Regulatory Action and Filings

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.

CPUC: Energy storage best practices

Reason for submission: Comments on the California Public Utilities Commission’s energy storage program, offering input on procurement best practices

CPUC: SCE & Demand Response

Reason for submission: Reply to Southern California Edison’s response to the Clean Coalition’s intervenor compensation claim

CPUC: Joint Utility Motions

Reason for submission: Comments on Joint Utility Motions, with the Clean Coalition’s alternate proposal

NY PSC: Microgrids

Reason for Submission: Comments on Microgrids

CPUC: NEM 2.0

Reason for Submission: Comments on Draft Version of Public Tool

CPUC: NEM 2.0

Reason for Submission: Reply Comments on policy issues