Docket Log

Docket: 16-OIR-02
Project Title: SB 350 Barriers Report
Generated On: 2/25/2024 4:37:17 AM

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2165893/16/2017 Memo to Close Docket

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-112/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (English)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-1 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-212/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Spanish)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-2 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-312/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Chinese)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-3 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-412/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Vietnamese)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-4 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-512/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Korean)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-5 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-612/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Hmong)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-6 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
215127-712/29/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Tagalog)
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 212688-7 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21489612/19/2016 Resolution No: 16-1214-08
Resolution adopting the Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A
2 page(s)
  California Energy Commission
21489212/19/2016 Presentation - SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study Business Meeting - 12-14-16
SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study presentation provided at the December 14, 2016 Business Meeting (Agenda Item # 8)
13 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21483012/16/2016 SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A - Commission Final Report
Commission Final Report for the SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A: Overcoming Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Renewables for Low-Income Customers and Small Business Contracting Opportunities in Disadvantaged Communities. This report was adopted by the Energy Commission at the December 14, 2016 Business Meeting.
150 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21478212/13/2016 Proposed Errata - SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A
Proposed Errata to the SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A with final changes to be considered along with TN214605 at the December 14, 2016 Energy Commission Business Meeting
10 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21471712/8/2016 Clean Energy Works Comments: On Revised Draft of the SB350 Barriers Study

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitClean Energy Works/Holmes Hummel
21471512/8/2016 California Municipal Utilities Association Comments: on Low-Income Barriers Study

SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Municipal Utilities Association
21471412/8/2016 Rising Sun Energy Center Comments: On Revised SB 350 Barriers Report

SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRising Sun Energy Center
21471112/8/2016 APEN and CEJA SB 350 Barriers Study Revised Staff Draft Report Comments

4 page(s)
 CEC/CommissionersAsian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and California Environmental Justice Alliance (CEJA)
21470812/8/2016 SolarCity Comments - Revised Staff Draft SB 350 Low Income Barriers Study

SB 350 Public Comments
  Solar City
21470712/8/2016 GREEN-EEFA Coalition comments, including CHPC, NRDC and Greenlining Institute

SB 350 Public Comments
  GREEN-EEFA Coalition
21470612/8/2016 Joint Comments on SB 350 Barriers Report (Part A) 20161208
  Blue Green Alliance and Others
21470512/8/2016 SCE Comments on SB 350 Recommendations

SB 350 Public Comments
4 page(s)
  Southern California Edison
21470312/8/2016 CRPE Comments: Environmental Justice Support for Adopting Barrier's Study and Directing Programs to Disadvantaged Communties

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCenter on Race, Poverty & the Environment
21470212/8/2016 California Solar Energy Industries Association Comments on the Revised Staff Draft Report for SB 350 Barriers Study, Part A

SB 350 Public Comments
5 page(s)
 CEC/CommissionersCalifornia Solar Energy Industries Association
21460612/1/2016 Notice of Proposed Adoption - SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study
Notice to Consider Adoption of Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A: Overcoming Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Renewables for Low-Income Customers and Small Business Contracting Opportunities in Disadvantaged Communities - December 14, 2016 - 10:00 a.m.
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21460512/1/2016 Revised Staff Report - SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A
Revised Staff Draft Report - Low-Income Barriers Study, Part A: Overcoming Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Renewables for Low-Income Customers and Small Business Contracting Opportunities in Disadvantaged Communities
157 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21429610/31/2016 *FINAL* Rising Sun Energy Center Comments: SB 350 Staff Draft Barriers Study Recommendations
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 214247 ***
SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRising Sun Energy Center
21425410/28/2016 Comments of the GREEN-EEFA Coalition
Comments from the California Housing Partnership, the Natural Resources Defense Council, Association for Energy Affordability, Greenlining Institute and Build It Green
SB 350 Public Comments
17 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitGreen-Energy Efficiency for All Coalition
21425210/28/2016 San Diego Gas & Electric and Souther California Gas Company Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Recommendations Comments

SB 350 Public Comments
7 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSoCalGas and SDGE
21424810/28/2016 California Municipal Utilities Association Comments: On SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Recommendations

SB 350 Public Comments
7 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Municipal Utilities Association
21424710/28/2016 Rising Sun Energy Center Comments: SB 350 Staff Draft Barriers Study Recommendations - Rising Sun Comments
SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRising Sun Energy Center/Julia Hatton
21424610/28/2016 Greenlining Institute Comments on CEC SB 350 Barriers Study Recommendations

SB 350 Public Comments
8 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitGreenlining Institute/Stephanie Chen
21424410/28/2016 Comment on Draft Recommendations for SB350 Barriers Study
Comment on Draft Recommendations for SB350 Barriers Study prepared by Clean Energy Works
23 page(s)
 Clean Energy Works/Dr. Holmes Hummel and CEC/Docket UnitClean Energy Works
21424310/28/2016 Southern California Edision Comments: CEC Draft Recommendations on DER Barriers

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSouthern California Edision
21424210/28/2016 Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability Comment Letter

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitLeadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
21424110/28/2016 APEN and CEJA's comments

7 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAPEN and CEJA
21423910/28/2016 Joint Comments on SB 350 Barriers Recommendations 20161028
Comments from: BlueGreen Alliance, California Statewide LMCC, Strategic Concepts in Organizing & Policy Education, Sierra Club California, California State Pipe Trades Council, San Mateo County Union Community Alliance, Sheet Metal Workers Local 104
4 page(s)
 CEC/Alana MathewsRoss Nakasone
21423810/28/2016 Comments of the California Solar Energy Industries Association on the Staff Draft Recommendations for SB 350 Barriers Study

SB 350 Public Comments
6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Solar Energy Industries Association/Kelly Knutsen
21423710/28/2016 Comments of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District on SB 350 Barriers Report Draft Recommendations

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSMUD/Lourdes Jimenez-Price
21423410/28/2016 Pacific Gas & Electric Comments on SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Recommendations

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitPacific Gas & Electric
21423310/28/2016 Vote Solar Comments on Staff Draft Barriers Study Recommendations

SB 350 Public Comments
6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitVote Solar/Susannah Churchill
21423110/28/2016 Association of California Community and Energy Services Public Comment on SB 350 Draft Recommendations

SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAssociation of California Community and Energy Services
21422410/28/2016 Enervee comments on Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Staff Recommendations

Efficiency, SB 350 Public Comments
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitEnervee/Anne Arquit Niederberger
21421710/28/2016 Comments of Environmental Defense Fund on SB 350 Low Income Barriers Staff Draft Recommendations

Efficiency, Greenhouse Gases, Renewable Energy
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitEnvironmental Defense Fund
21421510/27/2016 Brightline Defense Project Comments on Staff Draft Recommendations

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBrightline Defense/Ivan Jimenez
21413410/21/2016 SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Recommendations
Staff Draft Recommendations for the Energy Commission's SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study. These draft recommendations supplement the information included in the 2016 Energy Commission report "A Study of Barriers and Solutions to Energy Efficiency, Renewables and Contracting Opportunities Among Low-Income Customers and Disadvantaged Communities (Staff Draft)."
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
21413310/21/2016 Notice and Request for Comments - SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Recommendations
Notice of Availability and Request for Comments on the Energy Commission's SB 350 Low-Income Barriers Study Draft Recommendations
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2138669/30/2016 Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

127 page(s)
  California Energy Commission
2138639/30/2016 Edward Lee Moreno Comments: Docket Number 16-OIR-02

4 page(s)
  Sierra Club California
2138559/29/2016 Brightline Defense Project Comments: On SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Report

11 page(s)
  Brightline Defense Project
2138539/29/2016 BlueGreen Alliance Comments: Job Quality and Access Comments to the SB 350 Barriers Report Draft

3 page(s)
 CEC/Alana MathewsBlueGreen Alliance
2138529/29/2016 SolarCity Comments - Draft SB 350 Barriers Study

SB 350 Public Comments
5 page(s)
  SolarCity
2138519/29/2016 Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability - Comments on SB 350 Draft Barrier Study

5 page(s)
  Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability
2138509/29/2016 CA IBEW NECA LMCC comments on draft SB 350 Barriers Report

SB 350 Public Comments
6 page(s)
  LMCC
2138489/29/2016 Renew Financial’s Comments: Innovative Financing Pilot

Efficiency, Soil and Water, Greenhouse Gases, Renewable Energy
38 page(s)
  Renew Financial
2138479/29/2016 SB350 Barriers Study: The Need to Focus on Job Quality and Access

2 page(s)
  UC Berkeley Labor Center
2138459/29/2016 Comments of Environmental Defense Fund on Study of Barriers and Solutions to Energy Efficiency, Renewables and Contracting Oppor

7 page(s)
  Environmental Defense Fund
2138449/29/2016 Pacific Gas & Electric Comments on the draft SB 350 Barriers Study
This document supersedes TN 213838.
12 page(s)
  Pacific Gas & Electric
2138439/29/2016 Comments of the GREEN-Energy Efficiency for All Coalition, including NRDC, CHPC, AEA, Greenlining Institute, and Build It Gree

SB 350 Public Comments
23 page(s)
  GREEN-Energy Efficiency for All Coalition
2138429/29/2016 Johns Manville & Nest Comments on Draft SB 350 Report

Efficiency, Greenhouse Gases, SB 350 Public Comments
7 page(s)
  Johns Manville & Nest
2138419/29/2016 Comments on Draft Report for SB350 Barriers Study

12 page(s)
  Clean Energy Works
2138399/29/2016 Greenlining Institute Comments - SB 350 Barriers Study

SB 350 Public Comments
  Greenlining Institute
2138389/29/2016 Pacific Gas & Electric Comments on the Draft SB 350 Barriers Study
This document is superseded by TN 213844.
12 page(s)
  Pacific Gas & Electric
2138379/29/2016 APEN and CEJA Comment Letter on SB 350 Draft Barriers Study
  The Asian Pacific Environmental Network
2138369/29/2016 Southern California Edison Comments on SB 350 Barriers Draft Report

SB 350 Public Comments
4 page(s)
  Southern California Edison
2138359/29/2016 Sierra CAMP Comment Letter on SB 350 Barriers Study

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSierra Camp
2138319/29/2016 California Association of Realtors Comments: On SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Report

2 page(s)
 CEC/Robert OglesbyCalifornia Association of Realtors
2138309/29/2016 Vote Solar's Comments on the Draft SB 350 Barriers Report

SB 350 Public Comments
9 page(s)
 CEC/CommissionersVote Solar/Melanie Santiago-Mosier
2138299/28/2016 Center for Sustainable Energy Comments on 350 Barriers & Solutions Report

SB 350 Public Comments
9 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCenter for Sustainable Energy/Stephanie Wang
2138269/28/2016 IREC Comments re Draft Staff Report
  the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc.
2138229/28/2016 Comments to CEC's SB 350 Barriers Study Report

SB 350 Public Comments
  El Dorado County Water Agency (EDCWA)
2138199/28/2016 Marti Frank Comments: The Shift Model - a new program design for efficient products

Efficiency, Socioeconomics, SB 350 Public Comments
4 page(s)
  Marti Frank
2138179/27/2016 BayREN Comments to SB 350 Draft Market Barriers Report

SB 350 Public Comments
8 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBayREN
2137619/22/2016 Enervee Comments on Low-Income Barriers Study

Efficiency, SB 350 Public Comments
6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitEnervee/Anne Arquit Niederberger
2136989/16/2016 Rising Sun Energy Center Comments: SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Report

SB 350 Public Comments
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRising Sun Energy Center/Julia Hatton
2136489/14/2016 Staff Presentation - SB 350 Low Income Barriers Study Draft Report Workshop
Energy Commission Staff Presentation from the September 13, 2016 SB 350 Low Income Barriers Study Draft Report Workshop
38 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2136369/14/2016 Robert Castaneda Comments: Interagency collaboration

SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop, SB 350 Public Comments
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRobert Castaneda
2136159/12/2016 Rick Brown, PhD Comments: Reach Through Schools

SB 350 Public Comments
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRick Brown, PhD
2135999/9/2016 SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Report
Draft Report - A Study of Barriers and Solutions to Energy Efficiency, Renewables and Contracting Opportunities Among Low-Income Customer and Disadvantaged Communities
142 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2135619/9/2016 Schedule for SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Workshop on September 13, 2016
*** This document supersedes TN 213557 *** Schedule for September 13, 2016 Workshop for Draft Report on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2135579/9/2016 Schedule for SB 350 Barriers Study Draft Workshop on September 13, 2016
*** This document is replaced by TN 213561 *** Schedule for September 13, 2016 Workshop for Draft Report on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2135159/7/2016 SB 350 Barriers Report Draft Workshop Notice 09/13/16 (Chinese Version)
Notice of September 13, 2016 Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Chinese Translation)
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2135089/6/2016 SB 350 Barriers Report Draft Workshop Notice 09/13/16 (Spanish Version)
Notice of September 13, 2016 Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Spanish Translation)
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2134719/1/2016 Barriers Workshop Notice 09/13/16

5 page(s)
  California Energy Commission
2130248/30/2016 Transcript of 08/12/16 Workshop
Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
314 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2129638/26/2016 Johns Manville and Nest Comments: On August 12, 2016 Workshop

6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitJohns Manville and Nest
2129598/25/2016 Sekita Grant Comments: 350 Recommendations for Jobs, Workforce Training, and Small Business Opportunities

SB 350 Public Comments
25 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSekita Grant
2129588/25/2016 Clean Energy Works Comments: On SB350 Barriers Study

12 page(s)
 CEC/Docket Unit Clean Energy Works/Holmes Hummel
2129568/25/2016 Comments on 350 Barriers Report
Comments from The Natural Resources Defense Council, California Housing Partnership, Association for Energy Affordability and Greenlining Institute
SB 350 Public Comments
12 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitThe Natural Resources Defense Council, California Housing Partnership, Assoc. for Energy Affordability & Greenlining Institute
2129558/25/2016 Ross Nakasone Comments: Comments on SB 350 Barriers Report Workshops - 16-OIR-02

3 page(s)
 CEC/Alana MathewsRoss Nakasone
2129548/25/2016 MCE Clean Energy Comments: On Workshop to Identify Barriers to Access to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

Efficiency, Renewable Energy
6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitMCE Clean Energy/Michael Callahan-Dudley
2129528/25/2016 Johns Manville - Nest Labs, Inc. Comments: Comments of Johns Manville and Nest on SB 350 Barriers Workshop; 8-12-2016
  Nest Labs, Inc.
2129498/25/2016 IREC's Comments on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Letter re Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc.’s Comments on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy – Docket 16-OIR-02
SB 350 Public Comments
95 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitShute, Mihaly & Weinberger
2129358/24/2016 Kent Kernahan Comments: Enabling Sustainable Energy for Low Income Households: Economic Sustainability

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitKent Kernahan
2129348/24/2016 BayREN Comments - SB 350 Barriers Study and Inclusive Financing for Distributed Energy Solutions
*** This Document Supersedes TN 212933 ***
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBayREN/Jennifer Berg
2129338/24/2016 BayREN Comments - SB 350 Barriers Study and Inclusive Financing for Distributed Energy Solutions
*** This document is replaced by TN 212934 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBayREN/Jennifer Berg
2129068/22/2016 Schedule for the SB 350 Barriers Study Workshop on August 12, 2016
*** This document supersedes TN 212687 *** Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2128598/18/2016 I.B.E.W./Johnny Simpson Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitI.B.E.W./Johnny Simpson
2128588/18/2016 Proteus, Inc. Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitProteus, Inc.
2128578/18/2016 California Conservation Corps - Energy Corps Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
Presentation
15 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Conservation Corps - Energy Corps
2128568/18/2016 Energy Conservation Options (ECO) Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitEnergy Conservation Options (ECO)
2128558/18/2016 Communities for a Better Environment Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCommunities for a Better Environment
2128548/18/2016 Pacific Energy Center/StopWaste/Bay Area Regional Energy Network Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
Presentation
12 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitPacific Energy Center/StopWaste/Bay Area Regional Energy Network
2128538/18/2016 StopWaste Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
Presentation
13 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitStopWaste
2128528/18/2016 StopWaste Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitStopWaste
2128518/18/2016 AEA Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAEA
2128508/18/2016 Yolo County Housing Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitYolo County Housing
2128498/18/2016 Energy Efficiency For All Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitEnergy Efficiency For All
2128488/18/2016 Natural Resources Defense Council Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitNatural Resources Defense Council
2128478/18/2016 MCE Clean Energy Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitMCE Clean Energy
2128468/18/2016 Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitLos Angeles Department of Water & Power
2128458/18/2016 California Public Utilities Commission Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
2128448/18/2016 California Public Utilities Commission Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
2128438/18/2016 California Public Utilities Commission Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
2128428/18/2016 California Department of Community Services & Development Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Department of Community Services & Development
2128418/18/2016 California Department of Community Services & Development Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
Fact Sheet
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Department of Community Services & Development
2128408/18/2016 Community Housing Opportunities Corporation Comments: On 8/12/16 Workshop on Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities

6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCommunity Housing Opportunities Corporation
2127808/12/2016 Kent Kernahan Comments: Response to securitization / financeability question

Renewable Energy
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitKent Kernahan
212688-18/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (English)
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2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-28/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Spanish)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-2 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-38/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Chinese)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-3 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-48/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Vietnamese)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-4 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-58/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Korean)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-5 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-68/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Hmong)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-6 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
212688-78/9/2016 Fact Sheet - SB350 Barriers Study (Tagalog)
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 215127-7 ***
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2126878/9/2016 Schedule for the SB 350 Barriers Study Workshop on August 12, 2016
*** This document is replaced by TN 212906 *** Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2125438/2/2016 Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income (Spanish version)
*** This document supersedes TN 212539 due to system error. ** Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2125418/1/2016 Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income (Chinese version)
*** This document supersedes TN 212538 due to system error. *** Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2125398/1/2016 Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income (Spanish version)
*** This document is replaced by TN 212543 due to system error. *** Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2125388/1/2016 Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income (Chinese version)
*** This document is replaced by TN 212541 due to system error. *** Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2125378/1/2016 Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities
Notice of Energy Commission Workshop Regarding Barriers of Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2123817/21/2016 Notice of IEPR Commissioner Workshop on Draft Environmental Performance Report
August 4, 2016 IEPR Workshop Notice on the DRAFT Environmental Performance Report (EPR)
5 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2123607/20/2016 Transcript of the 06/03/2016 Workshop RE: Senate Bill 350 Barriers Study

90 page(s)
  California Energy Commission
2123297/18/2016 Stephanie Wang Comments: Report on June 20, 2016 Stakeholder Solutions Meeting

SB 350 Public Comments
  Stephanie Wang
2119156/21/2016 California Municipal Utilities Association Comments: on Workshop on SB 350 Barriers Study

SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop, SB 350 Public Comments
  California Municipal Utilities Association
2119096/20/2016 Brightline Defense Comments on Propsed Scope of SB 350 Barriers Report

SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop
4 page(s)
 CEC/Alana MathewsBrightline Defense/Dilini Lankachandra
2117346/7/2016 Who's Participating and Who's Not: The Unintended Consequences of Untargeted Programs
From the abstract: This paper reports findings from a recently completed meta-study of 66 California program evaluations and market studies. This study is the first of its kind: it reviews all published data from California residential investor owned utility programs for an entire program cycle (2010-2012) and uses these data to compare the demographic characteristics of program participants and non-participants. The study demonstrates how “untargeted” energy efficiency programs, those offered to everyone and designed for no group in particular, resulted in a participant population that was not representative of the general population. The study identifies underserved demographic segments for each program type by comparing participants to the general population.
Efficiency
12 page(s)
 CECCalifornia Energy Commission
2117266/6/2016 Presentation - Sentate Bill 350 Barriers Study Staff Workshop
June 3, 2016 at 9:00 a.m.
23 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2117196/3/2016 Susannah Churchill Comments: CPUC Proceeding Addresses Solar for Disadvantaged Communities

Renewable Energy
  Vote Solar
2117086/2/2016 Natalie Garnica Comments: Policy Options for the Split Incentive: Increasing Energy Efficiency for Low-Income Renters
SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop
9 page(s)
  Natalie Garnica
2117076/2/2016 Natalie Garnica Comments: Myths of Low-Income Energy Efficiency Programs: Implications for Outreach
SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop
13 page(s)
  Natalie Garnica
2117066/2/2016 Natalie Garnica Comments: State Policies for Helping Low-Income Working Families Build Clean Energy Careers
SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop
17 page(s)
  Natalie Garnica
2117056/2/2016 Natalie Garnica Comments: Low-Income Workers and Their Employers
SB 350 2016-06-03 Workshop
19 page(s)
  Natalie Garnica
2116865/31/2016 Agenda: Public Workshop on Senate Bill 350 Barriers Study
Friday, June 3, 2016
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2116535/25/2016 Request Consideration of Revision to Proposition 39 Guidelines

1 page(s)
 CEC/Robert WeisenmillerCASBO
2116245/24/2016 Notice of Public Workshop on Senate Bill 350 Barriers Study
June 3, 2016 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the California Energy Commission
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2112494/25/2016 A Workforce for SB 350: Integral to Achieving Clean Energy & Carbon Reduction Mandates
Presentation by Jim Caldwell - slides looking at workforce development needs for SB 350, and the role California Community Colleges can play in meeting them.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
30 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitJim Caldwell
2111654/20/2016 Lifting the High Energy Burden in America's Largest Cities:
How Energy Efficiency Can Improve Low Income and Underserved Communities - From the executive summary: "This report provides a snapshot of energy burdens in cities across the US. We focus on the high home energy burdens faced by select groups in major metropolitan areas.1) Years of analysis by the firm of Fisher Sheehan & Colton determined that low-income households pay proportionally more than the average household for energy costs. 2) Our analysis builds on this research as we take a closer look at energy burden in specific household groups. In the first half of this report, we analyze data from the US Census Bureau’s 2011 and 2013 American Housing Survey to determine energy burden values for 48 of the largest US cities and specific households within each city. In the second half of the report, we discuss strategies for alleviating high energy burdens, with a focus on policies and programs to increase the impact of energy efficiency initiatives in these communities.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
56 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAmerican Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
2111284/18/2016 Delivering Energy Efficiency to Middle Income Single Family Households

Efficiency, Socioeconomics
102 page(s)
  The Greenlining Institute
2111274/18/2016 GWSI-Bridging the Solar Income Gap Working Paper

Socioeconomics, Renewable Energy
19 page(s)
  The Greenlining Institute
2111264/18/2016 Getting the Biggest Bang for the Buck

Efficiency, Socioeconomics
42 page(s)
  The Greenlining Institute
2111254/18/2016 Low-Income Financing Options

Efficiency, Socioeconomics, Renewable Energy
1 page(s)
  The Greenlining Institute
2110664/14/2016 Leveraging State Funds in Energy Efficiency Financing
Power point presentation on using State funds for energy efficiency projects
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
17 page(s)
 CECNational Association of State Energy Officials
2110654/14/2016 Multifamily Energy Efficiency: Reported Barriers and Emerging Practices
From the introduction: "This report identifies: ? Barriers that have been identified to increasing investment in low-income multifamily housing; ? Current efforts to address those barriers and increase building owner investment; and ? Strategies for deploying public- and private-sector resources that can increase the effectiveness of current efforts to address energy efficiency barriers in the low-income multifamily housing sector."
Efficiency
54 page(s)
 CECEnergy Programs Consortium
2110644/14/2016 Follow the Money: Overcoming the Split Incentive for Effective Energy Efficiency Program Design in Multifamily Buildings
From the abstract: "The authors base their analysis on experience implementing the ARRA Multifamily Program (AMP), a cold-climate low-income weatherization program funded largely with 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus funds. This program invested $20 million to complete substantial energy retrofits of 84 low-income apartment buildings (5,755 units) in Wisconsin in fewer than three years. From this experience we conclude that most (but not all) MFBs are/were designed to be built with the lowest possible first cost. They then operate in a chronically undercapitalized environment. As a result, these buildings have energy-wasting shells and systems, and rarely see energy improvements as they age. They offer good potential for energy savings through retrofit programs, but at substantial program expense."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
14 page(s)
 CECEnergy Services
2110634/14/2016 Green Rehabilitation of Multifamily Rental Properties
From the introduction: "This document provides guidelines for multifamily affordable housing providers and their consultants in preparing a green physical needs assessment. It provides recommendations for housing rehabilitation that incorporates green building principles of energy efficiency, water conservation, resource conservation, and healthy indoor environments. The information in these pages is applicable to both moderate rehabilitation projects, as well as substantial or gut rehabilitations."
Efficiency
68 page(s)
 CECBay Area LISC and Build It Green
2110624/14/2016 Healthy Communities Data and Indicators Project
From CDPH: "The goal of HCI is to enhance public health by providing data, a standardized set of statistical measures, and tools that a broad array of sectors can use for planning healthy communities and evaluating the impact of plans, projects, policy, and environmental changes on community health."
Public Health
1 page(s)
 CECCalifornia Energy Commission
2110614/14/2016 ESA Multifamily Segment Study Volume 2: Appendicies
Volume 2 contains the data used to compile the report from volume 1
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
120 page(s)
 CECThe Cadmus Group, Inc.
2110604/14/2016 California Health Disadvantage Index
Database of health census data
Public Health, Socioeconomics
1 page(s)
 CECCalifornia Energy Commission
2110594/14/2016 Building Better Energy Efficiency Programs for Low-Income Households
From the executive summary: "In this report we address the challenges and opportunities of low-income programs that target single-family homes. We include a survey of the low-income program landscape and advice on scaling up energy efficiency in this sector. Finally, we detail practices that program administrators are using to overcome challenges, and we explore strategies to incorporate underutilized technologies and measures into programs to realize greater savings."
Efficiency
46 page(s)
 CECAmerican Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
2110584/14/2016 Potential for Energy Savings in Affordable Multifamily Housing
From the introduction: "The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), National Housing Trust (NHT), Energy Foundation, Elevate Energy, and New Ecology are conducting a multistate and multiyear Energy Efficiency for All affordable multifamily housing efficiency project with the goal of cost effectively reducing energy consumption as a means of maintaining housing affordability, creating healthier and more comfortable living environments for moderate- and low-income families, and reducing pollution. The project aim is to encourage electric and gas utilities to spearhead programs designed to capture all cost-effective energy efficiency within the affordable multifamily housing sector, significantly benefiting lowincome families and building owners as well as utilities."
Efficiency
128 page(s)
 CECNATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL BY OPTIMAL ENERGY
2110574/14/2016 Community Development Investment Review 2014 vol 10 issue 1
Special issue on energy efficiency published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
149 page(s)
 CECFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
2110564/14/2016 Engaging as Partners in Energy Efficiency
From the executive summary: "This paper outlines the opportunities to meet energy efficiency goals with multifamily programs. It then describes the benefits that multifamily building owners gain from these programs, and the barriers they face to participation. The paper focuses on rental housing, because these buildings are owned by a single entity and form the largest sector of the multifamily housing market. The paper provides a framework to help utilities develop successful programs that maximize energy savings and create benefits for building owners, tenants, and communities. And lastly, the paper recommends nine program design considerations that can help attract multifamily building owners to utility energy efficiency programs."
Efficiency
36 page(s)
 CECCNT Energy/American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
2110554/14/2016 Recognizing the benefits of Energy Efficiency in Multifamily Underwriting
From the forward: "Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation instigated this project to encourage the financial industry to scale up financing of building energy efficiency retrofits. Deutsche Bank has a long history of supporting multifamily / affordable housing through its community development finance capabilities, and throughout the world the Bank has played a leadership role on climate issues. Scaling up building retrofits has become a compelling aspiration for the Bank, because of the alignment between our carbon reduction and community development goals."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
109 page(s)
 CECSteven Winter Associates
2110544/14/2016 ESA Program Multifamily Segment Study Volume 1: Report
From the executive summary: "The Cadmus team used a multi-method approach to conduct the low-income Multifamily Segment Study. The key methods for gathering and analyzing data were these: primary and secondary research, quantitative (data analyses and geocoding), and qualitative techniques (literature searches, surveys, interviews, and input from public workshops). We drew upon this research to: (1) identify opportunities to reach deeper into the low-income multifamily market; (2) address and improve the energy efficiency and quality of life in as many low-income households as possible; and (3) maximize cost-effective energy savings in this sector."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
232 page(s)
 CECThe Cadmus Group, Inc.
2110534/14/2016 Program Design Guide: Energy Efficiency Programs in Multifamily Affordable Housing
From the executive summary: "This guide is intended to explain specific best practices to efficiency program professionals: program designers and administrators, utility staff, regulators, and other stakeholders. We provide 12 specific and proven strategies for utilities to help owners invest to improve MFAH in their communities."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
40 page(s)
 CECEnergy Efficiency For All
2110524/14/2016 Up the Chimney: How HUD's Inaction Costs Taxpayers Millions and Drives Up Utility Bills for Low-Income Families
From the executive summary: "This paper explores the many ways in which HUD can in fact do better, most of them “free” in the sense that they require no additional appropriations to HUD by Congress— although leadership from HUD as well as technical assistance to subsidized housing owners will surely be required"
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
36 page(s)
 CECNational Consumer Law Center
2110514/14/2016 Transforming Multifamily Housing: Fannie Mae's Green Initiative and Energy Star for Multifamily
From the executive summary: "Rising utility rates create financial risk for owners and reduce affordability for tenants of multifamily properties. To combat this challenge and multifamily properties' impact on the natural environment, the Fannie Mae Multifamily Mortgage Business (Fannie Mae) launched the Green Initiative. The mission of the Fannie Mae Multifamily Green Initiative is to enhance the quality, affordability, and environmental sustainability of multifamily housing in the United States. The Green Initiative provides leadership in the multifamily industry by offering Green Financing loans for smart property improvements and delivering innovative tools that measure and capture the value of energy and water efficiency."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
25 page(s)
 CECFannie Mae
2110504/14/2016 Borrowing to Save Energy: An Assessment of Energy-Efficiency Financing Programs
From the executive summary: "In this report, we explain how markets for energy-efficiency financing work and describe the characteristics of the numerous government and utility financing programs operating in the United States. We explore the reasons financing for energy-efficiency improvements has so far been limited, including the possibility of credit rationing. Next, we discuss government’s role in developing policies to spur investments in energy efficiency. Our analysis identifies gaps in knowledge and information, particularly about the energy-savings payoffs from financing and other energy-efficiency efforts. Accounting for these information shortfalls, we recommend a path forward."
Efficiency
53 page(s)
 CECResources for the Future
2110494/14/2016 Saving Energy with Neighborly Behavior: Energy Efficiency for Multifamily Renters and Homebuyers
From the abstract: "The focus of this report is on tenants -- who are often low-income 00 living in multifamily buildings that operate energy efficiency programs. However, we also were interested in seeing if any programs use similar tactics to target people who own their homes, either units in multifamily buildings or single-family houses. Therefore we focused on three groups: public housing authorities, community development organizations with multifamily housing portfolios, and counseling programs for first-time homebuyers. In this report we assess the key features of existing programs and make recommendations for improvements, both things that housing providers and advocates can use immediately and a wish list for the future. Finally, we include a framework of ideas for program administrators to consider when developing a behavior program in multifamily housing for the first time.
Efficiency
39 page(s)
 CECAmerican Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
2110484/14/2016 Weatherization Assistance Program Technical Memorandum Background Data and Statistics
From the introduction: "This technical memorandum is intended to provide readers with information that may be useful in understanding the purposes, performance, and outcomes of the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Weatherization Assistance Program (Weatherization). Weatherization has been in operation for over thirty years and is the nation’s largest single residential energy efficiency program. Its primary purpose, established by law, is '…to increase the energy efficiency of dwellings owned or occupied by low-income persons, reduce their total residential energy expenditures, and improve their health and safety, especially low-income persons who are particularly vulnerable such as the elderly, the handicapped, and children.'"
Efficiency
22 page(s)
 CECOak Ridge National Laboratory
2110474/14/2016 Using Financing to Scale Up Energy Efficiency
From the power point: "Remove financing barriers to energy efficiency (EE) in the United States through improved financing tools and mechanisms. Removing these barriers may yield broad customer access to attractive capital that will enable widespread adoption of EE improvements by"
Efficiency
86 page(s)
 CECSEE Action Financing Solutions Working Group
2108263/23/2016 Resilience for Free: How Solar+Storage Could Protect Multifamily Affordable Housing from Power Outages at Little or No Net Cost
This report examines the potential benefits of rooftop solar panels and battery storage to provide "resilient power" to low-income communities.
Socioeconomics
36 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitClean Energy Group
2108253/23/2016 Making a Market: Multifamily Rooftop Solar and Social Equity in Los Angeles
This executive summary examines the potential for installation of solar panels on multi-family homes in the Los Angeles area. It also looks at potential policy incentives that can facilitate this development, and provides case studies.
Socioeconomics
16 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitLABC Institute
2108243/23/2016 Bridging the Clean Energy Divide: Affordable Clean Energy Solutions for Today and Tomorrow
This report from the National Research and Defense Council examines ways in which renewable energy and increased energy efficiency can benefit low-income communities. It looks at both single and multi-family buildings, and different types of solar such as rooftop and community.
Efficiency, Public Health, Socioeconomics, Greenhouse Gases
28 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitNatural Resources Defense Council
2108233/23/2016 Policies for Achieving Energy Justice in Society: Best Practices for Applying Solar Energy Technologies to Low-Income Housing
From the introduction: "this report examines how policies promoting solar energy technology in low-income housing can help alleviate some of this burden, while in the process promoting energy justice and creating green jobs."
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
62 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitCenter for Energy and Environmental Policy
2108223/23/2016 Preserving Affordable Multifamily Housing through Energy Efficiency
This paper examines the non-energy benefits related to energy efficiency upgrades in multi-family buildings.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
14 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitElevate Energy
2108213/23/2016 Clean Energy for Resilient Communities: Expanding Solar Generation in Baltimore's Low-Income Neighborhoods
This report, prepared by Clean Energy Group, "makes recommendations for expanding the use of solar generation for community development." It looks at the current barriers to the development of Photovoltaic (PV) rooftop solar panels with battery storage in low-income neighborhoods. The authors propose new solutions to overcome those barriers by looking at programs from other states, and new financing options.
Socioeconomics
54 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitClean Energy Group
2108203/23/2016 Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Low-Income Communities: A Guide to EPA Programs
This guide was developed to help state and local governments, as well as low-income community leaders and stakeholder groups, find EPA programs to assist with energy efficiency and renewable energy development in low-income communities. Each program profile provides: basic contact information, target sectors/audiences, services and assistance provided, value to low-income communities, and suggested actions for state or local government.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
37 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitEnvironmental Protection Agency
2108183/23/2016 Greening Our Neighborhoods and Putting Americans to Work: A Case for Carbon Reduction and Job Creation
This report from Greenlining Institute looks at how home energy efficiency projects in low-income neighborhoods can help lower home energy bills, reduce carbon emissions, and help to create jobs. They used a case-study of 36 homes in Richmond, California. The report concludes with an analysis of policies that "are creating mechanisms to facilitate retrofit programs for all communities." The report finishes with recommendations for going forward.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics, Greenhouse Gases
28 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitThe Greenlining Institute
2108173/23/2016 Low-Income Solar Policy Guide
This guide explores barriers to low-income access to photovoltaic rooftop solar, and explores policy mechanisms to overcome those barriers. The guide concludes with an examination of successful low-income solar models for various scenarios (single-family home, multi-family homes, and shared solar) from across the U.S.
Socioeconomics
28 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitGRID Alternatives, Vote Solar and the Center for Social Inclusion
2108163/23/2016 Integrating Photovoltaic Systems into Low-Income Housing Developments
This case study, published by the U.S. Department of Energy, examined the Northeast Denver Housing Center's program to provide photovoltaic rooftop solar panels to 30 low-income housing units, low-income job training, and an energy conservation program.
Socioeconomics
12 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitUnited States Department of Energy
2108153/23/2016 Model Rules for Shared Renewable Energy Programs
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council developed these model rules for shared renewable energy systems as a way of helping stakeholders create local shared renewable energy systems. The rules incorporated the approaches being taken by various groups across the U.S. This set of rules is an update from the original rules. It incorporates the changes made to policy and the market.
Land Use
28 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitThe Interstate Renewable Energy Council
2108143/23/2016 From Dirty to Green: Increasing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Environmental Justice Communities
This law review article examines current policies to encourage energy efficiency and renewable energy development in environmental justice communities. It advocates that current programs are insufficient, and proposes other measures to promote the development of renewable energy sources as well as improving energy efficiency for low-income communities.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
45 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitGolden Gate University School of Law
2108133/23/2016 Unlocking Energy Efficiency in the U.S. Economy
This study focuses on the potential for energy efficiency savings in the United States as whole, across all sectors. It does have a whole section dedicated to residential homes and recommendations, as well as a focus on low-income communities. That discussion begins on page 48.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
165 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitMcKinsey & Company
210810-13/22/2016 Needs Assessment for the Energy Savings Assistance and the Calfornia Alternate Rates for Energy Programs vol 1: summary report
This report, prepared by Evergreen Economics, examines the two low-income energy efficiency programs in California (Energy Savings Assistance and California Alternate Rates for Energy) to help plan and implement the next cycle of low-income energy efficiency programs. Volume one provides a summary of the findings, conclusions, and recommendations.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
93 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitEvergreen Economics
210810-23/22/2016 Needs Assessment for the Energy Savings Assistance and the California Alternate Rates for Energy Programs vol 2 detailed finding
This is the second volume of a report prepared by Evergreen Economics analyzing California's low-income energy assistance programs. This volume analyzes the demographics of who is eligible, and who participates. It also provides an overview of low-income needs and assessments of the programs.
Efficiency, Socioeconomics
208 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitEvergreen Economics
2102492/9/2016 Memo to Open New Docket

1 page(s)
 CEC/Dockets UnitCalifornia Energy Commission