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

April 8, 2019
ADVICE 3977-E-A
(U 338-E)
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ENERGY DIVISION
Supplement to Advice 3977-E, Implementation of Southern
California Edison Company’s Consolidated Revenue
Requirement and Rate Change on April 4, 2019

SUBJECT:

PURPOSE
Southern California Edison Company (SCE) submits this supplemental advice letter
to modify the implementation date of the 2019 California Public Utilities Commission
(Commission or CPUC) and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
approved revenue requirements in rate levels from April 4, 2019 to April 12, 2019.1
These changes are made in accordance with General Order (GO) 96-B, General
Rule 7.5.1, which authorizes utilities to make additional changes to an advice letter
through the submittal of a supplemental advice letter. This advice letter supplements
in part and does not change the substance of the original Advice 3977-E.
BACKGROUND
As originally discussed in Advice 3977-E, SCE’s consolidated revenue requirement
change to be reflected in rate levels effective April 12, 2019 is an increase from
current revenue requirements of $60.579 million.

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SCE encountered system testing concerns with the rate changes scheduled to be
implemented on April 4, 2019. This unforeseen and unanticipated technological issue
resulted in additional system testing, which delayed the implementation of the rate level
changes in tariffs until April 12, 2019.

P.O. Box 800

8631 Rush Street

Rosemead, California 91770

(626) 302-9645

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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -2- April 8, 2019 In addition to Commission-authorized 2019 program funding amounts,2 this advice letter, along with details provided within Advice 3977-E, implements the 2018 Energy Resource Recovery Account (ERRA) Trigger Decision (D.) 19-01-045 and SCE’s Advice 3768-E Z-factor wildfire insurance pursuant to Resolution E-4994 in rate levels effective April 12, 2019.3 Pursuant to D.15-10-037, this advice letter along with Advice 3977-E, includes for recovery the year-end recorded balances in four of SCE’s major balancing accounts: the Base Revenue Requirement Balancing Account (BRRBA), the Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism (NDAM), the California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) balancing account and the Public Purpose Programs Adjustment Mechanism (PPPAM). SCE reiterates the recorded December 31, 2018 balances in these accounts to be implemented into rate levels effective April 12, 2019 and provides Appendix A, which was inadvertently not included when SCE submitted Advice 3977-E on March 27, 2019.4 BRRBA The year-end 2018 recorded balance in the BRRBA is an over-collection of $527.596 million (including FF&U). However, as shown on Line 21 of Table 1 below, SCE shows a year-end 2018 BRRBA over-collection of $208.745 million. The $527.596 million ending balance has been adjusted to remove certain revenue requirement amounts that record to the BRRBA but are broken out separately on Table 1 for discussion purposes in this advice letter. These other items are shown on Line 15 – Pole Loading and Deteriorated Poles Balancing Account (PLDPBA), Line 16 – Tax Accounting Memorandum Account (TAMA), Line 17 – Pension/PBOP/Medical balancing accounts, Line 32 – 2015 ERRA Review, Line 34 – 2016 ERRA Review, Lines 36 and 37 – DR Surcharge/Incentives Subaccount, and Line 41, Z-Factor. A detailed 2 3 4 SCE submitted advice letters that request 2019 funding levels to be reflected in January 1, 2019 rate levels for programs including Aliso Canyon Utility Owned Energy Storage (Advice 3895-E) and Charge Ready Phase 1 Pilot and Transportation Electrification Portfolio Projects (Advice 3899-E). As discussed in this advice letter, SCE is implementing the 2019 funding for all CPUC-authorized programs in rates on April 12, 2019. As discussed below, and described in Advice 3972-E submitted on March 19, 2019, the Commission approved D.19-02-024 in SCE’s 2019 ERRA Forecast proceeding on February 21, 2019; however, in this advice letter, as it regards that proceeding, SCE is only implementing the semi-annual California residential Climate Credit of $33.00 in rates effective April 1, 2019. SCE will implement the balance of the rate changes resulting from D.19-02-024 in its June 1, 2019 rate change. The recorded 2018 activity in these balancing accounts will be reviewed by the Commission in SCE’s 2018 Record Period ERRA Review application, which will file on April 1, 2019.
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -3- April 8, 2019 reconciliation of these amounts and all monthly entries for both the generation and distribution subaccounts of the BRRBA is provided in Appendix A. Table 2 also provides both the distribution subaccount and generation subaccount December 31, 2018 balances (adjusted for these same items). NDAM The year-end 2018 recorded balance in the NDAM is an over-collection of $32.079 million (including FF&U). However, as shown on Line 22 of Table 1 below, SCE shows a year-end 2018 NDAM over-collection of $0.224 million. The $32.079 million ending balance has been adjusted to remove $31.855 million in Department of Energy (DOE) Litigation proceeds (including interest and FF&U) that record to the NDAM but are broken out separately on Table 1 for discussion purposes in this advice letter (included in Line 33 – 2015 ERRA Review). Detailed support for this amount and all monthly entries in the NDAM balancing account is provided in Appendix A. CARE Balancing Account As shown on Line 23 of Table 1, the year-end 2018 recorded balance in the CARE balancing account is an over-collection of $8.159 million (including FF&U). Detailed support for this amount and all monthly entries in the CARE balancing account is provided in Appendix A. PPPAM As shown on Line 24 of Table 1, the year-end 2018 recorded balance in the PPPAM is an over-collection of $22.053 million (including FF&U). Detailed support for this amount and all monthly entries in the PPPAM balancing account is provided in Appendix A. SCE’s April 12, 2019 CONSOLIDATED REVENUE REQUIREMENT Table 1 below summarizes the revenue requirement changes by proceeding that the Commission and the FERC have authorized that SCE will implement in rates effective April 12, 2019.
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -4- April 8, 2019 Table 1 Southern California Edison Company April 12, 2019 Consolidated Revenue Requirements In Rate Levels By Proceeding TOTAL SYSTEM ($000) Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Revenue Requirement Component Revenue Rqmts January 1, 2019 Rate Levels Revenue Rqmts April 12, 2019 Rate Levels Change In Revenue Requirements Authority For Change 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ERRA FORECAST PROCEEDING Fuel and Purchased Power GHG Cost GHG Revenue Return ESMA/LCTA New System Generation Balancing Account ERRA Balancing Account TOTAL 9. GRC PROCEEDING 4,412,513 317,231 (376,087) (7,102) (164,037) 393,030 4,575,548 4,412,513 317,231 (349,898) (7,102) (164,037) 824,898 5,033,605 Generation O&M and Capital Peaker O&M and Capital (New System Gen) Distribution O&M and Capital Subtotal 787,648 56,525 4,796,259 5,640,432 787,648 56,525 4,796,259 5,640,432 14. Tax Refund (2012 - 2014 Incre. Repair Deductions) 15. Pole Loading & Deteriorated Poles Balancing Account 16. Tax Accounting Memorandum Account (TAMA) 17. Pension/PBOP/Medical Balancing Accounts 18. Non-utility Affiliate Credits 19. TOTAL 5,936 (43,999) (226,879) (43,791) (11,261) 5,320,438 2,647 (267,034) (69,725) (11,261) 5,295,059 (5,936) 46,646 (40,154) (25,934) (25,378) 65,099 39 (10,386) 4,235 56,648 6,070 70,355 8,753 2,844 43,351 70,651 315,893 17,191 1,056,724 (94,964) 1,612,505 (208,745) (224) (8,159) (22,053) 12,721 56,648 3,885 71,211 8,753 2,471 8,326 (5,199) (31,855) (83,813) 41,979 (134,523) 130,396 76,978 251,449 108,400 1,056,724 (94,964) 1,240,406 (273,844) (264) 2,228 (26,288) 12,721 (2,185) 855 (373) 8,326 (5,199) (31,855) (83,813) (1,373) (134,523) 130,396 6,328 (64,444) (17,191) 108,400 (372,099) (5,500) 376,786 371,286 (5,500) 376,786 371,286 10. 11. 12. 13. 20. Other 21. BRRBA 22. NDAM Balancing Account 23. CARE Balancing Account 24. PPPAM Balancing Account 25. Aliso Canyon Energy Storage 26. Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) 27. CA Solar Initiatives/MASH/SASH 28. Low Income Programs (ESAP & CARE) 29. Statewide ME&O 30. Charge Ready Phase 1 Pilot 31. Transportation Electrification 32. 2015 ERRA Review 33. 2015 ERRA Review (NDAM) 34. 2016 ERRA Review 35. Demand Response Programs 36. Demand Response Surcharge Collected 37. Demand Response Incentives Paid 38. EPIC - RD&D and Renewables 39. Energy Efficiency 40. Energy Efficiency Incentives 41. Z-Factor for Wildfire Insurance 42. CEMA 43. FERC Base Transmission 44. FERC Transmission Balancing Accounts 45. TOTAL 46. DWR 47. Power Charge 48. Bond Charge 49. TOTAL 50. TOTAL REVENUE REQUIREMENT CHANGE 11,879,777 11,940,356 26,189 431,868 458,057 D.19-02-024 D.19-01-045 - D.15-11-021 D.15-11-021, Advice 3809-E D.15-11-021 D.15-10-037 D.15-10-037 D.15-10-037 D.15-10-037 D.18-06-009, Advice 3895-E D.15-01-027, Advice 3212-E-A D.16-11-022, Resolution E-4885 D.16-09-020, Advice 3869-E D.16-01-023, Advice 3899-E D.18-01-024 and D.18-05-040, Advice 3899-E D.18-08-007, Advice 3863-E D.18-08-007, Advice 3863-E D.18-10-031, Advice 3906-E D.17-12-003, D.18-05-041 D.17-12-003 D.17-12-003 D.18-01-008 D.18-05-041 Resolution E-4994, Advice 3768-E 60,579 Table 2 below summarizes these same revenue requirement changes by unbundled rate components (e.g., Generation, Distribution, and Transmission).
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -5- April 8, 2019 Table 2 Southern California Edison Company 2019 Consolidated Revenue Requirements by Rate Component Revenue Requirements January 1, 2019 Rate Levels 1. GENERATION SERVICE 2. Generation Rate Component: 3. SCE: 4. Fuel and Purchased Power 5. GHG Cost 6. Green Rate Tariff 7. ERRA Balancing Account 8. Net Generator Refunds (ESMA/LCTA) 9. Demand Response Programs 10. GRC - Generation O&M and Capital 11. BRRBA Balancing Account 12. 2015 ERRA Review 13. 2016 ERRA Review 14. Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection 15. Demand Response Incentives 16. Tax Refunds (2012 - 2014 Incre. Repair Deductions) 17. TAMA Transfer incl. interest 18. Z-Factor for Wildfire Insurance 19. Pension Balancing Account 20. Medical Programs Balancing Account 21. PBOPs Balancing Account 22. Total SCE Generation 23. DWR Power Charge 24. Total Generation Rate Component 25. DELIVERY SERVICE 26. Nonbypassable New System Generation Service Component: 27. GRC - Peaker O&M and Capital 28. New Generation CAM Capacity & CHP 29. Aliso Canyon Energy Storage 30. New System Generation Balancing Account 31. Total New System Generation 32. Distribution Rate Component: 33. BRRBA Balancing Account 34. Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection 35. Tax Refunds (2012 - 2014 Incre. Repair Deductions) 36. Tax Accounting Memorandum Account (TAMA) 37. Pole Loading & Deteriorated Poles Balancing Account 38. Pension Balancing Account 39. Medical Programs Balancing Account 40. PBOPs Balancing Account 41. 2016 ERRA Review 42. CEMA 43. LCR (DR-related) 44. GRC - Distribution O&M and Capital 45. Non-utility Affiliate Credits 46. Demand Response Programs 47. Demand Response IDSM Programs 48. DRPBA Incentive Subacct Transfer 49. Demand Response Incentives Paid 50. Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) 51. CA Solar Initiatives/MASH/SASH 52. Charge Ready Pilot 53. Transportation Electrification 54. Z-Factor for Wildfire Insurance 55. EE Incentives 56. GHG Revenue 57. Total Distribution Rate Component 58. Nuclear Decommissioning Rate Component: 59. Spent Nuclear Fuel 60. NDAM Balancing Account 61. 2015 ERRA Review- DOE Litigation Refund 62. Decommissioning Trust Fund 63. Total Nuclear Decommissioning Rate Component: 64. Public Purpose Programs Rate Component: 65. CARE Balancing Account 66. PPPAM Balancing Account 67. New Solar Homes Partnership Program 68. EPIC - RD&D and Renewables 69. Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) 70. Procurement Energy Efficiency 71. On-Bill Financing 72. LCR (EE-Related) 73. CIA 74. Statewide ME&O 75. Energy Savings Assistance Program 76. CARE Program Administration 77. Total Public Purpose Programs Rate Component 78. Transmission Rate Component: 79. Base Transmission 80. Transmission Balancing Accounts 81. Total Transmission Rate Component 82. DWR Bond Charge 83. Total Delivery Service 84. Total SCE Revenue Requirement 85. Total DWR Revenue Requirement 86. Total Company Revenue Requirement 3,873,994 317,231 925 393,030 (7,102) 3,076 787,648 5,760 101 (2,139) (14,553) (1,277) (3,035) (2,485) 5,351,175 (5,500) 5,345,675 Revenue Requirements April 12, 2019 Rate Levels 3,873,994 317,231 925 824,898 (7,102) 3,076 787,648 (4,572) (5,199) (7,989) 183 1,946 5,254 16,824 (2,817) (3,688) (4,313) 5,796,299 (5,500) 5,790,799 Change In Revenue Requirements 431,868 (10,332) (5,199) (7,989) 82 1,946 2,139 19,807 16,824 (1,540) (653) (1,828) 445,124 445,124 56,525 505,700 (164,037) 398,188 56,525 505,700 12,721 (164,037) 410,909 12,721 12,721 59,138 101 8,075 (212,326) (43,999) (6,952) (16,517) (13,525) 11,753 4,796,259 (11,261) 30,020 10,255 56,648 6,070 2,844 17,191 (376,087) 4,317,686 (204,538) 183 (272,288) 2,647 (15,344) (20,085) (23,479) (75,824) 11,753 4,796,259 (11,261) 30,020 8,882 (134,523) 128,450 3,885 2,471 8,326 91,576 (349,898) 3,977,213 (263,676) 82 (8,075) (59,961) 46,646 (8,392) (3,567) (9,954) (75,824) (1,373) (134,523) 128,450 (56,648) (2,185) (373) 8,326 91,576 (17,191) 26,189 (340,474) 4,361 (224) (31,855) (27,718) (264) (31,855) (32,119) (10,386) (42,547) 70,651 300,517 15,376 15,780 46,782 8,753 63,266 7,089 475,281 (8,159) (92,577) 76,978 56,648 251,449 15,780 70,524 8,753 64,355 6,856 450,607 2,228 (50,030) 6,328 56,648 (49,068) (15,376) 23,742 1,089 (234) (24,674) 1,056,724 (94,964) 961,761 1,056,724 (94,964) 961,761 4,361 39 4,400 - 376,786 376,786 6,534,102 6,149,557 (384,545) - 11,508,491 371,286 11,879,777 11,569,070 371,286 11,940,356 60,579 60,579
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -6- April 8, 2019 Table 3 below illustrates the class average rate impacts associated with the consolidated April 12, 2019 revenue requirement change. Table 3 Bundled Average Rates (¢ / kWh) 03/01/2019 18.1 04/12/2019 18.1 Percentage Change 0.4% GS-1 TC-1 GS-2 TOU-GS-3 Total LSMP 17.2 18.7 17.3 15.3 16.7 17.1 18.4 17.1 15.2 16.7 -0.4% -1.8% -0.6% -0.4% -0.5% TOU-8-SEC TOU-8-PRI TOU-8-SUB Total Large Power 13.8 12.4 8.3 11.9 13.7 12.4 8.5 11.9 -0.2% 0.0% 2.0% 0.3% TOU-PA-2 TOU-PA-3 Total Ag.& Pumping 14.2 12.0 13.2 14.1 12.0 13.2 -0.1% 0.0% -0.1% Street Lighting 18.5 18.5 0.3% TOU-8-SEC-S TOU-8-PRI-S TOU-8-SUB-S Total Standby Total 14.9 13.8 8.4 10.0 15.9 14.9 13.8 8.5 10.1 15.9 -0.3% -0.2% 1.8% 1.0% 0.0% Rate Class Residential PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGES No tariff changes are provided herein. The revised tariff sheets provided in Attachment A of Advice 3977-E shall continue to be the tariffs SCE proposes to be effective April 12, 2019. In addition to the revenue requirement changes discussed above, the tariff schedules included in Attachment A of Advice 3977-E reflect modifications to residential rate schedules to include the authorized 2019 semi-annual California Climate Credit of $33.00 pursuant to D.19-02-024.
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -7- April 8, 2019 Finally, on January 10, 2019, the Commission approved Resolution M-4839 which increases the electric Public Utilities Commission Reimbursement Fee (PUCRF) from $0.00046/kWh to $0.00058/kWh effective April 1, 2019.5 TIER DESIGNATION Pursuant to General Order (GO) 96-B, Energy Industry Rule 5.1, this advice letter is submitted with a Tier 1 designation, which is the same Tier designation as requested in Advice 3977-E. EFFECTIVE DATE This advice letter will become effective on April 12, 2019, the date of the consolidated rate change. PROTESTS SCE asks that the Commission, pursuant to GO 96-B, General Rule 7.5.1, maintain the original protest and comment period designated in Advice 3851-E and not reopen the protest period. The modifications included in this supplemental advice letter do not make substantive changes that would affect the overall evaluation of the advice letter. 5 On February 27, 2019, SCE submitted Advice 3957-E to implement its 2018 GRC Phase 2 and 2016 RDW decisions in rates effective March 1, 2019. Due to SCE billing system constraints, there must be 34 days between rate changes; hence the April 12, 2019 effective date of this instant advice letter. Therefore, SCE cannot effectuate the revised electric PUCRF in customer bills on April 1, 2019. However, SCE will timely implement the rate change as far as reimbursing the Commission in the following way: SCE submits quarterly payments to the Commission for the amount of PUCRF revenue owed based on an invoice the Commission sends to SCE with the PUCRF payment amount calculated based on SCE’s recorded kWh usage for each month x the PUCRF rate; therefore, SCE will reimburse the Commission for the full amount of PUCRF revenue owed (which will have the practical effect of having the PUCRF rate change “implemented” on April 1). However, SCE will experience a revenue shortfall (currently estimated at approximately $250,000) from its customers as SCE will not have billed customers for the period between the effective rate change and when SCE is capable of billing its customers for that rate change (i.e., April 1 – 11, 2019). SCE will temporarily absorb that revenue shortfall and proposes to debit the actual amount of the shortfall of PUCRF revenue to the distribution subaccount of the BRRBA; in this way SCE will “collect” the revenue shortfall amount from customers when the 2019 year-end BRRBA balance is included in rates, and the Commission will be at all times “kept whole” for SCE’s portion of the overall PUCRF funding requirement.
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -8- April 8, 2019 NOTICE 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, A.14-06-011, A.18-05-003, A.18-11-009, A.13-11-003, A.16-09-001, R.12-11-005, A.14-11-007 et al, A.12-08-007 et al, A.14-10-014, A.17-06-030, A.17-01-020 et al, A.17-03-020, A.16-04-001, A.17-04-004, A.17-01-012 et al, A.17-05-005, A.17-01-013 et al, R.03-10-003, R.15-02-012, R.16-02-007, R.17-09-020, R.12-06-013, R.13-11-005, Resolution M-4839, and R.17-06-026 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) 302-4039. 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 ALs 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 Linda Letizia at (626) 302-3634 or by electronic mail at Linda.Letizia@sce.com or Robert Thomas at (626) 302-3505 or by electronic mail at Robert.Thomas@sce.com. Southern California Edison Company /s/ Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. GAS:ll/rt:jm Enclosure
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) -9- Appendix A April 8, 2019
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) April 8, 2019 - 10 - Recorded January (305,771) - (138,992) 153 (138,839) Recorded Feb (4,079) (93,493) 109,462 15,969 (371,431) 4 (87,417) (8,110) (12,705) (16,542) (124,774) (464,309) (5,390) (210,093) 93,493 (116,600) (353,099) 0 (58,729) 373 (58,356) (376,884) (4,375) (223,396) 210,093 (13,304) (367,957) 2 (148,291) (148,291) (382,977) (4,446) (230,693) 223,396 (7,297) (380,130) 4 (131,938) (269,163) (401,101) (96,670) 379,298 3,305 10,715 (13,479) 155 500 4,667 (88) 12 (425) 348 185 103 152 385,446 (482,116) (5,597) (246,533) 230,693 (15,840) (471,885) 12 (367,294) (367,294) (248,130) 440,934 3,842 12,456 (16,737) 192 500 4,667 (286) 4 (428) 838 245 141 225 446,592 (694,721) (8,064) (366,786) 246,533 (120,253) (582,560) 27 (464,685) (464,685) 162,376 393,521 3,316 11,117 (12,243) 140 500 4,667 46 (360) 491 354 378 450 402,378 (240,002) (2,786) (186,689) 366,786 180,097 (422,920) 35 (908) (710,005) (921) 412,486 3,476 11,652 (12,510) 144 500 4,667 9 (512) 268 333 348 328 (4) 421,185 (422,106) (4,900) (181,198) 186,689 5,491 (432,537) 40 (548,740) (73,882) (1,072) (623,695) 100,258 398,263 3,356 11,251 (9,849) 113 500 4,667 (6) (369) (51) 232 830 165 409,101 (308,843) (3,585) (153,005) 181,198 28,193 (340,648) 27 (625,754) (625,754) Recorded November (1,677) 384,039 3,236 10,849 (10,017) 115 500 4,667 141 0 (370) 210 349 2,621 80 396,420 (398,096) (4,621) (211,340) 153,005 (58,335) (344,412) 29 (526,604) 16,579 1,043 (5,484) (514,467) Recorded December 28,995 4,741,222 40,486 133,935 (136,014) 1,561 6,000 56,000 (808) 35 (4,983) 4,498 2,472 4,924 2,624 (4) (145) 4,851,802 (4,822,807) (55,984) (2,305,223) 2,180,620 (124,603) (4,754,369) 181 (98,548) (13) (1,261) (23,209) (15,168) 2,617 (8,110) (17,738) (19,854) (369) (3) (1) 4,758 16,579 1,043 153 (12,705) (16,542) (536) (269,163) (79,366) (1,072) (538,509) 32. Less: FF&U (Rate .0.988525) (150) (58,729) - (129) (148,291) - (163) (131,938) - (233) (367,294) - (649) (464,685) - (720) (713,855) - (1,040) (548,740) - (1,111) (625,754) - (1,139) (526,604) - (1,108) (517,220) - (1,077) - (7,707) Annual Summary (98,548) (13) (1,261) (23,209) (15,168) 2,617 (17,738) (19,854) (369) (3) (1) (173,547) (109,462) 92,535 (16,927) (351,379) 34,457 407,745 3,553 11,518 (10,936) 125 500 4,667 (116) 19 (305) 445 152 164 45 (145) 417,433 - Recorded October (381,019) (0) (3,703) 16,586 384,039 3,346 10,849 (10,350) 119 500 4,667 (146) (614) 960 27 (65) 139 393,471 Recorded September (92,535) 86,737 (5,798) (318,995) (89,771) 365,074 3,181 10,313 (9,974) 114 500 4,667 (169) (446) 336 107 410 424 374,537 2018: January - December Recorded Base Revenue Requirement Balancing Account (P9019-Distb/ P9020-Gen) (Thousands of Dollars) Recorded Recorded Recorded Recorded Recorded April May June July August 1. Beginning Balance 2. Affiliate Transfer Memo Account 3. PAACBA Int. Trnsfr 4. DRPBA Interest Transfer 5. PBOPs Balancing Account Transfer 6. Pensions Balancing Account Transfer 7. Pole Loading Balancing Account Transfer 8. EDRA Transfer 9. Results Sharing Memo Account Transfer 10. Medical Balancing Account Transfer 11. Charge Ready Transfer 12. Charge Ready Interest Transfer 13. ACDRPBA Interest Transfer 14. Hazardous Waste Transfer 15. MMMBA Transfer 16. TEPBA Transfer 17. DRAM True Up w Interest 18. Shareholder Assigned Costs 2009 - 2017 19. Non-Utility Affiliate Credit True-Up 20. 2018 DRPBA Aut Rev Change w Interest 21. 2017 TAMA Transfer w Interest 22. DRPBA 2016 Balance Transfer (Oct); DRPBA Incentive Subacct T 23. PAACBA 2016 Balance Transfer 24. Adjusted Beginning Balance (4,439) 66,174 407,745 3,424 11,518 (10,414) 120 500 4,667 (76) (464) 257 315 (128) 89 417,553 (186) (87,417) Recorded March 25. Revenue: 26. Billed Distribution 27. Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection (382,379) 51,572 360,333 3,026 10,179 (8,629) 99 500 4,667 (65) (350) 212 (34) 121 508 370,566 Line No. Item I. Distribution Subaccount: (P9019) 33. Total Distribution Revenue 34,741 407,745 3,424 11,518 (10,876) 125 500 4,667 (53) (341) 183 209 19 417,120 - (517,220) (138,992) (713,855) 4,758 34. Expenses: 35. Authorized GRC Revenue Requirement 36. DRPBA Authorized Rev 37. DRPBA Incentive Authorized Revenue 38. DR Surcharge 39. Less: DR Surcharge FF&U 40. California Solar Initiative 41. Authorized Self Generation 42. Aggregator Payments 43. Smart Grid "ARRA" Expenses 44. TSP/Smart Grid "ARRA" (OOR) 45. Energy Service Provider Interface (ESPI) Costs 46. Non-Utility Affiliate Credits 47. Demand Response Capacity payment AMP 48. Charge Ready Program Monthly Transfer 49. Energy Efficiency Risk Reward 50. LCR - DR 51. 21st Century Energy Systems 52. Digital Advocacy 53. DR Auction Mechanism (DRAM) 54. External Audit 55. CEMA - Drought & 3 Fires Revenue 56. Gain of Sale Gary & Fran Substation 57. Subtotal Authorized Expenses 28. Change in Unbilled 29. Current Month Accrual 30. Last Month Reversal 31. Change in Unbilled 58. Distribution Monthly (Over)/Under Collection Ending Balance Distribution Subaccount End of Month Adjustment 59. Interest 61. 60. 0.988525 Beginning Balance Ending Pensions Balancing Account Transfer Medical Balancing Account Transfer PBOPs Balancing Account Transfer TAMA Transfer incl. interest DR Incentives/Surcharge Z Factor for Wildfire Ins Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection CEMA - Drought & 3 Fires Revenue Pole Loading BA 2016 ERRA BRRBA-D Balance for CRR Table 1 (517,220) w/FF&U (523,224) (15,344) (20,085) (23,479) (272,288) (6,073) 91,576 183 2,647 (75,824) (204,538)
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) April 8, 2019 - 11 - (18,108) 14,522 (3,586) (62,553) (0) 5,597 (73) (4,263) (2,785) (3,645) (3,094) (884) (1) (9,147) (54,980) (638) (20,721) 18,108 (2,613) (53,005) 0 (12,464) (12,464) (60,997) (708) (18,022) 20,721 2,699 (64,408) 4 (12,998) (2,156) 862 (14,292) 45,938 13,824 179 100 60,041 (77,030) (894) (35,240) 18,022 (17,218) (60,706) 0 (8,668) (8,668) (43) (404) 48,274 14,527 189 105 551 63,645 (64,049) (743) (37,212) 35,240 (1,972) (62,822) 2 (25,492) (25,492) 89,553 (40) (5,620) 68,518 20,619 268 149 89,553 (95,178) (1,105) (50,353) 37,212 (13,141) (83,146) 4 (25,939) 5,194 (20,746) 119,064 (72) (29,838) 91,097 27,414 356 197 119,064 (148,902) (1,728) (70,693) 50,353 (20,340) (130,302) 12 (26,406) (26,406) 142,079 (149) (45,425) 112,898 28,494 441 245 142,079 (186,713) (2,167) (99,724) 70,693 (29,031) (159,877) 27 (56,315) (5,056) (1,132) 1,048 (61,454) 99,484 (249) 238,144 98,883 386 214 99,484 138,660 1,610 (35,812) 99,724 63,912 76,323 35 (260,068) (260,068) 83,034 (31) 26,158 82,533 322 179 83,034 (56,875) (660) (27,989) 35,812 7,823 (65,399) 40 (22,173) (2,790) 193 (5,300) (30,070) 47,000 2 9,758 46,717 182 101 47,000 (37,242) (432) (20,185) 27,989 7,804 (45,505) 27 (3,943) (3,943) 43,867 1 (10,376) 43,602 170 95 43,867 (54,243) (630) (27,973) 20,185 (7,788) (47,114) 29 5,817 5,817 930,942 (653) 167,420 778,610 147,052 3,041 1,688 551 930,942 (762,928) (8,856) (462,032) 448,581 (13,451) (758,514) 181 5,597 (73) (4,263) (2,785) (3,645) (3,094) (884) (1) 5,194 (5,056) (2,156) 862 (3,922) 1,241 (5,300) (18,284) 2018: January - December Recorded (cont.) Base Revenue Requirement Balancing Account (P9019-Distb/ P9020-Gen) (Thousands of Dollars) 62. Beginning Balance 63. DRPBA Interest Transfer 64. PBOP Annual Transfer 65. Pension Annual Transfer 66. Medical Annual Transfer 67. Result Sharing Annual Transfer 68. SONGSCFBA Annual Transfer 69. ACDRPBA Interest Transfer 70. 2017 TAMA Transfer w Interest 71. blank 72. blank 73. blank 74. SONGS DOE O&M/Reg Asset Reduction (2015 ERRA) 75. Shareholder Assigned Costs 2009 - 2017 76. SONGS Property Tax True Up 77. PDDMA 2015 ERRA (Aug) / 2016 ERRA (Oct) 78. RPSCMAMA 2015 ERRA (Aug) / 2016 ERRA (Oct) 79. DRPBA ERRA 2016 Unspent Balance Transfer 80. Adjusted Beginning Balance 81. 82. Revenue: 83. Billed Generation 84. Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection (759) (16,797) 63,645 II. Generation Subaccount: (P9020) 85. Change in Unbilled 86. Current Month Accrual 87. Last Month Reversal 88. Change in Unbilled (65,380) 51,388 15,464 201 111 (527) 66,637 (27) Less: FF&U (Rate .0.988525) 41,266 12,418 161 89 527 54,463 5,640 60,041 89. 90. Total Generation Revenue 47,495 14,293 186 103 62,076 (16) (520,999) (56,315) (973,922) (260,068) (570,913) (22,173) (629,697) (3,943) (520,787) 5,817 (521,542) 235 (4,322) (521,542) (153,020) (46) 23 3 235 (4,322) 4 (393,700) (26,406) (791) 91. Expenses: 92. Authorized GRC Revenue Requirement (D.15-11-021) 93. Authorized SONGS Revenue Requirement 94. DRPBA Auth Rev 95. DRPBA Incentive Auth Rev 96. Aliso Canyon Demand Response 97. Four Corners Costs 98. SONGS 2&3 Seismic Projects 99. Subtotal Authorized Expenses (517) 66,637 1 (17) (157,878) (25,939) (0) (3,304) 54,463 (173,783) (25,492) (791) 1 195 - (13) (67,397) (8,668) Sub-Total Authorized Expenses and Monthly Transfer (100,415) (12,998) 192 ### Nuclear Liability Insurance ICRP Refund (Unit 2/3) ### SONGS M&S 100% ### SONGS Return Adj due to normalized tax abandonment ### Four Corner Clean Air Act Mitigation Project ### Z Factor for wildfire insurance ### 2012-14 Tax Repair Recovery of Depreciation Offset ### Generation Monthly (Over)/Under Collection 62,076 ### Interest (12,464) ### (151,456) (153,020) (46) 23 3 TOTAL BRRBA BALANCE Ending Balance Transfers/Adjustment Unwind SONGS Auth Rev w Interest Transfer 12/2017 Property Tax Transfer 12/2017 SONGS Cost of Financing Transfer TAMA balance DRPBA Incentives Subaccount transfer to BRRBA Ending Balance Generation Subaccount ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ### ### Distribution MDPs Generation MDPs Interest Rates ### ### Total Interest: (199) 8.6% 6.1% 1.43% (167) 7.6% 5.3% 1.59% (145) 8.6% 6.6% 1.69% (190) 7.7% 5.9% 1.90% (276) 8.1% 6.2% 2.00% (689) 8.6% 8.8% 2.03% (792) 8.0% 11.7% 2.08% (1,189) 9.3% 14.5% 2.12% (1,360) 8.3% 12.7% 2.12% (1,170) 8.7% 10.6% 2.19% (1,106) 8.4% 6.0% 2.31% (1,076) 8.1% 5.6% 2.45% (8,360) 100% 100% 0.988525 Beginning Balance Ending Pensions Balancing Account Transfer Medical Balancing Account Transfer PBOPs Balancing Account Transfer 2017 TAMA Transfer w Interest DR Incentives Z Factor for Wildfire Ins Residential Rate Reform Bill Protection 2015 ERRA Review (PDDMA/RPSCMAMA) 2016 ERRA Review (SONGS DOE) 2016 ERRA Review BRRBA-G Balance for CRR Table 1 Generation DRPBA Incentive Auth Rev w/FF&U Distribution Incentive Pay - Distribution DRPBA Incentive Authorized Revenue Incentive Sub-Account Program Cost Subtotal DRPBA Incentive Authorized Revenue (527,596) DR Surcharge (Less FF&U) Total w/FF&U (4,322) 1,946 127,989 (133,935) 462 (5,484) 133,935 (134,454) (6,003) (6,073) (4,127) w/FF&U (4,372) (2,817) (3,688) (4,313) 5,254 1,946 16,824 183 (5,199) (7,989) (4,572) (134,523) 128,451 (4,127) (4,127) (134,523) 130,396 For CRR AL Table 2 Table 1 1,946 (6,073) (4,127)
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) April 8, 2019 - 12 - 2018: January - December Recorded (271) 232 232 Recorded Feb (4) (81) 95 14 (324) 342 342 Recorded March - (403) (5) (179) 81 (98) (309) (596) (596) 43 34 344 378 - (334) (4) (192) 179 (13) (325) (638) (638) Recorded May (526) (1) 70 12 428 440 - (370) (4) (214) 192 (22) (353) (596) (596) Recorded June (498) (1) 29 95 351 446 - (417) (5) (224) 214 (10) (412) (526) (526) (32,101) (57) (57) 207 341 548 - (605) (7) (329) 224 (105) (507) (498) (30,743) (746) (31,987) (32,014) (57) 143 17 341 359 - (216) (3) (172) 329 157 (376) (32,101) (32,101) (31,959) (58) 113 167 342 509 - (395) (5) (200) 172 (28) (372) (32,014) (32,014) (31,856) (61) 165 77 342 420 - (255) (3) (142) 200 58 (316) (31,959) (31,959) 2.45% (31,711) (65) 210 200 341 541 - (331) (4) (134) 142 8 (343) (31,856) (31,856) (31,711) (301) (39) (90) 4,206 4,117 - (4,156) (48) (2,049) 1,931 (118) (4,086) 118 (30,743) (746) (31,371) Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism (P9066) (Thousands of Dollars) (95) 86 (9) (306) 16 345 361 (1) 2.31% 11. 12. 13. NDAM Revenue Less: FF&U (Rate 0.988525) Authorized Nuclear Decommissioning Revenue Reqt 21. Total Interest: Annual Summary 118 118 (3) - (42) (596) 2.19% Recorded December (179) (277) (976) 345 (631) (1) 2.12% Recorded November (86) 16 (70) - (937) (638) 2.12% Recorded October (3) 43 343 386 (0) 2.08% Recorded September (246) Recorded January - 109 (596) 2.03% Recorded August 1. Beginning Balance 2. DOELMA Balance Transfer 3. DOELMA Interest Transfer 4. Adjusted Beginning Balance 18 343 360 0 2.00% Recorded July 5. Revenue: 6. Billed 114 342 1.90% Recorded April 14. Expenses: 15. DOE D&D Fees 16. Consulting Expenses 17. Spent Nuclear Fuel -Dry Cask 18. Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Fees 19. Total Expenses 0 1.69% Item 20. Monthly (Over)/Under Collection 232 1.59% Line No. 22. Ending Balance 1.43% 7. Change in Unbilled 8. Current Month Accrual 9. Last Month Reversal 10. Change in Unbilled 23. Interest Rates
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) April 8, 2019 - 13 - 2018: January - December Recorded (6,481) (6,481) (5,212) (29,034) 23,762 61 (10,076) (10,076) - (584) 479 (105) (5,396) (30,159) 24,700 63 (15,188) (15,188) 265 - - (584) 1,020 436 (3,280) (31,557) 28,238 38 (20,658) (20,658) 1 - 8 - - (584) 336 (247) 7,126 (37,387) 44,596 (83) (23,268) (23,268) Recorded July 1 - 1 - - (584) 577 (7) 16,087 (45,545) 61,819 (187) (16,415) (16,415) Recorded August 1 - 530 - - (584) 599 15 4,251 (32,912) 37,212 (49) (347) (347) Recorded September 1 - 19 - - (584) 430 (154) (3,203) (34,663) 31,423 37 4,455 4,455 Recorded October 11 - 99 - - (584) 405 (179) (5,715) (28,583) 22,802 66 1,123 1,123 Recorded November 1 - 4 - - (584) 670 86 (3,478) (28,670) 25,152 40 (4,664) (4,664) Recorded December - 1,002 - - (7,008) 6,311 (697) (8,233) (384,555) 376,227 96 (13,044) 13,044 - CARE Balancing Account (P9076) (Thousands of Dollars) (30,070) 26,741 38 (584) 697 113 - - (5,092) (30) (1) (5,439) (23,268) (37) (2,573) 2.08% (16,415) (34) 6,888 2.12% (347) (15) 16,082 2.12% 4,455 4 4,798 2.19% 1,123 5 (3,337) 2.31% (4,664) (3) (5,784) 2.45% (8,065) (13) (3,388) (8,065) (162) (7,903) 25 10. II. CARE Administrative 11. Authorized Revenues 12. Actually Incurred CARE Administrative Costs 13. Monthly (Over)/Under Collection (0) (3,584) (20) (20,658) 2.03% Annual Summary (2,116) (2,116) (3,291) - 61 6 1 (4,359) (12) (15,188) 2.00% Recorded June (25,159) 20,896 49 (584) 288 (296) - - 1 (2,114) (6) (10,076) 1.90% Recorded May (13,044) 13,044 - (4,214) - 6 2 (1) (6,481) 1.69% Recorded April (30,817) 28,887 22 (584) 433 (151) - - (2,116) 1.59% Recorded March (1,908) - 2 1 Recorded Feb (584) 376 (208) - - Recorded January - 5 1 Item - - Line No. 14. III. Automatic Enrollment Costs 1 - Beginning Balance Prior Period Adjustments (Transfer to PPPAM-CPUC) Adjusted Beginning Balance 15. IV. Energy Division Audit - 1. 2. 3. 16. V. System Programming 0 Subaccounts I. CARE Subsidy CARE-Surcharge CARE-Discount Transfer Temporary Energy Assistance For Families Less: FF&U Cooling Center Program Costs Monthly (Over)/Under Collection 17. 9. 18. Cool Center Transferred from PPPAM BA Monthly (Over)/Under Collection 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 19. 20. 22. Ending Balance 1.43% 21. Total Interest: 23. Interest Rates
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ADVICE 3977-E-A (U 338-E) April 8, 2019 - 14 - 2018: January - December Recorded Beginning Balance Provision Adjustments Transfer interest from SWME&O CARE Balancing Account Transfer FF&U Rounding Correction Transfer interest from EPIC Revised EEFBA Auth. Revenue and Interest Revised PEEBA Auth. Revenue and Interest Revised ESAPAM Auth. Revenue and Interest Adjusted Beginning Balance (44,059) 20,508 (66) (13,044) (2,073) 5,324 Recorded January (381) (11,047) 9,439 (1,608) (31,606) 10,698 10,698 Recorded Feb (36,118) (419) (9,386) 11,047 1,661 (38,198) 26,922 26,922 Recorded March (47,921) (556) (21,251) 9,386 (11,865) (36,612) 42,654 42,654 Recorded April 12,351 (142) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 90 216 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (38,474) (447) (22,383) 21,251 (1,131) (37,789) 47,134 47,134 Recorded May 55,226 16,196 (186) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 340 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (41,264) (479) (24,185) 22,383 (1,802) (39,940) 60,140 60,140 Recorded June 36,710 (2,768) 32 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 159 412 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (52,137) (605) (27,065) 24,185 (2,880) (49,862) 74,216 74,216 Recorded July 2,061 (37,410) 429 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 166 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (74,406) (864) (40,301) 27,065 (13,236) (62,034) 58,904 58,904 Recorded August 35,392 1,343 (15) 20,714 5,212 584 137 361 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (25,399) (295) (20,705) 40,301 19,596 (45,290) (13,401) (10,201) (32,552) (56,153) Recorded September 49,024 13,141 (151) 20,714 5,212 584 115 2,352 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (49,019) (569) (24,569) 20,705 (3,864) (45,724) (46,250) (46,250) Recorded October 46,676 12,197 (140) 20,714 5,212 584 247 805 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (26,522) (308) (15,624) 24,569 8,945 (35,775) (46,329) (46,329) Recorded November (52) 7,913 47,706 10,609 (122) 20,714 5,160 584 325 3,379 1,261 5,044 32 721 - (39,793) (462) (19,306) 15,624 (3,682) (36,573) (26,245) (3,415) (29,660) Recorded December 216 18,828 524,844 70,524 (809) 280,900 10,133 62,489 7,008 1,760 8,150 15,131 60,524 380 8,653 - (506,016) (5,874) (245,261) 236,833 (8,428) (503,462) 20,508 (66) (13,044) (2,073) (10,201) (32,552) (3,415) (40,843) Public Purpose Programs Adjustment Mechanism (P9081-PGC/P9080-CPUC) (Thousands of Dollars) 6. Revenue Billed CPUC PPP Revenue (9,439) 10,878 1,439 (32,833) 13,582 (156) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 28 1,261 5,044 32 721 - 51,391 (70) 20,154 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 13. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. Less: FF&U (Rate 0.988525) Total Authorized Amounts Annual Summary 7. 8. (489) 12,289 (141) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 153 625 1,261 5,044 32 721 - 52,330 6 Item 9. Change in Unbilled 10. Current Month Accrual 11. Last Month Reversal 12. Change in Unbilled (42,130) 10,275 (118) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 1,261 5,044 32 721 - 51,800 (84) Line No. 14. CPUC PPP Revenue 8,719 (100) 24,756 1,267 5,212 584 1,261 5,044 32 721 - 49,032 (90) 9,993 CPUC Public Purpose Programs 15. Authorized Costs 16. Conservation Incentive Adjustment Less: FF&U (Rate 0.988525) PEEBA On-Bill Financing Energy Savings Assistance Program (formerly LIEE) CARE Administration Intervenor Compensation LCR - EE EPIC - SCE EPIC - CEC EPIC - CPUC SWME&O New Solar Homes Partnership Program 47,495 40 (72,345) (21,800) 115 (21,800) (15,427) (26,245) 2.45% 114 (46,329) 2.31% 13,962 (46,250) 2.19% 89 (13,401) 2.12% 12,917 58,904 2.12% 71 74,216 2.08% 4,409 60,140 2.03% 49 47,134 2.00% 15,683 42,654 1.90% 25 26,922 1.69% 16,199 10,698 1.59% 10 1.43% 5,364 30. Total Interest: 29. CPUC PPP Monthly (Over)/Under Collection Interest Rates 31. Ending Balance CPUC Public Purpose Programs 32.
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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: ELC GAS PLC HEAT ELC = Electric PLC = Pipeline WATER Contact Person: Darrah Morgan Phone #: (626) 302-2086 E-mail: Darrah.Morgan@sce.com E-mail Disposition Notice to: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE GAS = Gas WATER = Water HEAT = Heat (Date Submitted / Received Stamp by CPUC) Tier Designation: 1 Advice Letter (AL) #: 3977-E-A Subject of AL: Supplement to Advice 3977-E, Implementation of Southern California Edison Company’s Consolidated Revenue Requirement and Rate Change on April 4, 2019 Keywords (choose from CPUC listing): Compliance 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: 4/12/19 No. of tariff sheets: -0- 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: None Service affected and changes proposed1: Pending advice letters that revise the same tariff sheets: None 1 Discuss in AL if more space is needed. Clear Form
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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, CA 94102 Email: EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov Name: Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. Title: Managing Director, State Regulatory Operations Utility Name: Southern California Edison Company Address: 8631 Rush Street City: Rosemead Zip: 91770 State: California Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (626) 302-9645 Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (626) 302-6396 Email: advicetariffmanager@sce.com Name: Laura Genao c/o Karyn Gansecki Title: Managing Director, State Regulatory Affairs Utility Name: Southern California Edison Company Address: 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2030 City: San Francisco State: California Zip: 94102 Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (415) 929-5515 Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (415) 929-5544 Email: karyn.gansecki@sce.com Clear Form
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ENERGY Advice Letter Keywords Affiliate Direct Access Preliminary Statement Agreements Disconnect Service Procurement Agriculture ECAC / Energy Cost Adjustment Qualifying Facility Avoided Cost EOR / Enhanced Oil Recovery Rebates Balancing Account Energy Charge Refunds Baseline Energy Efficiency Reliability Bilingual Establish Service Re-MAT/Bio-MAT Billings Expand Service Area Revenue Allocation Bioenergy Forms Rule 21 Brokerage Fees Franchise Fee / User Tax Rules CARE G.O. 131-D Section 851 CPUC Reimbursement Fee GRC / General Rate Case Self Generation Capacity Hazardous Waste Service Area Map Cogeneration Increase Rates Service Outage Compliance Interruptible Service Solar Conditions of Service Interutility Transportation Standby Service Connection LIEE / Low-Income Energy Efficiency Storage Conservation LIRA / Low-Income Ratepayer Assistance Street Lights Consolidate Tariffs Late Payment Charge Surcharges Contracts Line Extensions Tariffs Core Memorandum Account Taxes Credit Metered Energy Efficiency Text Changes Curtailable Service Metering Transformer Customer Charge Customer Owned Generation Mobile Home Parks Name Change Transition Cost Transmission Lines Decrease Rates Non-Core Transportation Electrification Demand Charge Non-firm Service Contracts Transportation Rates Demand Side Fund Nuclear Undergrounding Demand Side Management Oil Pipelines Voltage Discount Demand Side Response PBR / Performance Based Ratemaking Wind Power Deposits Portfolio Withdrawal of Service Depreciation Power Lines Clear Form
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