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Erik Jacobson
Director
Regulatory Relations

Pacific Gas and Electric Company
77 Beale St., Mail Code B13U
P.O. Box 770000
San Francisco, CA 94177
Fax: 415-973-3582

August 12, 2019
Advice 4131-G/5614-E

(Pacific Gas and Electric Company ID U 39 M)

Public Utilities Commission of the State of California
Subject:

January 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021 Energy Savings and Assistance
Bridge Funding and Retreatment Goals Pursuant to Decision (D.) 1906-022

Purpose
Decision (D.)19-06-022 issued guidance to the investor-owned utilities (IOUs) for
California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) and Energy Savings Assistance (ESA)
program applications for 2021-2026. In anticipation of potential bridge funding, the
California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC or Commission) ordered IOUs to submit
Tier 1 Advice Letters. This Advice Letter is submitted pursuant to D.19-06-022 Ordering
Paragraph (OP) 3 to submit a Tier 1 Advice Letter with calculations of the ESA bridge
funding amount, source for bridge funds, and retreatment goal for the January 1, 2021 –
June 30, 2021 bridge period.
Background
ESA Bridge Funding Amount

The goal number of retreatments IOUs must achieve with bridge funding shall be
calculated using the actual average expenditures per retreatment from the first half
of 2019 program year, after setting aside 10% of total ESA bridge budget for
administrative program costs (commonly referred to as “below the line” costs in
monthly and annual reporting template ESA Table 1).
The IOUs are accountable to meet an interim progress milestone, where the IOU
must treat at least half of the bridge retreatment goal for the period January 1,
2021-March 31, 2021 and retain enough budget to treat the remaining homes in
for the bridge period goal by June 30, 2021.
(D.19-06-022, pp.12-13)





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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -2- August 12, 2019 PG&E used the methodology for calculating 2021 bridge funding prescribed by the Commission in D.19-06-022 and these results are provided below in Table 1A. PG&E proposes the following adjustments to the D.19-06-022 methodology to align with PG&E’s historical program performance, as described below: • • Based on seasonality and historical program trends, PG&E proposes treating 45 percent of the bridge retreatment goal for the period January 1, 2021 through March 31, 2021 with enough leftover budget to treat the remaining homes in the bridge period. o PG&E proposes using historical trends and seasonality in achieving its homes treated goals instead of using a 50 percent split each for the first and second quarters of the year. o From 2015 through 2019, PG&E has experienced a 45 percent/55 percent split in homes treated between the first and second quarters within the first half of the year. o For the period of January 1, 2021 through March 31, 2021, PG&E proposes treating 45 percent of the bridge retreatment goal. For the period of April 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021 PG&E proposes treating the remaining 55 percent of the bridge retreatment goal. PG&E proposes to include budget for new measures that will launch the second half of 2019 and an annual consumer price index (CPI) adjustment for ESA contractor labor. o Using the actual average expenditures per treatment from the first half of 2019 program is not appropriate because PG&E (1) is implementing new measures in the second half of 2019 and these measures should continue into 2021, and (2) provides ESA contractors with an annual consumer price index (CPI) adjustment for their labor, which should be provided in 2021. o PG&E proposes to increase the budget for the Energy Efficiency category, also referred to as “above the line”, above the 2019 actual expenditures to (1) allow new measures that PG&E will implement in the second half of 2019 to continue into 2021, and (2) provide ESA contractors with an annual consumer price index (CPI) adjustment for their labor in 2021. PG&E’s Proposed 2021 Six-Month Bridge Funding Budget PG&E requests $61.67M in bridge funding for the period of January 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021 as shown in Table 1B. This is an increase of $5.28M for the six-month period compared to the methodology prescribed by the Commission in D.19-06-022 and shown in Table 1A. Table 1B shows the ESA Program budget per year for the current cycle and PG&E’s requested budget for the 2021 bridge period based on PG&E’s proposed methodology. The budget for the Energy Efficiency category, also referred to as above the line, includes
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -3- August 12, 2019 budget for new measures that PG&E will implement in the second half of 2019 and an annual CPI adjustment for ESA contractor labor. A more detailed budget is provided in Attachment 1. Table 1A: 2021 Bridge Funding Budget based on D.19-06-022 bridge funding methodology Program Year Authorized 1 2018  Energy Actual 2 Authorized 1 Projected 2019 2019 2018 Bridge Funding Program Year (6 months) 3,8 Authorized 1 Projected 2020 2020 172,539,482 $ $ 125,843,020 $ 107,540,860 $ 169,794,411 $ 188,096,571 $ 172,539,482 $ Unspent Funds6 $ 13,622,664 $ 2,306,808 $ 29,059,127 $ 29,059,127 $ 35,495,898 $ 17,055,892 $ 14,569,879 $ 14,901,282 $ 17,387,294 $ 12,583,988 $ 12,583,988 $  Unspent Funds7 $ 4,948,171 $ 170,306 $ 14,541,102 $ 14,541,102 $ 23,834,000 $ 124,587,853 $ 228,295,922 $ 249,084,094 $ 244,453,368 $ Admin % of Total Projected Q 1 - 2021 Q1 + Q2 2021 Total Q 2 - 2021 $ 25,371,974 $ 25,371,974 Admin % of Total Projected 50,743,947 23,834,000 161,469,747 $ Projected 35,495,898 Administrative 5 $ Admin % of Total Efficiency4 Total $ 244,453,368 $ $ 2,819,108 10% $ 28,191,082 2,819,108 10% $ $ 28,191,082 5,638,216 10% 56,382,164 Table 1B: 2021 Bridge Funding Budget based on PG&E’s proposed methodology Program Year Authorized 2018  Energy 1 Actual 2018 2 Authorized 1 2019 Bridge Funding Program Year (6 months) Projected 3,8 2019 Authorized 1 2020 Projected 2020 Admin % of Total Projected Admin % of Total Projected Q 1 - 2021 Q 2 - 2021 125,843,020 $ 107,540,860 $ 169,794,411 $ 188,096,571 $ 172,539,482 $ 172,539,482 $ 25,100,330 Unspent Funds6 $ 13,622,664 $ 2,306,808 $ 29,059,127 $ 29,059,127 $ 35,495,898 $ 35,495,898 $ - Administrative 5 $ 17,055,892 $ 14,569,879 $ 14,901,282 $ 17,387,294 $ 12,583,988 $ 12,583,988 $  Unspent Funds7 $ 4,948,171 $ 170,306 $ 14,541,102 $ 14,541,102 $ 23,834,000 $ 23,834,000 $ - $ - $ - 161,469,747 $ 124,587,853 $ 228,295,922 $ 249,084,094 $ 244,453,368 $ 244,453,368 $ 28,044,211 $ 33,622,051 $ 61,666,262 Total $ 2,943,881 10% 2,943,881 9% $ 55,778,500 $ $ 30,678,170 Q1 + Q2 2021 Total $ Efficiency4 $ Admin % of Total Projected - $ 5,887,762 10% 1. Annual budget authorized in the Non-Standard Disposition Letter dated January 4, 2019 from the Energy Division which approved PG&E’s Advice Letter 3990-G/5329-E/3990-G-A/5329-E-A/3990-G-B/5329-E-B on the Mid-Cycle Update for program years 2019 and 2020. 2. Annual home treatments reported in Low Income Annual Report filed with California Public Utilities Commission on May 1, 2019. 3. Reflects actual home treatments through June 2019 as reported in Monthly Report dated July 21, 2019 and projections from July through December 2019. 4. Total of Energy Efficiency category includes Appliances, Domestic Hot Water, Enclosure, HVAC, Maintenance, Lighting, Miscellaneous, Customer Enrollment, In-Home Education, Pilots, as shown "above the line" on ESA Annual Report Table 1. 5. Total Administrative category includes Training Center, Inspections, Marketing and Outreach, Studies, Regulatory Compliance, General Administration, and CPUC Energy Division, as shown "below the line" on ESA Annual Report Table 1. 6. Total of Energy Efficiency category from “ESA Unspent Funds” and includes subcategories shown on ESA Annual Report Table 1a: Appliances, HVAC, Domestic Hot Water, Lighting, In-Home Education, Implementation, Pilots, Multi-Family Common Area Measures, and Leveraging - CSD and MCE. 7. Total of Administrative category from “ESA Unspent Funds” and includes subcategories shown on ESA Annual Report Table 1a: Measurement and Evaluation Studies, Regulatory Compliance and General Administration. 8. 2019 Projected budget includes remaining funds carried forward from 2018 and into 2019 for a total of $20,788,172 (Electric $11,477,897 and Gas $9,310,275).
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -4- August 12, 2019 2021 Six-Month Bridge Funding Homes Treated As shown in PG&E forecasts treating a total of 34,500 homes during the first half of 2021; 15,524 homes in the first quarter and 18,976 homes in the second quarter. 1 See Table 2. During the last six-month bridge period which occurred in 2016, PG&E experienced a 28% decrease in homes treated because the bridge period created a sense of uncertainty amongst ESA contractors regarding the future of the program. Based on this prior experience coupled with the uncertainty of the Commission issuing a final Decision in the 2021 CARE/ESA Application for PYs 2021-2026, PG&E is forecasting a similar reduction in the treatment of homes. Based on 2019 treated homes in the first half of 2019, PG&E forecasts treating a total of 34,500 homes for the first half of 2021 with 15,524 homes treated in the first quarter and 18,976 homes treated in the second quarter. Table 2: ESA Program Home Treatment Goals 2017-2021 ESA Household Treatment Goals ESA Households Treated First-time Treatment Retreatment Total Households Treated 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total authorized1 actual2 authorized1 actual2 authorized1 projected3 authorized1 projected4 authorized1 projected4 63,021 51,442 31,971 35,280 37,143 40,895 37,143 45,434 169,278 173,050 27,009 35,610 62,561 49,888 62,115 61,342 67,078 68,150 218,763 214,991 90,030 87,052 94,532 85,168 99,258 102,237 104,221 113,584 388,041 388,041 Proposed Jan.1-Jun.30, 2021 Households Treated Total Q1 Q2 0 0 0 34,500 15,524 18,976 34,500 15,524 18,976 1. Annual home treatments authorized in the Non-Standard Disposition Letter dated January 4, 2019 from the Energy Division which approved PG&E’s Advice Letter 3990-G/5329-E/3990-G-A/5329-E-A/3990-G-B/5329-E-B on the Mid-Cycle Update for program years 2019 and 2020. 2. Annual home treatments reported in Low Income Annual Report filed with California Public Utilities Commission. 3. Reflects actual home treatments through June 2019 as reported in Monthly Report dated July 21, 2019 and projections from July through December 2019. 4. Reflects projections for 2020. Other ESA Activities Beyond Retreatments While PG&E is not currently forecasting there will be unspent ESA MultiFamily Common Area Measures (MF CAM) funds from the PYs 2017-2020, PG&E proposes to continue ESA MultiFamily Common Area Measures (MF CAM) during the 2021 bridge period should there be any remaining MF CAM funds at the end of 2020. In D.19-06-022, the Commission authorized a funding amount up to the 2020 budget levels approved in mid-cycle advice letter dispositions. The Commission established a status quo program, directing the IOUs to continue the previously approved ESA activities and retreat the number of homes the bridge budget will accommodate. 2 1 2 Total treatment includes retreatments only. D.19-06-022, p.12.
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -5- August 12, 2019 Due to the decreased forecast in homes treated during the bridge funding period PG&E’s 2021 bridge funding request is below the 2020 budget levels approved in mid-cycle advice letter dispositions. Source for Bridge Funding The IOUs should include what portion of the total bridge budget can be accommodated from unspent funds, if any, differentiating between Unspent Funds from PYs 2009-2016 and PYs 2017-2020, and what portion of bridge budget will require new revenue collection. (D.19-06-022, p.13) PG&E proposes the 2021 ESA bridge funding be sourced from a mix of Unspent Funds from PYs 2017-2020, including PY2009-2016 unspent funds allocated to PY2017-2020, along with new revenue collection in the following order of priority: 1. Unspent PY2017-2020 funds (including PY2009-2016 unspent funds that were allocated to PG&E’s PY2017-2020 ESA Program through Advice Letter requests). 3 2. New revenue collection. Following the priority list above, PG&E will first spend any remaining unspent PY20172020 funds, including PY2009-2016 unspent funds that were allocated to PG&E’s PY2017-2020 ESA Program. PG&E endeavors to spend all its authorized PY2017-2020 ESA budget (including previously unspent ESA PY2009-2016 funding that was committed through Advice Letter requests) by the end of the current cycle, and at this time is unable to forecast how much of this funding will be unspent by December 31, 2020. Finally, if these funds are exhausted, PG&E will utilize new revenue collection for the 2021 Bridge Funding period. The amount of new revenue collection to support bridge funding will be based on the actual remaining funds unspent from the 2017-2020 ESA Program cycle. Retreatment Goals PG&E anticipates accomplishing the ESA programmatic initiative of providing all eligible low income customers the opportunity to participate in the ESA program and to offer those who wish to participate all cost-effective energy efficiency measures in their residences by 2020. Therefore, PG&E is forecasting all homes treated in 2021 to be retreatments only. 3 Conforming Advice Letter Final Resolution PGE G-3531 (December 14, 2017) or Mid-Cycle Advice Letter Non-Standard Disposition Letter PGE 3990-G_5329-E_3990-G-A_5329-EA_3990-G-B_5329-E-B (January 4, 2019).
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -6- August 12, 2019 Administrative Costs for the 6-month bridge funding period D.19-06-022 prescribes that the bridge funding calculation set aside 10% of total ESA Program bridge budget for administrative program costs for the 6-month bridge funding period. 4 While PG&E’s bridge funding proposal meets this cap, there has never been a cap for administrative costs in the ESA and CARE programs in the Low Income Proceeding. Protests Anyone wishing to protest this submittal may do so by letter sent via U.S. mail, facsimile or E-mail, no later than September 3, 2019, which is 22 days 5 after the date of this submittal. Protests must be submitted to: CPUC Energy Division ED Tariff Unit 505 Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor San Francisco, California 94102 Facsimile: (415) 703-2200 E-mail: EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov Copies of protests also should be mailed to the attention of the Director, Energy Division, Room 4004, at the address shown above. The protest shall also be sent to PG&E either via E-mail or U.S. mail (and by facsimile, if possible) at the address shown below on the same date it is mailed or delivered to the Commission: Erik Jacobson Director, Regulatory Relations c/o Megan Lawson Pacific Gas and Electric Company 77 Beale Street, Mail Code B13U P.O. Box 770000 San Francisco, California 94177 Facsimile: (415) 973-3582 E-mail: PGETariffs@pge.com 4 D.19-06-022, p.12. 5 The 20-day protest period concludes on a weekend, therefore, PG&E is moving this date to the following business day.
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E -7- August 12, 2019 Any person (including individuals, groups, or organizations) may protest or respond to an advice letter (General Order 96-B, Section 7.4). The protest shall contain the following information: specification of the advice letter protested; grounds for the protest; supporting factual information or legal argument; name, telephone number, postal address, and (where appropriate) e-mail address of the protestant; and statement that the protest was sent to the utility no later than the day on which the protest was submitted to the reviewing Industry Division (General Order 96-B, Section 3.11). Effective Date Pursuant to OP 3 of D. 19-06-022, PG&E requests that this Tier 1 advice letter become effective upon date of submittal, which is August 12, 2019. Notice In accordance with General Order 96-B, Section IV, a copy of this advice letter is being sent electronically and via U.S. mail to parties shown on the attached list and the parties on the service list for Service List A. 14-11-007 et al. Address changes to the General Order 96-B service list should be directed to PG&E at email address PGETariffs@pge.com. For changes to any other service list, please contact the Commission’s Process Office at (415) 703-2021 or at Process_Office@cpuc.ca.gov. Send all electronic approvals to PGETariffs@pge.com. Advice letter filings can also be accessed electronically at: http://www.pge.com/tariffs/. /S/ Erik Jacobson Director, Regulatory Relations Attachments cc: Service List A. 14-11-007 et al.
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ADVICE LETTER SUMMARY ENERGY UTILITY MUST BE COMPLETED BY UTILITY (Attach additional pages as needed) Company name/CPUC Utility No.: Pacific Gas and Electric Company (ID U39M) Utility type: ✔ ELC PLC ELC = Electric PLC = Pipeline ✔ GAS WATER HEAT Contact Person: Yvonne Yang Phone #: (415)973-2094 E-mail: PGETariffs@pge.com E-mail Disposition Notice to: Yvonne.Yang@pge.com EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE GAS = Gas WATER = Water HEAT = Heat (Date Submitted / Received Stamp by CPUC) Tier Designation: 1 Advice Letter (AL) #: 4131-G/5614-E Subject of AL: January 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021 Energy Savings and Assistance Bridge Funding and Retreatment Goals Pursuant to Decision (D.) 19-06-022 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 #: D.19-06-022 Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL: No Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL: Yes Yes ✔ No ✔ No 8/12/19 No. of tariff sheets: N/A Estimated system annual revenue effect (%): N/A Estimated system average rate effect (%): N/A 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: N/A Service affected and changes proposed1: N/A Pending advice letters that revise the same tariff sheets: N/A 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: Erik Jacobson, c/o Megan Lawson Title: Director, Regulatory Relations Utility Name: Pacific Gas and Electric Company Address: 77 Beale Street, Mail Code B13U City: San Francisco, CA 94177 Zip: 94177 State: California Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (415)973-2093 Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (415)973-3582 Email: PGETariffs@pge.com Name: Title: Utility Name: Address: City: State: District of Columbia Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Email: Zip: Clear Form
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Advice 4131-G/5614-E August 12, 2019 Attachment 1 ESA Table 1 – ESA Program Bridge Funding Budget Request
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ESA Table 1 - ESA Program Bridge Funding Budget Request Pacific Gas and Electric Company Program Year 2021 (January 1, 2021 - June 30, 2021) ESA Program: Energy Efficiency 1 Appliances 2 Domestic Hot Water 3 Enclosure 4 HVAC 5 Maintenance 6 Lighting 7 Miscellaneous 8 Customer Enrollment 9 In Home Education 10 Pilot 11 Implementation 12 Energy Efficiency TOTAL (Lines 1-11) 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 Training Center [2] Inspections [2] Marketing and Outreach [2] Measurement and Evaluation Studies Regulatory Compliance [2] General Administration [2] CPUC Energy Division Subtotal (Lines 13-20) 22 TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS 23 24 NGAT Costs Jan-Jun 2019 Expenses Electric Gas $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 6,370,707 118,508 2,885,949 3,243,453 15,510,121 1,109,562 7,080,670 2,232,431 49,611 1,981,734 40,582,747 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 442,309 4,422,659 13,147,102 6,878,114 - 2020 Authorized Budget in MCAL Electric Gas Total Total Q1 - 2021 Proposed Bridge Budget [1] Electric Gas Total $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 6,813,016 4,541,167 16,033,052 10,121,567 15,510,121 1,109,562 10,188,015 3,212,131 49,611 2,851,416 70,429,657 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 10,075,310 571,650 6,767,878 43,048,274 34,380,071 2,362,009 14,572,706 3,359,358 100,000 4,708,184 119,945,440 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 8,155,693 30,831,443 3,671,259 6,395,216 1,474,250 2,066,181 52,594,042 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 10,075,310 8,727,343 37,599,321 46,719,532 34,380,071 2,362,009 20,967,922 4,833,608 100,000 6,774,365 172,539,482 $ $ $ $ 1,910,640 48,920 954,160 1,608,000 $ $ $ $ 1,825,660 4,346,740 3,409,950 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 5,123,630 365,390 2,362,370 787,980 677,190 13,838,280 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 422,662 1,677,812 815,984 37,722 405,948 2,335,459 5,695,586 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 729,277 2,307,123 1,516,134 66,025 299,184 3,787,595 40,534 8,745,872 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 320,042 1,012,479 665,354 28,975 131,296 1,662,182 17,788 3,838,116 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,049,319 3,319,602 2,181,488 95,000 430,480 5,449,777 58,322 12,583,988 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 52,820 570,004 268,965 155,923 988,151 10,134 2,045,997 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 76,125,243 $ 128,691,312 $ $ $ 3,107,345 979,700 $ $ 869,682 29,846,910 293,750 1,166,079 567,109 26,217 282,134 1,623,144 $ $ $ $ $ $ 128,912 511,733 248,875 11,505 123,814 712,315 $ 3,958,433 $ 1,737,154 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 44,541,180 $ 31,584,064 $ 1,910,640 1,874,580 5,300,900 5,017,950 5,123,630 365,390 3,399,090 1,133,780 974,370 25,100,330 $ $ $ $ 2,335,200 59,790 1,166,200 1,965,340 $ $ $ $ 2,231,370 5,312,680 4,167,720 1,036,720 345,800 297,180 11,262,050 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 6,262,210 446,580 2,887,340 963,090 $ $ $ $ 1,267,100 422,650 $ $ 827,680 16,913,430 $ $ 363,220 13,764,740 23,180 250,146 118,035 68,427 433,649 4,447 897,884 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 76,000 820,150 387,000 224,350 1,421,800 14,581 2,943,881 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 52,820 570,004 268,965 155,923 988,151 10,134 2,045,997 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 23,180 250,146 118,035 68,427 433,649 4,447 897,884 56,432,158 $ 185,123,470 $ 15,884,277 $ 12,159,934 Funded Outside of ESA Program Budget $ $ 1,181,537 $ 28,044,211 $ 18,959,427 $ 14,662,624 $ 1,181,537 $ $ 1,444,101 Note: [1] 2021 program administrative costs (also referred to "as below the line") split 50%/50% between Q1 and Q2 and includes estimated benefits burden costs. [2] 2020 Budget does not include benefit burden costs. These costs will be included when the 2020 GRC Decision is approved. 2021 proposed budget include estimate benefit burden costs. 2021 Proposed Bridge Funding [1] (Q1 + Q2) Electric Gas Total Q2 - 2021 Proposed Bridge Budget [1] Electric Gas Total - $ 2,335,200 $ 2,291,160 $ 6,478,880 $ 6,133,060 $ $ 6,262,210 $ 446,580 $ 4,154,440 $ 1,385,740 $ $ 1,190,900 $ 30,678,170 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 4,245,840 108,710 2,120,360 3,573,340 11,385,840 811,970 5,249,710 1,751,070 1,504,870 30,751,710 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 76,000 820,150 387,000 224,350 1,421,800 14,581 2,943,881 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 105,640 1,140,009 537,930 311,847 1,976,302 20,268 4,091,995 $ 33,622,051 $ 34,843,705 $ $ 1,444,101 - $ $ 4,057,030 $ 9,659,420 $ 7,577,670 $ $ $ $ 2,303,820 $ 768,450 $ $ 660,400 $ 25,026,790 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 4,245,840 4,165,740 11,779,780 11,151,010 11,385,840 811,970 7,553,530 2,519,520 2,165,270 55,778,500 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 152,000 1,640,300 774,000 448,700 2,843,600 29,162 5,887,762 46,360 500,292 236,070 136,854 867,298 8,894 1,795,767 $ 26,822,557 $ 61,666,262 $ $ 2,625,638 2,625,638
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PG&E Gas and Electric Advice Submittal List General Order 96-B, Section IV AT&T Albion Power Company Alcantar & Kahl LLP Alta Power Group, LLC Anderson & Poole Atlas ReFuel BART Barkovich & Yap, Inc. P.C. CalCom Solar California Cotton Ginners & Growers Assn California Energy Commission California Public Utilities Commission California State Association of Counties Calpine Cameron-Daniel, P.C. Casner, Steve Cenergy Power Center for Biological Diversity City of Palo Alto City of San Jose Clean Power Research Coast Economic Consulting Commercial Energy County of Tehama - Department of Public Works Crossborder Energy Crown Road Energy, LLC Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Day Carter Murphy Dept of General Services Don Pickett & Associates, Inc. Douglass & Liddell Downey & Brand East Bay Community Energy Ellison Schneider & Harris LLP Energy Management Service Engineers and Scientists of California Evaluation + Strategy for Social Innovation GenOn Energy, Inc. Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, Schlotz & Ritchie Green Charge Networks Green Power Institute Hanna & Morton ICF International Power Technology Intestate Gas Services, Inc. Kelly Group Ken Bohn Consulting Keyes & Fox LLP Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc. Linde Los Angeles County Integrated Waste Management Task Force Los Angeles Dept of Water & Power MRW & Associates Manatt Phelps Phillips Marin Energy Authority McKenzie & Associates Modesto Irrigation District Morgan Stanley NLine Energy, Inc. NRG Solar Office of Ratepayer Advocates OnGrid Solar Pacific Gas and Electric Company Peninsula Clean Energy Pioneer Community Energy Praxair Redwood Coast Energy Authority Regulatory & Cogeneration Service, Inc. SCD Energy Solutions SCE SDG&E and SoCalGas SPURR San Francisco Water Power and Sewer Seattle City Light Sempra Utilities Southern California Edison Company Southern California Gas Company Spark Energy Sun Light & Power Sunshine Design Tecogen, Inc. TerraVerde Renewable Partners Tiger Natural Gas, Inc. TransCanada Troutman Sanders LLP Utility Cost Management Utility Power Solutions Utility Specialists Verizon Water and Energy Consulting Wellhead Electric Company Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association (WMA) Yep Energy
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