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					                   San Diego Gas & Electric
                                                                                                 J. Steve Rahon
                                                                                                         Director
                                                                                   Tariffs & Regulatory Accounts
                                                                                           8315 Century Park Ct.
                                                                                    San Diego, CA 92123-1550

                                                                                           Tel: 858.654.1773
                                                                                           Fax 858.654.1788
                                                                                   srahon@SempraUtilities.com
                                           May 9, 2002

                                                                                                  PUC 110
                                                                                                X PUC 120
                                                                                               X PUG 000
                                                                                             (R.01-05-047)
ADVICE LETTER 1404-E/1312-G
(U 902-M)

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Subject:         COMPLIANCE FILING FOR PHASE 1 INTERIM OPINION ON ELECTRIC
                 AND GAS BASELINE ALLOWANCES APPLICABLE TO THE RESIDENTIAL
                 CUSTOMER CLASS

San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) hereby transmits for filing the following revisions
applicable to its electric and gas tariffs, as shown on the enclosed Attachments A and B
respectively.

PURPOSE
This filing is being made pursuant to California Public Utilities Commission (Commission) Decision
(D.) 02-04-026 dated April 9, 2002, in Rulemaking (R.) 01-05-047. D.02-04-026 is the Commission’s
Interim Opinion regarding the Phase 1 issues on baseline allowances as modified by D.02-05-010
dated May 2, 2002, the Order authorizing the modified Climate Zone plan and SDG&E's Petition for
Modification of the Phase 1 Interim Opinion. Specifically, the revisions addressed herein increase
the baseline allowances for most residential customers, modify the climate zones, and provide
improvements to SDG&E’s existing medical baseline program. In accordance with D.02-04-026, this
filing will be effective on May 31, 20021 for SDG&E’s residential gas and electric customers.

BACKGROUND
In D.02-04-026, the Commission directs all Commission-regulated gas and electric utilities to revise
their baseline allowances to the maximum percentage levels allowed by state law, and to take the
appropriate steps to simplify and improve the process for customers requiring additional baseline
allowances for medical reasons. As stated by the Commission on page 3 of D.02-04-026 “[W]e do,
however, begin to make the baseline program more consistent among utilities, which should make it
more understandable than it has been in the recent past. In addition, our changes will have the
effect of increasing the baseline quantities for most Californians.”


1
    Although D.02-04-026 orders SDG&E to implement the changes June 1, 2002, SDG&E proposes to make
    these changes effective May 31, 2002 since it is the first day of SDG&E's June 2002 billing cycle.
Public Utilities Commission                           2                                     May 9, 2002


Energy Usage Data
In compliance with Ordering Paragraphs 1 and 3 of D.02-04-026, SDG&E has updated its electric
and gas usage data using the calendar year 1999, 2000, and 2001 information.

In compliance with Ordering Paragraphs 4, 5, 6, and 7 of D.02-04-026, SDG&E established baseline
allowance quantities for both gas and electric customers utilizing its existing methodology adopted
by the Commission for updating data i.e., a three-year average of the bill frequency distribution data.


Section 739 (d)(1) of the Public Utilities (PU) Code requires that baseline allowance quantities be set
in a range of 50 to 60 percent of average residential consumption, and 60 to 70 percent of such
consumption during the winter heating season for residential gas customers and residential all-
electric customers.

In compliance with D.02-04-026, SDG&E has revised its target baseline quantities attached hereto
based on 60 percent of the average residential consumption and 70 percent of such consumption
during the winter heating season for residential gas customers and residential all-electric customers.
 This is representative of the maximum percentage levels allowed by state law under Section 739
(d)(1) of the PU Code.

Climate Zones
On April 19, 2002, SDG&E filed a Motion with the Commission regarding its modified Climate Zone
Plan and a Petition for Modification of the Commission’s Phase 1 Interim Opinion. Specifically,
SDG&E requested that the Commission modify the Phase 1 Interim Opinion in order to allow
SDG&E to set electric baseline allowances at its new Coastal Zone customer's level for all current
Zone 1 customers beginning May 31, 2002 (even though the splitting of Climate Zone 1 would not
become effective until the July billing cycle).

In D.02-05-010, the Commission approved SDG&E’s modified Climate Zone Plan that affects certain
inland electric customers, by further increasing their baseline allowances commencing July 1, 2002.
 SDG&E’s Climate Zone 1 has been divided into two zones: the Coastal Zone and the Inland Zone.
The division of Climate Zone 1 effectively provides bill relief to electric customers located inland from
San Diego’s coastal areas. SDG&E's Electric Map 1, Territory Served, included in this filing, has
been revised to reflect the division of Zone 1 into the Coastal Zone and the Inland Zone, and also
reflects the applicable Mountain and Desert Zones.

Electric Baseline Allowances
For the June billing cycle, all Basic Service Climate Zone 1 customers will have a baseline
allowance of 309 kWh, and All-Electric Service Climate Zone 1 customers will have a baseline
allowance of 298 kWh, which represents the maximum level of the statutory range2. As mentioned
above, the new Climate Zone 1 split becomes effective with the July billing cycle. Therefore, in the
July billing cycle, the Climate Zone 1 baseline allowance for the Coastal Zone Basic Service
customers will continue at 309 kWh, all-electric customers will continue at 298 kWh, and for the
Inland Zone, the Basic Service baseline allowance will be 359 kWh, and all-electric service
customers will be 352 kWh, which represents the maximum level of the statutory range. SDG&E
has revised its applicable tariffs to reflect the June 1 though June 30, 2002 and July 1, 2002
baseline allowances. Workpapers showing the development of all the new electric baseline
allowances, including the applicable daily electric baseline allowances, have been included as


2
    The baseline allowances are based on the summer baseline allowance for Basic Service.
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Attachment C to this filing. Baseline changes for Schedule DM customers, which are not reflected
above, are included in the workpapers in Attachment C.

Gas Baseline Allowances
In accordance with D.02-04-026, baseline allowance quantities applicable to residential gas
customers, other than Schedule GM customers, increase from 43 to 47 therms per month during the
winter heating season (November through April) for all climate zones. Baseline allowance quantities
applicable to residential gas customers, other than Schedule GM customers, decrease from 17 to 15
therms per month during the summer season (May through October) for all climate zones.
Workpapers showing the development of the new gas baseline allowances, including the applicable
daily gas baseline allowances and the baseline allowances for Schedule GM customers, have been
included as Attachment C to this filing.

Balancing Account
In D.02-04-026, the Commission maintains revenue neutrality for the utilities until Phase 2 of this
proceeding by allowing SDG&E to establish a Baseline Balancing Account (BBA) to record any
electric and gas under/over collections resulting from the provisions established in D.02-04-026. In
compliance with Ordering Paragraph 11 of D.02-04-026, the gas and electric BBAs will record the
applicable gas revenue shortfalls and electric non-commodity revenue shortfalls associated with the
new residential baseline allowances, including any administrative costs associated with the medical
baseline outreach efforts authorized by D.02-04-026. Also, SDG&E requests authority to create a
sub-account in its existing Purchased Electric Commodity Account (PECA) to record any electric
commodity under/over collections associated with the new residential baseline allowances3.

D.02-04-026 states that any costs recorded in the BBA, or other applicable account, are recoverable
after the end of the rate freeze as set forth by Assembly Bill (AB) 1890. As the Commission is
aware, SDG&E is no longer under the rate freeze. Hence, in its upcoming Phase 2 testimony,
SDG&E will propose a method to recover the balance in the applicable accounts mentioned above.

Medical Baseline
SDG&E has provided outreach for medical baseline and implemented intensive outreach efforts for
this program since the beginning of the energy crisis in 2000. Ordering Paragraph 13 of D.02-04-
026 directs the utilities to provide medical baseline forms to customers in English, Spanish, and the
most prevalent Asian language in the utilities’ respective service territories. SDG&E has provided,
and will continue to provide, medical baseline forms to its customers in both English and Spanish.

SDG&E has revised its medical baseline forms to comply with Ordering Paragraph 15 of D.02-04-
026, which directs the utilities to make the font size at least 16 to 18 point and make it available
immediately upon request. SDG&E has revised the applicable forms to reflect a 16-point font size
and they are currently available to anyone upon request. At this time, SDG&E does not plan to
translate the current medical baseline forms to the most prevalent Asian language in its service
territory. As noted below, the medical baseline forms will be revised after review of the sample
forms from the Disability Rights Advocates (DRA). SDG&E will provide the revised forms in the most
prevalent Asian language once the Commission has approved them. The medical baseline forms
are available to anyone through SDG&E’s customer contact telephone center and bill payment
offices, or by electronic mail though the “Contact Us” option on SDG&E’s website. SDG&E’s
customer service telephone number is 1-800-411-SDGE(7343) and its website address is

3
    Due to billing system constraints and the complexities with calculating a baseline commodity shortfall, the
    electric commodity shortfall recorded in the PECA sub account will be calculated outside of the SDG&E
    billing system.
Public Utilities Commission                         4                                       May 9, 2002


www.sdge.com/solutions/assistance. Customers can also contact SDG&E’s Customer Service
Representatives by telephone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to discuss the medical baseline
program or a variety of assistance programs.

In compliance with Ordering Paragraph 18 of D.02-04-026, SDG&E has included Attachment D
which describes SDG&E’s outreach efforts for the medical baseline program to Independent Living
Centers and Senior Organizations within its service territory.

Per Ordering Paragraph 19 of D.02-04-026, DRA shall file and serve samples of the medical
baseline forms to the electric and gas utility companies within 30 days from the date of D.02-04-026.
 Once received, the utility companies shall have 30 days to respond to the sample forms from DRA.
After agreement has been reached between all parties on the revised medical baseline forms,
SDG&E will file an advice letter to revise the current medical baseline forms, including presenting
the forms in the most prevalent Asian language.

By this filing, SDG&E requests approval of its revised electric and gas tariffs as attached hereto.

PROTEST
Anyone may protest this Advice Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission. The protest
must state the grounds upon which it is based, including such items as financial and service impact,
and should be submitted expeditiously. The protest must be made in writing and must be received
within 20 days of the date this Advice Letter was filed with the Commission. There is no restriction
on who may file a protest. The address for mailing or delivering a protest to the Commission is:

       IMC Branch Chief
       Energy Division
       California Public Utilities Commission
       505 Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor
       San Francisco, CA 94102

Copies of the protest should also be sent via e-mail to the attention of both Jerry Royer
(jjr@cpuc.ca.gov) and to Honesto Gatchalian (jnj@cpuc.ca.gov) of the Energy Division. A copy of
the protest should also be sent via both e-mail and facsimile to the address shown below on the
same date it is mailed or delivered to the Commission.

       Attn: James Frank
       Tariffs Manager
       8315 Century Park Court, Room 22D
       San Diego, CA 92123-1550
       Facsimile No. (858) 654-1788
       E-mail: jfrank@SempraUtilities.com

EFFECTIVE DATE
SDG&E hereby requests that this filing become effective May 31, 2002, in accordance with
Ordering Paragraph 12 of D.02-04-026.

NOTICE
In accordance with Section III-G of General Order 96-A, a copy of this filing has been served on the
utilities and interested parties shown on the attached list, including interested parties in R.01-05-047,
by providing them a copy hereof either electronically or via the U.S. mail, properly stamped and
addressed.
Public Utilities Commission                                   5                                  May 9, 2002



Address changes should be directed to Merrie Lamb by facsimile at (858) 654-1788 or by e-mail at
mlamb@SempraUtilities.com.


                                                     _____________________________
                                                              J. STEVE RAHON
                                                   Director – Tariffs & Regulatory Accounts

Enclosures

(cc list enclosed)


(S:Reg_aff/Data/AdviceLetters/Elec & Gas/1404-E&1312-G.doc)




G.O. 96-A, Sec. III (G)
ADVICE LETTER FILING MAILING LIST
CC: (w/enclosures)
____________________________________________________________________

   Public Utilities Commission                                      W. Franklin
    Director - ORA                                                  W. Scott - ORA
    Thomas Lew - ORA                                              California Energy Commission
    M. Pocta - ORA                                                  Gail Budin-Gordon
    J. Grieg - ORA                                                Advantage Energy, LLC
    M.D. McNamara - ORA                                           Alcantar & Kahl
Public Utilities Commission                   6                                May 9, 2002


AMDAX                                             Sithe Energies
American Energy Institute                         Solar Turbines
Anza Electric Cooperative                         Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan LLP
Arter & Hadden LLP                                Southern California Edison
Barkovich & Yap, Inc.                             TRW
Bartle Wells Associates                           TURN, Michel Florio
BENTEK Energy Technologies                        UCAN, Michael Shames
Burlington Resources                              URM Group, Inc
California Farm Bureau Federation                 Utility Cost Management LLC
Calpine                                           Utility Solutions Inc.
CCTA                                              Utility Specialists, Southwest, Inc.
Children’s Hospital & Health Center               Vulcan Materials - CalMat Div.
City of Poway                                     Viterra Energy Services
City of San Diego                                 Western Manufactured Housing Communities
Commonwealth Energy Corp                             Association
Crossborder Services                              White & Case LLP
CSC Energy Services                               Interested Parties in R.01-05-047
Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
Dept of General Services
Dept of The Navy
Dept of Veteran Affairs Medical Center
Dynegy, Inc.
Ellison Schneider & Harris LLP
Energy Law Group LLP
Energy Solutions
Energy Strategies, Inc.
Enron Capital & Trade (2)
G.A. Koteen Associates, Inc
G.E. Goodrich Co
Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, Scholtz & Ritchie
Green Mountain.Com Company
Henwood Energy Services
HMH Resources
Interstate Gas Services, Inc.
J.B.S. Energy
Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue
Kyocera America Inc
LeBoeuf, Lamb, Green & MacRae LLP
LSW Engineers, California Inc.
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP
ManageAmerica
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
Modesto Irrigation District
Morrison & Foerster
MRW & Associates
Naval Facilities Engineering
NCR Corp
New Energy, Inc¸ an AES Company
New West Energy
Onsite Energy Corporation
O’Rourke & Company
Pacific Gas & Electric
Pacific Utility Audit
Poway Unified School District
R.M. Hairston Company
Recon Research Corp
Robinsons-May Dept. Stores
Rohr, Inc.
San Diego Regional Energy Office
School Project for Utility Rate Reduction
Scripps Health
Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP
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                                  ATTACHMENT A
                                ADVICE LETTER 1404-E

     Cal. P.U.C.                                                    Canceling Cal.
     Sheet No.                      Title of Sheet                 P.U.C. Sheet No.

Revised 15215-E    PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, II. BALANCING         Revised 15140-E
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 1
Revised 15216-E    PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, II. BALANCING         Revised 15167-E
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 25
Revised 15217-E    PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, II. BALANCING         Revised 15168-E
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 26
Original 15218-E   PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, II. BALANCING
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 27


Revised 15219-E    SCHEDULE DR, DOMESTIC SERVICE, Sheet 2       Revised 14805-E


Revised 15220-E    SCHEDULE DR-LI, DOMESTIC SERVICE - CARE      Revised 13670-E
                   Program, Sheet 4


Revised 15221-E    SCHEDULE DM, MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE, Sheet 2   Revised 14807-E
Revised 15222-E    SCHEDULE DM, MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE, Sheet 3   Revised 12528-E


Revised 15223-E    SCHEDULE DS, SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY         Revised 13675-E
                   SERVICE, Sheet 4


Revised 15224-E    SCHEDULE DT, SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY         Revised 14021-E
                   SERVICE - MOBILEHOME PARK, Sheet 4


Revised 15225-E    SCHEDULE DT-RV, SUBMETERED SERVICE -         Revised 11635-E
                   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS AND
                   RESIDENTIAL MARINAS, Sheet 4


Revised 15226-E    SCHEDULE D-SMF, COGENERATION OR SMALL        Revised 14031-E
                   POWER PRODUCTION ASSIST, Sheet 4


Revised 15227-E    SCHEDULE DR-TOU, EXPERIMENTAL DOMESTIC       Revised 12708-E
                   TIME-OF-USE SERVICE, Sheet 3


Revised 15228-E    INDEX OF AREA MAPS, Sheet 1                  Revised 15158-E


Revised 15229-E    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 1                   Revised 15193-E
Revised 15230-E    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 2                   Revised 15211-E
Revised 15231-E    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 4                   Revised 15157-E




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                                                                           Page 1 of 1
                                  ATTACHMENT B
                                ADVICE LETTER 1312-G

     Cal. P.U.C.                                                Canceling Cal.
     Sheet No.                      Title of Sheet             P.U.C. Sheet No.

Revised 12307-G    PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, IV. BALANCING     Revised 12203-G
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 1
Original 12308-G   PRELIMINARY STATEMENT, IV. BALANCING
                   ACCOUNTS, Sheet 23


Revised 12309-G    SCHEDULE GR, DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS        Revised 11029-G
                   SERVICE, Sheet 2


Revised 12310-G    SCHEDULE GR-LI, DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS     Revised 11799-G
                   SERVICE - CARE PROGRAM, Sheet 3


Revised 12311-G    SCHEDULE GM, MULTI-FAMILY NATURAL GAS    Revised 8189-G
                   SERVICE, Sheet 2


Revised 12312-G    SCHEDULE GS, SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY     Revised 8191-G
                   NATURAL GAS SERVICE, Sheet 3


Revised 12313-G    SCHEDULE GT, SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY     Revised 8192-G
                   NATURAL GAS SERVICE - MOBILEHOME PARK,
                   Sheet 3


Revised 12314-G    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 1               Revised 12304-G
Revised 12315-G    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 2               Revised 12305-G




                                           1
                                                                         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15215-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                        Canceling        Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15140-E

                                        PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                               Sheet 1
                                          II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS


                  Description                                                             Sheet No.


         Balancing Account (defined)                                                              2


A.       DSM Financing Rate Balancing Account (DSMFR)                                             2


B.       California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE)
         Adjustment Clause                                                                        4


C.       Electric Vehicle Adjustment Clause (EVAC)                                                6


D.       Rewards and Penalties Balancing Account                                                  8


E.       Transition Cost Balancing Account (TCBA)                                                 10

F.       Post-1997 Electric Energy Efficiency Balancing Account (PEEEBA)                          17

G.       Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) Balancing Account                         18

H.       Renewables Balancing Account                                                             20

I.       Tree Trimming Balancing Account (TTBA)                                                   21

J.       Consolidated Restructuring Section 376 Account (CRS376A)                                 23

K.       Purchased Electric Commodity Account (PECA)                                              25

L.       Baseline Balancing Account (BBA)                                                         27                      N




                                                        (Continued)
1H10                                                     Issued by                    Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                        Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                      Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                     Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                             Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15216-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                           Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15167-E

                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                              Sheet 25
                                               II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS



K.         PURCHASED ELECTRIC COMMODITY ACCOUNT (PECA)

           1.       Purpose: The purpose of the PECA is to:                                                                   T

                    a.       provide full recovery of the authorized cost of utility’s retained generation (URG) and
                             its ISO related costs for its bundled service customers. Reference is made to
                             Commission Decisions (D.) 99-05-051, D.99-10-057, and D.01-09-059. Adjustments
                             shall be made to reflect the impact of rewards/penalties resulting from the utility’s
                             future Electric Commodity Performance Based Ratemaking (PBR) mechanism, if
                             approved. The Electric Commodity PBR mechanism, which is to be addressed in a
                             later phase of the PTR proceedings, will provide a measure of the utility’s
                             procurement of energy and ancillary services on behalf of its Utility Distribution
                             Company (UDC) bundled service customers and its administration of existing long-
                             term power contracts against specific benchmarks. The items identified in this                   T
                             section shall be recorded into the URG/ISO Subaccount within the PECA.                           N

                    b.       Record the revenue under/(over) collection associated with baseline allowance                    N
                             changes as authorized in Commission Decision (D.) 02-04-026, and as modified by                  |
                             D.02-05-010, from May 31, 2002 until a ratemaking decision is issued in Phase 2 of               |
                             OIR 01-05-047. The items identified in this section shall be recorded into the                   |
                             Baseline Subaccount within the PECA.                                                             N

           2.       Applicability: The PECA URG/ISO Subaccount shall apply only to the utility’s bundled                      T
                    service customers. The PECA Baseline Subaccount shall apply to only residential bundled                   T
                    service customers.

           3.       Schedule EECC Rate:          The energy rate charged to customers as stated in the utility’s
                    Schedule EECC tariff.

           4.       Accounting Procedure: The utility shall maintain the PECA by making entries at the end of
                    each month to the following subaccounts as follows:                                                       T

                    a.       URG/ISO Subaccount                                                                               N

                             (1)        A debit entry equal to the actual costs of energy purchased from qualifying           T
                                        facilites (QFs) on behalf of UDC bundled service customers, subject to later
                                        “true-up” adjustments.

                             (2)        A debit entry equal to the cost of energy provided from SONGS under the               T
                                        ICIP mechanism for energy served on behalf of bundled service customers,
                                        subject to later “true-up” adjustments.

                             (3)        A debit entry equal to the actual costs of ISO/PX uplift charges and energy           T
                                        and ancillary services procurement costs for purchases made on behalf of
                                        UDC bundled service customers, subject to later “true-up” adjustments.

                             (4)        A debit entry equal to any reward earned from the prior month under a                 T
                                        future Electric Commodity PBR mechanism.




                                                           (Continued)
25H13                                                       Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                           Lee Schavrien                      Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                          Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                         Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                             Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15217-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                           Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15168-E

                                            PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                              Sheet 26
                                               II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS


K.         PURCHASED ELECTRIC COMMODITY ACCOUNT (PECA) (Continued)

           4.       Accounting Procedure (Continued)
                                                                                                                              N
                    a.       URG/ISO Subaccount (Continued)

                               (5)      A credit entry equal to the revenues received from Schedule EECC less the             T
                                        revenues paid to the Department of Water Resources (DWR). Revenues
                                        shall be adjusted for an allowance for franchise fees and uncollectibles
                                        expense.

                             (6)        A credit entry equal to any penalty earned from the prior month under a               T
                                        future Electric Commodity PBR mechanism.

                             (7)        A debit or credit entry to accrued revenues or incurred costs associated with         T
                                        firm transmission rights.

                             (8)        An entry equal to accrued revenues or incurred costs associated with                  T
                                        bilateral contracts for energy, ancillary services, and capacity products.

                             (9)        Interest shall be calculated on the average of the balance at the beginning           T
                                        of the month and the balance after entries 4.a. (1) through 4.a.(8) at a rate         T
                                        equal to one-twelfth of the interest rate on three-month Commercial Paper
                                        for the previous month, as reported in the Federal Reserve Statistical
                                        Release, H.15, or its successor publication.

                    b.       Baseline Subaccount                                                                              N
                                                                                                                              |
                                (1)     A debit or credit entry equal to the recorded revenue shortfall associated            |
                                        with changes to baseline allowances.                                                  |
                                                                                                                              |
                                (2)     An entry equal to the recorded revenue from the amortization of the balance           |
                                        in the Baseline Subaccount upon Commission approval.                                  |
                                                                                                                              |
                                (3)     Interest shall be calculated on the average of the balance at the beginning           |
                                        of the month and the balance after entries 4.b. (1) through 4.b.(2) at a rate         |
                                        equal to one-twelfth of the interest rate on three-month Commercial Paper             |
                                        for the previous month, as reported in the Federal Reserve Statistical                |
                                        Release, H.15, or its successor publication.                                          N

           5.       Disposition

                    a.       Recovery of any undercollection in the PECA URG/ISO Subaccount shall be                          T
                             determined in a future Commission proceeding, which will address URG cost                        T
                             recovery. Any overcollection accrued in the PECA post September 30, 2001 will, on
                             a net annual basis (starting January 1, 2003), be used to offset the undercollection
                             in the ERSA, a subaccount of the Transition Cost Balancing Account (TCBA), until                 T
                             the undercollection is eliminated. Any remaining overcollection thereafter will remain
                             in the PECA until its disposition is determined.

                    b.       The disposition of the balance in the PECA Baseline Subaccount will be decided at                N
                             such time as the Commission issues a decision in Phase 2 of OIR 01-05-047.                       N

                                                           (Continued)
26H16                                                       Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                            Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                          Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                         Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                           Original   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15218-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                         Canceling                    Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

                                         PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                                Sheet 27
                                             II. BALANCING ACCOUNTS


L.         BASELINE BALANCING ACCOUNT (BBA)                                                                                  N
                                                                                                                             |
           1.       Purpose                                                                                                  |
                                                                                                                             |
                    The BBA is an interest bearing balancing account that is recorded on the Utility’s financial             |
                    statements. The purpose of this account is to record the non-commodity revenue under/(over)              |
                    collection associated with baseline allowance changes as authorized in Commission Decision               |
                    (D.) 02-04-026, and as modified by D.02-05-010, from May 31, 2002 until a ratemaking                     |
                    decision is issued in Phase 2 of OIR 01-05-047. This account also records the administrative             |
                    costs for the medical baseline program changes authorized in D.02-04-026. The BBA                        |
                    maintains revenue neutrality for the Utility until customer rates are revised in conjunction with        |
                    the baseline allowance changes. D.02-04-026 orders the Utility to set its baseline allowances            |
                    at the highest percentage allowed by Public Utilities Code Section 739 using current energy              |
                    consumption data.                                                                                        |
                                                                                                                             |
                    Electric Utility Distribution Company (UDC) rate impacts due to baseline allowance changes               |
                    will be recorded in the BBA. Electric commodity impacts due to baseline allowance changes                |
                    will be recorded in a subaccount within the Purchased Electric Commodity Account, which is a             |
                    balancing account.                                                                                       |
                                                                                                                             |
           2.       Applicability                                                                                            |
                                                                                                                             |
                    The BBA shall apply to all residential customers.                                                        |
                                                                                                                             |
           3.       Rates                                                                                                    |
                                                                                                                             |
                    The BBA balance will be included in electric UDC rates upon Commission approval.                         |
                                                                                                                             |
           4.       Accounting Procedure                                                                                     |
                                                                                                                             |
                    The Utility shall maintain the BBA by making entries at the end of each month as follows:                |
                                                                                                                             |
                    a.       A debit or credit entry equal to the recorded revenue shortfall associated with                 |
                             changes to baseline allowances.                                                                 |
                                                                                                                             |
                    b.       A debit entry equal to the administrative costs associated with the medical baseline            |
                             program changes.                                                                                |
                                                                                                                             |
                    c.       An entry equal to the recorded revenue from the amortization of the balance in the              |
                             BBA upon Commission approval.                                                                   |
                                                                                                                             |
                    d.       Interest shall be calculated on the average of the balance at the beginning of the              |
                             month and the balance after entries 4.a and 4.b above shall be one-twelfth of the               |
                             interest rate on three-month Commercial Paper for the previous month, as reported in            |
                             the Federal Reserve Statistical Release, H.15, or its successor publication.                    |
                                                                                                                             |
           5.       Disposition                                                                                              |
                                                                                                                             |
                    The disposition of the balance in the BBA will be decided at such time as the Commission                 |
                    issues a decision in Phase 2 of OIR 01-05-047.                                                           N



                                                         (Continued)
27H19                                                     Issued by                      Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                         Lee Schavrien                       Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                        Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                       Regulatory Affairs                 Resolution No.
                                                  Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                15228-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California        Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                15158-E
                                                                                                  Sheet 1




                                             AREA MAPS




                                       Map 1 - Territory Served




                                            (See Attached)




1C11                                                 Issued by                   Date Filed        May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.    1404-E                        Lee Schavrien                   Effective        May 31, 2002
                   02-04-026                      Vice President
Decision No.       02-05-010                     Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.      15219-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California                          Canceling          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.      14805-E
                                               SCHEDULE DR                                                         Sheet 2
                                              DOMESTIC SERVICE


RATES (Continued)

Fixed Transition Amount Adjustment
For residential and small commercial customers as defined in Rule 1 – Definitions, and as described in Public
Utilities Code Section 331(h), the rates shown above will be adjusted in accordance with the rates set forth in
Schedule FTA.

Franchise Fee Differential
A Franchise Fee Differential of 1.9% will be applied to the monthly billings calculated under this schedule for all
customers within the corporate limits of the City of San Diego. Such Franchise Fee Differential shall be so
indicated and added as a separate item to bills rendered to such customers.



SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.       Load Checks. The utility has the right to make load checks to verify the possession and use of
         appliances for which baseline quantities are being allowed. In the event that a customer is found, by
         load check, not to have the necessary appliances to qualify for a specific baseline quantity previously
         declared by the customer, the utility shall have the right to rebill the customer's previous 11 months'
         bills using the baseline quantities found to be appropriate.

2.       Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.

3.       Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:

                                                              Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                         T
                                                    Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert                  T
         Basic Allowance
          Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   15.5               17.3             T
          June 1 to June 30, 2002                   10.2                 10.2                                                N
          July 1, 2002                              10.2                 11.8                                                N

          Winter (November 1 to April 30)           10.8                 11.5            14.6               12.0             T


         All Electric**
          Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   18.4               19.5             T
          June 1 to June 30, 2002                    9.8                  9.8                                                N
          July 1, 2002                               9.8                 11.6                                                N

          Winter (November 1 to April 30)           16.6                 19.1            29.5               22.3             T




                                                       (Continued)
2H23                                                    Issued by                      Date Filed              May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.    1404-E                          Lee Schavrien                       Effective              May 31, 2002
                   02-04-026                         Vice President
Decision No.       02-05-010                        Regulatory Affairs                 Resolution No.
                                                          Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                      15220-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California             Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                      13670-E

                                                  SCHEDULE DR-LI                                                Sheet 4
                                         DOMESTIC SERVICE - CARE Program


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

10.        Baseline Usage.         The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline
           usage:

                                                                   Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                     T
                                                         Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert              T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                      15.5          17.3              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                      10.2                 10.2                                            N
            July 1, 2002                                 10.2                 11.8                                            N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)             10.8                 11.5            14.6          12.0              T


           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                      18.4          19.5              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                       9.8                  9.8                                            N
            July 1, 2002                                  9.8                 11.6                                            N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)             16.6                 19.1            29.5          22.3              T

 -----------------------------
 *         Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.

**         All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently installed space
           heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kwhr per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kwhr per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kwhr per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.

11.        Voltage. Service under this schedule will be supplied at the standard lighting voltage.




                                                            (Continued)
4H21                                                         Issued by                   Date Filed             May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.        1404-E                            Lee Schavrien                   Effective             May 31, 2002
                       02-04-026                          Vice President
Decision No.           02-05-010                         Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                       Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    15227-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California          Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    12708-E

                                        SCHEDULE DR-TOU                                                    Sheet 3
                          EXPERIMENTAL DOMESTIC TIME-OF-USE SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.         Baseline Credit. A Baseline Credit is applicable only to separately metered residential usage.

2.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity should be used in determining a customer's
           baseline credit.
                                                          Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                          T
                                                  Coastal           Inland         Mountain       Desert                  T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                           15.5           17.3                    T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002               10.2              10.2                                                  N
            July 1, 2002                          10.2              11.8                                                  N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)          10.8                 11.5            14.6         12.0              T


           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   18.4         19.5              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                    9.8                  9.8                                           N
            July 1, 2002                               9.8                 11.6                                           N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)       16.6           19.1                     29.5         22.3              T
-----------------------------
           *Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No.1.

           **All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently
           installed space heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another
           source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kwhr per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kwhr per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kwhr per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.

3.         Voltage. Service under this schedule will be supplied at the standard lighting voltage.

4.         Welder Service. Service under this schedule will be supplied to a welder load of 2.9 Kva or less at
           240 volts, and to 0.5 Kva or less at 120 volts. Welders will be rated in accordance with Rule 2F-1.


                                                         (Continued)
3H18                                                      Issued by                   Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                          Lee Schavrien                   Effective           May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                        Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                       Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15221-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                         Canceling        Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    14807-E
                                                 SCHEDULE DM                                                 Sheet 2
                                              MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE


RATES (Continued)

Fixed Transition Amount Adjustment
For residential and small commercial customers as defined in Rule 1 – Definitions, and as described in Public
Utilities Code Section 331(h), the rates shown above will be adjusted in accordance with the rates set forth in
and Schedule FTA.

Franchise Fee Differential
A Franchise Fee Differential of 1.9% will be applied to the monthly billings calculated under this schedule for
all customers within the corporate limits of the City of San Diego. Such Franchise Fee Differential shall be so
indicated and added as a separate item to bills rendered to such customers.


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.         Multiplier. In determination of the multiplier it is the responsibility of the customer to advise the
           utility within 15 days following any change in the number of residential dwelling units and
           mobilehomes wired for service.

2.         Miscellaneous Loads.    Miscellaneous electrical loads such as general lighting, laundry rooms,
           general maintenance, and other similar usage incidental to the operation of the premises as a multi-
           family accommodation will be considered as domestic usage.

3.         Exclusions. Electric energy for non-domestic enterprises such as rooming houses, boarding houses,
           dormitories, rest homes, military barracks, transient trailer parks, stores, restaurants, service stations
           and other similar establishments must be separately metered and billed under the applicable general
           service schedule.

4.         Baseline Quantity. The customer shall receive a baseline quantity equal to the basic allowance
           times the number of single-family accommodations served through the meter plus such additional
           quantities as may be justified based upon load information supplied by the customer. It is the
           responsibility of the customer to advise the utility within 15 days following any change in loads
           eligible for baseline allowances.

5.         Load Checks. The utility has the right to make load checks to verify the possession and use of                  L
           appliances for which baseline quantities are being allowed. In the event that a customer is found, by           |
           load check, not to have the necessary appliances to qualify for a specific baseline quantity previously         |
           declared by the customer, the utility shall have the right to rebill the customer's previous 11 months'         |
           bills using the baseline quantities found to be appropriate.                                                    |
                                                                                                                           |
6.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.                     L




                                                        (Continued)
2H19                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                         Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                       Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                        15222-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California          Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                        12528-E

                                                 SCHEDULE DM                                                    Sheet 3
                                               MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)
                                                                                                                              L
7.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:


                                                                Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                        T
                                                      Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert                 T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   9.3           13.8                 T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                    6.1                 6.1                                                N
            July 1, 2002                               6.1                 7.1                                                N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)           6.5                 6.9             8.8            7.2                 T

           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)               7.3                 7.3             11.1          15.9                 T

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)          11.6                 11.6            17.7          14.9                 T

-----------------------------

*          Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.

**         All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently
           installed space heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kwhr per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kwhr per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kwhr per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.




                                                         (Continued)
3H22                                                      Issued by                   Date Filed                May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.        1404-E                         Lee Schavrien                   Effective             May 31, 2002
                       02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.           02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                        Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    15223-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California           Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    13675-E

                                                  SCHEDULE DS                                                Sheet 4
                                        SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

7.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:


                                                                 Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                    T
                                                       Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert             T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                    15.5         17.3              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                    10.2                 10.2                                           N
            July 1, 2002                               10.2                 11.8                                           N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)           10.8                 11.5            14.6         12.0              T


           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                    18.4         19.5              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                     9.8                  9.8                                           N
            July 1, 2002                                9.8                 11.6                                           N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)           16.6                 19.1            29.5         22.3              T

     -----------------------------
*             Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.
**         All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently
           installed space heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another
           source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kwhr per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kwhr per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kwhr per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.

8.         Welder Service. Service under this schedule will be supplied to a welder load of 2.9 Kva or less at
           240 volts, and to 0.5 Kva or less at 120 volts. Welders will be rated in accordance with Rule 2F-1.




                                                          (Continued)
4H18                                                       Issued by                   Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                           Lee Schavrien                   Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                         Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                        Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                       Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                     15224-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California          Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                     14021-E

                                            SCHEDULE DT                                                      Sheet 4
                    SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY SERVICE - MOBILEHOME PARK


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

7.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:

                                                                Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                     T
                                                      Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert              T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   15.5          17.3              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                   10.2                 10.2                                            N
            July 1, 2002                              10.2                 11.8                                            N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)          10.8                 11.5            14.6          12.0              T


           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   18.4          19.5              T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                    9.8                  9.8                                            N
            July 1, 2002                               9.8                 11.6                                            N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)          16.6                 19.1            29.5          22.3              T

-----------------------------
*          Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.

**         All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently
           installed space heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another
           source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kWh per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kWh per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kWh per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.

8.         Welder Service. Service under this schedule will be supplied to a welder load of 2.9 kVa or less at
           240 volts, and to 0.5 kVa or less at 120 volts. Welders will be rated in accordance with Rule 2F-1.




                                                         (Continued)
4H18                                                      Issued by                   Date Filed             May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1404-E                          Lee Schavrien                   Effective             May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                        Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                       Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                     Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    15225-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California           Canceling    Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                    11635-E

                                       SCHEDULE DT-RV                                                    Sheet 4
       SUBMETERED SERVICE - RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS AND RESIDENTIAL
                                  MARINAS


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

8.       Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for baseline
         usage:

                                                              Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                    T
                                                    Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert             T
         Basic Allowance
          Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   15.5         17.3              T
          June 1 to June 30, 2002                   10.2                 10.2                                           N
          July 1, 2002                              10.2                 11.8                                           N

          Winter (November 1 to April 30)           10.8                 11.5            14.6         12.0              T


         All Electric**
          Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                   18.4         19.5              T
          June 1 to June 30, 2002                    9.8                  9.8                                           N
          July 1, 2002                               9.8                 11.6                                           N

          Winter (November 1 to April 30)           16.6                 19.1            29.5         22.3              T

-----------------------------
 *         Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.

**       All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently
         installed space heating or who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another
         source.

         Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
         the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
         paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
         a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
         standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
         allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kWh per day.

         Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
         or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kWh per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
         of 16.5 kWh per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

         The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
         State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
         Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

         By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
         sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
         14.




                                                       (Continued)
4H18                                                    Issued by                   Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.    1404-E                           Lee Schavrien                   Effective           May 31, 2002
                   02-04-026                         Vice President
Decision No.       02-05-010                        Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                                                  Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.          15226-E
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                                Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.          14031-E

                                                    SCHEDULE D-SMF                                                           Sheet 4
                                COGENERATION OR SMALL POWER PRODUCTION ASSIST


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

       8. Baseline Usage. The following quantities of electricity are to be billed at the rates for Baseline
          Usage, subject to adjustment by Special Condition 5:

                                                                      Baseline Allowance For Climatic Zones*                             T
                                                            Coastal           Inland         Mountain        Desert                      T
           Basic Allowance
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                          15.5                17.3               T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                         10.2                 10.2                                                    N
            July 1, 2002                                    10.2                 11.8                                                    N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)                10.8                 11.5             14.6                12.0               T


           All Electric**
            Summer (May 1 to October 31)                                                          18.4                19.5               T
            June 1 to June 30, 2002                          9.8                  9.8                                                    N
            July 1, 2002                                     9.8                 11.6                                                    N

             Winter (November 1 to April 30)                16.6                 19.1             29.5                22.3               T

-----------------------------
*          Climatic Zones are shown on the Territory Served, Map No. 1.

**         All Electric allowances are available upon application to those customers who have permanently installed space heating or
           who have electric water heating and receive no energy from another source.

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household, or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 16.5 kWh per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 16.5 kWh per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments
           of 16.5 kWh per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of energy. The supply of all energy by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule
           14.




                                                               (Continued)
4H20                                                            Issued by                       Date Filed                 May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.        1404-E                              Lee Schavrien                        Effective                May 31, 2002
                       02-04-026                             Vice President
Decision No.           02-05-010                            Regulatory Affairs                  Resolution No.
                                                                                              Revised       Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.      15229-E
   San Diego Gas & Electric Company
         San Diego, California                                            Canceling           Revised       Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.      15193-E

                                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                              Sheet 1




The following sheets contain all the effective rates and rules affecting rates, service and information relating
thereto, in effect on the date indicated herein.
                                                                                Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No

TITLE PAGE.....................................................................                                                       4812-E

TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................                  15229, 15230, 15185, 15231, 15194, 14109-E                    T
                                                                                                     15186, 15187, 15163, 14872-E
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT:
 I. General Information...................................................                                               8274, 14883, 11441-E

 II. Balancing Accounts...........................................…….                  15215, 15067, 11667, 15068, 11345, 15069-E                    T
                                                                                       11347, 13252, 13253, 15070, 14884, 14790-E
                                                                                       14269, 14270, 14271, 15071, 15072, 15073-E
                                                                                       12412, 15074, 15075, 13254, 12731, 15076-E
                                                                                                            15216, 15217, 15218-E                    T


 III. Memorandum Accounts...........................................                   14794, 15078, 12423, 12424, 15079, 15080-E
                                                                                       15081, 15082, 15083, 15084, 12431, 12432-E
                                                                                       12433, 12434, 12435, 15085, 15086, 15087-E
                                                                                       15088, 15089, 15090, 15091, 15092, 15093-E
                                                                                       15094, 15095, 12447, 13799, 13800, 15096-E
                                                                                       13802, 13803, 15097, 15098, 15099, 13807-E
                                                                                       15100, 13809, 15131, 13935, 15101, 15102-E
                                                                                       15103, 14797, 14798, 14799, 14800, 14801-E
                                                                                                            14802, 14803, 14804-E

 IV. Electric Distribution and Gas Performance                                         12125, 12126, 12127, 12128, 12129, 12130-E
      Based Ratemaking (PBR) Mechanism……………                                            12131, 13256, 12133, 12134, 12135, 12136-E
                                                                                                            12137, 12138, 12139-E


 V. SONGS 2&3 Ratemaking Procedure.......................                              15104, 12462, 12463, 12464, 12465, 12466-E
                                                                                                     12467, 12468, 15132, 15133-E


VI. Miscellaneous........................................................              13810, 12473, 15105, 12475, 12476, 14992-E
                                                                                       12478, 15106, 12480, 12481, 13257, 12483-E
                                                                                                     12484, 12485, 12486, 15107-E


INDEX OF RATE AREA MAPS
 Map 1 - Territory Served........................................................................................................    15228-E         T
 Map 1-A - Territory Served....................................................................................................       4916-E
 Map 1-B - Territory Served....................................................................................................       7295-E
 Map 1-C - Territory Served....................................................................................................       9135-E
 Map 1-D - Territory Served....................................................................................................       9136-E




                                                                         (Continued)
1H8                                                                       Issued by                              Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.         1404-E                                       Lee Schavrien                               Effective            May 31, 2002
                        02-04-026                                     Vice President
Decision No.            02-05-010                                    Regulatory Affairs                          Resolution No.
                                                                                      Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15230-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California                                     Canceling           Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15211-E

                                                 TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                       Sheet 2




                                                     SCHEDULE OF RATES

SCHEDULE
NUMBER                                      SERVICE                                                CAL. P.U.C. SHEET NO._

                                  Residential Rates

 DR               Domestic Service….................................................              15001, 15219, 14712, 14887-E         T
 DR-LI            Domestic Service - CARE Program.........................                 15002, 14806, 14556, 15220, 14714-E         T
                                                                                                                       14889-E
 E-LI             Service to Qualified Living Facilities........................              14592, 14593, 8872, 8873, 8874-E
 DM               Multi-Family Service..........................................…..        15003, 15221, 15222, 14716, 14891-E         T
 DS               Submetered Multi-Family Service............................              15004, 14893, 13674, 15223, 14561-E         T
                                                                                                                14718, 14894-E
 DT               Submetered Multi-Family Service - ........................               15005, 14896, 14020, 15224, 14563-E         T
                   Mobilehome Park..................................................                     14023, 14720, 14897-E
 DT-RV            Submetered Service - Recreational.........................               15006, 14899, 13686, 15225, 14565-E         T
                   Vehicle Parks and Residential Marinas................                                        14722, 14900-E
 D-SMF            Cogeneration or Small Power .................................            15007, 14902, 14030, 15226, 14032-E         T
                   Production Assist..................................................                          14567, 14903-E
 EV-TOU           Domestic Time-of-Use for Electric...........................
                    Vehicle Charging.................................................                     15008, 14812, 14905-E
 EV-TOU-2         Domestic Time-of-Use for Households....................
                    with Electric Vehicles...........................................             15009, 14813, 14724, 14907-E
 EV-TOU-3         Domestic Time-of-Use for Electric Vehicle
                    Charging with a Dual Meter Adapter...................                         15010, 14814, 12545, 14909-E
 DE               Domestic Service to Utility Employee......................                                         10777.1-E


                                 Commercial/Industrial Rates

 A                General Service.......................................................          15011, 14815, 14726, 14911-E
 A-TC             Traffic Control Service...........................…………....                             15012, 14816, 14913-E
 AD               General Service - Demand Metered...............……..                                    15145, 14915, 14916-E
 A-TOU            General Service - Small - Time Metered………….                                     15146, 14964, 14089, 14965-E
 AL-TOU           General Service - Time Metered..................……….                     15014, 15015, 15147, 14818, 14378-E
                                                                                                                14919, 14380-E
 AY-TOU           General Service – Time Metered – Optional………                                    15017, 15148, 14922, 14923-E
 A6-TOU           General Service - Time Metered........………………                             15019, 15149, 14821, 14927, 14928-E
 A-V1             General Service - Variable Time-of-Use 1...............                  15021, 15150, 14930, 14063, 15108-E
                                                                                                                       15195-E
 A-V2             General Service - Variable Time-of-Use 2...............                  15023, 15151 14933, 14066, 14067-E
                                                                                                                       14934-E
 NJ               New Job Incentive Rate...........................................        15025, 15152, 12609, 14936, 14071-E
                                                                                                                14072, 15109-E




                                                                 (Continued)
2H8                                                               Issued by                        Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.    1404-E                                    Lee Schavrien                         Effective            May 31, 2002
                   02-04-026                                   Vice President
Decision No.       02-05-010                                  Regulatory Affairs                   Resolution No.
                                                                                 Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15231-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California                                  Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    15157-E

                                               TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                    Sheet 4




                                                  SCHEDULE OF RATES


SCHEDULE
NUMBER                                     SERVICE                                          CAL. P.U.C. SHEET NO._

                               Experimental Rates

 DR-TOU           Experimental Domestic                                                    15038, 14841, 15227, 14732-E           T
                   Time-of-Use Service.................................................                         14960-E
 DR-TOU-2         Experimental Domestic                                                    15039, 15040, 15041, 15042-E
                   Time-of-Use Service…………………………………..                                                           15043-E
 PG               Experimental Parallel Generation................................                   6356, 8677, 8678-E
 PA-TOU           Experimental Power - Agricultural -
                   Optional Time-of-Use...............................................            15045, 14844, 14967-E
 PA-T-1           Experimental Power - Agricultural - ............................         15046, 15153, 12660, 12661-E
                   Optional Time-of-Use................................................                  12662, 14969-E
 RTP-2            Experimental General Service-....................................        15048, 15154, 14971, 14095-E
                  Day Ahead Price Signals.............................................                   14397, 14972-E




      LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS........................................... 14296, 5488, 5489, 6205, 6206-E
                                                                                   5492, 6207, 6439, 5495, 6208-E
                                                                                   6209, 8845, 6109, 5902, 5750-E
                                                                                   8808, 8809, 6011, 8001, 8891-E
                                                                                                         13199-E




                                                              (Continued)
4H8                                                            Issued by                      Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.    1404-E                                 Lee Schavrien                       Effective            May 31, 2002
                   02-04-026                                Vice President
Decision No.       02-05-010                               Regulatory Affairs                 Resolution No.
                                                                         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.         12307-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                       Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.         12203-G

                                           PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                                 Sheet 1
                                            IV. BALANCING ACCOUNTS



                             Description                                                               Sheet No.


           Balancing Accounts (defined)                                                                    2

A.         Purchased Gas Account (PGA)                                                                     2

B.         Interstate Transition Cost Surcharge Account (ITCS)                                             6

C.         Curtailment Penalty Funds Account (CPFA)                                                        7

D.         California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Balancing Account                                  8

E.         Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) Adjustment Clause                                                     10

F          Gas Storage Balancing Account (GSBA)                                                            13

G.         Core Interstate Transition Cost Surcharge Account (CITCS)                                       17

H          Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D)                                                  18
           One-Way Balancing Account

I.         Post-1997 Gas Energy Efficiency Balancing Account (PGEEBA)                                      19

J.         Non-Margin Fixed Costs Account (NMFCA)                                                          20

K.         Rewards & Penalties Balancing Account (RPBA)                                                    22

L.         Baseline Balancing Account (BBA)                                                                23                  N




                                                       (Continued)
1H13                                                    Issued by                     Date Filed                 May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                       Lee Schavrien                      Effective                 May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                      Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                     Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                       Original    Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                 12308-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California          Canceling                Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

                                    PRELIMINARY STATEMENT                                                Sheet 23
                                        IV. BALANCING ACCOUNTS



L.         BASELINE BALANCING ACCOUNT (BBA)                                                                            N
                                                                                                                       |
           1.       Purpose                                                                                            |
                                                                                                                       |
                    The BBA is an interest bearing balancing account that is recorded on the Utility’s financial       |
                    statements. The purpose of this account is to record the revenue under/(over) collection           |
                    associated with baseline allowance changes as authorized in Commission Decision (D.) 02-           |
                    04-026, and as modified by D.02-05-010, from May 31, 2002 until a ratemaking decision is           |
                    issued in Phase 2 of OIR 01-05-047. The BBA maintains revenue neutrality for the Utility           |
                    until customer rates are revised in conjunction with the baseline allowance changes. D.02-         |
                    04-026 orders the Utility to set its baseline allowances at the highest percentage allowed by      |
                    Public Utilities Code Section 739 using current energy consumption data.                           |
                                                                                                                       |
                    Gas transportation rate impacts due to baseline allowance changes will be recorded in the          |
                    BBA. There are no gas commodity rate impacts related to baseline allowance changes.                |
                                                                                                                       |
           2.       Applicability                                                                                      |
                                                                                                                       |
                    The BBA shall apply to all residential customers.                                                  |
                                                                                                                       |
           3.       Rates                                                                                              |
                                                                                                                       |
                    The BBA balance will be included in gas transportation rates upon Commission approval.             |
                                                                                                                       |
           4.       Accounting Procedure                                                                               |
                                                                                                                       |
                    The Utility shall maintain the BBA by making entries at the end of each month as follows:          |
                                                                                                                       |
                    a.       A debit or credit entry equal to the recorded revenue shortfall associated with           |
                             changes to baseline allowances.                                                           |
                                                                                                                       |
                    b.       A debit entry equal to the administrative costs associaed with the medical baseline       |
                             program changes.                                                                          |
                                                                                                                       |
                    c.       An entry equal to the recorded revenue from the amortization of the balance in the        |
                             BBA upon Commission approval.                                                             |
                                                                                                                       |
                    d.       Interest shall be calculated on the average of the balance at the beginning of the        |
                             month and the balance after entries 4.a and 4.c above shall be one-twelfth of the         |
                             interest rate on three-month Commercial Paper for the previous month, as reported         |
                             in the Federal Reserve Statistical Release, H.15, or its successor publication.           |
                                                                                                                       |
           5.       Disposition                                                                                        |
                                                                                                                       |
                    The disposition of the balance in the BBA will be decided at such time as the Commission           |
                    issues a decision in Phase 2 of OIR 01-05-047.                                                     N




                                                         (Continued)
23H15                                                     Issued by                   Date Filed         May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                          Lee Schavrien                   Effective         May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                        Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                       Regulatory Affairs              Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12309-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                        Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    11029-G

                                                 SCHEDULE GR                                                 Sheet 2
                                        DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.

2.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of gas are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:
                                                                                      Daily Therm
                     All Customers:                          Code                       Allowance

               Summer (May 1 to October 31, inclusive)           B                            0.493                        R
               Winter (November 1 to April 30, inclusive)        B                            1.546                        I

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 0.822 therms per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 0.822 therms per day, the additional allowance will be granted in
           increments of 0.822 therms per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident’s life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of gas. The supply of all gas by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule 14.

3.         Discontinuance of Service. Service under this schedule is subject to discontinuance in whole or in
           part without notice in case of actual or anticipated shortage of natural gas resulting from an
           insufficient supply, inadequate transmission or delivery capacity or facilities, or storage requirements.
           The utility will not be liable for damages occasioned by interruption or discontinuance of service
           supplied under this schedule. Such interruption or discontinuance of service shall be made in
           accordance with Rule 14.

4.         Common Use Service. Service used in common for residential purposes in a multi-family dwelling,
           on a single premise, whether separately metered or combined with service to an individual dwelling
           unit, will be supplied under this schedule. Separately metered common use service to residential
           detached homes should be served under Schedule GN-1.




2H14                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                         Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                           Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12310-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                         Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    11799-G

                                                SCHEDULE GR-LI                                                Sheet 3
                              DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS SERVICE - CARE PROGRAM


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

5.         Notice From Customer. It is the customer's responsibility to notify the utility if there is a change in his
           eligibility status.

6.         Rebilling. Customers may be rebilled for periods of ineligibility under the applicable rate schedule.

7          Combined Rates. This schedule may not be combined with any other rate schedules.

8.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.

9.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of gas are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:

                                                                                           Daily Therm
                                                                           Code            Allowance
                     All Customers:

           Summer (May 1 to October 31, inclusive)                           B                 0.493                        R
           Winter (November 1 to April 30, inclusive)                        B                 1.546                        I

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 0.822 therms per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 0.822 therms per day, the additional allowance will be granted in
           increments of 0.822 therms per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of gas. The supply of all gas by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule 14.

10.        Discontinuance of Service. Service under this schedule is subject to discontinuance in whole or in
           part without notice in case of actual or anticipated shortage of natural gas resulting from an
           insufficient supply, inadequate transmission or delivery capacity or facilities, or storage requirements.
           The utility will not be liable for damages occasioned by interruption or discontinuance of service
           supplied under this schedule. Such interruption or discontinuance of service shall be made in
           accordance with Rule 14.

11.        Common Use Service. Service used in common for residential purposes in a multi-family dwelling,
           on a single premise, when combined with domestic service to an individual dwelling unit that qualifies
           for the CARE discount, will be supplied under this schedule.




3H15                                                      Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                         Lee Schavrien                      Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                        Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                       Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12311-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                         Canceling        Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.     8189-G

                                                 SCHEDULE GM                                                 Sheet 2
                                        MULTI-FAMILY NATURAL GAS SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1.         Multiplier. In determination of the multiplier it is the responsibility of the customer to advise the utility
           within 15 days following any change in the number of residential dwelling units and mobilehome spaces
           utilizing gas service.

2.         Exclusions. Gas service for non-domestic enterprises such as roominghouses, boarding houses,
           dormitories, rest homes, military barracks, transient trailer parks, stores, restaurants, service stations,
           and other similar establishments will be separately metered and billed under the applicable schedules.

3.         Baseline Quantity. The customer shall receive a baseline quantity equal to the number of single-family
           accommodations times the corresponding baseline allowance. It is the responsibility of the customer to
           advise the utility within 15 days following any change in loads eligible for baseline allowances.

4.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.

5.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of gas are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:
                                                                                 Daily Therm
                                                                                 Allowance Per
                                                           Code                  Residential Unit

           Summer (May 1 to October 31, inclusive)             B                         0.345                             R
           Winter (November 1 to April 30, inclusive)          B                         1.082                             I

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain the
           life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a paraplegic,
           quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for a life-
           threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a standard daily
           medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline allowance. The
           amount of the additional allowance shall be 0.822 therms per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner or
           space heater) exceeds 0.822 therms per day, the additional allowance will be granted in increments of
           0.822 therms per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.




                                                        (Continued)
2H14                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                         Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12312-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                        Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.     8191-G

                                                 SCHEDULE GS                                                 Sheet 3
                               SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY NATURAL GAS SERVICE


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

3.         Baseline and Non-Baseline Quantities. (Continued)

           b.       Non-Baseline Quantities. The total non-baseline quantity shall bedetermined as the
                    difference between total customer sales and the total baseline quantity (low-income plus non
                    low-income). For billing purposes, the total non-baseline quantity shall be prorated among
                    the CARE and regular non-baseline rates according to the proportion of qualifying low-
                    income and non-qualifying single-family accomodations.


4.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.


5.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of gas are to be billed at therates for baseline usage:

                                                                                     Daily Therm
                                                                                    Allowance Per
                    All Customers:                             Code                 Residential Unit

           Summer (May 1 to October 31, inclusive)               B                       0.493                             R
           Winter (November 1 to April 30, inclusive)            B                       1.546                             I

           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 0.822 therms per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 0.822 therms per day, the additional allowance will be granted in
           increments of 0.822 therms per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of gas. The supply of all gas by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule 14.




                                                        (Continued)
3H12                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                         Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                          Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12313-G
     San Diego Gas & Electric Company
           San Diego, California                        Canceling         Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.     8192-G

                                                 SCHEDULE GT                                                 Sheet 3
                 SUBMETERED MULTI-FAMILY NATURAL GAS SERVICE - MOBILEHOME PARK


SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Continued)

4.         Baseline Rates. Baseline rates are applicable only to separately metered residential usage.


5.         Baseline Usage. The following quantities of gas are to be billed at the rates for baseline usage:

                                                                                    Daily Therm
                                                                                    Allowance Per
                    All Customers:                            Code                  Residential Unit

           Summer (May 1 to October 31, inclusive)              B                        0.493                             R
           Winter (November 1 to April 30, inclusive)           B                        1.546                             I


           Where it is established that the regular use of a medical life-support device is essential to maintain
           the life of a full-time resident of the household or that a full-time resident of the household is a
           paraplegic, quadriplegic, hemiplegic, multiple sclerosis, or scleroderma patient, or is being treated for
           a life-threatening illness or has a compromised immune system, the customer is eligible for a
           standard daily medical baseline allowance in addition to the standard daily nonmedical baseline
           allowance. The amount of the additional allowance shall be 0.822 therms per day.

           Where it is established that the energy required for a life-support device (including an air conditioner
           or space heater) exceeds 0.822 therms per day, the additional allowance will be granted in
           increments of 0.822 therms per day until the estimated daily usage of the device is covered.

           The utility may require certification by a physician and surgeon, licensed to practice medicine in the
           State of California, or a person licensed in the State of California pursuant to the Osteopathic
           Initiative Act, that a particular device is necessary to sustain the resident's life.

           By granting the baseline allowances set forth above, the utility does not guarantee a continuous and
           sufficient supply of gas. The supply of all gas by the utility is subject to the provisions of Rule 14.


6.         Discontinuance of Service. Service under this schedule is subject to discontinuance in whole or in
           part without notice in case of actual or anticipated shortage of natural gas resulting from an
           insufficient supply, inadequate transmission or delivery capacity or facilities, or storage requirements.
           The utility will not be liable for damages occasioned by interruption ordiscontinuance of service
           supplied under this schedule. Such interruption or discontinuance of service shall be made in
           accordance with Rule 14.




                                                        (Continued)
3H14                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed            May 9, 2002
Advice Ltr. No.       1312-G                         Lee Schavrien                     Effective            May 31, 2002
                      02-04-026                       Vice President
Decision No.          02-05-010                      Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                                                                 Revised        Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.             12314-G
   San Diego Gas & Electric Company
         San Diego, California                                                Canceling          Revised        Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.             12304-G

                                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                       Sheet 1




 The following sheets contain all the effective rates and rules affecting rates, service and information relating
 thereto, in effect on the date indicated herein.


                                                                                                                    Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.              _

  TITLE PAGE..............................................................................                                                        1051-G

  TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................                        12314, 12315, 12306, 12177, 10980-G                      T
                                                                                                                     12178, 12179, 12180-G
  PRELIMINARY STATEMENT

  I.        General Information.......................................................                                                       7270, 7271-G

  II.       Statement of Rates........................................................                 11118, 12285, 12286, 12287, 12068-G
                                                                                                                                   12069-G
I
I III.       Biennial Cost Allocation Proceeding………………….                                             7587, 7277, 7278, 10436, 7280, 7281-G
              (BCAP)......................................................................          7489, 7714, 10624, 11024, 7493, 7494-G

  IV.      Balancing Accounts.....................................................…                    12307, 11126, 11127, 11128, 11308-G                      T
                                                                                                       11130, 11131, 11132, 11133, 11134-G
                                                                                                       11135, 11136, 11137, 11138, 11139-G
                                                                                                       11882, 11883, 11884, 11885, 11886-G
                                                                                                              12070, 11888, 11889, 12308-G                      T

  V.     Memorandum Accounts...................................................                            10608, 12120, 7315, 12121, 8883-G
                                                                                                           12122, 8885, 8886, 12123, 12124-G
                                                                                                            8889, 8890, 8891, 10571, 12125-G
                                                                                                                                     10609-G

 VI.     Electric Distribution and Gas Performance                                                     10331, 10332, 10333, 10334, 10335-G
             Based Ratemaking (PBR) Mechanism..................…                                       10336, 10337, 11028, 10929, 10930-G
                                                                                                       10931, 10932, 10933, 10934, 10935-G
                                                                                                                                   10936-G

 VII.      Gas Procurement Performance-Based                                                           9832, 9833, 9834, 9835, 9836, 9837-G
            Ratemaking Mechanism Procedure.............................                                9838, 9839, 9840, 9841, 9842, 9843-G
                                                                                                       9844, 9845, 9846, 9847, 9848, 9849-G
                                                                                                                   9850, 9851, 9852, 9853-G

  VIII. Miscellaneous..................................................................             7391, 9023, 11241, 7394, 7395, 12126-G
                                                                                                     7397, 7398, 7399, 11941, 7401, 7402-G
                                                                                                     7403, 7404, 10649, 7406, 7407, 7408-G
                                                                                                                                    7409-G

INDEX OF RATE AREA MAPS

 Map 1 - Territory Served.................................................................................................................       12207-G
 Map 2 - Borrego Rate Area.............................................................................................................           3462-G



                                                                             (Continued)
 1H11                                                                         Issued by                             Date Filed                    May 9, 2002
 Advice Ltr. No.          1312-G                                        Lee Schavrien                               Effective                    May 31, 2002
                          02-04-026                                       Vice President
 Decision No.             02-05-010                                      Regulatory Affairs                         Resolution No.
                                                                                        Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12315-G
   San Diego Gas & Electric Company
         San Diego, California                                      Canceling           Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.    12305-G

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                                                    SCHEDULE OF RATES

Schedule
Number                                Core Services                                                     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.

  GR               Domestic Natural Gas Service....................................…                            12288, 12309-G           T
  GR-LI            Domestic Natural Gas Service - CARE Program...........                                12289, 11798, 12310-G           T
  G-LI             Service to Qualified Living Facilities............................…            11800, 11801, 11802, 11803-G
                                                                                                                       11804-G
  GM               Multi-Family Natural Gas Service...................................                    12290, 12311, 8190-G           T
  GS               Submetered Multi-Family Natural                                                 12291, 8427, 12312, 11777-G           T
                     Gas Service.......................….......................................                         7729-G
  GT               Submetered Multi-Family Natural Gas                                             12292, 8429, 12313, 11779-G           T
                     Service Mobilehome Park............................................                                7732-G
  GN-3             Natural Gas Service for Core
                     Commercial Customers………………………………..                                                           12293, 11154-G
  GTC              Natural Gas Transportation Service for
                     Core Customers…………………………………………                                                       12294, 11642, 11031-G
  GTC-SD           Natural Gas Transportation Service for
                     Core Customers – San Diego County.……………….                                            12295, 11712, 11032-G
  GTCA             Natural Gas Transportation Service for
                     Core Aggregation Customers...........................………                             12296, 11646, 11035-G
  G-NGV            Sale of Natural Gas for Motor-Vehicle Fuel....................                                 12297, 8907-G
  GT-NGV           Transportation of Customer-owned Gas
                     for Motor-Vehicle Service.............................................                        12081, 8237-G
  GPC              Gas Procurement for Core Customers………………….                                                     12298, 11716-G


                                            Noncore Services

  GCORE            Core Subscription Natural Gas Service
                    for Retail Noncore Customers..................................…               12299, 12084, 11165, 11166-G
  GPNC-S           Natural Gas Procurement Service for                                                                 11167-G
                    Noncore Customers - Storage.....................................                      12300, 11719, 8920-G
  GTNC             Natural Gas Transmission Service
                    for Noncore Customers................................................            12086, 12087, 8923, 8924-G
  GTNC-SD          Natural Gas Intrastate Transportation
                    Service for Noncore Customers...................................                 12088, 11172, 9416, 9417-G
  EG               Natural Gas Interstate Transportation Service for
                    Electric Generation Customers..................…....…......                           12089, 11174, 11175-G
  EG-SD            Natural Gas Interstate Transportation Service for
                    Electric Generation Customers –
                    San Diego County………………………………………                                                       12090, 11177, 11178-G




                                                                   (Continued)
 2H11                                                               Issued by                        Date Filed            May 9, 2002
 Advice Ltr. No.    1312-G                                     Lee Schavrien                         Effective            May 31, 2002
                    02-04-026                                   Vice President
 Decision No.       02-05-010                                  Regulatory Affairs                    Resolution No.

				
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