With Underground Electric Facilities ...... 31867-23019-23020-E ........................................................................................................... 31868-26177-31869-E Generating Facility Interconnections ....58780-54719-54720-54721-54722-56118-56119-E ..... 56120-54726-54727-54728-56121-54730-54731-54732-54733-54734-54735-54736-E ..... 56122-58781-58782-54740-56125-56126-56127-54744-54745-54746-58783-58784-E ..... 57537-54750-58784-54752-54753-58785-58786-58787-54757-54758-54759-58788-E ..... 54761-54762-58789-54764-58790-58791-58792-54768-54769-58793-58794-54772-E ..... 54773-54774-54775-54776-54777-54778-54779-54780-54781-54782-54783-54784-E ..... 54785-54786-54787-54788-54789-54790-54791-54792-54793-54794-54795-54796-E ..... 54797-54798-54799-54800-54801-54802-54803-54804-54805-54806-54807-54808-E ..... 54809-54810-54811-54812-58796-54814-54815-54816-54817-54818-54819-54820-E ..... 54821-54822-54823-54824-54825-54826-54827-54828-54829-54830-54831-54832-E ..... 54833-56129-54835-54836-54837-54838-54839-54840-54841-54842-54843-54844-E ..... 56130-56131-56132-56133-56134-56135-56136-56137-56138-56139-56140-56141-E . 56142-56143-56144-56145-56146-58797-58798-62070-56150-62071-62072-62073-E 62074-62075-62076-62077-62078-62079-62080-62081-62082-62083-62084-62085-E 62086-62087-62088-62089-62090-62091-62092-62093-62094-62095-62096-62097-E 62098-62099-62100-62101-62102-62103-62104-62105-62106-62107-62108-62109-E 62110-62111-62112-62113-62114-62115-62116-62117-62118-62119-E (T) (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 3808-E Decision 11D5 Issued by Caroline Choi Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Filed May 24, 2018 Effective Resolution
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