We influence energy regulation on the national and state levels by providing decision makers with information, analysis, and proven solutions. To advance forward-looking energy policies, the Clean Coalition is in the trenches shaping regulatory processes that result in decisions that can make or break our nation’s clean energy future.
Below is a list of filings and related documents that the Clean Coalition has officially submitted.
Reason for submission: Response urging the CPUC to act quickly to prevent the unlawful participation of fossil-fueled generation resources in the utility regulatory incentive pilot
Reason for submission: Reply comments urging more automated interconnection processes for inclusion in DER demo projects
Reason for submission: Comments emphasizing that California’s transmission needs to meet Renewable Portfolio Standards and greenhouse gas targets will require consideration in the growth of distributed generation resources
Reason for submission: Comments on CAISO’s Stakeholder Initiative Roadmap, noting that the start date for the Review Transmission Access Charges Structure stakeholder has been moved to January 2017 in order to begin analysis of the issue
Reason for submission: Reply comments recommending expansion tools for distributed energy resources and alternative utility business models
Reason for submission: Comments recommending expansion tools for distributed energy resources and alternative utility business models
Reason for submission: Comments at CAISO’s Stakeholder Initiatives Catalog forum, including TAC recommendations
Reason for submission: Comments on CAISO’s 2017 initiatives and the TAC wholesale billing determinant
Reason for submission: Comments recommending that the CPUC dedicate further attention to the evolving utility business environment, appropriate business models to align incentives with ratepayer interest, and other public policy goals
Reason for submission: Response recommending that the Integrated Resource Planning procurement directives incorporate and support established procurement directives from other proceedings into the development of any preferred resources portfolio