What is a CPUC decision?
General Proceeding The CPUC will seek a decision about the project that strikes a balance among power production, land use, and environmental stewardship. A CPUC Commissioner and Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) are in charge of the general proceeding, which may occur while the environmental review is underway.
What does the CPUC regulate?
The CPUC regulates investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities. The CPUC ensures the reliability and safety of electric and natural gas systems, and works to advance renewable energy and climate goals.
Who appoints the CPUC?
Learn about the Governor appointed Commissioners serving on the CPUC. The Governor appoints the five Commissioners, who must be confirmed by the Senate, for six year staggered terms. The Governor appoints one of the five to serve as Commission President.
How do I comment with CPUC?
You can submit comments in several ways.
- SUBMIT A COMMENT ONLINE: You can search and find specific proceedings to comment on at www.cpuc.ca.gov/docket.
- MAIL YOUR COMMENT TO: CPUC Public Advisor, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102.
What is an advice letter CPUC?
An Advice Letter is a document submitted to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) requesting review of SCE’s request to change its tariffs in a manner previously authorized by statute or CPUC order, to conform the tariffs to the requirements of a statute or CPUC order, to request CPUC authorization to …
Who is on the CPUC?
Alice Busching Reynolds was appointed to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) as President by Governor Gavin Newsom on Nov. 22, 2021, effective Dec. 31, 2021. Prior to her appointment, President Reynolds served for three years as Governor Gavin Newsom’s senior advisor for energy.
Who is Alice Reynolds?
How do I contact the CPUC’s public advisor?
If specialized accommodations are needed to attend, such as non-English or sign language interpreters, please contact the CPUC’s Public Advisor’s Office at [email protected] or toll-free at 866-849-8390 at least five days in advance of the meeting or event. Voting Meeting Results Access Each Version of the Agenda
What happens at a CPUC voting meeting?
The CPUC holds regularly scheduled public meetings where at least three of the five commissioners (a quorum) meet to discuss and vote on proposed policies, rules and other issues. The CPUC’s Voting Meetings through March 2022 are accessible remotely only:
How do I provide comments to the CPUC?
The CPUC welcomes your written comments. Please see our Docket Card for the proceeding in which you are interested in providing comment. If you experience difficulty calling into the Public Comment line, please send an email to [email protected] or call (415) 703-1496.
How can I get help from the CPUC?
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