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CPUC Climate Change Proceeding. California Air Resources Board (ARB) must develop a state-wide scoping plan by January 1, 2009 to achieve AB 32 goals.

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cpuc climate change proceeding
CPUC Climate Change Proceeding
  • California Air Resources Board (ARB) must develop a state-wide scoping plan by January 1, 2009 to achieve AB 32 goals.
  • CPUC and CEC developed and adopted joint recommendations to the ARB for GHG emissions reductions from the electricity and natural gas sectors in California.
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CPUC Climate Change Proceeding

Recommendations for ARB Actions:

  • Primary tools for emissions reductions from the electricity sector are existing regulatory programs and mandates:
    • Set energy efficiency requirements at the level of all cost-effective energy efficiency in the State;
    • Require POUs to deliver at least 20 percent renewable electricity to their customers by 2017;
    • Seek legislation that requires electricity retail providers to deliver more than 20% of their power from renewable sources;
  • For additional electricity sector emissions reductions necessary to achieve AB 32 goals, impose a multi‑sector cap-and-trade system.
  • For the natural gas sector, rely on efficiency programs now and consider cap and trade at a later time.
  • Most GHG allowances should be auctioned, not allocated, with proceeds going to programs to benefit rate-payers.
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CPUC Staff Proposal: CSI for Affordable Multi-Family Housing

Two-Track Program

  • Fixed Incentives: $75.3M provides up-front $3-4/watt rebates for solar systems that meet CSI requirements – One-time payment to qualifying projects based on expected performance covering up to 85% of the system costs.
  • Grants: $20M provides qualifying housing buildings the opportunity to apply for a higher incentive, up to 100% of total system costs not covered by tax credits or other incentives, if they can prove direct tenant benefit.