PG&E filed a supplemental advice letter yesterday in response to a request from the CPUC to address various parties’ protests of its advice letter. The supplemental advice letter addressed my concerns related to adjacent/contiguous parcels, allocation of generated kWh, and the effective date of the tariff. So earlier today, I sent the CPUC a letter of support for PG&E’s revised filing.
Parties have 5 days to protest the supplemental filing. If there are no protests, it should become effective on February 14, 2014.
Assuming the NEMA tariff becomes available in February, it will have been seven years since I first asked PG&E if my winery clients could aggregate their meters!
Happy Martin Luther King Day!