Here are links to CPUC energy efficiency decisions and proposed decisions that may be of interest to you.
On July 13, ALF Julie Fitch ruled on the IOUs’ 2013-14 energy efficiency programs applications that:
1. Applications (A.) 12-07-001, A.12-07-002, A.12-07-003, and A.12-07-004 are consolidated. Whenever A.12-07-001 et al. appears, it shall refer to all four proceedings.
2. The due date for responses or protests to Applications (A.) 12-07-001 et al. is August 3, 2012, to be filed in A.12-07-001 et al. and served on the service lists for A.12-07-001 et al. and Rulemaking 09-11-014. Replies are due no later than August 13, 2012 and must be filed and served on parties to A.12-07-001 et al.
3. The due date for responses to motions due July 16, 2012 proposing Regional Energy Network or community choice aggregator programs is August 3, 2012, to be filed in Applications (A.) 12-07-001 et al. and served on the service list for A.12-07-001 et al. and Rulemaking 09-11-014. Replies are due no later than August 13, 2012 and must be filed and served on parties to A.12-07-001 et al.
4. A prehearing conference on the consolidated Applications 12-07-001 et al. will be held on August 16, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commission Auditorium, State Office Building, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California 94102.
Proposed CPUC Decision on 2013-14 energy efficiency program transition, released March 20, 2012.
CPUC Decision seeking guidance on 2013-14 energy efficiency savings goals.
CPUC Decision on December 15, 2011 to continue funding for electric energy efficiency programs absent legislative approval for utilities to collect public goods charge.
CPUC Decision on 2010-12 Public Goods Charge Energy Efficiency Programs
CPUC Rulemaking seeking guidance on 2013-14 PGC EE programs
CPUC Decision to pay for Gas Energy Efficiency Programs, due to Legislature appropriating Gas funds to balance State budget
CPUC Rulemaking addressing funding and program issues related to the
renewables and RD&D portions of the expiring system benefits or public goods
In 2008, the California Public Utilities Commission adopted the California Long-term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan, presenting a single roadmap to achieve maximum energy savings across all major groups and sectors in California. This comprehensive Plan for 2009 to 2020 is the state’s first integrated framework of goals and strategies for saving energy, covering government, utility, and private sector actions, and holds energy efficiency to its role as the highest priority resource in meeting California’s energy needs.