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Pacific Gas and Electric Company
77 Beale St., Mail Code B13U
P.O. Box 770000
San Francisco, CA 94177
Fax: 415.973.3582

July 10, 2018

California Public Utilities Commission
Energy Division
ED Tariff Unit
505 Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Re:

Substitute Sheets for Advice 5321-E

Dear Energy Division Tariff Unit:
An original and 1 copy of substitute sheets are attached for Advice 5321-E,
“Revisions to Electric Schedules NEM2V and NEM2VMSH pursuant to Decision
16-01-044”.
PG&E is submitting revisions to Sheet 6 of Electric Schedule NEM2V and Sheet
5 of Electric Schedule NEM2VMASH to correct a typographical error on the
default rate for Residential Customers. The default rate for these customers has
been updated from E-TOU-C to E-TOU-A.
In accordance with GO 96-B, Section 7.5.1, the substitute sheets are being
served in the same manner as the original advice letter. For administrative
convenience, a new page Sheet 6 of Electric Schedule NEM2V, Sheet 5 of
Electric Schedule NEM2VMASH and the redline of the respective sheets are
being attached. Please discard the previously submitted Sheet 6 of Electric
Schedule NEM2V, Sheet 5 of Electric Schedule NEM2VMASH and the redline of
the respective sheets of Advice Letter 5321-E.
Please telephone me at (415) 973-8794 should you have any questions
regarding the substitute sheets.

_/S/ Annie Ho___________

Annie Ho
Regulatory Relations
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Attachment 1 Advice 5321-E Cal P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Cancelling Cal P.U.C. Sheet No. 42589-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 1 42044-E 42590-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 5 42045-E 42591-E* ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 6 38167-E 42592-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 7 38168-E 42593-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 8 37832-E 42594-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 1 37847-E 42595-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 2 37848-E 42596-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 3 42051-E 42597-E* ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 5 37851-E 42598-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 6 37852-E Page 1 of 2
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Attachment 1 Advice 5321-E Cal P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Cancelling Cal P.U.C. Sheet No. 42599-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 9 37855-E 42600-E ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) Sheet 10 37856-E 42601-E* ELECTRIC TABLE OF CONTENTS Sheet 1 42587-E* 42602-E* ELECTRIC TABLE OF CONTENTS Sheet 6 42068-E* 42603-E* ELECTRIC TABLE OF CONTENTS Sheet 7 42069-E Page 2 of 2
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Cancelling U 39 Revised Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 42591-E* 38167-E San Francisco, California ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE Sheet 6 For Benefitting Accounts on general service OASs, the “Average Rate Limiter” and all other demand charges will be based on the demand in kilowatts as measured only on the energy being consumed at the Benefitting Account from PG&E. The power factor, when it applies on the OAS, will be based on the energy consumed at the Benefitting Account from PG&E and the average power factor over the past 12 billing months of operation prior to starting on NEM2V. A Benefitting Account, without 12 billing months of power factor history, will have its power factor estimated based on the nature of the connected loads and their hours of operation. Power factor will be subsequently applied to the bill at the Benefitting Account until the Qualified Customer demonstrates to PG&E’s satisfaction that adequate correction had been provided. PG&E will continue to monitor and review the power factor and if warranted, change the power factor correction on the Benefitting Account’s bills. RATES: (Cont’d.) Charges for energy (kWh) at the Benefitting Account supplied by PG&E, ESP or CCA, as applicable, will be calculated in accordance with Billing (Special Condition 3 below). For DA or CCA Service Qualified Customers being billed under Consolidated PG&E Billing service, the ESP or CCA is responsible for providing the billing information regarding the applicable generation related bill charges or credits to PG&E on a timely basis. Customers must receive service on a TOU rate schedule, with no exceptions and no option to opt-out to an underlying rate that is not time differentiated, at the time the Customer begins service on this tariff. At the time the Generator Account Customer completes its interconnection application and receives approval from PG&E to operate, all accounts in the NEM2V Arrangement already on a TOU rate shall be permitted to remain on their current TOU rate. If any account is not currently taking service on a TOU rate, it will be defaulted to E-TOU-A if it is a residential account or to the TOU version of their current rate for all other classes. If defaulted due to not being on a TOU rate, the rate can subsequently be changed to another applicable TOU rate by contacting PG&E, effective on the eligible customers subsequent billing period. Residential Customers on this tariff, who are required to take TOU rates prior to the implementation of default TOU rates for residential customers, and who are on any TOU rate (including a TOU pilot rate) prior to the implementation of default residential TOU rates, have the option to stay on that TOU rate for a period of five years from the date the customer commences the TOU rate. (N) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I (N) The Owner of the Generator Account served under this schedule will be billed under the TOU OAS that contains the applicable customer-, minimum- and/or meter charges. Qualified Customers who have elected to pay a one-time fee for the installation of a TOU meter pursuant to Special Condition 1.a.(2) of this Schedule NEM2V will be placed on an OAS that does not contain a meter charge. If the Owner elects the monthly meter charge option pursuant to Special Condition 1.a.(2), the Generator Account shall be placed on an OAS containing a meter charge. The Owner at the Generator Account served under this schedule is responsible for all charges from its OAS including monthly minimum charges, customer charges, meter charges, facilities charges, demand charges and surcharges, as well as the charges in this Schedule NEM2V, including those in Special Conditions 1.a and 2, where applicable. (L) (L) (Continued) Advice Decision 5321-E Issued by Robert S. Kenney Vice President, Regulatory Affairs Date Filed Effective Resolution June 29, 2018 June 29, 2018
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Cancelling U 39 Revised Original Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 42597-E* 37851-E San Francisco, California ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH Sheet 5 VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) RATES: The rate and charges at each Customer Load Account and the Generator Account under this schedule will be in accordance with its PG&E otherwiseapplicable metered rate schedule (OAS). The customer at each Customer Load Account or Generator Account served under this schedule is responsible for all charges from its TOU OAS including monthly minimum charges, customer charges, meter charges, facilities charges, demand charges , surcharges and non bypassable charges. Customers must receive service on a TOU rate schedule, with no exceptions and no option to opt-out to an underlying rate that is not time differentiated, at the time the Customer begins service on this tariff. At the time the Generator Account Customer completes its interconnection application and receives approval from PG&E to operate, all accounts in the NEM2VMSH Arrangement already on a TOU rate shall be permitted to remain on their current TOU rate. If any account is not currently taking service on a TOU rate, it will be defaulted to E-TOU-A if it is a residential account or to the TOU version of their current rate for all other classes. If defaulted due to not being on a TOU rate, the rate can subsequently be changed to another applicable TOU rate by contacting PG&E, effective on the eligible customers subsequent billing period. Residential Customers on this tariff, who are required to take TOU rates prior to the implementation of default TOU rates for residential customers, and who are on any TOU rate (including a TOU pilot rate) prior to the implementation of default residential TOU rates, have the option to stay on that TOU rate for a period of five years from the date the customer commences the TOU rate. (N) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I (N) For Generator and Common Area Accounts on general service OASs, the “Average Rate Limiter” and all other demand charges will be based on the demand in kilowatts as measured only on the energy being consumed at the Common Area Account or Generator Account from PG&E. The power factor, when it applies on the OAS, will be based on the energy consumed at the Account from PG&E and the average power factor over the past 12 billing months of operation prior to starting on NEM2VMSH. A Generator or Common Area Account, without 12 billing months of power factor history, will have its power factor estimated based on the nature of the connected loads and their hours of operation. Power factor will be subsequently applied to the bill at the Generator or Common Area Account until the customer demonstrates to PG&E’s satisfaction that adequate correction had been provided. PG&E will continue to monitor and review the power factor and if warranted, change the power factor correction on the Generator or Common Area Account’s bills. Charges for energy (kWh) supplied to a Load Account by PG&E, an ESP or a CCA, as applicable, will be calculated in accordance with Billing (Special Condition 2, below). For each Service Account, the energy rates and customer charges will be in accordance with their OAS. For a DA or a CCA Service Customer Load Account being billed under Consolidated PG&E Billing service , the ESP or CCA is responsible for providing the billing information regarding the applicable generation related bill charges or credits to PG&E on a timely basis. Generator Accounts eligible for service under NEM2VMSH are exempt from the requirements of Schedule S – Standby Service. (L) (Continued) Advice Decision 5321-E Issued by Robert S. Kenney Vice President, Regulatory Affairs Date Filed Effective Resolution June 29, 2018 June 29, 2018
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Attachment 2 Redline Tariffs
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Cancelling U 39 Revised Original Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 38167-E 37830-E San Francisco, California ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2V VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING SERVICE RATES: (Cont’d.) Sheet 6 For Benefitting Accounts on general service OASs, the “Average Rate Limiter” and all other demand charges will be based on the demand in kilowatts as measured only on the energy being consumed at the Benefitting Account from PG&E. The power factor, when it applies on the OAS, will be based on the energy consumed at the Benefitting Account from PG&E and the average power factor over the past 12 billing months of operation prior to starting on NEM2V. A Benefitting Account, without 12 billing months of power factor history, will have its power factor estimated based on the nature of the connected loads and their hours of operation. Power factor will be subsequently applied to the bill at the Benefitting Account until the Qualified Customer demonstrates to PG&E’s satisfaction that adequate correction had been provided. PG&E will continue to monitor and review the power factor and if warranted, change the power factor correction on the Benefitting Account’s bills. Charges for energy (kWh) at the Benefitting Account supplied by PG&E, ESP or CCA, as applicable, will be calculated in accordance with Billing (Special Condition 3 below). For DA or CCA Service Qualified Customers being billed under Consolidated PG&E Billing service, the ESP or CCA is responsible for providing the billing information regarding the applicable generation related bill charges or credits to PG&E on a timely basis. Customers must receive service on a TOU rate schedule, with no exceptions and no option to opt-out to an underlying rate that is not time differentiated, at the time the Customer begins service on this tariff. At the time the Generator Account Customer completes its interconnection application and receives approval from PG&E to operate, all accounts in the NEM2V Arrangement already on a TOU rate shall be permitted to remain on their current TOU rate. If any account is not currently taking service on a TOU rate, it will be defaulted to E-TOU-A if it is a residential account or to the TOU version of their current rate for all other classes. If defaulted due to not being on a TOU rate, the rate can subsequently be changed to another applicable TOU rate by contacting PG&E, effective on the eligible customers subsequent billing period. Residential Customers on this tariff, who are required to take TOU rates prior to the implementation of default TOU rates for residential customers, and who are on any TOU rate (including a TOU pilot rate) prior to the implementation of default residential TOU rates, have the option to stay on that TOU rate for a period of five years from the date the customer commences the TOU rate. (N) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I (N) The Owner of the Generator Account served under this schedule will be billed under the TOU OAS that contains the applicable customer-, minimum- and/or meter charges. Qualified Customers who have elected to pay a one-time fee for the installation of a TOU meter pursuant to Special Condition 1.a.(2) of this Schedule NEM2V will be placed on an OAS that does not contain a meter charge. If the Owner elects the monthly meter charge option pursuant to Special Condition 1.a.(2), the Generator Account shall be placed on an OAS containing a meter charge. The Owner at the Generator Account served under this schedule is responsible for all charges from its OAS including monthly minimum charges, customer charges, meter charges, facilities charges, demand charges and surcharges, as well as the charges in this Schedule NEM2V, including those in Special Conditions 1.a and 2, where applicable. (L) (L) (Continued) Advice Decision 4994-E Issued by Steven Malnight Senior Vice President Regulatory Affairs Date Filed Effective Resolution January 5, 2017 February 4, 2017
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Original U 39 Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 37851-E San Francisco, California ELECTRIC SCHEDULE NEM2VMSH Sheet 5 VIRTUAL NET ENERGY METERING FOR MULTIFAMILY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (MASH/NSHP) WITH SOLAR GENERATOR(S) RATES: The rate and charges at each Customer Load Account and the Generator Account under this schedule will be in accordance with its PG&E otherwiseapplicable metered rate schedule (OAS). The customer at each Customer Load Account or Generator Account served under this schedule is responsible for all charges from its TOU OAS including monthly minimum charges, customer charges, meter charges, facilities charges, demand charges , surcharges and non bypassable charges. Customers must receive service on a TOU rate schedule, with no exceptions and no option to opt-out to an underlying rate that is not time differentiated, at the time the Customer begins service on this tariff. At the time the Generator Account Customer completes its interconnection application and receives approval from PG&E to operate, all accounts in the NEM2VMSH Arrangement already on a TOU rate shall be permitted to remain on their current TOU rate. If any account is not currently taking service on a TOU rate, it will be defaulted to E-TOU-A if it is a residential account or to the TOU version of their current rate for all other classes. If defaulted due to not being on a TOU rate, the rate can subsequently be changed to another applicable TOU rate by contacting PG&E, effective on the eligible customers subsequent billing period. Residential Customers on this tariff, who are required to take TOU rates prior to the implementation of default TOU rates for residential customers, and who are on any TOU rate (including a TOU pilot rate) prior to the implementation of default residential TOU rates, have the option to stay on that TOU rate for a period of five years from the date the customer commences the TOU rate. (N) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I (N) For Generator and Common Area Accounts on general service OASs, the “Average Rate Limiter” and all other demand charges will be based on the demand in kilowatts as measured only on the energy being consumed at the Common Area Account or Generator Account from PG&E. The power factor, when it applies on the OAS, will be based on the energy consumed at the Account from PG&E and the average power factor over the past 12 billing months of operation prior to starting on NEM2VMSH. A Generator or Common Area Account, without 12 billing months of power factor history, will have its power factor estimated based on the nature of the connected loads and their hours of operation. Power factor will be subsequently applied to the bill at the Generator or Common Area Account until the customer demonstrates to PG&E’s satisfaction that adequate correction had been provided. PG&E will continue to monitor and review the power factor and if warranted, change the power factor correction on the Generator or Common Area Account’s bills. Charges for energy (kWh) supplied to a Load Account by PG&E, an ESP or a CCA, as applicable, will be calculated in accordance with Billing (Special Condition 2, below). For each Service Account, the energy rates and customer charges will be in accordance with their OAS. For a DA or a CCA Service Customer Load Account being billed under Consolidated PG&E Billing service , the ESP or CCA is responsible for providing the billing information regarding the applicable generation related bill charges or credits to PG&E on a timely basis. Generator Accounts eligible for service under NEM2VMSH are exempt from the requirements of Schedule S – Standby Service. (Continued) Advice Decision 4980-E 16-01-044 Issued by Steven Malnight Senior Vice President Regulatory Affairs Date Filed Effective Resolution December 16, 2016 December 16, 2016
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