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CRITICAL - ONLY "Renewables" ALLOWED - Renewables NOT Reliable - MICRO GRIDS will FAIL

MORE DETAILS in our Next Videos. Please UNDERSTAND this 'IS NOT' an ONLY California scheme - these plans are for YOU, wherever YOU are, worldwide . . .

The Paris Climate Agreements based on climate change and the emergency actions now swiftly implemented, requiring our reduction of green house gas emissions, are Massive Deceptions leading to Worldwide Disruption.

Climate change is weather weapons disguised as natural events causing severe weather assaults upon all of us. Random Excerpts Below.

- Presentation and Discussion on PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs, Lack of Grid Reliability, Lack of Grid Safety, and Potential Actions by (SCP) Sonoma Clean Power in Response Date:

November 13, 2019 SCP Community Advisory Committee Meeting - Dec. 18, 2019 Page 27 CALeVIP The CALeVIP contract has been executed between SCPA and CSE. Staff is actively engaged with CSE, CEC, and the partnership to finalize program and incentive design as well as working with CSE to develop the marketing, outreach, and educational plan in early 2020.

Staff encourages property owners and those interested in charging stations to send an email to for more information on the program. Page 42 REGULATORY REPORT PG&E Energy Resource Recovery Account (ERRA) PG&E submitted an initial Application for approval of 2020 ERRA revenue requirements in June.

This Application proposes to raise the PCIA charged to departing customers significantly (SCP’s 2014 vintage residential customers would pay 60% more in PCIA than they do today). SCP and a coalition of Northern California CCAs are heavily engaged in this proceeding and have retained external consultants who can review PG&E’s confidential work papers to assist us in our defense.

We have already identified significant errors, including a $220 million credit owed to CCA customers that PG&E conceded they inadvertently reduced to $220k. Page 44 SCP and other Northern California CCAs continue to unpack a range of PG&E’s inputs and calculations. The assigned Administrative Law Judge granted us an extension of 2 weeks to continue issuing data requests to PG&E to validate these figures. Our final comments on PG&E’s proposed rates were submitted December 6th.

Next, the Commission will issue a Proposed Decision to adopt new rates which could be approved as early as January of 2020. This would likely result in PG&E implementing new rates on March 1st, 2020. Micro Grids Rulemaking On December 12th (2018) the CPUC hosted a workshop to evaluate the potential of microgrids to meet local resiliency and climate needs.

This follows the passage of SB 1339, which requires the CPUC to facilitate the commercialization of microgrids for distribution customers of large electrical corporations. Different SCP Meeting Excerpts Page 52 and 53 Advanced Energy Rebuild (AER) Update: In late 2017, local architects, fire survivors, environmental activists and politicians approached SCP staff to ask for financial assistance to help rebuild low carbon, sustainable homes.

Based on those conversations, SCP engaged the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), and PG&E to develop the Advanced Energy Rebuild Program for victims of the October 2017 fires. As currently structured, the AER program offers two incentive levels--$7,500 for homeowners rebuilding with natural gas or propane and $12,500 for homeowners rebuilding all-electric homes.

The program also offers a $5,000 bonus incentive for any homeowners that install solar panels plus battery storage. Proposed Advanced Energy Build Program: With PG&E committing to fund Sonoma and Mendocino county projects at the same level that they are funding their remaining jurisdictions, SCP has the opportunity to re-allocate our portion of funds that were previously earmarked for Advanced Energy

Rebuild incentives to expand this program model to our larger service territory. More broadly, with California’s goal of having all new residential construction be zero net energy (ZNE) by 2020, there is a strong need for supporting residents in meeting these objectives. At the same time, the overproduction of solar in the middle of the day means that energy storage will need to play a larger role.

Moreover, as residents prepare for potential power shutdowns, this program will encourage them to build resilient homes that use clean battery power rather than air-polluting generators. California has also set a goal of five million zero energy vehicles and 250,000 charging stations by 2030. The home-based charging stations encouraged by Advanced Energy Build will help meet these goals.

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•Dec 24, 2019


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