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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

November 2, 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 4036-G/5418-E

Dear Energy Division Tariff Unit:
An original and 1 copy of substitute sheets are attached for Advice 4036-G/5418E, “Clean-Up of Gas and Electric Tariffs”.
In PG&E's Advice 4036-G/5418-E submitted on October 31, 2018, PG&E
inadvertently entered a typographical error in the description of the modification
being requested on item #36 of Appendix A (page 11) of the advice letter. The
first line of the description should state “Retire and cancel Electric Rate Schedule
E-37” and not Schedule E-347 as stated in the advice letter.
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 version of Appendix A (pages 4 to11) is attached. Please
discard the previously submitted pages.
Please telephone me at (415) 973-2094 should you have any questions
regarding the substitute sheets.

_/S/ Yvonne Yang___________

Yvonne Yang
Regulatory Affairs
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -4- October 31, 2018 Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -5- October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 1. Gas Form 61-0502 – Medical Baseline Allowance SelfCertification Request Form 2. Gas Form 62-3481 – Medical Baseline Allowance Application Page 2 Step 5.1 Revise the language that states “…supplied by PG&E” to “…delivered by PG&E” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 3. Gas Form 62-3531 – Service Report Version B Page 2 Removing the “PG&E prints its materials with soybased inks on recycled paper,” footer on Form 623531-B. PG&E has moved away from offset printing and printing that is done in-house is toner based. Printing of large print runs (50,000 plus) are generally done by commercial printers who typically use press ink. Therefore, the footer is no longer applicable and is being deleted. 4. Gas Form No. 79-753 – Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Agreement Page 2 Exhibit B Removing the “PG&E prints its materials with soybased inks on recycled paper,” footer on Form 623531-B. PG&E has moved away from offset printing and printing that is done in-house is toner based. Printing of large print runs (50,000 plus) are generally done by commercial printers who typically use press ink. Therefore, the footer is no longer applicable and is being deleted. 5. Gas Form No. 79-845L – Core Gas Aggregation Service Agreement, Attachment L-Consolidated PG&E Billing Creditworthiness Reduction Option Revise incorrect reference to the provisions of Gas Rule 23, section B.4.B, when actually the provisions are located in section F.4.B. 6. Gas Preliminary Statement, Part AN – Hazardous Substance Mechanism Sheet 1 -AN.5 Revise and update reference from Commission Advisory and Compliance Division (CACD) to Energy Division (ED). 7. Gas Rule 1 – Definitions Sheet 10 “Mailed” Refine definition of “Mailed” in Rule 1 to include exceptions prescribed by California Public Utility Code §779.1 or by the CPUC. PG&E submitted the identical revision to the definition of “Mailed” in Advice 5411-E. Adding link to “PGE.COM/selfcertify” to direct customers to on-line presentment of the Medical Baseline Allowance Self-Certification Request Form.
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -6- October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 8. Gas Rule 1 – Definitions Sheet 12 “Multifamily Accommodations” Reinserting missing text to the end of the second sentence of the definition of “Multifamily Accommodations” to state “…are not classed as multifamily accommodations.” The language was originally approved in Advice 1453-G-B and was inadvertently deleted from the definition in Advice 3248-G/3929-E during the relocation of the definition to another page. The definition of “Multifamily Accommodation” is complete under Electric Rule 1 and includes the language that is now be reinserted under Gas Rule 1. 9. Gas Rule 19 – Medical Baseline Quantities Page 1 – Section A Change incorrect reference that states that lifesupport devices are defined in Part C, when actually they are defined in Part D. 10. Gas Rule 19 – Medical Baseline Quantities Sheet 2 – Section D & E Revise the language that states “…supplied by PG&E” to “…delivered by PG&E” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 11 Electric Form 61-0502 – Medical Baseline Allowance SelfCertification Request Form 12. Electric Form 62-3481 – Medical Baseline Allowance Application Page 2 – Step 5.1 Revise the language that states “…supplied by PG&E” to “...delivered by PG&E” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 13. Electric Form 62-3531 – Service Report Version B – Page 2 Removing the “PG&E prints its materials with soybased inks on recycled paper,” footer on Form 623531-B. PG&E has moved away from offset printing and printing that is done in-house is toner based. Printing of large print runs (50,000 plus) are generally done by commercial printers who typically use press ink. Therefore, the footer is no longer applicable and is being deleted. 14. Electric Form 79-1110 – Reactive Demand Exemption Form Page 1 • Revise applicability of Reactive Demand Exemption from “transmission-connected synchronous generators on automatic voltage control (AVR)” to “qualified generators on automatic voltage regulation (AVR)”. • Revise “Generator Type” column heading from “Synchronous or Induction” to “Synchronous , Inductive or Inverter”. • Add customer signature block area. Adding link to “PGE.COM/selfcertify” to direct customers to on-line presentment of the Medical Baseline Allowance Self-Certification Request Form.
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -7- October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 15. Electric Form 79-1122 – Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on Electric Service Retire and cancel tariff Retire and cancel Form. Electric Form 79-1122 was replaced by Electric Form 79-1154 Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on Electric Service. Therefore, PG&E is retiring and canceling form 79-1122. 16. Electric Form 79-1151A – Agreement And Customer Authorization For Solar And/Or Wind Electric Generating Facilities Of 30 Kilowatts Or Less Page 5 – Part IV, Section I Revise the language from “...supplied by PG&E…” to “...supplied by the energy provider…” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 17. Electric Form 79-1151A-02 – Agreement And Customer Authorization Net Energy Metering (NEM2) Internconnection For Solar And/Or Wind Electric Generating Facilities Of 30 Kilowatts Or Less Page 5 – Part III, Section D Revise the language from “If a customer exported more electricity than they drew from PG&E…” to “If a customer exported more electricity than they drew from the energy provider…”, since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 18. Electric Form 79-1191 – Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Local Government Renewable Energy SelfGeneration Bill Credit Transfer (RES-BCT) Page 2 – Section 4.1 and Typo- Correct Section References Electric Form 79-1193 – Agreement and Customer Authorization Net Energy Metering Interconnection for Solar and/or Wind Electric Generating Facilities of 30 Kilowatts or Less Paired with Energy Storage of 10 Kilowatts or Less Page 6 – Section I 19. Page 6 – Section 8.1 • Section 4.1 – Correct reference from Section 19 to Section 18. • Section 8.1 – Correct reference from Section 9 to Section 8. Revise the language from “...supplied by PG&E…” to “...supplied by the energy provider…” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer.
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -8- October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 20. Electric Form 79-1193-02 – Agreement and Customer Authorization Net Energy Metering (NEM2) Interconnection for Solar and/or Wind Electric Generating Facilities of 30 kW or Less with Energy Storage of 10 kW or Less Page 5 – Section G Revise the language from “PG&E” to “the energy provider” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer. 21. Electric Preliminary Statement, Part S – Hazardous Substance Mechanism Sheet 1 – Section S.5 Revise and update reference from Commission Advisory and Compliance Division (CACD) to Energy Division (ED). 22. Electric Rate Schedule A-1 - Small General Service Sheet 1 – Applicability Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 23. Electric Rate Schedule A-10 – Medium General Demand-Metered Service Sheet 2 – Applicability Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 24. Electric Rate Schedule A-10 – Medium General Demand-Metered Service Sheet 3 & 5 – Rates Eliminated and removed Optional Meter Data Access Charge from Schedule A-10 as applicable. The optional meter data access charge was intended to recover the monthly cost of providing electric interval meter usage data through PG&E’s InterAct system to a Direct Access (DA) customer who was not participating in a demand response (DR) program. This charge was never applicable to Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers. PG&E has verified that this charge has never been assessed to any customer’s PG&E bill. PG&E offers access to meter data to customers online through MyEnergy, making this charge unnecessary. 25. Electric Rate Schedule A-6 – Small General Time-ofUse Service Sheet 2 – Applicability Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 26. Electric Rate Schedule AG-4 – Time-of-Use Agricultural Power Sheet 3 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 27. Electric Rate Schedule AG-5 – Large Time-of-Use Agricultural Power Sheet 3 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. Sheet 6 – Section S.8
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E -9- October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 28. Electric Rate Schedule AG-ICE – Agriculture Internal Combustion Engine Conversion Incentive Rate – Expiration Transition Rate: Retire and cancel tariff Retire and cancel Ag-ICE rate scheduled. D.1512-039 authorized a phase-out of Schedule AGICE, for two years beyond the original December 31, 2015 expiration date specified in D.05-06-016. The phase-out and termination of Schedule AGICE was implemented in January 2018 through AL 4957-E/EA, filed in November and December of 2016. No customers remain on this rate schedule. Therefore, PG&E is retiring and canceling Schedule AG-ICE. 29. Electric Rate Schedule AG-R – Split-Week Timeof-Use Agricultural Power Sheet 3 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 30. Electric Rate Schedule AG-V – Short-Peak Timeof-Use Agricultural Power Sheet 3 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 31. Electric Rate Schedule E-19 – Medium General Demand-Metered TOU Service Sheet 2 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 32. Electric Rate Schedule E-19 - Medium General Demand-Metered TOU Service Sheet 3 – Section 1. D.15-08-005 in PG&E’s 2014 General Rate Case Phase II closed the Schedule A-6 Solar Pilot program to new participants, and to expanded load by current participants, effective August 13, 2015. This short cross-reference clause is therefore no longer needed in Schedule E-19, and is being eliminated to avoid customer confusion. 33. Electric Rate Schedule E-19 – Medium General Demand-Metered TOU Service Sheet 4 & 7 Section 3 The optional meter data access charge was intended to recover the monthly cost of providing electric interval meter usage data through PG&E’s InterAct system to a Direct Access (DA) customer who was not participating in a demand response (DR) program. This charge was never applicable to Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers. PG&E has verified that this charge has never been assessed to any customer’s PG&E bill. PG&E offers access to meter data to customers online through MyEnergy, making this charge unnecessary. This being eliminated and removed from Schedule E-19 as applicable.
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E - 10 - October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 34. Electric Rate Schedule E-20 – Service to Customers with Maximum Demands of 1000 Kilowatts or More Sheet 1 – Section 1 Modify definition of CCA from “Customer Choice Aggregation” to “Community Choice Aggregation. 35. Electric Rate Schedule E-20 – Service to Customers with Maximum Demands of 1000 Kilowatts or More Sheet 3 & 5 – Section 3 The optional meter data access charge was intended to recover the monthly cost of providing electric interval meter usage data through PG&E’s InterAct system to a Direct Access (DA) customer who was not participating in a demand response (DR) program. This charge was never applicable to Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers. PG&E has verified that this charge has never been assessed to any customer’s PG&E bill. PG&E offers access to meter data to customers online through MyEnergy, making this charge unnecessary. This being eliminated and removed from Schedule E-20 as applicable. 36. Electric Rate Schedule E-37 – Medium General Demand-Metered Time-ofUse Service to Oil & Gas Extraction Customers Retire and cancel tariff Retire and cancel Electric Rate Schedule E-37. D.15-08-005 in PG&E’s 2014 GRC Phase II approved the transition of Schedule E-37 oil pumping customers to otherwise applicable commercial and industrial rate schedules, effective beginning November 2017 for customers with 12 months of interval data. PG&E expects this annual transition to be completed in or soon after November 2018, and requests CPUC approval in advance to retire and cancel Schedule E-37 tariff as soon as cleared after November 2018 of any billing purposes. 37. Electric Rate Schedule EL-TOUPP – Residential CARE Program Time-ofUse Pilot Project Service: Retire and cancel tariff Retire and cancel Electric Rate Schedule ELTOUPP rate schedule - Pilots began in June 2016 and ended in December 2017, pursuant to Resolution E-4762 issued February 25, 2016. Since the pilot has ended PG&E is retiring and canceling Schedule EL-TOUPP. 38. Electric Rate Schedule E-TOUPP – Residential Time-of-Use Pilot Project Service: Retire and cancel tariff Retire and cancel Electric Rate Schedule ETOUPP rate schedule. - Pilots began in June 2016 and ended in December 2017, pursuant Resolution E-4762 issued February 25, 2016. Since the pilot has ended PG&E is retiring and canceling Schedule E-TOUPP.
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Advice 4036-G/5418-E - 11 - October 31, 2018 Advice 4036-G/5418-E Appendix A Clean-Up Modification and Cancellations of Tariffs # Tariff Location Modification/Additional Information 39. Electric Rule 19 – Medical Baseline Quantities Sheet 1 – Section B Eligibility Change incorrect reference that states that lifesupport devices are defined in Part C, when actually they are defined in Part D. 40. Electric Rule 19 – Medical Baseline Quantities Sheet 2 – Part D & E Revise the language that states “…supplied by PG&E” to “…delivered by PG&E” since PG&E may or may not be the supplier of the energy that is delivered to the customer.
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