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

February 17, 2021
ADVICE LETTER 3691-E
(U902-E)
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
SUBJECT:

Establishment of Schedule – Electric Vehicle High Power Rate (EV-HP) for
Electric Vehicle Charging Pursuant to Commission Decision 20-12-023

San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) hereby submits for approval by the California
Public Utilities Commission (Commission) modifications to its electric tariffs, as shown in
Attachment A.
PURPOSE
In compliance with Ordering Paragraph 2 of Commission Decision (D.) 20-12-023 approved on
December 17, 2020, this filing establishes Schedule EV-HP to offer its commercial customers a
new rate for separately-metered electric vehicle (EV) charging loads with an aggregated
maximum demand of 20 kilowatts or greater. Also revised are Schedules Electric Energy
Commodity Cost (EECC) and Electric Energy Commodity Cost - Critical Peak Pricing Default
(EECC-CP-D) to include the EV-HP commodity rates.
BACKGROUND
Senate Bill (SB) 350, the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act, established new clean
energy, clean air, and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals for California for 2030 and
beyond. SB 350 requires the Commission, in consultation with the California Air Resources
Board (CARB) and the California Energy Commission (CEC), to direct the utilities under their
regulatory oversight to undertake transportation electrification activities consistent with Public
Utilities Code Sections 237.5 and 740.12.
On January 22, 2018, SDG&E filed Application (A.) 18-01-012, seeking authorization to
establish and implement a medium-duty/heavy-duty electric vehicle infrastructure program
(MD/HD Program) to support Class 2 – Class 8 EVs and reduce barriers to adoption.
On November 5, 2018, the Settling Parties filed a motion seeking approval of a Settlement
Agreement Regarding A.18-01-012. On August 23, 2019, the Commission approved, with
modifications, the multi-party settlement regarding SDG&E’s MD/HD Program and Vehicle-toGrid Electric School Bus Application in D.19-08-026. The settlement agreement required
SDG&E to develop one or more new electric vehicle rate options within six months of final
approval of the agreement.





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Public Utilities Commission 2 February 17, 2021 On July 3, 2019, SDG&E filed Application (A.) 19-07-006 to propose a new EV-HP rate. On December 17, 2020, the Commission approved D.20-12-023 which authorized SDG&E to establish Schedule EV-HP. DISCUSSION Schedule EV-HP is optionally available to separately metered charging of EVs outside of singlefamily homes, whose aggregated monthly maximum demand equals or exceeds 20 kilowatts (kW). Customer Information System: As the Commission is aware, SDG&E is in the midst of a Customer Information System (CIS) replacement project. D.18-08-008 granted SDG&E authority to replace its CIS / billing system. SDGE is currently in the one-year “freeze period” to its legacy CIS system, where structural changes and additions will be deferred until the new system is implemented and stabilized. New Rates and Structural changes to Existing Rates EV-HP Rates SDG&E hereby establishes electric rate schedule EV-HP, included as Attachment A, applicable to separately-metered plug-in electric vehicle load and associated loads only. Tariffs Revisions to Commodity Schedules EECC and EECC-CP-D These schedules are revised to include placeholders for the new EV-HP rates for each associated schedule to be effective on January 1, 2022. The following modifications are made to Schedule EECC, as shown in Attachment B: • Sheet 7 and Sheet 8 have been modified to present EV-HP commodity rates • EV-HP has been added to the “Summary of Class Load Profile Categories and Associated Rate Schedules” on Sheet 14. The following modifications are made to Schedule EECC-CPP-D, as shown in Attachment C: • EV-HP has been added to the “Applicability” section on Sheet 1 • a new Sheet 4 to present the EV-HP commodity rates The actual rates for January 1, 2022 are not currently known, so the tables currently show placeholder “x.xxxxx” rates, and will be updated to reflect the appropriate rates at the time of implementation. EFFECTIVE DATE SDG&E believes this submittal is subject to Energy Division disposition and should be classified as Tier 2 (effective after staff approval) pursuant to GO 96-B and D.20-12-023. SDG&E respectfully requests that this submittal be approved effective March 19, 2021, 30 days from the date filed.
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Public Utilities Commission 3 February 17, 2021 PROTEST Anyone may protest this Advice Letter to the California Public Utilities 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 March 9, 2021, which is 20 days from the date this Advice Letter was filed with the Commission. There is no restriction on who may file 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 be sent via e-mail to the attention of the Energy Division at EDTariffUnit@cpuc.ca.gov. 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 and SDGETariffs@sdge.com NOTICE A copy of this filing has been served on the utilities and interested parties shown on the attached list and to interested parties in service list A.18-01-012 and R.18-12-006, 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 Company (U902-E ) Utility type: ELC GAS PLC HEAT ELC = Electric PLC = Pipeline WATER Contact Person: Aurora Carrillo Phone #: (858) 654-1542 E-mail: ACarrillo@sdge.com E-mail Disposition Notice to: ACarrillo@sdge.com EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE GAS = Gas WATER = Water HEAT = Heat (Date Submitted / Received Stamp by CPUC) Tier Designation: 2 Advice Letter (AL) #: 3691-E Subject of AL: Establishment of Schedule – Electric Vehicle High Power Rate (EV-HP) for Electric Vehicle Charging Pursuant to Commission Decision 20-12-023 Keywords (choose from CPUC listing): Transportation Electrification, Compliance, Rates AL Type: Monthly Quarterly Annual One-Time Other: If AL submitted in compliance with a Commission order, indicate relevant Decision/Resolution #: D.20-12-023 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: 3/19/21 No. of tariff sheets: 15 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: Schedule EV-HP, Schedules EECC and Table of Contents 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: Regulatory Tariff Manager Utility Name: San Diego Gas & Electric Company Address: 8330 Century Park Court; CP 31D 92123 City: San Diego State: California Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: (858) 654-1717 Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Email: GAnderson@sdge.com Name: SDG&E Tariff Department Title: Utility Name: San Diego Gas & Electric Company Address: 8330 Century Park Court; CP 31D 92123 City: San Diego State: California Telephone (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Facsimile (xxx) xxx-xxxx: Email: SDGETariffs@sdge.com 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 California Farm Bureau Federation K. Mills California Wind Energy N. Rader Cameron-Daniel, P.C. General City of Poway Poway City Hall City of San Diego L. Azar J. Cha D. Heard F. Ortlieb H. Werner M. Rahman 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 Commercial Energy J. Martin regulatory@commercialenergy.net 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 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 Energy Regulatory Solutions Consultants L. Medina TerraVerde Renewable Partners LLC F. Lee Energy Strategies, Inc. K. Campbell TURN M. Hawiger 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 Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP D. Huard R. Keen McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP J. Leslie Morrison & Foerster LLP P. Hanschen MRW & Associates LLC General NLine Energy M. Swindle 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 in: A.18-01-012 R.12-12-006
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Page 1 of 1 ATTACHMENT A ADVICE LETTER 3691-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Title of Sheet Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Original 34140-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 1 Original 34141-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 2 Original 34142-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 3 Original 34143-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 4 Original 34144-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 5 Original 34145-E Schedule EV-HP, Electric Vehicle High Power Rate, Sheet 6 Revised 34146-E SCHEDULE EECC, ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST, Sheet 7 Revised 34012-E Revised 34147-E SCHEDULE EECC, ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST, Sheet 8 Revised 34013-E Revised 34148-E SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D, ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST, CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT, Sheet 4 Original 30613-E Revised 34149-E SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D, ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST, CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT, Sheet 5 Revised 32185-E Revised 34150-E SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D, ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST, CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT, Sheet 6 Revised 32186-E Revised 34151-E SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D, ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST, CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT, Sheet 7 Revised 32187-E Revised 34152-E TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 1 Revised 34138-E Revised 34153-E TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 5 Revised 33608-E Revised 34154-E TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 8 Revised 33833-E 1
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34140-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 1 Schedule EV-HP N N Electric Vehicle High Power Rate N APPLICABILITY This Schedule is optionally available to non-residential separately metered service to support charging of Electric Vehicles (EV), as defined in Special Condition 2, whose Monthly Maximum Demand equals, exceeds, or is expected to equal or exceed 20 kilowatts (kW). Schedule EVHP replaces the traditional maximum demand charge with a subscription charge billed monthly based on the customer’s subscription level. TERRITORY Within the entire territory served by the Utility. SUBSCRIPTION CHARGE Customers taking service on Schedule EV-HP will select their preferred kW subscription level. The customer’s subscribed power level should exceed their maximum demand. If the maximum demand exceeds the subscription level the subscription level will be increased (see Special Conditions 4). The customer shall pay a monthly subscription charge based on their subscription level. Pursuant to Commission Decision 20-12-023, for the first three years that the EV-HP rate is opened to customers, commencing January 1, 2022, certain charges will not be included in the EVHP subscription charge. (Continued) Issued by 1P9 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 34141-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 2 Schedule EV-HP N N Electric Vehicle High Power Rate N RATES Description EV-HP Transm Basic Service Fees ($/month) < 500 kW Secondary Primary > 500 kW Secondary Primary Distr PPP ND CTC LGC RS TRAC UDC Total x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx x.xx Energy ($/kWh) On-Peak Summer Secondary Primary x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx Off-Peak Summer Secondary Primary x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx Super Off-Peak Summer Secondary Primary x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx On-Peak Winter Secondary Primary x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx x.xxxxx Subscription Charges ≤ 150 Maximum kW ($/10 kW Increments) Secondary Primary > 150 Maximum kW ($/25 kW Increments) Secondary Primary Power Factor ($/kvar) Secondary Primary Off-Peak Winter Secondary Primary Super Off-Peak Winter Secondary Primary (Continued) Issued by 2P8 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34142-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 3 Schedule EV-HP N N Electric Vehicle High Power Rate N Rates (Continued) Notes: Transmission Energy charges include the Transmission Revenue Balancing Account Adjustment (TRBAA) of $(x.xxxxx) per kWh and the Transmission Access Charge Balancing Account Adjustment (TACBAA) of $(x.xxxxx) per kWh. The PPP rate is composed of Energy and Demand charges. For all voltage levels, the PPP Energy charges includes Low Income PPP rate (LI-PPP) $x.xxxx/kWh, Non-low Income PPP rate (Non-LI-PPP) $x.xxxx/kWh (pursuant to PU Code Section 399.8, the Non-LI-PPP rate may not exceed January 1, 2000 levels), Procurement Energy Efficiency Surcharge Rate of $x.xxxx/kWh, California Solar Initiative rate (CSI) of $x.xxxx/kWh and Self-Generation Incentive Program rate (SGIP) $x.xxxx//kWh. DWR-BC as presented is now used for collecting the California Wildfire Fund Charge effective Oct 1, 2020 (See Schedule WF – NBC). DWR BC will be renamed at implementation of SDG&E’s new customer information system. Rate Components The rates shown above are comprised of the following components: 1. The Utility Distribution Company Total Rates (UDC Total) shown above are comprised of the following components (if applicable): (1) Transmission (Trans) Charges, (2) Distribution (Distr) Charges, (3) Public Purpose Program (PPP) Charges, (4) Nuclear Decommissioning (ND) Charge, (5) Ongoing Competition Transition Charges (CTC), (6) Local Generation Charge (LGC), (7) Reliability Services (RS), and (8) Total Rate Adjustment Component (TRAC). 2. Utility Distribution Company (UDC) Total Rate shown above excludes any applicable commodity charges associated with Schedule EECC (Electric Energy Commodity Cost) and Schedule DWR-BC (Department of Water Resources Bond Charge). Certain Direct Access customers are exempt from the TRAC, as defined in Rule 1 – Definitions (Continued) Issued by 3P8 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34143-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 4 Schedule EV-HP N N Electric Vehicle High Power Rate Time Periods N All time periods listed are applicable to local time. The definition of time will be based on the date service is rendered. TOU Period – Weekdays On-Peak Off-Peak Super-Off-Peak Summer Winter 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; 9:00 p.m. – midnight Midnight – 6:00 a.m. TOU Period – Weekends and Holidays On-Peak Off-Peak Super-Off-Peak 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Excluding 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.in March and April; 9:00 p.m. - midnight Midnight – 6:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in March and April Summer 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.; 9:00 p.m. – midnight Midnight – 2:00 p.m. Winter 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. - midnight Midnight – 2:00 p.m. Seasons Summer June 1 – October 31 Winter November 1 – May 31 Energy will be billed on the basis of the time period and season in which the usage occurred. Taxes and Franchise Fee Differential Any applicable taxes and franchise fees differentials associated with service under this Schedule will be based on the location of the VGI Program Facilities where the charging occurred. A Franchise Fee Differential of 5.78% will be applied to the monthly billings calculated under this Schedule for all customers charging their vehicle within the corporate limits of the City of San Diego. This Franchise Fee Differential shall be so indicated and added as a separate item to bills rendered to such customers. (Continued) Issued by 4P8 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34144-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 5 Schedule EV-HP Electric Vehicle High Power Rate SPECIAL CONDITIONS N 1. Definitions: The Definitions of terms used in this Schedule are found either herein or in Rule 1. 2. Electric Vehicle: An electric vehicle is any vehicle that utilizes electricity from external sources of electrical power, including the grid, for all or part of vehicles, vessels, trains, boats, or other equipment (e.g., aircraft, forklifts, port equipment) that are mobile sources of air pollution and greenhouse gases. 3. Metering: Schedule EV-HP is open to separately-metered EV load only. Should the California Public Utilities Commission approve a submetering protocol, submetered EV loads that comply with a said submetering proposal shall be eligible for Schedule EV-HP. 4. Subscription Charge: The subscription charge shall consist of increments of 10 kW for customers with maximum demand less than or equal to 150 kW and 25 kW for customers with maximum demand greater than 150 kW. The subscribed power level can be altered once per month. 5. Overages: If the customer’s maximum demand exceeds their subscription level for three consecutive months SDG&E will increase the subscription level to a level commiserate with the customer’s highest maximum demand within the past three consecutive months. The customer must remain at this subscription level for an additional three months. If the customer’s maximum demand exceeds their subscription level for six months in the rolling twelve-month period, their subscription level will be immediately increased consistent with their maximum demand in this rolling twelve-month period. The customer must remain at this subscription level for three consecutive months before they have the option to lower their subscription level. 6. Incidental Load: An exception to the requirement that eligible meters are to be dedicated exclusively to EV charging is that applications and apparatus that solely serve the overall EV infrastructure of the site and no other use may be included as load on an EV-dedicated meter. The added load included on the EV meter must not include load from any non-EV charging infrastructure facilities, appliances of apparatus. 7. Voltage: Service under this Schedule will be supplied at the standard available Voltage in accordance with Rule 2. 8. Voltage Regulators: Voltage Regulators, if required by the customer, shall be furnished, installed, owned, and maintained by the customer. (Continued) Issued by 5P6 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Original San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34145-E Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Sheet 6 Schedule EV-HP Electric Vehicle High Power Rate SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) N 1. Parallel Generation Limitation: This schedule is not applicable to standby, auxiliary service or service operated in parallel with a customer's generating plant, except as specified in Rule 1 under the definition of Parallel Generation Limitation. 2. Voltage Discount: A voltage discount is available for Primary Voltage under this schedule. 3. Basic Service Fee Determination: The basic service fee will be determined each month based on the customer’s Maximum Annual Demand. 4. Billing: A customer’s bill is first calculated according to the total rates and conditions listed above. The following adjustments are made depending on the option applicable to the customer: a. UDC Bundled Service Customers receive supply and delivery services solely from the Utility. The customer’s bill is based on the Total Rates set forth above. The EECC component is determined by multiplying the applicable EECC price for this schedule during the last month by the customer’s total usage. b. Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Customers purchase energy from a non-utility provider (ESP) and continue to receive delivery services from the Utility. The bills for a DA and CCA Customer will be calculated as if they were a UDC Bundled Service Customer, then crediting the bill by the amount of the EECC component, as determined for a UDC Bundled Customer, and including the appropriate Cost Responsibility Surcharge (CRS), if applicable. Nothing in this service schedule prohibits a marketer or broker from negotiating with customers the method by which their customer will pay the CTC charge. 5. Terms of Optional Service: A customer receiving service under this schedule may elect to change to another applicable rate schedule, but only after receiving service on this schedule for at least 12 consecutive months. If a customer elects to discontinue service on this schedule, the customer will not be permitted to return to this schedule for a period of one year. After discontinuing and returning to service on Schedule EV-HP the customer must re-specify their subscription level. Customers receiving the Interim Rate Waiver defined in Schedule TOU-M Special Condition 13 may begin receiving service under this schedule regardless of when they began receiving service under Schedule TOU-M Special Condition 13. 6. Other Applicable Tariffs: Rules 21, 23 and Schedule E-Depart apply to customers with generators. 7. Generator Operation: The operation of a non-utility generator unless expressly authorized by tariff is prohibited. (Continued) Issued by 6P6 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34146-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34012-E Sheet 7 SCHEDULE EECC ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST RATES (Continued) Commodity Rates (Continued) Schedule AL-TOU-2 (Continued) Super Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission On-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Super Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Schedule EV-HP Maximum On-Peak Demand – Summer Secondary Primary Maximum On-Peak Demand: Winter Secondary Primary On-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Off-Peak Energy - Summer Secondary Primary Super Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary On-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary (Continued) Issued by 7P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs ($/kWh) 0.07691 0.07665 0.07691 0.07665 0.07356 0.10227 0.10180 0.10227 0.10180 0.09751 0.09076 0.09038 0.09076 0.09038 0.08667 0.07800 0.07774 0.07800 0.07774 0.07461 ($/kW) N x.xx x.xx ($/kW) x.xx x.xx ($/kWh) x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N N N N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx ($/kWh) x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N N N Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 34147-E Revised Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34013-E Sheet 8 SCHEDULE EECC ELECTRIC ENERGY COMMODITY COST RATES (Continued) Commodity Rates (Continued) ($/kWh) Advice Ltr. No. 0.17658 0.17601 0.17658 0.17601 0.17080 0.12025 0.12002 0.12025 0.12002 0.11729 0.09040 0.08999 0.09040 0.08999 0.08620 0.08023 0.07990 0.08023 0.07990 0.07661 0.06895 0.06872 0.06895 0.06872 0.06595 Decision No. ($/kWh) 0.03992 ($/kWh) 0.03881 (Continued) Issued by 3691-E 20-12-023 N N 0.33819 0.33770 0.33819 0.33770 0.33332 Schedule GIR Energy Charge Schedule VGI Energy Charge 8P5 N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx ($/kWh) Schedule EV-HP (Continued) Super Off-Peak: Winter Secondary Primary Schedule DG-R On-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Super Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission On-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary Substation Transmission Super Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Secondary Substation Primary SubstationR Transmission Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34148-E Original Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 30613-E Sheet 4 SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT Rates (Continued): Schedule EV-HP CPP Event Day Adder Secondary Primary. Capacity Reservation Charge Secondary Primary On-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary Super Off-Peak Energy: Summer Secondary Primary On-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary Super Off-Peak Energy: Winter Secondary Primary N ($/kWh) x.xxxxx x.xxxxx ($/kW) x.xx x.xx ($/kWh) x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N N N N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N x.xxxxx x.xxxxx N N N L Franchise Fee Differential A Franchise Fee Differential of 5.78% will be applied to the total bills calculated under this schedule for all customers residing within the corporate limits of the City of San Diego. Such Franchise Fee Differential shall be so indicated and added as a separate item to bills rendered to such customers. L (Continued) Issued by 4P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 34149-E Revised Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 32185-E Sheet 5 SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT L Time Periods (Note: For Grandfathered TOU Periods, See SC 22) All time periods listed are applicable to local time. The definition of time will be based upon the date service is rendered. CPP Event Days CPP Event Period 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Any day of the Week, Year-Round Non-CPP Event Days TOU Period – Weekdays Summer Winter On-Peak 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Off-Peak 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; 9:00 p.m. – midnight Super-Off-Peak Midnight – 6:00 a.m. TOU Period – Weekends and Holidays On-Peak 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Excluding 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.in March and April; 9:00 p.m. - midnight Midnight – 6:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in March and April Summer Winter 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. - midnight Midnight – 2:00 p.m. Super-Off-Peak 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.; 9:00 p.m. – midnight Off-Peak 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Midnight – 2:00 p.m. Seasons: Summer June 1 – October 31 Winter November 1 – May 31 For the periods during CPP Event Days, customers will pay the CPP Event Day Adder and the corresponding energy charges for the time period. (Continued) Issued by 5P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. L Feb 17, 2021
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34150-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 32186-E Sheet 6 SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT L SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. Definitions: The definitions of principle terms used in this schedule are found either herein or in Rule 1, Definitions. 2. Otherwise Applicable Rate: For the purposes contained herein, a customer’s Otherwise Applicable Rate (OAR) shall be the applicable commodity rates contained in Schedule EECC, as set forth under the UDC retail rate schedule the customer would receive service under absent the CPP-D rate. 3. Direct Access / Community Choice Aggregation: DA or CCA customers with the Appropriate Electric Metering, returning to bundled Utility service, shall default to CPP-D on the date that service commences under the Bundled Portfolio Service after the expiration of their six-month advance notice, as set forth in Rules 25.1 and 27, respectively. 4. Terms of Service: A customer receiving optional service under this Schedule may elect to change to another applicable rate schedule, but only after receiving service on this schedule for at least 12 consecutive months, except as specified in SC 9. If a customer elects to discontinue service on this Schedule, the customer will not be permitted to return to this Schedule for a period of one year. 5. Opt-Out Provisions: During their initial term of service, customers may elect to opt-out and receive service under their OAR. A customer may exercise this option upon receipt of their opt-out notification. In the event that a customer chooses to opt-out, the change shall become effective on the first regularly scheduled meter read date following the receipt of notice by the Utility. At the end of the first twelve months, customers may elect to opt-out and receive service under their OAR. Any subsequent opt-out notices shall become effective on the first regularly scheduled meter read date following receipt by the Utility. 6. CPP Anniversary Date: The CPP Anniversary Date shall be the meter reading date that occurs at the end of the customer’s twelve (12) month Term of Service. 7. Early Termination: An eligible customer may elect to return to DA or take service from a CCA during its Term of Service granted it has complied with all other applicable tariff requirements, including, but not limited to the terms and conditions set forth in Rules 25.1 and 27, respectively. 8. CPP Maximum Demand – The CPP Maximum Demand is the customer’s maximum CPP Event Period demand recorded during the most recent full summer billing period. If a customer does not have a full summer billing period, the customer’s CPP Maximum Demand will be established based on the maximum summer demand recorded during the available summer billing months. (Continued) Issued by 6P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 L
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34151-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 32187-E Sheet 7 SCHEDULE EECC-CPP-D ELECTRIC COMMODITY COST CRITICAL PEAK PRICING DEFAULT SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued) 9. Capacity Reservation: Customers shall be provided with the option to self-select and reserve a level of generation capacity, specified in kW, that would protect that portion of their load from the CPPD Event Day Adder applicable during a CPP Event. Customers electing to reserve capacity for multiple meters shall be required to submit a separate reservation level for each meter. All usage during a CPP Event that is protected under the customer’s capacity reservation will be billed the corresponding energy charges for the time period but not the CPP Event Day Adder. All usage during a CPP Event that is not protected under the customer’s capacity reservation will be billed at the CPP Event Day Adder and the corresponding energy charges for the time period. A customer electing to reserve capacity, even if the election is zero, must notify the Utility of its election by submitting a completed Capacity Reservation Election and Customer Contact Information form (Form 144-0811). The customer shall be responsible for paying a monthly Capacity Reservation Charge (CRC) for 12-months, as set forth in the Rates section, for each kW of reserved capacity. Customers electing to change their capacity reservation must continue to receive service on this Schedule for at least 12 consecutive months 10. Default Capacity Reservation Level: In the event a customer does not submit a completed CRC Election form, as set forth above, the customer’s level of reserved capacity shall be set at an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the customer’s CPP Maximum Summer Demand. If the customer has not established a CPP Maximum Demand, the Default Capacity Reservation Level will be set to zero (0). 11. Non-Coincident Demand Charge Waiver: As applicable, the maximum recorded demand during nonCPP Event hours on a CPP event day will not be considered for the purpose of determining and billing a non-coincident demand charge. If the recorded maximum demand occurs during CPP event hours on a CPP Event day, then it will be used to calculate the monthly non-coincident demand charge. 12. CPP Events and Triggers: A maximum of eighteen (18) CPP Events can be triggered on any day of the week, year round. CPP Events shall be effective from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. A CPP Event may be triggered if the day-ahead system load forecast for the potential event day is greater than 4,000 MW. Events may also be triggered in response to high forecasted temperatures, extreme conditions, and emergencies. Whenever the California Independent System Operator has issued an alert or warning notice, the California Independent System Operator shall be entitled to request that the utility, at its discretion, call a program event pursuant to this Schedule. Events may be triggered for testing/evaluation purposed. If two CPP events are cancelled, the two cancelled CPP Events will be credited as one (1) CPP event towards the maximum number CPP Events that can be called during the year. (Continued) Issued by 7P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 L L
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 34152-E Revised Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34138-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 34152, 34133, 31243, 33380, 34153, 33253-E 33254, 34154, 32346, 32352, 33383, 31804-E 31805, 31174, 33419, 31176, 34139-E 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, 34128, 33617-E 26553, 26554-E 21929, 23295-E 31213, 31214, 31215, 31216, 31631, 31632-E 22059, 34129-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 1P4 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 T T
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 34153-E Revised Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33608-E Sheet 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS SCHEDULE OF RATES SCHEDULE NUMBER SERVICE CAL. P.U.C. SHEET NO. DR Residential Rates Domestic Service ................................................... DR-TOU Domestic Time-of-Use Service .............................. TOU-DR Residential – Time of Use Service DR-SES E-CARE Domestic Households with a Solar Energy System California Alternate Rates for Energy ..................... 33097, 33098 33099, 33100, 33101, 33102-E 32662-E 33103, 33104 33105, 33106, 32891, 30415-E 33107, 33108, 33109, 33110, 1826-E 33111, 26571, 30425, 30426, 33112-E 26573, 33113, 33371, 26576, 31779, 26578-79E DM Multi-Family Service ............................................... 33114, 33115, 33116, 33117, 33118 24242-E DS DT Submetered Multi-Family Service .......................... Submetered Multi-Family Service Mobilehome Park DT-RV DE Submetered Service – Recreational Vehicle Parks and Residential Marinas Domestic Time-of-Use for Electric Vehicle Charging Domestic Time-of-Use for Households With Electric Vehicles Cost-Based Domestic Time-of-Use for Households with Electric Vehicles Domestic Service to Utility Employee..................... FERA Family Electric Rate Assistance……………….. ..... PEVSP Plug-In Electric Vehicle Submetering Pilot …… E-SMOP TOU-DR1 Electric Smart Meter Opt-Out Program ………… Residential Time-of-Use DR1 (Experimental) EV-TOU EV-TOU-2 EV-TOU-5 TOU-DR2 Residential Time-of-Use DR2 (Experimental) DAC-GT Disadvantage Communities Green Tariff………… CSGT Community Solar Green Tariff………………………… 33092, 33093, 33094, 33095, 33096, 24223-E 33119-22 32150, 33123, 32664, 31727, 24779-E 33124, 33125, 33126, 33127, 24455, 33128-E 24257, 24258, 24259-E 33129 33130, 33131, 33132, 24264, 33133-E 24789-E 33134, 33135, 24270, 24271, 33136-E 33137 33138, 24272, 24274, 24275, 33139-E 33140, 33141, 33142, 33143, 32667, 30455-E 20017-E 31780, 33372-E 25237, 26183, 26184, 26185, 26186-E 26151, 26152-E 32929, 33144-47, 31770, 33148-E 32933, 33149-51, 32751, 31774, 33152-E 32247, 32248, 32249, 32250-E 32251, 32252, 32253, 32254, 32255-E Commercial/Industrial Rates TOU-A General Service – Time of Use Serrvice………. TOU-A-2 Optional Cost-Based Service – Time of Use Service 32937, 33153, 30458, 30459, 30460, 33154-E 32940, 33155, 30464, 30465, 30466-E TOU-A-3 Optional 3-Period Time of Use Service A-TC Traffic Control Service............................................ 32942, 33156, 30499, 30500, 30501- 30504 33157, 24282, 24283-E TOU-M General Service - Small - Time Metered ................ 33158, 33159, 30487, 30488, 33160, 30490-E AL-TOU General Service - Time Metered ............................ 32948, 30491, 33161, 33162, 29353, 29354-E 29355, 29356, 29357, 30494, 33163, 33164, 32680-E AL-TOU-2 Optional Cost-Based Service – Time Metered A6-TOU General Service - Time Metered ............................ 33167, 33168, 25435, 20521, 29974, 30507, 33169, 32959-E DG-R Distributed Generation Renewable –Time Metered 32960, 30509, 31869, 33171, 21059, 21060, 29979, 30512, 30513, 31870, 33172-E OL-TOU EV-HP Outdoor Lighting – Time Metered …………… Electric Vehicle – High Power Rate 33173, 24302, 21448, 21449. 33174-E 34140, 34141, 34142, 34143, 34144, 34145-E 32953, 30498, 33165, 33166, 30501 – 30504, 32681-E 33170-E (Continued) Issued by 5P4 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 N
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Revised San Diego Gas & Electric Company San Diego, California 34154-E Revised Canceling Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No. 33833-E Sheet 8 TABLE OF CONTENTS COMMODITY RATES Schedule No. EECC CAL. P.U.C. SHEET NO. SERVICE Electric Energy Commodity Cost EECC-TOU-DR-P Electric Commodity Cost - Time of Use Plus EECC-TOU-A-P Electric Commodity Cost – Time of Use Plus EECC-TOU-PA-P Electric Commodity Cost – Time of Use Plus EECC-TBS EECC – Transitional Bundled Service EECC-CPP-D EECC Critical Peak Pricing Default… EECC-CPP-D-AG EECC, Critical Peak Pricing Default Agricultural 33213, 33214, 33215, 33216, 33217, 33218-E 34146, 34147, 33221, 33222, 33223, 33224-E 31412, 32176, 30588, 30589, 33225, 33226-E, 33227, 33228,33229, 33230, 33231, 32832-E 32832, 32833, 32834 33232, 29436, 25548, 26613, 32177, 32178-E 33233, 29940-E 30597, 33234, 33235, 30600, 26537, 32179-E 33236, 29446-E 33237, 33238, 32519, 30605, 30606, 32181-E 32520, 33239-E 22903, 22904, 32183, 19750-E 33240, 33241, 33242, 34148, 34149, 34150-E 34151, 32188, 32531, 33243, 33244, 32537-E 33245, 33246, 33247, 30625, 32190, 30627-E 29462, 30184, 33248, 33249, 30630-E CONTRACTS & DEVIATIONS 23877, 5488, 5489, 6205, 6206, 5492, 16311-E 22320, 5495, 6208, 6209, 8845, 6109, 5902-E 5750, 8808, 8809, 6011, 8001, 8891, 28761-E 28762, 28163-E RULES RULE SERVICE NO. Definitions……………………………………………… 1 CAL. P.U.C. SHEET NO. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Description of Service……………………………….. Applications for Service………………………………. Contracts………………………………………………. Special Information Available for Customers……… Establishment & Re-establishment of Credit………. Deposits……………………………………………….. Notices……………………………………………….. Rendering and Payment of Bills…………………….. Disputed Bills…………………………………………. Discontinuance of Service…………………………… 12 13 14 15 Rates and Optional Rates…………………………… Temporary Service…………………………………… Shortage of Elec Supply/Interruption Delivery……. Distribution Line Extensions…………………………. 20584, 20585, 32191, 32192, 20588, 27101, 22066, 18413-E 14584, 24475, 19394, 24671, 24476, 22068-E 15591-15600, 15601, 15602, 15603, 20415-E 15484, 15485-E 15488, 15489, 15490-E 31461, 31462-E 20223, 25228-E 33373, 20228-E 17405-E 25230, 29075, 20142, 33374-E 31463, 31464-E 33375, 33376, 31645, 31467, 31646, 31469, 31470, 31680-E 30248, 32049-E 23252-E 19757-E 4794-E 33802-33816-E 16 Service Extensions…………………………………… 33817-33831-E 17 18 Meter Reading………………………………………… Meter Tests and Adjustment of Bills………………… 26153, 24705-E 16585, 22130, 22131-E (Continued) Issued by 8P5 Advice Ltr. No. Decision No. 3691-E 20-12-023 Dan Skopec Vice President Regulatory Affairs Submitted Effective Resolution No. Feb 17, 2021 T T T
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