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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

September 9, 2019
Energy Division
Attention: Tariff Unit
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Subject:

Comments of Pacific Gas and Electric Company on Draft Resolution
E-5026

Dear Energy Division Tariff Unit:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) appreciates the opportunity to comment on
Draft Resolution E-5026 (the Draft Resolution) approving a temporary update to PG&E’s
2014 Conformed Bundled Procurement Plan, Appendix S, as described in Advice Letter
(AL) 5589-E, filed July 17, 2019.
PG&E’s Comment:
As described in Attachment A, PG&E proposes minor editorial changes to a portion of
the Confidential Appendix A to the Draft Resolution.
Respectfully submitted,
/S/
Erik Jacobson
Director, Regulatory Relations
cc:

Edward Randolph, Director, Energy Division
Michele Kito, Energy Division
Nick Dahlberg, Energy Division
Service List for R.16-02-007





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PG&E Comments on Draft Resolution E-5026 Attachment A CONFIDENTIAL PROTECTED MATERIAL SUBMITTED UNDER DECISION 06-06-066 AND PUB. UTIL. CODE SECTION 454.5(g) PG&E proposes the following minor editorial changes to clarify the potential outcome as referenced in Confidential Appendix A, Draft Resolution E-5026, as a result of PG&E’s temporary change to the System Monthly Sales Amount calculation in Appendix S of PG&E’s 2014 Conformed Bundled Procurement Plan:
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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DECLARATION OF ROBERT GOMEZ SEEKING CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR CERTAIN DATA AND INFORMATION CONTAINED IN PG&E’S COMMENTS ON DRAFT RESOLUTION E-5026 I, Robert Gomez, declare: 1. I am a Manager in the Portfolio Management department in the Energy Policy and Procurement organization at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). In this position, my responsibilities include overseeing Commercial Planning activities, including the mid-term load forecast and position management at PG&E. This declaration is based on my personal knowledge of PG&E’s practices and my understanding of the Commission’s decisions protecting the confidentiality of market-sensitive information. 2. Based on my knowledge and experience, and in accordance with the Decisions 06-06-066, 08-04-023, and relevant Commission rules, I make this declaration seeking confidential treatment for certain data and information contained in PG&E’s Comments on Draft Resolution E-5026. 3. Attached to this declaration is a matrix identifying the data and information for which PG&E is seeking confidential treatment. The matrix specifies that the material PG&E is seeking to protect constitutes confidential market sensitive data and information covered by D.06-06-066. The matrix also specifies why confidential protection is justified. Further, the data and information: (1) is not already public; and (2) cannot be aggregated, redacted, summarized or otherwise protected in a way that allows partial disclosure. By this reference, I am incorporating into this declaration all of the explanatory text that is pertinent to my testimony in the attached matrix. I declare under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the State of California, that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on September 9, 2019 at San Francisco, California.
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/s/ ROBERT GOMEZ
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PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY (U 39 E) COMMENTS ON DRAFT RESOLUTION E-5026 SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 IDENTIFICATION OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Redaction Reference Confidential Attachment A Category from D.06-06-066, Appendix 1, or Separate Confidentiality Order That Data Corresponds To Justification for Confidential Treatment Length of Time Data To Be Kept Confidential Pub. Util. Code§454.5(g) This information includes PG&E’s confidential sales framework. Any discussion of PG&E’s sales strategies is market sensitive, because it will impact market participants’ bidding behavior for market products. Disclosure of this information could cause harm to PG&E’s customers and put PG&E at an unfair business advantage through non-competitive sales results. Indefinite
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