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2012 Legislative Session
AB 861 - Hill
Would require utility shareholders, not ratepayers, to pay for stock- and earnings- based compensations to utility executives and employees.
AB 1694 - Fuentes
Would authorize the CPUC to adopt a “risk-based inspection schedule” for inspecting mobile home park natural gas and propane distribution systems.
AB 1703 - Hill
Would require investor-owned utilities to report to the CPUC on the outcome of civil actions brought against them regarding safety issues that could jeopardize the lives or health of Californians.
AB 1755 - Perea
Would authorize the CPUC to establish a fixed customer charge for all residential investor-owned energy customers, as specified.
for AB 1755 as amended
AB 1990 - Fong
Would require the CPUC to direct investor-owned utilities to procure 375 megawatts of electrical generating capacity from small distributed generation projects in disadvantaged communities, as specified.
AB 2135 - Blumenfield
Would authorize the California Building Standards Commission, as specified, to adopt building standards for solar distributed generation technology on residential and commercial property.
AB 2235 - Hagman
Would allow a property owner to seek compensation for any substantial reduction in the value of their property resulting from the building, expansion, or operation of a plant, line, pipeline, or other facility by a public utility.
AB 2249 - Buchanan
Would expand the eligibility of California Solar Initiative's (CSI) Thermal Program to include multifamily residential, governmental, educational, and nonprofit solar pool heating systems, but not include single-family residential solar pool heating systems.
AB 2340 - Williams
Would require the CPUC to develop rules, as specified, for the reimbursement of distribution grid upgrade costs to developers of wholesale distributed generation facilities.
AB 2390 - Chesbro
Would direct $20 million of annual ratepayer funding via the Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) toward a biomass incentive program.
SB 843 - Wolk
Would create a new state-wide renewable distribution generation program. It would allow householders that are ill-suited for renewable DG installations to contribute toward California's distributed generation goals.
SB 998 - De Leon
Would establish on-bill repayment programs intended to increase access to clean energy improvements, create incentives for private investors to invest in these improvements and stimulate the State economy by creating jobs.
SB 1122 - Rubio
Would create a 250 megawatt procurement mandate for electrical generating capacity using bioenergy sources.
SB 1207 - Fuller
Would focus on ensuring the California Alternate Rates for Energy discount program benefits apply to only those customers who meet the program eligibility requirements.
SB 1207 - Fuller (Revised)
Would clarify CARE eligibility requirements and provide energy efficiency assistance to low-income customers with high energy usage.
SB 1350 - Leno
Would authorize the CPUC to use safety-related fines or penalties collected from investor-owned gas corporation to offset the costs associated with implementing gas safety measures, as specified.
AB 1830 - Perez
Would require mobile home parks that provide water service to reimburse current and former tenants for unreasonable rates charged for inadequate service provided, as specified.
AB 1830 - Perez (Revised)
Would require mobile home parks (MHP) that provide water service to reimburse current and former tenants when the CPUC finds water service quality and rates charged are unreasonable.
AB 2334 - Fong
Would require the Department of Water Resources to augment its California Water Plan with information on the lack of affordability of drinking water and wastewater services.
SB 1364 - Huff
Would require investor-owned water utilities to be subject to many of the same requirements as other industry utilities regulated by the CPUC, as specified.
SB 379 - Fuller
Would expand the California High-Cost Fund-A (CHCF-A) program to include high-quality communications services, such as broadband and other non-regulated services.
SB 1161 - Padilla
Would prohibit the CPUC from regulating Voice Over Internet Protocol and Internet Protocol enabled service providers except as specified.
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