Docket Log

Docket: 19-SB-100
Project Title: SB 100 Joint Agency Report: Charting a path to a 100% Clean Energy Future
Generated On: 11/11/2019 8:56:03 PM

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23056611/8/2019 Sierra Club California Comments - on the SB 100 Joint Agency Report Charting a Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitSierra Club California
23055511/8/2019 Stanford University Comments on SB 100 Joint Agency Report Process

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsStanford University
23055011/8/2019 Vote Solar and SEIA Comments on SB 100 Report
Comments on the Joint Agencies Report on SB 100
9 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsVote Solar
23051911/6/2019 California Farm Bureau Federation Comments - on SB-100 Joint Agency Report

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Farm Bureau Federation
23051611/6/2019 Notice Of SB 100 Technical Workshop
Monday, November 18, 2019 9:30 a.m. California Public Utilities Commission 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102 Auditorium
4 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
23051411/5/2019 Jose Lopez-Gallego Versallis Enagas TallGrass Comments - Solutions to SB100 issues about Intermitency, storage, resiliency & GHG reduction by injection of RH2 into the NG pipeline

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsJose Lopez-Gallego / Versallis / Enagas / TallGrass
23050811/5/2019 Jose Perez Comments - Comments on SB 100 Joint-Agency Report

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitJose Perez
23047711/1/2019 Nanomass Corporation Comments - Renewable Facilities Using Multiple Energy Resources

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsNanomass Corporation
23047611/1/2019 Nanomass Corp Comments - Biomass Co-firing in Power Plants

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsNanomass Corp
23046010/31/2019 Anne Kim Comments - Issues around equity

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAnne Kim
23044410/31/2019 Tim Sasseen Comments - Hydrogen, and the ICT

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsTim Sasseen
23043810/29/2019 Kim F Floyd Comments - Climate Crisis Means Action Now

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitKim F Floyd
23043210/29/2019 Madeline Di Giorgi Comments - Public Comment

1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitMadeline Di Giorgi
23043110/29/2019 SAVERIO SCALZI Comments - YOUR SOLAR ENERGY

2 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsSAVERIO SCALZI
23042210/29/2019 Presentation - LADWP SB 100 workshop - Southern California
Presentation by Jason Rondou
15 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
23042110/29/2019 Presentation -Imperial Irrigation District SB 100 Workshop - Southern Califronia
Presentation by Marilyn Gilbert
14 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
23041710/28/2019 Presentation - California Public Utilities Commission SB 100 Workshop - Southern California
Presentation by Jose Torres, California Public Utilities Commission
12 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
23041010/28/2019 Presentation - Port of Long Beach SB 100 Scoping Workshop - Southern California
Presentation by Heather Tomley, Port of Long Beach
10 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23040910/28/2019 Presentation - SB 100 Report - Southern California Scoping Workshop
Presentations by Stephanie Kato (California Air Resources Board), Jason Ortego (California Public Utilities Commission), and Jim Bartridge (California Energy Commission)
43 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23039410/28/2019 Agenda - Southern California SB 100 Scoping Workshop
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 – 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. South Coast Air Quality Management District 21865 Copley Drive Diamond Bar, California 91785
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23035210/25/2019 Judy Nylander Comments - PG&E creating a dangerous & deadly crisis with Abusive Power Shutoffs

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsJudy Nylander
23034610/25/2019 Anne Y. Kim Comments - SB 100 Report

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsAnne Y. Kim
23034410/24/2019 Presentation - Redding Electric Utility SB 100 Workshop - Northern California
Presentation by Dan Beans, Redding Electric Utility
7 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitRedding Electric Utility
23034310/24/2019 Presentation - SB100 Stakeholder Presentation Panel
Presentation by Delphine Hou, California Independent System Operator
6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia ISO
23034210/24/2019 Presentation - Reliability & Equity at Blue Lake Rancheria
Presentation by Jana Ganion, Blue Lake Rancheria
10 page(s)
 CEC/Docket Unit Blue Lake Rancheria
23034110/24/2019 Presentation - Balancing Authority of Northern California (BANC) Comments - SB 100 Workshop
Presentation by Jim Shetler, Balancing Area of Northern California
8 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBalancing Authority of Northern California
23034010/24/2019 Presentation - The Role of Wind in California's 100% Clean Energy Portfolio
Presentation by Danielle Osborn Mills, American Wind Energy Association California Caucus
17 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitAmerican Wind Energy Association (AWEA)
23033910/24/2019 SB 100 Report - Northern California Scoping Workshop
Presentations by Mary Jane Coombs (California Air Resources Board), Jason Ortego (California Public Utilities Commission), and Siva Gunda (California Energy Commission)
44 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23033410/24/2019 Daniel Chandler Comments - State policy on refrigerants and biomass are holding up local progress

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsDaniel Chandler
23032210/23/2019 Agenda - Northern California SB 100 Scoping Workshop
Friday, October 25, 2019 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Redding Electric Utility Shasta Conference Room 3611 Avtech Parkway Redding, CA 96002
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23032010/23/2019 New Location - Notice Of Northern California SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS SUPERSEDED BY TN 230117 *** NEW LOCATION: Redding Electric Utility Shasta Conference Room 3611 Avtech Parkway, Redding, CA 96002
4 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
23031910/23/2019 Updated Notice Of Southern California SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS SUPERSEDED BY TN 230222 *** - Tuesday, October 29, 2019; 10:00 a.m. , South Coast Air Quality Management District, 21865 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765, Auditorium
4 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
23031510/22/2019 Backcountry Against Dumps Comments - On Joint Agency Report Charting a Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

13 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBackcountry Against Dumps
23030010/21/2019 Bill Mayben Comments - Docket # 19-SB-100 Joint Agency Report, Charting a Path to a 100% clean Energy Future

2 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsBill Mayben
23029910/21/2019 Bill Mayben Comments - Docket # 19-SB100 Joint Agency Report Charting a Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

4 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsBill Mayben
23029810/21/2019 Lawrence Vaupel Comments - Small Solar and Hydro is Clean Energy

1 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsLawrence Vaupel
23029710/21/2019 Bill Mayben Comments - Docket # 19-SB-100 Joint Agency Report, Charting a Path to a 100% clean Energy Future

2 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsBill Mayben
23027410/18/2019 Mark Meldgin Comments - Decarbonizing California's electricity supply

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitMark Meldgin
23025710/17/2019 Western Agricultural Processors Association Comments - WAPA Comments SB-100

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsWestern Agricultural Processors Association
23025610/17/2019 CA Cotton Ginners and Growers Association Comments - CCGGA Comments SB-100

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCA Cotton Ginners and Growers Association
23025410/17/2019 Western Agricultural Processors Association Comments - WAPA Comments SB-100

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsWestern Agricultural Processors Association
23025210/17/2019 CA Cotton Ginners and Growers Association Comments - CCGGA Comments SB-100

3 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCA Cotton Ginners and Growers Association
23022810/16/2019 Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies Comments - Opening reply comments of CEERT on CPUC IRP Procurement Proposed Decision

22 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCenter for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies
23022710/16/2019 Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies Comments - Joint motion for determining capacity valued submitted in CPUC IRP and RA proceedings

10 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCenter for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies
23022210/16/2019 Revised - Notice of Southern California SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** This document supersedes TN #230118 *** - Tuesday, October 29, 2019; 10:00 a.m. - South Coast Air Quality Management District - 21865 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765 Auditorium
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23020810/16/2019 David BezansonPhD Comments - 19SB100 SB100 Joint Agency Report

13 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsDavid BezansonPhD
23016210/14/2019 Wm Mayben and Associates Comments - Joint Agency Report - Charting a Path to 100% Clean Energy Future

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitWm Mayben and Associates
23016110/14/2019 Bill Mayben - Wm Mayben and Associates Comments - Joint Agency Report - Charting a Path to 100% Clean Energy Future

2 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitBill Mayben - Wm Mayben and Associates
23014410/11/2019 Union of Concerned Scientists Comments - UCS comments on SB 100 Joint Agency Report

6 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitUnion of Concerned Scientists
23011810/10/2019 Notice Of Southern California - SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** This document is replaced by TN 230222 *** - Tuesday, October 29, 2019; 10:00 a.m. - South Coast Air Quality Management District - 21865 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765 Auditorium
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
23011710/10/2019 Notice Of Northern California - SB 100 Scoping Workshop
Friday, October 25, 2019 10:00 a.m. Civic Center Council Chambers 777 Cypress Avenue, Redding, CA 96001
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
22989510/1/2019 Bioenergy Association of California Comments on SB 100 Report

5 page(s)
 CEC/Drew BohanBioenergy Association of California/Julia A. Levin
2298669/27/2019 Turlock Irrigation District SB 100 Workshop - Central Valley
Presentation by Brad Koehn, Turlock Irrigation District
11 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
2298659/27/2019 Leadership Counsel - SB 100 Central Valley Workshop
Presentation by Leslie Martinez, Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability
5 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
2298649/27/2019 SB 100 Report Central Valley Scoping Workshop
Presentations by Carey Bylin (California Air Resources Board), Simon Baker (California Public Utilities Commission), and Siva Gunda (California Energy Commission)
38 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
2298639/26/2019 Agenda - Central Valley – SB 100 Scoping Workshop
Monday, September 30, 2019 – 10:00 a.m. Fresno Council of Governments 2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201 Fresno, California 93721
1 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2298029/19/2019 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Comments - SB 100 Joint Agency Report

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitLawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2298019/19/2019 LADWP's Comments on the SB 100 Report Workshop

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitLos Angeles Department of Water and Power
2298009/19/2019 Clean Air Task Force Comments - On SB 100 Joint Agency Report - Charting a Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

15 page(s)
 CEC/Chair Hochschild, CPUC/Chair Nichols, and CARB/Com. RandolphClean Air Task Force
2297999/19/2019 ClearPath Comments - ClearPath SB 100 Joint Report Letter

1 page(s)
 CEC/Chair David Hochschild, ARB/Chair Mary Nichols, and CPUC/Com. Liane RandolphClearPath
2297989/19/2019 Tim Carmichael-SDG&E Comments - Joint Agency Workshop on the Senate Bill 100 Report

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitTim Carmichael/SDG&E
2297979/19/2019 California Hydrogen Business Council Comments - Regarding SB 100 Workshop and Report

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Hydrogen Business Council
2297959/19/2019 The Nature Conservancy Comments on SB 100 Joint Agency Report Workshop

5 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitThe Nature Conservancy/Erica Brand
2297939/19/2019 CESA's Comments on Joint Agency SB 100 Report Workshop

4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Storage Alliance (CESA)
2297899/19/2019 Business Network for Offshore Wind Comments - Incorporate Offshore Wind as a recommended utility scale renewable for CA in first SB 100 report

1 page(s)
 CEC/David Hochschild, CARB/Mary Nichols, and CPUC/Liane RandolphBusiness Network for Offshore Wind
2297889/19/2019 California Wind Energy Association Comments - Comments on SB 100 Joint Agency Report Charting a Path to a 100% Clean Energy Future

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Wind Energy Association
2297879/19/2019 Association of California Water Agencies’ Comments on the SB 100 Report

3 page(s)
 CEC/David Hochschild, CARB/Mary Nichols and CPUC/Liane RandolphAssociation of California Water Agencies/Chelsea Haines
2297869/19/2019 Defenders of Wildlife Comments on Sept 5, 2019 SB 100 Workshop

3 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitDefenders of Wildlife
2297749/18/2019 Updated Notice of Central Valley - SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN 229751 *** The notice has been updated.
4 page(s)
 CEC/Docket UnitCalifornia Energy Commission
2297519/17/2019 Revised Notice of Central Valley SB 100 Scoping Workshop
*** THIS DOCUMENT IS REPLACED BY TN 229774 *** - ***THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES TN #229731*** Central Valley SB 100 Scoping Workshop on Monday, September 30, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
4 page(s)
 CEC/DocketsCalifornia Energy Commission
2297319/13/2019 Notice of Central Valley SB 100 Scoping Workshop
***SUPERSEDED BY TN 229751***
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
   CMUA Comments on SB-100 Joint Agency Scoping Workshops
  California Municipal Utilities Association