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

October 12, 2020
ADVICE 4309-E
(U 338-E)
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ENERGY DIVISION
SUBJECT:

Southern California Edison Company's Protocols to Administer
Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Requests
and Negotiations

In accordance with California Public Utilities Commission (Commission or CPUC)
Decision (D.)20-08-004, Southern California Edison Company (SCE) hereby submits
the following changes to its tariff schedules. The revised tariffs are listed on Attachment
A and are attached hereto.
PURPOSE
Pursuant to Ordering Paragraph (OP) 6 of D.20-08-004, SCE respectfully submits this
Advice Letter (AL) for approval to establish protocols to administer SCE’s Power Charge
Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) prepayment requests and negotiations. In addition, in
compliance with OP 13 of D.18-10-019, SCE proposes to establish the PCIA
Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA) as Preliminary Statement Part EEE.
BACKGROUND
On October 19, 2018, the Commission issued D.18-10-019, Decision Modifying the
Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Methodology, which, in part, permitted departing
load customers to pre-pay their PCIA obligations subject to certain terms and conditions
that were to be further developed via a working group process in Phase 2 of the
rulemaking. OP 13 of D.18-10-019 required the establishment of a PCIA prepayment
balancing account to record all prepayments of PCIA obligations received pursuant to
Commission-approved agreements adopted via the application process ordered in OP
12 of D.18-10-019.
On August 12, 2020, the Commission issued D.20-08-004, Decision Adopting a
Framework and Evaluation Criteria for the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment

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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -2- October 12, 2020 Prepayment Agreements (Decision), as a result of a Phase 2 working group effort, which, among other things, directs Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E), and SCE (collectively, the investor-owned utilities (IOUs)) to each submit a Tier 2 AL to establish their respective PCIA prepayment processing frameworks.1 The Decision requires that the IOUs’ ALs include the following information:2 • the number of prepayment requests that will be processed annually, and justifications for the limitations; • how requests for prepayment will be prioritized by the IOU; • the criteria and metrics by which the party seeking to prepay its PCIA obligation will be evaluated by the IOU under a viability screen; • how the party seeking to prepay its PCIA obligation will be allocated the cost responsibility of prepayment negotiations that do not result in an application for prepayment approval and how the associated cost will be calculated; and • what steps parties can take to reduce the total number of separate applications to the Commission to make the process more efficient. SCE hereby requests approval of its proposed PCIA prepayment processing protocols described herein. In addition, SCE describes the potential impact on SCE’s billing systems and its plan for addressing them. DISCUSSION Quantity of PCIA Prepayment Requests to Process Annually SCE proposes to negotiate a maximum of ten (10) PCIA prepayment requests from Direct Access (DA) customers per cycle and a maximum of one (1) PCIA prepayment request from Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs). SCE’s justifications for these limits pertain to managing workload and minimizing risk for non-prepaying customers. SCE’s proposed limits are different for DA customers and CCAs because these two types of entities are differently situated with respect to PCIA prepayments, with different considerations around factors such as load growth and load departure. In addition, SCE anticipates prepayment negotiations will vary based on whether a prepaying party is a DA customer or CCA (negotiating on behalf of all its customers because CCAs do not themselves have any PCIA cost responsibility). In terms of managing workload, there is a great deal of uncertainty as to how much demand there will be for the PCIA prepayment option and how much effort and what additional costs (in terms of activities such as third-party forecasts, potential use of an independent evaluator, input and/or review by various internal and external resources) will be incurred in conducting PCIA prepayment negotiations. This concept and process are new for the IOUs, the Commission, and the prepaying parties. To have a 1 2 See D.20-08-004, pp. 2, 19, 31-34, 37-40. D.20-08-04, pp. 39-40.
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -3- October 12, 2020 successful PCIA prepayment agreement, both parties to the agreement and the Commission will all have to find that the agreement is reasonable and consistent with the Decision.3 To enable SCE to engage in such negotiations with parties, the number of potential prepayers in each prepayment cycle should be limited. SCE expects that there will be a learning curve for itself, the prepayment candidates, and the Commission in terms of how to forecast PCIA obligations for prepayment in a manner that sufficiently mitigates risk of cost shifting from prepayers to non-prepayers. Though SCE’s proposal to limit the number of prepayment requests to 10 DA customers and 1 CCA in a single cycle is intended to enable SCE to manage workload, it has the added benefit of limiting the exposure of non-prepaying customers to the cost-shifting risks associated with this new process as we move through the learning curve. For example, the 10 largest DA Customers in SCE’s service area cumulatively account for approximately two percent of SCE’s total customer load. The largest CCA in SCE’s territory accounts for a material percentage of SCE’s total customer load, while the other CCAs account for substantially smaller percentages of total customer load. SCE’s proposed limitations will likely limit prepayment in any given cycle to a relatively modest and manageable percentage of total retail load. This would reduce the risk of material cost-shifting to non-prepaying customers. On the other hand, allowing larger amounts of load to prepay all at once may subject non-prepaying customers to cost-shifting risk under the new process. It is important to keep in mind that the statutory framework prohibits “[b]undled retail customers … [from] experienc[ing] any cost increase” due to other customers’ choices to depart bundled retail procurement.4 Following the first cycle of prepayment negotiations, SCE will review its lessons learned and determine whether the quantity of prepayment requests that it can process in a cycle can be increased or if it needs to be decreased. To the extent SCE believes it needs to decrease the number of prepayment negotiations it can (or should) handle in a single cycle, SCE should be permitted to submit a Tier 1 Advice Letter to implement this change. In terms of the PCIA prepayment cycle, SCE generally plans for the cycle to be 12 months and a subsequent cycle could begin while the Commission may still be resolving prepayment applications from the prior cycle. However, because the prepayment negotiation process is new, SCE recommends that it be able to understand the impact of Commission approval of prepayments in the first cycle prior to beginning the second cycle. Therefore, SCE recommends that the second prepayment cycle begin 60 days after the Commission has issued all final decisions on any prepayment 3 4 For example, see D.20-08-0004 at pp. 19-20 (“risks identified in the Prepayment Report should be incorporated into the prepayment calculations by using mutually acceptable terms and conditions in order to adequately mitigate those risks”) and p. 21 (“Any forecast and calculation of prepayment in the presence of market uncertainties must include a risk premium to compensate for the predicted uncertainty.”). P.U.C. Section 366.3 (emphasis added). See also Sections 366.2(d); 365.2.
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -4- October 12, 2020 applications SCE submits from the first cycle. SCE recommends the first cycle begin no sooner than 60 days following the issuance of a disposition letter or final Resolution approving this Advice Letter. Prioritization of PCIA Prepayment Requests SCE plans to begin the PCIA prepayment cycle with a two-week notification window. During this period, DA customers and CCAs (on behalf of their customers) interested in negotiating prepayment of the relevant full PCIA obligation will notify SCE of their interest. When the notification window closes, if more than 10 DA Customers request to negotiate a prepayment, SCE will conduct a lottery to randomly select a maximum of 10 DA customers with which SCE will negotiate prepayment deals in that cycle. Similarly, if more than 1 CCA requests to negotiate a prepayment, SCE will conduct a lottery to randomly select 1 CCA with which SCE will negotiate prepayment in that cycle. Once the potential prepaying parties are determined, SCE will seek to enter a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) with each party, after which SCE will provide selected DA customers/CCAs with additional information required to evaluate a prepayment (e.g., forecasted PCIA amounts for their vintages, including forecasted costs and attributes, and potentially market studies supporting forecast). During the course of the bilateral negotiations, the information provided by SCE must be supplemented by appropriate due diligence by the prepaying counterparty and the prepaying counterparty should rely on its own analysis, judgment, research and particular risk tolerance before entering into any prepayment agreement, just as it would with any other commercial transaction. Ultimately, any prepayment arrangement will have to be mutually acceptable to both sides before it is presented to the Commission for review and approval. If any party selected for the prepayment process fails to reach the negotiation stage, or if negotiations with any particular party are not successful, SCE does not plan to replace them with an alternative interested party in that cycle. PCIA Prepayment Viability Screen As stated in the Decision, “[t]he Commission does not require but allows the use of a viability screen.”5 SCE does not plan to implement a viability screen for prepaying parties to enter the lottery described above. Once SCE has selected a maximum of 11 parties (10 DA customers and 1 CCA) with which it will negotiate prepayments, each of those parties will be required to provide a deposit (which will be refundable, in part (see below)) to demonstrate its commitment to successfully negotiating a prepayment arrangement and their ability to make such a payment if negotiations are successful. The deposit will be an amount equivalent to the DA party’s prior 24 months of PCIA obligation or, in the case of a CCA, its customers’ cumulative prior 24 months of PCIA obligation. SCE will manage and track the deposits using dedicated internal order numbers, which settle to a non-interest-bearing deferral account. Incremental costs incurred by SCE to conduct the prepayment negotiations (see below) will be charged against the same internal order numbers and deducted from the deposit amounts 5 D.20-08-004, p. 19.
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -5- October 12, 2020 provided by the negotiating parties. SCE expects the incremental costs to consist of non-labor costs (e.g., third-party owned market forecasts or studies; independent evaluator services or other contractor costs).6 If negotiations are successful and result in a prepayment agreement that is approved by the Commission, the balance of the remaining deposit amount, without interest, will go toward the PCIA prepayment. If negotiations are unsuccessful or the Commission does not approve a proposed prepayment agreement, the balance of the remaining deposit, without interest, will be returned to the DA customer or CCA, less the incremental costs to cover SCE’s negotiations. Cost Allocation for Unsuccessful PCIA Prepayment Negotiations As explained in the previous section, for PCIA prepayment negotiations that do not result in a Commission-approved prepayment agreement, SCE will subtract the necessary funds to cover the incremental costs of its negotiation from the deposit the DA customer or CCA provided prior to beginning the negotiations. SCE will provide the counterparty with a list of the costs for which it is subtracting funds from the deposit prior to refunding the remaining amount. As noted above, these costs are expected to include, but not be limited to, such items as third-party market forecasts or studies, and potential use of an independent evaluator.7 Steps to Reduce Number of PCIA Prepayment Applications The Decision requires each IOU, in its AL, to propose “steps parties can take to reduce the total number of separate applications to the Commission to make the process more efficient, such as filing multiple requests for prepayment in a single application to the Commission.”8 If SCE’s proposal to limit prepayments by CCAs to 1 per cycle is approved by the Commission, there will not be a need to make the prepayment process for CCAs in SCE’s service area more efficient because it would be limited to one application per cycle. Even if the Commission does not adopt SCE’s proposal to limit CCA prepayments to one per cycle, SCE anticipates that the considerations for CCAs will be unique enough that they will warrant separate applications. For DA customers, SCE expects that the first cycle of offering prepayments will involve learning about the prepayment forecasting and negotiation process and what issues are unique to different negotiations versus those common across negotiations. Therefore, it may be challenging to include multiple PCIA prepayment requests in one application during the first cycle. However, SCE will consider ways in which it can streamline the application process in the first cycle and in future cycles. For example, SCE may be able to include a group of DA prepayments into one application if the negotiations are 6 7 The incremental costs will be allocated among all parties negotiating prepayments in a cycle unless certain costs are incurred solely to negotiate with a particular party (e.g., the use of an independent evaluation for a large deal). SCE reserves the right in future General Rate Cases to propose a service fee based on cost causation principles that would be applicable to each party seeking to negotiate PCIA prepayments. But see fn. 6 supra. 8 D.20-08-004, p. 32.
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -6- October 12, 2020 completed at similar times. Even if SCE is not able to implement streamlining efforts in the first cycle of prepayment negotiations, SCE will look for ways to combine multiple DA PCIA prepayments in one application as feasible. SCE also plans to use the lessons learned from the first cycle of PCIA prepayment negotiations to develop a standard DA PCIA prepayment pro forma that it will offer to DA customers as a prepayment option in future cycles. If SCE is able to offer such a product, it would include all agreements under the standard pro forma as one application. Impacts to Billing Systems Any time SCE comes to a successful PCIA prepayment agreement with a party and the Commission approves the agreement, SCE will need to stop billing that DA customer or the customers of the CCA if the prepayer is a CCA the existing monthly vintage PCIA charge. Following the first cycle of prepayment negotiations, SCE will assess the quantity and type (i.e., DA customer or CCA) of prepayment negotiations it successfully completed (i.e., received approval of) and determine whether to use manual or automated processes to discontinue the standard PCIA billing for the affected customer(s). For example, if SCE reaches agreements with a small number of DA customers, it may be able to efficiently use manual processing to discontinue the standard PCIA billing. On the other hand, if SCE reaches a prepayment agreement with a CCA and has to discontinue billing the standard PCIA for thousands (or hundreds of thousands) of customers, it will likely require system changes and necessitate incremental cost recovery. After the first PCIA prepayment negotiation cycle is complete, SCE will assess the impacts and, if necessary, make a proposal regarding system and/or process changes and relevant cost recovery arrangements to the Commission. SCE may include such a proposal in an application seeking approval of PCIA prepayment agreements. PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGES In accordance with OP 13 of D.18-10-019 and the discussion above, SCE proposes to establish the PPBA as Preliminary Statement Part EEE. The purpose of the PPBA is to record prepayments of PCIA obligations received from individual DA customers or from CCAs on behalf of their customers, based on the parameters adopted by the Commission in D.18-10-019 and D.20-08-004. The PPBA is comprised of sub-accounts for each individual prepayment agreement reached between SCE and the departing load counterparty and approved by the Commission. No cost information is required for this advice letter. This advice letter will not increase any rate or charge, cause the withdrawal of service, or conflict with any other schedule or rule.
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -7- October 12, 2020 TIER DESIGNATION Pursuant to General Order (GO) 96-B, and D.18-10-019 and D.20-08-004, this advice letter is submitted with a Tier 2 designation. EFFECTIVE DATE This advice letter will become effective on November 11, 2020, the 30th calendar day after the date submitted. NOTICE Anyone wishing to protest this advice letter may do so by letter via U.S. Mail, facsimile, or electronically, any of which must be received no later than 20 days after the date of this advice letter. Protests should be submitted to: CPUC, Energy Division Attention: Tariff Unit 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 E-mail: EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov Copies should also be mailed to the attention of the Director, Energy Division, Room 4004 (same address above). In addition, protests and all other correspondence regarding this advice letter should also be sent by letter and transmitted via facsimile or electronically to the attention of: Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. Managing Director, State Regulatory Operations Southern California Edison Company 8631 Rush Street Rosemead, California 91770 Telephone (626) 302-9645 Facsimile: (626) 302-6396 E-mail: AdviceTariffManager@sce.com Diana Gallegos Senior Advisor, State Regulatory Affairs c/o Karyn Gansecki Southern California Edison Company 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2030 San Francisco, California 94102 Facsimile: (415) 929-5544 E-mail: Karyn.Gansecki@sce.com
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ADVICE 4309-E (U 338-E) -8- October 12, 2020 There are no restrictions on who may submit a protest, but the protest shall set forth specifically the grounds upon which it is based and must be received by the deadline shown above. 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 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) 302-3719. 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 advice letters 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 David LeBlond at (626) 302-9443 or by electronic mail at david.leblond@sce.com. Southern California Edison Company /s/ Gary A. Stern Gary A. Stern, Ph.D. GAS:dl:cm Enclosures
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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: AdviceTariffManager@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: Advice Letter (AL) #: Subject of AL: Southern California Edison Company's Protocols to Administer Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Requests and Negotiations 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: No. of tariff sheets: 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: 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: Title: Utility Name: Southern California Edison Company Address: 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2030 City: San Francisco State: California Zip: 94102 Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: 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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Public Utilities Commission 4309-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Original 69766-E Original 69767-E Table of Contents Table of Contents Cancelling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Preliminary Statements EEE Preliminary Statements EEE Revised 69768-E Revised 69769-E Attachment A Revised 67482-E Revised 69312-E 1
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Original Cancelling Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 69766-E Sheet 1 PRELIMINARY STATEMENT EEE. Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA) 1. Purpose The purpose of the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA) is to record prepayments of PCIA Obligations received from individual Direct Access (DA) customers or from Community Choice Aggregators on behalf of their applicable Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers (Departing Load Counterparty), based on the parameters prescribed by the California Public Utilities Commission (Commission or CPUC) in Decisions (D.) 18-10-019 and 20-08-004. The PPBA is comprised of sub-accounts for each individual prepayment agreement reached between SCE and any Departing Load Counterparty and approved by the Commission via an application submitted pursuant to Ordering Paragraph (OP) 12 of D.18-10-019 (Prepayment Application). 2. Definitions a. PCIA Obligation PCIA Obligation refers to the agreed-upon prepayment amount owed by the Departing Load Counterparty as contained within the Prepayment Application. Pursuant to D.20-08-004, the Prepayment Obligation must represent the Departing Load Counterparty’s entire estimated PCIA obligation; i.e., no “partial” PCIA prepayments are permissible. The payment of the PCIA Obligation must be structured as a one-time payment or as a series of levelized payments over a period of 2-5 years commencing with the approval of the Prepayment Application by the Commission. b. Shadow Billing Shadow Billing refers to the PCIA amount that the Departing Load Counterparty, or applicable individual CCA customers when the Departing Load Counterparty is a Community Choice Aggregator, would have been responsible for in a given month absent payment of the PCIA Obligation. When applicable, after the payment of a Prepayment Obligation by a Departing Load Counterparty, the Shadow Billing amount is transferred from the applicable sub-account of the PPBA to the applicable sub-account(s) of the Portfolio Allocation Balancing Account (PABA) on a monthly basis. (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 4309-E Decision 18-10-019 and 20-08004 1D5 Issued by Carla Peterman Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Submitted Oct 12, 2020 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Original Cancelling Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 69767-E Sheet 2 PRELIMINARY STATEMENT (Continued) EEE. Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA) (Continued) 3. Operation of the PPBA Entries to the PPBA sub-accounts shall be determined based on the terms and conditions specified in the Prepayment Application, including the interaction between the PPBA and the PABA for each sub-account – which may include Shadow Billing. A new sub-account of the PPBA will be established upon approval of each Prepayment Application and will include the necessary debit and credit accounting entries, as applicable. 4. Interest The PPBA is an interest-bearing balancing account. Unless otherwise specified in the Prepayment Application, interest shall accrue monthly to the sub-accounts of the PPBA by applying one-twelfth of the then-current three-month Commercial Paper Rate – Non-Financial, as reported by the Federal Reserve Statistical Release H.15, to the average monthly balance in the PPBA sub-accounts. 5. Disposition Disposition of the balances in the PPBA sub-accounts shall be defined in the Prepayment Application. 6. PPBA Review Procedures The recorded operation of the PPBA for the record period shall be reviewed by the Commission in SCE’s annual ERRA Review of Operations application to ensure that the entries made in the PPBA are stated correctly and are consistent with applicable Commission decisions. (To be inserted by utility) Advice 4309-E Decision 18-10-019 and 20-08004 2D7 Issued by Carla Peterman Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Submitted Oct 12, 2020 Effective Resolution
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 69768-E 67482-E Sheet 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. TITLE PAGE ............................................................................................................................. 11431-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - RATE SCHEDULES ....69768-67339-69769-67341-67342-67343-67344-E ........................................................................................................... 67467-67346-67468-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS ................................... 66863-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - RULES ................................................................................. 67469-64043-E TABLE OF CONTENTS-INDEX OF COMMUNITIES, MAPS, BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS 62213-E TABLE OF CONTENTS - SAMPLE FORMS.. .................. 62213-64447-61576-65710-63318-61631-E ........................................................................................................... 67483-61971-63296-E PRELIMINARY STATEMENT: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Territory Served ......................................................................................................... 22909-E Description of Service ................................................................................................ 22909-E Procedure to Obtain Service ..................................................................................... 22909-E Establishment of Credit and Deposits ....................................................................... 22909-E General .......................................................................... 45178-45179-45180-53818-45182-E Symbols ..................................................................................................................... 45182-E Gross Revenue Sharing Mechanism .......26584-26585-26586-26587-27195-27196-54092-E .................................................................................................. 51717-53819-27200-27201-E Baseline Service ........................................................... 52027-52028-52029-52030-52031-E Charge Ready Program Balancing Account ................................................... 65510-65511-E Not In Use ............................................................................................................................. -E Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism ........................................ 36582-57779-E Purchase Agreement Administrative Costs Balancing Account ........... 55207-51922-55208-E Income Tax Component of Contributions ....................................................... 58419-58420-E Memorandum Accounts.... 21344-65676-61164-58221-49492-61165-61166-61167-53821-E ........ 50418-42841-61168-64869-64870-44950-44951-44952-44953-42849-42850-42851-E ........ 65677-65678-55623-61171-42856-61172-61173-52033-50419-55048-61174-42863-E ........ 42864-56204-56205-51235-45920-51236-61175-50209-42872-42873-50421-46539-E ........ 42876-42877-42878-42879-42880-42881-42882-54534-53371-56253-44959-42887-E ........ 53321-53322-61176-52551-52552-49928-56235-56236-56237-55144-55145-44029-E ........ 53016-57156-57157-51163-51164-51165-51166-51167-51168-51169-51170-51171-E ................................ 51244-55806-56393-56394-56395-56396-56397-56398-56399-58978E California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Adjustment Clause ................. 34705-41902-E .................................................................................................. 36472-38847-56788-67026-E Tree Mortality Non-Bypassable Charge Balancing Account………...65929-65930-65931-E (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 4309-E Decision 18-10-019 and 20-08004 1D3 Issued by Carla Peterman Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Submitted Oct 12, 2020 Effective Resolution (T)
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Southern California Edison Rosemead, California (U 338-E) Cancelling Revised Revised Cal. PUC Sheet No. Cal. PUC Sheet No. 69769-E 69312-E Sheet 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued) Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. PRELIMINARY STATEMENT: (Continued) RR. New System Generation Balancing Account ................................ 68389-57976-64244-64245-E SS. Not In Use .................................................................................................................................. -E ................................................................................................................................................... -E TT. Not In Use .................................................................................................................................. -E UU. Not In Use .................................................................................................................................. -E VV. Medical Programs Balancing Account....................................................... 60662-57978-44979-E WW. Portfolio Allocation Balancing Account…………….65241-65242-69094-68390-65245-67030-E …………………………………………………………………………………………65247-65248-65249-E XX. Low Carbon Fuel Standard Revenue Balancing Account .................................... 56447-56448-E YY. Base Revenue Requirement Balancing Account .......................... 68391-65251-54112-51724-E .................................... 65252-65253-65254-65255-66067-68159-68160-57984-58088-57986-E ZZ. Energy Resource Recovery Account ..........65259-65260-65261-65262-66628-65264-65265-E ................................................................................. 68600-68072-68484-55221-56259-55223-E AAA. Post Test Year Ratemaking Mechanism. ................................................ 57988-60665-57990-E BBB. Not In Use ................................................................................................................................ -E CCC. Cost of Capital Mechanism ...................................................................... 68392-68393-62453-E DDD. 2010-2012 On Bill Financing Balancing Account .......................................................... 55859-E EEE Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Balancing Account(PPBA)69766-69767-E FFF Electric Program Investment Charge Balancing Account-California Energy Commission .......... ............................................................................................................................ 50176-50177-E GGG Electric Program Investment Charge Balancing Account-Southern California Edison ............... ............................................................................................................................ 50178-50179-E HHH Electric Program Investment Charge Balancing Account-California Public Utilities Commission ....................................................................................................................................... 50180-E III New Solar Homes Partnership(NSHP) Program Balancing Account (NSHPPBA)……..59581-E JJJ Not Used……………………………………………………………....69307-69308-69309-69310-E ……………………………………………………………………………………...…...59849-59850-E RRR Integrated Distributed Energy Resources Shareholder Incentive Award Balancing Account (iDERSIABA)……………………………………………………………………………...……61284-E LLL Integrated Distributed Energy Resources Contract Costs Balancing Account (iDERCCBA)…… ……………………………………………………………………………………….………….61285-E MMM Distributed Resources Plan Demonstration Balancing Account (DRPDBA)……61982-61983-E NNN Transportation Electrification Portfolio Balancing Account (TEPBA)…….64055-64056-64057-E ………………………………………………………………………………………….64058-64059-E OOO Aliso Canyon Energy Storage Balancing Account (ACESBA)…………………....64073-64074-E PPP Disadvantaged Communities-Green Tariff Balancing Account (DACGTBA)……64152-64153-E VVV Community Solar Green Tariff Balancing Account (CSGTBA)……………………64154-64155-E WWW Disadvantaged Communities - Single-family Solar Homes Balancing Account (DACSASHBA) …………………………………………………………………………………………..64733-64734-E XXX Statewide Energy Efficiency Balancing Account (SWEEBA)……………………………..68438-E ZZZ Net Energy Metering Measurement and Evaluation Balancing Account (NEMMEBA)…65128-E (N) (Continued) (To be inserted by utility) Advice 4309-E Decision 18-10-019 and 20-08004 3D3 Issued by Carla Peterman Senior Vice President (To be inserted by Cal. PUC) Date Submitted Oct 12, 2020 Effective Resolution
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