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					STATE OF CALIFORNIA                                                          ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Governor

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
505 VAN NESS AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102-3298



       April 13, 2010
                                                            Advice Letter 2127-E/1903-G
       Ronald van der Leeden, Director
       Rates, Revenues and Tariffs
       San Diego Gas and Electric
       8330 Century Park Court, CP32C
       San Diego, CA 92123-1548


       Subject: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Compliance Filing


       Dear Mr. van der Leeden:

       Advice Letter 2127-E/1903-G is effective March 24, 2010.


       Sincerely,


       Julie A. Fitch, Director
       Energy Division
                                                                                             Ron van der Leeden
                                                                            Director – Rates, Revenues, & Tariffs
                                                                                        8330 Century Park Court
                                                                                      San Diego, CA 92123-1548

                                                                                          Tel: 213.244.2009
                                                                                          Fax: 213.244.3201
                                                                           RvanderLeeden@semprautilities.com
                                         November 23, 2009



ADVICE LETTER 2127-E/1903-G
(U902-M)

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

SUBJECT:      SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC’S 2010-2012 ENERGY EFFICIENCY
              COMPLIANCE FILING

In compliance with Ordering Paragraph (OP) 15 and OP 17 of Decision (D.) 09-09-047, San
Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) hereby submits for filing its revised 2010-2012 Energy Efficiency
Program Portfolio.     This final program portfolio, along with all necessary supporting
documentation, is incorporated herein as Attachments A through G.

PURPOSE

This filing complies with the California Public Utilities Commission’s (Commission) directive to
submit SDG&E’s final 2010-2012 energy efficiency program plans in accordance with D.09-09-
047.

BACKGROUND

In D.09-09-047, issued October 1, 2009, the Commission approved SDG&E’s energy efficiency
program plans which are to be submitted through a compliance filing. D.09-09-047 addresses:
(1) the energy saving goals that must be achieved between 2010 and 2012; (2) the budgets
authorized to achieve the energy savings goals and the cost-effectiveness finding that is
required, with these two in turn determining justifiable ratepayer costs and energy resource
savings; (3) the programs authorized to produce these savings; and (4) the evaluation,
measurement, and verification (EM&V) procedures used to ensure projected savings actually
occur. This advice letter serves as SDG&E’s compliance filing required by D.09-09-047.

As requested in D.09-09-047, OP 15 and OP 17, this filing contains all the details of the
following: (1) an allocation of administrative costs; (2) a complete cost-effectiveness showing;
(3) an allocation of EM&V costs; (4) establishment of revised energy efficiency budgets
approved for program 2010-2012; (5) revised tariff sheets to implement the authority granted
by D.09-09-047; (6) all portfolio application tables and budget and savings placemats; (7) the
individual utility E3 calculators as modified by the Energy Division to use as the base starting
point for modeling the portfolio mix of measures and budget changes; (8) a list of all bridge
funding programs, showing the adopted budgets per program and any fund additions, fund
shifts, and deletions; (9) Standard Rate and Bill Impact Tables by major customer class,
Public Utilities Commission                        2                         November 23, 2009

showing changes from existing bridge funding rate allocation levels to decision-compliant rate
increases or decreases, as applicable.; (10) Standard revenue and funding tables, identifying
the adopted budgets, the applicable unspent/unallocated funds to be used to reduce the
budgets, and identifying applicable electric franchise fees and uncollectibles; and (11) revised
incentive payment levels adopted in OP 4 of D.09-09-047, reduced to levels consistent with
those provided by Southern California Edison Company and Pacific Gas and Electric Company
for similar measures. The following attachments meet the requirements of OP 15:

   •   Attachment A:    Compliance with Ordering Paragraphs in D.09-09-047
   •   Attachment B:    Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3 Calculators
   •   Attachment C:    Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts
   •   Attachment D:    2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Administrative Costs Definitions
   •   Attachment E:    Bridge Funding Table

In addition, D.09-09-047 (at page #142) requires that SDG&E submit an outreach campaign
focused on getting uninstalled bulbs associated with upstream lighting programs out of storage
and into sockets. SDG&E’s campaign is in Attachment G: Upstream Lighting Program Outreach
Campaign.

On November 18, 2009, ALJ Gamson issued “Ruling Regarding Non-DEER measure Ex Ante
Values”. The Ruling Attachment (at page 3) states, “ In parallel with the work on the compliance
filing the Utilities will prepare and submit to ED a list of all measures in each HIM group
contained within the E3 calculators submitted in their compliance filing. This list of HIM groups
and the measures within each HIM group shall be in order of portfolio contribution, and identified
as either DEER or non‐DEER measures. This list will be submitted for ED review no later than
the date the compliance filing is due”. SDG&E’s HIM measures are listed in Attachment F: List
of High Impact Measures (HIM).

OP 15e directs SDG&E to file revised tariff sheets to implement the authority granted by this
decision and notes that the revised tariff sheets shall become effective January 1, 2010, subject
to a finding of compliance by the Energy Division. On November 2, 2009, SDG&E filed Advice
Letter 1899-G to update its Public Purpose Program (PPP) Gas Surcharge rates effective
January 1, 2010. The requirements of D.09-09-047 OP 15.e will be met when SDG&E files an
Advice Letter in November 2010 to update the PPP Surcharge rates effective January, 1, 2011.

No cost information is required for this advice filing.

This advice filing will not increase any rate or charge, cause the withdrawal of service, or
conflict with any other schedule or rule.

EFFECTIVE DATE

SDG&E believes that this filing is subject to Energy Division disposition and should be classified
as Tier 2 (effective after staff approval) pursuant to GO 96-B. Therefore SDG&E respectfully
requests that this advice letter become effective December 23, 2009, which is 30 calendar days
after the date filed.
Public Utilities Commission                      3                            November 23, 2009

PROTEST

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

       Public Utilities Commission
       CPUC Energy Division
       Attention: Tariff Unit
       505 Van Ness Avenue
       San Francisco, CA 94102

Copies of the protest should also be sent via e-mail to the attention of Honesto Gatchallian
(jnj@cpuc.ca.gov) and Maria Salinas (mas@cpuc.ca.gov) of the Energy Division. It is also
requested that a copy of the protest 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: Megan Caulson
       Regulatory Tariff Manager
       8330 Century Park Court, Room 32C
       San Diego, CA 92123-1548
       Facsimile No. (858) 654-1788
       E-mail: mcaulson@semprautilities.com

NOTICE

A copy of this filing has been served on the utilities and interested parties shown on the
attached list, including interested parties to service list A.08-07-023, by either providing them a
copy electronically or by mailing them a copy hereof, properly stamped and addressed.

Address changes should be directed to SDG&E Tariffs by facsimile at (858) 654-1788 or by e-
mail at SDG&ETariffs@semprautilities.com.


                                                  _______________________________
                                                  RON VAN DER LEEDEN
                                                  Director – Rates, Revenues & Tariffs
(cc list enclosed)
                        CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
                                          ADVICE LETTER FILING SUMMARY
                                                 ENERGY UTILITY
                          MUST BE COMPLETED BY UTILITY (Attach additional pages as needed)
    Company name/CPUC Utility No. SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC (U 902)
    Utility type:                                 Contact Person: Megan Caulson
       ELC            GAS                         Phone #: (858) 654-1748
       PLC            HEAT          WATER         E-mail: MCaulson@SempraUtilities.com
                      EXPLANATION OF UTILITY TYPE                            (Date Filed/ Received Stamp by CPUC)

    ELC = Electric           GAS = Gas
    PLC = Pipeline           HEAT = Heat         WATER = Water
    Advice Letter (AL) #: 2127-E/1903-G
    Subject of AL:      San Diego Gas & Electric’s 2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Compliance Filing


    Keywords (choose from CPUC listing):             Compliance, Energy Efficiency
    AL filing type:      Monthly         Quarterly     Annual     One-Time     Other
    If AL filed in compliance with a Commission order, indicate relevant Decision/Resolution #:
      D.09-09-047
    Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL                N/A
    Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL1:                      N/A


    Does AL request confidential treatment? If so, provide explanation:


    Resolution Required?           Yes      No                           Tier Designation:         1         2      3
    Requested effective date:        12/23/2009                         No. of tariff sheets:       0
    Estimated system annual revenue effect: (%):            N/A
    Estimated system average rate effect (%):           N/A
    When rates are affected by AL, include attachment in AL showing average rate effects on customer
    classes (residential, small commercial, large C/I, agricultural, lighting).
    Tariff schedules affected:
    Service affected and changes proposed1:             N/A


    Pending advice letters that revise the same tariff sheets:         N/A


    Protests and all other correspondence regarding this AL are due no later than 20 days after the date of
    this filing, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission, and shall be sent to:
    CPUC, Energy Division                                  San Diego Gas & Electric
    Attention: Tariff Unit                                   Attention: Megan Caulson
    505 Van Ness Ave.,                                     8330 Century Park Ct, Room 32C
    San Francisco, CA 94102                                San Diego, CA 92123
    mas@cpuc.ca.gov and jnj@cpuc.ca.gov                    mcaulson@semprautilities.com



1
    Discuss in AL if more space is needed.
                                       General Order No. 96-B
                                 ADVICE LETTER FILING MAILING LIST
cc: (w/enclosures)

Public Utilities Commission            Dept. of General Services                 School Project for Utility Rate
 DRA                                      H. Nanjo                               Reduction
  D. Appling                              M. Clark                                M. Rochman
  S. Cauchois                          Douglass & Liddell                        Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP
  J. Greig                                D. Douglass                              O. Armi
  R. Pocta                                D. Liddell                             Solar Turbines
  W. Scott                                G. Klatt                                 F. Chiang
Energy Division                        Duke Energy North America                 Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP
  P. Clanon                               M. Gillette                              K. McCrea
  S. Gallagher                         Dynegy, Inc.                              Southern California Edison Co.
  H. Gatchalian                           J. Paul                                  M. Alexander
  D. Lafrenz                           Ellison Schneider & Harris LLP              K. Cini
  M. Salinas                              E. Janssen                               K. Gansecki
CA. Energy Commission                  Energy Policy Initiatives Center (USD)      H. Romero
  F. DeLeon                               S. Anders                              TransCanada
  R. Tavares                           Energy Price Solutions                      R. Hunter
Alcantar & Kahl LLP                       A. Scott                                 D. White
  K. Harteloo                          Energy Strategies, Inc.                   TURN
American Energy Institute                 K. Campbell                              M. Florio
  C. King                                 M. Scanlan                               M. Hawiger
APS Energy Services                    Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, Ritchie & Day   UCAN
  J. Schenk                               B. Cragg                                 M. Shames
BP Energy Company                         J. Heather Patrick                     U.S. Dept. of the Navy
  J. Zaiontz                              J. Squeri                                K. Davoodi
Barkovich & Yap, Inc.                  Goodrich Aerostructures Group               N. Furuta
  B. Barkovich                            M. Harrington                            L. DeLacruz
Bartle Wells Associates                Hanna and Morton LLP                      Utility Specialists, Southwest, Inc.
  R. Schmidt                              N. Pedersen                              D. Koser
Braun & Blaising, P.C.                 Itsa-North America                        Western Manufactured Housing
  S. Blaising                             L. Belew                               Communities Association
California Energy Markets              J.B.S. Energy                               S. Dey
  S. O’Donnell                            J. Nahigian                            White & Case LLP
  C. Sweet                             Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP       L. Cottle
California Farm Bureau Federation         J. Leslie                              Interested Parties
  K. Mills                             Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP               A.08-07-023
California Wind Energy                    D. Huard
  N. Rader                                R. Keen
CCSE                                   Matthew V. Brady & Associates
 S. Freedman                              M. Brady
 J. Porter                             Modesto Irrigation District
Children’s Hospital & Health Center       C. Mayer
  T. Jacoby                            Morrison & Foerster LLP
City of Chula Vista                       P. Hanschen
  M. Meacham                           MRW & Associates
  E. Hull                                 D. Richardson
City of Poway                          OnGrid Solar
  R. Willcox                              Andy Black
City of San Diego                      Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
  J. Cervantes                            J. Clark
  G. Lonergan                             M. Huffman
  M. Valerio                              S. Lawrie
Commerce Energy Group                     E. Lucha
  V. Gan                               Pacific Utility Audit, Inc.
Constellation New Energy                  E. Kelly
  W. Chen                              R. W. Beck, Inc.
CP Kelco                                  C. Elder
  A. Friedl
Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
  E. O’Neill
  J. Pau
                 San Diego Gas & Electric Company
              Advice Letter 2127-E/1903-G Attachments:



Attachment A: Compliance with Ordering Paragraphs in D.09-09-047

Attachment B: Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3 Calculators

Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts

Attachment D: 2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Administrative Costs Definitions

Attachment E: Bridge Funding Tables

Attachment F: High Impact Measures (HIM)

Attachment G: Upstream Lighting program outreach campaign
            Attachment A:


  San Diego Gas & Electric Company


Compliance with Ordering Paragraphs in
             D.09-09-047
Attachment A: Compliance with Ordering Paragraphs in D.09-09-047

Demonstration of SDG&E’s Compliance with D.09-09-047

SDG&E’s Advice Letter and its attachments are in compliance with all applicable
Commission directives regarding the design and implementation of the 2010-2012 energy
efficiency programs. SDG&E addresses below the various Ordering Paragraphs (“OP”)
in D.09-09-047 required in this compliance filing:

Ordering Paragraph 3:
The budgets for energy efficiency portfolios for 2010 through 2012 shall be:

d. $278 million for San Diego Gas & Electric Company. San Diego Gas & Electric
Company is also authorized to incorporate up to $63 million of unspent, uncommitted
funds into its budget.

Response: SDG&E’s budgets for energy efficiency portfolios for 2010 through 2012 are
reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts.

Ordering Paragraph 4:
San Diego Gas & Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company shall reduce
incentive payments to customers for energy efficiency measures to levels consistent with
those provided by Southern California Edison Company (SCE) and Pacific Gas and
Electric Company (PG&E) for similar measures, as provided for in Appendix 3 to this
decision.

Response: SDG&E has adjusted its incentive payments to levels consistent to those of
Southern California Edison Company and Pacific Gas and Electric Company for similar
measures and Appendix 3 of D.09-09-047. The revised incentive payments are evident in
the detail of its E3 calculators in Attachment B: Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3
Calculators.

Ordering Paragraph 5:
The 2010-2012 annual and cumulative energy savings goals for Pacific Gas and Electric
Company, Southern California Edison Company, Southern California Gas Company, and
San Diego Gas & Electric Company shown in Table 2 are adopted.

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 adopted annual and cumulative energy savings goals
are reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Table 1.1




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Ordering Paragraph 13:
For Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company in 2010 to 2012, the
following caps and targets are adopted:

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 portfolio application tables, budget and savings
placemats are reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts.

a. Administrative costs for utility energy efficiency programs (excluding third party
   and/or local government partnership budgets) are limited to 10% of total energy
   efficiency budgets. Administrative costs shall be closely identified by and consistent
   across utilities. Administrative costs shall not be shifted into any other costs category.
   Utilities shall not reduce the non-utility portions of local government partnership and
   third party implementer administrative costs, as compared to levels contained in
   budgets approved herein, unless those levels exceeded 10% in the July 2009 utility
   supplemental applications in this proceeding;

Response: SDG&E’s overall portfolio administration budget are within the cap. The
program budget breakdowns are provided in Attachment C, Table 4.2.

b. Marketing, Education and Outreach costs for energy efficiency are set at 6% of total
   adopted energy efficiency budgets, subject to the fund-shifting rules in Section II,
   Rule 11 of the Energy Efficiency Policy Manual;

Response: SDG&E’s overall portfolio Marketing, Education and Outreach budget are
within the target. The program budget breakdowns are provided in Attachment C, Table
4.2.

c. Non-resource costs (excluding non-resource direct implementation costs) are set at
   20% of the total adopted energy efficiency budgets; and

Response: SDG&E’s Non-resource costs (excluding non-resource direct implementation
costs) budget are within the target. The program budget breakdowns are provided in
Attachment C, Table 4.2.

Overall Portfolio Percentages
    Utility     Year    Admin %     Marketing %      DI %    Incentive %
    SDGE        2010     9.68%        7.77%         28.57%     53.99%
    SDGE        2011     9.67%        7.47%         28.72%     54.15%
    SDGE        2012     9.68%        7.50%         28.70%     54.12%

 Non-Resource Program Percentages
    Utility   Year    Admin % Marketing %            DI %    Incentive %   Program Type
   SDGE       2010    20.30%      18.52%            61.18%      0.00%      Non-Resource
   SDGE       2011    20.42%      18.60%            60.98%      0.00%      Non-Resource
   SDGE       2012    20.51%      18.75%            60.75%      0.00%      Non-Resource




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Resource Program Percentages
   Utility    Year   Admin %       Marketing %      DI %    Incentive %   Program Type
  SDGE        2010    5.19%          3.23%         14.79%     76.79%        Resource
  SDGE        2011    5.14%          2.78%         15.12%     76.96%        Resource
  SDGE        2012    5.14%          2.79%         15.29%     76.78%        Resource

d. The utilities shall not unduly reduce Strategic Planning non administrative costs as
   compared to resource program direct implementation non-incentive costs.

Response: Any budget reduction for SDG&E’s Strategic Planning non administrative
budgets are a result of the budget adjustments necessary to align it overall portfolio
budget with the final approved budget of $278 million.

Ordering Paragraph 15:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas
& Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall, within 60 days of the
effective date of this decision, file a “compliance” Advice Letter containing the following
information:

a. An allocation of administrative costs among programs, subject to the 10% cap
   required by Ordering Paragraph 13 of this decision. This shall include a detailed
   breakdown of all administrative costs required to support energy efficiency programs
   including regulatory costs and other partial support functions;

Response: SDG&E has adhered to the allocation of administrative costs among
programs as reflected in the program budget details in Attachment C, Table 7.1.
SDG&E, together with the Southern California Gas Company, Southern California
Edison Company and Pacific Gas & Electric Company have consulted with Energy
Division staff to develop a common understanding and definition of the various cost
categories discussed in the decision. These common definitions are in Attachment E:
2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Administrative Costs Definitions.

b. A complete cost-effectiveness showing including anticipated risk/reward incentive
   payments (or other incentive payments developed in Rulemaking 09-01-019);

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 cost-effectiveness are reflected in Attachment B:
Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3 Calculators.

c. An allocation of EM&V costs, subject to the tentative 4% cap required by Ordering
   Paragraph 51 of this decision;

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 EM&V costs are reflected in Attachment C: Energy
Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts—Table 5.1.

d. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas and Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company shall establish the
   revised energy efficiency budgets approved for program years 2010-2012. The



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   adopted budgets shall then add any unspent/uncommitted funds, and FF&U for
   electric, as identified above. The revenue changes authorized by this decision shall be
   consolidated with other year-end rate changes occurring for each utility to be
   effective January 1, 2010;

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 revised energy efficiency budgets are reflected in
Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts—Table 6.2.

e. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas and Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company shall file revised
   tariff sheets to implement the authority granted by this decision. The revised tariff
   sheets shall become effective January 1, 2010, subject to a finding of compliance by
   the Energy Division, and shall comply with General Order 96-B. The revised tariff
   sheets shall apply to service rendered on or after their effective date;

Response: OP 15e directs SDG&E to file revised tariff sheets to implement the authority
granted by this decision and notes that the revised tariff sheets shall become effective
January 1, 2010, subject to a finding of compliance by the Energy Division. On
November 2, 2009, SDG&E filed Advice Letter 1899-G to update its Public Purpose
Program (PPP) Gas Surcharge rates effective January 1, 2010. The requirements of
D.09-09-047 OP 15.e will be met when SDG&E files an Advice Letter in November
2010 to update the PPP Surcharge rates effective January, 1, 2011."

f. All portfolio application tables and budget and savings placemats, updated to reflect
   changes as described above;

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 portfolio application tables, budget and savings
placemats are reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts.

g. The individual utility E3 calculators as modified by Energy Division to use as the
   base starting point for modeling the portfolio mix of measures and budget changes.
   Energy Division shall notify the assigned Administrative Law Judge and
   Commissioner of significant deviations from the modified E3 calculators;

Response: SDG&E’s updated E3 calculators for energy efficiency portfolios for 2010
through 2012 are reflected in Attachment B: Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3 Calculators.

h. A list all bridge funding programs, showing the adopted budgets per program and any
   fund additions, fund shifts, and deletions. This listing will then add or delete all
   programs and budgets in compliance with this decision, showing all fund additions,
   shifts, and deletions, to final program budgets;

Response: SDG&E’s list of 2009 bridge funding programs are reflected in Attachment
F: Bridge Funding Table. Fund shifts that have been completed prior to this filing were
done with appropriate notification to its PRG. Additional required fund shifts have also




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been identified in this filing and a notice of these additional fund shifts to its PRG will be
provided. All other changes to program bridge funding budgets approved in D09-09-047.

i. Standard Rate and Bill Impact Tables by major customer class, showing changes
   from existing bridge funding rate allocation levels to decision-compliant rate
   increases or decreases as applicable. A second set of tables showing changes from
   existing bridge funding revenue allocation levels to decision-compliant revenue
   increases or decreases by major customer class shall accompany the rate tables. The
   average rate for bundled-service customers and the associated usage will accompany
   these tables; and

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 Standard Rate and Bill Impact Tables by major
customer class are reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie
Charts Table 6.1.

j. Standard revenue and funding tables, identifying the adopted budgets, the applicable
   unspent/unallocated funds to be used to reduce the budgets; and identifying
   applicable electric franchise fees and uncollectibles (FF&U). A second set of tables
   shall identify revenues to be collected under each funding source PGC funds,
   Procurement funds, and Gas Public Purpose Program (PPP) funds, by year.

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 Standard revenue and funding tables are reflected in
Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Table 6.2.

Ordering Paragraph 16:
The revenue changes authorized by this decision shall be consolidated with other year-
end rate changes occurring for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California
Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas
Company.

Response: SDG&E’s 2010-2012 revenue changes authorized by this decision are
reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Tables 6.1 and
6.2.

Ordering Paragraph 17:
San Diego Gas & Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company shall include
the revised incentive payment levels adopted in Ordering Paragraph 4 of this decision in
their “compliance” Advice Letters required in Ordering Paragraph 15 of this decision.

Response: Please refer to response to Ordering Paragraph 4 above.

Ordering Paragraph 18:
All programs approved in this decision shall be undertaken by Pacific Gas and Electric
Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company,
and Southern California Gas Company for the 2010 to 2012 portfolio period. These
utilities shall not eliminate approved programs or subprograms which implement the



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California Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan adopted in Decision 08-09-040 unless
authorized pursuant to the Advice Letter process.

Response: SDG&E has not eliminated any programs which implement the California
Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan. SDG&E’s final programs and subprograms are listed
in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Table 7.1.

Ordering Paragraph 19
The following energy efficiency pilot programs of Pacific Gas and Electric Company,
Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southern
California Gas Company are approved, subject to the requirements listed in Ordering
Paragraph 20: PG&E ZNE Pilot Program, PG&E Innovator Pilots, PG&E Green
Communities program, SCE Sustainable Communities program, SDG&E and SoCalGas
Sustainable Communities programs, SCE Sustainable portfolios program, SDG&E
Micro-Grid Pilot Program and WE&T Pilot programs (Building Commissioning
Workshop Series, Residential HVAC Seminars, Comprehensive Evaluation of Food Svc.
Center, Green Pathways, Green Training Collaborative). In addition, for Southern
California Edison Company, a pilot program for Local Government Strategic Plan
programs is approved with a budget of $32 million.

Response: SDG&E has included its Sustainable Communities program and Micro-Grid
Pilot Programs and will provide the required information as specified in D.09-09-047
Ordering Paragraph 20.

Ordering Paragraph 21:
The proposed Statewide Residential Energy Efficiency Programs of Pacific Gas and
Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved with the following
modifications:

a. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall include a
   Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit Program in their statewide residential program,
   consistent with guidance provided in this decision. Funding for the Prescriptive
   Program addition and expanding the Whole House Retrofit Program is authorized at
   $100 million statewide. Funding shall be divided as follows: $46 million for Pacific
   Gas and Electric Company; $33 million for Southern California Edison Company;
   $13 million for San Diego Gas & Electric Company; and $8 million for Southern
   California Gas Company;

Response: SDG&E has included the Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit Program in its
statewide residential program with a budget of $13 million. The statewide program
implementation plan will be submitted via Advice Letter by December 15, 2009.




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Ordering Paragraph 22:
The proposed energy efficiency Lighting and Statewide Lighting Market Transformation
programs of Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company,
and San Diego Gas & Electric Company are approved, with the following modifications:

a. The overall Basic CFL Program budget is reduced by 50% for Pacific Gas and
   Electric Company. The total Basic CFL Program budget amounts are Southern
   California Edison Company at $32 million, San Diego Gas & Electric Company at
   $16.3 million and Pacific Gas and Electric Company at $30 million.

Response: SDG&E will maintain its Basic CFL program with a budget not to exceed the
authorized $16.3 million.

Ordering Paragraph 23:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas
& Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall require manufacturers
of ratepayer-subsided basic CFLs to meet a 3 mg. limit of mercury per bulb for basic
medium screw base CFLs of 25 watts or less, and a 5 mg. limit for bulbs of 25 watts or
more.

Response: The majority of SDG&E participating manufacturers are currently compliant
with the 3 mg. limit of mercury per bulb for basic medium screw base CFLs of 25 watts
or less. For 2010, this stipulation shall be a requirement for program participation.

Ordering Paragraph 24
The proposed Statewide New Construction energy efficiency programs of Pacific Gas
and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved, with the following
modifications:

a. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall adjust the per-
   unit (kilowatt-hour, kilowatt, therm) incentive levels within their proposed incentive
   structure such that the CAHP program provides participants an average of 50% of the
   incremental measure cost at 20% above Title 24;

Response: SDG&E has adopted the new incentive levels which will be incorporated into
the 2010-2012 programs structure.

b. For the CAHP program, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California
   Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas
   Company shall offer a $1,000 performance bonus per unit that is built at or above
   Title 24 by 30% and participates in the NSHP at the Tier 2 level;




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Response: This required performance bonus has been built into the overall incentive
structure.

c. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall coordinate
   their CAHP performance bonus for solar hot water with the Energy Division’s
   proposed CSI Thermal Energy program, authorized by AB 1470;

Response: SDG&E will coordinate its CAHP performance bonus for solar hot water with
the Energy Division’s proposed CSI Thermal Energy program, authorized by AB 1470
and the California Center for Sustainable Energy, the administrator of CSI in SDG&E’s
service territory.

d. Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and
   Southern California Gas Company shall reduce the size of their CAHP program
   budgets from their July 2, 2009 filing by 30%;

Response: SDG&E has reduced its CAHP in accordance with D.09-09-047. The revised
budgets is reflected in Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Table
7.1.

e. The Strategic Plan interim milestone for residential new construction, adopted in
   Decision 08-09-040, is clarified so that the milestone is based upon current 2008 Title
   24 building code such that the interim milestones for 2011 are 50% of new homes
   exceed 2008 Title 24 standards by 20%, and 10% of new homes exceed 2008 Title 24
   standards by 40%;

Response: SDG&E will aggressively encourage program participants to meet these
revised new building milestones.

f. San Diego Gas & Electric Company to include the Energy Star Manufactured Home
   program in its 2010-2012 portfolio at a budget level of $410,000;

Response: SDG&E has included the Energy Star Manufactured Home program in its
2010-2012 portfolio at a budget level of $410,000. The program is included in
Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts Table 7.1.

g. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall benchmark
   buildings in all Savings By Design projects in the program cycle 2010-2012. Utilities
   should use data collected from the calendar year 2010 to report new and existing
   benchmarking data to the Energy Division and the service list by July 1, 2011; and

Response: SDG&E, together with PG&E, SCE and SoCalGas’ are developing a plan to
implement the Energy Star benchmarking tool for all Savings By Design projects.




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Benchmarking data will be provided to the Energy Division and service list by July 1,
2011.

Ordering Paragraph 25:
The proposed statewide Codes & Standards energy efficiency programs of Pacific Gas
and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved, with the following
modifications:

a. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall ensure that the
   activities in the Compliance Enhancement sub-program (CEP) only target Federal
   Standards and pre-existing codes and standards (non- CASE) measures) that have low
   compliance rates in these utilities’ service territories; and

Response: SDG&E’s Codes and Standards program is currently involved with national
codes and standards (e.g. ASHRAE Standards 90.1, 189; DOE appliance regulations,
etc.) that have a direct impact on our ratepayers and local service territories, the program
will continue these activities as part of the CEP Sub-program focus in addition to pre-
existing (non-CASE) measures. In addition the Codes and Standards program will be
working with building departments to encourage strict Title 24 enforcement focusing on
training and compliance for all Title 24 measures, not just those sponsored by the utilities
C&S programs.

b. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall ensure that
   activities that are related to voluntary programs related to reach codes support
   activities associated with other energy efficiency programs such as New Construction
   programs.

Response: The Codes and Standards program will to continue its activities associated
with voluntary programs and energy efficiency programs including New Construction
and Local Government programs.

Ordering Paragraph 28:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas
& Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall consult with, inform
and advise local governments and other key entities of activities and opportunities to
participate in Zero Net Energy pilots, as well as lessons learned.

Response: SDG&E is working together with its Local Government Partnership
Programs to provide trainings on Zero Net to the various Public Agency Councils in
Southern California.




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Ordering Paragraph 30:
The proposed Statewide and Local Commercial energy efficiency programs of Pacific
Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas &
Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved, with the
following modifications:

a. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
   Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall benchmark all
   facilities that enter any of the Commercial Energy Efficiency Program sub-programs
   for services. The budget for Southern California Edison Company for benchmarking
   is set at $4.8 million;

Response: SDG&E is working together with PG&E, SCE and SoCalGas to develop the
benchmarking tool and will make the tool available to all its participants in its
Commercial Energy Efficiency programs.

b. San Diego Gas & Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company shall
   create feedback loops for local programs, Local Strategic Development & Integration
   and Local Non-Residential (known as BID), where overlap occurs with the statewide
   programs;

Response: The focus of SDG&E’s Local Non-Residential Program ( LNRP ) is to effect
lasting market transformation through the installation of large, customized energy
efficiency projects. To maintain this focus and ensure continuous program improvement,
SDG&E will coordinate with the statewide teams for the Statewide Agriculture,
Commercial, and Industrial EE programs. Through this coordination, the SDG&E will
share program developments and lessons learned, and at the same time, incorporate
innovations from the other IOUs. This will ensure that useful findings and approaches
will be adopted into the LNRP.

c. All utility-run local commercial energy efficiency programs shall adopt the
   benchmarking recommendation, consistent with the commercial statewide program;
   and

Response: Please refer to response to Ordering Paragraph 30a above.

Ordering Paragraph 34:
The proposed Marketing Education and Oversight energy efficiency programs of Pacific
Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas &
Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved, subject to the
following modifications. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison
Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company and Southern California Gas Company
shall:




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   Work under the direction and guidance of the Commission staff to implement the
    2010–2012 Statewide Marketing, Education and Outreach program. This includes but
    is not limited to these tasks: brand assessment/creation, audience segmentation,
    integrated communication planning, web portal development, and the Statewide
    M&O program implementation for 2010-2012;

   Continue existing statewide ME&O programs through the selection of the 2010-2012
    Statewide ME&O third party contractors and the launch of the statewide program. In
    determining the appropriate level of funding, the utilities shall take into account the
    need to wind down campaigns that will be discontinued and the need to effectively
    launch a new program;

   Institute the range of web tools suggested by parties to ensure that the web portal is a
    comprehensive, user-friendly and secure platform that provides access to information
    and networking that advances energy efficiency practices policies, technologies, as
    well as other clean energy options. Phase I of the web portal will be for energy
    efficiency practitioners and Phase II will be for consumers;

   Work under the direction and guidance of the Commission to develop and issue a
    competitive solicitation process to hire a third party(ies) to implement the 2010-2012
    Statewide M&O subprogram. The winning bidder’s proposal will be available upon
    request;

   In the Low-Income Energy Efficiency marketing effort, utilize the market research
    and segmentation information gained through the statewide ME&O for maximum
    impact and success across low income communities in the state;

   Use the new or existing brand alone or in a co-branded capacity across all energy
    efficiency marketing efforts for all programs;

   Undertake a review of all energy efficiency portfolio programspecific energy
    efficiency marketing to ensure that the marketing is consistent with the statewide
    Marketing, Education and Outreach implementation plan and eliminate any
    redundancies or conflicts between the statewide Marketing, Education and Outreach
    and program specific Marketing, Education and Outreach;

   Increase outreach to low income and diverse ethnic groups using in-language
    culturally appropriate messages and trusted message channels such as Community
    Based Organizations, in all energy efficiency marketing efforts;

   Work with Energy Division and the brand consultants to develop an appropriate tag
    line or other method to clearly state that Marketing, Education and Outreach materials
    are funded by ratepayers;

   Use the Marketing, Education and Outreach brand for all Low- Income Energy
    Efficiency marketing efforts with the use of a unique Low-Income Energy Efficiency



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    program name that all utilities will use to describe the Low-Income Energy Efficiency
    program; and

   Coordinate all energy efficiency Marketing, Education and Outreach programs with
    Demand Response Marketing, Education and Outreach programs, including Flex
    Alert, program specific and utility specialized marketing to ensure integration across
    Demand Side Management programs by the next portfolio cycle, create a statewide
    subprogram for low income, ethnic and hard to reach populations.

Response: SDG&E together with the other IOUs will work with Commission Staff to
develop and implement all Statewide Marketing, Education and Outreach initiatives,
including branding, communication and web portal development. These efforts will be
integrated and coordinated with the LIEE, DRP, CSI and DG programs efforts. The
IDSM Taskforce is one of the venues by which these integrated efforts can be
accomplished.

Until the new 2010-2012 Statewide ME&O program is in place, SDG&E will continue to
fund the existing Statewide ME&O programs. In addition, SDG&E will review its
program marketing, communication and outreach efforts to ensure that it is consistent
with Statewide ME&O efforts and thereby reduce redundancies and potential conflicts.

Ordering Paragraph 35:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas
& Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company, working under the direction
of Energy Division, shall implement the recommendations of the brand assessment report
including, as appropriate, development of a new statewide smart energy brand that will
effectively elevate customer participation in the suite of clean energy options. The
Marketing, Education and Outreach brand’s scope shall include energy efficiency, low
income energy efficiency, demand response, and renewable self-generation program
offerings.

Response: SDG&E is currently working with the CPUC, the other IOU's and the vendor
to implement the recommendations of the brand assessment report. To date, SDG&E has
participated in the process through statewide MEO messaging workshops, brand strategy
and creating message points. The web portal has been developed in a 'beta' version and
SDG&E has navigated the links to insure everything works. In the interim, the Flex Your
Power website has been maintained for continuity and bridging until the new portal is
ready for launch. The next step is development of the statewide marketing plan which is
scheduled for December 3 2009.

Ordering Paragraph 36:
The proposed energy efficiency Workforce Education and Training programs of Pacific
Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas &
Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved. Pacific Gas and
Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall make the findings of the Needs
Assessment (ordered in Decision 08-09-040) publicly available by posting them to the


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energy efficiency web portal ordered to be adopted in this decision and sending a notice
of this posting to the service list in this proceeding and the Distributed Generation and
Demand Response proceedings. Within one month of disclosing Needs Assessment
findings, the utilities shall host a public workshop to disseminate the results. Within 60
days from the date of the workshop these utilities shall jointly file an Advice Letter to
modify the existing Workforce Education and Training statewide program consistent with
the Needs Assessment.

Response: The utilities will host a public workshop within one month of disclosing
Needs Assessment findings. Within 60 days from the date of the workshop utilities shall
jointly file an Advice Letter to modify the existing Workforce Education and Training
statewide program consistent with the Needs Assessment.

Ordering Paragraph 37:
The Workforce Education and Training Task Force established by Pacific Gas and
Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall monitor and track progress of the
Statewide Workforce Education and Training program and monitor and track revised
strategies to meet Strategic Plan goals and objectives. The Task Force shall hold at least
one publicly-noticed meeting annually.

Response: The CA-IOU Workforce Education and Training Task Force will conduct at a
minimum, one publicly-noticed meeting annually. The Task Force shall monitor and
track progress of the Statewide Workforce Education and Training program and monitor
and track revised strategies to meet Strategic Plan goals and objectives.

Ordering Paragraph 39:
The proposed energy efficiency Local Government Partnership programs of Pacific Gas
and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric
Company, and Southern California Gas Company are approved, subject to the following
modifications:

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall benchmark all
    government buildings and facilities impacted by a utility program in a substantial
    way;

Response: SDG&E plans to benchmark all local government partnership buildings that
participate in the programs. More information will be included in the development of the
final program implementation plan.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall work
    cooperatively with local government partners to provide usage information on local
    government facilities and building sectors and to facilitate the transfer of usage data
    for private buildings, as authorized by written paper or electronic customer consent;



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Response: SDG&E is currently working with the Energy Division to ensure usage data is
provided accordingly.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall provide one,
    statewide list of Strategic Plan strategies that local governments can choose among,
    and shall measure and track partners’ progress on strategy milestones;

Response: All IOUs are currently working to provide the Strategic Plan list by the
February 2010 deadline.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall submit criteria
    for assessing reasonable scopes of work and funding end points for all three
    categories of local government partnership work;

Response: IOUs are working with Energy Division to develop a plan for how to submit
criteria for assessing reasonable scopes of work and funding end points for all three
categories of local government partnership work.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall fund a non-
    utility position for a statewide local government energy efficiency best practices
    coordinator at $200,000/year. They shall work with this coordinator to convene an
    annual local government best practices forum;

Response: SDG&E will contribute its proportionate share to fund a non-utility position
for a statewide local government energy efficiency best practices coordinator.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall provide
    integrated audits to government partners where building size makes it cost effective;

Response: SDG&E will to offer Integrated Audits (as developed through the utilities
efforts with the IDSM taskforce) to its local government partner.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall study
    opportunities for a statewide local government streetlight retrofit program and request
    funding augmentation for such a program in 2010, if warranted;

Response: SDG&E has worked with its local governments over the years to retrofit
various streetlights. A study will be undertaken to identify additional opportunities for
streetlight retrofits. If warranted, funding will be requested in 2010.




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   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall assess and
    report to Energy Division on best practices and the cost-effectiveness of local
    government direct install and utility core program marketing programs, and shall
    modify or eliminate such programs in early 2010, as warranted;

Response: Not Applicable” for the DI component for SDG&E.

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall not use energy
    efficiency funds in any way which would discourage or interfere with a local
    government’s efforts to consider becoming, or to become, a Community Choice
    Aggregator.

Response: SDG&E has never used funds to discourage or interfere with local
governments efforts to become a Community Choice Aggregator and will continue this
policy in the 2010-2012 cycle.

Ordering Paragraph 40:
The proposed energy efficiency financing programs of Pacific Gas and Electric
Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company,
and Southern California Gas Company are approved with the following modifications:

   Each loan pool will be a revolving fund, applying loan repayments to make additional
    loans in the future;

   Commercial loans may have their terms extended beyond five years, not to exceed the
    expected useful life (EUL) of the bundle of efficiency measures proposed, when
    credit and risk factors support this;

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company may exceed the
    individual loan cap for institutional customers up to a total of $1 million per facility,
    for unique opportunities to capture large savings, and when all other terms will be
    met;

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company shall increase its target lending pool to $18.5
    million, equivalent to the combined targets for Southern California Edison Company
    and Southern California Gas Company, and do so by transferring financing program
    budget funds otherwise proposed for taxes and billing system modifications for on-
    bill repayments;

   Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego
    Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company should not file any
    advice letters for additional financing mechanisms beyond On-Bill Financing until a
    Energy Division publishes a report on energy efficiency financing.



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Response: SDG&E is currently establishing a revolving loan pool which is scheduled to
take effect by early 2010 ; Each loan pool will apply loan repayments to make
additional loans in the future. In addition, current commercial loans may have their terms
extended beyond five years, not to exceed the expected useful life (EUL) of the bundle of
efficiency measures proposed, when credit and risk factors support this.

Ordering Paragraph 46:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas
& Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company shall continue existing
contracts that are approved in this decision to be extended for the 2010-2012 period with
government partnerships and third-party implementers until March 1, 2010 or 60 days
after the approval of the “compliance” Advice Letter required by Ordering Paragraph 15
of this decision, whichever is later.

Response: SDG&E is working to extend all continuing local government and third party
program contracts until March 1, 2010 or 60 days after the approval of this Advice Letter,
whichever is later, to prevent “start-stops” and delays in program implementation.

Ordering Paragraph 50:
The overall energy efficiency Evaluation, Measurement and Verification budget is
tentatively set at 4 percent of overall energy efficiency portfolio budgets. This figure is
subject to review in a future Evaluation, Measurement and Verification decision in this
docket. Energy Division shall have the means to obtain additional funding to meet the
Commission’s EM&V commitments.

Response: SDG&E has budgeted 4% of its portfolio budget for EM&V as reflected in
Attachment C: Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts, Table 5.1.




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              Attachment B:


   San Diego Gas & Electric Company


Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness E3 Calculators
Program Summary                                             Nominal                 Present Value                                                                                        Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                       SDG&E                                                                                                                                          5/10/2008
Program Name                                        SDG&E IOU Core                                                                                                                                 5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                            $           218,710,585        $ 203,409,754                                                                                                   Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                        2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                             $               65,556,460    $    57,389,259                                                                                       SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Program Impacts

                                                                                       Annual Net                                 Net Jul-Sept Pk Net Dec-Feb Pk                 User
                                  Annual Net kWh          Lifecycle Net kWh             Therms        Lifecycle Net Therms             (kW)            (kW)      Net CEC (kW) Entered kW
2010-2012                            434,087,625                   4,064,495,661         8,894,953             162,321,340                 82,881        47,764        94,197     78,639
2013-2016                                     -                               -                 -                       -                     -             -              -          -

Cost Effectiveness (Lifecycle Present Value Dollars)
                                                                                  Benefits                                         Benefit - Cost
                                      Cost                    Electric                 Gas                   Incentives                NPV            B/C Ratio            Notes
Program TRC ($)                  $ 260,799,014                   $302,217,647       $76,761,840                  NA                 $118,180,473             1.45            *1
Program PAC ($)                  $ 203,409,754                   $302,217,647       $76,761,840                  NA                 $175,569,732             1.86           *1,2
Program RIM ($)                  $ 537,861,341                   $302,217,647       $76,761,840                  NA                ($158,881,855)            0.70            *1
*1 B/C Ratio is an approximation because any supply cost increases are treated as negative benefits rather than as a cost as in the Standard Practice Manual
*2 PAC benefits include environmental costs. This is to be consistent with the TRC benefits, but is not strictly consistent with the Standard Practice Manual.

Levelized Cost and Benefit (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                           Discounted Savings                                                                     Benefit - Cost
                                     kWh                  Therms                          Cost                Benefits               NPV
TRC ($/kWh )                     2,427,876,000                                     $        0.0787    $                  0.1245   $       0.0458
PAC ($/kWh)                      2,427,876,000                                     $        0.0645    $                  0.1245   $       0.0600
RIM ($/kWh)                      2,427,876,000                                     $        0.1767    $                  0.1245   $      (0.0522)

TRC ($/therm)                                                        82,049,327    $           0.76   $                    0.94   $      0.1770
PAC ($/therm)                                                        82,049,327    $           0.57   $                    0.94   $      0.3658
RIM ($/therm)                                                        82,049,327    $           1.33   $                    0.94   $     (0.3922)

Emissions Reductions
                                                         Electric Reductions                                      Gas Reductions
            Annual Reductions        CO2 (tons)                NOX (lbs)               PM-10 (lbs)           CO2 (tons)        NOX (lbs)
                         2010              68,508                        18,336               8,824                  17,601         42,421          * annual reductions are the units
                         2011              70,877                        18,979               9,128                  17,547        42,358           implemented in the year, times
                         2012              74,637                        20,011               9,608                  16,887        41,337           the annual emission reduction
                         2013                 -                              -                   -                      -               -           for the measure.
                         2014                 -                              -                   -                      -               -
                         2015                 -                              -                   -                      -               -
                         2016                 -                              -                   -                      -               -
                 Total Annual            214,021                         57,326             27,560                   52,035       126,116

         Lifecycle Reductions
                          2010            636,390                        171,347            81,836                   316,721            725,349
                          2011            659,887                        177,748            84,848                   317,764            727,323
                          2012            675,506                        182,035            86,846                   315,094            723,378
                          2013                 -                             -                 -                         -                   -
                          2014                 -                             -                 -                         -                   -
                          2015                 -                             -                 -                         -                   -
                          2016                 -                             -                 -                         -                   -
                Total Lifecycle         1,971,783                        531,131           253,530                   949,580          2,176,050


Reductions based on total annual installations

                                                                                         Annual Net                               Net July-Sept        Net Dec-Feb                         User   Net Annual
                                  Annual Net kWh          Lifecycle Net kWh                 Therms        Lifecycle Net Therms     Peak (kW)                   (kW)    Net CEC (kW) Entered kW     NCP (kW)
             2010                    140,659,520                   1,326,037,308         3,008,799                 54,140,417             22,265            15,712        30,523.12  25,707.82       22,763
             2011                    143,905,582                   1,359,334,398         2,999,485                 54,318,626             25,610            16,011        31,227.51  26,172.45       33,338
             2012                    149,522,522                   1,379,123,954         2,886,669                 53,862,297             35,006            16,041        32,446.39  26,758.48       51,181
             2013                             -                               -                 -                          -                 -                  -               -          -         30,000
             2014                             -                               -                 -                          -                 -                  -               -          -            (796)
             2015                             -                               -                 -                          -                 -                  -               -          -          (1,032)
             2016                             -                               -                 -                          -                 -                  -               -          -        (19,421)
             Total                   434,087,625                   4,064,495,661         8,894,953                162,321,340             82,881            47,764           94,197     78,639      116,033




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Program Summary                                             Nominal                Present Value                                                                                   Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                       SDG&E                                                                                                                                    5/10/2008
Program Name                                        SDG&E IOU Core                                                                                                                           5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                            $           218,710,585       $ 203,409,754                                                                                              Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                            $               65,556,460    $    57,389,259                                                                                  SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Net Impacts by Sector (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                         TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                      Annual Net                               Net July-Sept     Net Dec-Feb                        User Net Benefits*
                                 Annual Net kWh          Lifecycle Net kWh             Therms         Lifecycle Net Therms      Peak (kW)                (kW)   Net CEC (kW) Entered kW       ($)
Total                               411,579,021                   3,726,866,601          7,963,177             148,344,700             82,881         47,764          89,313     76,182 118,180,473
   RES                                       -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   NON_RES                                   -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   Residential                      239,722,687                   1,385,867,513         (1,421,718)              11,934,724            48,578         28,212          52,020     36,634   40,551,589
   Commercial                       167,084,986                   2,254,873,229          6,239,935               96,192,059            32,581         19,153          36,257     38,162   72,637,398
   Industrial                         3,716,265                      70,299,625          1,961,929               29,428,936             1,579            240             806      1,298    5,178,742
   Agricultural                       1,055,082                      15,826,234          1,183,031               10,788,980               144            159             229         88      (187,256)
   Not Used                                  -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                         -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                         -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                         -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                         -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                         -                               -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                     -          -             -
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* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by CPUC End Use Categories (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                         TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                      Annual Net                               Net July-Sept    Net Dec-Feb                         User Net Benefits*
                                 Annual Net kWh         Lifecycle Net kWh              Therms        Lifecycle Net Therms       Peak (kW)         Pk (kW)       Net CEC (kW) Entered kW       ($)
Total                               378,579,516                   3,463,617,491          2,286,907              62,788,274             82,881         47,764          82,152     69,504 101,811,917
   Clothes Dryer                               -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Clothes Washer                      1,177,403                     12,951,437            637,506                7,012,570               165            165             255        159       806,484
   Consumer Electronics                        -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Cooking                                     -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Dishwasher                            272,484                      2,997,324             47,432                  521,756                70              70             59         91    (2,279,889)
   Other Appliance                             -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Office Equipment                   59,834,270                    888,839,688            (74,953)              (1,058,605)           11,574          7,241          12,984     15,259   26,284,950
   Building shell                              -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Space Cooling                      42,140,649                    577,158,503          1,550,326              30,733,286             30,768          3,217           9,145     15,902   22,594,984
   Space Heating                               -                             -              20,988                  419,761               -               -              -          -        (275,964)
   Ventilation                         4,015,373                     60,230,588            219,500                2,414,500               832            486             871        -       2,574,324
   Interior Lighting                222,354,767                   1,366,169,830         (3,660,512)            (19,861,454)            32,955         31,069          48,251     33,119   46,419,603
   Exterior Lighting                  20,936,748                    314,051,213                 -                        -              2,785          2,324           4,543      1,466     3,639,327
   Daylighting                                 -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Motors                                      -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Process                             3,890,768                     55,515,709          2,593,303              30,922,018                530            585             844        519    (5,116,195)
   Compressed Air                              -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Food Processor                              -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Refrigeration                      23,376,333                    179,895,977             (2,475)                 (37,131)            3,164          2,570           5,073      2,781     3,764,403
   Freezers                                    -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Pumps                                       -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Pool Pump                             489,762                      4,897,620                 -                        -                 27              27            106        189       195,518
   Domestic Hot Water                          -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
   Water Heating                           90,960                       909,602            955,791              11,721,574                 12              12             20         20     3,204,372
   Other                                       -                             -                  -                        -                -               -              -          -              -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by Climate Zone (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                         TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                      Annual Net                               Net July-Sept    Net dec-Feb                         User Net Benefits*
                                 Annual Net kWh         Lifecycle Net kWh              Therms        Lifecycle Net Therms       Peak (kW)           Pk (kW)     Net CEC (kW) Entered kW       ($)
Total                               434,087,625                   4,064,495,661         8,894,953             162,321,340              82,881         47,764          94,197     94,197 118,180,473
                              7                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                             10                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                             14                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                             15                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                         System     434,087,625                   4,064,495,661         8,894,953             162,321,340              82,881         47,764          94,197     94,197 118,180,473
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
                              0                -                             -                  -                      -                  -              -               -          -             -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.




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Program Summary                                              Nominal             Present Value                                                   Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                        SDG&E                                                                                                 5/10/2008
Program Name                                         SDG&E IOU Core                                                                                        5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                             $           218,710,585     $ 203,409,754                                                             Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                             $             65,556,460    $   57,389,259                                                  SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Persistent reductions in the summer (3rd Qtr) or winter (4th Qtr) of each year
                                Net Juy-Sept
                                 Peak (kW)         Net Annual Dec-Feb (kW)
             2010                       11,132                        15,712
             2011                       35,070                        31,723
             2012                       65,378                        47,692
             2013                       82,504                        47,249
             2014                       81,709                        46,365
             2015                       80,677                        41,207
             2016                       71,333                        32,045
             2017                       52,348                        23,201


Monthly Impacts
   First Year for Impact Table:               2010
                                                      Monthly Five Hour Avg or Net Monthly NCP                                     Monthly Net
                                    Quarter                         TOU Peak               (kW)                  Monthly Net kWh    Therms
                   January-10          1                                    -               -                                 -             -
                  February-10          1                                    -               -                                 -             -
                     March-10          1                                    -               -                                 -             -
                      April-10         2                                 3,340           7,156                        2,307,923         60,086
                       May-10          2                                 4,609           7,938                        2,515,286         60,086
                      June-10          2                                 4,479           8,239                        2,531,573         60,086
                       July-10         3                                10,728         17,648                         5,502,906        120,173
                    August-10          3                                11,899         17,354                         5,446,110        120,173
                 September-10          3                                10,770         17,560                         5,353,921        120,173
                   October-10          4                                12,239         22,763                         7,422,774        195,841
                 November-10           4                                12,163         21,739                         7,568,714        195,841
                 December-10           4                                11,295         21,280                         7,616,480        195,841
                   January-11          5                                15,740         28,745                        10,150,637        261,121
                  February-11          5                                16,336         28,568                         9,629,012        261,121
                     March-11          5                                15,087         27,975                         9,348,013        261,121
                      April-11         6                                16,772         35,859                        11,584,982        300,433
                       May-11         6                                 23,879         41,266                        12,718,922        300,433
                      June-11         6                                 23,229         42,775                        12,800,361        300,433
                       July-11        7                                 33,856         56,101                        16,793,704        360,520
                    August-11         7                                 37,371         55,217                        16,623,316        360,520
                 September-11         7                                 33,983         55,838                        16,346,750        360,520
                   October-11         8                                 28,782         53,345                        17,455,902        455,795
                 November-11          8                                 28,605         50,955                        17,796,430        455,795
                 December-11          8                                 26,580         49,884                        17,907,883        455,795
                   January-12          9                                31,778         57,799                        20,482,736        520,687
                  February-12          9                                32,970         57,444                        19,439,486        520,687
                     March-12          9                                30,474         56,258                        18,877,489        520,687
                      April-12        10                                30,437         64,809                        21,016,027        540,821
                       May-12         10                                48,008         84,116                        23,647,268        540,821
                      June-12         10                                46,838         86,832                        23,793,857        540,821
                       July-12        11                                63,354        107,282                        28,963,947        600,949
                    August-12         11                                69,213        105,810                        28,679,968        600,949
                 September-12         11                                63,566        106,843                        28,219,025        600,949
                   October-12         12                                45,387         83,992                        27,563,599        701,228
                 November-12          12                                45,108         80,236                        28,098,714        701,228
                 December-12          12                                41,926         78,554                        28,273,854        701,228
                   January-13         13                                47,776         86,796                        30,837,461        761,469
                  February-13         13                                49,563         86,264                        29,272,586        761,469
                     March-13         13                                45,818         84,485                        28,429,591        761,469
                      April-13        14                                40,522         86,304                        28,008,840        721,203
                       May-13         14                                71,147        126,778                        32,397,526        721,203
                      June-13         14                                69,587        130,400                        32,592,979        721,203
                       July-13        15                                80,076        137,281                        35,164,431        721,203
                    August-13         15                                87,106        135,515                        34,823,655        721,203
                 September-13         15                                80,331        136,755                        34,270,523        721,203
                   October-13         16                                49,181         91,205                        29,858,117        766,712
                 November-13          16                                48,877         87,108                        30,441,878        766,712
                 December-13          16                                45,406         85,273                        30,632,941        766,712
                   January-14         17                                47,332         86,252                        30,545,563        768,485
                  February-14         17                                49,119         85,720                        28,980,687        768,485
                     March-14         17                                45,375         83,941                        28,137,692        768,485
                      April-14        18                                39,966         85,637                        27,636,216        721,203
                       May-14         18                                70,482        126,113                        32,050,904        721,203
                      June-14         18                                68,922        129,735                        32,246,357        721,203
                       July-14        19                                79,281        136,486                        34,739,590        721,203
                    August-14         19                                86,310        134,719                        34,398,815        721,203
                 September-14         19                                79,535        135,960                        33,845,683        721,203
                   October-14         20                                48,407         90,303                        29,327,201        775,823
                 November-14          20                                48,102         86,206                        29,910,962        775,823
                 December-14          20                                44,632         84,371                        30,102,025        775,823
                   January-15         21                                46,449         85,232                        29,935,501        778,269
                  February-15         21                                48,236         84,700                        28,370,626        778,269
                     March-15         21                                44,491         82,921                        27,527,631        778,269
                      April-15        22                                39,096         84,630                        27,034,533        721,203
                       May-15         22                                69,438        125,069                        31,476,861        721,203
                      June-15         22                                67,877        128,690                        31,672,314        721,203
                       July-15        23                                78,249        135,454                        34,172,782        721,203
                    August-15         23                                85,279        133,688                        33,832,007        721,203
                 September-15         23                                78,503        134,928                        33,278,875        721,203




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Program Summary                               Nominal           Present Value                                          Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                         SDG&E                                                                                      5/10/2008
Program Name                          SDG&E IOU Core                                                                             5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)              $           218,710,585   $ 203,409,754                                                    Base Year
                                                                                                                                      2010
Net Participant Cost ($)              $            65,556,460   $   57,389,259                                         SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

                   October-15    24                    45,306          84,821                   27,501,784   805,742
                 November-15     24                    44,992          80,906                   27,997,450   805,742
                 December-15     24                    41,797          79,108                   28,160,247   805,742
                   January-16    25                    41,277          75,664                   26,646,299   848,215
                  February-16    25                    42,745          75,111                   25,337,205   848,215
                     March-16    25                    39,527          73,629                   24,647,592   848,215
                      April-16   26                    33,716          70,946                   23,171,493   721,203
                       May-16    26                    64,148         111,613                   27,439,090   721,203
                      June-16    26                    62,879         114,731                   27,652,184   721,203
                       July-16   27                    69,760         116,033                   28,372,441   721,203
                    August-16    27                    74,518         114,286                   28,131,476   721,203
                 September-16    27                    69,721         115,023                   27,709,670   721,203
                   October-16    28                    35,702          66,098                   22,114,102   987,719
                 November-16     28                    35,354          62,912                   22,257,386   987,719
                 December-16     28                    33,256          61,264                   22,307,120   987,719




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Program Summary                                       Nominal      Present Value                                                                                     Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                      SDG&E                                                                                                                       5/10/2008
Program Name                                       SDG&E Partnerships                                                                                                          5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                            $ 28,574,241 $ 28,574,241                                                                                                  Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                    2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                            $              -    $              -                                                                             SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Program Impacts

                                                        Lifecycle Net       Annual Net     Lifecycle Net    Net Jul-Sept Pk Net Dec-Feb Pk                          User
                                  Annual Net kWh            kWh              Therms           Therms             (kW)            (kW)      Net CEC (kW)          Entered kW
2010-2012                                     -                    -                 -               -                  -             -              -                  -
2013-2016                                     -                    -                 -               -                  -             -              -                  -

Cost Effectiveness (Lifecycle Present Value Dollars)
                                                                        Benefits                           Benefit - Cost
                                      Cost              Electric            Gas          Incentives              NPV            B/C Ratio          Notes
Program TRC ($)                  $   28,574,241                  $0               $0         NA              ($28,574,241)               -           *1
Program PAC ($)                  $   28,574,241                  $0               $0         NA              ($28,574,241)               -          *1,2
Program RIM ($)                  $   28,574,241                  $0               $0         NA              ($28,574,241)               -           *1
*1 B/C Ratio is an approximation because any supply cost increases are treated as negative benefits rather than as a cost as in the Standard Practice Manual
*2 PAC benefits include environmental costs. This is to be consistent with the TRC benefits, but is not strictly consistent with the Standard Practice Manual.

Levelized Cost and Benefit (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                     Discounted Savings                                                     Benefit - Cost
                                    kWh              Therms                   Cost           Benefits          NPV
TRC ($/kWh )                               -                                 #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!
PAC ($/kWh)                                -                                 #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!
RIM ($/kWh)                                -                                 #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!

TRC ($/therm)                                                      -         #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!           #DIV/0!
PAC ($/therm)                                                      -         #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!           #DIV/0!
RIM ($/therm)                                                      -         #DIV/0!         #DIV/0!           #DIV/0!

Emissions Reductions
                                                  Electric Reductions                           Gas Reductions
            Annual Reductions       CO2 (tons)          NOX (lbs)     PM-10 (lbs)          CO2 (tons)    NOX (lbs)
                          2010               -                  -              -                   -              -          * annual reductions are the units
                          2011               -                  -              -                   -              -          implemented in the year, times
                          2012               -                  -              -                   -              -          the annual emission reduction
                          2013               -                  -              -                   -              -          for the measure.
                          2014               -                  -              -                   -              -
                          2015               -                  -              -                   -              -
                          2016               -                  -              -                   -              -
                  Total Annual               -                  -              -                   -              -

         Lifecycle Reductions
                          2010                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2011                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2012                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2013                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2014                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2015                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                          2016                -                    -                   -            -                    -
                Total Lifecycle               -                    -                   -            -                    -


Reductions based on total annual installations

                                                        Lifecycle Net         Annual Net    Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept       Net Dec-Feb                        User       Net Annual
                                  Annual Net kWh            kWh                  Therms           Therms     Peak (kW)                 (kW)     Net CEC (kW) Entered kW        NCP (kW)
             2010                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2011                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2012                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2013                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2014                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2015                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             2016                             -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -
             Total                            -                    -                -                -                 -                -                -          -               -




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Program Summary                                       Nominal      Present Value                                                                          Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                      SDG&E                                                                                                            5/10/2008
Program Name                                       SDG&E Partnerships                                                                                               5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                            $ 28,574,241 $ 28,574,241                                                                                       Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                         2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                            $              -    $            -                                                                    SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Net Impacts by Sector (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                TRC Lifecycle
                                                        Lifecycle Net       Annual Net   Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept    Net Dec-Feb                      User Net Benefits*
                                Annual Net kWh              kWh              Therms         Therms        Peak (kW)              (kW)   Net CEC (kW) Entered kW      ($)
Total                                         -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   RES                                        -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   NON_RES                                    -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   Residential                                -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   Commercial                                 -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   Industrial                                 -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   Agricultural                               -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   Not Used                                   -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                          -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                          -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                          -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                          -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                          -                    -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
   0                                                                                                                                             -          -            -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by CPUC End Use Categories (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                TRC Lifecycle
                                                     Lifecycle Net      Annual Net       Lifecycle Net  Net July-Sept    Net Dec-Feb                       User Net Benefits*
                                Annual Net kWh           kWh              Therms            Therms        Peak (kW)        Pk (kW)      Net CEC (kW) Entered kW      ($)
Total                                         -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Clothes Dryer                              -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Clothes Washer                             -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Consumer Electronics                       -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Cooking                                    -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Dishwasher                                 -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Other Appliance                            -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Office Equipment                           -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Building shell                             -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Space Cooling                              -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Space Heating                              -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Ventilation                                -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Interior Lighting                          -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Exterior Lighting                          -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Daylighting                                -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Motors                                     -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Process                                    -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Compressed Air                             -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Food Processor                             -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Refrigeration                              -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Freezers                                   -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Pumps                                      -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Pool Pump                                  -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Domestic Hot Water                         -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Water Heating                              -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
   Other                                      -                  -                  -              -               -              -              -          -            -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by Climate Zone (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                TRC Lifecycle
                                                        Lifecycle Net       Annual Net   Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept   Net dec-Feb                       User Net Benefits*
                                 Annual Net kWh             kWh              Therms         Therms        Peak (kW)          Pk (kW)    Net CEC (kW) Entered kW      ($)
Total                                        -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -     #DIV/0!
                             7               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
                            10               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
                            14               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
                            15               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
                        System               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -            -
                             0               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -     #DIV/0!
                             0               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -     #DIV/0!
                             0               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -     #DIV/0!
                             0               -                     -                 -             -                -             -              -          -     #DIV/0!




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Program Summary                                          Nominal      Present Value                                                        Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                         SDG&E                                                                                          5/10/2008
Program Name                                          SDG&E Partnerships                                                                             5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                               $ 28,574,241 $ 28,574,241                                                                     Base Year
                                                                                                                                                          2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                              $            -     $          -                                                      SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

                              0               -                  -                  -              -               -              -    -     -      #DIV/0!
                              0               -                  -                  -              -               -              -    -     -      #DIV/0!
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Persistent reductions in the summer (3rd Qtr) or winter (4th Qtr) of each year
                                Net Juy-Sept     Net Annual Dec-
                                 Peak (kW)              Feb (kW)
             2010                         -                  -
             2011                         -                  -
             2012                         -                  -
             2013                         -                  -
             2014                         -                  -
             2015                         -                  -
             2016                         -                  -
             2017                         -                  -


Monthly Impacts
   First Year for Impact Table:                2010
                                                          Monthly Five
                                                          Hour Avg or        Net Monthly                                 Monthly Net
                                     Quarter               TOU Peak           NCP (kW)                 Monthly Net kWh    Therms
                   January-10           1                           -              -                                -             -
                  February-10           1                           -              -                                -             -
                     March-10           1                           -              -                                -             -
                      April-10          2                           -              -                                -             -
                       May-10           2                           -              -                                -             -
                      June-10           2                           -              -                                -             -
                       July-10          3                           -              -                               -              -
                    August-10           3                           -              -                               -              -
                 September-10           3                           -              -                               -              -
                   October-10           4                           -              -                               -              -
                 November-10            4                           -              -                               -              -
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                      April-12         10                           -              -                               -              -
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                      June-12          10                           -              -                               -              -
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Program Summary                          Nominal      Present Value                          Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                         SDG&E                                                            5/10/2008
Program Name                          SDG&E Partnerships                                               5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)               $ 28,574,241 $ 28,574,241                                       Base Year
                                                                                                            2010
Net Participant Cost ($)              $          -   $          -                            SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

                    August-14    19              -              -                    -   -
                 September-14    19              -              -                    -   -
                   October-14    20              -              -                    -   -
                 November-14     20              -              -                    -   -
                 December-14     20              -              -                    -   -
                   January-15    21              -              -                    -   -
                  February-15    21              -              -                    -   -
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                      April-15   22              -              -                    -   -
                       May-15    22              -              -                    -   -
                      June-15    22              -              -                    -   -
                       July-15   23              -              -                    -   -
                    August-15    23              -              -                    -   -
                 September-15    23              -              -                    -   -
                   October-15    24              -              -                    -   -
                 November-15     24              -              -                    -   -
                 December-15     24              -              -                    -   -
                   January-16    25              -              -                    -   -
                  February-16    25              -              -                    -   -
                     March-16    25              -              -                    -   -
                      April-16   26              -              -                    -   -
                       May-16    26              -              -                    -   -
                      June-16    26              -              -                    -   -
                       July-16   27              -              -                    -   -
                    August-16    27              -              -                    -   -
                 September-16    27              -              -                    -   -
                   October-16    28              -              -                    -   -
                 November-16     28              -              -                    -   -
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Program Summary                                        Nominal       Present Value                                                                                                 Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                       SDG&E                                                                                                                                    5/10/2008
Program Name                                        SDG&E Third Party Prog                                                                                                                   5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                             $ 44,342,962 $ 40,981,213                                                                                                               Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                            $        681,558    $       596,970                                                                                            SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Program Impacts

                                                        Lifecycle Net       Annual Net     Lifecycle Net       Net Jul-Sept Pk Net Dec-Feb Pk                            User
                                  Annual Net kWh            kWh              Therms           Therms                (kW)            (kW)      Net CEC (kW)            Entered kW
2010-2012                             72,736,862          602,285,025           210,398        5,449,371                27,323          8,838       15,784                26,005
2013-2016                                     -                    -                 -               -                     -              -             -                     -

Cost Effectiveness (Lifecycle Present Value Dollars)
                                                                         Benefits                           Benefit - Cost
                                      Cost              Electric             Gas          Incentives             NPV             B/C Ratio          Notes
Program TRC ($)                  $   41,578,183        $66,507,166         $2,591,526         NA               $27,520,509               1.66         *1
Program PAC ($)                  $   40,981,213        $66,507,166         $2,591,526         NA               $28,117,479               1.69        *1,2
Program RIM ($)                  $   91,843,700        $66,507,166         $2,591,526         NA             ($22,745,008)               0.75         *1
*1 B/C Ratio is an approximation because any supply cost increases are treated as negative benefits rather than as a cost as in the Standard Practice Manual
*2 PAC benefits include environmental costs. This is to be consistent with the TRC benefits, but is not strictly consistent with the Standard Practice Manual.

Levelized Cost and Benefit (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                      Discounted Savings                                                        Benefit - Cost
                                     kWh             Therms                   Cost           Benefits              NPV
TRC ($/kWh )                       368,865,863                   $              0.1024     $    0.1803         $        0.0779
PAC ($/kWh)                        368,865,863                   $              0.1024     $    0.1803         $        0.0779
RIM ($/kWh)                        368,865,863                   $              0.2397     $    0.1803         $       (0.0593)

TRC ($/therm)                                              2,840,834    $          1.25    $          0.91     $      (0.3378)
PAC ($/therm)                                              2,840,834    $          1.04    $          0.91     $      (0.1276)
RIM ($/therm)                                              2,840,834    $          1.21    $          0.91     $      (0.3003)

Emissions Reductions
                                                Electric Reductions                                 Gas Reductions
            Annual Reductions       CO2 (tons)        NOX (lbs)     PM-10 (lbs)                CO2 (tons)    NOX (lbs)
                         2010             13,767            3,722          1,768                       420         1,046          * annual reductions are the units
                         2011             13,853            3,744          1,780                       406         1,024          implemented in the year, times
                         2012             13,832            3,739          1,777                       405         1,024          the annual emission reduction
                         2013                -                -               -                        -              -           for the measure.
                         2014                -                -               -                        -              -
                         2015                -                -               -                        -              -
                         2016                -                -               -                        -              -
                 Total Annual             41,451           11,205          5,325                     1,231         3,093

         Lifecycle Reductions
                          2010            116,077             31,818             14,856             10,674             23,687
                          2011            116,506             31,929             14,911             10,606             23,580
                          2012            116,420             31,906             14,900             10,599             23,569
                          2013                -                  -                  -                  -                  -
                          2014                -                  -                  -                  -                  -
                          2015                -                  -                  -                  -                  -
                          2016                -                  -                  -                  -                  -
                Total Lifecycle           349,003             95,653             44,667             31,879             70,837


Reductions based on total annual installations

                                                        Lifecycle Net         Annual Net       Lifecycle Net    Net July-Sept        Net Dec-Feb                         User
                                  Annual Net kWh            kWh                  Therms             Therms       Peak (kW)                  (kW)     Net CEC (kW) Entered kW       Net Annual NCP (kW)
             2010                     24,152,637          200,286,388           71,712           1,824,630               9,099            2,935          5,241.12   8,658.71                     6,523
             2011                     24,310,005          201,073,224           69,375           1,812,949               9,129            2,953          5,275.27   8,688.29                    13,065
             2012                     24,274,220          200,925,413           69,311           1,811,791               9,096            2,950          5,267.51   8,657.73                    13,052
             2013                             -                    -                -                   -                  -                 -                -          -                       4,153
             2014                             -                    -                -                   -                  -                 -                -          -                      (5,187)
             2015                             -                    -                -                   -                  -                 -                -          -                      (6,403)
             2016                             -                    -                -                   -                  -                 -                -          -                      (5,203)
             Total                    72,736,862          602,285,025          210,398           5,449,371              27,323            8,838            15,784     26,005                    19,999




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Program Summary                                       Nominal       Present Value                                                                                      Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                      SDG&E                                                                                                                         5/10/2008
Program Name                                       SDG&E Third Party Prog                                                                                                        5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                            $ 44,342,962 $ 40,981,213                                                                                                    Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                      2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                            $        681,558    $       596,970                                                                                SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Net Impacts by Sector (All Measures Installed through 2016)

                                                        Lifecycle Net       Annual Net   Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept     Net Dec-Feb                          User   TRC Lifecycle Net
                                 Annual Net kWh             kWh              Therms         Therms        Peak (kW)               (kW)   Net CEC (kW)    Entered kW      Benefits* ($)
Total                                72,736,862           602,285,025           210,398      5,449,371           27,323         8,838          15,784        26,005             27,520,509
   RES                                       -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   NON_RES                                   -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   Residential                       41,840,918           203,179,336           (87,352)     1,744,528           15,652         4,409           9,079        15,891              5,104,962
   Commercial                        30,741,212           396,784,707           105,750        824,843           11,671         4,429           6,671        10,101             22,927,498
   Industrial                           154,732             2,320,982           192,000      2,880,000              -              -                34            13               (511,951)
   Agricultural                              -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   Not Used                                  -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                         -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                         -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                         -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                         -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                         -                     -                 -             -                -              -              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
   0                                                                                                                                              -             -                       -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by CPUC End Use Categories (All Measures Installed through 2016)

                                                     Lifecycle Net       Annual Net      Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept    Net Dec-Feb                           User   TRC Lifecycle Net
                                 Annual Net kWh          kWh               Therms           Therms         Peak (kW)        Pk (kW)      Net CEC (kW)    Entered kW      Benefits* ($)
Total                                 72,493,930       599,699,442           (325,855)        (873,159)          27,323          8,838         15,731        25,923             26,887,606
   Clothes Dryer                              -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Clothes Washer                             -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Consumer Electronics                       -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Cooking                                    -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Dishwasher                                 -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Other Appliance                            -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Office Equipment                           -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Building shell                             -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Space Cooling                      33,076,612       397,130,744            174,051        1,946,128           19,676          3,805          7,178        18,531             22,426,114
   Space Heating                              -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Ventilation                                -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Interior Lighting                   8,452,209        54,788,426             (45,626)       (647,078)           1,749          1,498          1,834         1,599              1,524,124
   Exterior Lighting                          -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Daylighting                                -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Motors                                     -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Process                                    -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Compressed Air                             -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Food Processor                             -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Refrigeration                      30,965,109       147,780,273           (454,280)      (2,172,210)           5,898          3,535          6,719         5,794              2,937,368
   Freezers                                   -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Pumps                                      -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Pool Pump                                  -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Domestic Hot Water                         -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Water Heating                              -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
   Other                                      -                  -                  -              -                -               -             -             -                       -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by Climate Zone (All Measures Installed through 2016)

                                                     Lifecycle Net       Annual Net      Lifecycle Net   Net July-Sept    Net dec-Feb                           User   TRC Lifecycle Net
                                 Annual Net kWh          kWh               Therms           Therms         Peak (kW)          Pk (kW)    Net CEC (kW)    Entered kW      Benefits* ($)
Total                                 72,736,862       602,285,025            210,398        5,449,371           27,323          8,838         15,784        15,784             27,520,509
                              7               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                             10               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                             14               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                             15               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                         System       72,736,862       602,285,025            210,398        5,449,371           27,323          8,838         15,784        15,784             27,520,509
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
                              0               -                  -                  -              -                -              -              -             -                       -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.




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Program Summary                                         Nominal       Present Value                                            Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                        SDG&E                                                                               5/10/2008
Program Name                                         SDG&E Third Party Prog                                                              5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                              $ 44,342,962 $ 40,981,213                                                          Base Year
                                                                                                                                              2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                             $       681,558   $     596,970                                           SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls


Persistent reductions in the summer (3rd Qtr) or winter (4th Qtr) of each year
                                Net Juy-Sept     Net Annual Dec-
                                 Peak (kW)              Feb (kW)
             2010                        4,549             2,935
             2011                      13,663              5,888
             2012                      22,775              8,838
             2013                      26,109              8,584
             2014                      23,308              7,997
             2015                      19,548              6,451
             2016                      16,094              5,079
             2017                      14,198              4,041


Monthly Impacts
    First Year for Impact Table:              2010
                                                         Monthly Five
                                                         Hour Avg or Net Monthly NCP                           Monthly Net
                                    Quarter               TOU Peak               (kW)        Monthly Net kWh    Therms
                   January-10          1                           -              -                       -             -
                  February-10          1                           -              -                       -             -
                     March-10          1                           -              -                       -             -
                      April-10         2                          675            992                 404,044          3,949
                       May-10          2                        1,975          2,962                 583,933          3,949
                      June-10          2                        1,908          3,076                 594,213          3,949
                       July-10         3                        4,615          6,523              1,322,172           7,897
                    August-10          3                        4,591          6,437              1,334,026           7,897
                 September-10          3                        4,442          6,419              1,282,703           7,897
                   October-10          4                        2,384          3,756              1,393,512          (2,882)
                 November-10           4                        2,331          3,132              1,229,923          (2,882)
                 December-10           4                        2,210          2,945              1,202,357          (2,882)
                   January-11          5                        2,906          4,034              1,610,015          (3,842)
                  February-11          5                        2,952          3,960              1,533,175          (3,842)
                     March-11          5                        2,721          3,941              1,620,843          (3,842)
                      April-11         6                        3,378          4,964              2,023,165         19,743
                       May-11          6                        9,881        14,816               2,922,816         19,743
                      June-11          6                        9,544        15,389               2,974,339         19,743
                       July-11         7                       13,861        19,588               3,974,474         23,692
                    August-11          7                       13,788        19,330               4,010,140         23,692
                 September-11          7                       13,340        19,275               3,855,518         23,692
                   October-11          8                        5,578          8,786              3,262,189          (7,016)
                 November-11           8                        5,454          7,324              2,878,902          (7,016)
                 December-11           8                        5,170          6,887              2,814,447          (7,016)
                   January-12          9                        5,829          8,091              3,231,998          (8,074)
                  February-12          9                        5,923          7,941              3,077,263          (8,074)
                     March-12          9                        5,459          7,902              3,253,570          (8,074)
                      April-12        10                        6,094          8,953              3,650,752         35,536
                       May-12         10                       17,792        26,672               5,269,889         35,536
                      June-12         10                       17,185        27,708               5,363,030         35,536
                       July-12        11                       23,107        32,639               6,632,179         39,483
                    August-12         11                       22,984        32,209               6,691,741         39,483
                 September-12         11                       22,235        32,118               6,433,177         39,483
                   October-12         12                        8,776        13,821               5,133,201        (11,252)
                 November-12          12                        8,580        11,520               4,529,818        (11,252)
                 December-12          12                        8,132        10,832               4,428,478        (11,252)
                   January-13         13                        8,750        12,144               4,852,555        (12,311)
                  February-13         13                        8,892        11,918               4,619,983        (12,311)
                     March-13         13                        8,195        11,859               4,884,800        (12,311)
                      April-13        14                        8,114        11,924               4,859,653         47,378
                       May-13         14                       23,137        34,397               6,947,949         47,378
                      June-13         14                       22,329        35,780               7,072,336         47,378
                       July-13        15                       26,511        36,792               7,768,997         47,378
                    August-13         15                       26,352        36,268               7,839,432         47,378
                 September-13         15                       25,465        36,158               7,529,563         47,378
                   October-13         16                        9,416        14,828               5,501,360        (12,225)
                 November-13          16                        9,189        12,324               4,851,729        (12,225)
                 December-13          16                        8,689        11,559               4,744,608        (12,225)
                   January-14         17                        8,491        11,787               4,724,240        (12,181)
                  February-14         17                        8,655        11,547               4,496,056        (12,181)
                     March-14         17                        7,993        11,466               4,750,972        (12,181)
                      April-14        18                        7,832        11,380               4,652,872         47,378
                       May-14         18                       20,478        29,394               6,457,286         47,378
                      June-14         18                       19,843        30,751               6,585,911         47,378
                       July-14        19                       23,708        31,605               7,204,732         47,378
                    August-14         19                       23,517        31,063               7,269,356         47,378
                 September-14         19                       22,699        30,947               6,971,890         47,378
                   October-14         20                        8,885        14,019               5,165,201          (7,918)
                 November-14          20                        8,652        11,610               4,556,645          (7,918)
                 December-14          20                        8,156        10,837               4,458,417          (7,918)
                   January-15         21                        7,906        10,983               4,389,166          (6,497)
                  February-15         21                        8,078        10,763               4,182,559          (6,497)




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Program Summary                          Nominal       Present Value                                   Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                         SDG&E                                                                      5/10/2008
Program Name                          SDG&E Third Party Prog                                                     5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)               $ 44,342,962 $ 40,981,213                                                 Base Year
                                                                                                                      2010
Net Participant Cost ($)              $      681,558   $    596,970                                    SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

                     March-15    21            7,492          10,664             4,409,805   (6,497)
                      April-15   22            7,145          10,295             4,167,025   47,378
                       May-15    22           17,412          23,821             5,668,674   47,378
                      June-15    22           16,947          24,999             5,790,107   47,378
                       July-15   23           19,887          25,202             6,125,704   47,378
                    August-15    23           19,705          24,697             6,177,757   47,378
                 September-15    23           19,052          24,564             5,935,171   47,378
                   October-15    24            7,432          11,906             4,227,360   12,367
                 November-15     24            7,264           9,890             3,748,700   12,367
                 December-15     24            6,866           9,185             3,667,624   12,367
                   January-16    25            6,383           8,909             3,429,138   18,655
                  February-16    25            6,505           8,837             3,298,200   18,655
                     March-16    25            6,097           8,746             3,446,148   18,655
                      April-16   26            5,770           8,225             3,204,870   47,378
                       May-16    26           14,155          18,340             4,439,914   47,378
                      June-16    26           13,918          19,098             4,538,102   47,378
                       July-16   27           16,328          19,999             4,770,422   47,378
                    August-16    27           16,178          19,569             4,803,624   47,378
                 September-16    27           15,776          19,405             4,649,886   47,378
                   October-16    28            5,770           9,497             3,152,762   37,724
                 November-16     28            5,694           7,967             2,829,387   37,724
                 December-16     28            5,428           7,360             2,766,881   37,724




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Program Summary                                                    Nominal                      Present Value                                                                                                 Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                               SDG&E                                                                                                                                                       5/10/2008
Program Name                                                SDG&E Portfolio                                                                                                                                             5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                                    $            291,627,787 $                272,965,208                                                                                                       Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                                     $              66,238,018 $                57,986,229                                                                                            SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Program Impacts

                                                                                                                                              Net Jul-Sept Pk     Net Dec-Feb
                                     Annual Net kWh               Lifecycle Net kWh           Annual Net Therms        Lifecycle Net Therms        (kW)             Pk (kW)       Net CEC (kW)      User Entered kW
2010-2012                                    506,824,487                  4,666,780,685                  9,105,351              167,770,711           110,204           56,602         109,981              104,643
2013-2016                                            -                              -                          -                         -                -                -                -                    -

Cost Effectiveness (Lifecycle Present Value Dollars)
                                                                                               Benefits                                         Benefit - Cost
                                         Cost                         Electric                       Gas                     Incentives              NPV           B/C Ratio          Notes
Program TRC ($)                 $           330,951,437                  $368,724,813                 $79,353,366                 NA              $117,126,741           1.35           *1
Program PAC ($)                 $           272,965,208                  $368,724,813                 $79,353,366                 NA              $175,112,971           1.64          *1,2
Program RIM ($)                 $           658,279,282                  $368,724,813                 $79,353,366                 NA             ($210,201,104)          0.68           *1
*1 B/C Ratio is an approximation because any supply cost increases are treated as negative benefits rather than as a cost as in the Standard Practice Manual
*2 PAC benefits include environmental costs. This is to be consistent with the TRC benefits, but is not strictly consistent with the Standard Practice Manual.

Levelized Cost and Benefit (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                              Discounted Savings                                                                              Benefit - Cost
                                        kWh                      Therms                             Cost                     Benefits            NPV
TRC ($/kWh )                             2,796,741,863                                    $                 0.0898     $             0.1318   $       0.0420
PAC ($/kWh)                              2,796,741,863                                    $                 0.0775     $             0.1318   $       0.0543
RIM ($/kWh)                              2,796,741,863                                    $                 0.1937     $             0.1318   $      (0.0618)

TRC ($/therm)                                                               84,890,161    $                     0.85   $               0.93   $       0.0873
PAC ($/therm)                                                               84,890,161    $                     0.66   $               0.93   $       0.2769
RIM ($/therm)                                                               84,890,161    $                     1.37   $               0.93   $      (0.4385)

Emissions Reductions
                                                                 Electric Reductions                                            Gas Reductions
          Annual Reductions             CO2 (tons)                     NOX (lbs)                 PM-10 (lbs)               CO2 (tons)        NOX (lbs)
                        2010                       82,275                        22,058                     10,592                 18,021        43,467         * annual reductions are the units
                        2011                       84,729                        22,723                     10,907                 17,953        43,382         implemented in the year, times
                        2012                       88,468                        23,750                     11,385                 17,292        42,360         the annual emission reduction
                        2013                          -                             -                          -                      -              -          for the measure.
                        2014                          -                             -                          -                      -              -
                        2015                          -                             -                          -                      -              -
                        2016                          -                             -                          -                      -              -
                Total Annual                      255,472                        68,530                    32,884                  53,266       129,209

        Lifecycle Reductions
                         2010                     752,466                      203,165                      96,691                 327,396           749,036
                         2011                     776,392                      209,677                      99,759                 328,370           750,903
                         2012                     791,927                      213,941                     101,747                 325,693           746,947
                         2013                         -                            -                           -                       -                 -
                         2014                         -                            -                           -                       -                 -
                         2015                         -                            -                           -                       -                 -
                         2016                         -                            -                           -                       -                 -
               Total Lifecycle                  2,320,785                      626,784                     298,198                 981,459         2,246,886


Reductions based on total annual installations

                                                                                                                                               Net July-Sept       Net Dec-Feb                                         Net Annual
                                     Annual Net kWh               Lifecycle Net kWh              Annual Net Therms     Lifecycle Net Therms     Peak (kW)                  (kW)   Net CEC (kW)      User Entered kW     NCP (kW)
             2010                            164,812,158                  1,526,323,696                  3,080,511               55,965,048            31,363           18,647       35,764.24            34,366.54       26,519
             2011                            168,215,587                  1,560,407,622                  3,068,860               56,131,575            34,738           18,964       36,502.78            34,860.74       49,170
             2012                            173,796,742                  1,580,049,367                  2,955,980               55,674,088            44,102           18,992       37,713.89            35,416.21       64,233
             2013                                    -                              -                          -                        -                 -                 -              -                    -         34,152
             2014                                    -                              -                          -                        -                 -                 -              -                    -          (5,982)
             2015                                    -                              -                          -                        -                 -                 -              -                    -          (7,435)
             2016                                    -                              -                          -                        -                 -                 -              -                    -        (24,625)
             Total                           506,824,487                  4,666,780,685                  9,105,351             167,770,711           110,204            56,602         109,981             104,643       136,031




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Program Summary                                                   Nominal                     Present Value                                                                                            Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                              SDG&E                                                                                                                                                 5/10/2008
Program Name                                               SDG&E Portfolio                                                                                                                                       5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                                   $            291,627,787 $                272,965,208                                                                                                 Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                                    $               66,238,018 $               57,986,229                                                                                      SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Net Impacts by Sector (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                                               TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                                                                            Net July-Sept      Net Dec-Feb                                     Net Benefits*
                                     Annual Net kWh             Lifecycle Net kWh           Annual Net Therms     Lifecycle Net Therms       Peak (kW)                 (kW)   Net CEC (kW)    User Entered kW       ($)
Total                                        484,315,883                4,329,151,625                  8,173,575           153,794,071            110,204           56,602         105,097           102,186 117,126,741
   RES                                               -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   NON_RES                                           -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   Residential                               281,563,605                1,589,046,849                 (1,509,069)           13,679,252              64,230          32,621          61,099             52,525    36,051,788
   Commercial                                197,826,198                2,651,657,936                  6,345,684            97,016,902              44,251          23,582          42,928             48,263    78,533,425
   Industrial                                  3,870,997                   72,620,607                  2,153,929            32,308,936               1,579             240             840              1,311     3,216,344
   Agricultural                                1,055,082                   15,826,234                  1,183,031            10,788,980                 144             159             229                  88     (674,816)
   Not Used                                          -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                 -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                 -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                 -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                 -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                 -                            -                          -                      -                  -                -              -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
   0                                                                                                                                                                                   -                  -             -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by CPUC End Use Categories (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                                               TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                                                                            Net July-Sept     Net Dec-Feb                                      Net Benefits*
                                    Annual Net kWh               Lifecycle Net kWh          Annual Net Therms      Lifecycle Net Therms      Peak (kW)          Pk (kW)       Net CEC (kW)    User Entered kW       ($)
Total                                        451,073,446                 4,063,316,933                  1,961,052             61,915,115          110,204           56,602          97,883             95,426 103,293,046
   Clothes Dryer                                      -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Clothes Washer                               1,177,403                   12,951,437                    637,506              7,012,570               165             165             255                159       500,486
   Consumer Electronics                               -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Cooking                                            -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Dishwasher                                     272,484                    2,997,324                     47,432                521,756                70               70              59                 91   (2,314,819)
   Other Appliance                                    -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Office Equipment                            59,834,270                  888,839,688                    (74,953)            (1,058,605)           11,574           7,241          12,984             15,259    22,059,445
   Building shell                                     -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Space Cooling                               75,217,261                  974,289,247                  1,724,377             32,679,414            50,444           7,022          16,322             34,433    36,598,009
   Space Heating                                      -                              -                     20,988                419,761               -               -               -                  -        (289,714)
   Ventilation                                  4,015,373                   60,230,588                    219,500              2,414,500               832             486             871                -       2,206,304
   Interior Lighting                         230,806,976                 1,420,958,257                 (3,706,138)           (20,508,532)           34,705          32,567          50,085             34,718    40,731,642
   Exterior Lighting                           20,936,748                  314,051,213                        -                      -               2,785           2,324           4,543              1,466     2,290,165
   Daylighting                                        -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Motors                                             -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Process                                      3,890,768                   55,515,709                  2,593,303             30,922,018               530             585             844                519    (6,450,407)
   Compressed Air                                     -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Food Processor                                     -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Refrigeration                               54,341,441                  327,676,250                   (456,755)            (2,209,341)            9,061           6,105          11,792              8,574     4,972,610
   Freezers                                           -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Pumps                                              -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Pool Pump                                      489,762                    4,897,620                        -                      -                   27              27            106                189       172,067
   Domestic Hot Water                                 -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
   Water Heating                                   90,960                       909,602                   955,791             11,721,574                 12              12              20                 20    2,817,259
   Other                                              -                              -                        -                      -                 -               -               -                  -             -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.

Net Impacts by Climate Zone (All Measures Installed through 2016)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              TRC Lifecycle
                                                                                                                                            Net July-Sept     Net dec-Feb                                     Net Benefits*
                                    Annual Net kWh               Lifecycle Net kWh          Annual Net Therms       Lifecycle Net Therms     Peak (kW)            Pk (kW)     Net CEC (kW)    User Entered kW      ($)
Total                                        506,824,487                 4,666,780,685                 9,105,351             167,770,711          110,204           56,602         109,981           109,981 117,126,741
                              7                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                             10                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                             14                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                             15                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                        System               506,824,487                 4,666,780,685                 9,105,351             167,770,711          110,204           56,602         109,981           109,981 117,126,741
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
                              0                       -                              -                        -                       -                -               -               -                  -            -
* Include program-level and admin costs allocated based to total gas and electric programs at the measure level.




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Program Summary                                                 Nominal                Present Value                                             Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                                            SDG&E                                                                                             5/10/2008
Program Name                                             SDG&E Portfolio                                                                                   5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)                                 $            291,627,787 $           272,965,208                                                  Base Year
                                                                                                                                                                2010
Net Participant Cost ($)                                 $             66,238,018 $            57,986,229                                        SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

Persistent reductions in the summer (3rd Qtr) or winter (4th Qtr) of each year
                               Net Juy-Sept Peak (kW)      Net Annual Dec-Feb (kW)
             2010                               15,682                      18,647
             2011                               48,733                      37,611
             2012                               88,153                      56,530
             2013                              108,614                      55,833
             2014                              105,017                      54,362
             2015                              100,225                      47,658
             2016                               87,427                      37,124
             2017                               66,546                      27,242


Monthly Impacts
  First Year for Impact Table:                    2010
                                                         Monthly Five Hour Avg or                                   Monthly Net    Monthly Net
                                      Quarter                          TOU Peak       Net Monthly NCP (kW)             kWh          Therms
                  January-10             1                                     -                       -                     -              -
                 February-10             1                                     -                       -                     -              -
                    March-10             1                                     -                       -                     -              -
                     April-10            2                                   4,014                   8,148             2,711,967        64,035
                      May-10             2                                   6,584                  10,900             3,099,218        64,035
                     June-10             2                                   6,386                  11,316             3,125,786        64,035
                      July-10            3                                  15,343                  24,171             6,825,078       128,070
                   August-10             3                                  16,490                  23,791             6,780,136       128,070
                September-10             3                                  15,212                  23,979             6,636,624       128,070
                  October-10             4                                  14,623                  26,519             8,816,286       192,959
                November-10              4                                  14,494                  24,870             8,798,637       192,959
                December-10              4                                  13,506                  24,225             8,818,837       192,959
                  January-11             5                                  18,646                  32,779            11,760,652       257,279
                 February-11             5                                  19,288                  32,528            11,162,187       257,279
                    March-11             5                                  17,808                  31,916            10,968,857       257,279
                     April-11            6                                  20,151                  40,823            13,608,147       320,176
                      May-11             6                                  33,761                  56,082            15,641,739       320,176
                     June-11             6                                  32,773                  58,164            15,774,699       320,176
                      July-11            7                                  47,717                  75,688            20,768,178       384,211
                   August-11             7                                  51,159                  74,548            20,633,456       384,211
                September-11             7                                  47,322                  75,113            20,202,268       384,211
                  October-11             8                                  34,360                  62,131            20,718,091       448,779
                November-11              8                                  34,059                  58,279            20,675,332       448,779
                December-11              8                                  31,750                  56,772            20,722,330       448,779
                  January-12             9                                  37,607                  65,890            23,714,734       512,612
                 February-12             9                                  38,893                  65,385            22,516,749       512,612
                    March-12             9                                  35,932                  64,161            22,131,059       512,612
                     April-12           10                                  36,531                  73,761            24,666,779       576,357
                      May-12            10                                  65,800                 110,788            28,917,157       576,357
                     June-12            10                                  64,022                 114,540            29,156,887       576,357
                      July-12           11                                  86,462                 139,921            35,596,126       640,432
                   August-12            11                                  92,196                 138,019            35,371,709       640,432
                September-12            11                                  85,801                 138,961            34,652,201       640,432
                  October-12            12                                  54,163                  97,813            32,696,800       689,976
                November-12             12                                  53,688                  91,756            32,628,532       689,976
                December-12             12                                  50,059                  89,385            32,702,333       689,976
                  January-13            13                                  56,525                  98,940            35,690,017       749,158
                 February-13            13                                  58,454                  98,182            33,892,569       749,158
                    March-13            13                                  54,013                  96,344            33,314,391       749,158
                     April-13           14                                  48,636                  98,228            32,868,493       768,581
                      May-13            14                                  94,284                 161,174            39,345,475       768,581
                     June-13            14                                  91,915                 166,179            39,665,314       768,581
                      July-13           15                                 106,587                 174,073            42,933,427       768,581
                   August-13            15                                 113,458                 171,783            42,663,087       768,581
                September-13            15                                 105,795                 172,913            41,800,087       768,581
                  October-13            16                                  58,598                 106,034            35,359,476       754,487
                November-13             16                                  58,066                  99,432            35,293,607       754,487
                December-13             16                                  54,095                  96,832            35,377,549       754,487
                  January-14            17                                  55,824                  98,040            35,269,803       756,304
                 February-14            17                                  57,774                  97,267            33,476,743       756,304
                    March-14            17                                  53,368                  95,407            32,888,664       756,304
                     April-14           18                                  47,799                  97,017            32,289,087       768,581
                      May-14            18                                  90,960                 155,507            38,508,190       768,581
                     June-14            18                                  88,765                 160,485            38,832,268       768,581
                      July-14           19                                 102,988                 168,091            41,944,322       768,581
                   August-14            19                                 109,828                 165,782            41,668,170       768,581
                September-14            19                                 102,234                 166,907            40,817,573       768,581
                  October-14            20                                  57,292                 104,322            34,492,402       767,905
                November-14             20                                  56,755                  97,815            34,467,608       767,905
                December-14             20                                  52,788                  95,207            34,560,441       767,905
                  January-15            21                                  54,355                  96,215            34,324,667       771,772
                 February-15            21                                  56,314                  95,463            32,553,185       771,772
                    March-15            21                                  51,983                  93,584            31,937,436       771,772
                     April-15           22                                  46,241                  94,925            31,201,558       768,581
                      May-15            22                                  86,849                 148,890            37,145,535       768,581
                     June-15            22                                  84,825                 153,690            37,462,420       768,581
                      July-15           23                                  98,136                 160,656            40,298,486       768,581
                   August-15            23                                 104,984                 158,385            40,009,763       768,581
                September-15            23                                  97,555                 159,492            39,214,046       768,581
                  October-15            24                                  52,738                  96,727            31,729,144       818,108
                November-15             24                                  52,257                  90,795            31,746,150       818,108
                December-15             24                                  48,663                  88,293            31,827,871       818,108
                  January-16            25                                  47,660                  84,573            30,075,438       866,870
                 February-16            25                                  49,251                  83,949            28,635,405       866,870
                    March-16            25                                  45,624                  82,376            28,093,741       866,870
                     April-16           26                                  39,486                  79,170            26,376,364       768,581
                      May-16            26                                  78,303                 129,953            31,879,005       768,581
                     June-16            26                                  76,796                 133,829            32,190,286       768,581
                      July-16           27                                  86,088                 136,031            33,142,863       768,581
                   August-16            27                                  90,696                 133,854            32,935,100       768,581




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Program Summary                            Nominal               Present Value                                        Avoided Cost Version
Proposer Name                       SDG&E                                                                                       5/10/2008
Program Name                        SDG&E Portfolio                                                                             5/22/2008
Total Program Budget ($)            $            291,627,787 $         272,965,208                                              Base Year
                                                                                                                                     2010
Net Participant Cost ($)            $            66,238,018 $           57,986,229                                    SDG&E 10-12 v1i.xls

                September-16   27                    85,497                134,429           32,359,555     768,581
                  October-16   28                    41,471                 75,595           25,266,865   1,025,443
                November-16    28                    41,048                 70,879           25,086,773   1,025,443
                December-16    28                    38,684                 68,624           25,074,001   1,025,443




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              Attachment C:


    San Diego Gas & Electric Company


Energy Division Tables, Graphs & Pie Charts
                                                                         1,2,3
Table 1.1 - Projected GROSS Annual Savings Impacts by Year
                                                   2010                                                                2011                                            2012

                                                                                 % of 2009                                        % of 2010                                   % of 2011
                                                Total         CPUC Goal            Goal           Total              CPUC Goal      Goal          Total           CPUC Goal     Goal    3 YR TOTAL
 Energy Savings (Gross GWh)                             256         195               131%                264              187         141%               274           158        174%       794.44
 Demand Reduction (Gross MW)                             51          39               132%                 52               37         142%                53            31        172%       157.27
 Gas Savings (Gross MMTh)                               4.0         3.5               114%                3.9              3.8         104%               3.7           4.1         91%        11.66

 1
     forecasting annual savings installations during 2010 - 2012 program funding cycle.
2
     This table compares forecast accomplishments in that program year against CPUC's annual goal and does not incorporate any prior year reductions.
 3
     Indicate and include Codes & Standards and LIEE Savings.
                          Gross Energy Savings (GWh) by Year                                                            Gross Demand Reduction (MW) by Year
                                                                                             54
     280
                                                                                                                                                                53
                                                                  274                        54
     275
                                                                                             53
     270                                                                                                                               52
                                                                                             53
                                          264
     265
                                                                                             52
     260                                                                                                        51
                   256                                                                       52

     255                                                                                     51

     250                                                                                     51

     245                                                                                     50
                   2010                  2011                     2012                                          2010                  2011                      2012




                           Gross Gas Savings (MMTh) by Year
 4.1
                  4.0
 4.0
                                         3.9
 4.0

 3.9

 3.9

 3.8

 3.8                                                               3.7

 3.7

 3.7

 3.6

 3.6
                 2010                    2011                     2012




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Table 1.2 - 2010-2012 Total Projected Gross Portfolio Savings Impacts
                                                                           1
                                                       Budget (millions)                      Energy Savings (Gross GWh)              Demand Reduction (Gross MW)                 Gas Savings (Gross MMTh)

                                                                              %                                           %                                        %                                        %
Total Portfolio                                   Total                    of Total                 Total              of Total              Total              of Total              Total              of Total
Residential                               $       21,215,200.29                       23%                   386.9            49%                      70.1             45%                       (1.3)        -11%
                                 LIEE                        $0                        0%                    22.5             6%                       2.5              4%                        0.9         -73%
                            Pool Pump                   $92,364                        0%                     0.7             0%                       0.3              0%                        -             0%
               Res Appliance Recycling                       $0                        0%                    36.4             9%                       6.8             10%                       (0.5)         42%
                           Res HVAC                 $13,214,923                       62%                    14.3             4%                      17.1             24%                        0.5         -36%
                          Res Lighting               $3,319,553                       16%                   310.5            80%                      42.4             60%                       (5.9)        468%
                 Res New Construction                $1,748,914                        8%                     0.6             0%                       0.7              1%                        0.1         -10%
                    Res Water Heating                $2,839,447                       13%                     1.9             0%                       0.3              0%                        3.7        -291%
Commercial                                $       51,527,574.20                       56%                   243.6            31%                      59.7             38%                        8.7          75%
                     Calculated HVAC                 $14,070,445                      27%                    31.1            13%                      14.0             23%                        3.4          39%
                    Calculated Lighting               $6,192,307                      12%                    24.0            10%                       5.0              8%                       (0.1)         -1%
               Calculated Other/Process              $14,047,852                      27%                    32.7            13%                       2.3              4%                        4.2          49%
               Calculated Refrigeration               $3,344,853                       6%                    15.2             6%                       1.8              3%                        -             0%
                      Deemed Cooking                  $1,923,493                       4%                     -               0%                       -                0%                        0.8           9%
                        Deemed HVAC                            $0                      0%                     0.3             0%                       0.3              0%                       (0.0)          0%
                      Deemed Lighting                 $5,702,013                      11%                    77.3            32%                      19.8             33%                       (0.1)         -1%
                  Deemed Refrigeration                $2,462,571                       5%                    21.3             9%                       2.5              4%                       (0.0)          0%
                Deemed Water Heating                  $3,784,040                       7%                     0.8             0%                       0.3              1%                        0.3           4%
                               Lighting                        $0                      0%                     4.8                                      0.7              1%                       (0.1)         -1%
                Space Cooling/Heating                          $0                      0%                    35.8            15%                      13.1             22%                        0.2           2%
Industrial                                $       14,564,268.81                       16%                    30.7             4%                       5.3              3%                        3.8          33%
                     Calculated HVAC                   $720,364                        5%                     4.5            15%                       1.7             32%                        -             0%
                    Calculated Lighting                $532,826                        4%                     1.3             4%                       0.3              6%                       (0.0)          0%
               Calculated Other/Process              $9,042,359                       62%                     3.5            12%                       0.3              6%                        3.1          80%
                        Deemed HVAC                  $1,884,292                       13%                     8.0            26%                       -                0%                        -             0%
                      Deemed Lighting                $2,255,163                       15%                    13.0            43%                       3.0             56%                       (0.0)         -1%
                Deemed Water Heating                   $129,264                        1%                     -               0%                       -                0%                        0.5          12%
                                  Other                      $0                        0%                     0.2             1%                       0.0              0%                        0.3           8%
Agricultural                           $           4,070,132.19                        4%                     1.6             0%                       0.1              0%                        1.8          15%
              Calculated Other/Process                $3,451,892                      85%                     1.6           100%                       0.1            100%                        0.8          43%
                       Deemed HVAC                      $618,240                      15%                     -               0%                       -                0%                        1.0          57%
Codes and Standards                    $                     -                         0%                   131.7            17%                      22.0             14%                      (1.3)         -12%
                              Lighting                         $0                      0%                     9.9             8%                       4.5             20%                       (0.0)          2%
                          Res Lighting                         $0                      0%                    54.2            41%                      14.5             66%                       (1.1)         83%
               Space Cooling/Heating                           $0                      0%                    67.5            51%                       3.0             14%                       (0.2)         15%
Total                                  $          91,377,175.49                                             794.4                                    157.3                                      11.7

CPUC Goal                                                                                                    540.0                                   107.0                                      11.4
1 - The total budget by market sector is sum of rebate incentive, payments to upstream vendors, direct install material and labor costs. Excludes marketing and administrative related costs.
Cross cutting core programs allocated to appropriate market sector where energy savings expected to be realized.
2 - Cross Cutting programs include Government Partnership programs and Third Party programs.




                                                                                                   Page 2 of 59
Table 1.2 - 2010-2012 Total Projected Gross Portfolio Savings Impacts



                                                        Residential                                                                                               Residential
                                           Gross Energy Savings (GWH) by End Use              Pool Pump                               Res HVAC       Gross Demand Reduction (MW) by End Use
                                                                                                 0%                                     24%
                                                                                                                                                                                              Res New Construction
                                                                                          Res Appliance Recycling
                                                                                                                                                                                                      1%
                                                                                                    9%
                                                                                                Res HVAC
                                                                                                    4%                                                                                            Res Water Heating
                                                                                           Res New Construction           Res Appliance                                                                 0%
                                                                                                    0%                      Recycling
                                                                                                                              10%
                                                                                                Res Water Heating                                                                                LIEE
                                                                                                      0%                                                                                          4%

                         Lighting                                                                                                 Pool Pump
                           81%                                                              LIEE                                     0%
                                                                                             6%


                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                                    61%




                                                               Residential
                                                                                                                                                                   Residential
          Res New Construction               Gross Gas
                                         Res Water Heating   Savings (MMth) by End Use
                  1%                                                                                                                                       Budget (Millions) by End Use       Res Water Heating
                                              32%                                                                                   Res New Construction
                                                                                                                                                                                                    13%
                                                                                                                                            8%
                                                                                                                                                                                               LIEE
                                                                                                                                                                                                0%

                  Res HVAC
                     4%                                                                             LIEE                                                                                         Lighting
                                                                                                     8%                                                                                            16%
               Res Appliance Recycling
                         5%
                                                                                                                                                                                             Res Appliance
                      Pool Pump
                                                                                                                                                                                               Recycling
                         0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0%


                                                                                                                                          Res HVAC
                                                                                                                                            63%
                                                                                                                                                                                          Pool Pump
                                                                                                                                                                                             0%



                                                                                         Lighting
                                                                                           50%




                                                                                                           Page 3 of 59
Table 1.2 - 2010-2012 Total Projected Gross Portfolio Savings Impacts


                                        Non Residential                                                                                    Nonresidential
                   Process
                     9%
                             Gross Energy Savings (GWH) by End Use         Refrigeration                                       Gross Demand Reduction (MW) by End Use
                                                                                9%                                                                                                                Process
                                                                   Other                                                                                                                             3%
                                                                               Water Heating                                                                          Other
                                                                    0%                                                                                                                     Refrigeration
                                                                                   0%                                                                                  0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                5%

                                                                           Cooking                                                                                                        Water Heating
                                                                             0%                                                                                                               0%
                                                                                                               Lighting
                                                                                                                 55%                                                                        Cooking
                  Lighting                                                                                                                                                                     0%
                    46%                                                    Cool/Heat
                                                                             25%




                                                                                                                                                                              Cool/Heat
                                                                 HVAC                                                                                                           19%
                                                                  11%
                                                                                                                                                              HVAC
                                                                                                                                                               18%




                                           Nonresidential                                                                                  Nonresidential
                                                                                                                                                                     Refrigeration
                                Gross Gas Savings (MMth) by End Use                                                                  Budgets(Millions) by End Use         8%
                                                                             Refrigeration
                                                                                  0%                                                                                          Water Heating
                                                                                                                                                                                  6%
                                                                  Other         Water Heating                                                                        Other
                                                                   2%               5%                         Process                                                0%      Cool/Heat
                                                                                                                37%                                                             0%
                                                                                     Cooking
                                                                                       5%
             Process
                                                                                                                                                                          Cooking
              51%
                                                                                                                                                                            3%
                                                                                Cool/Heat
                                                                                  0%                                                                                             HVAC
                                                                                                                                                                                  25%


                                                                           HVAC
                                                                            28%

                                                                                                                          Lighting
                                  Lighting                                                                                  21%
                                    9%




                                                                                                Page 4 of 59
Table 1.3 - 2010-2012Projected Savings Impacts of Resource Programs by Market Sector
                                                                                                                           Demand
                                                    Budget          % of          Energy Savings         % of           Reduction (Gross               % of           Gas Savings              % of
Market Sector                                     (millions) 1      Total          (Gross GWh)           Total               MW)                       Total         (Gross MMTh)              Total
 Residential                               $               21.22            23%            364.36                46%               67.65                       43%             (2.20)              -19%
 Commercial                                $               51.53            56%            243.55                31%               59.72                       38%              8.69                 75%
 Industrial                                $               14.56            16%             30.65                 4%                5.31                        3%              3.82                 33%
 Agricultural                              $                 4.07            4%              1.65                 0%                0.14                        0%              1.76                 15%
 Codes and Standards                       $                   -             0%            131.71                17%               21.99                       14%             (1.34)              -12%
 LIEE                                      $                   -             0%             22.51                 3%                2.46                        2%              0.93                  8%
Total 3                                    $               91.38                                794.44                                  157.27                                 11.66

CPUC Goal                                                                              540.00                                 107.00                              11.40
1 - The total budget by market sector is sum of rebate incentive, payments to upstream vendors, direct install material and labor costs. Excludes marketing and administrative related costs.
Cross cutting core programs allocated to appropriate market sector where energy savings expected to be realized.
2 - Cross Cutting programs include Government Partnership programs and Third Party programs.
3 - Projected savings impacts include Intergrated Audit Program.




                                Energy Savings (GWh) by Market Sector                                                               Demand Reduction(MW) by Market Sector
                                                                                                                                        Codes and Standards
                            Codes and Standards                                                                                                14%
                       Agricultural
                                    17%                                                                             Industrial
                           0%                                                 LIEE                                     3%                                                           LIEE
                                                                               3%                                                                                                    2%
                 Industrial
                    4%                                                                                              Agricultural
                                                                                                                        0%




                Commercial
                  31%                                                             Residential
                                                                                    45%
                                                                                                                                                                              Residential
                                                                                                                               Commercial
                                                                                                                                                                                43%
                                                                                                                                 38%




                                Gas Savings (MMth) by Market Sector                                                                     Budget (Millions) by Market Sector              Agricultural
                                                                      Codes and Standards
                                                                                                                                                                                            4%
                                                                              7%
                                                                      LIEE
                                                                       5%                                                                                                                   LIEE
                                                                                                                                                                                             0%
                                                                                                                  Industrial
                 Agricultural                                                                                       16%
                     9%
                                                                                  Residential
                                                                                    12%                                                                                             Codes and Standards
                   Industrial                                                                                                                                                               0%
                     20%

                                                                                                                                                                                        Residential
                                                                                                                                                                                          23%


                                                                                                                               Commercial
                                                                                                                                 57%


                                                                     Commercial
                                                                       47%




                                                                                                   Page 5 of 59
Table 1.4 - Portfolio Measure Grouping Gross and NET


                                                                                                                          Unit                         Total Gross                                      Total Gross Total Net kWh                   Total Gross       Total Net         % Portfolio
                                      Measure Summary Categories                                                       Description      Unit Goals         kW         Total Net kW    % Portfolio Kw   kWh Savings    Savings     % Portfolio Kwh    Therms           Therms             Therms
Residential            LIEE                   kW Placeholder for LIEE                                                    (blank)               2,457          2,457           2,457        2%                    -             -        0%                    -                -             0%
                                              kWh Placeholder for LIEE                                                   (blank)          22,508,604            -                -         0%             22,508,604   22,508,604       4%                    -                -             0%
                                              Therm Placeholder for LIEE                                                 (blank)             931,776                                       0%                                           0%               931,776           931,776          10%
                                                                                                                                          23,442,837         2,457           2,457         2%             22,508,604   22,508,604       4%               931,776           931,776          10%
                       Pool Pump                Motor - Pool Pump (two-speed) - Placeholder for Variable Speed           Pump                    507           274             189         0%                709,800      489,762       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                                                                                                                 507           274             189         0%                709,800      489,762       0%                    -                -             0%
                       Res Appliance RecyclingEE Freezer Recycling - using ED weights                                   appliance             12,000         1,527           1,298         1%              8,288,554    7,045,271       1%              (116,692)          (99,188)         -1%
                                              EE Refrigerator Recycling - using ED weights                              appliance             30,400         5,289           4,496         4%             28,140,986   23,919,838       5%              (417,754)         (355,091)         -4%
                                                                                                                                              42,400         6,816           5,794         6%             36,429,540   30,965,109       6%              (534,447)         (454,280)         -5%
                       Res HVAC                14 SEER(12.15 EER) Split-System Air Conditioner                   ons served coolin             2,259           320             214         0%                203,212      136,152       0%                 (1,185)            (794)          0%
                                               18 SEER (13.37 EER) Split-System Air Conditioner                  ons served coolin             1,500           278             222         0%                347,543      278,035       0%                    -                -             0%
                                               A/C - Room unit - Energy Star                                            Unit                  12,801         1,690           1,183         1%              2,813,660    1,969,562       0%                    -                -             0%
                                               A/C - Room unit - Energy Star CZ15                                       Unit                     261             34              24        0%                 76,604       53,622       0%                    -                -             0%
                                               Attic Insulation - Ceiling Vintage to R-30 Insulation-Batts              sqft               3,580,677           345             241         0%                283,763      198,634       0%                81,164            56,815           1%
                                               Attic Insulation - Ceiling Vintage to R-38 Insulation-Batts -CZ15        sqft                 422,022           104               73        0%                156,857      109,800       0%                    -                -             0%
                                               Ceiling Vintage to R-30 Insulation-Batts                                 sqft                 349,155             34              24        0%                 27,670       19,369       0%                  7,914            5,540           0%
                                               Ceiling Vintage to R-30 Insulation-Batts - MF                            sqft               1,029,135             55              39        0%                 52,486       36,740       0%                14,292            10,004           0%
                                               Duct Sealing (Total Leakage Reduced from 24% of AHU flow to 12% household                      10,500         1,022             797         1%                719,646      561,324       0%                86,645            67,583           1%
                                               Duct Sealing (Total Leakage Reduced from 40% of AHU flow to 12% household                       4,500         1,075             838         1%                745,655      581,611       0%                91,055            71,023           1%
                                               Heating - Gas 92% AFUE                                                 KBTUH                   86,226           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                34,980            20,988           0%
                                               High Efficiency Furnace 92 AFUE(1.08 HIR)                         Btuh furnace inpu             6,468           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                  2,624            2,230           0%
                                               Increase Refrigerant Charge - Typical (< 20% rated charge)        ons served coolin            15,525           883             751         1%                527,754      448,591       0%                   (181)            (154)          0%
                                               Residential AC SEER 14                                                   Ton                   18,000         2,547           1,707         2%              1,619,216    1,084,875       0%                 (9,441)          (6,326)          0%
                                               Residential Condensor Coil Cleaning - Tune-up 3P SF                     Home                   11,100         3,956           3,086         3%              2,997,000    2,337,660       0%                    -                -             0%
                                               Residential Condensor Coil Cleaning/Tune-up 3P Mobile Home              Home                   11,299         4,027           3,141         3%              3,050,730    2,379,569       0%                    -                 -            0%
                                               Residential Duct Test and Seal 3P Mobile Home                           Home                    5,015           488             381         0%                343,717      268,099       0%                41,384            32,279           0%
                                               Wall Blow-In R-0 to R-13 Insulation                                      sqft                 271,978             84              59        0%                125,519       87,864       0%                10,822             7,575           0%
                                               Wall R-0 to R-13 Insulation                                              sqft               1,103,040           174             122         0%                214,658      150,261       0%                92,438            64,706           1%
                                                                                                                                           6,941,461        17,116          12,901        12%             14,305,689   10,701,767       2%               452,510           331,471           4%
                       Res Lighting             CFL, 18W lamp, Integral or Modular, Tube or Spiral or Flood (Reflect      lamp                30,000         1,215           1,032         1%              5,125,900    4,357,015       1%                 (3,676)          (3,124)          0%
                                                Int. CFL screw-in (23 Watt median) - verified installation                lamp               203,499         1,229           1,045         1%              9,156,087    7,782,674       2%              (179,132)         (152,262)         -2%
                                                Intelligent Electronic Power Strips                                        Unit               34,875           105               89        0%                709,706      603,250       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                Screw-in CFL (13 watt ) - CFL Measure 10,000 hour (Upstream) ISR          lamp             2,700,000         7,003           4,202         4%             52,187,410   31,312,446       6%            (1,020,968)         (612,581)         -7%
                                                Screw-in CFL (16 watt - Median) Specialty CFL Measure 10,000 hou          lamp               941,037         3,004           1,802         2%             22,386,409   13,431,845       3%              (437,956)         (262,774)         -3%
                                                Screw-in CFL (18 watt - Median) Specialty CFL/LED - Direct Install/V      lamp                 8,217             39              33        0%                289,338      245,937       0%                 (5,661)          (4,812)          0%
                                                Screw-in CFL (18 watt - Median) Specialty CFL/LED -Direct Install/Ve      lamp                 2,727             17              15        0%                104,829       89,105       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                Screw-in CFL (18 watt ) - CFL Measure 10,000 hour (Upstream) ISR          lamp             2,295,000         8,242           4,945         5%             61,420,542   36,852,325       7%            (1,201,600)         (720,960)         -8%
                                                Screw-in CFL (23 watt ) - Median CFL Measure 10,000 hour (Upstrea         lamp             4,455,000        20,445          12,267        12%            152,346,996   91,408,198      18%            (2,980,439)       (1,788,263)        -20%
                                                Screw-in CFL (23 watt) Turn-in - ISR = 0.76                               lamp               156,744           719             432         0%              5,360,152    3,216,091       1%              (104,863)          (62,918)         -1%
                                                T-8 or T-5 Premium Lamp and Electronic, 4-foot lamp installed            Fixture              23,100           376             300         0%              1,370,183    1,096,147       0%                 (1,239)            (991)          0%
                                                                                                                                          10,850,199        42,392          26,161        25%            310,457,553 190,395,033       38%            (5,935,534)       (3,608,685)        -40%
                       Res New Construction     Whole Bldg - Elec                                                        Home                606,519           728             349         0%                606,519      291,129       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                Whole Bldg - Th                                                          Home                121,638           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               121,638            58,386           1%
                                                                                                                                             728,157           728             349         0%                606,519      291,129       0%               121,638            58,386           1%
                       Res Water Heating        Dishwasher 15% above Energy Star (0.65 EF +)                         Dishwasher               12,615           114               91        0%                340,605      272,484       0%                59,291            47,432           1%
                                                Faucet Aerators - Kit & Lav Self Install                             household                 1,293           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                18,813            13,169           0%
                                                Faucet Aerators/Self Install                                         household                   615             12               9        0%                 55,690       38,983       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                Faucet Aerators/Self Install - Kits                                  household                47,343           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               688,841           482,188           5%
                                                Gas Wtr Htr Controller (<30 Units) - Calculated                       Complex                    147           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               124,950           101,210           1%
                                                Gas Wtr Htr Controller (>30 Units) - Calculated                       Complex                    261           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               587,250           475,673           5%
                                                High Efficiency Small Gas Instantaneous Water Heater                    Unit                     330           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                23,955            13,894           0%
                                                High Efficiency Small Gas Storage Water Heater - 40 Gal , 0.62 EF number of installa             330           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                  6,315            3,663           0%
                                                Low Flow Showerhead/Self Install 1.5 gpm - Kits                     Showerhead                49,251             16              11        0%                 74,253       51,977       0%               419,148           293,403           3%
                                                Water Heating - Clothes Washer - Tier III MEF=1.80                      Unit                  24,033           187             159         0%              1,385,180    1,177,403       0%               750,007           637,506           7%
                                                Water Heating - Faucet Aerator - Low Flow                            household                 6,180           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                32,832            27,908           0%
                                                Water Heating - Showerhead                                          Showerhead                15,447           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               109,422            93,009           1%
                                                Water Heating - Tankless                                                Unit                   4,167           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               302,488           211,742           2%
                                                Water Heating Controls NR - 3P                                         Therm                 491,790           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%               491,790           344,253           4%
                                                Water Heating -High EF Unit                                             Unit                   4,167           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%                79,743            46,251           1%
                                                                                                                                             657,969           329             269         0%              1,855,729    1,540,848       0%             3,694,845         2,791,300          31%
                                                                                                       SUBTOTAL                           42,663,530        70,111          48,120        46%            386,873,433 256,892,251       51%            (1,269,211)           49,969           1%
Commercial             Calculated HVAC          HVAC Gas - Bid Strategy - spillover savings from Electric HVAC Proj      Therm             2,100,648           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%             2,100,648         1,344,415         15%
                                                Pkg AC EER = 10.0 (240-759 kBtuh) - Bid Strategy                    ons served coolin         55,515         2,954           2,215         2%              3,829,279    2,871,959       1%                    -                -             0%
                                                Pkg AC EER = 10.0 (240-759 kBtuh) - SPC Strategy                    ons served coolin         22,008           779             499         0%              1,515,959      970,214       0%                    -                -             0%
                                                Water cooled VSD centrifugal chiller (150-299 tons, 0.507 kW/ton), lo     tons                29,292         4,348           2,285         2%             11,654,457    6,092,222       1%                      (0)               (0)        0%
                                                Whole Bldg - Elec                                                         kWh             14,127,402         5,885           4,120         4%             14,127,402    9,889,181       2%                    -                -             0%
                                                Whole Bldg - Th                                                          Therm             1,302,189           -               -           0%                    -             -        0%             1,302,189         1,211,036          13%
                                                                                                                                          17,637,054        13,966           9,119         9%             31,127,097   19,823,577       4%             3,402,837         2,555,450          28%
                       Calculated Lighting      CFL, 15W lamp, Pin Based - Bid                                            lamp                 3,783           131               84        0%                738,881      472,884       0%                 (1,930)          (1,235)          0%
                                                CFL, 15W lamp, Specialty - SPC                                            lamp                 1,284             46              29        0%                178,841      114,458       0%                 (4,287)          (2,744)          0%
                                                CFL, 28W lamp, Integral or Modular, Tube or Spiral or Flood - SPC         lamp                   687             46              29        0%                178,786      114,423       0%                 (4,286)          (2,743)          0%




                                                                                                                                                   Page 6 of 59
Table 1.4 - Portfolio Measure Grouping Gross and NET


                                                                                                                        Unit                           Total Gross                                         Total Gross Total Net kWh                   Total Gross      Total Net       % Portfolio
                                       Measure Summary Categories                                                   Description         Unit Goals         kW          Total Net kW      % Portfolio Kw   kWh Savings    Savings     % Portfolio Kwh    Therms          Therms           Therms
                                               CFL, 28W lamp, Pin Based - Bid                                          lamp                    2,025            131                 84        0%                738,990      472,954       0%                 (1,931)         (1,236)       0%
                                               FL, (6) 46in, T5HO lamp, (3) Programmed Start Ballast, (BF: 1.00), L   Fixture                  9,897          1,114               713         1%              5,091,321    3,258,446       1%                (16,175)        (10,352)       0%
                                               Lighting                                                                kWh                 4,051,980            677               548         1%              4,051,980    3,282,104       1%                    -               -          0%
                                               Metal Halide, (1) 32W lamp, Lumens=1300, W/fixt=43 (Replace) - Bid     Fixture                 20,979          1,293               828         1%              6,076,861    3,889,191       1%                (12,659)         (8,101)       0%
                                               Metal Halide, (1) 32W lamp, Lumens=1300, W/fixt=43 (Replace) - SP      Fixture                    561              30                19        0%                119,747       76,638       0%                 (2,203)         (1,410)       0%
                                                                                                                                           4,091,196          3,466            2,333          2%             17,175,407   11,681,097       2%                (43,471)        (27,821)       0%
                       Calculated Other/ProcessOther (Electric) - Bid Strategy                                              kWh           32,713,668          2,290            1,466          1%             32,713,668   20,936,748       4%                    -               -          0%
                                               Other Gas - Bid Strategy                                                    Therm           4,233,752            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%             4,233,752       2,709,601        30%
                                                                                                                                          36,947,420          2,290            1,466          1%             32,713,668   20,936,748       4%             4,233,752       2,709,601        30%
                       Calculated Refrigeration Refrigeration - Bid Strategy                                                kWh           15,203,877          1,824            1,168          1%             15,203,877    9,730,481       2%                    -               -          0%
                                                                                                                                          15,203,877          1,824            1,168          1%             15,203,877    9,730,481       2%                    -               -          0%
                       Deemed Cooking            Food Service - French Fryer-Gas                                          per Unit             1,266            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               639,330         447,531         5%
                                                 Food Service - Steamer-Gas                                               per Unit                57            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               118,788           83,152        1%
                                                 Food Service-Commercial Gas Rack Oven- Double, Cooking Efficien            Unit                  18            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%                 37,872          26,510        0%
                                                                                                                                               1,341            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               795,990         557,193         6%
                       Deemed HVAC               Commercial Condensor Coil Cleaning                                         Ton                2,100              99                69        0%                126,000       88,200       0%                                               0%
                                                 Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune-up                                         Ton                3,600            168               118         0%                216,034      151,224       0%                   (10)              (7)       0%
                                                                                                                                               5,700            267               187         0%                342,034      239,424       0%                   (10)              (7)       0%
                       Deemed Lighting           Interior LED New Technology Measure                                        lamp              14,805            422               359         0%              1,896,935    1,612,395       0%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Lighting - Hardwire Incan Base >90 watt Fluorescent Fixture               Fixture             3,390          1,317            1,014          1%              8,611,533    6,630,881       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Lighting - Remove 4 Ft T-8 (De-Lamp)                                      Fixture           129,534         10,058            7,845          7%             36,536,762   28,498,674       6%               (44,696)        (34,863)        0%
                                                 Lighting - Screw in >= 27 Watt Lamp -28 watt                               lamp               7,677            509               413         0%              2,600,653    2,106,529       0%                (4,773)         (3,866)        0%
                                                 Lighting - Screw in 14-26 Watt Lamp (Specialty)                            lamp               9,714            345               279         0%              1,761,220    1,426,588       0%                (3,232)         (2,618)        0%
                                                 Premium T8 with 34 Watt Baseline                                          Fixture            67,080          1,091               927         1%              3,978,870    3,382,040       1%                (3,595)         (3,056)        0%
                                                 Premium T8 with T12 40 Watt Baseline                                      Fixture           309,876          6,018            4,694          4%             21,954,349   17,124,392       3%               (19,855)        (15,487)        0%
                                                                                                                                             542,076         19,760           15,531         15%             77,340,322   60,781,498      12%               (76,151)        (59,890)       -1%
                       Deemed Refrigeration      Food Service - Ice Machine Air-Cooled 501-1000                           per Unit             1,185            407               285         0%              3,568,331    2,497,832       0%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Refrigeration - Efficient Evap Fan Motor Electronically Commutated M       LinFt             30,675            486               340         0%              3,569,619    2,498,733       0%                (3,536)         (2,475)        0%
                                                 Refrigeration -Cooler/Freezer Door Gaskets - Glass Doors                 LinearFt            67,545            807               613         1%              7,061,830    5,366,991       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Refrigeration -Strip Curtains for Walk-ins                                  sqft             15,345            813               374         0%              7,135,425    3,282,296       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                                                                                                             114,750          2,514            1,613          2%             21,335,205   13,645,851       3%                (3,536)         (2,475)        0%
                       Deemed Water Heating      Energy Star Clothes Washer MEF = 1.80 - Commercial                         Unit               4,947            346               242         0%                813,089      569,162       0%               310,573         217,401         2%
                                                                                                                                               4,947            346               242         0%                813,089      569,162       0%               310,573         217,401         2%
                       Lighting                  CFL, 18W lamp, Integral or Modular, Tube or Spiral or Flood - 3P DI        lamp              29,203            301               256         0%              2,432,879    2,067,947       0%                     (9)             (8)       0%
                                                 FL, (2) 48in, T8 lamp, Premium IS EB, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Lumens=5         Fixture           112,956          1,862            1,268          1%              9,248,576    6,419,938       1%               (92,147)        (69,472)       -1%
                                                                                                                                             142,159          2,162            1,524          1%             11,681,456    8,487,885       2%               (92,156)        (69,480)       -1%
                       Space Cooling/Heating     Comm. EE AC Units < 65kBtuh EER=12.04                                     Ton                35,400         11,020            7,714          7%             27,481,055   19,236,739       4%                (5,776)         (4,043)        0%
                                                 Commercial Condensor Coil Cleaning 3P DI                                  Ton                22,485          1,057               740         1%              1,349,100      944,370       0%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune-up - Sm Comm 3P DI                 ons served coolin         22,485          1,052               894         1%              1,349,312    1,146,915       0%                   (65)            (55)        0%
                                                 Nonresidential Retro-Commissioning                                       kWh              5,642,856            -                 -           0%              5,642,856    5,078,570       1%               169,286         152,357         2%
                                                                                                                                           5,723,226         13,129            9,348          9%             35,822,323   26,406,594       5%               163,445         148,259         2%
                                                                                                                         SUBTOTAL         80,413,746         59,725           42,530         41%            243,554,478 172,302,318       34%             8,691,272       6,028,230        66%
Industrial             Calculated HVAC           Water cooled VSD centrifugal chiller (150-299 tons, 0.507 kW/ton), lo      Ton                8,523          1,720            1,101          1%              4,548,640    2,911,130       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                                                                                                               8,523          1,720            1,101          1%              4,548,640    2,911,130       1%                   -               -           0%
                       Calculated Lighting       FL, (6) 46in, T5HO lamp, (3) Programmed Start Ballast, (BF: 1.00), L      Fixture             2,721            307               197         0%              1,258,024      805,136       0%                  (414)           (265)        0%
                                                                                                                                               2,721            307               197         0%              1,258,024      805,136       0%                  (414)           (265)        0%
                       Calculated Other/ProcessGas - SPC Strategy                                                          Therm           1,832,943            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%             1,832,943       1,173,084        13%
                                               Other - SPC Strategy                                                         kWh            3,541,443            295               189         0%              3,541,443    2,266,524       0%                   -               -           0%
                                               Steam Traps - Bid or SPC Strategy                                           Therm           1,232,985            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%             1,232,985         789,110         9%
                                                                                                                                           6,607,371            295               189         0%              3,541,443    2,266,524       0%             3,065,928       1,962,194        22%
                       Deemed HVAC               Motors - VFD - HVAC Fans (per Hp)                                          HP                10,665            -                 -           0%              8,030,745    4,015,373       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                                                                                                              10,665            -                 -           0%              8,030,745    4,015,373       1%                   -               -           0%
                       Deemed Lighting           Lighting - Occupancy Sensor - High-Bay Sensor                             Sensor              4,836          1,901            1,597          2%              8,034,530    6,749,006       1%                   -               -           0%
                                                 Lighting-Interior High Bay Linear Fluorescent Fixtures <= 244 Watts r     Fixture             9,465          1,064               830         1%              4,999,006    3,899,225       1%               (19,166)        (14,949)        0%
                                                                                                                                              14,301          2,965            2,427          2%             13,033,536   10,648,230       2%               (19,166)        (14,949)        0%
                       Deemed Water Heating      Pipe Insulation - Low Pressure Steam Applic. (LF) 1 in                   LinearFt            35,610            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               477,174         219,500         2%
                                                                                                                                              35,610            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               477,174         219,500         2%
                       Other                     Gas - Custom 3P Projects                                                  Therm             300,000            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               300,000         192,000         2%
                                                 Other Industrial - Custom 3P projects                                      kWh              241,769              20                13        0%                241,769      154,732       0%                   -               -           0%
                                                                                                                                             541,769              20                13        0%                241,769      154,732       0%               300,000         192,000         2%
                                                                                                                         SUBTOTAL          7,220,960          5,308            3,926          4%             30,654,158   20,801,124       4%             3,823,522       2,358,480        26%
Agricultural           Calculated Other/ProcessGas - SPC Strategy                                                          Therm             761,535            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               761,535         487,382         5%
                                               Other - SPC Strategy                                                         kWh            1,648,566            137                 88        0%              1,648,566    1,055,082       0%                   -               -           0%
                       Calculated Other/Process Total                                                                                      2,410,101            137                 88        0%              1,648,566    1,055,082       0%               761,535         487,382         5%
                       Deemed HVAC             Heating - Greenhouse Heat Curtain                                            sqft           2,401,200            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               768,384         537,869         6%
                                               Heating - Infrared Film for Greenhouse                                       sqft           4,599,999            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               225,400         157,780         2%
                       Deemed HVAC Total                                                                                                   7,001,199            -                 -           0%                    -             -        0%               993,784         695,649         8%
                                                                                                                         SUBTOTAL          9,411,300            137                 88        0%              1,648,566    1,055,082       0%             1,755,319       1,183,031        13%
Codes and Standards    Lighting                  2003 Title 24 (50%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                            Unit             10,171          4,475            2,059          2%                    -             -        0%                   -               -           0%
                                                 2003 Title 24 (50%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                        1000 KWH             9,929            -                 -           0%              9,929,200    4,666,724       1%                   -               -           0%




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Table 1.4 - Portfolio Measure Grouping Gross and NET


                                                                                                                  Unit                      Total Gross                                       Total Gross Total Net kWh                   Total Gross      Total Net       % Portfolio
                                        Measure Summary Categories                                             Description   Unit Goals         kW         Total Net kW     % Portfolio Kw   kWh Savings    Savings     % Portfolio Kwh    Therms          Therms           Therms
                                                2003 Title 24 (50%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009               Unit              8,576            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%                (24,870)        (13,430)      0%
                       Lighting Total                                                                                              28,676          4,475           2,059         2%              9,929,200    4,666,724       1%                (24,870)        (13,430)       0%
                       Res Lighting             2004 Title 20 (50%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                     Unit          34,741          6,601           3,036         3%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                                                2006 Title 20 Tier II Lighting (50%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009    Unit          26,406          3,433           1,579         2%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                                                2006 Title 20 Tier II Lighting (50%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-20 1000 KWH          26,229            -                -          0%             26,228,850   12,065,271       2%                    -               -          0%
                                                2006 Title 20 Tier II Lighting (50%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2    Unit          26,229            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%              (608,509)       (279,914)       -3%
                                                2008 Title 20 (100%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                    Unit          22,610          2,713              922        1%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                                                2008 Title 20 (100%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                1000 KWH         28,008            -                -          0%             28,008,450    7,842,366       2%                    -               -          0%
                                                2008 Title 20 (100%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                 Unit          28,008            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%              (504,152)       (141,163)       -2%
                                                2010 Title 20 (100%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                    Unit          14,395          1,727              881        1%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                       Res Lighting Total                                                                                         206,627         14,474           6,419         6%             54,237,300   19,907,637       4%            (1,112,661)       (421,077)       -5%
                       Space Cooling/Heating  2004 Title 20 (50%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                 1000 KWH           37,822            -                -          0%             37,821,730   16,263,344       3%                    -               -          0%
                                              2004 Title 20 (50%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                  Unit           357,994            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%                (35,799)         (1,790)       0%
                                              2008 Title 24 (80%) HMG KW Whitepaper 10-28-2009                     Unit             7,259          1,960           1,058         1%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                                              2008 Title 24 (80%) HMG KWH Whitepaper 10-28-2009                 1000KWH             7,552            -                -          0%              7,551,980    3,927,030       1%                    -               -          0%
                                              2008 Title 24 (80%) HMG Therm Whitepaper 10-28-2009                  Unit             7,568            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%               242,948         126,333         1%
                                              2009 Title 20 (100%) KW HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                    Unit             9,003          1,080              443        0%                    -             -        0%                    -               -          0%
                                              2009 Title 20 (100%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                1000 KWH            7,596            -                -          0%              7,595,800    3,721,942       1%                    -                -         0%
                                              2009 Title 20 (100%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                 Unit             7,596            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%              (140,522)         (68,856)      -1%
                                              2010 Title 20 (100%) KWH HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                  Home             14,574            -                -          0%             14,574,070    7,287,035       1%                    -               -          0%
                                              2010 Title 20 (100%) Therm HMG Whitepaper 10-28-2009                 Unit            14,574            -                -          0%                    -             -        0%              (271,078)       (135,539)       -1%
                       Space Cooling/Heating Total                                                                                471,538          3,040           1,501         1%             67,543,580   31,199,351       6%              (204,451)         (79,852)      -1%
                                                                                                               SUBTOTAL           706,840         21,990           9,979        10%            131,710,080   55,773,712      11%            (1,341,982)       (514,358)       -6%




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Table 1.5 - Partnership Measure Grouping Gross and NET Savings (1)
                                                                                                                    Total Gross
                                                       Unit                  Total Gross              % Portfolio      kWh      Total Net kWh % Portfolio Total Gross Total Net % Portfolio   Weighted Avg   Weighted Avg
            Measure Summary Categories              Description   Unit Goals     kW      Total Net kW    Kw          Savings       Savings       Kwh        Therms     Therms    Therms        NTG Ratio         EUL
Residential
   LIEE                                                UNIT
   RES Appliance Recycling                             UNIT
   RES Appliances                                      UNIT
   RES HVAC                                            UNIT
   RES Lighting                                        UNIT
   Res NC                                              UNIT
   RES Water Heating
                                         Subtotal
Commercial
  Codes & Standards                                    UNIT
  Custom HVAC&R                                        UNIT
  Custom Lighting                                      UNIT
  Custom Process                                       UNIT
  DEEMED HVAC                                          UNIT
  DEEMED Lighting                                      UNIT
  DEEMED Process                                       UNIT
  DEEMED Refrigeration                                 UNIT
  NR NC                                                UNIT
                                         Subtotal
Industrial
   Custom Process                                      UNIT
Agricultural
   DEEMED Agricultural                                 UNIT
C&S
   Codes & Standards                                   UNIT
   LIEE                                                UNIT


                                            Total
(1) Partnerships are treated as a delivery mechanism for other programs and savings are counted in other programs.




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Table 1.6 - Third Party Measure Grouping
Gross and NET Savings
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Weighted
                                                                                                Total Gross                                      Total Gross kWh                            % Portfolio   Total Gross     Total Net         % Portfolio   Avg NTG     Weighted
            Measure Summary Categories                   Unit Description (1*)   Unit Goals         kW         Total Net kW     % Portfolio Kw       Savings        Total Net kWh Savings      Kwh          Therms         Therms            Therms        Ratio      Avg EUL
Residential
EE Freezer Recycling - using ED weights                   appliance                    12,000         1,527            1,298         4%                 8,288,554              7,045,271       8%             (116,692)       (99,188)         -51%            0.85         4
EE Refrigerator Recycling - using ED weights              appliance                    30,400         5,289            4,496        15%                28,140,986             23,919,838       27%            (417,754)      (355,091)        -182%            0.85         5
Increase Refrigerant Charge - Typical (< 20% rated
charge)                                                   tons served cooling          15,525           883              751         2%                   527,754                448,591       0%                 (181)          (154)         0%              0.85        15
Residential AC SEER 14                                    Ton                          18,000         2,547            1,707         6%                 1,619,216              1,084,875       1%               (9,441)        (6,326)         -3%             0.67        15
Residential Condensor Coil Cleaning - Tune-up 3P SF       Home                         11,100         3,956            3,086        10%                 2,997,000              2,337,660       3%                  -              -            0%              0.78         3
Residential Condensor Coil Cleaning/Tune-up 3P
Mobile Home                                               Home                         11,299         4,027            3,141        10%                 3,050,730              2,379,569       3%                  -              -            0%              0.78         3
Residential Duct Test and Seal 3P Mobile Home             Home                          5,015           488              381         1%                   343,717                268,099       0%               41,384         32,279          17%             0.78        18
CFL, 18W lamp, Integral or Modular, Tube or Spiral or
Flood (Reflector)- 3P DI                                  lamp                         30,000         1,215            1,032         3%                 5,125,900              4,357,015       5%              (3,676)        (3,124)          -2%             0.85         3
Water Heating Controls NR - 3P                            Therm                       491,790           -                -           0%                       -                      -         0%             491,790        344,253          177%             0.70        10
                                             Subtotal                                 625,129        19,932           15,891                           50,093,856             41,840,918                      (14,571)       (87,352)
Commercial
Commercial Condensor Coil Cleaning                        Ton                           2,100            99               69         0%                   126,000                 88,200       0%                  -              -            0%              0.70         3
Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune-up                        Ton                           3,600           168              118         0%                   216,034                151,224       0%                  (10)             (7)        0%              0.70        10
Premium T8 with T12 40 Watt Baseline                      Fixture                     309,876         6,018            4,694        15%                21,954,349             17,124,392       19%             (19,855)       (15,487)         -8%             0.78        15
CFL, 18W lamp, Integral or Modular, Tube or Spiral or
Flood - 3P DI                                             lamp                         29,203           301              256         1%                 2,432,879              2,067,947       2%                   (9)               (8)      0%              0.85         5
FL, (2) 48in, T8 lamp, Premium IS EB, NLO (BF: .85-
.95), Lumens=5346, W/fixt=5                               fixture                      33,000           365              310         1%                 2,384,996              2,027,247       2%              (49,993)       (42,494)         -22%            0.85        15
Comm. EE AC Units < 65kBtuh EER=12.04                     Ton                          35,400        11,020            7,714        25%                27,481,055             19,236,739       21%              (5,776)        (4,043)          -2%            0.70        15
Commercial Condensor Coil Cleaning 3P DI                  ton                          22,485         1,057              740         2%                 1,349,100                944,370       1%                  -              -             0%             0.70         3
Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune-up - Sm Comm
3P DI                                                     tons served cooling          22,485         1,052              894         3%                 1,349,312              1,146,915       1%                 (65)           (55)          0%              0.85        10
Nonresidential Retro-Commissioning                        KWH                       5,642,856           -                -           0%                 5,642,856              5,078,570       6%             169,286        152,357           78%             0.90        10
                                             Subtotal                               6,101,005        20,080           14,795                           62,936,581             47,865,604                       93,577         90,262
Industrial
Gas - Custom 3P Projects                                  Therm                       300,000           -                -           0%                       -                      -         0%             300,000        192,000           99%             0.64        15
Other Industrial - Custom 3P projects                     kWh                         241,769          20.1             12.9         0%                 241,769.0              154,732.2       0%                 -              -             0%              0.64        15
                                             Subtotal                                 541,769             20               13                             241,769                154,732       0%             300,000        192,000
                                                 Total                              7,267,903        40,032           30,699        100%              113,272,207             89,861,254      100%            379,006        194,911          100%




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                                  Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness

Table 1.7 - Total Resource Cost (TRC) 1 - Gross
Total Costs                                           $367,016,916
Total Savings (Benefits in $)                         $670,756,707
Total Net Benefits                                    $303,739,791
Benefit/Cost Ratio                                             1.83
Levelized Cost per kWh Saved (cents/kWh)                    $0.0639
Levilized Cost per therm Saved ($/therm)                    $0.6717
1 - Components and methodologies of the TRC test defined in the Standard Practice Manual.

Table 1.7a - Total Resource Cost (TRC) 1 - NET
Total Costs                                            $330,951,504
Total Savings (Benefits in $)                          $449,415,513
Total Net Benefits                                     $118,464,009
Benefit/Cost Ratio                                             1.36
Levelized Cost per kWh Saved (cents/kWh)                    $0.0897
Levilized Cost per therm Saved ($/therm)                    $0.8514

1 - Components and methodologies of the TRC test defined in the Standard Practice Manual.
Note:                                                                  % Net Benefits
Total Electric Net Benefits                           $368,724,813                82% Electric
Total Gas Net Benefits                                 $80,690,701                18% Gas
Total Net Benefits                                    $449,415,513




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            Portfolio Cost-Effectiveness - Program Administrator Cost (PAC)

Table 1.8 - Program Administrator Cost (PAC) 1 - Gross
Total Costs                                           $272,965,275
Total Savings (Benefits in $)                         $670,756,707
Total Net Benefits                                    $397,791,432
Benefit/Cost Ratio                                             2.46
Levelized Cost per kWh Saved (cents/kWh)                    $0.0512
Levilized Cost per therm Saved ($/therm)                    $0.4747
1 - Components and methodologies of the PAC test defined in the Standard Practice Manual.

Table 1.8a - Program Administrator Cost (PAC) 1 - NET
Total Costs                                           $272,965,275
Total Savings (Benefits in $)                         $449,415,513
Total Net Benefits                                    $176,450,239
Benefit/Cost Ratio                                             1.65
Levelized Cost per kWh Saved (cents/kWh)                    $0.0774
Levilized Cost per therm Saved ($/therm)                    $0.6618
1 - Components and methodologies of the PAC test defined in the Standard Practice Manual.

Note:                                                                 % Net Benefits
Total Electric Net Benefits                            $368,724,813            82%      Electric
Total Gas Net Benefits                                  $80,690,701            18%      Gas
Total Net Benefits                                     $449,415,513




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Table 1.9 - Program List
                                                                                                                              Program   Resource/Non-
  Program Number                           Program Name                              Market Sector           Program Type      Status     Resource
3P-NRes01          3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa                     HVAC                  3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-NRes02          3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                             Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-NRes03          3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)                        Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        N
3P-NRes06          3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping                          Commercial              3rd Party       New           R
3P-NRes07          3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program                    Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-NRes08          3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program                       Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-NRes09          3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                              Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-NRes11          3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)                           Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        N
3P-NRes12          3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic                    Industrial             3rd Party       New           R
3P-NRes13          3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                               Commercial              3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-Res01           3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation                    Residential             3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-Res02           3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                           Residential             3rd Party      Revised        R
3P-Res04           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)                    Residential             3rd Party      Revised        N


L-InstP01          L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership                    Commercial             Partnerships    Revised        N
L-InstP02          L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership               Local Government Partnership    Partnerships    Revised        N
L-InstP03          L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                         Local Government Partnership    Partnerships    Revised        N
L-InstP04          L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership                    Commercial             Partnerships     New           N
L-InstP05          L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership                     Commercial             Partnerships     New           N
L-InstP06          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership                   Residential            Partnerships    Revised        N


LGovP01            LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                  Local Government Partnership    Partnerships    Revised        N
LGovP02            LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership                    Local Government Partnership    Partnerships    Revised        N
LGovP03            LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                  Local Government Partnership    Partnerships    Revised        N
LGovP04            LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership          Local Government Partnership    Partnerships     New           N
LGovP05            LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                    Local Government Partnership    Partnerships     New           N
LGovP06            LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                               Local Government Partnership    Partnerships     New           N
LGovP07            LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                                Local Government Partnership    Partnerships     New           N
LGovP08            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                           Local Government Partnership    Partnerships     New           N


Local01            Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                              Residential             Local Core      New           R
Local02            Local02 - Local Island Program                                      Residential             Local Core      New           R
Local03            Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)                               Commercial              Local Core     Revised        R
Local04            Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)                       Residential             Local Core     Revised        N
Local05            Local05 - OBF                                                       Commercial              Local Core     Revised        N
Local06            Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat                    Commercial              Local Core      New           N


SW-AgA             SW-AgA - Calculated                                                 Agricultural          Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-AgB             SW-AgB - Deemed                                                     Agricultural          Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-AgC             SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                                      Agricultural          Statewide Core    New           N
SW-AgD             SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                                         Agricultural          Statewide Core    New           N
SW-AgE             SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                              Agricultural          Statewide Core    New           N


SW-C&SA            SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                          Codes & Standards          Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-C&SB            SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                         Codes & Standards          Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-C&SC            SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                                  Codes & Standards          Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-C&SD            SW-C&SD Reach Codes                                            Codes & Standards          Statewide Core   Revised        N


SW-ComA            SW-ComA - Calculated                                                Commercial            Statewide Core    New           R
SW-ComB            SW-ComB - Deemed                                                    Commercial            Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ComC            SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                                     Commercial            Statewide Core    New           N
SW-ComD            SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                             Commercial            Statewide Core    New           N
SW-ComE            SW-ComE - Direct Install                                            Commercial              Third Party     New           R


SW-ETA             SW-ETA - Assessments                                          Emerging Technologies       Statewide Core   Revised        N
                                                                       Page 13 of 59
Table 1.9 - Program List
                                                                                                                                 Program   Resource/Non-
  Program Number                            Program Name                              Market Sector             Program Type      Status     Resource
SW-ETB             SW-ETB - Scaled Field Placement                                Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETC             SW-ETC - Demonstration / Showcasing                            Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETD             SW-ETD - Market and Behavioral Studies                         Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETE             SW-ETE - Technology supply-side efforts                        Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETF             SW-ETF - Technology Incubation                                 Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETG             SW-ETG - Technology Test Centers (TTC)                         Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ETH             SW-ETH - ZNE lab (PG&E)                                        Emerging Technologies         Statewide Core   Revised        N


SW-HVACA           SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality Instal                    Residential             Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACB           SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                          Commercial               Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACC           SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                            Commercial               Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACD           SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                                 HVAC                  Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACE           SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                            HVAC                  Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACF           SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                                                   HVAC                  Statewide Core    New           R
SW-HVACG           SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                                                   HVAC                  Statewide Core    New           N


SW-IDSM            SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                              Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach   Statewide Core    New           N


SW-IndA            SW-IndA - Calculated                                                  Industrial             Statewide Core    New           R
SW-IndB            SW-IndB - Deemed                                                      Industrial             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-IndC            SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                                       Industrial             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-IndD            SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                               Industrial             Statewide Core    New           R


SW-ME&OA           SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (Core)        Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach   Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ME&OB           SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                         Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach   Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ME&OC           SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                           Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach   Statewide Core   Revised        N


SW-NCNR            SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                                    Commercial               Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-NCResA          SW-NCResA - RNC                                                      Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-NCResB          SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                                Residential             Statewide Core    New           N


SW-ResA            SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting                                 Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ResB            SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                                 Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ResC            SW-ResC - Multi-Family                                               Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ResD            SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                                    Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ResE            SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                                    Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-ResF            SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                                        Residential               3rd Party      Revised        R
SW-ResG            SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug Load                    Residential             Statewide Core   Revised        R
SW-ResH            SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit                          Residential             Statewide Core    New           R


SW-WE&TA           SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning & Implementation             Workforce, Education & Training   Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-WE&TB           SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food Service Cen          Workforce, Education & Training   Statewide Core   Revised        N
SW-WE&TC           SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK Program                 Workforce, Education & Training   Statewide Core   Revised        N


x EM&V             x EM&V - Evaluation Measurement & Verification                      Commercial               Statewide Core   Revised        N


y LIEE             y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)                                           LIEE                 Statewide Core   Revised        R


Note: EEGA Program Numbers will be applied after the filing has been approved.




                                                                       Page 14 of 59
Table 2.1 - Annual Electric Environmental Benefits - Gross $15.50/tonne
                                                     2010           2011         2012        Total
  CO2 (tons)                                          125,428        131,053      138,206     394,688
  NOx (lbs.)                                           33,593         35,114       37,081     105,788
  PM10 (lbs.)                                          16,152         16,874       17,789      50,815
* Calculated by the E3 Calculator.

Table 2.1a Annual Electric Environmental Benefits - Gross $30/Tonne
                                                    2010          2011           2012        Total
 CO2 (tons)                                          125,428        131,053       138,206     394,688
 NOx (lbs.)                                           33,593         35,114        37,081     105,788
 PM10 (lbs.)                                          16,152         16,874        17,789      50,815


Table 2.2 - Annual Gas Environmental Benefits - Gross $15.50/Tonne
                                                   2010           2011           2012        Total
  CO2 (tons)                                          23,344        23,055         21,806      68,205
  NOx (lbs.)                                          60,199        59,789         57,850     177,838
  PM10 (lbs.)                                            -             -              -            -
* Calculated by the E3 Calculator.

Table 2.2a Annual Gas Environmental Benefits - Gross $30/Tonne
                                                  2010               2011        2012        Total
  CO2 (tons)                                         23,344            23,055      21,806      68,205
  NOx (lbs.)                                         60,199            59,789      57,850     177,838
  PM10 (lbs.)                                           -                 -           -            -
* Calculated by the E3 Calculator.

Table 2.3 - Lifecycle Environmental Benefits - Gross $15.50/Tonne
                                                                    Electric      Gas
  CO2 (tons)                                                         3,470,600   1,354,538
  NOx (lbs.)                                                           936,592   3,221,386
  PM10 (lbs.)                                                          446,029         -
* Calculated by the E3 Calculator.

Table 2.3a Lifecycle Environmental Benefits - Gross $30/Tonne
                                                                    Electric      Gas
  CO2 (tons)                                                         3,470,600   1,354,538
  NOx (lbs.)                                                           936,592   3,221,386
  PM10 (lbs.)                                                          446,029         -
* Calculated by the E3 Calculator.

                                                Page 15 of 59
Table 2.4 - 2010-2012 Green Building Initiative (GBI) Summary, $15.50/tonne                                 GHG Carbon       Gross Savings
                                                                                                                             Program Impacts                                 Emissions Reduction

                                                                                                                                 Demand
                                                                                                            Energy Savings      Reduction        Gas Savings
Programs Contributing to the GBI                                                              Budget(1)      (Gross kWh)       (Gross kW)      (Gross Therms)   CO2 (tons)        Nox (lbs.)       PM10 (lbs.)
Core Programs (Commercial Sector Only)                                                    $   124,956,109      318,909,187          111,392        11,008,149     4,975,389         3,659,109          494,211
  California State Government Buildings                                                   $    41,235,516      105,240,032           36,759         3,632,689     1,641,879         1,207,506          163,090
  Federal & Local Government Buildings                                                    $    41,235,516      105,240,032           36,759         3,632,689     1,641,879         1,207,506          163,090
  Commercial Buildings                                                                    $    42,485,077      108,429,124           37,873         3,742,771     1,691,632         1,244,097          168,032

Government Partnerships                                                                   $           -                -                -                 -              -                -                -
  California State Government Buildings
  Federal & Local Government Buildings
  Commercial Buildings

Third Parties                                                                             $    31,239,027       79,727,297           27,848         2,752,037      1,243,847          914,777          123,553
   California State Government Buildings                                                  $    10,308,879       26,310,008            9,190           908,172        410,470          301,877           40,772
   Federal & Local Government Buildings                                                   $    10,308,879       26,310,008            9,190           908,172        410,470          301,877           40,772
   Commercial Buildings                                                                   $    10,621,269       27,107,281            9,468           935,693        422,908          311,024           42,008


Grand Total                                                                               $ 156,195,136        398,636,484          139,240        13,760,186      6,219,237        4,573,887          617,764
 California State Government Buildings Total                                              $ 51,544,395         131,550,040           45,949         4,540,861      2,052,348        1,509,383          203,862
 Federal & Local Government Buildings Total                                               $ 51,544,395         131,550,040           45,949         4,540,861      2,052,348        1,509,383          203,862
 Commercial Buildings Total                                                               $ 53,106,346         135,536,405           47,342         4,678,463      2,114,541        1,555,121          210,040

(1) Budget contains incentives to participants only.
(2) Program Impacts are first year for the 2010-2012 cycle and Emmissions Reductions are lifecycle

Table 2.4a - 2010-2012 Green Building Initiative (GBI), $30/tonne GHG Carbon Gross Savings                  Gross Savings
                                                                                                                             Program Impacts                                 Emissions Reduction
                                                                                                                                 Demand
                                                                                                            Energy Savings      Reduction        Gas Savings
Programs Contributing to the GBI                                                              Budget(1)      (Gross kWh)       (Gross kW)      (Gross Therms)   CO2 (tons)        Nox (lbs.)       PM10 (lbs.)
Core Programs (Commercial Sector Only)                                                    $   124,956,109      318,909,187          111,392        11,008,149     4,975,389         3,659,109          494,211
  California State Government Buildings                                                   $    41,235,516      105,240,032           36,759         3,632,689     1,641,879         1,207,506          163,090
  Federal & Local Government Buildings                                                    $    41,235,516      105,240,032           36,759         3,632,689     1,641,879         1,207,506          163,090
  Commercial Buildings                                                                    $    42,485,077      108,429,124           37,873         3,742,771     1,691,632         1,244,097          168,032

Government Partnerships                                                                   $           -                -                -                 -              -                -                -
  California State Government Buildings
  Federal & Local Government Buildings
  Commercial Buildings

Third Parties                                                                             $    31,239,027       79,727,297           27,848         2,752,037      1,243,847          914,777          123,553
   California State Government Buildings                                                  $    10,308,879       26,310,008            9,190           908,172        410,470          301,877           40,772
   Federal & Local Government Buildings                                                   $    10,308,879       26,310,008            9,190           908,172        410,470          301,877           40,772
   Commercial Buildings                                                                   $    10,621,269       27,107,281            9,468           935,693        422,908          311,024           42,008


Grand Total                                                                               $ 156,195,136        398,636,484          139,240        13,760,186      6,219,237        4,573,887          617,764
 California State Government Buildings Total                                              $ 51,544,395         131,550,040           45,949         4,540,861      2,052,348        1,509,383          203,862
 Federal & Local Government Buildings Total                                               $ 51,544,395         131,550,040           45,949         4,540,861      2,052,348        1,509,383          203,862
 Commercial Buildings Total                                                               $ 53,106,346         135,536,405           47,342         4,678,463      2,114,541        1,555,121          210,040

(1)
(2) Program Impacts are first year for the 2010-2012 cycle and Emmissions Reductions are lifecycle




                                                                                                                        Page 16 of 59
Table 3.1 - 2010-2012 Projected Gross Cumulative Savings Impacts by Year
                                                   2010                                    2011                                    2012

                                                             % of 2009                                 % of 2010                               % of 2011
                                     Total      CPUC Goal       Goal       Total          CPUC Goal      Goal      Total          CPUC Goal      Goal
 Energy Savings (Gross GWh)               256           195        131%            520          382         136%            794          540        147%
 Demand Reduction (Gross MW)                51           39        132%            104            76        137%            157          107        147%
 Gas Savings (Gross MMTh)                  4.0         3.50      114.0%             7.9          7.3        109%           11.7         11.4        102%
Note: Cumulative Savings Impacts of the 2010-2012 program cycle only.




                                                                               Page 17 of 59
Table 3.2 - Total Projected Cumulative Savings Impacts by Year
                                                   2010                                     2011                               2012

                                                             % of 2009                                 % of 2010                         % of 2011
                                     Total      CPUC Goal       Goal         Total         CPUC Goal     Goal      Total      CPUC Goal    Goal
 Energy Savings                            256          195       131%               520         382        136%        794          540      147%
 Demand Reduction (Net MW)                  51           39       132%               104          76        137%        157          107      147%
 Gas Savings (Net MMTh)                    4.0          3.5       114%               7.9         7.3        109%       11.7         11.4      102%
Note: Cumulative Savings Impacts of the 2010-2012 program cycle only.




                                                                         Page 18 of 59
Table 3.3 - 2010-12 Projected Lifecycle Savings - Gross


                                            Lifecycle Savings
 Energy Savings (Gross GWh)                                         4,667
 Gas Savings (Gross MMTh)                                             168




                                                          Page 19 of 59
Table 3.4 - SDG&E Third Party Programs (3P) Competitively Solicited Programs - Gross
                                                                                                                                                      Energy Savings         Demand Reduction          Gas Savings
                                         Program Name                                                                         Proposal Amount 1        (Gross kWh)              (Net kW)             (Gross Therms)
                                         3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment                                          $                 500,000                  -                       -                      -
   Continuation Program from 2006-2008




                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Manufactured-Mobile Home                               $               4,500,000             3,394,447                  4,515                 41,384
                                         3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency                                        $               1,500,000             6,729,288                  1,466                (45,555)
                                         3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)                                $               1,500,000                  -                       -                      -
                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency (LEEP)                                    $               1,500,000             3,214,487                    415                 (8,123)
                                         3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future                                             $                 600,000                  -                       -                      -
                                         3P-NRes9 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                                           $               3,000,000             2,698,412                  2,108                    (65)
                                         3P-NRes13 - San Diego Retrocommissioning                                        $               1,975,000             5,642,856                      0                169,286
                                         SW-ComE - Direct Install                                                        $              18,001,000            22,296,383                  6,285                (19,865)
                                         SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                                                   $               8,200,000            36,429,540                  6,816               (534,447)




                                         3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (CIEEP)           $               1,475,000              241,769                        20             300,000
   Flight 1




                                         3P-NRes02 - SaveGas - Hot Water Control Program with Continous Commissioning     $                 375,000                    -                         -             491,790


                                         3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping                                      $                 250,000                     -                      -                       -
   Flight 2




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation of New Equipment          $               5,000,000            27,481,055                 11,020                 (5,776)
                                         3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation of New Equipment               $               5,000,000             5,143,970                  7,387                 (9,622)
Flight Flight
  4       3




                                                                                                                       2
                                                                                                     Total 3P Portfolio $                53,376,000          113,272,207                 40,032                379,006
                                                                                                   Total Core Programs $                213,504,000          681,168,507                117,238              11,279,914
                                                                                                         Total Portfolio3 $             266,880,000          794,440,714                157,270              11,658,919

                                                            Percentage of Total Portfolio                                                      20%                     14%                 25%                        3%
1. The budget and energy savings in this table are those proposed by the Third Party
contractor and are not final. Final budgets will be determined after contract
negotiations.

2. The Third Party budgets in this table excludes SDG&E administrative costs. They can
be found in Table 4.2 on lines 3,6,12 & 17.
3. The Total Portfolio excludes EM&V.



                                                                                                                        Page 20 of 59
 Table 3.4 - SDG&E Third Party Programs (3P) Competitively Solicited Programs - Gross

                      Competitively Solicited Programs by Budget                          Competitively Solicited Programs by Demand Reduction


                                                                              Total Core Programs
Total Core Programs                                                                   75%
        80%



                                                                                                                      Total 3P Portfolio2
                                    Total 3P Portfolio2                                                                      25%
                                           20%




                  Competitively Solicited Programs by Energy Savings                           Competitively Solicited Programs by Gas Savings


                                                                                                                      Total 3P Portfolio2
                                                                                                                              3%
Total Core Programs
        86%                              Total 3P Portfolio2
                                                14%


                                                                               Total Core Programs
                                                                                       97%




                                                                       Page 21 of 59
Table 3.5 - Government Partnerships - Gross


                                                                                     Energy Savings   Demand Reduction    Gas Savings
Program Name                                                   Proposal Amount         (Net kWh)         (Net kW)        (Net Therms)
L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership                         $665,975         NA                NA                NA
L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership                           $1,125,755         NA                NA                NA
L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                                     $2,355,704         NA                NA                NA
L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership                         $751,957         NA                NA                NA
L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership                          $730,749         NA                NA                NA
L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership                      $1,072,646         NA                NA                NA
LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                              $5,049,309         NA                NA                NA
LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership                                $5,217,788         NA                NA                NA
LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                              $3,074,853         NA                NA                NA
LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership                        $570,018         NA                NA                NA
LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                                $2,188,110         NA                NA                NA
LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                                           $2,088,955         NA                NA                NA
LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                                              $470,619         NA                NA                NA
LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                                         $786,963         NA                NA                NA
                     Total Government Partnerships Portfolio
                                                               $     26,149,400




                                                                     Page 22 of 59
Table 4.1 - Portfolio Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                       Total 2010-2012 Program                      Percent of
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Percent of Budget
San Diego Gas and                                                                 2010                                    2011                               2012                            Cycle Budget                          Budget (with
                                                                                                                                                                                                               (without EM&V)
Electric                                                             Electric       Gas                Electric          Gas                   Electric                 Gas           Electric      Gas                              EM&V)
Core Programs

SW-AgA                SW-AgA - Calculated                                 $1,021,516        $255,379        $1,021,516              $255,379               $1,021,516      $255,379     $3,064,547   $766,137
SW-AgB                SW-AgB - Deemed                                       $284,265         $71,066          $284,265               $71,066                 $284,265       $71,066       $852,795   $213,199
SW-AgC                SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                         $37,912          $9,478           $37,912                $9,478                  $37,912        $9,478       $113,735     $28,434
SW-AgD                SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                            $64,127         $16,032           $64,127               $16,032                  $64,127       $16,032       $192,382     $48,095
SW-AgE                SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                 $36,314          $9,078           $36,314                $9,078                  $36,314        $9,078       $108,941     $27,235
SW-ComA               SW-ComA - Calculated                                $1,132,914        $283,229        $1,133,077              $283,269               $1,133,089      $283,272     $3,399,080   $849,770
SW-ComB               SW-ComB - Deemed                                    $4,405,616      $1,101,404        $4,405,616            $1,101,404               $4,405,503    $1,101,376    $13,216,735 $3,304,184
SW-ComC               SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                       $416,571        $104,143          $416,571              $104,143                 $416,571      $104,143     $1,249,714   $312,429
SW-ComD               SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement               $522,394        $130,599          $522,394              $130,599                $522,394      $130,599      $1,567,183   $391,796
SW-IndA               SW-IndA - Calculated                                $3,121,450        $780,363        $3,121,091              $780,273               $3,120,960      $780,240     $9,363,501 $2,340,875
SW-IndB               SW-IndB - Deemed                                    $1,394,955        $348,739        $1,394,955              $348,739               $1,394,956      $348,739     $4,184,866 $1,046,216
SW-IndC               SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                       $117,377         $29,344          $117,377               $29,344                 $117,377       $29,344       $352,132     $88,033
SW-IndD               SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement               $155,814         $38,954          $155,814               $38,954                 $155,814       $38,954       $467,443   $116,861
SW-ResA               SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting                $4,226,055              $0        $4,226,055                    $0               $4,226,064            $0    $12,678,175          $0
SW-ResB               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                $1,387,501              $0        $1,387,501                    $0               $1,387,525            $0     $4,162,527          $0
SW-ResG               SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug          $788,413              $0          $788,413                    $0                $788,413             $0     $2,365,240          $0
Local01               Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance               $536,431        $134,108          $536,431              $134,108                 $536,444      $134,111      $1,609,306   $402,327
Local03               Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)               $7,939,277      $3,402,547        $7,941,258            $3,403,396               $7,943,328    $3,404,283    $23,823,864 $10,210,227
SW-NCNR               SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                    $2,720,032       $680,008         $2,720,032             $680,008                $2,720,032     $680,008      $8,160,095 $2,040,024
SW-RESC               SW-ResC - Multi-Family                              $1,368,455       $342,114         $1,368,455              $342,114               $1,368,491     $342,123      $4,105,401 $1,026,350
SW-NCResB             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                $109,337          $27,334         $109,337                $27,334                $109,326        $27,332      $328,000      $82,000
SW-ResD               SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                   $2,219,709        $554,927        $2,219,709              $554,927               $2,219,714     $554,929      $6,659,133 $1,664,783
SW-ResE               SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                     $546,421        $136,605          $546,421              $136,605                $546,421      $136,605      $1,639,264   $409,816


Core Total                                                               $34,552,858      $8,455,450       $34,554,642            $8,456,250              $34,556,558    $8,457,090 $103,664,058 $25,368,790              48.3%           46.4%




                                                                                                                  Page 23 of 59
Table 4.1 - Portfolio Budget
                                                                                                                                                                          Total 2010-2012 Program Cycle   Percent of     Percent of
                                                                                              2010                         2011                          2012                         Budget            Budget (without Budget (with
San Diego Gas and Electric                                                         Electric       Gas           Electric     Gas              Electric      Gas          Electric          Gas             EM&V)          EM&V)
Government Partnerships

L-InstP01                    L-InstP01 -   CA Depart of Corrections Partnership           $177,733    $44,433       $177,633        $44,408        $177,414    $44,354          $532,780       $133,195
L-InstP02                    L-InstP02 -   CA Community College Partnership               $300,201    $75,050       $300,201        $75,050        $300,201    $75,050          $900,604       $225,151
L-InstP03                    L-InstP03 -   UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                         $628,168   $157,042       $628,168       $157,042        $628,228   $157,057         $1,884,564      $471,141
L-InstP04                    L-InstP04 -   State of California /IOU Partnership           $200,771    $50,193       $200,917        $50,229        $199,877    $49,969          $601,565       $150,391
L-InstP05                    L-InstP05 -   University of San Diego Partnership            $194,853    $48,713       $194,866        $48,717        $194,879    $48,720          $584,599       $146,150
L-InstP06                    L-InstP06 -   San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership          $286,026    $71,507       $286,039        $71,510        $286,052    $71,513          $858,117       $214,529


Total Gov Partnerships                                                                  $1,787,753   $446,938     $1,787,824       $446,956      $1,786,652   $446,663         $5,362,229    $1,340,557          2.5%           2.4%




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Table 4.1 - Portfolio Budget
                                                                                                                                                              Total 2010-2012 Program Cycle Percent of Percent of
San Diego Gas and                                                                    2010                       2011                        2012                          Budget              Budget    Budget
Electric                                                                  Electric     Gas           Electric     Gas            Electric      Gas            Electric         Gas           (without    (with
Third Party
3P-NRes01            3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa     $1,656,667           $0     $1,656,667           $0      $1,686,666           $0         $5,000,000            $0
3P-NRes01u           3P-NRes01u - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa       $45,039           $0        $45,039           $0         $45,039           $0           $135,117            $0
3P-NRes02            3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                  $99,998      $24,999        $99,998      $24,999        $100,004      $25,001           $300,000       $75,000
3P-NRes02u           3P-NRes02u - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                 $25,819       $6,455        $25,819       $6,455         $25,819       $6,455            $77,457       $19,364
3P-NRes03            3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)            $133,334      $33,333       $133,334      $33,333        $133,333      $33,333           $400,000      $100,000
3P-NRes03u           3P-NRes03u - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)            $18,215       $4,554        $18,215       $4,554         $18,215       $4,554            $54,645       $13,661
3P-NRes04            3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls for Res             $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes04u           3P-NRes04u - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls for Res            $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes05            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa                    $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes05u           3P-NRes05u - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa                   $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes06            3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping               $66,666      $16,667        $66,666      $16,667         $66,667      $16,667           $200,000       $50,000
3P-NRes06u           3P-NRes06u - Energy Efficient Water Pumping              $14,199       $3,550        $14,199       $3,550         $14,199       $3,550            $42,598       $10,649
3P-NRes07            3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program        $400,000    $100,000        $400,000    $100,000         $400,000    $100,000          $1,200,000     $300,000
3P-NRes07u           3P-NRes07u - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program        $31,042       $7,760        $31,042       $7,760         $31,042       $7,760            $93,126       $23,281
3P-NRes08            3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program          $400,726     $100,182       $400,726     $100,182        $398,547       $99,637         $1,200,000     $300,000
3P-NRes08u           3P-NRes08u - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program (LE       $31,042       $7,760        $31,042       $7,760         $31,044       $7,761            $93,127       $23,282
3P-NRes09            3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                 $799,999     $200,000       $799,999     $200,000        $800,001     $200,000          $2,400,000     $600,000
3P-NRes09u           3P-NRes09u - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                       $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes10            3P-NRes10 - K-12 Private Schools and Private Coll             $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes10u           3P-NRes10u - K-12 Private Schools and Private Coll            $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-NRes11            3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)               $160,000      $40,000       $160,000      $40,000       $160,000       $40,000           $480,000     $120,000
3P-NRes11u           3P-NRes11u - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)               $19,738       $4,934        $19,738       $4,934         $19,738       $4,934            $59,213       $14,803
3P-NRes12            3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic      $393,348       $98,337      $393,348       $98,337       $393,304       $98,326         $1,180,000     $295,000
3P-NRes12u           3P-NRes12u - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic       $29,292       $7,323        $29,292       $7,323         $29,292       $7,323            $87,876       $21,969
3P-NRes13            3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                  $526,666     $131,667       $526,666     $131,667        $526,668     $131,667          $1,580,000     $395,000
3P-NRes13u           3P-NRes13u - Retro commissioning (RCx)                   $18,215       $4,554        $18,215       $4,554         $18,215       $4,554            $54,645       $13,661
3P-Res01             3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation      $1,666,666           $0     $1,666,667           $0      $1,666,667           $0         $4,999,999            $0
3P-Res01u            3P-Res01u - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation       $187,948           $0       $191,949           $0        $193,449           $0           $573,345            $0
3P-Res02             3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)             $1,203,960    $300,990      $1,203,960    $300,990       $1,192,080    $298,020          $3,600,000     $900,000
3P-Res02u            3P-Res02u - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)               $67,734      $16,933        $67,734      $16,933         $67,734      $16,933           $203,201       $50,800
3P-Res03             3P-Res03 - Electric Resistant Heating Program                 $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Res03u            3P-Res03u - Electric Resistant Heating Program                $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Res04             3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)        $400,000    $100,000        $400,000    $100,000         $400,000    $100,000          $1,200,000     $300,000
3P-Res04u            3P-Res04u - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)        $40,284      $10,071        $40,284      $10,071         $40,284      $10,071           $120,853       $30,213
3P-Res05             3P-Res05 - Mullt-family < 30                                  $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Res05u            3P-Res05u - Mullt-family < 30                                 $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Res06             3P-Res06 - CHEERS                                             $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Res06u            3P-Res06u - CHEERS                                            $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Xc02              3P-Xc02 - Time Delay 20% Cooler                               $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
3P-Xc02u             3P-Xc02u - Time Delay 20% Cooler                              $0           $0             $0           $0              $0           $0                 $0            $0
SW-ComE              SW-ComE - Direct Install                              $4,200,227   $1,800,097     $4,200,227   $1,800,097      $4,200,245   $1,800,105        $12,600,700    $5,400,300
SW-ResF              SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                         $2,733,333           $0     $2,733,333           $0      $2,733,334           $0         $8,200,000            $0

Third Party Totals                                                        $15,370,158   $3,020,167    $15,374,159   $3,020,167    $15,391,585    $3,016,651        $46,135,902    $9,056,985    20.7%      19.9%




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Table 4.1 - Portfolio Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Total 2010-2012 Program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Percent of Percent of
                                                                                                2010                                       2011                              2012                             Cycle Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Budget    Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (without    (with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       EM&V)      EM&V)
San Diego Gas and Electric                                                         Electric          Gas                Electric          Gas                  Electric                 Gas           Electric         Gas
Long Term
LGovP01                        LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                $1,346,482          $336,621         $1,346,482            $336,621                $1,346,482     $336,621        $4,039,447     $1,009,862
LGovP02                        LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership                  $1,391,413          $347,853         $1,391,413            $347,853                $1,391,405     $347,851        $4,174,230     $1,043,558
LGovP03                        LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                 $819,960           $204,990          $819,960             $204,990                 $819,962      $204,990        $2,459,882      $614,971
LGovP04                        LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership         $152,005             $38,001         $152,005               $38,001                $152,005        $38,001         $456,014      $114,004
LGovP05                        LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                   $583,496           $145,874          $583,496             $145,874                 $583,496      $145,874        $1,750,488      $437,622
LGovP06                        LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                              $557,055           $139,264          $557,055             $139,264                 $557,055      $139,264        $1,671,164      $417,791
LGovP07                        LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                               $125,498             $31,375         $125,498               $31,375                $125,499        $31,375         $376,495        $94,124
LGovP08                        LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                          $209,857             $52,464         $209,857               $52,464                $209,857        $52,464         $629,570      $157,393
Local02                        Local02 - Local Island Program                            $542,553           $135,638          $713,496             $178,374                 $801,696      $200,424        $2,057,744      $514,436
Local04                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)             $257,088             $64,272         $257,088               $64,272                $257,088        $64,272        $771,265       $192,816
Local05                        Local05 - OBF                                             $699,999           $175,000          $699,999             $175,000                 $700,001      $175,000        $2,099,999      $525,000
Local06                        Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat          $559,036           $139,759          $559,036             $139,759                 $559,036      $139,759        $1,677,109      $419,277
SW-C&SA                        SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                     $313,145             $78,286         $313,145               $78,286                $313,145        $78,286         $939,434      $234,859
SW-C&SB                        SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                      $80,000            $20,000           $80,000              $20,000                  $80,000       $20,000         $240,000        $60,000
SW-C&SC                        SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                             $168,000             $42,000         $168,000               $42,000                 $168,000       $42,000         $504,000      $126,000
SW-C&SD                        SW-C&SD Reach Codes                                         $26,667             $6,667           $26,666               $6,667                  $26,666        $6,667          $79,999        $20,000
SW-HVACA                       SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality Instal           $27,827                 $0           $27,827                   $0                  $27,827            $0          $83,481             $0
SW-HVACB                       SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                  $20,565                 $0           $20,565                   $0                  $20,565            $0          $61,695             $0
SW-HVACC                       SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                    $19,503                 $0           $19,503                   $0                  $19,503            $0          $58,510             $0
SW-HVACD                       SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                      $32,584                 $0           $32,584                   $0                  $32,584            $0          $97,751             $0
SW-HVACE                       SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics               $165,442                  $0         $165,442                    $0                $165,442             $0         $496,325             $0
SW-HVACF                       SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                                        $22,630                 $0           $22,630                   $0                  $22,630            $0          $67,890             $0
SW-HVACG                       SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                                        $15,351                 $0           $15,351                   $0                  $15,351            $0          $46,054             $0
SW-IDSM                        SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                               $160,033             $40,008         $160,033               $40,008                $160,033        $40,008         $480,098      $120,024
SW-ME&OA                       Marketing, Education & Outreach                                  $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ME&OB                       SW Marketing, E&O FYP                                    $2,224,325          $556,081         $2,224,325            $556,081                $2,224,325     $556,081        $6,672,976     $1,668,244
SW-ME&OC                       ME&O Stratigic Plan                                       $195,468             $48,867         $195,468               $48,867                $195,468        $48,867         $586,403      $146,601
SW-ETA                         SW-ETA - Assessments                                     $1,080,236          $270,059         $1,080,236            $270,059                $1,080,211     $270,053        $3,240,683      $810,171
SW-ETB                         SW-ETB - Scaled Field Placement                                  $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETC                         SW-ETC - Demonstration / Showcasing                              $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETD                         SW-ETD - Market and Behavioral Studies                           $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETE                         SW-ETE - Technology supply-side efforts                          $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETF                         SW-ETF - Technology Incubation                                   $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETG                         SW-ETG - Technology Test Centers (TTC)                           $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ETH                         SW-ETH - ZNE lab (PG&E)                                          $0                 $0                $0                   $0                       $0            $0               $0             $0
SW-ResH                        SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit              $3,180,347         $1,363,006        $2,959,858           $1,268,511               $2,959,795    $1,268,484       $9,100,000     $3,900,000
SW-WE&TA                       SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning & Implementation             $302,610            $75,653          $216,258              $54,065                 $128,058       $32,015         $646,926       $161,732
SW-WE&TB                       SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food Servi              $3,087,653          $771,913         $3,087,653            $771,913                $3,087,653     $771,913        $9,262,959     $2,315,740
SW-WE&TC                       SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK Program                $432,174           $108,044          $432,174             $108,044                 $432,173      $108,043        $1,296,522      $324,130
SW-NCResA                      SW-NCResA - RNC                                          $1,172,798          $293,199         $1,172,798            $293,199                $1,172,815     $293,204        $3,518,410      $879,603

Total Long Term                                                                        $19,971,798         $5,484,893       $19,835,899           $5,411,545              $19,835,826    $5,411,516     $59,643,523     $16,307,954      28.5%      27.3%




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Table 4.1 - Portfolio Budget
                                                                                                                                                            Percent of
                                                                                                                                                                         Percent of
                                                                                                                           Total 2010-2012 Program Cycle      Budget
                                                                                                                                                                        Budget (with
                                                  2010                           2011                       2012                       Budget                (without
                                                                                                                                                                          EM&V)
San Diego Gas and Electric           Electric        Gas            Electric        Gas         Electric       Gas        Electric        Gas                EM&V)
Total Programs Budget                    $71,682,567    $17,407,448     $71,552,524 $17,334,918    $71,570,620 $17,331,920 $214,805,711       $52,074,287          100%         96%
#x EM&V - Evaluation Measurement &
Verification                             $2,965,333      $741,333      $2,965,333     $741,333     $2,965,333    $741,333      $8,896,000      $2,224,000
#y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)                   $0             $0             $0            $0            $0          $0              $0              $0
Total SDG&E Portfolio Budget            $74,647,901    $18,148,782    $74,517,857   $18,076,251   $74,535,953 $18,073,254    $223,701,711     $54,298,287        104%         100%




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          Table 4.2   IOU Portfolio Budget by E3 Formats


Line #s                          PROGRAM Category                                       Core Portfolio - Base Scenario                                                    Third Party Portfolio                                                     Govt Partnership Portfolio                                                   Total EE Portfolio
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Total Govt
                                                                       Resource             Nonresource            Total Core        Percent       Resource            Nonresource           Total Third Party     Percent       Resource           Nonresource           Partnership       Percent       Resource             Nonresource           Total Portfolio       Percent


                      BUDGET (IOU+Subcontractor)

  1       A.          Administrative Costs                         $       6,640,391    $        7,965,840     $      14,606,231       7%      $       3,091,375   $         694,808     $             3,786,183     9%      $              -   $          8,212,133   $       8,212,133     30%      $        9,731,766   $      16,872,781     $         26,604,547       10%
  2       A.1           Overhead (G&A Labor/Materials)             $       1,864,379    $        2,446,366     $       4,310,745               $         145,012   $             300     $               145,312             $              -   $          1,322,901   $       1,322,901              $        2,009,391   $       3,769,567     $          5,778,958
  3       A.1.1               IOU                                  $       1,864,379    $        2,446,366     $       4,310,745               $         145,012   $             300     $               145,312                                $          1,322,901   $       1,322,901              $        2,009,391   $       3,769,567     $          5,778,958
  4       A.1.2.              Subcontractor                                                                    $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
          A.2           Administrative Costs - Labor (Managerial &
  5                     Clerical)                                  $       4,220,516    $        4,941,781     $         9,162,297             $       2,811,463   $         694,208     $             3,505,671             $              -   $          6,410,111   $       6,410,111              $        7,031,979   $      12,046,100     $         19,078,079
  6                           IOU                                 $        3,350,302    $        4,111,265     $         7,461,567             $       1,479,038   $         264,380     $             1,743,418                                $          2,439,780   $       2,439,780              $        4,829,341   $       6,815,425     $         11,644,766
  7                           Subcontractor                       $          870,214    $          830,516     $         1,700,730             $       1,332,425   $         429,828     $             1,762,253                                $          3,970,331   $       3,970,331              $        2,202,639   $       5,230,675     $           7,433,313
  8       A.3            HR Support/Development                                                                $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $                 -   $                     -
  9                           IOU                                                                              $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $                 -   $                     -
  10                          Subcontractor                                                                    $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
  11      A.4            Travel, Conference Fees                  $          555,496    $          577,693     $       1,133,190               $        134,900    $             300     $              135,200              $              -   $           479,121    $         479,121              $          690,396   $       1,057,114     $          1,747,511
  12                          IOU                                 $          555,496    $          577,693     $       1,133,190               $        134,900    $             300     $              135,200                                 $           479,121    $         479,121              $          690,396   $       1,057,114     $          1,747,511
  13                          Subcontractor                                                                    $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
  14                                                                                                           $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
  15      B.          Marketing and Outreach                      $        5,050,385    $       11,767,580     $      16,817,965       8%      $        370,224    $         257,524     $              627,747      2%      $              -   $          3,609,252   $       3,609,252     13%      $        5,420,609   $      15,634,356     $         21,054,964        8%
  16      B.1            Labor                                    $        1,698,595    $       10,731,580     $      12,430,175               $        160,224    $         257,524     $              417,747              $              -   $          2,934,493   $       2,934,493              $        1,858,819   $      13,923,597     $         15,782,416
  17                          IOU                                 $          540,595    $          629,180     $       1,169,775               $        160,224    $          28,409     $              188,632                                 $            454,354   $         454,354              $          700,819   $       1,111,942     $          1,812,761
  18                          Subcontractor (list)                $        1,158,000    $       10,102,400     $      11,260,400                                   $         229,115     $              229,115                                 $          2,480,140   $       2,480,140              $        1,158,000   $      12,811,655     $         13,969,655
  19      B.2            Materials                                $        3,351,790    $        1,036,000     $       4,387,790               $        210,000    $               -     $              210,000              $              -   $            674,759   $         674,759              $        3,561,790   $       1,710,759     $          5,272,549
  20                          IOU                                 $        3,351,790    $        1,036,000     $       4,387,790               $        210,000                                                                                 $            674,759   $         674,759              $        3,561,790   $       1,710,759     $          5,272,549
  21                          Subcontractor (list)                                                             $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
  22                                                                                                           $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $               -     $                  -
          C.          Direct Implementation (Incentives and
  23                  Rebates)                                    $      123,283,073    $                  -   $     123,283,073      59%      $      27,076,446   $                 -   $            27,076,446    65%      $              -   $                  -   $                -     0%      $      150,359,519   $                 -   $        150,359,519       54%
  24                     User Input Incentive                                     -                    -       $               -                                                         $                     -                                                                                      $                -   $                 -   $                  -
  25                     End User Rebate                                  91,377,175                           $      91,377,175                                                         $                     -                                                                                      $       91,377,175   $                 -   $         91,377,175
  26                     Direct Install Labor Activity            $                 -   $                  -   $               -               $       2,968,256   $                 -   $             2,968,256                                                                                      $        2,968,256   $                 -   $          2,968,256
  27                           IOU                                                -                    -       $               -                                                         $                     -                                                                                      $                -   $                 -   $                  -
  28                           Subcontractor                                                                   $               -               $       2,968,256                         $             2,968,256                                                                                      $        2,968,256   $                 -   $          2,968,256
  29                     Direct Install Materials & Service       $                 -   $                  -   $               -               $       1,306,932   $                 -   $             1,306,932                                                                                      $        1,306,932   $                 -   $          1,306,932
  30                           IOU                                                                             $               -                                                         $                     -                                                                                      $                -   $                 -   $                  -
  31                           Subcontractor                                                                   $               -               $       1,306,932                         $             1,306,932                                                                                      $        1,306,932   $                 -   $          1,306,932
  32                     Upstream/Midstream rebates                       31,905,897                           $      31,905,897                     $22,801,258                         $            22,801,258                                                                                      $       54,707,155   $                 -   $         54,707,155
  33                                                                                                           $               -                                                                                                                                                                      $                -   $                 -   $                  -
          D.          Direct Implementation (Non Incentives and
  34                  Rebates)                                    $       21,163,427    $       25,634,991     $      46,798,418      22%      $       5,793,477   $       1,941,057     $             7,734,534    19%      $              -   $        14,328,015    $      14,328,015     53%      $       26,956,904   $      41,904,062     $         68,860,966       25%
  35                    Activity                                  $       15,440,420    $       23,408,095     $      38,848,515               $       4,237,892   $       1,728,057     $             5,965,949             $              -   $        13,135,208    $      13,135,208              $       19,678,312   $      38,271,360     $         57,949,672
  36                           IOU                                $       12,170,947    $        6,822,440     $      18,993,387               $         454,098                                                                                $           499,595    $         499,595              $       12,625,045   $       7,322,035     $         19,947,080
  37                           Subcontractor                      $        3,269,473    $       16,585,654     $      19,855,128               $       3,783,794   $       1,728,057     $             5,511,851                                $        12,635,613    $      12,635,613              $        7,053,268   $      30,949,324     $         38,002,592
  38                    Installation                              $        1,455,000    $          675,000     $       2,130,000               $         250,000   $         213,000     $               463,000                                                                                      $        1,705,000   $         888,000     $          2,593,000
  39                    Hardware & Materials                      $        1,563,600    $          694,250     $       2,257,850               $          30,000                                                                                $           200,572    $         200,572              $        1,593,600   $         894,822     $          2,488,422

  40                     Rebate Processing & Inspection           $        2,704,407    $          857,646     $         3,562,053             $       1,275,585   $                 -   $             1,275,585             $              -   $           992,235    $         992,235              $        3,979,992   $       1,849,881     $          5,829,872
  41                      Labor                                   $        2,704,407    $          857,646     $         3,562,053             $       1,275,585   $                 -   $             1,275,585             $              -   $           992,235    $         992,235              $        3,979,992   $       1,849,881     $          5,829,872
  42                        IOU                                   $        2,192,751    $          706,104     $         2,898,855             $         204,317                         $               204,317                                $            76,719    $          76,719              $        2,397,068   $         782,823     $          3,179,890
  43                        Subcontractor                         $          511,656    $          151,542     $           663,198             $       1,071,268                         $             1,071,268                                $           915,516    $         915,516              $        1,582,924   $       1,067,058     $          2,649,982
  44                      Materials                                                                            $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  45                        IOU                                                                                $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  46                        Subcontractor                                                                      $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  47                                                                                                           $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  48      F.          EM&V Costs                                  $        6,029,976    $        1,700,762     $         7,730,738     4%      $       2,092,730   $         206,973     $             2,299,704     6%                         $         1,089,558    $       1,089,558      4%      $        8,122,706   $       2,997,294     $         11,120,000        4%
  49                    Utility                                   $        1,507,494    $          425,191     $         1,932,685             $         523,183   $          51,743     $               574,926             $              -   $           272,390    $         272,390              $        2,030,677   $         749,324     $          2,780,000
  50                    Commission Staff                          $        4,522,482    $        1,275,572     $         5,798,054             $       1,569,548   $         155,230     $             1,724,778             $              -   $           817,169    $         817,169              $        6,092,030   $       2,247,971     $          8,340,000
  51                                                                                                           $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  52                                                                                                           $                 -                                                                                                                                                                    $                -   $               -     $                  -
  53                  Budget                                       $   162,167,252      $     47,069,173       $   209,236,425                 $    38,424,252     $     3,100,362       $         41,524,614                $              -   $      27,238,958      $    27,238,958                $   200,591,504      $ 77,408,493          $     277,999,997
  54                   Costs recovered from other sources         $                 -   $                  -   $             -                 $               -   $                 -   $                  -                $              -   $                  -   $             -                $             -      $          -          $               -
  55                  Budget (plus other costs)                    $   162,167,252      $     47,069,173       $   209,236,425                 $    38,424,252     $     3,100,362       $         41,524,614                $              -   $      27,238,958      $    27,238,958                $   200,591,504      $ 77,408,493          $     277,999,997
  56
  57                  Budget Excluding EM&V
                      Basis for table is Ruling (R.01-08-028, dated 2-21-2006) and E-3 calculator I/O




                                                                                                                                                                                 Page 28 of 59
                               November 2009 - EE Compliance AL

Table 5.1 - SDG&E EM&V Budget          (Revised 11/23/09)


2010-12 EM&V Budget (1)                                     $                    11,120,000
 CPUC/ED Evaluation and Policy Oversight (2)                              TBD
 Utility Process Evaluation, CALMAC, Strategic Planning and
 Evaluation Support (2)                                                   TBD
 Initial Minimum Allocation of 15% of EM&V Budget to
 IOUs (3)                                                   $                     1,668,000

(1) The total 2010 - 2012 EM&V budget is 4% of SDG&E's total portfolio budget adopted in
D.09-09-047

(2) Final budget allocation between Energy Division and IOUs to be determined in the upcoming
2010-2011 EM&V Decision.

(3) In the 2010-2012 Joint Energy Division and IOU EM&V Plan submitted to ALJ Gamson on
11/17/09, Energy Division and the IOUs agreed to a minimum allocation to IOUs of 15% of the
EM&V process evaluation, market assessment and early M&V study costs budget.




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Table 6.1 - Bill Payer Impacts - Rates by Customer Class
                                                       Gas Average                                                              Gas Total       Gas Total
                                    Electric Average Rate (Res and               Electric Total          Electric Total        Average Bill     Average
                                     Rate (Res and       Non-Res)                Average Bill          Average Lifecycle       Savings by     Lifecycle Bill
                                    Non-Res) $/kwh       $/therm              Savings by Year ($)       Bill Savings ($)        Year ($)      Savings ($)

Present Rates - System Average
 2009                                 $         0.16315    $       1.19723
    Residential                       $         0.17791    $       0.63371
    Small Commercial                  $         0.17886    $       0.26249
    Large Commercial                  $         0.15077    $       0.03351
    Agricultural                      $         0.17354          N/A
    Street Lighting                   $         0.15601          N/A
 2010                                 $         0.16315    $       1.19723
 2011                                 $         0.16315    $       1.19723
 2012                                 $         0.16315    $       1.19723

Notes:
1) Average first year electric bill savings is calculated by multiplying an average electric rate with first year kWh energy savings.
2) Average first year gas bill savings is calculated by multiplying an average gas rate with first year therm energy savings.
3) Total average first year bill savings is the sum of Notes 1 and 2.
4) Average lifecycle electric bill savings is calculated by multiplying an average electric rate with lifecycle kWh energy savings.
5) Average lifecycle gas bill savings is calculated by multiplying an average gas rate with lifecycle therm energy savings.
6) Total average lifecycle bill savings is the sum of Notes 4 and 5.
7) As of September 2009, the current bundled average electric rate is $0.16315 per kwh before the impact of EE programs.
8) Bundled gas rate as of January 2009.
Table 6.1a - Bill Payer Impacts Revenues by Customer Class

                                       Electric Average      Gas Average
                                        Revenues (Res       Revenues (Res       Total Average         Total Average
                                        and Non-Res)        and Non-Res)      Annual Bill Savings Lifecycle Bill Savings
                                             $000               $000                 ($)                    ($)
Present Revenues
 2009                                 $          46,538    $        11,527
    Residential                       $          16,064    $         3,117
    Small Commercial                  $           7,041    $         6,780
    Large Commercial                  $          22,936    $         1,630
    Agricultural                      $             281          N/A
    Street Lighting                   $             217          N/A
 2010                                 $          74,133    $        18,533
 2011                                 $          39,133    $        17,173
 2012                                 $          74,133    $        17,404


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Table 6.1a - Electric Bill Payer Impacts - Revenues and Rates by Customer Class



                                          2010 Electric Annual Average     2010 Electric Annual Average Rate
                                         Revenues Compared to Present            Compared to Present
        Customer Classes                              $000                               $/kwh                       Total Percentage Change from Present

 Bundled
   Residential                       $                            25,589   $                           0.00333                      59%
   Commercial - Small                $                            11,216   $                           0.00534                      59%
   Commercial - Medium &
   Large                             $                            36,535   $                           0.00342                      59%
   Agricultural                      $                               447   $                           0.00496                      59%
   Street Lighting                   $                               346   $                           0.00316                      59%

Table 6.1b - Gas Bill Payer Impacts Revenues by Customer Class



                                          2010 Gas Average Revenues        2010 Gas Average Rates Compared
                                             Compared to Present                      to Present
        Customer Classes                            $000                               $/therm                       Total Percentage Change from Present

    Residential                      $                             5,012   $                            0.0157                      61%
    Commercial - Small               $                            10,901   $                            0.0673                      61%
    Noncore C&I                      $                             2,621   $                            0.0721                      61%

Note: Present rates should include bridge funding implemented in rates 1-1-2009; customer classes are IOU-specific




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Table 6.2 - Budget by Funding Source
                                                                                                                             2010-2012 Revenue Requiremement
                                                                                                  2010-2012 Adopted Budget        (with FF&U on electric)
2010-2012 Program Cycle Budget                                                                $                278,000,000   $                 287,646,956
Unspent/Uncommitted Funds                                                                     $                 37,941,603   $                  39,479,390
Total Funding Request for 2010-2012 Program Cycle                                             $                240,058,397   $                 248,167,566
  Electric Public Goods Charge (PGC) Funds                                                    $                109,181,037   $                 113,916,939
   Procurement Energy Efficiency Funds                                                        $                113,218,963   $                 118,130,016
   Gas Public Purpose Program (PPP) Surcharge Funds                                           $                 55,600,000   $                  55,600,000

                                                                                                                                              Total 2010-2012   Percent of
                                                                  Percent of                   Percent of                      Percent of     Program Cycle     2010-2012
Funding Source                                  2010 Budget      2010 Funding   2011 Budget   2011 Funding   2012 Budget      2012 Funding        Budget         Funding
 Electric Public Goods Charge (PGC) Funds   $      35,640,000              38% $ 36,388,440             39% $ 37,152,597                40%   $ 109,181,037              39%
 Procurement Energy Efficiency Funds        $      38,493,333              42% $ 37,744,893             41% $ 36,980,736                40%   $ 113,218,963              41%
 Gas PPP Surcharge Funds                    $      18,533,333              20% $ 18,533,333             20% $ 18,533,333                20%   $ 55,600,000               20%
Total Funds                                 $      92,666,667                  $ 92,666,667                 $ 92,666,667                      $ 278,000,000

                                            Budget by Funding Source




                     Gas PPP
                 Surcharge Funds
                       20%
                                                                Electric Public
                                                                Goods Charge
                                                                 (PGC) Funds
                                                                     39%




                                                      Procurement
                                                    Energy Efficiency
                                                         Funds
                                                          41%




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                         2010 - 2012 IOU Strategic Planning Program Budget

                         Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                         budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                         budget totals.                                                                     1                             2                           3                        4                          5                           6                     7                  8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Direct
                                                                                                                                                  Estimated                                                                                        Estimated                          Implementation -
                                                                                                   Estimated Overhead             Estimated Other Administrative                          Total                       Estimated                   Marketing &         Total Marketing Customer
Market                                                                                              Costs (General &               Administration Costs - IOU                          Administrative                Marketing &                 Outreach (IOU          & Outreach    Education &
Sector                    Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                               Administration) - IOU            Costs - IOU   Contractors                          Cost (Actual)                Outreach (IOU)               Contractors)             (Actual)    Training
                         Residential Programs
                                      Local Programs
                                                   Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance      $                   70,268.65 $                76,207.31 $                 75,000.00    $        221,475.96      $              112,613.17    $                    - $        112,613.17     $     30,000.00
                                                              Local02 - Local Island Program   $                  124,567.41 $             209,221.88             $                -   $        333,789.28      $              193,331.86    $                    - $        193,331.86     $    699,097.00
                                             Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)     $                   60,158.63 $                46,873.63 $                  3,300.00    $        110,332.26      $               55,453.86    $                    - $           55,453.86   $              -
                                      SW Residential
                                                       SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting    $                   72,135.46 $             337,955.50             $                -   $        410,090.95      $              203,059.44    $                    - $        203,059.44     $    240,600.00
                                                    SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting       $                   46,356.08 $             331,902.38             $                -   $        378,258.46      $              315,423.36    $                    - $        315,423.36     $              -
                                                                     SW-ResC - Multi-Family    $                   72,524.20 $             423,700.26             $                -   $        496,224.46      $              190,831.86    $                    - $        190,831.86     $              -
  Residential Programs




                                                        SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates      $                   62,767.34 $             162,147.09             $                -   $        224,914.43      $              342,423.36    $                    - $        342,423.36     $              -
                                                        SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys      $                  143,475.22 $             113,628.41             $                -   $        257,103.63      $              607,613.17    $                    - $        607,613.17     $              -
                                                             SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling         $                          -       $                   - $         822,400.00       $        822,400.00      $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -


                                       SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug Load       $                   87,155.11 $             219,707.43             $                -   $        306,862.54      $             1,008,870.57   $                    - $       1,008,870.57    $              -
                                               SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit     $                  285,820.76 $             285,034.19 $               510,214.00       $       1,081,068.95     $             1,227,423.36   $                    - $       1,227,423.36    $   1,020,000.00
                                      3P Residential
                                          3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation     $                   28,200.00 $             444,139.58             $                -   $        472,339.58      $               14,014.86    $                    - $           14,014.86   $              -
                                              3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)            $                          - $          169,154.16             $                -   $        169,154.16      $               28,029.72    $                    - $           28,029.72   $              -
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)        $                          - $          111,101.31 $               344,241.00       $        455,342.31      $               28,408.50    $             34,424.00 $          62,832.50   $    908,335.00
                                                                      3P-Res06 - CHEERS            $                          -       $                   -       $                -       $                -   $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -




                                      SW Res New Construction
                                                                     SW-NCResA - RNC           $                  177,147.58 $             323,649.15             $                -   $        500,796.73      $              231,148.86    $                    - $        231,148.86     $              -
                                                  SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes        $                   19,523.80 $                37,436.63           $                -   $           56,960.43    $               21,750.00    $                    - $           21,750.00   $              -
                         Commercial Programs
                                    Local Programs
                                                      Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)    $                  232,637.12 $             347,508.93             $                -   $        580,146.05      $              185,934.00    $                    - $        185,934.00     $     90,000.00
                                                                             Local05 - OBF     $                  555,829.94 $             992,628.18 $               225,000.00       $       1,773,458.12     $              324,095.55    $                    - $        324,095.55     $              -
                                           Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat    $                 293,390.93       $        261,210.60         $                -       $       554,601.53       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                      SW Commercial
                                                                     SW-ComA - Calculated      $                  53,984.56       $        100,985.29         $                -       $       154,969.85       $              156,136.08    $                    - $        156,136.08     $     30,000.00
                                                                      SW-ComB - Deemed         $                 152,492.90       $        192,000.23 $               300,000.00       $       644,493.14       $              209,957.52    $                    - $        209,957.52     $    150,000.00
                                                         SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits       $                  97,617.50       $        159,018.34         $                -       $       256,635.84       $               49,090.20    $                    - $           49,090.20   $     22,500.00
                                             SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement           $                 110,514.46       $        187,808.76         $                -       $       298,323.22       $              133,953.60    $                    - $        133,953.60     $              -


                                      3P Non-Residential
  Commercial Programs




                                        3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa      $                    600.00        $           96,799.21       $                -       $        97,399.21       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                                 3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control       $                    300.00        $           73,890.53       $                -       $        74,190.53       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                           3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)        $                    300.00        $           68,006.60 $              25,587.00       $        93,893.60       $                        -   $            158,691.00 $       158,691.00     $              -
                                       3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls for Res       $                        -         $                 -         $                -       $                -       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                                3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa     $                        -         $                 -         $                -       $                -       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                               3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping      $                   1,251.90       $           44,451.76       $                -       $        45,703.66       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                          3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program     $                    300.00        $           93,476.59       $                -       $        93,776.59       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                            3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program      $                    602.00        $           93,176.59       $                -       $        93,778.59       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                                   3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)      $                        -         $                 -         $                -       $                -       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                                   3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)   $                   6,259.50       $           67,756.68 $              60,000.00       $       134,016.18       $                        -   $             36,000.00 $          36,000.00   $              -
                                                    3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)      $                    300.00        $           68,006.60       $                -       $        68,306.60       $                        -   $                    -    $                -   $              -
                                                                  SW-ComE - Direct Install     $                 120,669.72       $        156,826.76 $               510,024.54       $       787,521.02       $              328,179.36    $                    - $        328,179.36     $     30,000.00
                                      Commercial New Construction
                                                      SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design         $                  300,292.04 $             437,868.69 $                   60,000.00    $        798,160.73      $              579,000.00    $                    - $        579,000.00     $       6,000.00




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                                        2010 - 2012 IOU Strategic Planning Program Budget

                                        Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                                        budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                                        budget totals.                                                                                 1                        2                 3                  4                       5                         6                    7                  8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Direct
                                                                                                                                                                          Estimated                                                                 Estimated                         Implementation -
                                                                                                                              Estimated Overhead          Estimated Other Administrative          Total                  Estimated                 Marketing &        Total Marketing Customer
Market                                                                                                                         Costs (General &            Administration Costs - IOU          Administrative           Marketing &               Outreach (IOU         & Outreach    Education &
Sector                                   Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                                           Administration) - IOU         Costs - IOU   Contractors          Cost (Actual)           Outreach (IOU)             Contractors)            (Actual)    Training
                                        Industrial Programs
                  Industrial Programs




                                                      SW Industrial
                                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                 $                  81,544.59     $   138,778.19      $        -       $   220,322.77      $        164,576.80        $               -       $   164,576.80        $   45,000.00
                                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                  $                  68,032.51     $   120,076.88      $        -       $   188,109.38      $        118,726.80        $               -       $   118,726.80        $   90,000.00
                                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits               $                  30,012.12     $    54,013.78      $        -       $    84,025.90      $         26,363.40        $               -       $    26,363.40        $   13,500.00
                                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                 $                  36,875.89     $    49,766.60      $        -       $    86,642.49      $         38,363.40        $               -       $    38,363.40        $   20,250.00
                                                      3P Non-Residential
                                                          3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic              $                    300.00      $    79,370.65      $        -       $    79,670.65      $                  -       $               -       $             -       $          -
                                        Agricultural Programs
                                                      SW Agricultural
                                                                                  SW-AgA - Calculated                    $                  27,539.57     $    43,131.69      $        -       $    70,671.25      $          7,840.75        $               -       $     7,840.75        $   22,500.00
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                                    SW-AgB - Deemed                      $                  28,873.52     $    90,288.35      $        -       $   119,161.86      $          9,090.72        $               -       $     9,090.72        $   22,500.00
                                                                         SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                  $                  11,569.94     $    18,417.81      $        -       $    29,987.75      $          9,772.68        $               -       $     9,772.68        $   60,000.00
                                                                          SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                    $                  20,881.03     $    50,962.42      $        -       $    71,843.45      $         18,863.40        $               -       $    18,863.40        $   22,500.00
                                                               SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                    $                  11,786.48     $    17,852.21      $        -       $    29,638.68      $         27,772.68        $               -       $    27,772.68        $    6,000.00
                                        Local Government Partnership Programs
                                                    Local Government Partnerships
                                                                              LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership $                    348,131.89   $      383,454.58   $            -   $     731,586.47    $         1,244,472.00     $                   -   $    1,244,472.00     $   1,418,469.00
                                                                               LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership $                     357,051.69   $      387,357.10   $            -   $     744,408.78    $             252,123.00   $                   -   $     252,123.00      $   2,302,257.00
                                                                            LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership $                      249,244.15   $      239,624.23 $     819,263.19   $    1,308,131.57   $             435,544.50   $                   -   $     435,544.50      $   1,331,085.00
                                                                    LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership $                       28,361.72   $         62,599.10 $   350,000.00   $     440,960.82    $              55,949.25   $                   -   $         55,949.25   $     73,108.00
                                                                               LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership $                     109,598.70   $      141,154.81   $            -   $     250,753.51    $             221,582.25   $                   -   $     221,582.25      $    283,950.00
                                                                                      LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership $                         105,045.02   $      126,530.56 $     671,812.42   $     903,388.01    $             350,085.25   $                   -   $     350,085.25      $    835,466.00
                                                                                          LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership $                       23,490.43   $         33,928.50 $   400,000.00   $     457,418.93    $              10,437.00   $                   -   $         10,437.00   $      2,149.00
                                                                                     LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership $                       42,877.43   $      154,267.02 $     523,809.51   $     720,953.96    $              52,194.00   $                   -   $         52,194.00   $     13,815.00
                                                     Local Institutional Partnerships
                                                                        L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership $                    36,363.09   $      176,517.36   $            -   $     212,880.45    $             155,981.87   $                   -   $     155,981.87      $     14,841.91
                                                                         L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership $                       58,257.41   $      248,804.82 $     120,000.00   $     427,062.23    $             181,806.63   $                   -   $     181,806.63      $      7,500.00
                                                                                   L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership $                      116,853.94   $      283,350.18   $            -   $     400,204.12    $             314,236.07   $                   -   $     314,236.07      $     21,969.24
                                                                         L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership $                   40,457.47   $      189,980.10   $            -   $     230,437.57    $             154,237.83   $                   -   $     154,237.83      $     14,415.00
     LGP




                                                                         L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership $                    35,655.56   $         57,079.46 $   623,794.21   $     716,529.23    $              14,204.25   $                   -   $         14,204.25   $              -
                                                                    L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership $                       56,481.37   $      149,284.46 $     461,651.35   $     667,417.17    $             166,398.25   $                   -   $     166,398.25      $     13,815.00
                                        Codes and Standards
                                                    Codes & Standards Program #1
                                                                SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                    $                 108,785.90     $    51,583.80      $        -       $   160,369.70      $                  -       $               -       $             -       $          -
     Codes and Standards




                                                              SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                     $                  31,606.49     $    10,193.40      $        -       $    41,799.89      $                  -       $               -       $             -       $          -
                                                                       SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                     $                  70,178.39     $    19,760.40      $        -       $    89,938.79      $                  -       $               -       $             -       $          -
                                                                               SW-C&SD Reach Codes                       $                  54,419.08     $     2,313.00      $        -       $    56,732.08      $                  -       $               -       $             -       $          -




                                        Emerging Technologies Program
                                                   Total ET Program
merging Technology




                                                                                        SW-ETA - Assessments $                             390,897.80     $   561,863.94      $        -       $   952,761.74      $        174,000.00        $               -       $   174,000.00        $          -
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                     Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                     budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                     budget totals.                                                                  1                      2                3                4                    5                     6                  7                  8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Direct
                                                                                                                                      Estimated                                                       Estimated                       Implementation -
                                                                                            Estimated Overhead        Estimated Other Administrative       Total               Estimated             Marketing &      Total Marketing Customer
Market                                                                                       Costs (General &          Administration Costs - IOU       Administrative        Marketing &           Outreach (IOU       & Outreach    Education &
Sector                Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                            Administration) - IOU       Costs - IOU   Contractors       Cost (Actual)        Outreach (IOU)         Contractors)          (Actual)    Training
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                     Workforce, Education & Training
     WE&T Programs




                                 SW Workforce Education & Training
                                     SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning & Implementation $                     38,507.50   $    10,150.00   $          -     $    48,657.50   $         35,000.00    $               -     $    35,000.00   $             -
                                  SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food Service
                                                                               Cen $                     755,258.62   $   449,403.19   $          -     $ 1,204,661.81   $       1,305,966.75   $               -     $ 1,305,966.75   $    2,592,000.00

                                    SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK Program $                         101,173.93   $   120,300.51   $   527,215.83   $   748,690.27   $        143,224.50    $               -     $   143,224.50   $     728,646.00
                                                           TOTAL WE&T Budget
                     DSM Coordination & Integration
Integration




                                DSM Integration
Programs




                                                    SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM $                         28,577.25   $    56,160.00   $          -     $    84,737.25   $                -     $               -     $          -     $             -
DSM




                                                   TOTAL DSM Integration Funding:
                     Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach
                                SW Marketing, Education, & Outreach
         ME&O




                                 SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (Core) $                            -     $          -     $          -     $          -     $                -     $               -     $          -     $             -
  Programs




                                               SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP $                        405,876.33   $    39,009.58   $          -     $   444,885.91   $       7,896,333.64   $               -     $ 7,896,333.64   $             -
                                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan $                        43,580.32   $    29,927.94   $          -     $    73,508.26   $         659,495.04   $               -     $ 659,495.04     $             -


                     LIEE
   LIEE




                                 Low Income
                                                       y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE) $                          -     $          -     $          -     $          -     $                -     $               -     $          -     $             -
                     HVAC
                                 SW HVAC
                                    SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality Instal   $                 3,975.30    $     9,279.47   $          -     $   13,254.76    $         11,363.40    $               -     $    11,363.40   $       15,000.00
                                         SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation     $                 2,937.86    $     7,962.08   $          -     $   10,899.94    $               -      $               -     $          -     $       15,000.00
                                       SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment         $                 2,786.18    $     7,769.48   $          -     $   10,555.67    $         15,000.00    $               -     $    15,000.00   $             -
                                          SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program        $                 4,654.79    $    21,505.72   $          -     $   26,160.50    $               -      $               -     $          -     $       15,000.00
                                      SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics       $                23,634.51    $     7,576.88   $          -     $   31,211.39    $               -      $               -     $          -     $             -
              HVAC




                                                        SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T            $                 3,232.84    $     7,384.28   $          -     $   10,617.12    $         15,000.00    $               -     $    15,000.00   $             -
                                                          SW-HVACG - HVAC Core          $                 2,193.06    $    19,316.32   $          -     $   21,509.38    $               -      $               -     $          -     $             -
                                                                            TOTAL:      $             7,175,004.45    $11,461,330.04   $ 7,433,313.05   ############     $     20,832,748.36    $        229,115.00   $21,061,863.36   $   13,227,268.15




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                         Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                         budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                         budget totals.                                                                 9                     10                        11                       12                       13                   14                      15               16
                                                                                               Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                               Direct                 Estimated Total                                     Estimated Direct                                                       Integration
                                                                                               Implementation -       Direct                    Estimated Direct          Implementation           Estimated Total                               Budget
                                                                                               Workforce,             Implementation            Implementation            (Rebate Processing       Direct                Total Direct            Allocated to
Market                                                                                         Education, &           (Customer                 (Incentives &             & Inspection -           Implementation        Implementation          other Programs Total Budget By
Sector                    Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                           Training               Services)                 Rebates)                  Labor & Materials)       (Other)               (Actual)                (If Applicable) Program (Actual)
                         Residential Programs
                                      Local Programs
                                                   Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance       $                 -    $           955,522.59    $           692,021.10    $                   -    $                -    $      1,677,543.69     $             - $      2,011,632.81
                                                              Local02 - Local Island Program    $        135,000.00    $           519,537.77    $           691,424.37    $                   -    $                -    $      2,045,059.14     $             - $      2,572,180.28
                                             Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)      $         60,000.00    $           738,295.05     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $         798,295.05    $             - $          964,081.17
                                      SW Residential
                                                       SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting     $                 -    $           490,994.21    $       11,333,430.00     $                   -    $                -    $     12,065,024.21     $             - $     12,678,174.60
                                                    SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting        $                 -    $           175,215.88    $        3,293,629.50     $                   -    $                -    $      3,468,845.38     $             - $      4,162,527.19
                                                                     SW-ResC - Multi-Family     $                 -    $           405,199.91    $        4,039,494.59     $                   -    $                -    $      4,444,694.49     $             - $      5,131,750.82
  Residential Programs




                                                        SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates       $                 -    $           535,001.31    $        7,221,577.08     $                   -    $                -    $      7,756,578.39     $             - $      8,323,916.18
                                                        SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys       $                 -    $        1,184,362.88      $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $      1,184,362.88     $             - $      2,049,079.67
                                                             SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling      $                 -     $                   -    $        7,377,600.00     $                   -    $                -    $      7,377,600.00     $             - $      8,200,000.00


                                       SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug Load        $         50,377.74    $           366,496.46    $           632,632.50    $                   -    $                -    $      1,049,506.70     $             - $      2,365,239.80
                                               SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit      $                 -    $        2,171,507.64     $        7,499,999.74     $                   -    $                -    $     10,691,507.38     $             - $     12,999,999.69
                                      3P Residential
                                          3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation      $                 -    $           996,990.00    $        4,002,944.25     $          86,991.00     $                -    $      5,086,925.25     $             - $      5,573,279.69
                                              3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)         $                 -    $           899,942.00    $        3,600,058.10     $          56,817.00     $                -    $      4,556,817.10     $             - $      4,754,000.98
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)     $                 -    $           213,000.00     $                   -    $          11,556.00     $                -    $      1,132,891.00     $             - $      1,651,065.81
                                                                      3P-Res06 - CHEERS         $                 -     $                   -     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $                  -    $             -   $                 -




                                      SW Res New Construction
                                                                     SW-NCResA - RNC            $                 -    $        1,917,153.52     $        1,748,913.60     $                   -    $                -    $      3,666,067.12     $             - $      4,398,012.71
                                                  SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes         $                 -    $           331,289.44     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $         331,289.44    $             - $          409,999.87
                         Commercial Programs
                                    Local Programs
                                                      Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)     $                 -    $        3,667,369.80     $       29,510,641.34     $                   -    $                -    $     33,268,011.14     $             - $     34,034,091.19
                                                                             Local05 - OBF      $                 -    $           527,445.15     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $         527,445.15    $             - $      2,624,998.82
                                           Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat     $                 -    $        1,541,784.90      $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $      1,541,784.90     $             - $      2,096,386.43
                                      SW Commercial
                                                                     SW-ComA - Calculated       $                 -    $           538,915.04    $        3,368,829.15     $                   -    $                -    $      3,937,744.19     $             - $      4,248,850.12
                                                                      SW-ComB - Deemed          $                 -    $        1,644,350.85     $       13,872,117.51     $                   -    $                -    $     15,666,468.36     $             - $     16,520,919.02
                                                         SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits        $         26,250.00    $        1,207,666.77      $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $      1,256,416.77     $             - $      1,562,142.81
                                             SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement            $         78,000.00    $        1,448,702.18      $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $      1,526,702.18     $             - $      1,958,979.00


                                      3P Non-Residential
  Commercial Programs




                                        3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa       $                 -    $           996,260.00    $        4,003,740.00     $          37,717.50     $                -    $      5,037,717.50     $             - $      5,135,116.71
                                                 3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control        $                 -    $            75,008.00    $           299,991.90    $          22,630.50     $                -    $         397,630.40    $             - $          471,820.93
                                           3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)         $                 -    $           315,722.00     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $         315,722.00    $             - $          568,306.60
                                       3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls for Res        $                 -     $                   -     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $                  -    $             -   $                 -
                                                3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa      $                 -     $                   -     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $                  -    $             -   $                 -
                                               3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping       $                 -    $           250,000.00     $                   -    $           7,543.50     $                -    $         257,543.50    $             - $          303,247.16
                                          3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program      $                 -    $           300,000.00    $        1,200,000.00     $          22,630.50     $                -    $      1,522,630.50     $             - $      1,616,407.09
                                            3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program       $                 -    $           300,006.00    $        1,199,993.58     $          22,630.50     $                -    $      1,522,630.08     $             - $      1,616,408.67
                                                   3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)       $                 -    $           599,726.25    $        2,400,273.75     $                   -    $                -    $      3,000,000.00     $             - $      3,000,000.00
                                                   3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)    $                 -    $           504,000.00     $                   -    $                   -    $                -    $         504,000.00    $             - $          674,016.18
                                                    3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)       $                 -    $           395,000.00    $        1,579,999.68     $                   -    $                -    $      1,974,999.68     $             - $      2,043,306.28
                                                                  SW-ComE - Direct Install      $                 -    $           658,414.34    $       16,196,885.28     $                   -    $                -    $     16,885,299.62     $             - $     18,000,999.99
                                      Commercial New Construction
                                                      SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design          $         22,500.00    $        4,018,472.14     $        4,775,986.20     $                   -    $                -    $      8,822,958.34     $             - $     10,200,119.07




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                                        Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                                        budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                                        budget totals.                                                                            9                     10                        11                    12                     13                  14                  15                  16
                                                                                                                         Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                                                         Direct                 Estimated Total                                  Estimated Direct                                                Integration
                                                                                                                         Implementation -       Direct                    Estimated Direct       Implementation         Estimated Total                          Budget
                                                                                                                         Workforce,             Implementation            Implementation         (Rebate Processing     Direct               Total Direct        Allocated to
Market                                                                                                                   Education, &           (Customer                 (Incentives &          & Inspection -         Implementation       Implementation      other Programs Total Budget By
Sector                                   Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                                      Training               Services)                 Rebates)               Labor & Materials)     (Other)              (Actual)            (If Applicable) Program (Actual)
                                        Industrial Programs
                  Industrial Programs




                                                      SW Industrial
                                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                  $             -        $      978,927.15        $    10,295,549.49     $              -       $            -       $ 11,319,476.64      $         -       $   11,704,376.21
                                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                   $             -        $      565,526.81        $     4,268,719.32     $              -       $            -       $ 4,924,246.13       $         -       $    5,231,082.31
                                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                $       75,750.00      $      240,525.30        $              -       $              -       $            -       $    329,775.30      $         -       $      440,164.60
                                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                  $       45,000.00      $      394,047.95        $              -       $              -       $            -       $    459,297.95      $         -       $      584,303.84
                                                      3P Non-Residential
                                                          3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic               $             -        $      292,130.00         $    1,182,869.73      $       30,174.00     $            -       $   1,505,173.73     $         -       $    1,584,844.38
                                        Agricultural Programs
                                                      SW Agricultural
                                                                                  SW-AgA - Calculated                     $             -        $      277,779.02        $     3,451,892.22     $              -       $            -       $   3,752,171.24     $         -       $    3,830,683.24
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                                    SW-AgB - Deemed                       $             -        $      297,001.40        $       618,239.97     $              -       $            -       $     937,741.37     $         -       $    1,065,993.95
                                                                         SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                   $        9,000.00      $       33,408.40        $              -       $              -       $            -       $     102,408.40     $         -       $      142,168.83
                                                                          SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                     $             -        $      127,270.08        $              -       $              -       $            -       $     149,770.08     $         -       $      240,476.93
                                                               SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                     $       15,000.00      $       57,764.73        $              -       $              -       $            -       $      78,764.73     $         -       $      136,176.09
                                        Local Government Partnership Programs
                                                    Local Government Partnerships
                                                                              LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership $                   -   $        1,654,781.70     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $      3,073,250.70 $              -   $      5,049,309.17
                                                                               LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership $                    -   $        1,918,999.08     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $      4,221,256.08 $              -   $      5,217,787.86
                                                                            LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership $                     -   $                91.50    $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $      1,331,176.50 $              -   $      3,074,852.57
                                                                    LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership $                     -   $                   -     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $          73,108.00 $             -   $        570,018.07
                                                                               LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership $                    -   $        1,431,823.85     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $      1,715,773.85 $              -   $      2,188,109.61
                                                                                       LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership $                       -   $                15.25    $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $       835,481.25 $               -   $      2,088,954.51
                                                                                          LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership $               614.00    $                   -     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $           2,763.00 $             -   $        470,618.93
                                                                                      LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership $                    -   $                   -     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $          13,815.00 $             -   $        786,962.96
                                                     Local Institutional Partnerships
                                                                        L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership $                  -   $            282,270.60   $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $       297,112.51 $               -   $        665,974.83
                                                                         L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership $             15,000.00   $            494,386.68   $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $       516,886.68 $               -   $      1,125,755.54
                                                                                   L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership $                     -   $        1,619,295.00     $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $      1,641,264.24 $              -   $      2,355,704.43
                                                                         L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership $                 -   $            352,866.45   $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $       367,281.45 $               -   $        751,956.85
     LGP




                                                                         L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership $                  -   $                15.25    $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $             15.25 $              -   $        730,748.73
                                                                    L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership $                     -   $            225,015.25   $                  -   $                  -   $                -   $       238,830.25 $               -   $      1,072,645.67
                                        Codes and Standards
                                                    Codes & Standards Program #1
                                                                SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                     $             -        $    1,013,923.05        $              -       $              -       $            -       $   1,013,923.05     $         -       $    1,174,292.75
     Codes and Standards




                                                              SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                      $             -        $      258,199.65        $              -       $              -       $            -       $     258,199.65     $         -       $      299,999.54
                                                                       SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                      $             -        $      540,060.90        $              -       $              -       $            -       $     540,060.90     $         -       $      629,999.69
                                                                               SW-C&SD Reach Codes                        $             -        $       43,267.35        $              -       $              -       $            -       $      43,267.35     $         -       $       99,999.43




                                        Emerging Technologies Program
                                                   Total ET Program
merging Technology




                                                                                        SW-ETA - Assessments $                          -        $    2,924,092.00        $              -       $              -       $            -       $   2,924,092.00     $         -       $    4,050,853.74
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                     Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                     budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                     budget totals.                                                              9                   10                    11                  12                   13               14                 15                16
                                                                                        Estimated TOTAL
                                                                                        Direct               Estimated Total                            Estimated Direct                                          Integration
                                                                                        Implementation -     Direct                Estimated Direct     Implementation       Estimated Total                      Budget
                                                                                        Workforce,           Implementation        Implementation       (Rebate Processing   Direct            Total Direct       Allocated to
Market                                                                                  Education, &         (Customer             (Incentives &        & Inspection -       Implementation    Implementation     other Programs Total Budget By
Sector                Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                        Training             Services)             Rebates)             Labor & Materials)   (Other)           (Actual)           (If Applicable) Program (Actual)
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                     Workforce, Education & Training
     WE&T Programs




                                 SW Workforce Education & Training
                                     SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning & Implementation $          725,000.00    $                 -   $              -     $              -     $            -    $     725,000.00   $          -    $      808,657.50
                                  SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food Service
                                                                               Cen $          2,558,953.20    $    3,917,117.17    $              -     $              -     $            -    $   9,068,070.37   $          -    $    11,578,698.93

                                    SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK Program $                       -      $            91.70   $              -     $              -     $            -    $     728,737.70   $          -    $     1,620,652.47
                                                           TOTAL WE&T Budget
                     DSM Coordination & Integration
Integration




                                DSM Integration
Programs




                                                    SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM $                      -      $      515,385.00    $              -     $              -     $            -    $     515,385.00   $          -    $      600,122.25
DSM




                                                   TOTAL DSM Integration Funding:
                     Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach
                                SW Marketing, Education, & Outreach
         ME&O




                                 SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (Core) $                   -     $                 -   $              -     $              -     $            -    $            -     $          -    $              -
  Programs




                                               SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP $                      -     $                 -   $              -     $              -     $            -    $            -     $          -    $     8,341,219.55
                                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan $                     -     $                 -   $              -     $              -     $            -    $            -     $          -    $       733,003.30


                     LIEE
   LIEE




                                 Low Income
                                                       y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE) $                 -     $                 -   $              -     $              -     $            -    $            -     $          -     $             -
                     HVAC
                                 SW HVAC
                                    SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality Instal   $        15,000.00    $       28,863.04    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      58,863.04   $          -    $      83,481.20
                                         SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation     $        15,000.00    $       20,795.02    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      50,795.02   $          -    $      61,694.96
                                       SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment         $        15,000.00    $       17,954.17    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      32,954.17   $          -    $      58,509.84
                                          SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program        $        15,000.00    $       41,590.04    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      71,590.04   $          -    $      97,750.55
                                      SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics       $              -      $      465,113.32    $              -     $              -     $            -    $     465,113.32   $          -    $     496,324.72
              HVAC




                                                        SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T            $        30,000.00    $       12,272.47    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      42,272.47   $          -    $      67,889.59
                                                          SW-HVACG - HVAC Core          $              -      $       24,544.94    $              -     $              -     $            -    $      24,544.94   $          -    $      46,054.32
                                                                            TOTAL:      $     3,906,444.94    $   51,956,563.32    $   150,359,453.95   $       298,690.50   $            -    $ 219,748,420.86   $          -    $ 266,879,931.77




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                         Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                         budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                         budget totals.                                                              17                   18             19                        20           21             22             23      24
                                                                                                                                                          Estimated
                                                                                                                                                          Integration Budget
                                                                                                                                                          Coming From
                                                                                                              Estimated EM&V                              Other Programs
Market                                                                                         Estimated EM&V Costs - IOU    Total EM&V                   (Not Added to      Program         Market        Pilot   Program
Sector                    Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                           Costs - IOU    Contractors    Costs (Actual)               Program Budget       Type          Sector      Program    Status
                         Residential Programs
                                      Local Programs
                                                   Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance      $          83,818.57   $          - $          83,818.57     $               - Local       Residential   Yes        New
                                                              Local02 - Local Island Program   $       107,174.86     $          - $      107,174.86        $               - Local       Residential   Yes        New
                                             Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)     $          40,170.31   $          - $          40,170.31     $               - Local       Residential   No         Revised
                                      SW Residential
                                                       SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting    $       528,260.65     $          - $      528,260.65        $               - Statewide Residential     No         Revised
                                                    SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting       $       173,439.74     $          - $      173,439.74        $               - Statewide Residential     No         Revised
                                                                     SW-ResC - Multi-Family    $       213,824.32     $          - $      213,824.32        $               - Statewide Residential     No         Revised
  Residential Programs




                                                        SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates      $       346,832.06     $          - $      346,832.06        $               - Statewide Residential     No         Revised
                                                        SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys      $          85,378.87   $          - $          85,378.87     $               - Statewide Residential     No         Revised
                                                             SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling     $       341,668.85     $          - $      341,668.85        $               - 3rd Party Residential     No         Revised

                                       SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug Load       $          98,552.29   $          - $          98,552.29     $               - Statewide   Residential   No         Revised
                                               SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit     $       541,670.12     $          - $      541,670.12        $               - Statewide   Residential   No         New
                                      3P Residential
                                          3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installation     $       232,221.47     $          - $      232,221.47        $               - 3rd Party   Residential   No         Revised
                                              3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)        $       198,084.64     $          - $      198,084.64        $               - 3rd Party   Residential   No         Revised
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education (E3)    $          68,794.85   $          - $          68,794.85     $               - 3rd Party   Residential   No         Revised
                                                                      3P-Res06 - CHEERS         $                 -   $          -   $                -     $               - 3rd Party   Residential   No         New




                                      SW Res New Construction
                                                                     SW-NCResA - RNC           $       183,251.70     $          - $      183,251.70        $               - Statewide   Residential   No         Revised
                                                  SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes        $          17,083.44   $          - $          17,083.44     $               - Statewide   Residential   No         New
                         Commercial Programs
                                    Local Programs
                                                      Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)    $      1,418,096.20    $          - $     1,418,096.20       $               - Local        Commercial No           Revised
                                                                             Local05 - OBF     $       109,375.65     $          - $      109,375.65        $               - Local        Commercial No           Revised
                                           Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat    $          87,349.99   $          - $          87,349.99 $               -    Local         Commercial No           New
                                      SW Commercial
                                                                     SW-ComA - Calculated      $       177,036.55     $          - $      177,036.55 $                  -    Statewide     Commercial   No         New
                                                                      SW-ComB - Deemed         $       688,376.03     $          - $      688,376.03 $                  -    Statewide     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                         SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits       $          65,089.70   $          - $          65,089.70 $               -    Statewide     Commercial   No         New
                                             SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement           $          81,624.65   $          - $          81,624.65 $               -    Statewide     Commercial   No         New

                                      3P Non-Residential
  Commercial Programs




                                        3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality Installa      $       213,964.56     $          - $      213,964.56 $                  -    3rd Party       HVAC       No         Revised
                                                 3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control       $          19,659.33   $          - $          19,659.33 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                           3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)        $          23,679.59   $          - $          23,679.59 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                       3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls for Res        $                 -   $          -   $                - $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa      $                 -   $          -   $                - $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                               3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping      $          12,635.38   $          - $          12,635.38 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         New
                                          3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency Program     $          67,350.73   $          - $          67,350.73 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                            3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program      $          67,350.79   $          - $          67,350.79 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                   3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)      $       125,000.80     $          - $      125,000.80 $                  -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                   3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)   $          28,084.19   $          - $          28,084.19 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                    3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)      $          85,138.31   $          - $          85,138.31 $               -    3rd Party     Commercial   No         Revised
                                                                  SW-ComE - Direct Install     $       750,046.46     $          - $      750,046.46 $                  -    Statewide     Commercial   No         New
                                      Commercial New Construction
                                                      SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design         $       425,007.68     $          - $      425,007.68        $               - Statewide    Commercial No           Revised




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                                        Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                                        budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                                        budget totals.                                                                         17                18                19                   20           21               22             23      24
                                                                                                                                                                               Estimated
                                                                                                                                                                               Integration Budget
                                                                                                                                                                               Coming From
                                                                                                                                        Estimated EM&V                         Other Programs
Market                                                                                                                   Estimated EM&V Costs - IOU    Total EM&V              (Not Added to      Program           Market        Pilot   Program
Sector                                   Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                                      Costs - IOU    Contractors    Costs (Actual)          Program Budget       Type            Sector      Program    Status
                                        Industrial Programs
                  Industrial Programs




                                                      SW Industrial
                                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                  $   487,685.46     $        -       $   487,685.46   $            -       Statewide   Industrial     No         New
                                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                   $   217,963.16     $        -       $   217,963.16   $            -       Statewide   Industrial     No         Revised
                                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                $    18,340.31     $        -       $    18,340.31   $            -       Statewide   Industrial     No         Revised
                                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                  $    24,346.15     $        -       $    24,346.15   $            -       Statewide   Industrial     No         New
                                                      3P Non-Residential
                                                          3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy Effic               $    66,035.60     $        -       $    66,035.60   $            -       3rd Party   Industrial     Yes        New
                                        Agricultural Programs
                                                      SW Agricultural
                                                                                  SW-AgA - Calculated                     $   159,612.82     $        -       $   159,612.82   $            -       Statewide   Agricultural   No         Revised
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                                    SW-AgB - Deemed                       $    44,416.70     $        -       $    44,416.70   $            -       Statewide   Agricultural   No         Revised
                                                                         SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                   $     5,923.74     $        -       $     5,923.74   $            -       Statewide   Agricultural   No         New
                                                                          SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                     $    10,019.94     $        -       $    10,019.94   $            -       Statewide   Agricultural   No         New
                                                               SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                     $     5,674.04     $        -       $     5,674.04   $            -       Statewide   Agricultural   No         New
                                        Local Government Partnership Programs
                                                    Local Government Partnerships
                                                                              LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership $       210,389.23   $            -   $     210,389.23 $                -   Local    Government Part No           Revised
                                                                               LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership $        217,409.22   $            -   $     217,409.22 $                -   Local    Government Part No           Revised
                                                                            LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership $         128,119.68   $            -   $     128,119.68 $                -   Local    Government Part No           Revised
                                                                    LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership $          23,750.90   $            -   $      23,750.90 $                -   Local    Government Part No           New
                                                                               LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership $         91,171.82   $            -   $      91,171.82 $                -   Local    Government Part No           New
                                                                                       LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership $            87,040.33   $            -   $      87,040.33 $                -   Local    Government Part No           New
                                                                                           LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership $         19,609.25   $            -   $      19,609.25 $                -   StatewideGovernment Part No           New
                                                                                      LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership $         32,790.33   $            -   $      32,790.33 $                -   Local    Government Part No           New
                                                     Local Institutional Partnerships
                                                                        L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership $       27,749.13   $            -   $      27,749.13 $                -   Local      Commercial No              Revised
                                                                         L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership $          46,906.78   $            -   $      46,906.78 $                -   StatewideGovernment Part No           Revised
                                                                                   L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership $          98,154.98   $            -   $      98,154.98 $                -   StatewideGovernment Part No           Revised
                                                                         L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership $      31,331.74   $            -   $      31,331.74 $                -   Statewide Commercial No               New
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Local      Commercial No              New
     LGP




                                                                         L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership $       30,448.06   $            -   $      30,448.06 $                -
                                                                    L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership $          44,693.86   $            -   $      44,693.86 $                -   Local       Residential No            Revised
                                        Codes and Standards
                                                    Codes & Standards Program #1
                                                                SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                     $    48,929.18     $        -       $    48,929.18   $            -       Statewide   Codes & Stand No          Revised
     Codes and Standards




                                                              SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                      $    12,500.06     $        -       $    12,500.06   $            -       Statewide   Codes & Stand No          Revised
                                                                       SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                      $    26,250.15     $        -       $    26,250.15   $            -       Statewide   Codes & Stand No          Revised
                                                                               SW-C&SD Reach Codes                        $     4,166.67     $        -       $     4,166.67   $            -       Statewide   Codes & Stand No          Revised




                                        Emerging Technologies Program
                                                   Total ET Program
merging Technology




                                                                                        SW-ETA - Assessments $                168,786.65     $        -       $   168,786.65   $            -       Statewide Emerging TechNo             Revised
ograms




                                                                                                                                                      Page 40 of 59
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                     Note: Data indicated as "estimated" represent forecasts of
                     budgets. Data indicated as "Actual" represents accurate
                     budget totals.                                                           17              18              19                   20           21          22            23      24
                                                                                                                                          Estimated
                                                                                                                                          Integration Budget
                                                                                                                                          Coming From
                                                                                                       Estimated EM&V                     Other Programs
Market                                                                                  Estimated EM&V Costs - IOU    Total EM&V          (Not Added to      Program      Market       Pilot   Program
Sector                Program # Main Program Name / Sub-Programs                        Costs - IOU    Contractors    Costs (Actual)      Program Budget       Type       Sector     Program    Status
  Em
  Pr




                     Workforce, Education & Training
     WE&T Programs




                                 SW Workforce Education & Training
                                     SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning & Implementation $         33,694.28   $        -    $     33,694.28   $            -   Statewide Workforce, EduNo          Revised
                                  SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food Service
                                                                               Cen $         482,448.87   $        -    $    482,448.87   $            -   Statewide Workforce, EduNo          Revised

                                    SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK Program $              67,527.62   $        -    $     67,527.62   $            -   Statewide Workforce, EduNo          Revised
                                                           TOTAL WE&T Budget
                     DSM Coordination & Integration
Integration




                                DSM Integration
Programs




                                                    SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM $             25,005.25   $        -    $     25,005.25   $            -   Statewide Non-Resource No           New
DSM




                                                   TOTAL DSM Integration Funding:
                     Non-Resource Marketing & Outreach
                                SW Marketing, Education, & Outreach
         ME&O




                                 SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (Core) $                -     $        -    $           -     $            -   Statewide Non-Resource No           Revised
  Programs




                                               SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP $            347,553.04   $        -    $    347,553.04   $            -   Statewide Non-Resource No           Revised
                                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan $            30,542.00   $        -    $     30,542.00   $            -   Statewide Non-Resource No           Revised


                     LIEE
   LIEE




                                 Low Income
                                                       y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE) $              -     $        -    $           -     $            -   Statewide LIEE            No        Revised
                     HVAC
                                 SW HVAC
                                    SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality Instal   $      3,478.41   $        -    $      3,478.41   $            -   Statewide   Residential   No        New
                                         SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation     $      2,570.64   $        -    $      2,570.64   $            -   Statewide   Commercial    No        New
                                       SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment         $      2,437.93   $        -    $      2,437.93   $            -   Statewide   Commercial    No        New
                                          SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program        $      4,072.97   $        -    $      4,072.97   $            -   Statewide   HVAC          No        New
                                      SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics       $     20,680.33   $        -    $     20,680.33   $            -   Statewide   HVAC          No        New
              HVAC




                                                        SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T            $      2,828.75   $        -    $      2,828.75   $            -   Statewide   HVAC          No        New
                                                          SW-HVACG - HVAC Core          $      1,918.87   $        -    $      1,918.87   $            -   Statewide   HVAC          No        New
                                                                            TOTAL:      $ 11,120,068.23   $        -    $ 11,120,068.23   $            -




                                                                                                                    Page 41 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings
                                                                                                    1                    2               3                  4                    5               6                  7
                                                                                                                       2010                                                    2011



 Market                                                                                      EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                               kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings
                          Residential Programs                                                                         0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                       Local Programs                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                       213,649     0.08%                        -              213,649     0.08%                        -              213,649
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program                    305,388     0.12%                        -              305,388     0.12%                        -              305,388
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)                              -   0.00%                        -                      -   0.00%                        -                      -
                                       SW Residential                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting                  90,438,367     35.32%                   -               90,438,367     34.26%                   -               90,438,367
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                      7,462,136     2.91%                    -                7,462,136     2.83%                    -                7,462,136
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family                   3,526,252     1.38%                    -                3,526,252     1.34%                    -                3,526,252
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                     1,882,040     0.73%                    -                1,882,040     0.71%                    -                1,882,040
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                           -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                   12,019,755     4.69%                    -               12,204,893     4.62%                    -               12,204,893
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load                 236,569      0.09%                    -                 236,569      0.09%                    -                 236,569
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit                    490,409      0.19%                    -                 490,409      0.19%                    -                 490,433
                                       3P Residential                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation               1,714,657     0.67%                    -                1,714,657     0.65%                    -                1,714,657


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                       1,140,801     0.45%                    -                1,140,801     0.43%                    -                1,112,845
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)                         -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS                              -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                        SW Res New Construction                                                        0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                          202,173      0.08%                    -                 202,173      0.08%                    -                 202,173
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                             -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                          Commercial Programs                                                                          0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                     Local Programs                                                                    0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)                 26,369,891     10.30%                   -               26,369,891     9.99%                    -               26,369,891
                                                                         Local05 - OBF                         -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat                        -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                     SW Commercial                                                                     0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated                    1,931,524     0.75%                    -                1,931,524     0.73%                    -                1,931,524
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                      25,844,756     10.09%                   -               25,844,756     9.79%                    -               25,844,756
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                           -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                               -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                     3P Non-Residential                                                                0.00%                                                   0.00%
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa                 9,160,352     3.58%                    -                9,160,352     3.47%                    -                9,160,352
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                             -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)                           -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res                        -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa                         -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping                          -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program                    2,243,096     0.88%                    -                2,243,096     0.85%                    -                2,243,096


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program                   1,076,966     0.42%                    -                1,076,966     0.41%                    -                1,060,554
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                     899,471      0.35%                    -                 899,471      0.34%                    -                 899,471
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)                        -       0.00%                    -                      -       0.00%                    -                      -
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                     1,880,952     0.73%                    -                1,880,952     0.71%                    -                1,880,952
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install                   7,432,128     2.90%                    -                7,432,128     2.82%                    -                7,432,128
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction                                                    0.00%                                                   0.00%




                                                                                                                                Page 42 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings
                                                                                                          1                  2                 3                  4                  5                 6                  7
                                                                                                                           2010                                                    2011



 Market                                                                                            EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                 kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings
                                                       SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                        6,059,794   2.37%                      -                6,059,794   2.30%                      -                6,059,794
                              Industrial Programs                                                                          0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                            SW Industrial                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
        Industrial Programs




                                                                         SW-IndA - Calculated                  3,116,036   1.22%                      -                3,116,036   1.18%                      -                3,116,036
                                                                            SW-IndB - Deemed                   7,021,427   2.74%                      -                7,021,427   2.66%                      -                7,021,427
                                                              SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                        -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                   SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                           -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                            3P Non-Residential                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                               3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                           Effic                 80,605    0.03%                      -                  80,605    0.03%                      -                  80,559
                              Agricultural Programs                                                                        0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                          SW-AgA - Calculated                   549,522    0.21%                      -                 549,522    0.21%                      -                 549,522
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                            SW-AgB - Deemed                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                              SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                         -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                               SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                           -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                   SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                            -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              Local Government Partnership Programs                                                        0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                        -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government




                                                                                                                     -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                         -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                            -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                         -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                         -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              Local Institutional Partnerships                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership                        -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership                      -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership                        -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership                          -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              Codes and Standards                                                                          0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                            SW Codes & Standards                                                           0.00%                                                   0.00%
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                     35,288,020   13.78%                     -               42,989,940   16.29%                     -               53,432,120
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                            -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                           -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes                            -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              Emerging Technologies Program                                                                0.00%                                                   0.00%
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments                                  -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              Workforce, Education & Training                                                              0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &                              -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food                                   -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program                                  -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -
                              DSM Coordination & Integration                                                               0.00%                                                   0.00%
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                            -     0.00%                      -                      -     0.00%                      -                      -




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NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings
                                                                                                  1                  2                 3                  4                  5                 6                  7
                                                                                                                   2010                                                    2011



 Market                                                                                    EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh EE Program Gross
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                    kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kWh Savings
                   Non-Resource Education & Training                                                               0.00%                                                   0.00%
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C                             -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -



                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                                          -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -



                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                                            -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                   HVAC                                                                                            0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                  SW HVAC                                                                          0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal                            -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                             -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                                -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                                -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -


                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                               -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                                     -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                                   -      0.00%                         -                  -      0.00%                         -                  -
                   LIEE                                                                                            0.00%                                                   0.00%
            LIEE




                                  Low Income                                                                       0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)                   7,502,868    2.93%                         -            7,502,868    2.84%                         -            7,502,868
                                                                           TOTAL:                256,089,603       100%                      -          263,976,661        100%                      -          274,374,451

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




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                                                                                                     8                   9
                                                                                                   2012                                                    2010 - 2012                                                      2010


                                                                                                                                       Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                      % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh Program Gross kWh % of Total Portfolio    Program kWh          EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                               Savings Goal            Savings            Savings       Savings Goals            Savings              kW Savings     Savings Estimate
                          Residential Programs                                                     0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                       Local Programs                                              0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance               0.08%                            -           640,947       0.08%                            -                  156       0.30%
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program            0.11%                            -           916,165       0.12%                            -                  175       0.34%
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)              0.00%                            -                 -       0.00%                            -                      -     0.00%
                                       SW Residential                                              0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting             32.96%                       -            271,315,100      34.15%                       -                   12,136       23.63%
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                2.72%                        -             22,386,409      2.82%                        -                    1,001       1.95%
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family             1.29%                        -             10,578,756      1.33%                        -                     553        1.08%
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates               0.69%                        -              5,646,119      0.71%                        -                     907        1.77%
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling              4.45%                        -             36,429,540      4.59%                        -                    2,249       4.38%
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load          0.09%                        -               709,706       0.09%                        -                      35        0.07%
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit             0.18%                        -              1,471,252      0.19%                        -                     701        1.36%
                                       3P Residential                                              0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation         0.62%                        -              5,143,970      0.65%                        -                    2,462       4.79%


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                 0.41%                        -              3,394,447      0.43%                        -                    1,517       2.95%
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS                  0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                        SW Res New Construction                                    0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                   0.07%                        -               606,519       0.08%                        -                     243        0.47%
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                 0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                          Commercial Programs                                                      0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                     Local Programs                                                0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)            9.61%                        -             79,109,674      9.96%                        -                    4,772       9.29%
                                                                         Local05 - OBF             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                     SW Commercial                                                 0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated              0.70%                        -              5,794,573      0.73%                        -                     722        1.41%
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                 9.42%                        -             77,534,267      9.76%                        -                    5,534       10.77%
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                   0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                     3P Non-Residential                                            0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa           3.34%                        -             27,481,055      3.46%                        -                    3,673       7.15%
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                 0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping              0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program              0.82%                        -              6,729,288      0.85%                        -                     489        0.95%


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program             0.39%                        -              3,214,487      0.40%                        -                     139        0.27%
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)              0.33%                        -              2,698,412      0.34%                        -                     703        1.37%
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)               0.69%                        -              5,642,856      0.71%                        -                      -         0.00%
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install             2.71%                        -             22,296,383      2.81%                        -                    2,095       4.08%
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction                                0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                         0.00%




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NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings
                                                                                                          8                   9
                                                                                                        2012                                                    2010 - 2012                                                   2010


                                                                                                                                            Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                           % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh Program Gross kWh % of Total Portfolio    Program kWh       EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                Savings Goal            Savings            Savings       Savings Goals            Savings           kW Savings     Savings Estimate
                                                     SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                   2.21%                        -             18,179,382      2.29%                        -                 2,187       4.26%
                              Industrial Programs                                                       0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                            SW Industrial                                               0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
        Industrial Programs




                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                1.14%                        -              9,348,107      1.18%                        -                  774        1.51%
                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                 2.56%                        -             21,064,281      2.65%                        -                  988        1.92%
                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits              0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                            3P Non-Residential                                          0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                              3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                      Effic             0.03%                        -               241,769       0.03%                        -                       7     0.01%
                              Agricultural Programs                                                     0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                                     SW-AgA - Calculated                0.20%                        -              1,648,566      0.21%                        -                   46        0.09%
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                       SW-AgB - Deemed                  0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                           SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                            SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                 0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                 SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                 0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              Local Government Partnership Programs                                     0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership           0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government




                                                                                                        0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership            0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              Local Institutional Partnerships                                          0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership           0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership         0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership           0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership             0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              Codes and Standards                                                       0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                            SW Codes & Standards                                        0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy               19.47%                       -            131,710,080      16.58%                       -                 6,278       12.22%
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training              0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              Emerging Technologies Program                                             0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments                     0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              Workforce, Education & Training                                           0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &                 0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food                      0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program                     0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%
                              DSM Coordination & Integration                                            0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM               0.00%                        -                     -       0.00%                        -                   -         0.00%




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                                                                                                   8                   9
                                                                                                 2012                                                    2010 - 2012                                                     2010


                                                                                                                                     Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                    % of Total Portfolio Other Program kWh Program Gross kWh % of Total Portfolio    Program kWh         EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                    Savings Goal            Savings            Savings       Savings Goals            Savings             kW Savings     Savings Estimate
                   Non-Resource Education & Training                                             0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                        0.00%
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C                  0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%



                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                               0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%



                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                                 0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                   HVAC                                                                          0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                  SW HVAC                                                        0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal                 0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                  0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                     0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                     0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%


                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                    0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                          0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                        0.00%                           -                  -       0.00%                           -                  -         0.00%
                   LIEE                                                                          0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                        0.00%
            LIEE




                                  Low Income                                                     0.00%                                              -       0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)              2.73%                           -          22,508,604      2.83%                           -                 819        1.59%
                                                                           TOTAL:                100%                        -           794,440,714        100%                        -                  51,362        100%

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




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NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                                            2011                                                    2012



 Market                                                                                      Other Program kW      EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program MW EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program kW
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                  Savings             kW Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kW Savings      Savings Goal              Savings
                          Residential Programs                                                                                              0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                       Local Programs                                                                                       0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                           -                  156       0.30%                          -              156       0.29%                           -
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program                        -                  175       0.33%                          -              175       0.33%                           -
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)                          -                      -     0.00%                          -                  -     0.00%                           -
                                       SW Residential                                                                                       0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting                     -                   12,136      23.14%                      -               12,136      22.70%                       -
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                        -                    1,001       1.91%                      -                1,001       1.87%                       -
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family                     -                     553        1.05%                      -                 553        1.03%                       -
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                       -                     907        1.73%                      -                 907        1.70%                       -
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                       -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                      -                    2,284       4.35%                      -                2,284       4.27%                       -
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load                  -                      35        0.07%                      -                  35        0.07%                       -
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit                     -                     701        1.34%                      -                 701        1.31%                       -
                                       3P Residential                                                                                       0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation                 -                    2,462       4.69%                      -                2,462       4.61%                       -


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                         -                    1,517       2.89%                      -                1,480       2.77%                       -
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)                     -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS                          -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                        SW Res New Construction                                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                           -                     243        0.46%                      -                 243        0.45%                       -
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                         -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                          Commercial Programs                                                                                               0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                     Local Programs                                                                                         0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)                    -                    4,772       9.10%                      -                4,772       8.93%                       -
                                                                         Local05 - OBF                     -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat                    -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                     SW Commercial                                                                                          0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated                      -                     722        1.38%                      -                 722        1.35%                       -
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                         -                    5,534      10.55%                      -                5,534      10.35%                       -
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                       -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                           -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                     3P Non-Residential                                                                                     0.00%                                                   0.00%
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa                   -                    3,673       7.00%                      -                3,673       6.87%                       -
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                         -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)                       -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res                    -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa                     -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping                      -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program                      -                     489        0.93%                      -                 489        0.91%                       -


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program                     -                     139        0.26%                      -                 137        0.26%                       -
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                      -                     703        1.34%                      -                 703        1.31%                       -
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)                    -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                       -                      -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install                     -                    2,095       3.99%                      -                2,095       3.92%                       -
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction                                                                         0.00%                                                   0.00%




                                                                                                                                  Page 48 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                                              2011                                                    2012



 Market                                                                                           Other Program kW   EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program MW EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program kW
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                   Savings          kW Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kW Savings      Savings Goal              Savings
                                                     SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                           -                 2,187       4.17%                      -                2,187       4.09%                       -
                              Industrial Programs                                                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                            SW Industrial                                                                                     0.00%                                                   0.00%
        Industrial Programs




                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                        -                  774        1.48%                      -                 774        1.45%                       -
                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                         -                  988        1.88%                      -                 988        1.85%                       -
                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                      -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                        -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                            3P Non-Residential                                                                                0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                              3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                      Effic                     -                       7     0.01%                      -                      7     0.01%                       -
                              Agricultural Programs                                                                                           0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                                     SW-AgA - Calculated                        -                   46        0.09%                      -                  46        0.09%                       -
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                       SW-AgB - Deemed                          -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                           SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                       -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                            SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                         -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                 SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                         -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              Local Government Partnership Programs                                                                           0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                   -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government




                                                                                                                -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                     -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership                     -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                    -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                       -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                    -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                    -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              Local Institutional Partnerships                                                                                0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership                   -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership                     -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                     -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership                 -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership                   -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership                     -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              Codes and Standards                                                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                            SW Codes & Standards                                                                              0.00%                                                   0.00%
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                       -                 7,334      13.98%                      -                8,377      15.67%                       -
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                       -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                      -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes                       -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              Emerging Technologies Program                                                                                   0.00%                                                   0.00%
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments                             -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              Workforce, Education & Training                                                                                 0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &                         -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food                              -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program                             -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -
                              DSM Coordination & Integration                                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                       -                   -         0.00%                      -                  -         0.00%                       -




                                                                                                                                    Page 49 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                                         2011                                                    2012



 Market                                                                                    Other Program kW     EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio Other Program MW EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program kW
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                       Savings            kW Savings      Savings Goal            Savings        kW Savings      Savings Goal              Savings
                   Non-Resource Education & Training                                                                                     0.00%                                                   0.00%
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C                             -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -



                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                                          -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -



                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                                            -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                   HVAC                                                                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                  SW HVAC                                                                                                0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal                            -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                             -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                                -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                                -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -


                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                               -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                                     -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                                   -                 -          0.00%                         -               -         0.00%                          -
                   LIEE                                                                                                                  0.00%                                                   0.00%
            LIEE




                                  Low Income                                                                                             0.00%                                                   0.00%
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)                         -                 819        1.56%                         -              819        1.53%                          -
                                                                           TOTAL:                       -                 52,453        100%                       -               53,457        100%                       -

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




                                                                                                                              Page 50 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                   2010 - 2012                                                       2010


                                                                                               Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                      Program Gross kW % of Total Portfolio     Program kW          EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program           EE Program Gross
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                  Savings       Savings Goals            Savings            Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings            Therm Savings
                          Residential Programs                                                                -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                       Local Programs                                                         -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                        468       0.30%                            -                24,177       0.61%                         -                   24,177
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program                     526       0.33%                            -                     -       0.00%                         -                        -
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)                         -       0.00%                            -                     -       0.00%                         -                        -
                                       SW Residential                                                         -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting                    36,408      23.15%                       -                 (1,769,290)     -44.34%                           -            (1,769,290)
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                        3,004      1.91%                        -                  (145,985)      -3.66%                            -             (145,985)
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family                     1,660      1.06%                        -                   229,458       5.75%                             -              229,458
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                       2,721      1.73%                        -                   832,318       20.86%                            -              832,318
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                          -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                      6,816      4.33%                        -                  (176,317)      -4.42%                            -             (179,065)
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load                   105       0.07%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit                     2,102      1.34%                        -                    59,967       1.50%                             -               59,967
                                       3P Residential                                                         -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation                 7,387      4.70%                        -                     (3,207)     -0.08%                            -                (3,207)


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                         4,515      2.87%                        -                    13,822       0.35%                             -               13,822
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)                        -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS                             -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                        SW Res New Construction                                               -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                            728       0.46%                        -                    40,546       1.02%                             -               40,546
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                            -       0.00%                        -                         -       0.00%                             -                    -
                          Commercial Programs                                                                 -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                     Local Programs                                                           -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)                   14,315      9.10%                        -                 2,093,266       52.46%                            -             2,093,266
                                                                         Local05 - OBF                        -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat                       -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                     SW Commercial                                                            -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated                      2,166      1.38%                        -                   (11,327)      -0.28%                            -              (11,327)
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                        16,602      10.56%                       -                   348,910       8.74%                             -              348,910
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                          -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                              -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                     3P Non-Residential                                                       -       0.00%                                                          0.00%
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa                  11,020      7.01%                        -                     (1,925)     -0.05%                            -                (1,925)
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                            -       0.00%                        -                   163,930       4.11%                             -              163,930


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)                          -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res                       -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa                        -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping                         -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program                      1,466      0.93%                        -                   (15,185)      -0.38%                            -              (15,185)


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program                      415       0.26%                        -                     (2,708)     -0.07%                            -                (2,708)
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                      2,108      1.34%                        -                        (22)     0.00%                             -                   (22)
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)                       -       0.00%                        -                             -   0.00%                             -                        -
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                          -       0.00%                        -                    56,429       1.41%                             -               56,429
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install                     6,285      4.00%                        -                     (6,622)     -0.17%                            -                (6,622)
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction                                           -       0.00%                                                          0.00%




                                                                                                                                 Page 51 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                        2010 - 2012                                                   2010


                                                                                                    Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                           Program Gross kW % of Total Portfolio     Program kW       EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       EE Program Gross
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                   Savings       Savings Goals            Savings         Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings        Therm Savings
                                                     SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                           6,562      4.17%                        -                434,063      10.88%                         -              434,063
                              Industrial Programs                                                                  -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                            SW Industrial                                                          -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
        Industrial Programs




                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                        2,323      1.48%                        -              1,021,838      25.61%                         -             1,021,838
                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                         2,965      1.89%                        -                152,669      3.83%                          -              152,669
                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits                         -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                           -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                            3P Non-Residential                                                     -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                              3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                      Effic                       20       0.01%                        -                100,000      2.51%                          -              100,000
                              Agricultural Programs                                                                -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                                     SW-AgA - Calculated                         137       0.09%                        -                253,845      6.36%                          -              253,845
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                       SW-AgB - Deemed                             -       0.00%                        -                331,261      8.30%                          -              331,261
                                                           SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                          -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                            SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                            -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                 SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                            -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              Local Government Partnership Programs                                                -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership                      -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government




                                                                                                                   -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership                        -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership                        -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership                       -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                          -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership                       -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership                       -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              Local Institutional Partnerships                                                     -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership                      -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership                        -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership                        -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership                    -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership                      -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership                        -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              Codes and Standards                                                                  -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                            SW Codes & Standards                                                   -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                      21,990      13.98%                       -               (344,139)     -8.62%                         -             (390,690)
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                          -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training                         -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes                          -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              Emerging Technologies Program                                                        -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments                                -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              Workforce, Education & Training                                                      -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &                            -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food                                 -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program                                -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -
                              DSM Coordination & Integration                                                       -       0.00%                                                      0.00%
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                          -       0.00%                        -                      -      0.00%                          -                    -




                                                                                                                                      Page 52 of 59
IOU 2010 - 2012 Program Savings Estimates
NOTE: Use updated DEER 2008 data to estimate savings

                                                                                                                 2010 - 2012                                                     2010


                                                                                             Three Year EE                         Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                    Program Gross kW % of Total Portfolio     Program kW         EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       EE Program Gross
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                       Savings       Savings Goals            Savings           Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings        Therm Savings
                   Non-Resource Education & Training                                                       -        0.00%                                                        0.00%
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C                            -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -



                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                                         -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -



                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                                           -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                   HVAC                                                                                    -        0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                  SW HVAC                                                                  -        0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal                           -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                            -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                               -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                               -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -


                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                              -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                                    -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                                  -        0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -
                   LIEE                                                                                    -        0.00%                                                        0.00%
            LIEE




                                  Low Income                                                               -        0.00%                                                        0.00%
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)                     2,457       1.56%                           -               310,592      7.78%                          -              310,592
                                                                           TOTAL:                    157,271        100%                        -               3,990,365        100%                      -               3,941,066

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




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                                                                                                    2011                                                              2012                                                           2010 - 2012


                                                                                                                                                                                                            Three Year EE                               Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                      % of Total Portfolio   Other Program           EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program           Program Gross        % of Total Portfolio    Program Therm
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                               Savings Goal         Therm Savings            Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings           Therm Savings          Savings Goals            Savings
                          Residential Programs                                                      0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                       Local Programs                                               0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                0.61%                           -                    24,177       0.65%                         -                 72,532            0.62%                          -
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program             0.00%                           -                         -       0.00%                         -                       -           0.00%                          -
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)               0.00%                           -                         -       0.00%                         -                       -           0.00%                          -
                                       SW Residential                                               0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting             -44.89%                              -             (1,769,290)     -47.47%                           -          (5,307,870)         -45.53%                             -
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                 -3.70%                              -              (145,985)      -3.92%                            -            (437,956)          -3.76%                             -
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family              5.82%                               -               229,458       6.16%                             -            688,375            5.90%                              -
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                21.12%                              -               832,318       22.33%                            -           2,496,953           21.42%                             -
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys                0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling               -4.54%                              -              (179,065)      -4.80%                            -            (534,447)          -4.58%                             -
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load           0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit              1.52%                               -                59,978       1.61%                             -            179,912            1.54%                              -
                                       3P Residential                                               0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation          -0.08%                              -                 (3,207)     -0.09%                            -              (9,622)          -0.08%                             -


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                  0.35%                               -                13,739       0.37%                             -             41,384            0.35%                              -
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)              0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS                   0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                        SW Res New Construction                                     0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                    1.03%                               -                40,546       1.09%                             -            121,638            1.04%                              -
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes                  0.00%                               -                     -       0.00%                             -                  -            0.00%                              -
                          Commercial Programs                                                       0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                     Local Programs                                                 0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)             53.11%                              -             2,096,223       56.24%                            -           6,282,756           53.89%                             -
                                                                         Local05 - OBF              0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat             0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                     SW Commercial                                                  0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated               -0.29%                              -                (11,327)     -0.30%                            -             (33,980)          -0.29%                             -
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                  8.85%                               -               348,910       9.36%                             -           1,046,730           8.98%                              -
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits                0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement                    0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                     3P Non-Residential                                             0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa            -0.05%                              -                 (1,925)     -0.05%                            -              (5,776)          -0.05%                             -
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                  4.16%                               -               163,930       4.40%                             -            491,790            4.22%                              -


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)                0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res             0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa              0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping               0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program               -0.39%                              -                (15,185)     -0.41%                            -             (45,555)          -0.39%                             -


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program              -0.07%                              -                 (2,708)     -0.07%                            -              (8,123)          -0.07%                             -
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)               0.00%                               -                    (22)     0.00%                             -                 (65)          0.00%                              -
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)             0.00%                               -                         -   0.00%                             -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                1.43%                               -                56,429       1.51%                             -            169,286            1.45%                              -
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install              -0.17%                              -                 (6,622)     -0.18%                            -             (19,866)          -0.17%                             -
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction                                 0.00%                                                             0.00%                                                 -           0.00%




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                                                                                                         2011                                                         2012                                                        2010 - 2012


                                                                                                                                                                                                         Three Year EE                               Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                           % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       Program Gross        % of Total Portfolio    Program Therm
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                Savings Goal         Therm Savings        Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings       Therm Savings          Savings Goals            Savings
                                                     SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                    11.01%                          -               434,063      11.64%                         -           1,302,189           11.17%                             -
                              Industrial Programs                                                        0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                            SW Industrial                                                0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
        Industrial Programs




                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                 25.93%                          -             1,021,838      27.41%                         -           3,065,514           26.29%                             -
                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                  3.87%                           -               152,669      4.10%                          -            458,008            3.93%                              -
                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits               0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement                 0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                            3P Non-Residential                                           0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                              3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                      Effic              2.54%                           -               100,000      2.68%                          -            300,000            2.57%                              -
                              Agricultural Programs                                                      0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                                                     SW-AgA - Calculated                 6.44%                           -               253,845      6.81%                          -            761,535            6.53%                              -
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                       SW-AgB - Deemed                   8.41%                           -               331,261      8.89%                          -            993,784            8.52%                              -
                                                           SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits                0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                            SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair                  0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                 SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement                  0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              Local Government Partnership Programs                                      0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership            0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government




                                                                                                         0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership              0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership              0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership             0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership                0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership             0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership             0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              Local Institutional Partnerships                                           0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership            0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership              0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership              0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership          0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership            0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership              0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              Codes and Standards                                                        0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                            SW Codes & Standards                                         0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                -9.91%                          -              (607,153)     -16.29%                        -          (1,341,982)         -11.51%                             -
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy                0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training               0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes                0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              Emerging Technologies Program                                              0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments                      0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              Workforce, Education & Training                                            0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &                  0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food                       0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program                      0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -
                              DSM Coordination & Integration                                             0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -           0.00%
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM                0.00%                           -                     -      0.00%                          -                   -           0.00%                              -




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                                                                                                  2011                                                         2012                                                       2010 - 2012


                                                                                                                                                                                                  Three Year EE                              Three Year Other
 Market                                                                                    % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       EE Program Gross % of Total Portfolio   Other Program       Program Gross       % of Total Portfolio    Program Therm
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                    Savings Goal         Therm Savings        Therm Savings     Savings Goal         Therm Savings       Therm Savings         Savings Goals            Savings
                   Non-Resource Education & Training                                              0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -          0.00%
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C                   0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -



                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP                                0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -



                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan                                  0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                   HVAC                                                                           0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -          0.00%
                                  SW HVAC                                                         0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -          0.00%
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal                  0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation                   0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment                      0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program                      0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -


                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics                     0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T                           0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core                         0.00%                           -                    -       0.00%                          -                   -          0.00%                              -
                   LIEE                                                                           0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -          0.00%
            LIEE




                                  Low Income                                                      0.00%                                                        0.00%                                              -          0.00%
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)               7.88%                           -               310,592      8.33%                          -            931,776           7.99%                              -
                                                                           TOTAL:                 100%                       -                3,727,488        100%                      -             11,658,919            100%                         -

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




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                                                                                                37          38          39               40
                                                                                                            3 Year Savings Ratios

                                                                                                        Gross                          Gross
                                                                                             Net TRC     TRC     Net Program          Program
 Market                                                                                      Ratio Per Ratio Per Administrator      Administrator
 Sector                    Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                             Program Program      Cost Ratio         Cost Ratio
                          Residential Programs
                                       Local Programs
                                              Local01 - Local Whole House Perfomance                 0.50        0.71        0.53              0.77
                                                         Local02 - Local Island Program              0.34        0.41        0.56              0.75
                                        Local04 - Local Sustainable Communities (RMV)
                                       SW Residential
                                                  SW-ResA - Residential Basic Lighting               4.56        6.47        6.19             10.32
                                               SW-ResB - Advanced Consumer Lighting                  1.02        1.38        1.53              2.56
   Residential Programs




                                                                SW-ResC - Multi-Family               1.85        2.25        1.85              2.25
                                                   SW-ResD - Home Efficiency Rebates                 1.54        1.91        2.49              3.40
                                                   SW-ResE - Home Efficiency Surveys
                                                        SW-ResF - Appliance Recycling                1.73        2.04        1.73              2.04
                                        SW-ResG - Business/Consumer Electronics/Plug
                                                                                     Load            0.32        0.37        0.32              0.37
                                           SW-ResH - Prescriptive Whole House Retrofit               0.32        0.41        0.32              0.41
                                       3P Residential
                                                 3P-Res01 - Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                              Installation           1.14        1.57        1.14              1.57


                                         3P-Res02 - Comprehensive Mobile Home (SW)                   0.69        0.89        0.69              0.89
                                           3P-Res04 - K-12 Energy Efficiency Education
                                                                                  (E3)
                                                                3P-Res06 - CHEERS
                                        SW Res New Construction
                                                                 SW-NCResA - RNC                     0.33        0.68        0.33              0.68
                                             SW-NCResB - E-Star Manufactured Homes
                          Commercial Programs
                                     Local Programs
                                                  Local03 - Local Non-Residential (BID)              1.97        2.69        2.88              4.60
                                                                         Local05 - OBF
                                       Local06 - Local Strategic Development & Integrat
                                     SW Commercial
                                                                 SW-ComA - Calculated                0.86        1.13        1.28              2.00
                                                                  SW-ComB - Deemed                   2.87        3.49        4.00              5.28
                                                     SW-ComC - Nonresidential Audits
                                         SW-ComD - Continuous Energy Improvement
                                     3P Non-Residential
   Commercial Programs




                                         3P-NRes01 - Non-Res HVAC Tune-up/Quality
                                                                                Installa             6.34        9.05        6.34              9.05
                                           3P-NRes02 - SaveGas – Hot Water Control                   4.43        6.33        4.43              6.33


                                        3P-NRes03 - Business Energy Assessment (BEA)
                                          3P-NRes04 - M2M Hot Water & HVAC Controls
                                                                                for Res
                                            3P-NRes05 - Smart Controls for Pools & Spa
                                           3P-NRes06 - Energy Efficient Water Pumping
                                              3P-NRes07 - Healthcare Energy Efficiency
                                                                              Program                1.98        2.33        1.98              2.33


                                         3P-NRes08 - Lodging Energy Efficiency Program               1.32        1.56        1.32              1.56
                                               3P-NRes09 - Mobile Energy Clinic (MEC)                0.84        1.02        0.84              1.02
                                              3P-NRes11 - Portfolio of the Future (PoF)
                                               3P-NRes13 - Retro commissioning (RCx)                 3.89        4.32        3.89              4.32
                                                              SW-ComE - Direct Install               1.21        1.55        1.21              1.55
                                        SW Non-Res New Construction




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                                                                                                     37          38          39                40
                                                                                                                 3 Year Savings Ratios

                                                                                                             Gross                           Gross
                                                                                                  Net TRC     TRC     Net Program           Program
 Market                                                                                           Ratio Per Ratio Per Administrator       Administrator
 Sector                        Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                              Program Program      Cost Ratio          Cost Ratio
                                                     SW-NCNR - NRNC Savings By Design                     2.26        2.65         3.16              3.94
                              Industrial Programs
                                            SW Industrial
        Industrial Programs




                                                                    SW-IndA - Calculated                  1.50        1.96         2.27              3.54
                                                                       SW-IndB - Deemed                   2.44        3.54         3.20              4.94
                                                           SW-IndC - Nonresidential Audits
                                                 SW-IndD - Continuous Energy Improvement
                                            3P Non-Residential
                                              3P-NRes12 - Comprehensive Industrial Energy
                                                                                      Effic               0.74        0.99         1.04              1.63
                              Agricultural Programs
                                                                     SW-AgA - Calculated                  0.91        1.19         1.44              2.24
     Agricultural
     Programs




                                                                       SW-AgB - Deemed                    2.04        2.58         2.92              4.17
                                                           SW-AgC - Nonresidential Audits
                                                            SW-AgD - Pump Test & Repair
                                                 SW-AgE - Continuous Energy Improvement
                              Local Government Partnership Programs
                                                    LGovP01 - City of Chula Vista Partnership
                                                     LGovP02 - City of San Diego Partnership
   Government
   Partnership




                                                  LGovP03 - County of San Diego Partnership
                                          LGovP04 - City of San Juan Capistrano Partnership
   Local




                                                     LGovP05 - Port of San Diego Partnership
                                                             LGovP06 - SANDAG Partnership
                                                                 LGovP07 - ICLEI Partnership
                                                            LGovP08 - New Cities Partnership
                              Local Institutional Partnerships
                                             L-InstP01 - CA Depart of Corrections Partnership
                                               L-InstP02 - CA Community College Partnership
                                                         L-InstP03 - UC/CSU/IOU Partnership
                                               L-InstP04 - State of California /IOU Partnership
                                              L-InstP05 - University of San Diego Partnership
                                          L-InstP06 - San Diego Cnty Water Auth Partnership
                              Codes and Standards
                                            SW Codes & Standards
   Codes and
   Standards




                                                    SW-C&SA - Building Standards Advocacy                 1.89        1.81        18.58             39.66
                                                   SW-C&SB - Appliance Standards Advocacy
                                                             SW-C&SC - Compliance Training
                                                                      SW-C&SD Reach Codes
                              Emerging Technologies Program
 Technology
 Programs
 Emerging




                                                               SW-ETA - Assessments
                              Workforce, Education & Training
                                                        SW-WE&TA - Strategic Planning &
                                             SW-WE&TB - WE&T Centers – SDERC, Food
   Programs
      WE&T




                                                SW-WE&TC - WE&T Connections – PEAK
                                                                            Program
                              DSM Coordination & Integration
 Integration
 Programs
 DSM




                                                              SW-IDSM - SW Integrated DSM



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                                                                                              37        38          39               40
                                                                                                        3 Year Savings Ratios

                                                                                                      Gross                        Gross
                                                                                           Net TRC     TRC     Net Program        Program
 Market                                                                                    Ratio Per Ratio Per Administrator    Administrator
 Sector             Program # Program Name / Sub-Programs                                  Program Program      Cost Ratio       Cost Ratio
                   Non-Resource Education & Training
   ME&O Programs




                                  SW-ME&OA - Marketing, Education & Outreach (C


                                  SW-ME&OB - SW Marketing, E&O FYP


                                  SW-ME&OC - ME&O Strategic Plan
                   HVAC
                                  SW HVAC
                                     SW-HVACA - Residential Energy Star Quality
                                                                          Instal
                                     SW-HVACB - Commercial Quality Installation
            HVAC




                                    SW-HVACC - Commercial Upstream Equipment
                                      SW-HVACD - Quality Maintenance Program

                                  SW-HVACE - Technology & Systems Diagnostics
                                                   SW-HVACF - HVAC WE&T
                                                     SW-HVACG - HVAC Core
                   LIEE
            LIEE




                                  Low Income
                                                      y LIEE - Low Income EE (LIEE)
                                                                           TOTAL:

                   Notes:


                   1) The TRC and PAC ratios were computed with the 2010-2012
                   E3 Planning Tool, using the respective third party's E3 calculator
                   inputs updated with DEER 2009-2011 Planning NTG and EUL
                   values.

                   2) Since there are $39,725,376 in Unallocated Third Party
                   expenses in the budget for 2010-2012 which have no attributed
                   savings or benefits, the TRC and PAC ratios were computed
                   omitting the Unallocated Third Party expense.


                   3) The TRC and PAC ratios calculated here are based on
                   representative measures in SDG&E's portfolio assigned to the
                   third party program area. These ratios are not comparable to
                   the ratios listed in Table 7.2. That table lists the individual third
                   party program cost-effectiveness results. Since final contracts
                   have not been determined for third party programs, these values
                   are considered only placeholders and can be updated once the
                   final projects are determined




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           Attachment D:


 San Diego Gas & Electric Company


2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Portfolio
  Administrative Costs Definitions
STATE OF CALIFORNIA                                  ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Governor

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
505 VAN NESS AVENUE
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102-3298

                                                                                       .

     October 22, 2009

     Shilpa Ramaiya, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
     Don Arambula, Southern California Edison
     Athena Besa, Sempra Utilities

     Re: 2010-2012 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Administrative Costs

     Monday afternoon October 19, we had a discussion regarding how
     administrative costs should be categorized in light of the energy efficiency
     portfolio decision (D. 09-09-047) and the overall budgets. Energy Division has
     consulted with the CPUC divisions and attaches some guidance to the questions
     posed. We also have added to your list of categories provided to us for the
     discussion.

     We hope that we have addressed your concerns in a timely manner. Please feel
     free to contact either Cathy Fogel at (415) 703-1809 or me should any questions
     arise.


     Yours truly,

     Anne Premo
     California Public Utilities Commission
     Energy Efficiency Planning Section
     770 L Street, Suite 1050
     Sacramento, CA 95818
     (916) 324-8683


     cc: Sandy Lawrie, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
         Jeanne Clinton, CPUC
   2010‐2012 Administrative Cost Cap and Targets‐ Questions, Issues and Recommendations 
 
1)       TRAVEL COSTS: IOUs want travel costs for direct implementation non‐incentive (DI‐NI) 
and for marketing to be billed to those respective categories, rather than to administrative 
costs. The allowable costs attachment (ACA) (2006, cited in December 12, 2009 Ruling in D. 08‐
07‐021) is silent on this. The ACA does, however, include EM&V travel in the EM&V category. 
IOUs would like to charge travel/time for staff participation in Strategic Plan workshops in that 
category. 
 
Recommendation:  a) Travel costs for IOU staff to travel to workshops regarding the Strategic 
Plan can be billed to EM&V travel; b) Travel costs for DI‐NI activities and marketing can be 
charged to those respective cost categories; c) travel costs to EE conferences may be charged to 
administrative costs. .  
 
Justification: It is standard practice within the CPUC accounting division to allow travel costs – 
such as meeting with customers, etc ‐‐ to be charged to the applicable program area (ie, to DI‐NI 
or to Marketing and Outreach (M&). Travel costs by IOU staff should be limited, but this will be 
achieved via the cost targets for M&O and DI‐NI.  
 
2)       CONFERENCE TRAVEL AND FEES/UTILTY SPONSORSHOP OF CONFERENCES: The IOUs 
suggest that all travel and fees related to EE conferences are appropriate administrative costs. 
However, ED has conferred with CPUC accounting and we jointly recommend that IOU 
sponsorship of conferences, i.e. “platinum” “gold” level sponsorships of conferences, are 
explicitly prohibited as allowable IOU EE conference costs. Sempra reports that its sponsorship 
of such conferences are currently  billed as corporate costs; SCE argues that IOU membership 
fees in smaller trade oriented associations sometimes includes free entry into related 
conferences. 
 
Recommendation: IOU sponsorships of EE conferences (i.e., “platinum” “gold” level donations) 
be explicitly prohibited from inclusion in EE budgets as administrative costs.  IOUs may join 
membership‐based issue‐specific (i.e. HVAC) trade organizations that include as a component of 
membership benefits entry into conferences. Other staff travel costs to participate in EE 
conferences are also allowable administrative costs.  
 
Justification: IOU sponsorship of major national EE conferences is corporate marketing, not EE 
program work. IOU staff may participate in such large conferences through regular entry fees in 
the case that IOU staff are presenting or have targeted educational or networking goals for 
specific conferences; these are justifiable EE administrative costs. 
 
3)       BENEFITS/PENSIONS/PAYROLL TAXES: IOUs want to place vacation and sick leave costs 
relating to labor costs for DI, M&O in those categories, stating that “these follow labor charges.”  
The ACA places these costs in the administrative cost category, but for EM&V states that 
benefits, payroll tax, and pensions are in the EM&V cost category.  All IOUs currently place all EE 
staff pensions and benefits in the GRC; SCE also includes EE payroll taxes in the GRC, whereas 
Sempra and PG&E currently place those under administrative costs.  
 
Recommendation:  IOUs should be allowed to continue to place EE pension and benefit costs in 
the GRC.  However, the IOUs should be required to consistently place EE payroll taxes as general 
EE administrative costs (i.e. SCE should change its current practice of placing these costs in the 
GRC).  Labor vacation and sick leave costs should follow labor as the IOUs have proposed.   
 
Justification:  It is CPUC standard practice to allow IOUs to recoup benefit and pension costs in 
the GRCs, whereas payroll taxes are typically recouped as administrative costs.  It is also 
standard CPUC practice to allow vacation and sick leave costs to follow labor costs (i.e., to DI‐NI, 
DI, M&O).  
 
4)       INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COSTS: IOUs want IT costs related to tracking systems for 
individual programs to be charged to M&O/DI respectively, and that only overall portfolio IT 
equipment and work should be charged to administrative costs. 
 
Recommendation:   IOUs should be permitted to charge program‐specific IT costs to the 
relevant DI/M&O program categories. EM&V and other portfolio‐level IT costs should be 
charged to administrative costs except in the case that these constitute capital costs, such as the 
recent PG&E request for MDSS cost recovery through the EE portfolio (that request was denied 
and PG&E referred to the GRC to recoup those costs). 
 
Justification: The ACA is silent on including IT costs in the EM&V category, thus these are 
reasonably included – as overall portfolio IT costs – in the administrative cost categories, except 
when these are capital costs, as noted above.  It is reasonable that individual programs must 
have unique and high‐quality IT systems developed; such systems are critical for program 
implementation and savings tracking. Comparison data for costs in other states indicate that IT 
is frequently not included in the administrative cost category, and thus it is reasonable for the 
CPUC to not require that all IT costs are placed in administrative costs.  
 
5)       INCLUSION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THIRD PARTY M&O AND DIRECT 
IMPLEMENTATION (NON‐INCENTIVE) (DI‐NI) COSTS IN THE 6% AND 20% COST CAPS:  In recent 
discussions between EE and IOU staff, some confusion arose as to whether LGP/3rd Party M&O 
and DI‐NI costs are subject to the 6% and 20% cost targets.  
 
Recommendation: LGP and3rd Party M&O and DI‐NI costs are subject to the 6% and 20% overall 
portfolio cost targets. 
 
Justification: D. 09‐09‐047 is silent on ring‐fencing LGP/3rd Party costs outside of the cost caps. 
Controlling these costs is important in order to increase incentives offered directly to customers.  
It should be noted, however, that the M&O and DI‐NI cost targets are targets, not caps (p. 71 & 
72; OP 13) and that in the compliance filing an accompanying IOU explanation of why exceeding 
these caps is critical to program implementation should be sufficient to justify exceeding these 
targets if special circumstances can be explained.  Special circumstances may be warranted in a 
variety of cases. For instance, in the case of SCE, up to $50 million in non‐resource program 
direct implementation costs were either not identified by ED in our analysis (OBF program) or 
added as part of the budget adjustment ($32 million for LGP Strategic Plan innovative 
programs).  
IOU Proposed Mapping of CPUC’s Adopted Definitions, CAP’S
and Target’s:

Administrative Activities – 10% CAP [see citation 1 below]

  -   Responding to Data Requests (pg 50)
  -   Responding to Financial & Regulatory Audits (pg 50)
  -   Support related to Regulatory Filings (Monthly & Quarterly Reports and
      Annual Reporting) (pg 50)
  -   Human Resources Support (pg 49)
          o Payroll taxes
          o Payroll support
  -   Membership dues
  -   Travel & Conference Costs (Labor, Fee’s, Lodging, Transportation, etc.)     Deleted: All

      (pg 49 and 50). IOU Sponsorship (“platinum” “gold” “silver” level etc) is
      prohibited as an EE allowable travel cost. Such costs should be recouped
      in the GRC.
  -   Information Technologies Support and Services (pg 50)
          o Licensing fees or IT development cost for program specific
              applications for implementation are part of DI (benchmarking tool
              or Project Management tool)
  -   Accounting support (pg 50)
  -   Strategic Planning Administrative & Logistical Costs Related to
      Workshops (pg 57)
  -   Vacation and Sick Leave Related to Administrative Labor – follows labor
      charges (pg 50)
  -   Supply Management function activities to ensure oversight of contractors
      (pg 50)
  -   Administering contractor payments for services which are non incentive
      related (pg 50)
  -   Reporting Data Base (i.e. CRM, Track It Fast, Program Builder, SMART,
      etc.) (pg 50)
  -   Facility Related Costs
  -   Administrative Assistant Activities (pg 49 & 50)
  -   Utility administrative cost associated with Local Government Partnerships
      & Third Party programs

10% Administrative Cost “Target” for Third Party and Local
Government Partnership Direct Cost (Separate from Utility Cost to
administer these programs, see citation 2 below) (pg 63)
Marketing Activities (within programs) – Target 6% (pg 238 and 239)
See CPUC allowable cost category definitions and see citation 3
below.


  -   Preparing Collateral
  -   Distributing Collateral
  -   Support related to Outreach Events
  -   Participating in Outreach Events
  -   Advertising, Media, Radio, Newspaper, Website and Magazine related
      Marketing Activities
  -   LGP marketing & outreach related to Long-Term Strategic Planning
      support
  -   Vacation and Sick Leave Related to Marketing Labor – follows labor
      charges (pg 50)
  -   Marketing-specific IT costs                                                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

  -   Staff travel to undertake marketing-specific work activities (excluding
      conference participation).

Direct Implementation Activities – Target 20% [see citation 4 below]


  -   Employees who have a direct interface with the customer (i.e. Account
      Executives, Auditors, Engineers, Processors, Inspectors, call center
      representatives) (pg 50)
  -   Processing Rebate applications (pg 50)
  -   Inspecting rebated/incentivized measures (pg 50)
  -   Engineering related activities (pg 50)
  -   Measurement Development (Pg 50)
  -   Education and Training Contractors/Partners/Customers (pg 50)
  -   Project Management Activities (i.e. Planning Scope of work, working with
      contractors and customers, setting goals, reviewing goals, reacting to
      market conditions, and customer calls) (pg 50 and pg 57)
  -   Program Planning, Development and Design (pg 57)
  -   Emerging Technologies Program Management Activities (pg 50)
  -   WE&T Program Management Activities (pg 50)
  -   On Bill Financing Program Management Activities (pg 50)
  -   Customer Support (pg 50)
  -   Energy Audits and Continuous Energy Improvement (pg 50 & 192)
  -   Market Transformation and Long-Term Strategic Plan Support (pg 51)
  -   Compiling and maintaining information for projects (pg 50 and pg 57)
   -     Licensing fees or IT development cost for program specific applications
         for implementation are part of DI (benchmarking tool or Project
         Management tool)
   -     Vacation and Sick Leave Related to Direct Implementation Labor – follows
         labor charges (pg 50)
   -     Direct-implementation specific IT costs                                    Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
   -     Staff travel to undertake direct implementation-specific work activities
         (excluding conference participation).
   -

Target of 20% on “non-resource” support costs which includes direct
implementation non-incentive costs associated with incentive-based
programs, such as education and training, engineering support and
project management, and long term strategic plan support. (Pg 6)

EM&V Activities:
   -     Staff travel to participate in Strategic Plan workshops                    Formatted: Font: 12 pt

   -     Market, cost assessment and other studies as relevant to or suggested in   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

         the Strategic Plan

Decision 09-09-047 Citations

Citation 1: Administrative Costs (p.49, OP#13a)

[p.49]

4.4. Administrative Costs

We impose a 10% cap on total administrative costs, defined as overhead
(General and Administrative (G&A) Labor and Materials), labor (Management
and Clerical), Human Resources (HR) Support and Development, Travel and
Conference Fees (Administrative Costs).

Administrative costs are a necessary component of implementing energy efficiency
programs. Utilities have a number of administrative duties including reporting to
the Commission, internal management controls, and oversight of contractors
which must be funded in order to carry out their required programs.
Administrative costs,30 as we have defined them, include:

         • Overhead (G&A Labor/Materials): administrative labor,
         accounting support, IT services and support, reporting databases,
       data request responses, CPUC financial audits, regulatory filings
       support and other ad-hoc support required across all programs.
       • Labor (Managerial & Clerical): This category includes utility
       labor costs related to either management or clerical positions
       directly related to program administration. SDG&E and SCG
       also add payroll taxes.
       • Travel and Conference fees: This includes labor, travel and fees
       for conferences.

These Administrative Costs categories do not include EM&V or Marketing

and Outreach. Direct Implementation costs for delivering programs, which are
defined as “costs associated with activities that are a direct interface with the
customer or program participant or recipient (i.e., contractor receiving
training),”
are also excluded.31 Direct Implementation includes non-resource programs such
as Emerging Technologies, WE&T, Lighting Market Transformation, Zero Net
Energy Pilots, local & statewide DSM integration and On-Bill Financing. Also
included are direct implementation non-incentive costs associated with
incentive-based programs. These costs include engineering project management,
customer support, certain sub-programs (e.g., Energy Audits and Continuous
Administrative costs are necessary to well-functioning programs, it is our
duty to ensure that administrative costs are reasonable and limited to those
overhead and labor costs that are truly required to implement quality programs,
so that ratepayer funds are used to the greatest degree possible for the programs
themselves.

   list of allowable administrative costs is attached to the December 2008 Assigned
30 A
Commissioner’s Ruling, at attachment 5-A.
31 February, 2006 ALJ Ruling in R.01-08-028 on reporting requirements for the utility
energy efficiency programs.

[Ordering Paragraph #13a]

a. Administrative costs for utility energy efficiency programs (excluding third
party and/or local government partnership budgets) are limited to 10% of total
energy efficiency budgets. Administrative costs shall be closely identified by and
consistent
across utilities. Administrative costs shall not be shifted into any other costs
category. Utilities shall not reduce the non-utility portions of local government
partnership and third party implementer administrative costs, as compared to
levels contained in budgets approved herein, unless those levels exceeded 10% in
the July 2009 utility supplemental applications in this proceeding;
Citation 2: Administrative Costs- third parties and partnerships
(p.63)

[p.63]

An administrative cost cap of 10% on third party programs and local government
programs is also an important component of containing total portfolio
administrative costs. However, imposing a 10% administrative cost cap for each
program within these categories would be excessively burdensome for utilities,
third party contractors and government partners. Therefore, we direct the utilities
to seek to achieve a 10% administrative cost target for third party and local
government partnership direct costs (i.e., separate from utility costs to administer
these programs). As combined total program categories, third party and local
government program administrative costs should strive toward the 10% total
administrative cost target. In addition, we agree with comments by LGSEC and
CCSF on the Proposed Decision that utilities should not be permitted to unduly
shift administrative cost cuts onto local government partnership and


third party implementers. Therefore, we direct the utilities to not reduce the non-
utility portions of local government partnership and third party implementer
administrative costs, as compared to levels contained in the budgets proposed by
the utilities in their

July 2009 applications and approved herein, except where these costs as filed
exceed the 10% cost target level.

Citation 3: Marketing Activities (p.73, OP#13b)

[p.73]

Using this data as a guideline for our programs, we reduce the ME&O budget to
6% of the adopted portfolios, which is a reduction from the proposed levels of
around 8%, but still above national trends (excluding Vermont as an outlier). This
is not a hard cap, as with administrative costs, but a budget target. This target is
reasonable. As discussed in the ME&O section, the centerpiece of our ME&O
program—the statewide ME&O branding and outreach program— has a budget
of $60 million, with additional funding coming from already approved budgets for
the LIEE and Demand Response programs. This reduction is also consistent with
the direction of D.07-10-032, in which we noted our
concerns about the increasing ratepayer costs of ME&O for California’s demand
side programs and directed a statewide, integrated approach.

[Ordering Paragraph #13b]

Marketing, Education and Outreach costs for energy efficiency are set at 6% of
total adopted energy efficiency budgets, subject to the fund-shifting rules in
Section II, Rule 11 of the Energy Efficiency Policy Manual

Citation 4: Direct Implementation Activities [p.6, 50, 57, OP#13c]

[p.6]

Similarly, we place a target of 20% on non-resource support costs.7

7 This activity includes direct implementation non-incentive costs associated with
incentive-based programs, such as education and training, engineering support
and
project management, and long term strategic plan support.

[p.50]

Direct Implementation costs for delivering programs, which are defined as “costs
associated with activities that are a direct interface with the customer or program
participant or recipient (i.e., contractor receiving training),” are also excluded.31
Direct Implementation includes non-resource programs such as Emerging
Technologies, WE&T, Lighting Market Transformation, Zero Net Energy Pilots,
local & statewide DSM integration and On-Bill Financing. Also included are
direct implementation non-incentive costs associated with incentive-based
programs. These costs include


engineering project management, customer support, certain sub-programs (e.g.,
Energy Audits and Continuous Energy Improvement), market transformation and
long term strategic plan support.
31 February, 2006 ALJ Ruling in R.01-08-028 on reporting requirements for the utility
energy efficiency programs.

[p.57]
We therefore clarify here that we accept utility categorization of program
planning, design and project management costs as direct implementation non-
incentive costs and
direct our staff to issue a revised guideline describing the details of administrative
costs versus direct implementation costs.

[Ordering Paragraph #13c]

Non-resource costs (excluding non-resource direct implementation costs) are set
at 20% of the total adopted energy efficiency budgets;
         Attachment E:


San Diego Gas & Electric Company


      Bridge Funding Table
SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY
2009 Bridge Funding

                                                                                                                                    Additional   Additional Fund
                                                                                          Total Monthly        Total Annual     Budgets Approved    Shifting       Revised Annual
 Program ID                       Program                              SEGMENT            Budget Total         Budget Total       in D.09-09-047    Changes         Budget Total           Comments on Fund Shifting
                         Cross Cutting Programs
SDGE3002   CCV-City of Chula Vista Partnership                       Cross Cutting
SDGE3009   ERC-SDREO Energy Resource Center Partnership              Cross Cutting
SDGE3005   CSD-City of San Diego Partnership                         Cross Cutting
         1 Subtotal Partnerships                                                      $         425,010    $        5,100,119   $            -     $    (160,000) $     10,465,247 Request shift of $160,000 to SDGE3014.
SDGE3004   CS-Codes & Standards Program                              Cross Cutting    $         101,192    $        1,214,302                                     $      1,214,302
SDGE3011   ETP-Emerging Tech Program                                 Cross Cutting    $         125,853    $        1,510,237                                     $      1,510,237
                                                                                                                                                                                   Request shift of $15000 from SDGE 3016 and
                                                                                                                                                                                   $1025 from SDGE3025. This is to cover
SDGE3013      FYP-Statewide Marketing & Outreach                     Cross Cutting    $         198,836    $        2,386,031                      $      16,025   $     2,402,056 funding Flex Your Power to yearend 2009.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Shifted $600,000 to SDGE3029; Shifted
                                                                                                                                                                                   $1,800,000 to SDGE3043;Request Shift
                                                                                                                                                                                   $185,000 to SDGE3014. Request Shift of
SDGE3016   LIT-Upstream Lighting Program                             Cross Cutting    $          470,044   $        5,640,529                      $   (2,600,000) $     3,040,529 $15,000 to SDGE3013.
SDGE3021   SCP-Sustainable Communities Program                       Cross Cutting    $           39,041   $          468,488                                      $       468,488
SDGE3029   3P Upstream HVAC/Motors Program                           Cross Cutting    $          106,658   $        1,279,898   $      1,000,000   $      600,000 $      2,879,898 Shifted $600,000 from SDGE3016.
SDGE3043   3P KEMA HVAC Training, Installation and Maint.            Cross Cutting    $          328,036   $        3,936,432   $      1,000,000   $    1,800,000 $      6,736,432 Shifted $1,800,000 from SDGE3016.
SDGE3056   3P Portfolio of the Future                                Cross Cutting    $           64,923   $          779,073                                      $       779,073
                                 Subtotal Cross Cutting Programs                      $        1,859,592   $       22,315,109   $      2,000,000   $     (183,975) $    19,031,015
                           Nonresidential Programs
SDGE3001   CCP-IOU/Community College Partnership                     Nonresidential
SDGE3003   CDC-CA Department of Corrections Partnership              Nonresidential
SDGE3026   UCP-IOU/UC/CSU Partnership                                Nonresidential
SDGE3022   SDP-County of San Diego Partnership                       Nonresidential
         1 Subtotal Partnership Programs                                              $         598,669    $        7,184,025   $            -     $         -     $     7,184,025
SDGE3010   ESB-Energy Savings Bids                                   Nonresidential   $         735,300    $        8,823,595   $     13,300,000                   $    22,123,595
SDGE3012   EXP-Express Efficiency Rebate Program                     Nonresidential   $         492,100    $        5,905,195                                      $     5,905,195
SDGE3018   NEW-Savings By Design                                     Nonresidential   $         266,087    $        3,193,049                                      $     3,193,049
SDGE3019   OBF-On-Bill Financing for Energy Efficiency Equipment     Nonresidential   $          87,976    $        1,055,710                                      $     1,055,710
SDGE3020   SBS-Small Business Super Saver                            Nonresidential   $         829,214    $        9,950,569                                      $     9,950,569
                                                                                                                                                                                   Request shift of $200,000 to SDGE3014 and
SDGE3025      SPC-Standard Performance Program                       Nonresidential   $          466,746   $        5,600,952                      $    (211,025) $      5,389,927 $1025 to SDGE 3013.
SDGE3027      3P RCx Retrocomissioning Program                       Nonresidential   $          207,802   $        2,493,623                                     $      2,493,623
SDGE3034      3P EDC Domestic Hot Water Control Program              Nonresidential   $           17,024   $          204,285                                     $        204,285
SDGE3039      3P Mobile Energy Clinic                                Nonresidential   $          116,685   $        1,400,221                                     $      1,400,221
SDGE3040      3P Business Energy Assesment Program                   Nonresidential   $           36,196   $          434,354                                     $        434,354
SDGE3049*     3P Smart Controls for Pools and Spas                   Nonresidential   $           86,059   $        1,032,702                                     $      1,032,702
SDGE3050*     3P Contols - Restaurant HVAC/Hot Water                 Nonresidential   $           94,537   $        1,134,440                                     $      1,134,440
SDGE3053      3P Lodging/Intergy EE TPI                              Nonresidential   $           82,838   $          994,051   $        400,000                  $      1,394,051
SDGE3054      3P Healthcare Energy Efficiency                        Nonresidential   $          135,388   $        1,624,653   $        200,000                  $      1,824,653
                                  Subtotal Nonresidential Programs                    $        4,252,619   $       51,031,424   $     13,900,000   $    (211,025) $     64,720,399
                              Residential Programs
                                                                                                                                                                                   Request shift of $50,000 from SDGE3023 and
SDGE3006      DLP-Lighting Exchange and Education                    Residential      $          61,973    $          743,676                      $      60,000   $       803,676 $10,000 from SDG&E3025.
SDGE3007      EED-Advanced Home Program                              Residential      $         197,397    $        2,368,770                                      $     2,368,770
SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY
2009 Bridge Funding

                                                                                                                                   Additional   Additional Fund
                                                                                         Total Monthly        Total Annual     Budgets Approved    Shifting       Revised Annual
Program ID                               Program                         SEGMENT         Budget Total         Budget Total       in D.09-09-047    Changes         Budget Total            Comments on Fund Shifting
                                                                                                                                                                                  Request shift of $200,000 from SDGE 3025,
                                                                                                                                                                                  $160,000 from SDGE3009. This covers the
                                                                                                                                                                                  cost of the PEAK program and the increased
SDGE3014        HEC-Res Customer Education & Information               Residential   $          78,219    $          938,629                      $    360,000   $      1,298,629 residential audit costs.
SDGE3017        MFR-Multi-Family Rebate Program                        Residential   $         229,823    $        2,757,872   $        673,000                  $      3,430,872
SDGE3023        SDW-San Diego Co. Water Authority Partnership          Residential   $         106,964    $        1,283,572                      $     (50,000) $      1,233,572 Request shift to SDGE3006.
SDGE3024        SFR-Single Family Rebate Program                       Residential   $         337,600    $        4,051,201   $        870,000                  $      4,921,201

                                                                                                                                                                                  Request shift of $185,000 from SDGE 3016
                                                                                                                                                                                  and $15,000 from SDGE3041 to cover
SDGE3028        3P Appliance Recycling                                 Residential   $          227,583   $        2,730,996                      $    200,000  $       2,930,996 additional customer pick-ups to yearend 2009.
SDGE3032        3P K-12 Energy Efficiency Education Program            Residential   $           71,409   $          856,912                                    $         856,912
SDGE3035        3P Mobile Home Program                                 Residential   $          114,915   $        1,378,984                                    $       1,378,984
SDGE3041*       3P CHEERS New Construction Advanced Rating Prog        Residential   $            2,747   $           32,969                      $    (15,000) $          17,969 Request shift of $15,000 to SDGE3028.
SDGE3047*       3P Electric Resistance Heating Thermostat              Residential   $          134,343   $        1,612,111                                    $       1,612,111
SDGE3055*       3P Multi-Family Less Than 30 Units                     Residential   $          174,797   $        2,097,560                                    $       2,097,560
                                       Subtotal Residential Programs                 $        1,737,771   $       20,853,252   $      1,543,000   $    555,000 $       22,951,252
                Total Program Budget                                                 $        7,849,982   $       94,199,784   $     17,443,000   $        -    $     117,167,913

                              Measurement & Evaluation
            2   Strategic Planning                                                   $          33,435    $          401,217                                      $       401,217
            3   SDG&E EM&V                                                           $         123,565    $        1,482,779                                      $     1,482,779
            4                                     SDG&E Subtotal                     $         157,000    $        1,883,996   $            -     $        -      $     1,883,996
            5   CPUC EM&V                                                            $         436,920    $        5,243,042                                      $     5,243,042
            6   Web Portal                                                           $             -      $              -                                        $           -
            7   DSM Branding Study & Development                                     $          34,079    $          408,945                                      $       408,945
            8                                         PUC Subtotal                   $         470,999    $        5,651,987   $            -     $        -      $     5,651,987
                Total EM&V Budget                                                              627,999             7,535,983   $            -     $        -      $     7,535,983

                Total Portfolio Budget                                                        8,477,981   $      101,735,767   $     17,443,000   $        -      $   119,178,767
          Attachment F:


San Diego Gas & Electric Company


List of High Impact Measures (HIM)
SDG&E High Impact Measures (HIMs) 
 

Custom Electric & Gas Measures 
The following programs utilize various tools to compute energy and demand savings: 

         Statewide Standard Performance Contract Program (SPC) 
         Statewide Nonresidential Savings by Design Program (SBD) 
         Statewide Advanced Home Program (AH) 
         Local Energy Savings Bids (BID) 

SDG&E will be requesting that the tools be approved and the calculations from these tools be considered frozen/ex ante 
values for program planning and attaining goals for 2010‐2012.  The tools, ranked in order of  importance  of approval, 
are as follows:  SPC Calculator (SPC & BID), Nonresidential New Construction Savings Calculator (SBD), Advanced Home 
Energy Saving Calculator (AH). 

 

Deemed Electric Measures 
DEER Measures 
In addition to the DEER measures in SDG&E’s E3 Calculator, the following are expected to be HIMs and will be weighted 
by end‐use saturation or slightly modified.  

    DEER Measures                                           Comment  
    235131‐Screw‐in CFL (<=12 watt) >=800 Lumens            Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235057‐Screw‐in CFL (13 watt) 800‐1,099 Lumens          Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235134‐Screw‐in CFL (14 watt) 800‐1,099 Lumens          Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235135‐Screw‐in CFL (15 watt) 800‐1,099 Lumens          Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235093‐Reflectors (15 watt) <800 Lumens                 Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235136‐Screw‐in CFL (20 watt) >=1,100 Lumens            Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235126‐Screw‐in CFL (23 watt) >=1,600 Lumens            Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235104‐Dimmable (23 watt) => 1,600 Lumens               Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235085‐Screw‐in CFL (25 watt) >=1,600 Lumens            Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    235083‐Screw‐in CFL (26 watt) >=1,600 Lumens            Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    213221‐Lighting ‐ Screw in >= 27 Watt Lamp              Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    251001‐EE Refrigerator Recycling                        Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    251002‐EE Freezer Recycling                             Modified DEER ‐ weighting 
    Refrigerant Charge Adjustment Residential               Modified DEER 
    High Refrigerant Charge Adjustment Commercial           Modified DEER 
    Residential Duct Test and Seal                          Modified DEER 
    Motors (per Hp)                                         Modified DEER 2005 
    Motors ‐ VFD ‐ HVAC Fans (per Hp)                       Modified DEER 2005 
 



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Non­DEER Measures 
The following are non‐DEER measures where SDG&E will be requesting workpaper review/approval. 

    Non‐DEER Measures                                                                   Comment 
    234330‐Premium T8 with T12 40 Watt Baseline                                         Modified DEER 
    213053‐Lighting ‐ Remove 4 Ft T‐8 (De‐Lamp)                                         Modified DEER 
    234285‐Lighting‐Occpncy Sensor‐Hi‐Bay integrated Sensor                             Will be custom workpapers  
    213215‐Lighting‐Interior High Bay Linear Fluorescent Fixtures 400 Watt Base         Modified DEER 
    213147‐Premium T8 with T12 34Watt Baseline                                          Modified DEER 
    213020‐Lighting ‐ Hardwire Incan Base >90 watt Fluorescent Fixture                  Will be custom workpapers  
    267018‐Economizer Repair                                                            Will be custom workpapers  
    273000‐HVAC Control                                                                 Will be custom workpapers  
    252001‐Retrocommissioning                                                           Will be custom workpapers  
    267044‐Commercial Condenser Coil Cleaning                                           Modified DEER 
    267030‐Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune‐up Com                                       Modified DEER 
    267020‐Economizer Repair Com                                                        Will be custom workpapers  
    267029‐Commercial HVAC Diagnostic/Tune‐up                                           Modified DEER 
    267040‐Residential Condenser Coil Cleaning/Tune‐up                                  Will be custom workpapers  
    213083‐Refrigeration ‐Cooler/Freezer Door Gaskets                                   Will be custom workpapers  
    234085‐Refrigeration ‐Strip Curtains for Walk‐ins                                   Will be custom workpapers  
    213211‐Refrigeration‐Floating Head Pressure Control‐air cooled                      Will be custom workpapers  
    213129‐Software Plug Load Sensors                                                   Will be custom workpapers  
    ReducedWattageT8 with PremiumT8 Baseline                                            Will be custom workpapers  
    Refrigerated Case LED Light                                                         Will be custom workpapers  
    LED Commercial Screw‐in lamp                                                        Will be custom workpapers  
    Exterior Compact Fluorescent Fixture, ≤ 70 Watts (≤100 Watts Lamp base case)        Will be custom workpapers  
    Interior Compact Fluorescent Fixture ≤ 128 watts ( 101‐175Watts lamp base case)     Will be custom workpapers  
    Interior Compact Fluorescent Fixture, ≤192 watts ( 176‐399 Watts lamp base case)    Will be custom workpapers  
    Interior Compact Fluorescent Fixture, ≤244watts (≤400 Watts lamp base case)         Will be custom workpapers  
    Interior Compact Fluorescent Fixture, ≤360watts (≤400 Watts lamp base case)         Will be custom workpapers  
    Interior Compact Fluorescent Fixture, ≤70 watts ( ≤ 100 Watts lamp base case)       Will be custom workpapers  
    Intelligent Electronic Power Strips                                                 Will be custom workpapers  
    LED Residential CFL and Incandescent Replacement Lamps                              Will be custom workpapers  
     Room A/C unit ‐ Energy Star                                                        Will be custom workpapers  
 




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Deemed Gas Measures 
DEER Measures 
In addition to the DEER measures in SDG&E’s E3 Calculator, the following are expected to be HIMs and will be weighted 
by end‐use saturation vintage or slightly modified.  

DEER Measures                                                                           Comment
Wall Insulation - Residential                                                           DEER 2005 – weighting
Attic Insulation - Residential                                                          DEER 2005 – weighting
Energy Star Clothes Washer Various Tiers                                                Modified DEER 2005
Energy Star Dishwasher Various Tiers                                                    Modified DEER 2005
Central Gas Furnace 92% AFUE - Residential                                              DEER 2008
Central Gas Furnace 90% AFUE - Residential                                              Modified DEER 2008
Greenhouse Heat Curtain                                                                 DEER 2005
Infrared Film for Greenhouses                                                           DEER 2005
518007-Gas Storage Water Heater (EF>= 0.62)                                             DEER 2008
Instantaneous Water Heaters - Residential                                               DEER 2008
Instantaneous Water Heaters - Residential - Higher efficiency                           Modified DEER
Instantaneous Water Heaters - Nonresidential                                            DEER 2008
Instantaneous Water Heaters - Nonresidential - Higher Efficiency                        Modified DEER
511003-High Efficiency Small Gas Storage Water Heater - 50 Gal , 0.62 EF (50,000 btu)   DEER 2008
511004-High Efficiency Large Gas Storage Water Heater - 0.83 Et 100,000 btu)            DEER 2008
Pipe Insulation - Residential                                                           Modified DEER 2005
Duct Sealing (Total Leakage Reduced from 24% of AHU flow to 12%) - Residential          Modified DEER 2008 - weighting
Duct Sealing (Total Leakage Reduced from 40% of AHU flow to 12%) - Residential          Modified DEER 2008 - weighting
Duct Sealing (Supply Leakage Reduced from 25% of AHU flow to 15%) - Residential         Modified DEER 2008 - weighting
Duct Sealing (Supply Leakage Reduced from 35% of AHU flow to 15%) - Residential         Modified DEER 2008 - weighting
 

Non­DEER Measures 
The following are non‐DEER measures where SDG&E will be requesting workpaper review/approval. 

    Non-DEER Measures                                                                   Comment
    Central System Gas Boiler: Water Heating Only - Multi-family                        Will be custom workpapers
    Direct Contact Water Heater - Commercial                                            Will be custom workpapers
    Convection Oven - replacing conventional - Commercial                               Will be custom workpapers
    Energy Efficient Fryer - Commercial                                                 Will be custom workpapers
    Energy Efficient Griddle- Commercial                                                Will be custom workpapers
    Energy Efficient Large Vat Fryers - Commercial                                      Will be custom workpapers
    Energy Efficient Single Rack Oven- Commercial                                       Will be custom workpapers
    Energy Star Dish Washer EF=0.65                                                     Will be custom workpapers
    Water Heater Controller - Multi-family                                              Will be custom workpapers
    High Enzymatic Cold Water Laundry Detergent                                         Will be custom workpapers
    Super Low Flow Kitchen Aerator (1gpm and 1.5 gpm)                                   Will be custom workpapers
    Super Low Flow Showerhead (1.5 gpm)                                                 Will be custom workpapers
    Super Low Flow Bathroom Aerator (.5 gpm-1.0 gpm)                                    Will be custom workpapers
    Thermostatic Valve for shower                                                       Will be custom workpapers
    Thermostatic Valve and 1.6 gpm showerhead                                           Will be custom workpapers
    Nonresidential Pipe Insulation (water)                                              Will be custom workpapers
    Nonresidential Pipe Insulation (steam)                                              Will be custom workpapers
    Nonresidential Tank Insulation                                                      Will be custom workpapers
 


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Savings from Codes and standards Advocacy  
SDG&E will submit a report for approval that documents the ex ante savings from codes and standards efforts.   

 




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               Attachment G:


     San Diego Gas & Electric Company


Upstream Lighting Program Outreach Campaign
              Upstream Lighting Program Outreach Campaign

           Plan for Encouraging Customers to Install All Purchased CFLs


This proposal is in reference to the 2006-2008 Residential Metering Study, the ED
suggestion that there is a significant opportunity for the IOUs to expand socket
penetration by leveraging the significant numbers of bulbs that remain in storage. The
study found that for various reasons a large quantity of purchased CFL stock is currently
in storage in customers homes.

In response to the study’s findings, SDG&E will develop robust messaging to encourage
consumers to install and use stored CFLs now. SDG&E would like to understand the
detailed information used in the study to gain some insight into customer acceptance and
behavior to ensure the most successful approach is deployed to motivate customers to
“use the bulbs”. SDG&E wants to understand any technology limitations or issues, for
example, what number of stored bulbs are an earlier technology and will never be
installed now that a newer version (possibly smaller, higher lumens, dimmable, etc.) is
available. Another question to explore is the number of bulbs that are in storage due to a
less than favorable customer experience with the CFL.

SDG&E will develop consumer-focused initiatives to educate/motivate” customers to
install these previously purchased CFLs. These outreach activities focus will be to
encourage customers to not only purchase ENERGYSTAR qualified CFLs, but to
immediately begin using those previously purchased CFLs that they have stored in
closets, shelves and other places.

Through the use of pre and post surveys SDG&E will evaluate the consumer-focused
initiatives to measure awareness of specific, targeted messages, which includes the call to
put stored CFLs into sockets.

SDG&E will also add a survey onto its web site that customers can take and submit. This
on line survey can be implemented along with additional tactics, such as creating and
publishing more messages related to installing CFLs or changing messaging as needed to
increase the impact.

Further, SDG&E will leverage its outreach events as well as government and local
partnerships as an additional channel to encourage local residents to take the initiative
and install their CFLs immediately.

SDG&E has conducted conference calls and will continue to work with the other IOUs to
provide a coordinated, statewide marketing campaign that will reinforce consistent CFL
messaging throughout the state.

				
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