|ADVICE LETTER COMPLYING WITH RESOLUTION E-4519||Proposed Amendments to the Self-Generation Incentive Program Handbook to Conform to Resolution E-4519. Changes to the RTE for AES technologies and elimination of certain data formatting requirements for PDP providers||ADVICE LETTER 4410-G|
|DECISION ADOPTING ERP TECHNOLOGIES INTO SGIP||Orders that all technologies previously eligible for the Emerging Renewables Program should be immediately eligible for the SGIP. Determines that consolidating the ERP and SGIP programs now is preferable to perpetuating two competing programs that serve the same types of technologies and policy purposes||ADVICE LETTER No. 4738|
ADVICE LETTER No. 3253-G/3940 –E
Proposed Revisions to the Self-Generation Incentive Program Handbook to Implement Decision (D.) 11-09-015: Implementation of the Hybrid-Performance-Based Incentive Payment Structure; Metering and Monitoring Protocols; Other Amendments.
|ADVICE LETTER No. 3253-G/3940 –E|
ADVICE LETTER No 3253-G-A/3940–E-A
Supplemental Filing: Proposed Revisions to the Self-Generation Incentive Program Handbook to Implement Decision (D.) 11-09-015: Implementation of the Hybrid-Performance-Based Incentive Payment Structure; Metering and Monitoring Protocols; Other Amendments
|ADVICE LETTER No 3253-G-A/3940–E-A|
|Opinion Adopting Self Generation Incentive Program 2011 modifications to improve program outcomes and facilitate program implementation||CPUC D.11-09-015 modifies the eligibility criteria for participation in the program, incentive amounts and payment structures for eligible technologies, metering and warranty requirements, and budget.||2011 Decision (Download Adobe PDF, 265 KB)|
|Opinion Adopting Self Generation Incentive Program Budget for 2008||This opinion adopts a budget of $83 million, of which $8 million is allocated to SoCalGas. In addition, it extends the program to 2012. Furthermore, it limits technogoies to fuel cells and wind turbines.||2008 Decision (Download Adobe PDF, 80 KB)|
|Opinion adopting performance-based incentives, an administrative structure, and other Phase One program elements for the California Solar Initiative||CPUC Draft Decision R.06-03-004 establishing adopts an administrative structure, performance-based incentive structure and other program design features of the CSI beginning January 1, 2007.
||CPUC Draft Decision -- Download Adobe PDF, 933 KB|
|Opinion Modifying Decision 06-01-024 to Increase System Size Eligibility||CPUC Final Decision 06-07-028 increasing the system size eligibility for Level One Solar PV projects from 100% of peak to 100% of annual historical usage.
|Interim Opinion Addressing Eligibility of Renewable Fuel Micro-Turbines for Self-Generation Incentives and addressing Captsone's Petition for Modification
||Decision 02-09-051 adds technology Level 3-R, which establishes a new level of incentives. Contains specific requirements for projects using renewable fuels for Level 3-R.
||Interim Opinion -- Download Adobe PDF, 413 KB|
|CPUC Interim Opinion: Addressing SCAQMD's Petitions for Modification of Decision 01-03-073||CPUC Decision 02-04-004 clarified an applicant's ability to receive incentive funding from multiple sources.||Interim Opinion on SCAQMD Petition -- Download Adobe PDF,
|CPUC Energy Branch Letter establishing Reliability Standards||CPUC Energy Branch Letter establishing reliability criteria requirements for Level 3 technology applications received after January 1, 2002.||Reliability Standards -- Download Adobe PDF,
|CPUC Interim Opinion: Addressing Petitions for Modification of Decision 01-03-073 Regarding Self-Generation Incentives||CPUC Decision 02-02-26 approved on February 7, 2002. Affects eligibility of customers in electric municipalities, maximum system size, and annual program budgets.||Download Adobe PDF,
|CPUC Interim Opinion: Waste Heat Recovery and Reliability Standards for Section 399.15(b) Distributed Generation Initiatives||CPUC Decision 01-06-035 establishing waste heat recovery standards for the Self-Generation Incentive Program. Requires CPUC Energy Branch to develop reliability criteria.||Download Adobe,
|CPUC Interim Opinion: Implementation of Public Utilities Code Section 399.15(b), Paragraph 4-7; Load Control and Distributed Generation Initiatives||CPUC Decision 01-03-073 complying with Assembly Bill 970 and establishing the Self-Generation Incentive Program||Download Adobe PDF,
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