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Clay Faber - Director
Federal & CA Regulatory
8330 Century Park Court
San Diego, CA 92123
cfaber@sdge.com

October 12, 2020
ADVICE LETTER 3631-E
(U902-E)
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
SUBJECT:

SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY PROTOCOLS TO ADMINISTER
PREPAYMENT REQUESTS AND NEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO DECISION
20-08-004

PURPOSE
In accordance with the direction set forth in Ordering Paragraph (OP) 6 of Decision (D.) 20-08004 (Decision), which became effective on August 6, 2020, San Diego Gas & Electric Company
(SDG&E) hereby submits this advice letter requesting California Public Utilities Commission
(Commission) approval of its proposed protocols to administer power charge indifference
adjustment (PCIA) prepayment requests and negotiations.
BACKGROUND
On August 12, 2020, the Commission issued D.20-08-004, which adopts a framework for
agreements to prepay PCIA obligations. Based on the recommendations provided by Working
Group Two, the Decision adopts, in pertinent part, (1) the consensus framework for PCIA
prepayment agreements; (2) the consensus guiding principles, with the exception of one
principle regarding partial payments; and (3) evaluation criteria for prepayment agreements.
The Decision also clarifies that risk should be incorporated into the prepayment calculations by
using mutually acceptable terms and conditions that adequately mitigate the risks identified by
Working Group Two.
In OP 6, the Decision directs SDG&E and the other investor-owned utilities (“IOUs”) to each file
a Tier 2 Advice Letter within 60 days of issuance of the Decision to establish protocols to
administer prepayment requests and negotiations. The Decision requires the Advice Letters to
address:
(a) How many prepayment requests will be processed annually, and justifications for the
limitations;
(b) How prepayment requests will be prioritized by the IOU;
(c) What steps can parties 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;





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Public Utilities Commission 2 October 12, 2020 (d) 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; (e) The criteria and metrics by which the party seeking to prepay its PCIA obligation will be evaluated by the IOU under a viability screen. DISCUSSION SDG&E addresses below the five topics identified in OP 6 of the Decision. A. Processing of Prepayment Requests (i) Annual Notification Window On an annual basis, SDG&E will provide a set time period (the notification window) for Direct Access (DA) customers and Community Choice Aggregators (CCA) to submit requests to prepay the remaining years of their total PCIA obligation. As discussed below, SDG&E will follow a process modeled on its existing Commission-approved request-for-offers (RFO) process to facilitate receipt of prepayment requests and negotiation of prepayment agreements. Specifically, the process will include: 1) the issuance of a market notice informing potential prepaying entities of the notification window; 2) identification of the relevant information required to support a request for prepayment and instructions for submitting prepayment requests; 3) the timeline/schedule of the notification window and negotiation period; and 4) requirements related to the processing deposit (see Section E below for discussion of processing deposit). (ii) Number of Prepayment Requests For SDG&E’s first annual prepayment request process, SDG&E will accept applications from and enter negotiations with up to five DA customers and one CCA. The limitation on the number of applications identified by SDG&E reflects SDG&E’s best judgment concerning the number of transactions of each type that it can reasonably process over the relevant period under existing operating conditions and at current resource levels. These limits are established based on SDG&E’s initial assessment of the prepayment process and its expectation that prepayment agreements with DA customers will involve less complexity than prepayment agreements with CCAs. The application limits are set as a starting point for the first year of prepayments; after the first annual process, SDG&E will apply lessons learned and review the prepayment process for effectiveness. SDG&E will make changes necessary to increase efficiency and/or improve the administration of prepayment requests and/or negotiations via a Tier 1 Advice Letter. B. Structure and Prioritization of Prepayment Requests Conforming prepayment requests will be processed in the order they are received. Payment of the processing deposit described in Section E(i) below must be received by SDG&E in accordance with the instructions provided in connection with the notification window. Failure to remit the processing deposit by the specified deadline will cause the prepayment request to be removed from the queue.
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Public Utilities Commission 3 October 12, 2020 C. Ensuring Efficiency in the Regulatory Approval Process To streamline the regulatory approval process, SDG&E proposes to follow a process modeled on its existing RFO process. Specifically, SDG&E proposes to: • Establish a defined period within which a predesignated number of DA customers or CCAs may submit prepayment requests. • Establish a reasonable period of time within which negotiations will occur so that proposed prepayment agreements may be submitted to the application in a single application, to the extent practicable. SDG&E believes that this approach will minimize administrative costs and will allow for an appropriate allocation of resources. Upon completion of the negotiation period, SDG&E will submit proposed final prepayment agreement(s) to the Commission in a single application, to the extent practicable. SDG&E believes that this approach will promote efficiency and assist the Commission in its evaluation of the reasonableness of multiple proposed agreements by enabling reliance on common assumptions, including assumptions regarding future market pricing and risk for contracts within the same vintage. In the application for approval of proposed prepayment agreement(s), SDG&E will submit executed prepayment agreements and necessary documentation to support the application, with appropriate protections for market-sensitive and confidential information, D. Cost Allocation (i) Implementation and Accounting After the prepayment application has been approved by the Commission, SDG&E will bill the DA customer or CCA directly for the prepayment amount and according to the billing terms specified in the prepayment agreement. The prepayment amount will be considered the final bill for PCIA charges and is not refundable to the DA customer or CCA. The prepayment amount will include a gross up for Franchise Fees, but not uncollectable amounts.1 The prepayment amount will also include an estimated interest amount representing the forecasted interest expected to accrue over the life of the prepayment period. If, after the prepayment period has ended, there is a residual amount, it will be transferred to the Portfolio Allocation Balancing Account (PABA) as further described in SDG&E’s included preliminary statement, PPBA (Attachment A). 1 The current approved Franchise Fee rate is 0.010275 for outside of the City of San Diego and 0.034468 within the City of San Diego. The uncollectable rate that will not be included is 0.00173 for all customers.
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Public Utilities Commission 4 October 12, 2020 Implementation of the accounting, tracking, and shadow billing procedures to support the prepayment option may require upgrades to SDG&E customer billing system. If costs are incurred to make necessary upgrades to the Customer Information System (CIS), such costs will be recovered utilizing the same cost recovery method that the Commission approved in A.17-04-027. Specifically, the CIS Replacement Program is a common plant asset that benefits all customers rather than a customer-specific program that benefits only bundled customer or unbundled customers. The Commission indicated in A.17-04-027 that SDG&E should apply its approved General Rate Case (GRC) methodology for allocating common plant to its CIS, directing in its September 22, 2017 ruling that “[p]roper cost allocation for the CIS Replacement Program should be determined in SDG&E’s GRC Application so it can be analyzed and compared with how SDG&E proposes to alloca[te] costs for its other projects and plant assets and in order to maintain consistency with how these costs are allocated.” Hence, upgrades to SDG&E’s CIS related to implementation of the prepayment option will follow the same methodology. (ii) PCIA Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA): The purpose of the PPBA is to record all prepayments of PCIA obligations received pursuant to agreements reached between SDG&E and departing load customers. Pursuant to OP 3 of D.2008-004 the basic regulatory accounting process proposed by the co-chairs of Working Group Two is adopted, entailing any prepayment amount be placed into an interest-bearing account,2 as required by D.18-10-019, and allowing the IOU to calculate a “shadow bill” on a monthly basis and transfer that bill amount to the PABA every month. Additional steps may be introduced depending on the final structure of the prepayment agreement. The details of the accounting treatment for prepayments shall be fully explained in individual applications for prepayment agreements. The “shadow bill” is the PCIA amount the prepayer would have owed for the relevant time period if it had not prepaid. It will be calculated by taking the prepayer’s total applicable consumption and multiplying it by the current PCIA rate for the prepayer’s vintage. The balance in the PPBA will be amortized by transferring the monthly “shadow bill” amount to the PABA until the prepayment balance has been fully amortized. If there is a residual balance after the “shadow bills” have been applied, this balance will be transferred to PABA. SDG&E’s proposed balancing account (the PPBA) and preliminary statement is included as Attachment A. (iii) Allocation of Cost Responsibility if Prepayment Negotiations Do Not Result in an Application for Prepayment Approval and Calculation of Associated Costs As discussed below, SDG&E will require a processing deposit, which will be applied to recover administrative costs incurred by SDG&E during the negotiating window. Should negotiations fail to result in an application for prepayment, documentation of the administrative costs incurred by SDG&E during the negotiating window will be provided to the entity requesting to prepay and will be deducted from the processing deposit. 2 As described above, the interest will be factored into the prepayment agreement.
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Public Utilities Commission 5 October 12, 2020 E. Criteria and Metrics for Evaluation Under a Viability Screen (i) Processing Deposit For SDG&E’s first annual prepayment request process, it does not intend to use a viability screen. SDG&E will instead require potential prepaying entities to provide a processing deposit to demonstrate seriousness and financial viability. In order to commence negotiation of a prepayment arrangement, a DA customer or CCA seeking to prepay must first provide a processing deposit to SDG&E in accordance with the schedule established upon opening of the notification window. The processing deposit will be an amount equivalent to two times (2x) the prepaying entity’s PCIA obligation, based on the uncapped PCIA rate, from the previous year. The processing deposit will be applied to recover the actual administrative costs and any other associated costs incurred by SDG&E during the negotiating window, to ensure the serious commitment and financial viability of the potential prepaying entity and to promote good-faith negotiations by both parties. Should negotiations fail to result in a mutually agreeable final prepayment price, the administrative costs incurred during the negotiating window will be paid by the prepaying entity from the processing deposit. Any remaining balance from the processing deposit in excess of administrative costs shall be refunded to the entity seeking to prepay. If negotiations are successful and an application for prepayment is approved by the Commission, the processing deposit will be administered based on the terms and conditions of the prepayment agreement. (ii) Independent Evaluator In order to ensure fairness and transparency, SDG&E may use an independent evaluator (IE) to oversee implementation of SDG&E’s proposed prepayment request processing framework and respective negotiations with prepaying entities. SDG&E anticipates that, if retained, the IE would monitor the process from start-to-finish and generate a report following the conclusion of the process on an annual basis. EFFECTIVE DATE SDG&E believes this submittal is subject to Energy Division disposition and should be classified as a Tier 2 (pending Energy Division disposition) submittal pursuant to GO 96-B. SDG&E respectfully requests that this submittal be approved effective November 11, 2020 which is 30 days from the date filed.
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Public Utilities Commission 6 October 12, 2020 PROTEST Anyone may protest this Advice Letter to the Commission. The protest must state the grounds upon which it is based, including such items as financial and service impact, and should be submitted expeditiously. The protest must be made in writing and must be received no later than November 2, 2020, which is 21 days after the date this Advice Letter was submitted with the Commission. There is no restriction on who may submit a protest. The address for mailing or delivering a protest to the Commission is: CPUC Energy Division Attention: Tariff Unit 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Copies of the protest should also be sent via e-mail to the attention of the Energy Division at EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov and to SDGETariffs@SDGE.com. A copy of the protest should also be sent via e-mail to the address shown below on the same date it is mailed or delivered to the Commission. Attn: Greg Anderson Regulatory Tariff Manager E-mail: GAnderson@SDGE.com NOTICE A copy of this submittal has been served on the utilities and interested parties shown on the attached list, including interested parties in R.17-06-026, by providing them a copy hereof either electronically or via the U.S. mail, properly stamped and addressed. Address changes should be directed to SDG&E Tariffs by email to SDG&ETariffs@SDGE.com. /s/ Clay Faber _______________________________ CLAY FABER Director – Federal & CA Regulatory
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ADVICE LETTER SUMMARY ENERGY UTILITY MUST BE COMPLETED BY UTILITY (Attach additional pages as needed) Company name/CPUC Utility No.: San Diego Gas & Electric (U902) Utility type: ELC GAS PLC HEAT ELC = Electric PLC = Pipeline WATER Contact Person: Joff Morales Phone #: 858-650-4098 E-mail: JMorales@sdge.com E-mail Disposition Notice to: SDGETariffs@sdge.com EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE GAS = Gas WATER = Water HEAT = Heat (Date Submitted / Received Stamp by CPUC) Tier Designation: 2 Advice Letter (AL) #: 3631-E Subject of AL: San Diego Gas & Electric Company Protocols to Administer Prepayment Request and Negotiations Pursuant to Decision 20-08-004 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.20-08-004 Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL: N/A Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL: N/A 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: 11/11/20 No. of tariff sheets: 5 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: See Attachment 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: Greg Anderson Title: Utility Name: San Diego Gas & Electric Address: 8330 Century Park Court, CP32C City: San Diego Zip: 92123 State: California Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Email: GAnderson@sdge.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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cc: (w/enclosures) Public Utilities Commission CA. Public Avocates (CalPA) R. Pocta Energy Division M. Ghadessi M. Salinas L. Tan R. Ciupagea Tariff Unit CA Energy Commission B. Penning B. Helft Advantage Energy C. Farrell Alcantar & Kahl LLP M. Cade K. Harteloo AT&T Regulatory Barkovich & Yap, Inc. B. Barkovich Biofuels Energy, LLC K. Frisbie Braun & Blaising, P.C. S. Blaising D. Griffiths Buchalter K. Cameron M. Alcantar CA Dept. of General Services H. Nanjo California Energy Markets General General Order No. 96-B ADVICE LETTER SUBMITTAL MAILING LIST Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, LLC P. DeVille NRG Energy D. Fellman Clean Power Research T. Schmid G. Novotny Pacific Gas & Electric Co. M. Lawson M. Huffman Tariff Unit Davis Wright Tremaine LLP J. Pau Douglass & Liddell D. Douglass D. Liddell Ellison Schneider Harris & Donlan LLP E. Janssen C. Kappel Energy Policy Initiatives Center (USD) S. Anders Energy Regulatory Solutions Consultants L. Medina Energy Strategies, Inc. K. Campbell EQ Research General Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, & Day LLP B. Cragg J. Squeri Green Charge K. Lucas Hanna and Morton LLP N. Pedersen JBS Energy J. Nahigian Keyes & Fox, LLP B. Elder California Farm Bureau Federation K. Mills Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP D. Huard R. Keen California Wind Energy N. Rader McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP J. Leslie Cameron-Daniel, P.C. General Morrison & Foerster LLP P. Hanschen MRW & Associates LLC General City of Poway Poway City Hall City of San Diego L. Azar J. Cha D. Heard F. Ortlieb H. Werner M. Rahman NLine Energy M. Swindle RTO Advisors S. Mara SCD Energy Solutions P. Muller Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP O. Armi Solar Turbines C. Frank SPURR M. Rochman Southern California Edison Co. K. Gansecki TerraVerde Renewable Partners LLC F. Lee TURN M. Hawiger UCAN D. Kelly US Dept. of the Navy K. Davoodi US General Services Administration D. Bogni Valley Center Municipal Water Distr G. Broomell Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association S. Dey Copies to AddisScott9@aol.com ckingaei@yahoo.com clower@earthlink.net hpayne3@gmail.com puainc@yahoo.com Interested Parties R.17-06-026
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Page 1 of 1 ATTACHMENT A ADVICE LETTER 3631-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Revised 33631-E PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS, DESCRIPTION/LISTING OF ACCOUNTS, Sheet 3 Original 33632-E PRELIMINARY STATEMENTS, II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS, POWER CHARGE INDIFFERENCE ADJUSTMENT PREPAYMENT BALANCING ACCOUNT (PPBA), Sheet 1 Original 33633-E PRELIMINARY STATEMENTS, II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS, POWER CHARGE INDIFFERENCE ADJUSTMENT PREPAYMENT BALANCING ACCOUNT (PPBA), Sheet 2 Revised 33634-E TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 1 Revised 33607-E Revised 33635-E TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 2 Revised 33405-E 1 Revised 33256-E
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33631-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33256-E Sheet 3 PRELIMINARY STATEMENT II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS DESCRIPTION/LISTING OF ACCOUNTS Listing of Accounts (Continued) Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Balancing Account (MDHDBA) Vehicle to Grid Balancing Account (V2GBA) Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Under-Collection Balancing Account (CAPBA) Overhead Pools Balancing Account (OPBA) San Diego Unified Port District Balancing Account (SDUPDBA) Light-Duty Electric Vehicle Balancing Account (LDBA) Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA) Issued by 3P4 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3631-E D.20-08-004 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs N Submitted Effective Resolution No. Oct 12, 2020
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33632-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 1 PRELIMINARY STATEMENTS II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS POWER CHARGE INDIFFERENCE ADJUSTMENT PREPAYMENT BALANCING ACCOUNT (PPBA) 1. N N N N Purpose: The PPBA is a balancing account recorded on SDG&E’s financial statements pursuant to D. 20-08004, which adopts the framework and evaluation criteria for the PCIA prepayment agreements in accordance with the directives and intent of D. 18-10-019. Pursuant to D. 18-10-019, Ordering Paragraph (OP) 13, the purpose of the PPBA is to record all prepayments of Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) obligations received pursuant to agreements reached between SDG&E and departing load customers. The prepayment amounts will be net of interest that is expected to accrue over the prepayment period. The PPBA is comprised of sub-accounts for each individual prepayment agreement reached between SDG&E and any Departing Load Counterparty and approved by the Commission via an application submitted pursuant to OP 12 of D.18-10-019 (Prepayment Application). SDG&E shall calculate a “shadow bill” on a monthly basis. The “shadow bill” is the PCIA amount the prepaying customer would have owed for that month if it had not prepaid. It will be calculated by taking the prepaying customer’s total monthly consumption and multiplying it by the current PCIA rate for the taxpayer’s vintage. The Utility will transfer the bill amount to the Portfolio Allocation Balancing Account (PABA) every month in order to prevent swings in the PABA balance that may impact non-prepayers. The prepayment must be structured as a one-time payment or a series of levelized payments over 2-5 years. 2. Applicability: The PPBA shall apply to all departing load customers, except for customers specifically excluded by the Commission. The departing load customers are composed of individual Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregators on behalf of their applicable Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers. 3. Rates: N The PPBA does not have a rate component. (Continued) Issued by 1P4 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3631-E D.20-08-004 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Oct 12, 2020
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33633-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 2 PRELIMINARY STATEMENTS II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS POWER CHARGE INDIFFERENCE ADJUSTMENT PREPAYMENT BALANCING ACCOUNT (PPBA) 4. N N N N Accounting Procedure: SDG&E shall maintain the PPBA by making monthly entries to the account as follows: a) A credit entry equal to the actual amount of the PCIA obligations received pursuant to agreements reached between SDG&E and departing load customers. b) A debit entry equal to the PCIA amount the prepaying customer would have owed for that month if it had not prepaid (shadow bill). 5. Disposition: The balance in the PPBA will be amortized by transferring the monthly “shadow bill” amount to the PABA until the prepayment balance has been fully amortized. Any balance remaining at the end of the prepayment period will be transferred to PABA. Issued by 2P4 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3631-E D.20-08-004 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Oct 12, 2020 N
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 33634-E Revised Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33607-E Sheet 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS The following sheets contain all the effective rates and rules affecting rates, service and information relating thereto, in effect on the date indicated herein. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No TITLE PAGE............................................................. TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................. 16015-E 33634, 33635, 31243, 33380, 33381, 33253-E 33254, 33382, 32346, 32352, 33383, 31804-E 31805, 31174, 33419, 31176, 31177-E T PRELIMINARY STATEMENT: I. General Information……...................................... II. Balancing Accounts Description/Listing of Accounts California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Balancing Acct Rewards and Penalties Balancing Account (RPBA)……. Transition Cost Balancing Account (TCBA)……………... Post-1997 Electric Energy Efficiency Balancing Acct (PEEEBA Tree Trimming Balancing Account (TTBA)…………….. Baseline Balancing Account (BBA)………………………. Energy Resource Recovery Account (ERRA)…………… Low-Income Energy Efficiency Balancing Acct (LIEEBA)…… Non-Fuel Generation Balancing Account (NGBA)……… Electric Procurement Energy Efficiency Balancing Account (EPEEBA) Common Area Balancing Account (CABA)……………… Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism (NDAM)… Pension Balancing Account (PBA)……………………….. Post-Retirement Benefits Other Than Pensions Balancing Account (PBOPBA) 8274, 30670, 31260-E 19402, 32302, 33631-E 26553, 26554-E 21929, 23295-E 31213, 31214, 31215, 31216, 31631, 31632-E 22059, 30893-E 27944, 19422-E 21377, 28769-E 26358, 26359, 26360, 26361, 31631, 31632-E 19431, 19432-E 31217, 31218, 31219, 25575-E 30675-E 28770-E 30676-E 29835, 27949-E 29836, 27951-E Community Choice Aggregation Implementation Balancing Account (CCAIBA)……………………………... 19445-E 31453, 22813, 21116-E 26555-E 30647, 30648, 30649-E 30998, 30999-E 30677-E 22078-E 30102, 30103, 27692-E 22797-E 30678-E 30820-E 28765-E 27955, 27956-E 31664, 31665-E 26898, 26899-E Electric Distribution Fixed Cost Account (EDFCA)…… Rate Design Settlement Component Account (RDSCA) California Solar Initiative Balancing Account (CSIBA)…. SONGS O&M Balancing Account (SONGSBA)…… On-Bill Financing Balancing Account (OBFBA)…… Solar Energy Project Balancing Account (SEPBA)…. Electric Program Investment Charge Balancing Acct (EPICBA) Tax Equity Investment Balancing Account (TEIBA) California Energy Systems 21st Century Balancing Acct (CES-21BA) Greenhouse Gas Revenue Balancing Account (GHGRBA). Local Generation Balancing Account (LGBA)……………. New Environmental Regulatory Balancing Account (NERBA)………… Master Meter Balancing Account (MMBA)……………………… Smart Meter Opt-Out Balancing Account (SMOBA)……………….. (Continued) Issued by 1P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3631-E D.20-08-004 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Oct 12, 2020 T
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33635-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33405-E Sheet 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS II. Balancing Accounts (Continued) Low Carbon Fuel Standard Balancing Account (LCFSBA)………….. 26173-E Green Tariff Shared Renewables Balancing Account (GTSRBA)……… 28264, 28265-E Cost of Financing Balancing Account (CFBA)………….. 26180-E Family Electric Rate Assistance Balancing Account (FERABA)…….. 26631-E Vehicle Grid Integration Balancing Account (VGIBA)………………. 30679-E Demand Response Generation Balancing Account (DRGMA)……….. 28123-E Incentive Pilot Contract Payment Balancing Account (IPCPBA)………… 28919-E Incentive Pilot Incentive Balancing Account (IPIBA)……………………….. 28920-E Distribution Resources Plan Demonstration Balancing Acct (DRPDBA) 28885-E Food Bank Balancing Account (FBBA)………………………………………. 29282-E Clean Transportation Priority Balancing Account (CTPBA)……………… 30731-E Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing Balancing Acct (SOMAHBA).. 30099-E Community Solar Green Tariff Balancing Account (CSGRBA)…… 30811-E Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff Balancing Acct (DACGTBA) 30812-E Disadvantaged Communities Single Family Solar Homes Balancing Account (DACSASHBA) 32383-E Statewide Energy Efficiency Balancing Account (SWEEBA)………. 30894, 30895-E Customer Information System Balancing Account (CISBA)………….. 31042, 31043-E Transition, Stabilization and OCM Balancing Account (TSOBA)….. 31044-E Net Energy Metering Measurement and Evaluation BA (NEMMEBA) 31181-E Portfolio Allocation Balancing Account (PABA)…………… 32542, 31221, 32543, 31223, 32544-E Tree Mortality Non-Bypassable Charge Balancing Account (TMNBCBA) 31587, 31588-E Rule 21 Material Modifications Balancing Account (R21MMBA)……… 32233-E Power Charge Indifference Adjustment Prepayment Balancing Account (PPBA)……………………………………………….. 33632, 33633 III. Memorandum Accounts Description/Listing of Accounts………. 19451, 31002, 33368-E Catastrophic Event Memorandum Account (CEMA)………. 19453, 19454, 22814-E Streamlining Residual Account (SRA)……………………… 30680, 28771-E Nuclear Claims Memorandum Account (NCMA)….. 30681-E Real-Time Energy Metering Memorandum Account (RTEMMA)…… 19472-E Net Energy Metering Memorandum Account (NEMMA)……. 19473-E Self-Generation Program Memorandum Acct (SGPMA)…….. 330900, 33091-E Bond Payment Memorandum Account (BPMA)……………. 19481-E 19576, 19577, 19578-E Direct Access Cost Responsibility Surcharge Memo Acct (DACRSMA) Covid-19 Pandemic Protections Memorandum Account (CPPMA) (Continued) Issued by 2P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3631-E D.20-08-004 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs 33369, 33403-E Submitted Effective Resolution No. Oct 12, 2020 N N
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