Docket Log

Docket: 19-SB-100
Project Title: SB 100 Joint Agency Report: Charting a path to a 100% Clean Energy Future
Generated On: 9/15/2019 9:48:48 AM

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TN #Docketed DateDocument TitleExhibit #ToFrom
2297319/13/2019 Notice of Central Valley SB 100 Scoping Workshop
Monday, September 30, 2019
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2297279/13/2019 Clutch Company Comments SB 100 Joint Agency Report - Charting a path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

35 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitClutch Company. Inc.
2297129/11/2019 Southern California Public Power Authority- Letter to the Journal

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsKevin De Leon, Senator, 24th District
2296759/5/2019 Claire Ann Warshaw Comments 05-09-2015 Water agencies, Common Person Plans, SB100 is not the excuse for re-nuclear - right

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitClaire Ann Warshaw
2296559/5/2019 Revised - Notice Of Joint Agency Workshop On The Senate Bill 100 Report
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN# 229511 *** - Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2296549/5/2019 Senate Bill 100 Report Joint Agency Kickoff Workshop Presentation Final
***THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 229649***
74 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
2296539/5/2019 INDEX to CGNP's Filings in 19SB100
The process for creating docket entries tends to obscure the document titles. CGNP prepared a spreadsheet with overview statements and a tabulation of the ten (10) docket titles with summaries as an aid to locating specific information within our 431 pages of filings.
1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296509/4/2019 POU BAs and California Municipal Utilities Association Comments Statutory Requirements for Balancing Authorities' Consultation with the Agencies in SB 100 Joint Agency Report

1 page(s)
 CEC/David Hochschild and CPUC/Marybel Batjer, and CARB/Mary NicholsPOU BAs and California Municipal Utilities Association
2296499/4/2019 Senate Bill 100 Report Joint Agency Kickoff Workshop Presentation
***THIS DOCUMENT IS SUPERSEDED BY TN 229654***
39 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2296489/4/2019 Senate Bill 100 Report Joint Agency Kickoff Workshop Presentation
Presentation Slides **THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY TN 229649**
38 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2296469/3/2019 Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comment - Why California May Go Nuclear
Michael Shellenberger, the president of the Berkeley, CA-based nonprofit, Environmental Progress published an article at the Forbes website on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 titled, "Why California May Go Nuclear." His concise article has been viewed almost 25,000 times in one day. He cites relevant political reasons to support maintenance and expansion of California's nuclear power generators, including Diablo Canyon. Please see: https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/09/03/why-california-may-go-nuclear/ This document is being provided by nonprofit CGNP under the "Fair Use" provisions of U.S. copyright law for educational purposes without any expectation of material gain.
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296459/3/2019 Calif. for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. In Response to the Assigned Commissioner and Admin. Law Judge Ruling Filed at CPUC 2-11-16
FCPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactor
12 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296449/3/2019 Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comment DIablo Canyon Decommissioning Documents
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
13 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296439/3/2019 Calif. for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comments Appendix In Response to ALJ Fitch's Proposed Decision Filed With The CPUC 4-15-19
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
248 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296429/3/2019 Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comments In Reponse to ALJ Fitch's Proposed Decision Filed With The CPUC 4-15-19
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296419/3/2019 Calif. for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comment Embatted Calif. Utility Spent Most for 2018 Lobbying File with the CPUC 4-2-19
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
62 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296409/3/2019 Calif. for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comment Appendix In Response to ALJ Fitch's Proposed Decision Filed With The CPUC 2-11-16
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
48 page(s)
 CED/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296399/3/2019 Calif. for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comment Re. Appendix In Response To ALJ Fitch's Proposed Decision Filed at CPUC Feb 11, 16
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such react
21 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296369/3/2019 Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. Comments Re. Charting a Path to a 100 Clean Energy Future”
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296359/3/2019 Charting a Path to a 100 Clean Energy Future”
CPUC Intervenor Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc. (CGNP) submits this CPUC filing in R.16-02-007 as one of eight exhibits supporting the continued safe operation of Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP) beyond 2025 as an essential component of California's Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. Diablo Canyon's pair of safe, reliable, cost-effective, and zero-emissions power reactors are California's largest generation plant by far, producing about 9% of California's in-state generation - the equivalent of more than 5 (five) Hoover Dams annually. In 2010, the California Energy Commission (CEC) commissioned the California Science and Technology Commission (CSTC) to prepare a pair of reports regarding the path to a 100% Clean Energy Future. The CSTC's report conclusions were clear. The safe and cost-effective solution was a dramatic expansion beyond the four commercial nuclear power reactors then in operation. The eminent CSTC scientists and engineers concluded California would require about 30 such reactors
17 page(s)
  Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Inc.
2296118/29/2019 SB 100 Kick Off Workshop Agenda
Thursday, September 5, 2019 – 10:00 a.m. California Secretary of State Building 1500 Eleventh Street First Floor, Auditorium Sacramento, California 95814
2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2295118/22/2019 Notice of Joint Agency Workshop On The Senate Bill 100 Report
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 229655 *** - *** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 229505 *** - Thursday, September 5, 2019, 10:00 a.m.
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2295058/22/2019 Notice Of Joint Agency Workshop On The Senate Bill 100 Report
*** THIS DOCUMENT REPLACES TN 229511 *** - Thursday, September 5, 2019
5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2294708/15/2019 Memo to Open New Docket

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission