• 2009 Legislative Session

    • AB 51 (Blakeslee)
      Requires the investor-owned utilities that run California’s over $2 billion Energy Efficiency programs to spend a minimum of 90% of program funds on implementation, not on “administrative, marketing, and outreach.”
    • AB 64 (Krekorian)
      Accelerates the Renewable Portfolio Standard to 33% by 2020
    • AB 1316 (Ma)
      Expands the responsibilities of the Low-Income Oversight Board.
    • AB 413 (Fuentes)
      Modifies the residential rate protections established by AB 1X (Keeley and Migden, Statutes of 2001) during the energy crisis.
    • SB 14 (Simitian)
      Accelerates the Renewable Portfolio Standard to 33% by 2020
    • SB 695 (Kehoe)
      Modifies the residential rate protections established by AB 1X (Keeley and Migden, Statutes of 2001) during the energy crisis.
    • SB 805 (Wright)
      Accelerates the Renewable Portfolio Standard to 33% by 2020.
    • SB 806 (Wiggins)
      Establishes specified guidelines if the CPUC awards incentive payments to the investor-owned electric and gas utilities for running California’s over $2 billion Energy Efficiency Programs, and limits the IOU’s “administrative costs” for implementing the EE Programs to not more than 5% of expended funds.