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									          The Electric ESP Handbook

A G UIDE TO P ACIFIC G AS &E LECTRIC C OMPANY ’ S D IRECT A CCESS
   P ROCEDURES FOR E LECTRIC E NERGY S ERVICE P ROVIDERS




                Pacific Gas and Electric Company - ESP Services



                                 July 21, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE ............................................................................................................................................................................... 1
   ABOUT THIS GUIDE ............................................................................................................................................................... 1
     Overview ........................................................................................................................................................................... 1
     Disclaimer and Warning................................................................................................................................................... 1
     Summary of Chapters and Contents ................................................................................................................................. 2
     Chapter Organization ....................................................................................................................................................... 2
           Overview .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
           Prerequisites ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
           Checklist of Key Steps...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
           The [Chapter Topic] Process Illustrated ........................................................................................................................................... 3
           Procedures ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
CHAPTER 1 ............................................................................................................................................................................ 1
   ELECTRIC ESP DIRECT ACCESS PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES ................................................................................................ 1
     Overview ........................................................................................................................................................................... 1
     Prerequisites ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1
     Checklist of key steps ........................................................................................................................................................ 2
     Electric ESP Direct Access Preliminary Procedures Illustrated ...................................................................................... 3
     Procedures ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4
           1. Electric ESP obtains required documentation for Direct Access (DA) signup with PG&E......................................................... 4
              ESP Service Agreement ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
              About Section 22, Billing Options ............................................................................................................................................... 6
              About Section 23, Metering and Meter Reading Options ............................................................................................................ 7
              Energy Service Provider Information Form ................................................................................................................................. 7
              ESP Credit Application and Financial Statements ....................................................................................................................... 8
              ESP creditworthiness requirements .............................................................................................................................................. 9
              Credit evaluation parameters ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
              Primary credit requirements ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
              Alternate credit requirements ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
              Direct access consolidated billing options worksheet ................................................................................................................ 11
              Instructions for completing the Direct Access Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet .......................................................... 12
              Required format for the PG&E bill detail page included on Consolidated Electric ESP bills ................................................... 12
              EDI Trading Partner Agreement................................................................................................................................................. 12
              Main Agreement ......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
              Appendix .................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
              EDI Setup Form ......................................................................................................................................................................... 15
              Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) qualification/approval ............................................................................................. 16
           2. Electric ESP submits completed DA startup documentation to ESP Services ........................................................................... 16
           3. ESP Services Representative contacts Electric ESP upon receipt of DA startup documents..................................................... 16
           4. PG&E reviews all submitted DA startup documentation ........................................................................................................... 16
              DA startup Documentation Review Timeline............................................................................................................................. 17
              ESP Service Agreement Processing ........................................................................................................................................... 17
              ESP Credit Application processing ............................................................................................................................................ 17
              Credit Acceptance ...................................................................................................................................................................... 18
              Credit Denial .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18




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              Direct Access Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet ............................................................................................................ 18
              EDI Trading Partner Agreement processing ............................................................................................................................... 18
              EDI Setup Form ......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
              MDMA Application and Checklist ............................................................................................................................................ 18
           5. ESP Services Representative informs the Electric ESP of the type of DA participation for which it is eligible ....................... 18
       Information Websites ...................................................................................................................................................... 20
CHAPTER 2 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 21
   DIRECT ACCESS SETUP ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
     Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 21
     Prerequisites ................................................................................................................................................................... 21
     Checklist of key steps ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
     Direct Access Setup Illustrated ....................................................................................................................................... 22
     Procedures ...................................................................................................................................................................... 22
           Electronic data exchange synopsis.................................................................................................................................................. 23
           1. Prepare systems setup for electronic data exchange .................................................................................................................. 23
           2. Review electronic transfer procedures and rules as designated by PG&E for DES and EDI (if applicable). ............................ 23
              Data transfer specifics: How DES is used to exchange DA information .................................................................................... 24
           DES implementation....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
              Key DES contacts....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
              DES Web site ............................................................................................................................................................................. 25
       EDI data transfer ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
           EDI contacts ................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
             For more information ................................................................................................................................................................. 26
           EDI Direct Access transaction sets ................................................................................................................................................. 26
             Transaction set 810 - Billing ...................................................................................................................................................... 26
             Transaction set 814 - Direct Access Service Request (DASR)................................................................................................... 26
             Transaction set 820 - Payment and Remittance Order................................................................................................................ 27
             867 - Meter Usage ...................................................................................................................................................................... 27
             997 - Functional Acknowledgment ............................................................................................................................................ 27
           Test the viability and accuracy of data transferred to PG&E using DES ........................................................................................ 27
CHAPTER 3 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
   PROCESSING DIRECT ACCESS SERVICE REQUESTS (DASRS)............................................................................................... 29
     Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
           Definition of Terms ........................................................................................................................................................................ 29
       Prerequisites ................................................................................................................................................................... 30
       Checklist of key steps ...................................................................................................................................................... 31
       Processing DASRs Illustrated ......................................................................................................................................... 31
       Procedures ...................................................................................................................................................................... 33
           1. Electric ESP obtains customer authorization to submit a DASR on its behalf .......................................................................... 33
           2. Electric ESP obtains customer CTC Agreement, if required ..................................................................................................... 33
           3. Electric ESP evaluates customer DA elections and obtains customer information required to complete DASR ...................... 33
           5. Electric ESP submits DASR to PG&E through DES ................................................................................................................ 34
           6. PG&E processes DASR ............................................................................................................................................................. 35
              Electronic Validation ................................................................................................................................................................. 35
              DASR Validation ....................................................................................................................................................................... 35
              Account Validation .................................................................................................................................................................... 35
           7. PG&E sends a confirmation, rejection, or pending notification to Electric ESP ....................................................................... 36
              Acceptance notices ..................................................................................................................................................................... 36
              Rejection DASR ......................................................................................................................................................................... 37
           Additional DASR procedures performed by PG&E ....................................................................................................................... 37




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             DASR for “New” Premises ........................................................................................................................................................ 37
             Additional setup transaction procedures .................................................................................................................................... 37
             Additional transaction procedures for newly established PG&E account numbers .................................................................... 38
             Additional Shut Off (S/O) and Shut-off Non-Payment (SONP) transaction procedures ............................................................ 39
             Additional Cancellation transaction procedures ......................................................................................................................... 39
             Additional Customer Account Data Change transaction procedures .......................................................................................... 39
             Additional procedures for Initial Customer Historical Usage Information................................................................................. 39
             Seamless Move........................................................................................................................................................................... 40
           Seamless Move Procedures ............................................................................................................................................................ 40
           Canceling a Seamless Move ........................................................................................................................................................... 41
           Limits to a Seamless Move Option ................................................................................................................................................. 41
CHAPTER 4 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 43
   DA ELECTRONIC DATA EXCHANGE CONTINGENCY PLANS ................................................................................................. 43
    Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 43
           Behind the scenes look at the DASR process ................................................................................................................................. 43
           DASR Server Communication Illustrated ....................................................................................................................................... 44
           Risks ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
       Event Scenario Back-up Plans ....................................................................................................................................... 44
           Electric ESP unable to communicate with DES ............................................................................................................................. 45
             Situation ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 45
             Back-up Plan .............................................................................................................................................................................. 45
           Failure of PG&E equipment (DASR Interface & CIS) ................................................................................................................... 46
             Situation ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
             Back-up Plan .............................................................................................................................................................................. 46
CHAPTER 5 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 47
   METERING ........................................................................................................................................................................... 47
    Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 47
           Metering Services ........................................................................................................................................................................... 47
             Meter Service Provider Responsibilities .................................................................................................................................... 48
             Meter Installation Standards....................................................................................................................................................... 48
             Effective Direct Access Date ...................................................................................................................................................... 48
             Meter Maintenance..................................................................................................................................................................... 48
             Meter Equipment Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ 48
           Obtaining Meter Equipment Information for Existing Customer Accounts ................................................................................... 49
             Web Site Test ............................................................................................................................................................................. 49
             Selection of the Meter Installer .................................................................................................................................................. 49
             Scheduling Meter Removal and Installations - PG&E as Meter Installer .................................................................................. 49
             Meters Supplied by PG&E ......................................................................................................................................................... 50
             Meters Supplied by Electric ESP ............................................................................................................................................... 50
             DA Ready Meter ........................................................................................................................................................................ 50
             Phone Service Notification - PG&E as Meter Installer .............................................................................................................. 50
             Completed Meter Installs ........................................................................................................................................................... 51
             Re-scheduling Meter Installations .............................................................................................................................................. 51
           Scheduling Meter Removals and Installations - Electric ESP as Meter Installer ............................................................................ 51
             Meter Installation/Removal Notification * ................................................................................................................................. 52
             Return of PG&E Meters ............................................................................................................................................................. 52
           Service Upgrades ............................................................................................................................................................................ 52
           Return to Bundled Service from Direct Access and Meter Ownership ........................................................................................... 52
           Electric ESP Inquiries..................................................................................................................................................................... 54
             Wired Phone Line Requirements ............................................................................................................................................... 55
             Wireless Phone Installation Requirements ................................................................................................................................. 56




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           Responsibility - Phone Service Account Payment .......................................................................................................................... 57
           Responsibility - Phone Service Operability and Maintenance ........................................................................................................ 57
           Retention of Rights ......................................................................................................................................................................... 58
       Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Requirements ............................................................................................... 58
           MDMA Approval Process and Requirements ................................................................................................................................ 58
             Application and Checklist .......................................................................................................................................................... 59
             Written Requirements ................................................................................................................................................................ 59
             Server Acceptance Test .............................................................................................................................................................. 60
             Back-up Reading Process ........................................................................................................................................................... 60
             Data Format ................................................................................................................................................................................ 60
             Security and Confidentiality ....................................................................................................................................................... 60
             Help Desk ................................................................................................................................................................................... 61
           Validating and Editing Data ........................................................................................................................................................... 61
             Interval Data ............................................................................................................................................................................... 61
           Estimating Data .............................................................................................................................................................................. 62
             Interval Data Estimation Rules ................................................................................................................................................... 62
           Accuracy and Timeliness of Usage Data ........................................................................................................................................ 63
             Interval Data ............................................................................................................................................................................... 63
             Monthly Data ............................................................................................................................................................................. 63
           Data retention period ...................................................................................................................................................................... 63
           Electronic exchange of metering data ............................................................................................................................................. 64
             Interval and Time-Of-Use (TOU) data ....................................................................................................................................... 64
           Meter Reading ................................................................................................................................................................................ 65
             Meter reading data obligations ................................................................................................................................................... 65
             PG&E meter reading .................................................................................................................................................................. 66
             Electric ESP meter reading......................................................................................................................................................... 66
       Metered Usage Rates ...................................................................................................................................................... 66
           Life Support Customers and Medical Baseline Quantities ............................................................................................................. 66
CHAPTER 6 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 69
   DASR PROCESSES FOR METERING DATA ADJUSTMENTS AND CHANGES ............................................................................ 69
    Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 69
    DA Account Commodity Status Changes ........................................................................................................................ 70
           DA Account Commodity Shut-Offs................................................................................................................................................ 70
             Process ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 70
             Matrix of PG&E-initiated Records Related to Shut-offs by Meter Type ................................................................................... 70
             Example ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 72
           Meter Change ................................................................................................................................................................................. 73
             Matrix of PG&E-initiated Records Related to Meter Change .................................................................................................... 73
             Example ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 76
             New Meter Sets Which are not Concurrent with Old Meter Removals ...................................................................................... 76
             Meter Configuration Data .......................................................................................................................................................... 77
       Usage Adjustments ......................................................................................................................................................... 77
               Usage Adjustments to Monthly Meter Data Due to Additional Validation Checking of Data when PG&E is the MDMA ....... 78
               Matrix of PG&E-initiated Records Related to Usage Adjustments ............................................................................................ 78
               Example ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 80
               Stand Alone Rebate transactions (reversal only adjustment)...................................................................................................... 81
CHAPTER 7 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 83
   ELECTRIC ESP ACCOUNT BILLING....................................................................................................................................... 83
     Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 83
     Bill Components and Billing Options ............................................................................................................................. 83
           Summary of bill components .......................................................................................................................................................... 83




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           About the California Energy Commission Tax ............................................................................................................................... 84
           Billing options ................................................................................................................................................................................ 85
              Consolidated UDC billing .......................................................................................................................................................... 85
              Consolidated ESP billing ........................................................................................................................................................... 85
              Partial Consolidated ESP Billing ............................................................................................................................................... 85
              Full Consolidated ESP Billing ................................................................................................................................................... 85
              Separate billing .......................................................................................................................................................................... 86
           Read and Bill Serial Dates .............................................................................................................................................................. 86
       Consolidated UDC Billing .............................................................................................................................................. 86
           Pricing options................................................................................................................................................................................ 87
              Flat ($/month) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 88
              Single-tiered ($/kWh) ................................................................................................................................................................. 88
              Double-Tiered ($/kWh, Electric ESP designates tiers) .............................................................................................................. 88
              Time-of-Use - TOU ($/kWh, based on PG&E’s tiers) ............................................................................................................... 88
              Custom pricing ........................................................................................................................................................................... 89
              Submitting Rate-ready data to PG&E ........................................................................................................................................ 89
              Deadlines for the submission of rate-ready data ......................................................................................................................... 89
           Bill format ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 89
           Bill preparation and processing ...................................................................................................................................................... 89
           Bill Printing and Delivery............................................................................................................................................................... 90
           Reports generated by PG&E ........................................................................................................................................................... 90
           Utility User Tax Application .......................................................................................................................................................... 90
           How PG&E calculates Electric ESP payments ............................................................................................................................... 91
              When PG&E pays the Electric ESP ........................................................................................................................................... 91
              I. PG&E payments to Electric ESP and supporting reports: ..................................................................................................... 91
              II. When PG&E makes payment to Electric ESP ....................................................................................................................... 91
              III. Reserve against collections................................................................................................................................................... 91
              Payments from Electric ESP to PG&E ....................................................................................................................................... 91
       Consolidated ESP Billing ............................................................................................................................................... 91
               Bill format requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 91
               Calculation of charges owed to PG&E ....................................................................................................................................... 92
               Payment Processing.................................................................................................................................................................... 92
               Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) ............................................................................................................................................. 92
       Separate Billing Procedures ........................................................................................................................................... 92
CHAPTER 8 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 93
   CUSTOMER INFORMATION RELEASES .................................................................................................................................. 93
     Overview ......................................................................................................................................................................... 93
     Confidential Customer Information Release .................................................................................................................. 93
GLOSSARY .......................................................................................................................................................................... 95
   DIRECT ACCESS TERMS ....................................................................................................................................................... 95
APPENDIX A ...................................................................................................................................................................... 101
   SERVICE TERRITORY CITY CODES ..................................................................................................................................... 101
APPENDIX B ...................................................................................................................................................................... 119
   SERVICE CITY ZIP CODES .................................................................................................................................................. 119
APPENDIX C ...................................................................................................................................................................... 133
   DA APPROVED METERS .................................................................................................................................................... 133




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PREFACE




ABOUT THIS GUIDE


 Overview

                The ESP (Energy Service Provider) Services organization within PG&E, a group dedicated to providing
                information and guidance to ESPs, has compiled information in this document which will assist ESPs with
                preparing to do business under Direct Access (DA). This information reflects the latest California Public
                Utilities Commission (CPUC) decisions on DA. Please note that content of this document is subject to
                change over time as the CPUC issues further decisions relevant to DA.


Disclaimer and Warning

                PG&E has provided these guidelines for informational purposes only.

                In the event of any conflict between the guidelines contained within this handbook and the DA tariffs and
                Energy Service Provider Service Agreement approved by the CPUC, the tariff and the Energy Service
                Provider Service Agreement shall control.

                The procedures adopted for other California utilities may differ from those of PG&E.

                Note that the DA Suspension Decision (D.) 02-03-055, dated March 21, 2002, issued by the California
                Public Utilities Commission, may have an impact on the qualification of customers for participation in
                DA.




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Summary of Chapters and Contents

                   Chapter 1: Electric ESP Direct Access Preliminary Procedures - discusses the preliminary
                    documentation which needs to be signed and sent to PG&E prior to the submission of Direct Access
                    Service Requests (DASRs).

                   Chapter 2: Direct Access Setup - covers information about electronic information exchange setup
                    requirements under DA.

                   Chapter 3: Processing Direct Access Service Requests (DASRs) - discusses how Electric ESPs
                    electronically communicate service requests related to DA to PG&E.

                   Chapter 4: DA Electronic Data Exchange Contingency Plans - discusses contingency plans for
                    the handling of DASRs should one or more elements of electronic DASR processing fail.

                   Chapter 5: Metering - covers DA interval metering issues including the prioritization and
                    forecasting of installation requests; phone service quality and billing requirements; and customer
                    service for Electric ESPs.

                   Chapter 6: DASR Processes for Metering Data Adjustments and Changes - provides Electric
                    ESPs with information on PG&E DASR processes related to metering data adjustments and DA
                    account commodity status changes.

                   Chapter 7: Electric ESP Account Billing - contains information on the billing options which
                    Electric ESPs can offer to their DA customers.

                   Chapter 8: Customer Information Releases - details the types of customer information which
                    Electric ESPs can obtain from PG&E.


Chapter Organization

                Chapters 1 through 3, which describe sequential, step-by-step procedures, follow a consistent
                organizational format as described below.


Overview
                This section, which provides an overview of the chapter topic material and related processes, emphasizes
                the most important concepts within the chapter.




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Prerequisites
                The prerequisites to the procedures covered in the chapter are detailed, ensuring that the Electric ESP is
                ready for the steps to follow.


Checklist of Key Steps
                Key process steps are briefly described within a checklist format which identifies critical elements.


The [Chapter Topic] Process Illustrated
                Visuals are an effective way to convey process information. When appropriate conceptual-level flow
                diagrams have been included to illustrate main process steps.


Procedures
                This section provides a detailed discussion of items identified within the Checklist of Key Steps.




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CHAPTER 1




ELECTRIC ESP DIRECT ACCESS
PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES


Overview

            This chapter focuses primarily on the types of documents which Electric ESPs will need to submit prior to
            participation in Direct Access (DA). The chapter also discusses the timing involved with reviewing and
            processing the documentation submitted by Electric ESPs.


Prerequisites

            Prior to starting DA preliminary procedures, an Electric ESP must register with the CPUC if it intends to
            serve “Small Customers.” Small Customers are defined per revised Rule 1 as customers on demand-
            metered schedules (A-10 and E-19V), with less than 50kW maximum billing demand per meter for at
            least nine (9) billing periods during the most recent twelve (12) month period or any customer on a non-
            demand metered schedule (A-1 and A-6).

            Detailed information regarding registering with the CPUC can be obtained by visiting the CPUC Web site
            (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook).
Checklist of key steps

                  #    STEP

                  1.   Electric ESP obtains required documentation for Direct Access (DA) signup with
                       PG&E

                  2.   Electric ESP submits completed DA startup documentation to ESP Services

                  3.   ESP Services Representative contacts Electric ESP upon receipt of DA startup
                       documentation

                  4.   PG&E reviews all submitted DA forms and documentation

                  5.   ESP Services Representative informs the Electric ESP of the type of DA
                       participation for which it is eligible




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Electric ESP Direct Access Preliminary Procedures
Illustrated

      ESP obtains required
  documentation f or Direct Access
     (DA) signup with PG&E




 ESP submits completed DA startup
  documentation to ESP Relations




  ESP Relations Representativ e
 contacts ESP upon receipt of DA
      startup documentation



                                                                              PG&E processes
                                                                               Direct Access
    PG&E rev iews and executes
                                                                             Consolidated Billing
   ESP Service Agreement and
                                                                             Options Worksheet
   conducts a quick rev iew of the
      ESP Credit Application


                                                                              PG&E processes
                                                                                EDI Trading
                                                                             Partner Agreement
                                                 PG&E rev iews startup
      Does ESP plan to of f er
                                        Y es   documentation required f or
     Consolidated ESP billing?
                                                Consolidated ESP billing

                                                                              PG&E processes
                                                                              EDI Setup Form
                No


                                                                                                                                  PG&E inf orms
 ESP is eligible to participate in DA
                                                                              PG&E ev aluates                                       ESP that it
    and of f er Separate billing.                                                                     Is ESP's credit
                                                                                ESP Credit                                   No    cannot of f er
                                                                                                        approv ed?
                                                                                Application                                       Consolidated
                                                                                                                                   ESP billing

                                                                                                            Y es


                                                                                                    PG&E inf orms ESP
                                                                                                     that it can of f er
                                                                                                    ESP-Consolidated
                                                                                                      billing option.
                                                                                                    Activ ation pending
                                                                                                    ESP's f ulf illment of
                                                                                                      EDI sy stems
                                                                                                      requirements




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Procedures

                This section provides a detailed discussion of the process steps outlined within the Checklist of Key Steps.


1. Electric ESP obtains required documentation for Direct Access (DA) signup
   with PG&E
                Electric ESPs interested in participating in DA with PG&E will need to complete and execute the forms
                indicated in the DA Forms Table below. Information on filling out the DA forms is provided in the
                sections following the DA Forms Table.

                DA startup forms can either be downloaded from the “DA Documents” link on the ESP Resource Center
                website (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook) or obtained from PG&E’s
                ESP Services.

                Electric ESPs may also contact ESP Services via the ESP Services hotline at 415-973-1666, should they
                have any questions regarding the DA forms.



                DA FORMS TABLE

                 #     DOCUMENT                 DESCRIPTION                                 WHEN REQUIRED

                 1.    Energy Service           This document specifies the roles and       Always
                       Provider Service         responsibilities of both the Electric ESP
                       Agreement (the “ESP      and PG&E with respect to DA business
                       Service Agreement”)      transactions and interactions which
                                                transpire between the two parties. Note
                                                that the content of the ESP Service
                                                Agreement may be amended from time to
                                                time at the direction of the CPUC.

                 2.    Energy Service           Document which asks for detailed            Always
                       Provider information     information about the Electric ESP which
                                                is not included within the ESP Service
                                                Agreement.

                 3.    ESP Credit Application   PG&E uses the Electric ESP’s Credit         Always
                       and Electric ESP’s       Application and financial statements to
                       financial statements     evaluate the credit worthiness of the
                                                Electric ESP.




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                 #    DOCUMENT               DESCRIPTION                                    WHEN REQUIRED

                 4.   Direct Access          This form specifies the services and other     If the Electric ESP plans
                      Consolidated Billing   information related to the selection of        to offer Consolidated ESP
                      Options Worksheet      billing options. The form also serves as       and/or Consolidated UDC
                                             an authorization for PG&E to commence          billing
                                             preparations which are necessary to
                                             establish the billing options selected by
                                             the Electric ESP.

                 5.   EDI Trading Partner    The primary purpose of the agreement is        If the Electric ESP plans
                      Agreement              to establish the binding nature of financial   to offer the Consolidated
                                             charge and payment data which is               ESP billing option
                                             transmitted electronically between the
                                             Electric ESP and PG&E. The agreement
                                             also specifies that data be exchanged in
                                             accordance with the American National
                                             Standards Institute (ANSI) Business
                                             Interchange Standards, which is currently
                                             ANSI X12.

                 6.   EDI Setup Form         This form specifies EDI systems details        If the Electric ESP plans
                                             relevant to the electronic transmission of     to offer the Consolidated
                                             financial charge and payment data.             ESP billing option

                 7.   MDMA Approval          Forms required to apply for approval as        If the Electric ESP plans
                      Application and        an MDMA.                                       to provide MDMA
                      Checklist                                                             services.




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                ESP SERVICE AGREEMENT

                The following exhibit shows the first page of the ESP Service Agreement.




                1.1 - ESP SERVICE AGREEMENT (PAGE 1 OF 16)


                ABOUT SECTION 22, BILLING OPTIONS

                The Electric ESP’s selection of the Consolidated ESP billing option is contingent upon meeting DA tariff
                creditworthiness requirements and EDI requirements. EDI requirements include submission of the EDI




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                Trading Partner Agreement and EDI Setup Form as well as satisfactory systems capability for EDI
                transaction exchange.

                Creditworthiness requirements are discussed in the subsequent section, ESP Credit Application and
                Financial Statements.

                EDI testing procedures and detail on EDI protocol are covered within Chapter 2: Direct Access Setup.


                ABOUT SECTION 23, METERING AND METER READING OPTIONS

                If the Electric ESP has indicated that it will be offering all or some metering and meter reading services to
                its customers, it will need to meet the established requirements for the types of services it plans to offer.
                Electric ESPs should consult Chapter 5: Metering of this handbook for a synopsis of guidelines. Failure
                to meet established Meter Service Provider (MSP) or Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA)
                requirements prior to submitting Direct Access Service Requests (DASRs) can result in delayed DASR
                processing or rejection.


                ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDER INFORMATION FORM

                This form addresses additional information about the Electric ESP which is not specified within the ESP
                Service Agreement. Types of information include the Electric ESP’s emergency contact telephone
                numbers, business hours, time zone, additional key functional contacts, etc. PG&E’s ESP Services group
                in turn uses this information to better tailor the customer services it provides to Electric ESPs.




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                ESP CREDIT APPLICATION AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

                The following shows the first page of the ESP Credit Application.




                1.2 - ESP CREDIT APPLICATION (PAGE 1 OF 2)

                All Electric ESPs interested in participating in DA with PG&E must complete the ESP Credit Application
                and submit a set of financial statements pursuant to the specifications of the ESP Credit Application.




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                ESP CREDITWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS

                Electric ESPs planning to offer Consolidated ESP billing to end-use customers must meet DA tariff
                creditworthiness requirements. Electric ESPs who plan to offer either UDC Consolidated or Separate
                billing to end-use customers may also be subject to creditworthiness requirements. In some cases, PG&E
                will require Separate billing for Electric ESPs who fail to meet creditworthiness requirements.
                Additionally, PG&E may require advance payment of authorized service fees for Electric ESPs who offer
                either UDC Consolidated or Separate billing.


                CREDIT EVALUATION PARAMETERS

                Electric ESPs who satisfy primary or alternate creditworthiness requirements as described below may
                offer Consolidated ESP billing to end-use customers. The parameters for credit evaluations and security
                deposits are summarized below. Electric ESPs should consult PG&E’s DA Rule 22, Section N for
                comprehensive details regarding credit evaluation provisions.


                PRIMARY CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

                PG&E will consider an Electric ESP creditworthy if it has obtained a credit rating of either:

                    Baa2 or higher from Moody’s

                    BBB or higher from Standard & Poor’s, Fitch, or Duff & Phelps

                The credit evaluation may be conducted by an outside credit analysis agency, as determined by PG&E.


                ALTERNATE CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

                Electric ESPs may provide credit security in lieu of satisfying the unsecured credit requirements outlined
                above. The amount of the security required to establish credit will be twice the estimated maximum
                monthly bill for PG&E charges.

                With PG&E’s approval, credit security may be in the form of any of the following:

                1.   Cash deposit

                2.   Letter of credit

                3.   Surety bond

                4.   Guarantee, with the guarantor having a credit rating of

                        Baa2 or higher from Moody’s




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                       BBB or higher from Standard & Poor’s, Fitch, or Duff & Phelps

                Electric ESPs can download PG&E’s Guarantee document from the ESP Resource Center website (see
                Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook) or can be obtained by calling the ESP
                Services hotline at 415-973-1666.

                The following exhibit is an example of the first page of PG&E’s Corporate Guarantee document.




                    1.3 – CORPORATE GUARANTEE (PAGE 1 OF 4)




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                DIRECT ACCESS CONSOLIDATED BILLING OPTIONS WORKSHEET

                The following shows the first page of the Direct Access Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet.




                1.4 - DIRECT ACCESS CONSOLIDATED BILLING OPTIONS W ORKSHEET (PAGE 1 OF 2)




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                INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE DIRECT ACCESS CONSOLIDATED BILLING
                OPTIONS WORKSHEET

                Specifications made by the Electric ESP on this worksheet will determine the bill format that is generated
                for Consolidated ESP and Consolidated UDC invoices to end-use customers.

                         1.   Electric ESPs will need to mark the checkbox(es) for the consolidated billing option(s) that
                              it plans to provide.

                         2.   For each consolidated billing option section, the Electric ESP indicates the additional
                              options that it would like PG&E to provide.

                         3.   As some services are exclusive of others, the Electric ESP should only select one option
                              where indicated.


                REQUIRED FORMAT FOR THE PG&E BILL DETAIL PAGE INCLUDED ON CONSOLIDATED
                ELECTRIC ESP BILLS

                Electric ESPs who plan to offer the Consolidated ESP billing option should be aware of PG&E’s
                requirements for the format of the PG&E bill detail page. Detailed information and examples of PG&E’s
                bill format requirements are addressed within Chapter 7: Billing, under the section heading Consolidated
                UDC Billing.


                EDI TRADING PARTNER AGREEMENT

                The following shows the first page of the EDI Trading Partner Agreement.

                The EDI Trading Partner Agreement consists of the main agreement text and an Appendix to the
                agreement. The Electric ESP will need to complete sections within both the EDI Trading Partner
                Agreement and the Appendix to the agreement as indicated below.


                MAIN AGREEMENT

                In section 5.0 under Trade Partner, the ESP corporate representative signs on the signature line and
                provides their printed name, title, and date on the appropriate lines.

                The following shows the first page of the EDI Trading Partner Agreement.




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                1.5 - ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI) TRADING PARTNER AGREEMENT (PAGE 1 OF 7)


                APPENDIX

                The following shows the first page of the Appendix to the EDI Trading Partner Agreement. The
                Appendix is a part of the EDI Trading Partner Agreement document.




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                1.6 - APPENDIX TO THE EDI TRADING PARTNER AGREEMENT

                1.   Under the Documents section, list any electronic transactions which will be performed. For
                     Consolidated ESP billing, these transactions will include 810 (invoice), 820 (send and remit
                     payment), and 997 (acknowledgment). Since the 810, 820, and 997 transactions are currently the
                     most common, they have been included on the Appendix.

                2.   Under the Third Party Service Providers section, specify the Electric ESP’s legal, business name,
                     address, and telephone number.

                3.   Under the Security Procedures section, describe any security procedures with respect to the
                     transmission of documents.




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                4.   Under the Existing Agreements section, the Electric ESP will need to list any special conditions and
                     agreements which may impact how the exchange of Consolidated ESP billing information must be
                     handled.


                EDI SETUP FORM

                The following shows the EDI Setup Form.




                1.7 - EDI SETUP FORM




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                In order to initiate EDI setup with PG&E, the Electric ESP will need to complete the EDI Setup Form,
                indicating EDI contacts, Value Added Network (VAN), version, supported transaction sets, value added
                service bank, bank transit routing number, bank account number, etc.


                METER DATA MANAGEMENT AGENT (MDMA) QUALIFICATION/APPROVAL

                Electric ESPs who wish to provide MDMA services or use the services of an MDMA other than PG&E
                will need to have their prospective MDMA complete and submit the PG&E’s Application for MDMA
                Approval and MDMA Approval Checklist to ESP Services by fax (415-973-8494) or mail (see next
                section). The application and checklist are available through the “DA Documents” link on the ESP
                Resource Center website (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook). The name
                of the document is “MDMA Qualification Instructions”. For detailed information on the MDMA
                approval process, see the section Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Requirements in Chapter 5:
                Metering.


2. Electric ESP submits completed DA startup documentation to ESP Services
                Electric ESPs will need to submit two (2) sets of completed and executed DA forms, with original
                signatures, as well as one set of financial statements, to PG&E at the following address:
                                                     ESP Services
                                                     Yolanda Lerma
                                                     Pacific Gas and Electric Company
                                                     77 Beale Street
                                                     P.O. Box 770000
                                                     M/C B19C
                                                     San Francisco, CA 94177

3. ESP Services Representative contacts Electric ESP upon receipt of DA
   startup documents
                ESP Services reviews every set of DA startup documentation received from Electric ESPs to ensure that
                all information required for the level of service that the Electric ESP intends to offer to its end-use
                customers has been provided. An ESP Services Representative will contact the Electric ESP upon receipt
                of the DA startup documentation package to discuss the next steps related to DA participation, such as the
                submission of DASRs, or to request additional information from the Electric ESP.


4. PG&E reviews all submitted DA startup documentation
                The sections below describe PG&E’s role in reviewing the DA forms and documents, which the Electric
                ESP has submitted. The first section provides a process timeline and is followed by sections describing
                how PG&E handles each type of DA document.




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                DA STARTUP DOCUMENTATION REVIEW TIMELINE

                The timeline below illustrates the amount of time that an Electric ESP should expect for the review of DA
                documents submitted to PG&E. Under normal conditions, PG&E will ensure that document processing
                takes place within the time allowances indicated below. Electric ESPs should use the timeline to assist
                with the planning of their DA roll-out.

                Day 1 on the timeline represents the day that ESP Services receives the DA documentation package from
                the Electric ESP. Timely processing of the ESP Service Agreement, ESP Credit Application, and EDI
                forms is contingent upon PG&E receiving all completed required documents from the Electric ESP.


                ESP SERVICE AGREEMENT PROCESSING

                1.   Under normal conditions, PG&E will execute the ESP Service Agreement within two business days
                     of receipt.

                2.   PG&E will forward one of the fully executed ESP Service Agreement documents to the Electric ESP
                     at the address indicated within Section 13.1 of the agreement.


                ESP CREDIT APPLICATION PROCESSING

                1.   Upon receipt of the Electric ESP’s credit application and financial statements, PG&E’s Credit Risk
                     Management Unit (CRMU) will review the application and other required financial information (i.e.
                     Moody’s, D&B, audited financial statements) to determine the credit worthiness of the Electric ESP
                     in accordance with the provisions under PG&E’s DA Rule 22.

                     If the CRMU has the completed ESP Credit Application, financial statements, and any other
                     documentation necessary to conduct its credit evaluation of the Electric ESP, the process normally
                     will be completed within ten (10) business days.

                2.   The CRMU will advise the Electric ESP and PG&E’s ESP Services regarding the outcome of the
                     Electric ESP’s credit evaluation (i.e. if the Electric ESP’s credit rating is sufficient, or if PG&E will
                     require additional security).

                3.   Once ESP Services has been informed that the Electric ESP’s credit has been either approved or
                     denied, it will reflect the appropriate information in PG&E’s ESP database, which is used to validate
                     the DASRs PG&E receives from the Electric ESP.

                4.   The original credit documents (for example, credit application, financial statements, surety bond,
                     letter of credit or guarantee), will be maintained in a file at PG&E’s CRMU.




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                CREDIT ACCEPTANCE

                If the Electric ESP’s credit is approved, the Electric ESP will be eligible to offer Consolidated ESP billing
                to end-use customers.


                CREDIT DENIAL

                If the credit requirements outlined above are not met, the Electric ESP will not be eligible to offer
                Consolidated ESP billing to end-use customers until credit is established. PG&E will automatically
                establish Separate billing for the Electric ESP, unless the Electric ESP requests Consolidated UDC
                billing.


                DIRECT ACCESS CONSOLIDATED BILLING OPTIONS WORKSHEET

                PG&E will process the Direct Access Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet internally upon receipt.


                EDI TRADING PARTNER AGREEMENT PROCESSING

                1.   PG&E will normally execute the EDI Trading Partner Agreement within two business days of receipt.

                2.   PG&E will forward one of the fully executed EDI Trading Partner Agreement documents to the
                     Electric ESP at the address provided.


                EDI SETUP FORM

                PG&E will process the EDI Setup Form internally upon receipt.


                MDMA APPLICATION AND CHECKLIST

                PG&E will process the Application for MDMA Approval and MDMA Approval Checklist within ten (10)
                days of receipt.


5. ESP Services Representative informs the Electric ESP of the type of DA
   participation for which it is eligible
                An ESP Services Representative will inform the Electric ESP of the type of DA participation for which it
                is currently eligible. If the Electric ESP correctly completed and executed the ESP Service Agreement, it
                should be able to participate in DA and offer Separate billing to its end-use customers.




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                The Electric ESP will be eligible to offer Consolidated ESP billing to its customers if it has obtained
                credit approval, has submitted a completed Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet, and has submitted
                the EDI Trading Partner Agreement and EDI Setup Form. However, the Electric ESP will not be able to
                activate Consolidated ESP billing until it has fulfilled the applicable systems requirements for EDI, which
                are discussed in Chapter 3: Direct Access Setup.




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Information Websites

                Electric ESPs may wish to add the following sites as “favorite” links on their web browsers for easy
                access to information about PG&E’s Direct Access program.

                  NAME                         ADDRESS

                  PG&E Corporation             WWW .PGE.COM


                  Electric ESP (Electric       WWW .PGE.COM/ESP
                  Energy Service Provider)
                  Resource Center

                  Gas ESP (Gas Energy          WWW .PGE.COM/CTA
                  Service Provider) Resource
                  Center

                  EDI                          WWW .PGE.COM/EDI


                  Web Tariff Book              WWW .PGE.COM/TARIFFS


                  DES                          MADS.PGE.COM


                  CPUC                         WWW .CPUC.CA.GOV


                  California Independent       WWW .CAISO.COM
                  Systems Operator (CAISO)




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CHAPTER 2




DIRECT ACCESS SETUP


Overview

            Prior to offering DA to end-use customers through submission of a Direct Access Service Request
            (DASR), the Electric ESP must satisfy certain requirements with respect to electronic data exchange and
            metering. For instance, the Electric ESP must both establish a systems infrastructure which is capable of
            handling the transmission of information in a format acceptable to PG&E and also have the capability to
            exchange information with PG&E over the Internet.


Prerequisites

            Prior to obtaining proceeding with DA setup, the Electric ESP must fulfill the following:

                        Register with the CPUC if it intends to serve Small Customers.

                        Complete, execute, and submit the ESP Service Agreement and ESP Credit Application.
                         (See Chapter 1)

                        Complete, execute, and submit the Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet if planning to
                         offer consolidated billing options. Complete, execute, and submit the EDI Trading Partner
                         Agreement and EDI Setup Form if planning to offer Consolidated ESP billing. If applicable
                         documents are not submitted, PG&E will default billing option selection to Separate billing.
                         (See Chapter 1)

                        Obtain credit approval from PG&E if planning to offer Consolidated ESP billing. If credit is
                         not approved, PG&E will default billing option to Separate billing. (See Chapter 1)
Checklist of key steps

                  #      STEP

                  1.     Prepare systems setup for electronic data exchange

                  2.     Review electronic transfer procedures and rules as designated by PG&E for DES
                         and EDI (if applicable)

                  3.     Review electronic transfer procedures and rules as designated by PG&E for DES
                         and EDI (if applicable)



Direct Access Setup Illustrated

                  Prepare systems
                      setup for
                   electronic data
                      exchange




                   Review electronic
                  transfer procedures
                      and rules as
                 designated by PG&E
                  for DES and EDI (if
                       applicable




                   Review electronic
                  transfer procedures
                      and rules as
                 designated by PG&E
                  for DES and EDI (if
                       applicable




Procedures

                This section provides a detailed discussion of the process steps outlined within the Checklist of Key Steps.




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Electronic data exchange synopsis
                Participation in DA will require that Electric ESPs are capable of exchanging service account information
                electronically with PG&E. Currently all DA information is transmitted using data transfer protocol, which
                allows Electric ESPs to submit administrative DA transactions (i.e. DA setup, DA service termination,
                meter usage, billing service options, customer service account changes, etc.) to PG&E through the
                Internet. Data exchange between PG&E and the ESP is accomplished when the ESP retrieves response
                data from a data directory that has been established for them. Data entry and Internet connectivity will be
                facilitated by the Data Exchange Service (DES), which Electric ESPs can easily install locally on their
                systems.

                Additionally, the transmission of financial information (i.e. Electric ESP/PG&E charges and payments)
                will be required via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) protocol will also be required for Electric ESPs
                who plan to offer the Consolidated ESP billing option to end-use customers.


1. Prepare systems setup for electronic data exchange
                The first step involved with electronic data transfer is to establish a systems environment which can
                support the processing requirements related to DASRs and Consolidated ESP billing transactions. The
                following requirements summarized below are further elaborated upon in Sections C and D of Rule 22:

                         1.   An Electric ESP will be required to meet electronic data exchange requirements as specified
                              by PG&E. To commence the process for establishing this requirement, the Electric ESP
                              must contact PG&E.

                         2.   PG&E may allow alternative arrangements to electronic data exchange at its discretion for
                              certain transactions.

                         3.   An Electric ESP must have the capability to exchange data with PG&E via the Internet.

                         4.   The Electric ESP must have the capability to communicate to and from Metering and Data
                              Management Agent (MDMA) servers for the sharing of meter reading and usage data.

                         5.   The Electric ESP must have the capability to perform Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) if it
                              will be offering ESP or UDC Consolidated billing options.

                         6.   To commence the process for establishing EDI, the Electric ESP must contact PG&E and
                              shall be required to enter into a trading partner agreement in the form by completing and
                              submitting the EDI Trading Partner Agreement to PG&E.


2. Review electronic transfer procedures and rules as designated by PG&E for
   DES and EDI (if applicable).
                Electric ESPs who participate in DA with PG&E will need to conform to specific electronic transfer
                procedures and rules as discussed below.




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                DATA TRANSFER SPECIFICS: HOW DES IS USED TO EXCHANGE DA INFORMATION

                DES was developed specifically to transmit gas and electricity utility metering, billing, and administrative
                information contained within DASRs between Electric ESPs, UDCs, Metering Agents (MA), and Billing
                Agents (BA).

                Information is transmitted between the Electric ESP and PG&E through DES over the Internet (World
                Wide Web). All DASRs that the Electric ESP submits through DES are transmitted to a data repository
                external to PG&E’s firewall called the “QUE” and are automatically time stamped upon arrival. The time
                stamp determines the priority of the DASR. These DASRs are then forwarded in order of priority to a
                server inside PG&E’s firewall called the PG&E DASR Interface (“DASR Interface”), where they are
                further processed by priority within PG&E’s Customer Information System (CIS).

                DASRs that PG&E transmits to the Electric ESP are initially placed in the DASR Interface and then
                forwarded to the QUE, from which the Electric ESP can download or view the DASRs.

                The diagram below depicts the information channels used when DASRs are submitted.




                       ESP


                                                               Fire
                                                                               PG&E DASR
                                           Que                Wall              Interface

                       ESP
                                                                                                             CIS
                                                                                                     CS05 Switching Logic




                       ESP




                2.1: DASR SUBMITTAL INFORMATION FLOW CHANNELS


DES implementation

                KEY DES CONTACTS

                Questions regarding DES protocol or systems implementation requirements related to DES should be
                directed to:




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                  CONTACT                                    CONTACT INFO

                  LYNN MCELHATTON, USER ACCESS CONTROL       PHONE: (415) 973-8080
                  AND DES ADMINISTRATOR
                                                             EMAIL: LDMJ@PGE.COM



                DES WEB SITE

                Electric ESPs can also consult the DES Internet site at for information about using DES to transmit EDI
                data. The exhibit below provides an example of the DES index page.




                2.2: DES WEBSITE

                    NOTE: The demos provided serve as tutorials for using DES. As indicated, documentation is
                    also available through the site and includes the information topics listed below.


EDI data transfer

                Electronic Data Interchange, (EDI) is the exchange of business data in a standardized format between
                business computer systems. EDI represents a fundamental change in the way companies transact business.
                It replaces paper-intensive functions with efficient electronic transactions and eliminates the need for
                printing and mailing business information. By using standard formats and languages, the computerized
                data can be electronically transmitted between two companies and interpreted automatically.




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                The process of sending data via EDI requires a series of steps on the part of the sending and receiving
                partners (known as Trading Partners). Once the foundation of your EDI message is defined, most of these
                steps will be either automated or procedures will be developed.

                Pacific Gas and Electric Company presently utilizes Value Added Networks (VAN's) for EDI Outbound
                810 billing transactions. We also have the ability to utilize EDI over Internet connectivity for EDI
                Outbound 810 billing transactions to Energy Service Providers.

                The EDI contacts below can provide valuable guidance and advice. EDI Direct Access transaction sets are
                summarized below the contact table.


EDI contacts
                Questions regarding EDI protocol or systems implementation requirements related to DES should be
                directed to:

                  CONTACT                                  FUNCTIONAL AREA            CONTACT INFO

                  TOM ELDER                                BILLING                    PHONE: (415) 973-5119
                  SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER                                              EMAIL: TXE6@pge.com



                FOR MORE INFORMATION

                For additional, detailed information on the EDI process, visit the EDI Web site.


EDI Direct Access transaction sets

                TRANSACTION SET 810 - BILLING

                The 810 Transaction Set is used to provide established PG&E billing data in an electronic format to its
                customers. The billing data provided electronically reflects the same information that appears on a
                traditional paper bill and is consistent with national standards for EDI.


                TRANSACTION SET 814 - DIRECT ACCESS SERVICE REQUEST (DASR)

                The 814 Transaction Set or DASR is sent between the Utility and Energy Service Providers (ESPs) for
                purposes such as connecting a customer (i.e. Connect Request), updating a significant customer event (i.e.
                Update Request/Notification), or disconnecting a customer (i.e. Disconnect Request).

                    NOTE: that an Electric ESP that exchanges 814 EDI data with PG&E must also be able to
                    receive 867 EDI. The 867 is used to pass the required 12 months of usage history for the
                    customer to the Electric ESP.




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                TRANSACTION SET 820 - PAYMENT AND REMITTANCE ORDER

                The 820 Transaction Set is used to make a payment and send a remittance advice. This transaction set can
                be an order to a financial institution to make a payment to a payee. It can also be a remittance advice
                identifying the detail needed to perform cash application to the payee's accounts receivable system.
                PG&E's application requires that the 820 go through a financial institution.


                867 - METER USAGE

                The 867 Transaction Set is used to transfer meter usage data. Where the Electric ESP is the MDMA the
                867 will be sent to PG&E as in inbound file. Where PG&E is the MDMA the 867 will be sent as an
                outbound file to the Electric ESP. Refer to the implementation checklists below for both the 867 inbound
                and outbound requirements.


                997 - FUNCTIONAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT

                The “Draft Standard for Trial Use” contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Functional
                Acknowledgment Transaction Set (997),. Transaction Set 997 can be used to define the control structures
                for a set of acknowledgments to indicate the results of the syntactical analysis of the electronically
                encoded documents. The encoded documents are the transaction sets, which are grouped in functional
                groups, used in defining transactions for business data interchange. This standard does not cover the
                semantic meaning of the information encoded in the transaction sets.


Test the viability and accuracy of data transferred to PG&E using DES
                PG&E requires each Electric ESP to conduct electronic data transfer testing. Therefore, the Electric ESP
                will need to develop a viable test plan with respect to testing the transfer of DA information to PG&E via
                DES. Testing requirements, testing implementation framework, and required downloadable programs are
                available to Electric ESPs on the DES Web site.




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CHAPTER 3




PROCESSING DIRECT ACCESS
SERVICE REQUESTS (DASRS)


Overview

            This chapter discusses the processing cycle associated with Direct Access Service Requests (DASRs) and
            the establishment of Electric ESP services to include: DA enrollment, cancellation of DASRs, DA service
            termination, and DA account maintenance. The chapter also describes how DASRs are prioritized for
            processing once received by PG&E and when DA service will commence after a setup DASR has been
            accepted.


Definition of Terms
            Direct Access Service Requests (DASRs) are the electronic records used to initiate, update and cancel
            Direct Access service options between Electric ESPs and end-use customers. Electric ESPs are
            authorized by end-use customers to submit DASRs for service accounts that desire to switch to DA,
            change Electric ESPs, cancel DA, etc. An approved DASR will become a part of the ESP Service
            Agreement and will be used to define the services that PG&E will be providing to the customer.

            Customers with more than one account with PG&E at the same premises may choose DA or full service
            for each separate account. However, a customer may not partition the load at a single meter or on a single
            account with multiple meters.

            In order to establish DA service for end-use customers, Electric ESPs must submit DASRs, which provide
            detailed information about the service requirements for a given customer. An end-use customer may not
            directly submit a DASR to PG&E unless that customer has agreed to act as an Electric ESP on its own
            behalf. The Electric ESP must submit all DASR information electronically through DES using the
            protocol discussed previously within the Electronic Data Exchange section of Chapter 2: Direct Access
            Setup.
                   TRANSACTION #      COMMUNICATION       DESCRIPTION OF TRANSACTION
                                      FLOW

                         1            (ELECTRIC ESP TO    setup/establish direct access with customer
                                      UDC)

                         2            (ELECTRIC ESP TO    discontinue direct access with customer
                                      UDC)

                         3            (UDC TO ELECTRIC    acknowledge success of direct access request
                                      ESP)

                         4            (UDC TO ELECTRIC    acknowledge failure of direct access request
                                      ESP)

                         5            (UDC TO ELECTRIC    acknowledge actual switch of service provider
                                      ESP)

                         6            (ELECTRIC ESP TO    acknowledge receipt of switch notification
                                      UDC)

                         7            (UDC TO ELECTRIC    notify of shutoff or turn-on of service
                                      ESP)

                         8            (ELECTRIC ESP TO    account maintenance (i.e., customer rate schedule
                                      UDC) OR (UDC TO     change)
                                      SP)

                3.1 - FLOW OF DASR TRANSACTION INFORMATION



Prerequisites

                Prior to obtaining customer information and submitting DASRs, the Electric ESP must fulfill the
                following:

                       Register with the CPUC if it intends to serve small customers.

                       Complete, execute, and submit the ESP Service Agreement and ESP Credit Application (See
                        Chapter 1: Electric ESP Direct Access Preliminary Procedures).

                       Complete, execute, and submit the Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet if planning to offer
                        consolidated billing options.

                       Complete, execute, and submit the EDI Trading Partner Agreement and EDI Setup Form if
                        planning to offer Consolidated ESP billing. (See Chapter 1: Electric ESP Direct Access
                        Preliminary Procedures).

                       Obtain credit approval from PG&E if planning to offer Consolidated ESP billing. If credit is not
                        approved, PG&E will default billing option to Separate billing. (See Chapter 1)




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                          Prepare information systems setup for electronic data exchange. (See Chapter 2)

                          Confirm the viability and accuracy of information transferred to PG&E by performing data
                           exchange testing in accordance with PG&E requirements. (See Chapter 2)

                          Meet the requirements of CPUC Code Section 365(b)(2) (renewable supplier status) if the DASR
                           indicates that the Customer and Electric ESP claim the status afforded by that code section.
                           DASRs in which the Electric ESP and the Customer claim the status afforded by Section
                           365(b)(2) will be given priority in the processing of the DASR in the event of backlog.

                Additionally, Electric ESP customers who wish to obtain DA services are subject to the following
                requirements and conditions:

                                 A customer must have a service account number assigned by PG&E before the customer
                                  may authorize an Electric ESP to submit a DASR on its behalf. If the customer is new to the
                                  service territory or is moving to a different physical location within the service territory, the
                                  customer must first establish an account with PG&E and receive an account number. This
                                  account number will be used for the submission of the initial DASRs.


Checklist of key steps

                  #        STEP

                  1.       Electric ESP obtains customer authorization to submit a DASR on their behalf.

                  2.       Electric ESP obtains Customer CTC Agreement, if required.

                  3.       Electric ESP determines DASR transaction and obtains customer information
                           required to complete DASR.

                  4.       Electric ESP completes DASR information.

                  5.       Electric ESP submits DASR to PG&E through DES.

                  6.       PG&E processes DASR.

                  7.       PG&E sends a confirmation, rejection, or pending notification to Electric ESP within
                           two business days.



Processing DASRs Illustrated

                The diagram below depicts the primary procedures related to processing DASRs.




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                      ESP obtains
                       customer
                    authorization to
                    submit a DASR




                      ESP obtains
                     customer CTC
                      agreement, if
                        required


                     ESP evaluates
                      customer DA
                  elections and obtains
                    appropriate data



                    ESP completes
                       DASR




                  ESP submits DASR
                    through DES




                    PG&E evaluates
                       DASR

                                                      PG&E sends rejection      ESP resolves DASR
                                                     notice to ESP & customer         issues
                                         No-reject
                                                                                    Yes
                     Accept DASR
                                       No-pending
                                                                                 Pending for
                                                       PG&E sends pending
                                                                                 more than 11
                                                     notice to ESP & customer
                          Yes                                                       days?


                     PG&E sends                           No
                  acceptance notice to
                    ESP & customer
                    performs DASR
                      transaction




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Procedures

                This section provides a detailed discussion of the process steps outlined within the Checklist of Key Steps.


1. Electric ESP obtains customer authorization to submit a DASR on its behalf
                An Electric ESP must receive authorization from the end-use customer in order to submit a DASR on its
                behalf. The customer can authorize any of the available DASR transactions such as DA setup, DA
                termination, and switch of Electric ESP.


2. Electric ESP obtains customer CTC Agreement, if required
                As a condition of receiving DA service, DA customers will be responsible for paying for all Competition
                Transition Charges (CTC) and other non-bypassable charges authorized by the CPUC for the UDC to
                recover from customers in accordance with state law. DA customers are required to confirm this
                responsibility in writing provided to the Electric ESP, unless the customer is exempt from the requirement
                to provide such a confirmation in writing pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 370. Where the
                customer disputes its obligations to pay CTC for a particular account, the customer may condition its
                agreement on resolution of the dispute, provided that the customer has formally requested the CPUC to
                grant such relief. However, the existence of such a dispute does not relieve the customer from the
                obligation of paying CTC while the dispute is pending. PG&E will continue to bill the customer (either
                directly or indirectly through its Electric ESP, depending on the billing option selected) for such charges.
                The customer must pay all charges, but may pay any amounts in disputes in accordance with Rule 10,
                pending resolution of the dispute.


3. Electric ESP evaluates customer DA elections and obtains customer
   information required to complete DASR
                Electric ESPs can designate different types of transactions on a given DASR. The table below lists the
                transactions, which the Electric ESP can initiate on behalf of an end-use customer. The table also
                identifies key customer information that the Electric ESP will need to obtain depending on the type of
                transaction. In addition to the customer information outlined below, there are additional field
                requirements for each of the transactions. These requirements are available through the DES Web site at
                (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook).

                The designations correspond to those specified in the DASR transaction descriptions.




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                 TRANSACTION #      DESCRIPTION OF           REQUIRED CUSTOMER INFORMATION
                                    TRANSACTION

                 1                  SETUP/ESTABLISH DIRECT      Customer Name
                                    ACCESS WITH CUSTOMER        Service Account Address and current service
                                                                 Zip
                                                                UDC Customer Account Number
                                                                Service Relationship Provided
                                                                Provider (Electric ESP, UTC)
                                                                Commodity (i.e. electric, gas)
                                                                Billing Option (i.e. UDC-consolidated,
                                                                 Consolidated ESP, dual)
                                                                Renewable Energy Provider Requested
                                                                Life Support Customer status*

                 2                  DISCONTINUE DIRECT          UDC Customer Account Number
                                    ACCESS WITH CUSTOMER        Service Relationship Energy Provided (i.e.
                                                                 electric, gas)
                                                                Customer Name
                                                                Service Account Address and current service
                                                                 Zip

                 6                  ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT         Provide information contained in the
                                    OF SWITCH NOTIFICATION       acknowledgment of actual switch of service
                                                                 provider

                 10                 ACCOUNT MAINTENANCE         UDC Customer Account Number
                                    (I.E., CUSTOMER RATE        Service Relationship Energy Provided (i.e.
                                    SCHEDULE CHANGE)             electric, gas)
                                                                Customer Name
                                                                Service Account Address
                                                                Account information the customer wants to
                                                                 change

                 11                 ACCOUNT UPDATE (I.E.        Same as #10, Account Maintenance, above
                                    METERING
                                    RELATIONSHIPS, BILLING
                                    OPTIONS)




5. Electric ESP submits DASR to PG&E through DES
                Upon entering the required DASR transaction information, the Electric ESP submits the DASR file
                through DES by typing the following command at the DOS prompt:

                      NOTE: Successful implementation of the data exchange test procedure outlined with the
                      previous chapter required the Electric ESP to install the put.exe and get.exe files locally. If
                      put.exe and get.exe are not currently installed on the Electric ESP’s local workstation, the
                      Electric ESP will need to install these programs. Again the files and downloading instructions
                      are available through the DES Web site.




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6. PG&E processes DASR
                The illustration below represents the timing associated with processing a DASR.



                   Day 0                   Day 2                                       Day 7                                  Day 18
                                                                                               PG&E w ill provide, along
                                                                            PG&E sends
                          PG&E sends                                                              w ith the confirmation
                                                                                DASR
                        acknow ledgment                                                            notice, information
                                                     Does PG&E               acceptance
                        to ESP that they                             Y es                        regarding w hen the DA
                                                   accept the DASR          confirmation
                       have received the                                                           customer w ill begin
                                                                              to ESP &
                             DASR                                                               receiving ESP services,
                                                                              customer
                                                                                               unless a meter is required




                                                                               PG&E
                                                                            notifies ESP
                                                         No
                                                                            & customer
                                                                                               PG&E w ill confirm or reject
                                                                              of error
                                                                                                DASRs in error pending
                                                                              pending
                                                                                                           status
                                                                              status or
                                                                              rejected
                                                                               DASR




                3.1 - DASR PROCESSING TIMELINE


                ELECTRONIC VALIDATION

                All DASRs undergo both transaction level validation, as described in DASR Validation and customer
                account validation, as described in the Account Validation section below. All validation rules are covered
                within the DES Web site (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook).


                DASR VALIDATION

                PG&E will electronically validate DASRs for accuracy and completeness. DASRs failing the basic
                accuracy validation will be rejected back to the Sending ESP. PG&E will communicate the reasons for
                rejecting a DASR in the Comments field of the DASR. PG&E will submit a confirmation, rejection or
                pending DASR to the Electric ESP within seven (7) business days of receipt.


                ACCOUNT VALIDATION

                Following successful accuracy validation, PG&E will attempt to electronically match the Receiver
                Customer Identifier field of the DASR to PG&E’s computer information system. PG&E’s customer
                account number, which is currently printed on the customer’s energy statement, along with the Service ID,
                which is printed on the “Details” page of the bill, are the best data available for the Receiver Customer
                Identifier field. However, due to the instability of the customer Service ID, PG&E has developed a




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                unique non-changing customer-commodity-location specific number called the External Reference ID or
                “XREF ID.”1 Once the XREF ID has been assigned to a DA commodity account, it will not change
                throughout the life of the account unless DA is cancelled. Essentially, the XREF ID provides a way to
                readily identify DA commodity accounts and to reference the history of the commodity even if the
                customer switches to different ESPs. PG&E will communicate the customer’s “XREF ID” (rather than
                “Service ID”) to the Electric ESP in the acceptance confirmation DASR. The Connect DASR will
                validate on the Service ID or XREF ID. The customer’s PG&E XREF ID is intended for use in all future
                transactions related to this customer’s service location and commodity. The PG&E account number or
                XREF ID is a requirement of all transactions.

                When a customer’s commodity account (i.e. electric or gas) undergoes its first DASR transaction, the
                current Service ID will be used to populate the XREF ID field and a new Service ID will be assigned to
                the commodity account. The Service ID replaces the “account number” on the current DASR form and is
                also represented on the “Detail” pages of the customer’s bill.

                In the event system validation fails to match the Receiver Customer Identifier supplied in the DASR, or
                the account/commodity status is other than open, the DASR will be rejected using the standard DASR
                acknowledgment process.

                Various PG&E programs and services require additional manual account preparation for certain Direct
                Access requests. For this reason, successful DASRs may contain a “memo” status informing the Electric
                ESP of additional manual preparation. These DASRs will, however, be accepted by PG&E and a DA
                effective date, if applicable, will be established and communicated to the Electric ESP in the confirmation
                DASR. The most common reasons for memo status will likely relate to metering installation and setup
                issues.


7. PG&E sends a confirmation, rejection, or pending notification to Electric
ESP
                Depending upon the results of the validation process, PG&E will electronically send a DASR acceptance
                confirmation, rejection, or pending notification to the Electric ESP. A notice will also be sent to the
                customer.


                ACCEPTANCE NOTICES

                An acceptance notice confirms that the DASR has been submitted successfully. If the DASR represented
                a DA setup transaction and meter installation is not pending for the service account, a notice
                acknowledging the actual switch of service provider and designating when the DA customer will begin
                Electric ESP service will also be sent to the Electric ESP and to the customer.




                1
                    Use of the “GEN ID” has been discontinued and replaced by the “XREF ID.”




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                REJECTION DASR

                A rejection notice provides specific information on why a given DASR was rejected.

                The table below provides information on error codes that are generated as a result of a rejected DASR.

                [Insert Gary’s Error Code Matrix]


Additional DASR procedures performed by PG&E
                Based upon the requested services designated by the Electric ESP, PG&E may be required to perform
                additional DASR procedures in order to complete the processing of the DASR transactions as described
                below.


                DASR FOR “NEW” PREMISES

                Although the current DA suspension rule does not allow new accounts to be eligible for DA, there are
                certain circumstances under which a DASR can be submitted for premise that may be considered “new”.
                DA eligibility, in general, is restricted to the following circumstances:

                    a)   Service Panel Upgrades

                    b) Bankruptcies

                    c)   Assignment of Contract to a new ESP

                    d) Mergers/Acquisitions/Corporate Reorganizations

                When applicable the ESP should contact ESP Services in advance to coordinate the submission of
                DASRs.


                ADDITIONAL SETUP TRANSACTION PROCEDURES

                         Billing and Billing Calculation Options. Electric ESPs will state their billing preference in
                         each DASR. Three billing options are allowed with DA including: 1) UDC (UDC-consolidated
                         bill for both ESP and UDC charges), 2) SP (Consolidated ESP bill for both ESP and UDC
                         charges), or 3) DUAL (UDC bills for UDC charges and Electric ESP bills for ESP charges).
                         PG&E will communicate the enrolled billing option in the confirmation transaction to the
                         Electric ESP. An example of an invalid billing option is a DASR requesting Consolidated ESP
                         billing by an Electric ESP that is not authorized to perform Consolidated ESP billing. Once the
                         account has been prepared for the requested billing option, PG&E will issue a new confirmation
                         DASR to the Electric ESP informing them of the billing option change and effective date.




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                        Various PG&E programs require manual account preparation for consolidated billing. PG&E
                        will determine which accounts require manual follow-up and will default those accounts to
                        Separate billing pending account preparation for consolidated billing. Customer account billing
                        options which may require manual preparation include:

                        Balanced Payment Plan (BPP). PG&E’s Balanced Payment Plan (BPP) provides customers
                        with levelized monthly bills. However, due to the various billing options offered with DA,
                        PG&E will not be able to offer BPP to DA accounts. Therefore, if a DASR is received and the
                        account is enrolled in BPP, PG&E will remove the account from BPP and send the customer a
                        bill for the account’s outstanding balance. This operation will not hinder the account from
                        becoming a DA account.

                        Automatic Payment Service (APS). PG&E’s Automatic Payment Service (APS) provides
                        customers the ability to pay their UDC bill through an automatic debit of their personal bank
                        account. For those accounts that will be served under the Consolidated ESP billing option, APS
                        must first be removed from the account before Consolidated ESP billing can be put into effect.
                        PG&E will flag the account for removal from APS. Following account preparation, PG&E will
                        place the account on Consolidated ESP billing and issue a confirmation DASR, informing the
                        Electric ESP of the billing option change and effective date.

                        Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). EDI provides the customer with the ability to pay their
                        UDC bill using an EDI interface. EDI is treated similar to APS. DASRs requesting the
                        Consolidated ESP billing option will require EDI to be removed from the account. PG&E will
                        follow-up to confirm the customer’s next EDI bank payment clears the account balance.
                        Following account preparation, PG&E will place the account on Consolidated ESP billing and
                        issue a new DASR confirmation to the Electric ESP of the billing option change and effective
                        date.

                        Balance Due. The Electric ESP must advise its customers that all past due balances owed for
                        bundled utility service must be paid prior to the start of Consolidated ESP billing service. PG&E
                        may pursue collection of the balance owing for bundled service from the customer in accordance
                        with its applicable rules, including if appropriate, termination of the customer’s service.

                        Rate Schedule Application. DASRs requesting the UDC-consolidated billing option must
                        include a valid Electric ESP Rate Name (SP Rate Schedule). Electric ESPs may submit account
                        maintenance DASR transactions to request a change to the SP Rate plan assigned to the account.


                ADDITIONAL TRANSACTION PROCEDURES FOR NEWLY ESTABLISHED PG&E ACCOUNT
                NUMBERS


                        Turn On (T/O). A UDC service turn-on (T/O) order is initiated when a customer establishes a
                        new account with PG&E. Customers must receive an account number from PG&E prior to an
                        Electric ESP submittal of a DASR for the customer at the new location. The DASR must be
                        submitted with a UDC account number containing at least nine (9) characters. This partial
                        account number will alert PG&E to search for a T/O request, allowing the new account to have
                        DA service on the requested service date.




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                ADDITIONAL SHUT OFF (S/O) AND SHUT-OFF NON-PAYMENT (SONP) TRANSACTION
                PROCEDURES


                        Shut-Offs initiated by the DA customer. In the event that a customer contacts PG&E to close
                        its utility service account, PG&E will notify both the servicing and pending Electric ESP with a
                        termination DASR. PG&E will notify the current Electric ESP by electronic mail in the event of
                        a shut-off for non-payment.


                ADDITIONAL CANCELLATION TRANSACTION PROCEDURES

                        Cancellation of pending DA service may be requested by the pending Electric ESP. The
                        pending Electric ESP can cancel a scheduled switch by submitting a DASR transaction, at least
                        three business days before the scheduled switch date. The request to cancel will be effective
                        immediately. The existing service provider (ESP or UDC) will remain in effect.

                        Termination of current DA service may be requested by the current Electric ESP. The
                        current Electric ESP may terminate service with a customer at any time. The request to terminate
                        service will be effective according to normal DA switching logic. The switch date will be the
                        next scheduled meter read date, which occurs fifteen (15) or more days after the DASR has been
                        received in the DASR Interface. Once the switch occurs, the customer would remain a full-
                        service customer with PG&E for at least one billing cycle before it could establish DA service
                        with another Electric ESP. If the current ESP has pending relationships, the UPDATE DASR
                        will recalculate the earliest possible start date for all relationships.


                ADDITIONAL CUSTOMER ACCOUNT DATA CHANGE TRANSACTION PROCEDURES

                PG&E will modify its customer account information upon direct customer request only, therefore, DASRs
                received by Electric ESPs communicating customer data changes will not be accepted and will reject back
                to the initiating Electric ESP.

                Electric ESPs may however, request their customer’s account information record from PG&E using the
                Customer Information Release Form. Upon request by the current or pending Electric ESP, PG&E will
                respond with a standard DASR Customer Account Information record. In the future, PG&E may
                implement automatic notification of customer data changes to the Electric ESP.


                ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL CUSTOMER HISTORICAL USAGE INFORMATION

                Upon DASR confirmation, up to 12 months of customer historical usage information will be released
                automatically to the pending Electric ESP if PG&E is acting as the energy provider.

                    NOTE: Historical usage information may be incomplete for some gas and electric services
                    where a meter change has taken place. In these instances, the ESP will be provided with
                    supplemental usage history via email.




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                SEAMLESS MOVE

                Direct access customers who move within the service territory can maintain electric DA service with their
                electric ESP. It is not necessary to begin with bundled service at the new location.


Seamless Move Procedures
                While gathering the necessary information to move the customer’s distribution service, the company’s call
                center determines whether the customer wants to continue to use the same Electric ESP. If “yes”, the
                company notifies the customer’s Electric ESP by e-mail. The company sends the e-mails once per day in
                a batch by noon, Pacific time. The Electric ESP must designate one person (one e-mail address) to
                receive the e-mails.

                The e-mail to the customer’s Electric ESP includes:

                             Customer name

                             Old service address

                             New service address (including ZIP code)

                             Old Service ID

                             New Service ID

                             New meter number (if required for DASR acceptance)

                             XREF ID

                             Requested turn-on date

                             Billing address (if different than the service address)

                             Type of move (“new”, “rescheduled”, or “cancel”)

                It may also contain, if available:

                             Rate class

                             New telephone number

                             Old Electric ESP customer account number

                The Electric ESP may use the data contained in the e-mail to submit a DASR to PG&E for service at the
                new location. This DASR must contain a “new customer” designation.




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                If the DASR was submitted at least three business days before the requested turn-on date, the customer
                will receive Direct Access service from that date. If the DASR was submitted less than three business
                days before the requested turn-on date, the customer will receive direct access service as of the next meter
                read date.

                The Electric ESP is responsible for communicating with the customer about their new service start dates
                in order to help the customer understand the process. In general, the seamless move procedures involves
                the steps indicated below:

                            Customer contacts their ESP to stop service at the current location and to start service at the
                             new one

                            The ESP contacts ESP Services about their customer’s seamless move.

                            The ESP is sent a Pending service disconnect DASR (SVC DISCONNECT) containing the
                             future stop date.

                            The ESP will then receive an acknowledgement DASR (ACK) for the new location, which
                             will contain the new XREF ID and actual stop date information.

                            The ESP’s customer identifier will remain unchanged.


Canceling a Seamless Move
                If the customer calls back to cancel the move, PG&E will either send a cancellation DASR to the Electric
                ESP if the ESP had already submitted a DASR for the new location, or send a cancellation e-mail to the
                Electric ESP if the ESP had not already submitted a DASR for the new location.

                In the event the customer’s Electric ESP is serving only a geographic subset of PG&E’s service territory,
                (a municipal aggregator, for example) and the customer is moving to a new location not served by the
                Electric ESP, the ESP will not submit a DASR on behalf of the customer at the new location.


Limits to a Seamless Move Option
                To be eligible for a seamless move, a customer must be:

                            An existing Direct Access customer.

                            Moving within the service territory.

                            A residential or small commercial customer who is load-profiled.

                All DASR options must remain the same from the existing or old service location to the new service
                location; that is, the MSP/MDMA/billing/meter owner options must be the same in both locations.




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                A change in responsible party, at the time of the move, constitutes a new customer and is not considered
                simply a move of distribution service location.

                Customers who move first, and notify PG&E after they have moved, will not be eligible for Direct Access
                at the time of initial service.




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CHAPTER 4




DA ELECTRONIC DATA
EXCHANGE CONTINGENCY
PLANS


Overview

            The objective of this chapter is to describe the contingency process for handling DA sign up should one or
            more elements of the DASR process fail. Although, failure of the electronic process is not anticipated, we
            have put procedures in place which will allow DASRs to be processed in the event of an unplanned
            systems-related problem.


Behind the scenes look at the DASR process
            DASRs which are submitted by Electric ESPs through DES are transmitted via the Internet to PG&E’s
            systems through a mail server called “QUE.” The QUE acts as a data repository for the Electric ESPs and
            PG&E to send and retrieve data. The QUE will sort and direct the incoming data by type. Once the data
            is in QUE, another system called the PG&E DASR Interface (“DASR Interface”) will retrieve the data for
            PG&E. The DASR Interface manages the data from the QUE. DASR Interface is a database that
            contains a list of transactions. It takes the data in and stores the transactions, (e.g., to whom we sent
            information to) the reasons why, and the data names (e.g. record type, operation type, service relation, SP
            identifier). DASR Interface also time-stamps the data, looks for data changes, conducts basic validation
            of data, error checks etc. Next, the DASR Interface sends the data to our Customer Information System
            (CIS). CIS contains the “CSO5” file--the logic for switching customers to direct access service. CSO5 is
            located in the “Master File”. At this point, the customer’s data would be “confirmed” or “rejected” back
            to the Electric ESP. This entire process is also know as the DASR or Direct Access Service Request.
DASR Server Communication Illustrated
                The diagram below depicts the flow of information between the external data repository QUE, PG&E’s
                DASR Interface, which confirms transactions, and the CIS switching logic which establishes DA service
                for a given customer.




                       ESP


                                                             Fire
                                                                             PG&E DASR
                                          Que                Wall             Interface

                       ESP
                                                                                                           CIS
                                                                                                   CS05 Switching Logic




                       ESP




                4.1 - INFORMATION FLOW BETWEEN QUE AND DASR INTERFACE


Risks
            At any point in this process described above, the electronic down-load or DASR could fail to operate as
            planned. Conversely, the Electric ESP’s system may also fail. The impact is that PG&E will be unable to
            sign-up customers for Direct Access through electronic means.


Event Scenario Back-up Plans

                The following sections describe possible scenarios resulting from Internet failure, Electric ESP/PG&E
                system incompatibility, ESP equipment failure or PG&E equipment failure.




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Electric ESP unable to communicate with DES



                       ESP


                                                                Fire
                                                                              PG&E DASR
                                            DES                 Wall           Interface

                       ESP
                                                                                                            CIS
                                                                                                    CS05 Switching Logic




                       ESP



                4.2 - ELECTRIC ESP UNABLE TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE QUE


                SITUATION

                The Electric ESP is unable to send information to PG&E’s QUE because of:

                             Electric ESP equipment failure.

                             The incompatibility of the Electric ESP’s system with that of PG&E.

                             Internet failure.

                             Failure of the QUE/DES.


                BACK-UP PLAN

                1.   The Electric ESP will notify PG&E’s ESP Services Hotline or PG&E’s ESP Services will notify
                     Electric ESPs that there is a problem either by fax or phone..

                2.   If there is a failure of the QUE but a connection through the Internet is available, the ESP will be
                     given instructions on sending the data file by email. If an Internet connection is not available, the
                     Electric ESP will save customer DASR requests on a disk as a comma-delimited .CSV file. The
                     format should be according to the EDI format as described within Chapter 2: Direct Access Setup in
                     the section, Review electronic transfer procedures.

                3.   The Electric ESP should express mail the disk to the following address, ESP Services, Pacific Gas
                     and Electric Company, 77 Beale Street, 19th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105.




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                4. PG&E will send a confirmation file back to the Electric ESP containing confirmation or rejection
                   data for each DASR.


Failure of PG&E equipment (DASR Interface & CIS)



          ESP


                                                Fire
                                                                PG&E DASR
                             Que                Wall             Interface

          ESP
                                                                                              CIS
                                                                                      CS05 Switching Logic




          ESP




                4.3 - FAILURE OF PG&E EQUIPMENT


                SITUATION

                The DASR Interface is unable to receive data from the QUE or pass data into CIS or PG&E’s CIS goes
                down.


                BACK-UP PLAN

                1.   This situation will be considered an emergency. ESP Services will notify all Electric ESPs of
                     emergency conditions.

                2.   PG&E will not accept DASRs until the problem has been resolved and the system is stable.

                3. The CIS “masterfile” will be responsible for all data validation checks if the DASR Interface goes
                   down.




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CHAPTER 5




METERING


Overview

            This chapter focuses on DA (Direct Access) interval metering including meter installation, meter
            maintenance obligations, Meter Data Management Agent requirements (including procedures for meter
            ownership), meter reading and meter data access.

            Within the context of this chapter, the term “meter” refers to an hourly, non-load profile meter, known as
            an “interval meter.”

            Interval meters are required for DA customers whose maximum electrical demand is equal to or exceeds
            50kW. Those DA customers whose demand is between 20-50kW may choose to have an interval data
            meter installed; however, meters already in place for customers whose demand is between 20-50kW
            already meet the requirements for DA load profile.

            If any customer, including those with an electrical demand is 50kW or below, wishes to participate in
            PG&E’s hourly PX rate option, that customer is required to have an interval data meter installed.

            Similarly, those customers on electric rate schedules A-10 and E19V will be required to have an interval
            meter installed if a “spike” of 80kW or over is reflected in their usage within the last 12 months.

            PG&E’s Rule 22, Direct Access Service, describes the terms and conditions that apply to both PG&E
            customers and Electric Energy Service Providers who participate in Direct Access. Fees for Direct
            Access services are described in PG&E Schedules E-DASR, E-ESP and E-EUS. Refer to PG&E’s Web
            Tariff Book (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook).


Metering Services
            While PG&E is hopeful this chapter provides the reader with basic information regarding DA Metering in
            PG&E’s service territory, we also strongly suggest contacting your PG&E assigned ESP Services
            Representative to arrange a meeting to discuss your metering plans, along with procedures and processes.
                METER SERVICE PROVIDER RESPONSIBILITIES

                While CPUC decisions refer to meter service providers (MSPs), the industry currently identifies Meter
                Installers and Meter Maintainers. ESPs may select approved Meter Installers and Meter Maintainers,
                including PG&E, to perform interval meter installations and maintenance.

                Responsibilities for Meter Installers and Meter Maintainers include:

                        meter installation

                        meter operation and maintenance services

                        meter testing and certification


                METER INSTALLATION STANDARDS

                Meter installations will be conducted according to the requirements specified in DASMMD. PG&E shall
                have no liability for any damage or injury caused by ESP-installed metering equipment.


                EFFECTIVE DIRECT ACCESS DATE

                The effective date and time of the switch to direct access are the time and date of the installation, unless
                the account is DA Ready (see the “DA Ready Meter” section). If the account is DA Ready, the switch date
                is the next meter read date. Also see the “Meter Work Not Completed Within 60 Days” section under the
                heading, “Return to Bundled Service from Direct Access and Meter Ownership – Bundled Safe Harbor.”


                METER MAINTENANCE

                The Meter Maintainer is responsible for the routine maintenance of all DA interval meters, including but
                not limited to, DA interval meter testing, record keeping to assure safe and proper operation of the DA
                interval meter, and timely repair in accordance with the CPUC’s (California Public Utilities
                Commission’s) and other applicable standards.


                METER EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

                All meters installed by ESPs or their Meter Installers shall meet all CPUC-approved Direct Access
                Standards for Metering and Meter Data (DASMMD) and shall be self-certified by the meter manufacturer
                with the CPUC.

                PG&E retains the right to replace an existing meter regardless of ownership if that meter fails to meet the
                requirements specified in DASMMD. If PG&E replaces the meter, the installation terms, conditions and
                procedures below will apply:




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                   If the ESP does not elect to provide metering services, PG&E will provide those services at fees
                    specified in PG&E’s rate schedules to the DA customer.

                   If PG&E removes the DA interval meter, PG&E will properly identify and return the meter to its
                    owner in the same condition as found within 5 business days.


Obtaining Meter Equipment Information for Existing Customer Accounts
                ESPs submit DASRs in accordance with guidelines provided in Chapters 2 and 3 of this handbook,
                “Processing Direct Access Service Requests.” Those DASRs which either require or request meter
                installations become meter installation orders.

                    NOTE: No Direct Access metering services may be provided or started by an ESP, its Meter
                    Installer or MDMA for any customer unless the ESP’s DASR has been accepted by and the
                    ESP’s work has been scheduled with PG&E.

                PG&E’s Meter Equipment Information web site provides authorized and secure access to ESPs and their
                designees, generally their Meter Installer, Meter Maintainer or MDMA, for information on existing
                metering equipment by customer account. For general information and procedures, see the Meter
                Equipment Information Web site.


                WEB SITE TEST

                ESPs are required to test the Meter Equipment Information web site to ensure their passwords are
                operational and meter information is easily downloaded. For further information on the Web Site Test, go
                to http://meterinfo.pge.com/3rdparty/login.asp.


                SELECTION OF THE METER INSTALLER

                As described in the Meter Service Provider Responsibilities paragraph of this chapter, the ESP may select
                PG&E as its Meter Installer or Meter Maintainer or select another Meter Installer or Meter Maintainer to
                perform metering services. Those services include meter installation, meter operation, maintenance,
                testing and calibration. Generally the work also includes the removal of the existing meter.

                PG&E metering services fees will be charged to the ESP in accordance with CPUC-filed tariffs. (See the
                filed document, E-ESP, located in the Web Tariff Book.)


                SCHEDULING METER REMOVALS AND INSTALLATIONS - PG&E AS METER INSTALLER

                When PG&E is the meter installer, meter installation scheduling is based upon the following:

                       Each DASR’s renewable and non-renewable energy supply status




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                        PG&E’s capacity to install meters which is dependent on its new construction volume, meter
                         compliance, and meter data recovery work

                        Date PG&E accepted the DASR on a first-come, first-served basis

                        Site readiness

                        Mutually agreed upon date

                The ESP is responsible to ensure the meter site is ready for the meter installation. A meter site is
                considered ready when PG&E has ESP-provided meters on hand and the meter telecommunications are in
                place and working.


                PG&E AS METER INSTALLER

                If the site is DA Ready with an interval meter in place or PG&E, as Meter Installer, installs a customer-
                owned DA interval meter, the ESP is responsible for the meter cost, local sales tax, Service Base Charge,
                meter removal and installation charges and the programming and testing of the DA interval meter in
                accordance with the filed rate schedules. (See PG&E’s Web Tariff Book.)


                METER SUPPLIED BY ESP

                If PG&E, as Meter Installer, installs an ESP-provided DA interval meter, the ESP will be responsible for
                the Service Base Charge, the meter removal and the meter installation charges. Additionally, If the ESP
                has not performed meter programming and testing, PG&E will charge for that work in accordance with
                the provisions of PG&E’s Direct Access Service Rule 22 and its filed rate schedules. (See PG&E’s Web
                Tariff Book.)


                DA READY METER

                A DA ready meter is an installed PG&E interval meter or a customer-owned meter that meets the CPUC’s
                interim meter standards and is currently phone line read.

                If an account has a PG&E DA ready meter, the ESP may elect to use this meter. Phone service account
                payment responsibility is described below in the paragraph entitled, “Responsibility - Phone Service
                Account Payment.”


                PHONE SERVICE NOTIFICATION - PG&E AS METER INSTALLER

                The ESP notifies PG&E’s MEG (Meter Event Group) by sending a “Phone Service Notification.” The
                Phone Service Notification can be downloaded from the “DA Documents” link on the ESP Resource
                Center Web site.




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                Upon receipt of the Phone Service Notification, PG&E then schedules the installations in accordance with
                its capacity to install meters and posts the scheduled date and order status update to its Meter Equipment
                Information Web site.

                If the ESPs want to coordinate a field meeting, they must notify the MEG by forwarding a “Field Meeting
                Request.” Fees charged to the ESP for the field meeting will be in accordance with PG&E’s rate
                schedules.


                COMPLETED METER INSTALLS

                PG&E will post completed meter removal and installation and maintenance work orders to PG&E’s Meter
                Equipment Information Web site.


                RE-SCHEDULING METER INSTALLATIONS

                         Site Not Ready. If at the time of the scheduled installation PG&E determines the site is not
                         ready, PG&E will notify the ESP.

                         Metering Equipment Not Available. If at the time of the scheduled installation, the metering
                         equipment (meter, cellular phone, etc.) is not on hand, PG&E will notify the ESP.

                         Other Operational Reasons. PG&E will notify the ESP of other operational reasons including,
                         but not limited to, regulatory compliance work, restoration of service, emergency response, new
                         business work load and meter repair and data recovery.


Scheduling Meter Removals and Installations - ESP as Meter Installer
                The CPUC’s decision, “Opinion Regarding Direct Access Implementation Plans and Related Tariffs - 97-
                10-087,” requires the ESP to provide UDCs with 5 business days advance notice of its meter installations.
                As part of PG&E’s implementation process of the CPUC requirement, ESPs are asked to submit install
                schedules no later than 3 working days prior to the scheduled date. The statewide accepted form can be
                found on the CPUC Web site and includes such data fields as:

                        UDC order number

                        Customer Account number

                        Customer name

                        Install Date

                        XREF ID

                        Install Time - if one of first 20 installations




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                        Meter Installer - if one of first 20 installations

                When an installation does not occur on the scheduled date, the ESP or its designee will notify PG&E’s
                Meter Event Group and advise PG&E of the status, i.e., new install date, on hold pending site access,
                telecommunications not in place, etc.

                Detailed Work Schedule - First Twenty Installations

                In accordance with the CPUC’s Decision Regarding Permanent Standards for Metering and Meter Data,
                98-12-080, a Meter Installer new to the PG&E service territory is required to provide PG&E with a
                schedule of its first 20 installations, including a description of all the procedures it will follow for
                removing and installing the meter, and what safety precautions it will take during those procedures.
                Additionally, PG&E will exercise its right to meet with the Meter Installer for the first 20 installations
                performed.


                METER INSTALLATION/REMOVAL NOTIFICATION *

                Within 3 business days of the meter removal and installation, the ESP shall return the MIRN (Meter
                Installation & Removal Notification) to PG&E. Additionally, PG&E will post all completed MIRNs to
                the PG&E Web site.


                RETURN OF PG&E METERS

                Within 10 business days from meter removal, the ESP must return the meter to:
                         PG&E Gas & Electric Meter Plant
                         42100 Boyce Road
                         Fremont, CA 94538
                         Attention: Marcia Holloway

Service Upgrades
                PG&E highly recommends that ESPs advise their customers to contact the ESPs as soon as customers
                know a service upgrade is in the planning stage. Generally, if the transfer of load to the new service is a
                gradual one, a new agreement must be set up to maintain DA service. After a DASR is automatically
                generated, the ESP is notified through the DASR notification process.

                The coordination of a phone line installation (if applicable) and meter install and removal prior to the
                service being energized is critical. Please also contact your assigned PG&E Meter Event Group
                representative as soon as possible to ensure a smooth transition.


Return to Bundled Service from Direct Access and Meter Ownership
                When a customer returns to bundled service from direct access and owns the interval meter, that meter
                may remain in service if:




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                       The meter meets the CPUC’s interval meter design specifications and is compatible with
                        PG&E’s meter reading systems.

                       And the customer:

                            Grants PG&E rights acceptable to PG&E to access, test, maintain and read the interval
                             meter at any time.

                            Pays any costs that PG&E incurs in providing metering services using the interval meter to
                             the extent those costs exceed the costs that PG&E would incur using a standard PG&E meter
                             for bundled service.

                            Agrees that PG&E may, at its discretion and at the customer’s expense, replace the interval
                             meter if it malfunctions with a standard PG&E meter for bundled service.

                If the meter is not compatible with PG&E meter reading systems, the meter will be replaced at customer
                expense with a standard PG&E meter.


                TRANSITIONAL BUNDLED SERVICE (TBS), ALSO KNOWN AS SAFE HARBOR

                On May 8, 2003 the CPUC issued Decision, D.03-05-034, the “Switching Order,” in order to adopt rules
                to implement what is known as the “Switching Exemption.” The new rules, implemented on February 19,
                2004 are outlined as follows:

                            A customer may return to Transitional Bundled Service (TBS) for a period of 80 days if the
                             customer’s intent is to find an ESP and continue on Direct Access Service. This period is
                             also referred to as Safe Harbor. Customers selecting TBS will pay spot market rates for
                             power for a certain period of time. (??? Aimee, should we refer the reader to the Billing
                             Chapter 7 or take out this last sentence about spot market rates?)

                            A customer may return to Bundled Service by providing six months advance notice of their
                             decision to the utility. During the six months, the customer may switch from one Third Party
                             ESP to another. Once returned to Bundled Service, the customer will have to remain on
                             Bundled Service for three years. The three-year minimum Bundled Service Commitment is
                             known as Bundled Portfolio Service (BPS).

                            A customer may request to return to Bundled Service without providing six months advance
                             notice to the utility. The customer will have to remain on Bundled Service for three years.
                             Customers that return to Bundled Service without six months notice will pay spot market
                             rates for power for a certain period of time. (??? Aimee, should we refer the reader to the
                             Billing Chapter 7 or take out this last sentence about spot market rates?)

                To summarize, if an ESP elects to discontinue service to a customer or a customer decides to contract with
                a different ESP for DA service, the customer enters TBS and then has 80 days to find a new ESP. If the
                customer does not find a new ESP within 80 days, they are automatically returned to PG&E Bundled
                Service for three years.




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                The following scenarios describe how customers may switch under the new guidelines.

                           Direct Access Swith to Transitional Bundled Service. A DA customer returns to TBS
                            while looking for a new ESP. Either the customer contacts PG&E to enter TBS or the ESP
                            submits a Disconnect DASR, which automatically puts the customer in TBS for 80 days.

                           Direct Access Customer Gives Notice to Return to BPS. A DA customer who is not in
                            TBS wants to return to BPS. The customer gives PG&E six-months notice and remains a
                            DA customer. During the six-month notice period, the customer can continue to switch
                            between ESPs. At month 5, PG&E generates a connect DASR for the account to return to
                            BPS.

                           Direct Access Customer Requests Switch to BPS ASAP. A DA customer who is not in
                            TBS requests a return to BPS and the account switches per DA switching rules.

                           Transitional Bundled Service Defaults to Bundled Portfolio Service. A DA customer
                            enters TBS while looking for a new ESP. The customer is unable to find a new ESP to
                            generate a connect DASR within the 80-day TBS period, so the customer defaults to BPS
                            for three years.

                           Transitional Bundled Service Switch to Direct Access. A new ESP submits a connect
                            DASR for a customer in TBS. The account switches to DA per DA switching rules.

                           Transitional Bundled Service Customer Gives Notice to Return to BPS. A DA
                            customer switches to TBS to look for a new ESP. While in TBS, the customer decides to
                            switch back to BPS. When the customer gives 6 months notice, PG&E switches the account
                            to BPS immediately instead of waiting 6 months to perform the switch.

                           ESP Wants Its Meter Back. When an account switches from DA to TBS, the ESP may
                            contact PG&E to request its meter back. PG&E also contacts the ESP to determine whether
                            or not the ESP wants its meter returned. PG&E then makes arrangements to return the meter
                            to the ESP.

                           Meter Work Not Completed Within 60 Days. If meter work is not completed within 60
                            days of an account switch, PG&E contacts the ESP to find out if the ESP will complete the
                            meter work. If the ESP has completed or will complete the meter work, PG&E updates its
                            systems to record the meter work. If the ESP will not complete the meter work, PG&E
                            schedules and performs the meter change. The account then switches to DA on the meter
                            change date or the next read date (whichever occurs first).


ESP Inquiries
                PG&E’s Meter Event Group works with ESPs to ensure that metering inquiries described below are
                answered in a timely manner:

                   Meter phone number




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                   Meter installations to include installation job forecasting

                   Research on the status/tracking of meters

                   Meter configuration data

                To contact a MEG analyst, see DA Contacts on the ESP Web site.

                For passwords, contact PG&E’s Telemetering Support Center (TMSC) at 1-800-343-7013, Option 1.

                In situations where the ESP intends to use phone-read meter technology and/or selects PG&E as its
                MDMA, the ESP is responsible for:

                        Establishing phone service

                        Ensuring the phone service billing in its name

                        Ensuring its telephone service provider installs a phone line for electric meter reading

                        Or ensuring it provides PG&E with an activated cellular phone upon meter install

                “Metering Phone Service Providers,” Appendix B of this handbook includes the names and telephone
                numbers of providers within PG&E’s service territory.

                When PG&E is the ESP’s MDMA the requirements below for wired phone lines and wireless phones
                apply.


                WIRED PHONE LINE REQUIREMENTS

                The phone line shall be a dedicated phone line. If this is not feasible, the ESP should contact ESP
                Relations to discuss other alternatives. (See “DA Contacts.”)

                Additionally the phone line shall be:

                        Installed from the phone minimum point of entry (MPOE) to the meter location. The ESP should
                         be aware that in some instances, the ESP may be required by the customer or phone service
                         provider to install a conduit, trench, or penetrate a fire wall in order to accommodate the
                         installation.

                        A “measured business” line with blocking on long distance, collect, 900, and 976 calls

                        Installed in accordance with applicable codes and standards

                        Labeled to show:

                            “For Electric Meter Use Only”




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                             Telephone number

                             Maintenance and repair telephone number

                             Telephone service provider’s name

                For security reasons, a telephone network interface unit (NIU) shall be installed at the phone line
                termination point. A Joslyn telephone network interface model #7550, #7090 or equivalent should be
                used, following the requirements below.

                Generally, the NIU should not be mounted on the switchboard, meter panels, poles or pedestals. If these
                are the only location choices, the mounting must be secure without compromising the safety aspects of the
                particular enclosure. In the case of pole mounted terminations, the NIU should be placed below the meter
                panel or otherwise not interfering with the pole climbing path.

                The NIU should be installed within 5 circuit feet of the meter centerline and from a minimum of 18 inches
                to a maximum of 72 inches above finished grade. (A circuit foot is the length of wire or conduit that
                needs to be run along walls, etc., from the meter to the NIU. It is not a straight-line distance.)


                WIRELESS PHONE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

                For situations in which it is not feasible for the telephone company to install a hardwired phone service,
                the ESP shall arrange for a cellular telemetry system to be installed and activated.

                1.   The cellular telemetry system shall meet the following specifications:

                        NEMA 3R weatherproof enclosure

                        Thermal shutoff protection

                        5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing

                        Cellular radio with antenna connector

                        Capacity to operate in 120VAC, 50 watts maximum output power

                        User replaceable fuse

                        Transient and overcurrent protection for RJ11 connections

                        External ground lug

                        One RJ11 jack for data and one RJ45 jack for communications

                        Two wire, loop start




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                        Ring voltage, 25Hz, 60 VRMs 150Vp-p

                        350 Hz/440 Hz square wave dial tone

                2.   RJ45 jack for cellular handset programming and testing

                3.   The power supply for cellular telemetry system shall be outside any sealed section and on the load
                     side of the meter. The power supply should further be on a dedicated circuit or otherwise connected
                     so that it is energized at all times.

                4.   Mounting of the cellular telemetry system shall be the same requirement as the installation of NIU as
                     described above.

                5.   The ESP shall ensure that any accessories to the cellular telemetry system, such as an antenna and a
                     mounting bracket, are properly installed or attached.

                6.   The ESP shall have the system activated and functionally tested prior to notifying PG&E that the site
                     is ready.

                7.   The cellular telemetry system unit shall be labeled to read, “For Electric Meter Use Only.”

                8.   The unit shall be further labeled to show:

                        Telephone number

                        Maintenance and repair telephone number, and

                        Cellular telephone service provider’s name

                The ESP is responsible for the maintenance, repair and replacement of the cellular telemetry unit.


Responsibility - Phone Service Account Payment
                If an active phone line exists for a PG&E interval data meter and the ESP chooses to remove the meter
                and install its own, PG&E will advise the phone service provider to cancel the account.

                Or in those cases where the ESP is installing phone-read technology, PG&E will change billing from
                PG&E to the ESP. Some review of phone account responsibility may be required for those sites where
                PG&E uses the data for load research.


Responsibility - Phone Service Operability and Maintenance
                When PG&E is the ESP’s MDMA, the ESP is ultimately responsible for the on-going phone line
                operability.




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                The ESP must ensure that phone service is not turned off due to late or lack of payments to the phone
                service provider. Monthly payments should be made directly to the phone service provider.

                Phone lines and phone ancillary devices used for remote meter reading are part of DA meters. Therefore,
                the ESP must make certain that the phone line and any ancillary devices are maintained as required. Any
                failure caused by phone line or phone ancillary devices shall be considered as meter failure and must be
                corrected as required in Rule 22, Section G, Metering Services.


Retention of Rights
                PG&E may exercise its right to test its own meters or those owned by customers in accordance with Rule
                22, Section G, paragraph 2.


Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Requirements

                This section addresses the major systems responsibilities and requirements that Meter Data Management
                Agents (MDMAs) are required to perform. An MDMA is an entity that takes raw meter outputs, validates
                them using validation, editing, and estimating rules, adds corollary information needed to characterize the
                customer, and makes complete customer information available to others for use in various applications.
                As some of the rules and requirements for interval and monthly (template data) are different, the two
                usage types will be addressed separately.

                MDMA responsibilities and requirements were established in decision 97-12-048 and the Retail
                Settlement and Information Flow (RSIF) Workshops. Decision and workshop reports are available for
                those interested in obtaining comprehensive information on MDMA responsibilities at the CPUC Web
                site.


MDMA Approval Process and Requirements
                The CPUC Decision on the Meter and Data Communication Standards Workshop Report of December 3,
                1997, directed the UDCs to develop a MDMA qualification/approval process for ESPs and MDMAs who
                wish to offer MDMA services.

                The CPUC requires that potential MDMAs comply with current UDC standards in experience, education
                and training in order to perform the following functions of an MDMA:

                            Manage the meter reading schedule

                            Read and retrieve meter data

                            Submit meter data to MDMA server using DES protocol

                            Calculate usage




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                            Validate, edit and estimate meter data

                            Format data

                            Manage data on MDMA server

                            Meter/device management

                If the applicant is found to be compliant, the MDMA may immediately begin to serve accounts for which
                the ESP has identified the specific MDMA relationship through the submission of DASRs. Inception of
                MDMA service is also contingent upon the coordination between PG&E and the MDMA regarding read
                scheduling.




                APPLICATION AND CHECKLIST

                The potential MDMA must complete the Application for MDMA Approval and checklist which are
                available on the DA Documents link on the ESP Resource Center website at (see Information Websites at
                the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook). The name of the document is MDMA Qualification Instructions.
                The MDMA must forward the application and checklist per the specifications in the section below,
                Written Requirements.


                WRITTEN REQUIREMENTS

                The potential MDMA forwards the completed application, the checklist as well as all written requirements
                by mail or fax to:
                                           Pacific Gas and Electric Company
                                           Yolanda Lerma
                                           P.O. Box 770000
                                           M/C B19C
                                           San Francisco, CA 94177
                PG&E will review the submitted documentation of this test, determine if the potential MDMA is
                compliant with its standards and notify the MDMA via e-mail. PG&E has established a goal of 10
                business days to review the documentation and respond to the potential MDMA. Omitted documentation
                of the submitted written requirements will result in PG&E requesting that additional information. If it is
                deemed after the UDC’s review of the submitted written requirements that the potential MDMAs process
                is insufficient, the potential MDMA will fail the written requirements portion and will need to resubmit
                for qualification/approval.




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                SERVER ACCEPTANCE TEST

                1.   Subsequent to PG&E receiving the completed qualification documentation, the potential MDMA may
                     contact PG&E to schedule the acceptance test.

                2.   PG&E will work with the applicant to ensure that it meets hardware and software requirements and
                     will also send a sample test to the applicant prior to the test date.

                3.   PG&E will then provide the potential MDMA with data for the server acceptance test. The purpose
                     of the server acceptance test is for the potential MDMA to demonstrate that it can calculate usage,
                     validate, estimate and edit usage; format the usage in the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) format;
                     post the data to the potential MDMA’s server; and provide the UDC with access to the server.
                     Detailed steps are outlined in the MDMA Server Acceptance Testing document.

                4.   The acceptance test is then performed. The UDC’s have established a 48 hour turn-around time
                     requirement for the completion of this test.

                5.   If the potential MDMA fails the server acceptance test the first time, they can reschedule for re-test.
                     However, if a failure occurs twice, the potential MDMA must wait three months before re-testing will
                     be allowed.

                6.   In addition, re-testing will be required if new software is installed or if new technology is
                     implemented by the potential MDMA and their use of the server.


                BACK-UP READING PROCESS

                If the potential MDMAs primary source of reading meters is a method other than the manual process, the
                potential MDMA, in addition to submitting documentation on its primary method must also demonstrate
                that it has a capable back-up process in place. Details of the backup process is also outlined on the
                checklist.


                DATA FORMAT

                MDMA data format requirements for each UDC is included with the application and checklist.


                SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY

                Data security and confidentiality requirements are outlined in more detail by PG&E. However in general,
                data must be located in a secure facility and have firewall or equivalent protection.




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                HELP DESK

                The CPUC decision requires that a technical help desk be provided by the UDCs as well as MDMAs.
                Each UDC must have toll free numbers available. The potential MDMAs must provide a technical
                support number as well. This phone must be answered immediately during normal business hours.
                However, after hour calls regarding the server must be returned within one hour. All other after hour calls
                can be deferred to the next business day.


Validating and Editing Data
                The MDMA will be responsible for performing approved quality checks to the raw data retrieved from the
                meters as described in the CA VEE Rules. The quality checks include validating and editing the usage
                data. Upon completion of the validation and editing processes, an estimation will be performed on the
                data, if necessary. Data estimations are summarized in the subsequent section “Estimating Data”. A
                comprehensive description of the rules for validating, editing, and estimating is also addressed within the
                CA VEE Rules document.



                Below are the basic quality checks for interval and monthly data.


                INTERVAL DATA

                The interval data validations are summarized below. For a complete description of the rules, refer to the
                CA VEE Rules (see Information Websites at the end of Chapter 1 in this handbook).

                         Spike Check. The highest interval recorded in a 24 hour calendar day cannot exceed the third
                         highest interval for that day by more than 180%. When a spike is identified, the usage for that
                         interval is flagged as missing and the estimation rules are used to fill the missing intervals.

                         High Low Average Daily Usage Check. An average daily total consumption is calculated from
                         the current month’s usage data and is compared to the average daily consumption calculated
                         from the previous year’s data for the same billing month, if last years data is not available. If the
                         current month’s average consumption is outside of plus or minus 50% of the historical average
                         consumption, then the MDMA must verify the usage (i.e., re-polling, meter test, etc.). If the data
                         is verified, the usage is flagged as verified and continues on the data flow path.

                         Sum Check. The energy use recorded by the meter is compared to the energy use recorded by
                         the pulse recorder. If the difference is greater than two meter multipliers (constant used to
                         convert meter read to KWh), the data must be verified by the MDMA (i.e., repolling, meter test,
                         etc.). If the data is verified, the usage is flagged as verified and continues on the data flow path.

                         Hardware Checks. The MDMA must ensure that the polling device is synchronized to the
                         national time standard before data collection begins. The MDMA must verify that the time
                         difference in the meter device is within 180 seconds for a 30-day time period. An interval
                         tolerance check comparing the number of expected data intervals to the number intervals




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                         received is performed to ensure the time drift is less than 5 intervals. See the CA VEE Rules for
                         a complete description of how to correct the time drift.

                         Kilovolt-Ampere-Reactive hours (KVARH) Checks (if collected). If the kWh channel has
                         zero consumption and for the corresponding time the kVARh channel has registered
                         consumption, the kWh data must be treated as missing. The kWh data should be estimated using
                         the estimation rules described in the CA VEE Rules.


Estimating Data
                Following the validation and editing (flagging usage as missing) of the usage data, the estimation routines
                are performed to ensure that complete usage data will be provided for the given billing period. Where
                raw data is available with incomplete entries, the MDMA will estimate the data gaps using approved and
                documented algorithms. After performing the estimation the MDMA will be responsible for providing the
                usage to the UDC and ESP. The following are the estimation rules for interval data.


                INTERVAL DATA ESTIMATION RULES

                Greater than two continuous hours of missing interval data:

                         1.   Compute the average daily profile by using the days from the current usage period and as
                              much historical data (up to 90 days) as required to select three complete days (which were
                              not estimated) corresponding to the day of week or holiday with missing data. See the CA
                              VEE Rules for additional details on how to select historical data when three complete days
                              worth of data are not available.

                         2.   If no historical holidays exist, use Sundays.

                         3.   The historical data used should be that data immediately preceding the usage period,
                              regardless of seasonal crossover.

                         4.   Estimate the missing data by applying the appropriate average daily profile to fill the
                              missing intervals.

                Two hours or less of continuous missing interval data:

                         1.   Use the point to point linear interpolation method to estimate the missing data where there is
                              a gap in the data.

                         2.   If the gap occurs at the beginning of the span, use the last interval from the historical data as
                              the first point, if the historical data is available and the interval data is not estimated.
                              Otherwise, use the second point (the nearest good interval data) as the first point (i.e., a flat
                              load). If the gap occurs at the end of the span, use the first point as the second point (i.e., a
                              flat load).




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Accuracy and Timeliness of Usage Data
                All usage data will be accurate unless otherwise indicated. Data known to be inaccurate or missing will
                be estimated and flagged as estimated data. The following accuracy and timeliness standards for interval
                and monthly data must be followed by MDMAs. The accuracy and timeliness requirements stated below
                were adopted by the CPUC in decision 97-12-048.


                INTERVAL DATA

                Accuracy. Either no more than 10% of the accounts will contain estimated data, or no more that 1% of
                all the data will be estimated.

                Timeliness. Assuming that the meter read date is time zero:

                            80% of all usage data will be made available within 1 calendar day of the scheduled read
                             date of the meter

                            90% of all usage data will be made available within 2 calendar days of the scheduled read
                             date of the meter

                            99.99% of all usage data will be made available within 5 calendar days of the scheduled read
                             date of the meter


                MONTHLY DATA

                Accuracy. Either no more than 10% of the accounts will contain estimated data, or no more than 1% of
                the data will be estimated.



                Timeliness

                   85% of all the monthly meter reads will be made available by 6:00 am on the 1 st working day after the
                    scheduled meter read date.

                   95% of all the monthly meter reads will be made available by 6:00 am on the 2 nd working day after
                    the scheduled meter read date.

                   99.99% of all monthly meter reads will be made available by 6:00 am on the 5 th working day after the
                    scheduled meter read date.


Data retention period
                On a monthly basis, the MDMA will provide interval data for the billing period in 27 to 33 measured
                usage intervals. The interval may or may not be equal to a twenty four hour period depending upon the




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                meter read cycle and scheduling. Once the interval data or the monthly usage is posted to the MDMA
                server it will remain available for 3 business days. Upon request, this data will be available after the
                three-day business period. The MDMA must also store 36 months of historical consumption data.


Electronic exchange of metering data
                The diagram below illustrates the flow of metering information from the meter to the ESP.




                             Meter

                                                                   MV-90

                       ESP

                                                                                        VEE
                                                                                       Process




                                                                   Firewall         Internal
                                            Data Exchange Server                     Server

                5.1 - METERING CONFIGURATION CHANGES AND METERING CHANGE OUTS

                Currently, ESPs submit metering configuration changes and metering change-out requests by fax and not
                by DASR. PG&E anticipates that electronic submission of these requests will be feasible by early 1998.

                Metering configuration changes and metering change outs should be faxed to the MEG (see the DA
                Contacts link on the ESP Resource Center website).


                INTERVAL AND TIME-OF-USE (TOU) DATA

                Interval data, which represents regular interval energy usage information (i.e. 5 minute, 15 minute,
                hourly), is submitted via the DES in EDI 867 record format type. .

                Time-Of-Use data, which is characterized by consumption reads at different time periods, is also
                represented by using the DES in EDI 867record format type.




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                Field definitions and requirements for the EDI 867 record format types are provided in the the EDI 867
                Guidelines located at PG&E’s EDI website http://www.pge.com/edi .


Meter Reading

                METER READING DATA OBLIGATIONS

                1.   Meter data for DA Customers shall be read, validated, edited, and transferred pursuant to CPUC-
                     approved standards.

                2.   Regardless of whether the ESP or PG&E perform Meter reading services, both PG&E and the ESP
                     shall have access to the server containing the data, including at a minimum the following data:

                     a)   Customer account number;

                     b) Customer location;

                     c)   Starting and ending read, date and time if available;

                     d) Usage data (e.g.; kWh, kW, interval use, kVArh if measured);

                     e)   Estimated usage and adjustment flag or adjustment code;

                     f)   Meter identification number;

                     g) ESP identification number;

                     h) Identity of metering agent, if any, employed by ESP or PG&E;

                     i)   Load Profile ID (if applicable);

                3.   PG&E and the ESP shall provide reasonable and timely access to Meter data to the ISO, Scheduling
                     Coordinators (or their designated agents), and each other as required to allow the proper performance
                     of billing, settlement, scheduling, forecasting and other functions.

                4.   Until future notice, load point information will need to be communicated manually.

                5.   The Party providing Meter reading services is required to keep the most recent 12 months of
                     Customer consumption data for each DA Customer. Such data must be retained for a period of 36
                     months. Such data must be released on request to any ESP, or to PG&E, if authorized by the
                     Customer.




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                PG&E METER READING

                1.   PG&E will read DA interval meters for DA customers on PG&E’s read schedule for each service
                     account provided that the meter is compatible with PG&E’s meter reading systems and processes.
                     The ESP will be responsible for any meter reading costs for this service as set forth in DA Rule 22.

                2.   PG&E, or its metering and data management agent (MDMA), will be required to install and maintain
                     a data server in accordance with standards approved by the CPUC.


                ELECTRIC ESP METER READING

                General Requirements.

                         1.   No ESP may perform meter reading services for its own or any affiliated entity’s use of DA
                              Services.

                         2.   No meter reading service may be provided by theESP until that ESP has been approved by
                              PG&E.

                         3.   The ESP must keep PG&E notified at all times of the identity of the ESP’s agent, if any,
                              conducting Meter reading.

                Schedule for ESP Meter reading. If the ESP or it’s agent perform meter reading, it must do so on
                PG&E’s meter read schedule for that service account as specified by PG&E, unless a different schedule is
                mutually agreed to by PG&E and ESP.




Metered Usage Rates

                Metered usage rates are determined by end-use customers’ electric rate schedules. Electric rate schedule
                information is available on PG&E’s Web Tariff Book Web site.


Life Support Customers and Medical Baseline Quantities
                Life Support customers are residential end-use customers who have a medical disability necessitating the
                use of a medical device(s) powered by utility supplied gas and/or electricity. These customers may
                qualify for a Standard Medical Baseline Quantity in addition to their regular baseline quantity (i.e., gas
                and/or electricity at the lowest Tier 1 residential rate). The Standard Medical Baseline Quantity is 500
                kWh of electricity and/or 25 therms of gas per month year-round.

                Additional amounts of gas and electricity (Medical Baseline Quantities) are available at the Tier 1 rate to
                customers when a full-time member of the household is:




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                            dependent upon a medical life-support device used in the home.

                            a paraplegic, hemiplegic, or quadriplegic person or a multiple sclerosis patient with special
                             heating and/or cooling needs.

                            a person being treated for a life-threatening illness or a person with a compromised immune
                             system with special heating and/or cooling needs to sustain the life of the person or prevent
                             deterioration of the person’s medical condition.

                            a scleroderma patient with special heating needs.

                ESPs who have identified end-use customers which require Standard and/or additional Medical Baseline
                Quantities should refer to Electric Rule 14 for information concerning commodity service continuity and
                Rule 19 for details on end-use customer qualifications. These rules can be found within PG&E’s Web
                Tariff Book.

                For information on additional DASR requirements when submitting DASRs for Life Support customers,
                see the subsection, “Electric ESP evaluates customer DA elections and obtains customer information” in
                Chapter 3: Processing Direct Access Service Requests.




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CHAPTER 6




DASR PROCESSES FOR
METERING DATA
ADJUSTMENTS AND CHANGES


Overview

            This chapter covers information on PG&E DASR processes that are initiated as a result of metering data
            adjustments and changes to DA account commodity status. The purpose of including this information in
            the handbook is to foster Electric ESPs’ understanding of the PG&E-initiated transaction records it may
            receive when certain account events take place and to make Electric ESPs aware of situations in which
            they may need to initiate DASR transactions in response.

            The processes and scenarios addressed include those, which occur subsequent to the initial DA customer
            account switch. Additional DASR processes related to initial DA account setup and switching are
            discussed in Chapter 3: Processing Direct Access Service Requests, under the section heading, Additional
            DASR procedures performed by PG&E.

            The material addressed includes details which are specific to DES transaction record types MEPAD01
            (DASR), MEPMD01, and MEPMD02. Readers may want to familiarize themselves with these record
            types and gain an understanding of regular metering data records before proceeding with the material in
            this chapter. For detailed information on DES DASR transactions see the DES Transaction Map link on
            the DES Web site.
DA Account Commodity Status Changes

DA Account Commodity Shut-Offs
                PG&E can initiate the DA account commodity shut-off process if the end-use customer requests this
                action or in cases of non-payment. The processes discussed do not apply to situations where the Electric
                ESP decides to discontinue service to the end-use customer.


                PROCESS

                Please note that the following processes apply to both monthly, TOU, demand and interval metered
                accounts.

                1.   When all meters associated with an account commodity have either been locked or removed, the
                     account commodity status is considered “Removed” or “Closed” by PG&E. Due to the frequency
                     with which end-use customers oftentimes change their commodity shut-off dates and also because of
                     the lack of lead time, PG&E will initiate disconnect notification to the Electric ESP after the final
                     shut-off meter read is taken and the Commodity Status of the account has been changed to
                     “REMOVED” or “CLOSED”.

                2.   PG&E will then issue an administrative data type record, MEPAD01, to the current, pending, and any
                     ancillary service providers communicating the date the account commodity was shut-off. This
                     transaction record will reflect “SVC” within the Operation Type field, “DISCONNECT” within the
                     Reason field, and the date the commodity was shut-off in the Effective End Date field.

                3.   PG&E will also issue the metering data record(s), MEPMD01 and/or MEPMD02 to the current
                     Electric ESP, and current bill-calculator if PG&E is not the MDMA. These records will include
                     usage information, but will not indicate that the end-use customer has been shut-off.

                PG&E’s system should initiate the relevant administrative and metering data records within two (2)
                business days following the account commodity status change.


                MATRIX OF PG&E-INITIATED RECORDS RELATED TO SHUT-OFFS BY METER TYPE

                The records indicated in the table below are issued by PG&E at the time the DA account commodity is
                shut-off.




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                 ACTION             ISSUE RECORD TO            ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT           ISSUE RECORD TO
                                    CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP,      ELECTRIC ESP AND BILL             CURRENT ELECTRIC
                                    PENDING ELECTRIC ESP,      CALCULATOR                        ESP AND BILL
                                    AND ALL ASSOCIATED                                           CALCULATOR
                                    ELECTRIC ESPS

                 RECORD TYPE        MEPAD01                    MEPMD01                           MEPMD02
                 ISSUED

                 MONTHLY SINGLE-    One MEPAD01 record:        One MEPMD01 record:               One MEPMD02
                 METERED                                                                         record:
                                    Operation Type field =     Normal start/end read
                                    “SVC”                      information record.               Normal totalized
                                                                                                 usage information
                                    Reason field =                                               record.
                                    “DISCONNECT”
                                    Effective End Date
                                    Field = date the account
                                    commodity was closed

                 MONTHLY MULTI-     Same as above              A MEPMD01 record for each         A MEPMD02 record:
                 METERED                                       meter:
                                                                                                 Normal totalized
                                                               Normal start/end read             usage information
                                                               information record                record.
                                                                                                 Meter field = “TOTAL”

                 INTERVAL SINGLE-   Same as above              1.   One or more MEPMD01          None
                 METERED                                            record(s), depending
                                                                    upon interval and period
                                                                    reported: normal
                                                                    (monthly, not interval)
                                                                    start/end read information
                                                                    record.

                                                               2.   One or more MEPMD01
                                                                    record(s): normal usage
                                                                    information record by
                                                                    interval.


                 INTERVAL MULTI-    Same as above              1.   One or more MEPMD01          None
                 METERED                                            record(s), depending
                                                                    upon interval and period
                                                                    reported: normal
                                                                    (monthly, not interval)
                                                                    start/end read information
                                                                    record.

                                                               2.   One or more MEPMD01
                                                                    record(s): normal usage
                                                                    information record by
                                                                    interval.
                                                               Meter field = “TOTAL”




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                 ACTION               ISSUE RECORD TO         ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT       ISSUE RECORD TO
                                      CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP,   ELECTRIC ESP AND BILL         CURRENT ELECTRIC
                                      PENDING ELECTRIC ESP,   CALCULATOR                    ESP AND BILL
                                      AND ALL ASSOCIATED                                    CALCULATOR
                                      ELECTRIC ESPS

                 DEMAND METERED       Same as above           One MEPMD01 Record:           1.   One MEPMD02
                                                              normal start/end red               record: normal
                                                              information record                 usage
                                                                                                 information
                                                                                                 record
                                                                                            2.   One MEPMD02
                                                                                                 Record: normal
                                                                                                 demand usage
                                                                                                 information


                 TOU METERED          Same as above           None                          1.   One MEPMD02
                                                                                                 record: normal
                                                                                                 start read
                                                                                                 information
                                                                                            2.   One MEPMD02
                                                                                                 record: normal
                                                                                                 end read
                                                                                                 information
                                                                                            3.   One MEPMD02
                                                                                                 record: normal
                                                                                                 usage
                                                                                                 information
                                                                                                 record


                EXAMPLE

                Scenario: An interval meter customer has been billed from 5/15 to 6/15. The customer requests a shut-
                off for 7/28.

                Process:

                1.   PG&E will issue the metering data record(s), MEPMD01 and/or MEPMD02, to the current Electric
                     ESP as well as the bill-calculator if PG&E is not the MDMA for the period 6/15 to 7/15.

                2.   After the 7/28 shut-off is processed, the current Electric ESP, the pending Electric ESP, and any
                     ancillary service providers will receive an administrative data record MEPAD01, indicating that the
                     account commodity service has been disconnected and the effective date of 7/28.

                3.   The current Electric ESP, as well as the bill-calculator if PG&E is not the MDMA, will receive a
                     metering data record MEPMD01 for the period 7/15 to 7/28. This metering record will be initiated
                     as soon as the shut-off has been processed, it will not be subject to the timing of the customer’s
                     normal billing cycle.




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                Exception: If a Lock Pending is issued, this means the account is marked to not bill until the account
                commodity is closed (i.e., there will not be a bill for on-cycle bill on 7/15). In this case, the metering
                records will be for the period 6/15 to 7/28.


Meter Change
                A meter change should not cause an interruption of DA service. Monthly, interval, demand, and time-of-
                use (TOU) metered accounts should receive the metering records shown in the table below at the time of
                the customer’s normal billing cycle.


                MATRIX OF PG&E-INITIATED RECORDS RELATED TO METER CHANGE

                The records indicated in the table below are issued by PG&E in correspondence with the customer’s
                regular bill cycle.




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                 ACTION             ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC       ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP
                                    ESP AND BILL CALCULATOR                AND BILL CALCULATOR


                 RECORD TYPE        MEPMD01                                MEPMD02
                 ISSUED

                 MONTHLY SINGLE-       One MEPMD01 record for the old     One MEPMD02 record:
                 METERED                meter: normal start/end read
                                        information                        Normal totalized usage information record
                                                                           for both meters
                                    Meter field = old meter number
                                                                           Meter field = “TOTAL”

                                       One MEPMD01 record for the
                                        new meter: normal start/end read
                                        information

                                    Meter field = new meter number


                 MONTHLY MULTI-        One MEPMD01 record for each        One MEPMD02:
                 METERED                old meter removed: normal
                                        start/end read information         Normal usage information record totalizing
                                                                           usage for all meters.
                                    Meter field = old meter number
                                                                           Meter field = “TOTAL”

                                       One MEPMD01 record for each
                                        new meter installed: normal
                                        start/end read information

                                    Meter field = new meter number


                 INTERVAL SINGLE-      One MEPMD01 record for the old     None
                 METERED                meter: normal monthly (not
                                        interval)start/end read
                                        information

                                    Meter field = old meter number

                                       One MEPMD01 record for the
                                        new meter: normal monthly (not
                                        interval) start/end read
                                        information

                                    Meter field = new meter number

                                       One MEPMD01 record: normal
                                        totalized usage record

                                    Meter field = “TOTAL”




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                 ACTION            ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC       ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP
                                   ESP AND BILL CALCULATOR                AND BILL CALCULATOR


                 INTERVAL MULTI-      One MEPMD01 record for each        None
                 METERED               old meter: normal start/end read
                                       information

                                   Meter field = old meter number

                                      One MEPMD01 record for each
                                       new meter: normal start/end read
                                       information

                                   Meter field = new meter number

                                      One MEPMD01 record: totalized
                                       usage record

                                   Meter field = “TOTAL”

                 DEMAND METERED       One MEPMD01 record for the old        One MEPMD02 record for the old
                                       meter: normal start/end read           meter: usage information (kwh)
                                       information (kwhreg)
                                                                             One MEPMD02 record for the new
                                   Meter field = old meter number             meter: usage information (kwh)

                                      One MEPMD01 record for the            One MEPMD02 record for the old
                                       new meter: normal start/end read       meter: demand usage information (kw)
                                       information (kwhreg)
                                                                             One MEPMD02 record for the new
                                   Meter field = new meter number             meter: demand usage information (kw)




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                 ACTION              ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC     ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP
                                     ESP AND BILL CALCULATOR              AND BILL CALCULATOR


                 TOU METERED         None                                     One MEPMD02 records for the old
                                                                               meter: start reads information

                                                                          Meter field = old meter number

                                                                              One MEPMD02 records for the new
                                                                               meter: start reads information

                                                                          Meter field = new meter number

                                                                              One MEPMD02 records for the old
                                                                               meter: end reads information

                                                                          Meter field = old meter number

                                                                              One MEPMD02 records for the new
                                                                               meter: end reads information

                                                                          Meter field = new meter number

                                                                              One MEPMD02 record for the old and
                                                                               new meters’ totalized usage
                                                                               information

                                                                          Meter field = “TOTAL”




                EXAMPLE

                Scenario: 1/2 was the last on cycle billing read date with a read of 00500. On 1/15 there was a meter
                change, and the old meter had an end read of 00550. The new meter had a start read of 00000. On 2/2
                the billing cycle end read was 00060. Thus, the billing cycle usage reflects 50 kWh for the old meter and
                60 kWh for the new meter for a total of 110 kWh totalized usage.

                Process:

                1.   PG&E will issue to the Electric ESP, the appropriate metering data type records, (MEPMD01,
                     MEPMD02) on 2/2. The appropriate metering data type records will show the old meter number
                     and new meter number start/end reads as described in the above matrix. The metering data record for
                     usage will indicate “TOTAL” in the Meter Field.


                NEW METER SETS WHICH ARE NOT CONCURRENT WITH OLD METER REMOVALS

                The example above assumes that the new meter is set on the same day that the old meter is removed. In
                reality, there may be situations where the old meter is removed, but the new meter cannot be set on the




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                same day. In these cases, the account Commodity Status will be changed to “REMOVED” until the new
                meter is set.

                If the account is a dual commodity, the Commodity Status for the commodity receiving the new meter will
                be changed to “OPEN” after the new meter has been set and the Account number and XREF ID fields will
                remain unchanged.

                If the account is a single commodity, a new account may be created after the new meter has been set. A
                new XREF ID will be created if a new account number is created.

                For both dual and single commodity accounts, an account status of CLOSED or REMOVED will require
                PG&E’s system to initiate a disconnect notice to the Electric ESP. The Electric ESP will be required to
                initiate a SP-REQ/CONNECT MEPMD01 record to re-establish the account once the Commodity Status
                changes to “OPEN”.


                METER CONFIGURATION DATA

                PG&E will communicate the new meter configuration information to Electric ESPs through its Metering
                Event Group (MEG).


Usage Adjustments

                 Usage adjustments occur when previously reported usage for the account requires modification. The
                modification can be read and/or usage changes or changes in the reported periods (i.e., billing dates,
                interval period). PG&E communicates usage adjustments to ESPs through Electronic Data Interchange
                (EDI 867). The EDI 867 Guidelines has a code in the BPT segment that identifies corrected usage as
                “CO” located in the BPT01. There is also an adjustment code that is in QTY01 of the EDI 867. This
                code is “A5”. The QTY segment is in the PTD loop. The adjusted reads/usage records for an account will
                reflect the correct reads/usage for a period which has already been reported. The metering data records
                will reflect usage amounts only and not dollar values associated with usage. The initiation of adjustment
                records is not dependent upon the timing of the end-use customer’s billing cycle. Therefore, PG&E can
                issue adjustment records to the ESP immediately following an adjustment transaction at any time during a
                billing cycle.

                For more detailed information regarding usage adjustments, please refer to the EDI 867 Guidelines
                located at http://www.pge.com/edi.




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                USAGE ADJUSTMENTS TO MONTHLY METER DATA DUE TO ADDITIONAL VALIDATION
                CHECKING OF DATA WHEN PG&E IS THE MDMA

                One reason adjustments may occur when PG&E is the MDMA for monthly meter data is because
                PG&E continues to perform validation of meter data after that data is sent to ESPs. PG&E uses
                several systems to validate meter data. A metering record will sometimes pass initial validation
                checks, and fail later checks. Data is sent to the ESP after the initial checks. If potential problems
                are identified as the record is passed through additional tests, the information is re-verified to
                determine if there is in fact an error. In many cases, the data is not in error and does not have to be
                adjusted. However, when there is an error, adjustments need to be made to the data. Adjustments
                made in accordance with the processes described in the subsequent sections of this document are then
                sent to the ESP.


                MATRIX OF PG&E-INITIATED RECORDS RELATED TO USAGE ADJUSTMENTS

                The records indicated in the table below are issued by PG&E at the time the adjustment is made.




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                 ACTION             ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC          ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP
                                    ESP AND BILL CALCULATOR                   AND BILL CALCULATOR


                 RECORD TYPE        MEPMD01                                   MEPMD02
                 ISSUED

                 MONTHLY SINGLE-       One MEPMD01 record with the           One MEPMD02 record for each adjusted
                 METERED                adjusted read in the Data field for   period with the adjusted total usage
                                        each adjusted period
                                                                              Example for a two months adjustment:
                                    Example for a two months
                                        adjustment:                           Eff Start field = “199804150001”
                                    Data field = “199804150001,               Eff End field = “199805150001”
                                        ,750,199805150001,A,1300”
                                                                              Data field = “TOTAL,A,550”
                                    Data field =                              Eff Start field = “199805150001”
                                        “199805150001,A,1300,19980615
                                        0001,A ,1650”                         Eff End field = “199806150001”
                                                                              Data field = “TOTAL,A,350”



                 MONTHLY MULTI-        One MEPMD01 record for the            One MEPMD02 record for each adjusted
                 METERED                adjusted meter, with the adjusted     period with the adjusted totalized usage for
                                        reads in the Data field (similar to   all the meters (similar to single-metered
                                        monthly single-metered reads          usage adjustment record).
                                        adjustment record).
                                                                              Meter field = “TOTAL”
                                    Meter field = adjusted meter number


                 INTERVAL SINGLE-      One or more MEPMD01 record(s)         None
                 METERED                with adjusted start/end reads
                                        information record (similar to
                                        monthly single-metered reads
                                        adjustment record).

                                       One or more MEPMD01 record(s)
                                        with adjusted totalized usage
                                        (similar to monthly single-metered
                                        usage adjustment record).

                 INTERVAL MULTI-    Same as above.                            None
                 METERED

                 DEMAND METERED        One MEPMD01 record with the               One MEPMD02 record with the
                                        adjusted reads in the Data field           adjusted total usage in the Data field
                                        (similar to monthly single-metered         (similar to monthly single-metered
                                        reads adjustment record).                  usage adjustment record).

                                                                                  One MEPMD02 with the adjusted
                                                                                   demand usage information (similar to
                                                                                   the monthly single-metered usage
                                                                                   adjustment record).




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                 ACTION             ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC         ISSUE RECORD TO CURRENT ELECTRIC ESP
                                    ESP AND BILL CALCULATOR                  AND BILL CALCULATOR


                 TOU METERED        None                                        One MEPMD02 record with the
                                                                                 adjusted start reads information

                                                                                One MEPMD02 record with the
                                                                                 adjusted end reads information

                                                                                One MEPMD02 record with the
                                                                                 adjusted totalized usage information


                EXAMPLE

                Scenario: A monthly metered account has been billed in the following manner and the normal
                MEPMD01 and MEPMD02 record(s) have already been sent to the Electric ESP when the account was
                billed:

                 ELECTRIC ESP     DATE              MEPMD02            MEPMD01:
                 NAME                               USAGE              START READ           END READ

                 PG&E             2/15 -3/15        400 KW H           0                    400

                 PG&E             3/15 - 4/15       350 KW H           400                  750

                 ESP              4/15 - 5/15       500 KW H           750                  1250

                 ESP              5/15 - 6/15       400 KW H           1250                 1650

                On 6/23 a correction is made to the period 4/15 - 5/15. The usage for the period should have been
                reported as 550 kWh with an end read of 1300. Then on 6/26 a correction is made to the period 5/15 -
                6/15. The usage should have been 350 kWh with an end read of 1650.

                Process:

                Under the given scenario PG&E would issue the records shown in the table below when the adjustment is
                made to the account.




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                 TIMING ORDER     RECORD TYPE          DATA INCLUDED IN RECORD
                                  ISSUED

                 1.               MEPMD01              Data field = 199804150001, ,750,199805150001,A,1300

                 2.               MEPMD02              Eff Start field = 199804150001

                                                       Eff Stop field = 199805150001

                                                       Data field = TOTAL,A,550

                 3.               MEPMD01              Data field = 199805150001,A,1300,199806150001,A,1650

                 4.               MEPMD02              Eff Start field = 199805150001

                                                       Eff Stop field = 199806150001

                                                       Data field = TOTAL,A,350

                Records for items 1 and 2 will be sent on the same day (6/23) when the bill period 4/14 - 5/15 is adjusted.
                Then the records for items 3 and 4 will be sent on the same day (6/26) when the bill period 5/15 - 6/15 is
                adjusted. The timing between the sending of the two sets of records will be around 3 days and based on
                when each adjustment transaction is processed.


                STAND ALONE REBATE TRANSACTIONS (REVERSAL ONLY ADJUSTMENT)

                Under some circumstances only a rebate transaction will need to be made to the account. A rebate is a
                reversal of what was originally billed. This business scenario may occur when PG&E needs to reverse a
                bill and then wait for the next on cycle bill to rebill the account. In this situation, PG&E’s system will
                wait for three (3) processing days after a rebill transaction is processed by the biller. If the rebill
                transaction does not occur within three (3) processing days of the rebate, the system will interpret the
                rebill as an reversal only adjustment and send the rebate as a meter adjustment record reversing the reads,
                and with 0 usage. When the rebill transaction is eventually processed through the system, then the rebill
                transaction will be sent to the Electric ESP’s as adjusted reads/usage records.

                Using the same scenario as the previous example, adjust the billing for the bill period of 5/15 - 6/15. The
                adjustment is to just reverse the bill and let next month’s on cycle read generate the rebill. So, on 6/20, a
                reversal is processed. On 6/23, the system did not receive the rebill for 5/15 to 6/15, so it assumed the
                biller wanted to do just a reversal only adjustment. The system will send to the Electric ESP the following
                records on 6/23:

                MEPMD01 - DATA field = 199805150001,A,1250,199805150001,A,1250

                MEPMD02 - Eff Start field = 199805150001 Eff Stop field = 199805150001 DATA field = TOTAL, A,0

                On 7/15 - the next on cycle billing, the following records will be sent. Note that since the billing period
                includes the bill period that was reversed, the quality code will be A to indicate an adjustment to a
                previously sent metering data record.




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                MEPMD01 - DATA field = 199805150001, ,1250,199807150001,A,1850

                MEPMD02 - Eff Start field = 199805150001 Eff Stop field = 199807150001 DATA field =
                TOTAL,A,600




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CHAPTER 7




ELECTRIC ESP ACCOUNT
BILLING


Overview

            This chapter focuses on ongoing DA billing and credit related issues, which are not a part of the initial
            DA setup process. The material covers bill processing; the collection and disbursement of funds for either
            PG&E or the Electric ESP with respect to Consolidated UDC billing; Consolidated ESP billing, and
            Separate billing.


Bill Components and Billing Options

Summary of bill components
            Utility bills which are sent to end-use customers are required to show “unbundled” charges listed on the
            bill. These unbundled charges consist of the following components:

               Generation

               Transmission

               Distribution

               Public Purpose Programs (PPP)

               California Energy Commission Tax (ECT)
                    CTC

                    Nuclear Decommissioning

                    Energy Procurement Surcharge


About the California Energy Commission Tax
                In keeping with the developments of electric direct access, the California State Board of Equalization
                decided that the Energy Commission Tax (ECT), will be billed and collected by PG&E, for all UDC
                Consolidated Billing. The utility distribution company will cease billing of this tax immediately when the
                customer’s service is switched to direct access. The customer’s current Electric ESP will assume the
                responsibility of billing and collecting this tax from the customer effective with the direct access service
                switch date. The Electric ESP is responsible for remitting the ECT to the California State Board of
                Equalization.

                The ECT, also known as the California Energy Resources Surcharge, applies to the consumption of
                electrical energy. It is intended to provide funding for the California Energy Commission. The
                regulations for ECT are covered in the California Administrative Code, Title 18, Chapter 2, Subchapter 5,
                Article 1, which states:

                         “Every electric utility making sales of electrical energy to consumers in this state shall collect the
                         surcharge from each consumer other than a consumer that is an electric utility or is exempt under
                         Chapter 3, part 19, of the Revenue and Taxation Code, at the time it collects its billing from the
                         consumer for the electrical energy sold. A consumer is any person receiving electrical energy
                         furnished by an electric utility and includes a person receiving electrical energy for redistribution
                         for the use of this tenants.”

                The ECT rate, which is subject to revision from time to time, is currently set at two-tenths of a mil
                ($0.0003) per kilowatt-hour. It is shown as a separate line item on the customer’s bill.

                The ECT is based on the consumption of electrical energy and applies to all but the following end-use
                customers:

                1.   The United States, its unincorporated agencies and instrumentalities

                2.   Any incorporated agency or instrumentality of the United States wholly owned by either the United
                     States or by a corporation wholly owned by the United States

                3.   The American National Red Cross, chapters, and branches

                4.   Insurance companies, including title insurance companies, subject to taxation under the California
                     Constitution, Article XIII, Section 28

                5.   Indians purchasing and consuming electrical energy on Indian reservations




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                6.   Career consular officers and employees of certain foreign governments who are exempt from tax by
                     treaties and other diplomatic agreements with the United States

                7.   Federal credit unions organized in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Credit Union Act.

                Questions regarding the tax exemption and remittance timelines should be directed to the State Board of
                Equalization. Additional information may be found in the Revenue and Taxation Code.


Billing options
                Customer bills will reflect the total amounts charged for each of the bill items described in the table above
                regardless of the billing option which the customer chooses at the time of DA sign-up. Again the billing
                options available to end-use customers are:


                CONSOLIDATED UDC BILLING

                Under the Consolidated EDC billing option, the Electric ESP will send its rate schedules to PG&E.
                PG&E will then compute the Electric ESP’s charges based upon the Electric ESP’s rate schedules and
                customer meter data and send a consolidated invoice to the DA customer which will include both Electric
                ESP’s and PG&E’s charge amounts. Rate schedule information is available within PG&E’s Web Tariff
                Book Web site.

                PG&E will purchase the Electric ESP’s receivables under the terms and conditions set forth in PG&E’s
                tariffs.


                CONSOLIDATED ESP BILLING

                Electric ESPs who elect to offer Consolidated ESP billing may choose Partial Consolidated ESP billing or
                Full Consolidated ESP billing pursuant to PG&E’s DA Rule 22. Prior to providing either of these billing
                options, the Electric ESP must meet CPUC-specified creditworthiness requirements. The differences
                between Partial Consolidated ESP and Full Consolidated ESP billing options are described below.


                PARTIAL CONSOLIDATED ESP BILLING

                Under Partial Consolidated ESP billing, PG&E will calculate and send its bill to the Electric ESP. The
                Electric ESP in turn will then send a consolidated bill to the customer. The Electric ESP is not
                responsible for the accuracy of PG&E’s charges.


                FULL CONSOLIDATED ESP BILLING

                Under the Full Consolidated ESP billing option, the Electric ESP will read the meter, calculate both the
                UDC and ESP charges and bill the customer. The Electric ESP will detail PG&E’s charges in
                conformance with PG&E’s specifications. The Electric ESP must obtain PG&E’s consent and approval




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                prior to offering Full Consolidated ESP billing to its customers, and must also comply with all relevant
                provisions under PG&E’s DA Rule 22.


                SEPARATE BILLING

                Under Separate billing, customers receive two bills, one from the Electric ESP detailing their fees and one
                from PG&E detailing PG&E fees.

                Although an Electric ESP can select Separate billing as a service option, PG&E may also under certain
                circumstances require an Electric ESP to proceed under Separate billing for reasons including but not
                limited to the items below.

                   If the Electric ESP selected Consolidated UDC billing but the ESP’s rate schedule was not properly
                    received when the DASR was transmitted, PG&E will establish Separate billing for the corresponding
                    end-use customers. Consolidated UDC billing, in this case would be established once the Electric
                    ESP resubmitted the rate schedule and the schedule data was entered into PG&E’s systems.

                   If the current Electric ESP has defaulted on the terms and conditions of ESP Consolidated billing
                    under either PG&E’s ESP Service Agreement or DA Rule 22, PG&E will establish separate billing
                    for that end-use customer.

                   If an Electric ESP has indicated that it would like to offer Consolidated ESP billing but has not
                    fulfilled creditworthiness and/or EDI requirements, PG&E will require the Electric ESP to proceed
                    under Separate billing.


Read and Bill Serial Dates
                Because multiple services may be represented on one bill, the meter Read Date will not always be equal to
                the Bill Date. PG&E will retain the serial system currently in use and apply it towards the Read and Bill
                cycles. Both Read and Bill serials will be communicated to the ESP via the acknowledgement (ACK)
                DASR.


Consolidated UDC Billing

                The Electric ESP and PG&E will work together to establish the ESP’s billing information in PG&E’s
                billing system. For a fee, PG&E can generate Consolidated UDC bills for Electric ESPs and serve as the
                collection agent as well. Set up fees are based upon PG&E rate schedule E-ESP.

                When DA begins, PG&E will offer Electric ESPs Rate Ready pricing options. In order to calculate the
                Electric ESPs charges for Rate Ready options, PG&E will need the rate structure(s) and rate schedules
                that the Electric ESP has selected. The Electric ESP may have up to 100 rate schedules. The Electric
                ESP will then populate the rate schedules with their respective rates and prices.




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Pricing options
                Electric ESPs communicate Rate-ready pricing options by completing the PG&E Consolidated Billing
                Pricing Worksheet. The following exhibit is an example of the worksheet.




                7.1 - PG&E CONSOLIDATED BILLING PRICING W ORKSHEET

                The Electric ESP must complete and submit the PG&EConsolidated Billing Pricing Worksheet for every
                pricing change that it wants to make. The worksheet can be downloaded from the “DA Documents” link
                on the PG&E’s ESP Resource Center Web site or obtained by contacting ESP Services at 415-973-1666.
                Completed worksheets should be faxed to ESP Services at 415-973-2194.




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                The following Rate Ready pricing options will be available in on the DA implementation date:


                FLAT ($/MONTH)

                Also referred to as fixed price, a flat rate structure is a non-volumetric set cost that is billed per month
                regardless of the amount of the customer’s usage.

                An additional flat rate to cover monthly Electric ESP administrative customer charges may be combined
                with this rate structure.


                SINGLE-TIERED ($/KWH)

                A single-tiered rate structure is a set cost billed per usage unit (kilowatt-hour or therm). The customer’s
                energy charge will vary according to the amount of electricity consumption per month.

                A flat rate to cover monthly Electric ESP administrative customer charges may be combined with this rate
                structure.


                DOUBLE-TIERED ($/KWH, ELECTRIC ESP DESIGNATES TIERS)

                A double-tiered rate structure has two set costs billed per usage unit (kilowatt-hour or therm) which is
                charged whenever a usage baseline or threshold is designated. The first-tier price will apply until the
                usage threshold is exceeded. The second-tier price will apply to any usage above the designated
                threshold. The customer’s energy charge will vary according to the amount of electricity consumption per
                month.

                A flat rate to cover monthly Electric ESP administrative customer charges may be combined with this rate
                structure.


                TIME-OF-USE - TOU ($/KWH, BASED ON PG&E’S TIERS)

                A TOU structure is a combination of set costs billed per usage unit (kilowatt-hour or therm) based on
                consumption during a particular period of the day. Depending on the customer class and the installed
                metering device, TOU pricing may have up to three different rates for three different peak periods. The
                TOU periods are on-peak, partial-peak, and off-peak. Rates are more expensive during the on-peak
                periods, when more customers demand energy. Customers may tailor their energy consumption during the
                off-peak hours to take advantage of the low off-peak rates. The customer’s energy charge will vary
                according to the amount of electricity consumed during a particular time of the day.




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                CUSTOM PRICING

                A rate plan that does not fit with any of the above four pricing structures is considered custom pricing.
                On an individual case basis, PG&E will evaluate an Electric ESP’s customized pricing structure to
                determine whether it can be accommodated and implemented by PG&E.


                SUBMITTING RATE-READY DATA TO PG&E

                Electric ESPs should contact PG&E’s ESP Billing Services (ESPBS - see the “DA Contacts" link on
                PG&E’s ESP Resource Center Web site) to discuss transmission requirements prior to submitting rate-
                ready data.


                DEADLINES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF RATE-READY DATA

                In order for PG&E to send out consolidated bills which include Electric ESP billing information for a
                given DA billing cycle, the Electric ESP must provide the following information to ESPBS by the dates
                specified:

                    Electric ESP billing rates and structures at least thirty (30) days prior to the billing cycle end date.

                    Customer list with associated Electric ESP billing rates at least fifteen (15) days before the billing
                     cycle end date.

                There is a fee for a rate change based on PG&E’s rate schedule E-ESP. If the Electric ESP should require
                custom programming, ESPBS will make a concerted effort to fulfill the requirements specified within the
                time frame above but cannot guarantee billing implementation for that billing cycle period.


Bill format
                Electric ESP must provide ESPBS with the company information that must appear on the bill (i.e. Electric
                ESP’s name, address, telephone number) as well as the Electric ESP’s company logo. The logo should be
                provided in the form of a bitmap image file. All details regarding the Electric ESP bill page format are
                addressed in the Direct Access Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet which can be located and
                downloaded from the “DA Documents” link on the ESP Resource Center Web site.


Bill preparation and processing
                PG&E will prepare the consolidated bill according to the procedures outlined below.

                1.   PG&E will calculate the Electric ESP’s energy cost charges. The Electric ESP’s rate schedule is used
                     to calculate the energy cost component. Information regarding the submission of rate schedule
                     information by the Electric ESP is covered within Chapter 3: Processing DASRs.




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                2.   PG&E’s charges for transmission, delivery, PPPs, CTC, and other charges that may apply to a given
                     customer, are calculated separately using the customer’s PG&E rate schedule.

                3.   The Electric ESP’s charges are then combined with PG&E’s charges onto one bill.

                4.   Utility user taxes, if applicable, are calculated on the total of the PG&E and Electric ESP combined
                     charges.

                5.   Other processing functions such as the update of receivables, payments, credits, debits, and other
                     adjustments are performed by PG&E to generate the Consolidated UDC bill.


Bill Printing and Delivery
                1.   Bills will follow the format designated by the Electric ESP in the Direct Access Consolidated Billing
                     Options Worksheet, to include the layout, logos, and other enclosures specified.

                2.   A printed copy of the bill is mailed to end-use customers on Summary Billing and to those end-use
                     customer not on Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).

                3.   If the customer has an EDI Trading Partner Agreement in place with PG&E and has followed the
                     requirements for implementing EDI as outlined in Chapter 2: DA Setup, PG&E can submit invoices
                     to the end-use customer electronically.


Reports generated by PG&E
                Since the billing process is a collaborative effort, it requires constant communication between the Electric
                ESP and PG&E. Reports are the method by which PG&E and the Electric ESP coordinate their
                consolidated billing effort. Reports are sent manually by PG&E in an electronic format, to the Electric
                ESP. Contents of the report include data relating to rate schedule changes and billed data and revenue.
                Reports are created daily.


Daily Billing File
                The daily billing file consists of two sections. The first section includes the billing data. He second
                section includes any adjustments made to a particular bill.




Utility User Tax Application
                Under the rate-ready billing type, PG&E will calculate any applicable utility user taxes on the total of the
                PG&E and Electric ESP combined charges. PG&E will apply the utility user tax, including exemptions
                and caps based on PG&E’s agreement with the governing cities and counties in PG&E’s service territory.

                Under the bill-ready billing type, PG&E, will apply utility user taxes on the Electric ESP’s charges.




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                Remittance of utility user tax is the responsibility of each party, PG&E, and Electric ESP for their
                respective taxable charges. PG&E will report the taxes billed on the Electric ESP charges to the Electric
                ESP. PG&E will only remit the utility user tax collected to the Electric ESP. The Electric ESP is
                responsible for remitting the utility user tax to the governing authority.


How PG&E calculates Electric ESP payments

                WHEN A CUSTOMER MAKES PAYMENT TO PG&E


                The portion due to the ESP is then forwarded on the the ESPs financial institution. This is done via ACH
                wire fund transfer, using banking data provided by the ESP.

                Because the amount deposited to the bank is one lump sum, PG&E then sends to the ESP an electronic
                file which lists the detail for that deposit (customers’ names, account ID’s and associated remittance
                amounts) since this payment file is sent automatically, the ESP must provide PG&E with one e-mail
                address where the report is to be sent.


                PAYMENTS FROM ELECTRIC ESP TO PG&E

                Payments from the Electric ESP to PG&E encompass service charges for billing services, which PG&E
                provides on behalf of the Electric ESP. The Electric ESP will be responsible for the payment of PG&E’s
                charges on an ongoing basis while Consolidated UDC billing is in effect. Charges are dependent upon the
                transactions incurred during a given month, and Electric ESPs are billed once a month for these charges
                by PG&E. Service charge amounts billed can vary for each account specified under the Consolidated
                UDC billing option. Charges associated with Consolidated UDC billing are specified on PG&E’s Web
                Tariff Book Web site. PG&E, upon ten (10) days written notice, may net any past due payment for
                associated Consolidated UDC billing services, as outlined in Rate Schedule E-ESP (see PG&E’s Web
                Tariff Book Web site), against payments by PG&E on the Electric ESP’s accounts receivable.


Consolidated ESP Billing

                Consolidated ESP billing involves the transmission of charges for transmission, distribution, PPP, and
                CTC from PG&E to the Electric ESP.


                BILL FORMAT REQUIREMENTS

                PG&E requires that Electric ESPs provide detailed page showing PG&E related charges according to a
                standardized format. Electric ESPs should consult the PG&E Bill Format for Consolidated ESP Billing
                document for detailed requirements on the representation and transmission of PG&E billing information.
                The document can be downloaded from the “DA Documents” link on the ESP Resource Center.




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                CALCULATION OF CHARGES OWED TO PG&E

                PG&E calculates charges for a given service account’s electric transmission and distribution services.
                Transmission and distribution charge information is then sent electronically to the Electric ESP for
                inclusion in the Electric ESP’s bill.


                PAYMENT PROCESSING

                Once PG&E’s charges are calculated, these charges are transmitted to the Electric ESP through Electronic
                Data Interchange (EDI). The Electric ESP is responsible for payment to PG&E regardless of whether or
                not it receives payment from the end-use customer. The Electric ESP must submit payments to PG&E via
                EDI as discussed below.


                ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI)

                Electric ESPs wishing to provide billing services for PG&E must meet EDI requirements (see Chapter 2:
                DA Setup for detailed information). EDI is the adopted standard for the transmission of charge
                information from PG&E to the Electric ESP and for PG&E’s subsequent receipt of payments from the
                Electric ESP. Service accounts that are billed through Consolidated ESP billing must be added to the list
                of EDI customers for a given Electric ESP.


Separate Billing Procedures

                Under the Separate billing option, both PG&E and the Electric ESP will bill the end-use customer
                individually for their respective charges. Neither billing nor payment information is exchanged between
                the Electric ESP and PG&E since each entity is responsible for the billing and collection of payments
                associated with Separate billing service accounts.




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CHAPTER 8




CUSTOMER INFORMATION
RELEASES


Overview

            This chapter provides information on how Electric ESPs participating in DA with PG&E can obtain
            certain types of customer information.


Confidential Customer Information Release

            Electric ESPs have the opportunity to request customer specific information that includes energy usage for
            the last 12 billing transactions.. In order to request information for a customer, the Electric ESP will be
            required to obtain and provide ESP Services with a signed Customer Information Release form and
            indicate the specific customer account number(s). The form can be obtained from the “DA Documents”
            link on the ESP Resource Center website. The signed form should be faxed to Robert Reeder at (415)
            973-2194 or e-mailed to rwr6@pge.com.

            The following data will be provided in the customer information release:

                Service ID                                    Meter Number

                Customer Name                                 Meter Read Date (current/prior)

                Service Address                               Billing Cycle Days

                Billing Address                               TOU Split (Demand & Energy)
                    SIC 2                                       Total revenue for last 12 billing periods

                    Rate Schedule                               Total kWh for last 12 billing periods

                        Note: Load research sample data will not be included in the release of customer
                        information.

                PG&E will forward the information described above within 10 working days of its receipt of the Electric
                ESP’s request. PG&E will provide DA customer data free of charge for up to two times a year. However,
                a charge of $40.00 per data set will apply to subsequent requests. Data format options include hard copy
                report, floppy disk or e-mail file.

                Regarding a request status contact Robert Reeder at (415) 973-5480 or e-mail rwr6@pge.com.




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GLOSSARY




DIRECT ACCESS TERMS


APPLICANT              A person or agency requesting PG&E to supply electric service or for charges in electric
                       service. Electric service may consist of both energy and energy related services.

APPLICATION            An oral, electronic, or a written request to PG&E for electric service; not an inquiry as to the
                       availability or charges for such service. The form of the request shall be at PG&E’s discretion.

BASELINE               A rate structure mandated by the California Legislative and implemented at PG&E in 1984 that
                       insures all residential customers are provided a minimum necessary quantity of electricity at the
                       lowest possible cost.

BILLING AGENT          The billing agent prepares and submits bills to end-use customers; collects and processes
                       payments; and remits aggregate funds and records to its clients.

BILLING CYCLE          The regular interval at which a bill for electric service is rendered; typically spans a 27 to 33 day
                       period.

BILLING DEMAND         The demand on which the customer is to be billed in accordance with the terms and conditions
                       of their applicable rate schedule.

BILLING FACTOR         Factor used to calculate a bill on a daily basis as opposed to monthly, when the billing period is
                       other than 27 to 33 days. All rate schedules assume monthly billings of 27 to 33, and the Billing
                       Factor for these billings is equal to 1. The factor is used to adjust flat monthly charges (such as
                       fixed usage accounts), monthly customer, monthly meter, and minimum service charges to
                       monthly parity when an account is billed for fewer than 27 days (Billing Factor is less than 1), or
                       when billed for more than 33 days (Billing Factor is greater than 1). The factor is based on 365
                       days divided by 12 months, which is 30.4166, the number of average days in an average
                       month. The billing Factor formula is:

                       Billing Factor = Number of Billing Days divided by 30.4166

BILLING MONTH          The period of time over which a customer is billed for services rendered during a particular
                       billing cycle.

BILLING SERVICE DATE   The effective date for commencement of either of the direct Access Consolidated Billing
                       options.

BUSINESS DAY           A day on which PG&E offices are open to conduct general business in California.
COMMISSION                  The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, sometimes referred to as the Public
                            Utilities Commission (PUC) or the CPUC.

COMPETITIVE TRANSITION      Defined in Public Utilities Code Section 840 and by the Commission.
CHARGE (CTC)

CONNECTED LOAD              The sum of the rated capacities of all the customer’s equipment that can be connected to
                            PG&E’s lines at any one time as more completely described in the rate schedules.

CPUC (CALIFORNIA PUBLIC     The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California.
UTILITIES COMMISSION)

CURTAILMENT                 The temporary reduction or interruption of service to customers because of projected or actual
                            supply or capacity constraints, as further defined in Rule 14 and PG&E’s Electrical Emergency
                            Plan. PG&E may also request such load reduction under the provisions of its nonfirm
                            programs.

CUSTOMER                    The person, group of persons, firm, corporation, institution, municipality, or other civic body, in
                            whose name service is rendered, as evidenced by the signature on the application, contract, or
                            agreement for that service, or in the absence of a signed instrument, by the receipt and
                            payment of bills regularly issued in that name, regardless of the identity of the actual user of the
                            service. a customer may take Full Service or Direct Access Service, but must take final
                            delivery of electrical power, and not resell that power.

DEMAND                      The amount of energy drawn by a Customer at a specific time. Typically expressed in kilowatts
                            or kW.

DEMAND CHARGE               One component of an electric customer’s bill (along with, but not limited to, the customer
                            charge, meter charge, and the energy charge). This charge recovers some of the costs PG&E
                            incurs in providing sufficient operating capacity to meet that customer’s maximum demand.
                            The demand charge is based on the highest level of kW required by the customer during a
                            billing period.

DIRECT ACCESS METER         A meter meeting the Commission’s requirements to support Direct Access Service to a Direct
                            Access Customer not eligible for a Load Profile.

DIRECT ACCESS SERVICE       Defined in Rule 22.

DIRECT ACCESS SERVICE       An application for Direct Access Service submitted to PG&E on behalf of a Customer by an
REQUEST (DASR)              Electric ESP, as described in Rule 22.

DISTRIBUTION LOSS FACTORS   The loss of energy over distribution lines are categorized into two distinct loss factor types:
                            Distribution Line Losses and Total Distribution System Losses.
                            Distribution Line Losses consist of:
                                          losses due to resistance in the distribution lines
                                          transformer core losses
                            Total Distribution System Losses consist of:
                                          distribution line losses
                                          metering error - the difference between the actual electric usage at the meter
                                           and the recorded meter read plus any differences due to malfunctioning meters
                                          energy theft - the deliberate and unauthorized use of energy

DISTRIBUTION SERVICES       The delivery of electrical supply and related services by PG&E to a customer over PG&E’s
                            Distribution System.




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DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM             Those non-ISO transmission and distribution facilities owned, controlled, and operated by
                                PG&E that are used to provide Distribution Service under these tariffs.

ELECTRIC SUPPLY OR              Includes, but is not limited to, procurement of electric energy; all scheduling; settlement, and
PROCUREMENT SERVICES            other interactions with Scheduling Coordinators, the ISO and the PX; all ancillary services and
                                congestion management.

ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE     The electronic transmission and receipt of data and/or funds in agreed upon formats in
(EDI)                           accordance with PG&E’s specifications.

ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDER         An entity who provides electric supply services to DA Customers within PG&E’s service
(ESP)                           territory. An ESP may also provide certain metering and billing services to its DA Customers as
                                provided for within these tariffs.

FIXED TRANSITION AMOUNT (FTA)   A non-bypassable, separate charge that is authorized by the Commission to be charged to
CHARGE                          residential and small commercial customers to allow PG&E to recover financed transition costs
                                and the costs of providing, recovering, financing or refinancing transition costs, including the
                                costs of issuing, servicing, and retiring Rate Reduction Bonds.

FULL SERVICE                    As defined in Rule 22.

GENERATION CUSTOMER             Any PG&E electric customer with electric generation facilities (including back-up generation in
                                parallel with PG&E) on the customer’s side of the interconnection point.

INDEPENDENT SYSTEM OPERATOR     The California Independent System Operator Corporation, a state chartered, non-profit
(ISO)                           corporation that controls the transmission facilities of all participating transmission owners and
                                dispatches certain generating units and loads. The ISO is responsible for the operation and
                                control of the statewide transmission grid.

KILOWATT                        1,000 watts; a watt is a unit of electrical power equal to a current of one ampere under one volt
                                of pressure.

KILOWATT-HOUR                   1,000 watts, or one (1) kilowatt of electricity used for one hour.

LOAD PROFILES                   An approximation of a Customer’s electric usage pattern as approved by the Commission for
                                certain purposes set forth in PG&E’s tariffs.

MASTER-METERED CUSTOMER         A PG&E Customer who takes Full or Direct Access Service at a single “master meter” and
                                distributes electric supply, by its own means, to tenants within its own premises. The
                                availability of master metering is limited by Rule 18 and the P.U. Code.

MASTER-METERING                 Where PG&E installs one service and meter supply more than one residence, apartment
                                dwelling unit, mobile home space, store, office, etc.

METER                           The instrument that is used for measuring the electricity delivered to the Customer. In certain
                                circumstances, the terms “meter” or “metering” also include related metering facilities or
                                equipment.

METER DATA MANAGEMENT           the entity that takes raw meter outputs, validates them using validation, editing, and estimating
AGENT (MDMA)                    rules, adds corollary information needed to characterize the customer, and makes complete
                                customer information available to others for use in various applications.

METER SERVICE PROVIDER          The entity that installs, validates, registers, and maintains the physical meter required on a
(MSP)                           premise to measure the required variables.

METERING FACILITIES OR          A meter, its associated current and potential transformers, test facilities, communication




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METERING EQUIPMENT            interfaces, and other associated metering equipment required for the measurement of supply
                              deliveries to a Customer’s Account.

OPTIONAL RATE SCHEDULES       Commission-approved rate schedules for a customer class from which any customer in that
                              class may choose. Optional rate schedules do not include experimental schedules or
                              schedules available at the sole option of PG&E.

PAID OR PAYMENT               Funds received by PG&E through the postal service, PG&E payment office, PG&E authorized
                              agent, or deposited in PG&E’s bank account by Electronic Data Interchange.

PERSON                        Any individual, partnership, corporation, public agency, or other organization operating as a
                              single entity.

POWER EXCHANGE (PX)           The California Power Exchange Corporation, a state chartered, non-profit organization charged
                              with establishing a competitive spot market for electric power through day and hour ahead
                              auction of generation and demand bids, in accordance with the PX Tariff.

POWER EXCHANGE SUPPLY COST    PX supply costs will be shown as either the cost of PX energy purchased by PG&E for a full
                              Service Customer’s use, or the credit for a Direct Access Customer.

POWER FACTOR                  The percent of total power delivery (kV) which does useful work. for billing purposes, average
                              power factor is calculated from a trigonometric function of the ratio of reactive kilovolt-ampere-
                              hours to the kilowatt-hours consumed during the billing month.

PREMISES                      All of the real property and apparatus employed in a single enterprise on an integral parcel of
                              land undivided, excepting, in the case of industrial, agricultural, oil field, resort enterprises, and
                              public or quasi-public institutions, by a dedicated street, highway or public thoroughfare or
                              railway. Automobile parking lots constituting part of land adjacent to a single enterprise may be
                              separated by an alley from the remainder of the Premises served.

PUBLIC PURPOSE PROGRAMS       A non-bypassable surcharge imposed on all retail sales of electricity and electrical services to
CHARGES                       fund public goods research, development and demonstration, energy efficient activities, and low
                              income assistance programs.

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION   The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California.

QUALIFIED CONTRACTOR/         An applicant’s contractor or subcontractor who:
SUBCONTRACTOR (QC/S)
                                             is licensed in California for the appropriate type of work such as, but not limited
                                              to, electrical and general;

                                             employs electric workmen properly qualified (Qualified Electrical Worker,
                                              Qualified Person, etc.) as defined in State of California High Voltage Safety
                                              Orders (Title 8, Chapter 4, Subchapter 5, Group 2); and

                                             complies with applicable laws such as but not limited to, Equal Opportunity
                                              Regulations, OSHA, and EPA

RATE SCHEDULE                 One or more tariff sheet(s) setting forth the charges and conditions for a particular class or type
                              of service in a given area or location. A rate schedule includes all of the wording on the
                              applicable tariff sheet(s), such as Schedule number, title, class of service, applicability, territory,
                              rates, conditions, and references to rules.

RULES                         Tariff sheets which cover the application of all rates, charges, and services when such
                              applicability is not set forth in and as part of the rate schedules.

SCHEDULED METER READING       The date PG&E has scheduled a Customer’s meter to be read for the purposes of ending the




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DATE                         current billing cycle and beginning a new one. PG&E’s meter reading schedule is published
                             annually, but is subject to periodic change.

SCHEDULING COORDINATOR       An entity meeting requirements as set forth by the Commission, FERC, and these tariffs.

SERVICE ID                   A PG&E-specific identifier for tracking energy service deliveries for a specific load through one
                             or more meters at a customer premises or location. one customer may have several accounts
                             within a premises or throughout PG&E’s service territory.

SETTLEMENT QUALITY DATA      With respect to metering, validated or estimated interval data that is formatted into hourly usage
                             data. This data includes monthly cumulative data that has been converted to an hourly format
                             by the application of an approved load profile.

SETTLEMENT READY DATA        With respect to metering, settlement quality data that has had the appropriate distribution loss
                             factors applied and is aggregated for delivery to the scheduling coordinator.

SUBMETERING                  Where the master-metered customer installs, owns, maintains, and reads the meters for billing
                             the tenants in accordance with Rule 18.

TARIFF SHEET                 An individual sheet of tariff schedules.

TARIFFS                      The entire body of effective rates, rentals, charges, and rules, collectively, of PG&E, including
                             title page, preliminary statement, rate schedules, rules, sample forms, service area maps, and a
                             list of contracts and deviations.

TIME-OF-USE                  Rate option that prices electricity according to the season or time of day that it is used. Such
                             usage is aggregated into discrete time periods, which are called “TOU” periods and are as
                             specified in the PG&E rate schedules.

TRANSMISSION LOAD CUSTOMER   A PG&E electric customer, interconnected to PG&E’s power system at a transmission level
                             voltage, who has no generation of its own paralleled with the PG&E system and is not
                             interconnected with any generation source other than PG&E.

UTILITY                      Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

UTILITY USERS TAX            A tax imposed by local governments on PG&E’s customers. PG&E is required to bill customers
                             within the city or county for the taxes due, collect the taxes from customers, and then pay the
                             taxes to the city or county. The tax is calculated as a percentage of the charges billed by PG&E
                             for energy use.

XREF ID                      A unique non-changing customer-commodity-location specific number. Once the XREF ID has
                             been assigned to a DA commodity account, it will not change throughout the life of the account
                             unless DA is cancelled. Essentially, the XREF ID provides a way to readily identify DA
                             commodity accounts and to reference the history of the commodity even if the customer
                             switches to different ESPs.




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APPENDIX A




SERVICE TERRITORY CITY
CODES


CITY CODE LETTERS CORRESPOND TO THE SECOND AND THIRD CHARACTERS OF THE CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NUMBER.

CITY NAME            CITY                  ALLEGHANY               IU                  ANDRUS ISLAND   PP
                     CODE
                                           ALLENSWORTH            AF                   ANGELS CAMP     XB
ACADEMY                TK
                                           ALMANOR                Q1                   ANGWIN          N2
ACAMPO                 AK
                                           ALPAUGH                AF                   ANNAPOLIS       1N
ADAMS SPRINGS          ZH
                                           ALTA                   H1                   ANNAPOLIS       1N
AGNEW                  VP
                                           ALTAVILLE              XB                   ANTELOPE        AN
AGUA CALIENTE          NV
                                           ALTO                   NK                   ANTIOCH         JC
AHWAHNEE               AE
                                           ALTON                  KT                   APPLEGATE       H2
ALAMEDA                JP
                                           ALVISO                 AV                   APTOS           AP
ALAMO                  AL
                                           AMADOR CITY            QB                   ARBUCKLE        DB
ALBANY                 AB
                                           AMBOY                   T3                  ARCATA          AC
ALBION                QA
                                           AMERICAN CANYON        NY                   ARGUS           TD
ALDER SPRINGS          FJ
                                           ANCHOR BAY             P2                   ARNOLD          XA
ALDER SPRINGS          TK
                                           ANDERSON               AS                   AROMAS          XK
ALDERPOINT             G4
                                           ANDERSON SPRINGS       ZM                   AROMAS          XK
ALEXANDER VALLEY       NH
ARROYO GRANDE        AG                 BANTA                X2                 BETHANY            XV

ARROYO GRANDE        AG                 BASS LAKE            LD                 BETHEL ISLAND      BI

ARROYO SECO          GF                 BAXTER               H3                 BETTERAVIA         BX

ARTOIS               9A                 BAY POINT            DP                 BIEBER             UQ

ARVIN                AR                 BAYLISS              FJ                 BIG BEND           UD

ASTI                 2N                 BAYSIDE              YS                 BIG BEND           H8

ATASCADERO          WW                  BAYWOOD PARK         LG                 BIG BEND VILLAGE   DS

ATHERTON             AT                 BEALE AFB            BY                 BIG LAGOON         LF

ATWATER             AW                  BEAR VALLEY          9S                 BIG MEADOW         TJ

AUBERRY              AU                 BEAR VALLEY          ZS                 BIG OAK FLAT       EF

AUBURN               HB                 BEAR VALLEY          2T                 BIG SPRINGS        FP

AUBURN               HB                 BEAR VALLEY          TR                 BIG SUR            ME
                                        SPRING
AUCKLAND             TJ                                                         BIGGS              JM
                                        BELDEN               Q9
AUKUM                XD                                                         BIOLA              BA
                                        BELL SPRINGS         LM
AVENAL               AZ                                                         BIRCHVILLE         HM
                                        BELLA VISTA          VH
AVERY                XY                                                         BIRDS LANDING      P7
                                        BELLA VISTA          VH
AVILA BEACH          AA                                                         BIRDS LANDING      PP
                                        BELMONT              RN
AVON                 JG                                                         BITTERWATER        BJ
                                        BELVEDERE            NU
BACHELOR VALLEY      ZU                                                         BLACK POINT        NM
                                        BEN LOMOND           BP
BADGER               AD                                                         BLACKWELLS         TX
                                        BENBOW               LM                 CORNER
BAKER RANCH          GE
                                        BEND                 FN                 BLAKES LANDING     MM
BAKERSFIELD          TC
                                        BENICIA              BE                 BLOCKSBURG         KD
BAKERSFIELD          TC
                                        BERENDA              TN                 BLOOMFIELD         NN
BAKERSFIELD          TC
                                        BERKELEY             JR                 BLUE CANYON        H5
BALLARD              B7
                                        BERKELEY             JR                 BLUE LAKE          CQ
BALLICO              BQ
                                        BERRY CREEK          IY                 BLUE LAKE          CQ
BANGOR               YB




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BODEGA               BB                 BROWNS VALLEY        BL                 CALWA             TK

BODEGA BAY           BB                 BROWNSVILLE          IV                 CAMANCHE          XD

BODEGA BAY           BB                 BRUSH CREEK          IH                 CAMBRIA           KA

BOGARD STATION       FF                 BRYTE                WS                 CAMDEN            TT

BOLINAS              BZ                 BUCKINGHAM PARK      ZK                 CAMERON PARK      GS

BONNY DOON           VT                 BUCKS LAKE           FP                 CAMINO            GP

BOONVILLE            UF                 BUELLTON             B9                 CAMP CONNELL      XA

BOOTJACK             TS                 BUMBLEBEE            XR                 CAMP MEEKER       CR

BORON                BO                 BURLINGAME           BS                 CAMP MONTECITO    TJ

BOULDER CREEK        BC                 BURNEY               FF                 CAMP SACRAMENTO   HT

BOWLES               TT                 BURNT RANCH          L3                 CAMPBELL          CM

BOWMAN               HB                 BURREL               BF                 CAMPBELL          CM

BOYES HOT            7N                 BURREL               BF                 CAMPO SECO        XE
SPRINGS
                                        BURSON               XI                 CAMPO SECO        VS
BRADLEY              DC
                                        BURSON               XI                 CAMPTONVILLE      IQ
BRADLEY              DC
                                        BUTTE CITY           ET                 CANTUA CREEK      KK
BRANNAN ISLAND       PP
                                        BUTTE MEADOWS        F1                 CANYON            J2
BRANSCOMB           W9
                                        BUTTONWILLOW         BU                 CANYON DAM        Q4
BRENTWOOD           BW
                                        BYRON                BN                 CAPAY             FJ
BRICELAND            LM
                                        CACHAGUA             CY                 CAPAY             3P
BRIDGEPORT          HM
                                        CACHUMA              3B                 CAPITOLA          CP
BRIDGEVILLE          KE
                                        CADIZ                2C                 CARBONA           XV
BRIGHTON             PS
                                        CALAVERAS BIG        XA                 CARIBOU           FP
BRISBANE             AH                 TREES
                                                                                CARLOTTA          KH
BROOKDALE            BD                 CALIFORNIA VALLEY    3C
                                                                                CARMEL            CE
BROOKS               2P                 CALISTOGA            N3
                                                                                CARMEL HIGHLAND   CE
BROWNS FLAT          XR                 CALPELLA             UG
                                                                                CARMEL VALLEY     CY




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CARMEL VALLEY        CE                 CHALLENGE            YQ                 CLINTON          XD

CARMICHAEL           CA                 CHAMBLESS            TD                 CLIPPER GAP      HB

CARRISA PLAINS       T4                 CHEROKEE             FM                 CLIPPER MILLS    IM

CARSON HILL          XB                 CHESTER              Y8                 CLOVERDALE       ND

CARUTHERS            CB                 CHICAGO PARK         JF                 CLOVIS           CI

CARUTHERS            CB                 CHICO                FB                 CLYDE            CD

CASMALIA             B6                 CHILES VALLEY        N3                 COALINGA         TF

CASPAR               QC                 CHINESE CAMP         EJ                 COARSEGOLD       GO

CASSEL               UR                 CHOLAME              DG                 COBB             ZH

CASTLE GARDENS       TR                 CHOWCHILLA           TP                 COHASSET         FB

CASTRO VALLEY        CV                 CHOWCHILLA           TP                 COLD CREEK       NX

CASTROVILLE          CT                 CHRISTIAN VALLEY     HB                 COLD SPRINGS     YU

CATHEYS VALLEY       CZ                 CHROME               FJ                 COLFAX           HF

CAWELO               TX                 CHUALAR              CF                 COLLEGE CITY     CC

CAYTON VALLEY        FF                 CISCO GROVE          H8                 COLLINSVILLE     PP

CAYUCOS              KY                 CITRUS HEIGHTS       CH                 COLMA            AI

CAZADERO             4N                 CLARKSBURG           CG                 COLOMA           GQ

CEDAR FLAT          LW                  CLARKSVILLE          HT                 COLUMBIA         YW

CEDAR GROVE          TJ                 CLAY                 XF                 COLUSA           PX

CEDAR RIDGE          JE                 CLAYTON              CL                 COMPTCHE         UH

CEDARBROOK           TJ                 CLEAR CREEK          Q7                 CONCORD          JG

CENTERVILLE          FB                 CLEARLAKE            ZC                 CONCOW           FM

CENTERVILLE          KQ                 CLEARLAKE OAKS       ZE                 CONEJO           TT

CENTERVILLE          TK                 CLEARLAKE PARK       ZP                 CONFIDENCE       XR

CENTRAL VALLEY       VE                 CLEMENTS             KM                 COOL             GD

CERES                AJ                 CLEONE               NF                 COPPEROPOLIS     XC

CERES                AJ                 CLINGANS JUNCTION    TJ                 CORCORAN         TG




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CORDELIA             PK                 CUYAMA VALLEY        CJ                 DIGIORGIO           TC

CORDELIA             PJ                 DAGGETT              TD                 DILLON BEACH        ZD

CORNING             WF                  DAIRYVILLE           FN                 DINSMORE            KE

CORRAL DE TIERRA     BT                 DALY CITY            RB                 DINUBA              TJ

CORRALITOS           VX                 DANA                 DY                 DINUBA              TJ

CORTE MADERA         CN                 DANVILLE             DD                 DIXON               PF

COTATI               CO                 DAVENPORT            DN                 DIXON               PF

COTTONWOOD           KO                 DAVIS                PY                 DOBBINS             DO

COTTONWOOD           KO                 DAYTON               FB                 DONNER SUMMITT      H8

COULTERVILLE         CX                 DE SABLA             FM                 DORRINGTON          XA

COULTERVILLE         CX                 DEER PARK            N4                 DOS PALOS           DZ

COVELO              W7                  DEHAVEN             QW                  DOS PALOS (SOUTH)   DT

COW CREEK            SR                 DEL LOMA             L1                 DOS PALOS (SOUTH)   TM

COYOTE               VR                 DEL PASO HEIGHTS     PS                 DOS PALOS Y         TM

CRESCENT MILLS       EY                 DEL REY              DR                 DOS RIOS            W6

CRESSEY              CS                 DEL REY              DR                 DOUGLAS FLAT        XG

CRESSMAN             AU                 DEL REY OAKS         BT                 DOWNIEVILLE         HJ

CRESTON              DQ                 DELEVAN              PX                 DRUM VALLEY         TJ

CROCKETT             CK                 DELFT COLONY         TJ                 DRYTOWN             QD

CROWS LANDING        X6                 DELHI                1X                 DUBLIN              DU

CUMMINGS             G5                 DENAIR               DK                 DUNCAN MILLS        M1

CUNNINGHAM           NR                 DENAIR               DK                 DUNLAP              DI

CUPERTINO            VV                 DENVERTON            FS                 DUNNIGAN            DB

CUSHENBURY           TD                 DERBY ACRES          DE                 DUNNIGAN            DB
SPRINGS
                                        DIABLO               DL                 DURHAM              DH
CUTLER              CW
                                        DIAMOND SPRINGS      GT                 DUSTIN ACRES        DA
CUTTEN               LF
                                        DIBBLE CREEK         FN                 DUTCH FLAT          H4




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EARLIMART            EA                 ELK RIVER            LF                 FEATHER FALLS    IF

EAST NICOLAUS        HP                 ELKHORN              BT                 FELLOWS          FW

EAST NICOLAUS        NO                 ELMIRA               EI                 FELTON           FE

EAST OAKLAND         JQ                 ELVERTA              EV                 FERNBRIDGE       KJ

EAST PALO ALTO       EP                 ELVERTA              EV                 FERNDALE         KQ

EASTON               TK                 ELVERTA              EV                 FETTERS HOT      NV
                                                                                SPRINGS
ECHO LAKE            HT                 EMERYVILLE           EM
                                                                                FIDDLETOWN       QE
EDISON               TC                 EMIGRANT GAP         H5
                                                                                FIELDBROOK       OX
EDWARDS              ED                 EMMET                B6
                                                                                FIELDS LANDING   YL
EDWARDS (NORTH)      ED                 EMPIRE               ER
                                                                                FINLEY           ZF
EDWARDS AFB          ED                 ENTERPRISE           FQ
                                                                                FIREBAUGH        FG
EEL ROCK             LM                 ESCALON              X5
                                                                                FISH CAMP        YF
EL CAMINO           WF                  ESCALON              X5
                                                                                FITCH MOUNTAIN   NH
EL CERRITO           EC                 ESHOM VALLEY         TJ
                                                                                FIVE POINTS      FT
EL DORADO            GV                 ESPARTO              4P
                                                                                FLORIN           PS
EL DORADO HILLS     GW                  ETTERSBURG           1G
                                                                                FLOURNOY         OF
EL GRANADA           VG                 EUREKA               LF
                                                                                FOLSOM           FL
EL MACERO            EO                 FAIR OAKS            FO
                                                                                FORBESTOWN       IT
EL NIDO              EN                 FAIR PLAY            HT
                                                                                FORD CITY        TV
EL PORTAL            EL                 FAIRFAX              FX
                                                                                FOREST           IX
EL SOBRANTE          ES                 FAIRFIELD            PJ
                                                                                FOREST GLEN      8F
EL VERANO            NV                 FAIRHAVEN            AM
                                                                                FOREST KNOLLS    FK
ELDERWOOD            WJ                 FAIRMEAD             TP
                                                                                FOREST RANCH     F9
ELDRIDGE             NV                 FALL RIVER MILLS     UE
                                                                                FORESTHILL       GE
ELK                  P3                 FALLON               ZB
                                                                                FORESTVILLE      FV
ELK CREEK            9E                 FAMOSO               TX
                                                                                FORESTVILLE      FV
ELK GROVE            EG                 FARMINGTON           FA




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FORT BRAGG           NF                 FRUITLAND            LM                 GONZALES          GZ

FORT ORD             SS                 FRUITVALE            TC                 GOODYEARS BAR     JD

FORT ORD             MA                 FULTON               FU                 GRAND ISLAND      PP

FORT ROSS            5N                 GALT                 GA                 GRANITE BAY       HS

FORT SEWARD          2G                 GALT                 GA                 GRANITE BAY       KR

FORTUNA              LJ                 GANNS MEADOW         XA                 GRANITE STATION   TC

FOSTER CITY          FC                 GARBERVILLE          LM                 GRAPEVINE         TC

FOUR COURNERS        TD                 GARDEN VALLEY        GG                 GRASS VALLEY      HM

FOWLER               FI                 GARDENLAND           PS                 GRATON            GR

FRANKLIN             PS                 GAREY                BX                 GRAYSON           X7

FRANZ VALLEY         NL                 GENERAL GRANT        TJ                 GREELEY HILL      7G
                                        GROVE
FREEDOM              XM                                                         GREENACRES        TC
                                        GENESEE              EZ
FREEPORT             PS                                                         GREENBRAE         LK
                                        GEORGETOWN           GH
FREESTONE            NR                                                         GREENFIELD        GF
                                        GERBER               GB
FREMONT              JJ                                                         GREENFIELD        TC
                                        GEYSERS              ND
FRENCH CAMP          FH                                                         GREENVILLE        YG
                                        GEYSERVILLE          NC
FRENCH CAMP          FH                                                         GREENWOOD         GI
                                        GILROY               VF
FRENCH CORRAL        JO                                                         GRIDLEY           FD
                                        GLEN ELLEN           6N
FRENCH CORRAL        IJ                                                         GRIMES            ZA
                                        GLENBURN             DX
FRENCH GULCH         ZG                                                         GRIMES            ZA
                                        GLENCOE              QV
FRESH POND           HT                                                         GRIZZLEY BLUFF    LJ
                                        GLENHAVEN            ZJ
FRESHWATER           LF                                                         GRIZZLY FLATS     GX
                                        GLENN                9G
FRESNO               TK                                                         GRIZZLY ISLAND    FS
                                        GOLD HILL            HT
FRESNO               TK                                                         GROVELAND         YY
                                        GOLD LAKE            IG
FRIANT               FR                                                         GROVER BEACH      GC
                                        GOLD RIVER           RA
FRIANT               FR                                                         GUADALUPE         B8
                                        GOLD RUN             H6
FRIANT               FR                                                         GUALALA           P4




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GUERNEVILLE          NG                 HAYWARD              JK                 HORSE CORAL FLAT   TJ

GUERNSEY             TG                 HEALDSBURG           NH                 HUB                TT

GUINDA               5P                 HEART MEADOW         TJ                 HUGHSON            HG

GUSTINE              GU                 HELM                 HE                 HUGHSON            HG

GUSTINE              GU                 HENLEYVILLE          WF                 HUMBOLDT HILL      LF

HACIENDA             FV                 HERCULES             HR                 HUME LAKE          HK

HALCYON              AG                 HERITAGE RANCH       BR                 HUMPHREYS          TK
                                                                                STATION
HALES GROVE          LM                 HERNDON              TK
                                                                                HUNTER LIG RES     JO
HALF MOON BAY        RH                 HICKMAN              HC
                                                                                HURLETON           FQ
HAMES VALLEY         DC                 HIGHWAY CITY         TK
                                                                                HURON              HU
HAMILTON CITY        9H                 HILLCREST            FF
                                                                                HYDESVILLE         KV
HAMILTON FIELD      NM                  HILLSBOROUGH         HL
                                                                                IGNACIO            NM
HAMLET               NN                 HILMAR               HQ
                                                                                IGO                W1
HAMMONTON            HP                 HILTON               NG
                                                                                INDIAN FALLS       FP
HANFORD              HA                 HOBERGS              ZH
                                                                                INVERNESS          IN
HANFORD              HA                 HOLLISTER            BG
                                                                                INYOKERN           C9
HANFORD              HA                 HOLLYDALE PARK       NR
                                                                                IONE               QF
HARDON FLAT          XR                 HOLMES               LJ
                                                                                IOOF PARK          NG
HARDWICK             TT                 HOLY CITY            VJ
                                                                                IRWIN              XX
HARMONY              T7                 HOLY CITY            VJ
                                                                                ISLAND MOUNTAIN    3G
HARRIS               4G                 HONCUT               FQ
                                                                                ISLETON            P8
HARTLAND             TJ                 HONEYDEW             KU
                                                                                JACKASS HILL       XR
HASTINGS ISLAND      PP                 HONEYDEW             KU
                                                                                JACKSON            XD
HAT CREEK            US                 HOOPA                L1
                                                                                JACKSONVILLE       XR
HATHAWAY PINES       XO                 HOPETON              TR
                                                                                JACOBY CREEK       LF
HAUSNA               AG                 HOPLAND              UI
                                                                                JAMESTOWN          YZ
HAWKINS BAR          L8                 HORNITOS             HN




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JARBO GAP            FM                 KIRKWOOD             WF                 LANARE           TT

JEFFERSONVILLE       XR                 KNEELAND             KL                 LARGO            UI

JENNER               5N                 KNIGHTS FERRY        XN                 LARKFIELD        NR

JENNY LIND           XT                 KNIGHTS LANDING      KS                 LARKSPUR         LK

JOHNSON PARK         TU                 KNIGHTSEN            K3                 LAS CRUCES       2B

JOLON                JO                 KNOWLES              TN                 LAS DELTA        TM

JONESVILLE           FB                 KORBEL               KB                 LASSEN CAMP      MW

JOYCE ISLAND         FS                 KRAMER JUNCTION      TD                 LATHROP          LP

KEDDIE               Y3                 KYBURZ               GY                 LATHROP          LP

KELSEY               G1                 LA GRANGE            LR                 LATHROP          LP

KELSEYVILLE          ZK                 LA HONDA             LH                 LATON            LX

KENSINGTON           KN                 LA HONDA             LH                 LATON            LX

KENTFIELD            KF                 LA PORTE             IL                 LATROBE          HT

KENWOOD             KW                  LA PURISMA           2B                 LAYTONVILLE      W8

KERMAN               TH                 LA SELVA BEACH       VX                 LAYTONVILLE      W8

KETTENPOM            LM                 LAFAYETTE            LY                 LE GRAND         LQ

KETTLEMAN CITY       KC                 LAGUNITAS            LU                 LEBEC            LE

KEYES                2X                 LAKE ALMANOR         Q2                 LEESVILLE        9S

KEYES                2X                 LAKE BERRYESSA       N7                 LEGGETT          5G

KEYSTONE             XR                 LAKE DON PEDRO       SX                 LEMOORE          TL

KING CITY            BJ                 LAKE DON PEDRO       CX                 LIBERTY FARMS    PK

KING SALMON          LF                 LAKE DON PEDRO       LR                 LINCOLN          HD

KINGS CANYON         KG                 LAKE MADRONE         FQ                 LINCOLN          HD
NATIONAL PARK
                                        LAKE OF THE PINES    HM                 LINDA            HP
KINGSBURG            KI
                                        LAKEHEAD             LB                 LINDEN           LI
KINGSBURG            KI
                                        LAKEPORT             NJ                 LITTLE GRASS     IL
KINGVALE             H8                                                         VALLEY
                                        LAMONT               LT




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LITTLE NORWAY        8R                 LOS ALTOS HILLS      LA                 MANTON             MQ

LITTLE RIVER         QL                 LOS BANOS            TM                 MAPLE CREEK        LF

LITTLE VALLEY       W5                  LOS BERROS           AG                 MARICOPA           MF

LIVE OAK             LO                 LOS GATOS            VJ                 MARICOPA HEIGHTS   TV

LIVE OAK             LO                 LOS GATOS            VJ                 MARINA             MA

LIVERMORE            JN                 LOS MOLINOS          OM                 MARINWOOD          NQ

LIVINGSTON           LV                 LOS OLIVOS           B5                 MARIPOSA           TS

LOCH LOMOND          ZO                 LOS OSOS             LG                 MARSHALL           MM

LOCKEFORD            LC                 LOST HILLS           LL                 MARSHALL           MM

LOCKWOOD            VW                  LOTUS                8S                 MARSHALL STATION   TK

LODI                 XF                 LOVELOCK             FM                 MARTELL            QP

LODOGA               FJ                 LOWER LAKE           ZL                 MARTINEZ           MR

LOLETA               KX                 LUCERNE              ZI                 MARTINS BEACH      RH

LOLETA               KX                 LUCERNE VALLEY       T8                 MARYSVILLE         HP

LOMA MAR             VM                 LYONSVILLE           PC                 MATHER AFB         MN

LOMA RICA            HP                 LYTTON               NC                 MAXWELL            EU

LOMPICO              FE                 MAD RIVER            KZ                 MC ARTHUR          UU

LOMPOC               2B                 MADERA               TN                 MC CANN            LM

LONDON               TJ                 MADERA               TN                 MC CLELLAN FIELD   PS

LONE STAR            TK                 MADISON              6P                 MC FARLAND         MC

LONG BARN            EB                 MAGALIA              F3                 MC KINLEYVILLE     MV

LONGVALE             NZ                 MAGUNDEN             TC                 MC KITTRICK        MK

LONOAK               BJ                 MALAGA               TK                 MEADOW LAKES       TK

LOOMIS               LZ                 MANCHESTER           P1                 MEADOW VALLEY      EX

LOOMIS               LZ                 MANILA               LF                 MEADOW VISTA       GJ

LOS ALAMOS           B4                 MANTECA              XH                 MEADOWMONT         XB

LOS ALTOS            LA                 MANTECA              XH                 MENDOCINO          QM




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MENDOTA              MY                 MODESTO              XJ                 MOUNT BULLION    TS

MENLO PARK           MP                 MOJAVE               T5                 MOUNT HAMILTON   VP

MERCED               TR                 MOKELUMNE HILL       QT                 MOUNT HERMON     MT

MERCED FALLS         TR                 MOKELUMNE HILL       QT                 MOUNTAIN RANCH   XQ

MERIDIAN             EK                 MOLINO               NR                 MOUNTAIN REST    TK

MERRITT ISLAND       PP                 MONMOUTH             TT                 MOUNTAIN VIEW    VL

METTLER STATION      MZ                 MONO PINES           XR                 MUIR BEACH       OW

MI WUK VILLAGE      UW                  MONO VISTA           XR                 MUROC            TD

MICHIGAN BLUFF       GE                 MONSON               TJ                 MURPHYS          XU

MIDDLETOWN           ZM                 MONTA VISTA          VV                 MYERS FLAT       G6

MIDPINES             TS                 MONTARA              VD                 NAPA             NL

MILL CREEK           MX                 MONTE RIO            ZR                 NASHVILLE        HT

MILL VALLEY          NK                 MONTE SERENO         MS                 NAVARRO          UJ

MILLBRAE             MI                 MONTEREY             BM                 NAVELENCIA       RV

MILLVILLE            MJ                 MONTGOMERY           UT                 NELSON           NA
                                        CREEK
MILPITAS             ML                                                         NEVADA CITY      HH
                                        MOONSTONE BEACH      LF
MINERAL             MW                                                          NEW CUYAMA       3N
                                        MOOSE CAMP           FF
MINKLER              SR                                                         NEW IDRIA        AY
                                        MORAGA               MG
MINTURN              TN                                                         NEWARK           NE
                                        MORGAN HILL          MH
MIRABLE PARK         FV                                                         NEWBERRY         C4
                                        MORGAN HILL          MH                 SPRINGS
MIRAMONTE           MU
                                        MORRO BAY            MB                 NEWCASTLE        GK
MIRANDA              6G
                                        MOSS BEACH           VK                 NEWMAN           XL
MISSION DISTRICT     SL
                                        MOSS LANDING         MD                 NEWVILLE         FJ
MISSION HILLS        2B
                                        MOUNT AUKUM          GP                 NICASIO          N8
MO TRIANGLE          TV
                                        MOUNT AUKUM          8P                 NICE             ZN
MOCCASIN             YY
                                        MOUNT AUKUM          8P                 NICOLAUS         NO
MODESTO              XJ                 (NORTH)




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NIMSHEW              FM                 OCCIDENTAL           OC                 OROVILLE           FQ

NIPINNAWASEE         TQ                 OCEANO               OO                 ORRS HOT SPRINGS   NX

NIPOMO               B2                 ODD FELLOWS          EB                 OSWALD             HP

NIPOMO               B2                 OIL CENTER           TC                 OUTINGDALE         HT

NORD                 FB                 OILDALE              TC                 PACHECO            PA

NORDEN               H8                 OLD CUYAMA           TV                 PACIFIC GROVE      PG

NORTH COLUMBIA      HM                  OLD RIVER            TC                 PACIFIC HOUSE      HV

NORTH FORK           NT                 OLD STATION          UX                 PACIFICA           RP

NORTH HIGHLANDS      HI                 OLEANDER             TK                 PAGES CORNER       TK

NORTH SAN JUAN       IO                 OLEMA                OA                 PAICINES           AY

NORTHWOOD            ZR                 OLIVEHURST           OL                 PALERMO            IP

NOVATO              NM                  OMO RANCH            HX                 PALO CEDRO         AO

NOYO                 NF                 ONO                  V3                 PANOCHE VALLEY     AY

NUBIEBER             UV                 OPHIR                HB                 PARADISE           FM

O'BRIEN              LB                 ORA VISTA            FQ                 PARADISE PINES     FM

O'NEALS              ON                 ORANGE COVE          OE                 PARKFIELD          KP

OAK RUN              OU                 ORANGEVALE           OV                 PARLIER            PE

OAK RUN              OU                 ORCUTT               4B                 PASKENTA           XP

OAK SHORES           BR                 ORD BEND             FJ                 PASO ROBLES        BK

OAK SHORES           DC                 OREGON CITY          FM                 PATTERSON          X8

OAKDALE              XN                 OREGON HOUSE         OH                 PAYNES CREEK       PC

OAKHURST             TQ                 ORICK                OI                 PEACH TREE         BJ

OAKLAND              JQ                 ORINDA               OR                 PEARDALE           HM

OAKLAND              JQ                 ORLAND               FJ                 PEBBLE BEACH       PB

OAKLEY               OK                 ORLEANS              L2                 PENN VALLEY        IJ

OAKVILLE            OQ                  OROSI                OS                 PENNGROVE          9P

OCCIDENTAL           OC                 OROVILLE             FQ                 PENNINGTON         FQ




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PENRYN               GL                 PIONEER POINT        TD                 PRATHER          PR

PEPPERWOOD           LF                 PISMO BEACH          PW                 PRATTVILLE       Q1

PESCADERO            VO                 PITTSBURG            JH                 PRESIDIO         PT

PETALUMA             NN                 PITTVILLE            FF                 PRESTON          NC

PETALUMA             NN                 PLACERVILLE          HT                 PRINCETON        EQ

PETALUMA             NN                 PLANADA              PM                 PRINCETON        VG

PETERS               XT                 PLATINA              8A                 PROBERTA         RW

PETROLIA             JV                 PLEASANT GROVE       PO                 PROJECT CITY     WO

PETROLIA             JV                 PLEASANT GROVE       PO                 PRUNEDALE        BT

PHILLIPSVILLE        G9                 PLEASANT HILL        PH                 PULGA            F6

PHILO                UK                 PLEASANT VALLEY      HT                 PUMPKIN CENTER   TC

PIEDMONT             PD                 PLEASANTON           PL                 QUAIL FLAT       TJ

PIEDRA               SR                 PLEASANTON           PL                 QUINCY           FP

PIERCY               G7                 PLYMOUTH             QS                 RACKERBY         IK

PIKE CITY            IZ                 POINT ARENA          NP                 RAILROAD FLAT    QX

PILOT HILL           GN                 POINT REYES          PQ                 RAINBOW TAVERN   H8

PINE FLAT            SR                 POINT REYES          PQ                 RAISIN CITY      RR
                                        STATION
PINE GROVE           QJ                                                         RANCHO CORDOVA   RA
                                        POLLOCK PINES       HW
PINE MOUNTAIN        XR                                                         RANCHO MURIETA   RF
LAKE                                    POND                 TX
                                                                                RANCHO TEHAMA    WF
PINE RIDGE           AU                 PONDEROSA SKY        PC
                                        RANCH                                   RAYMOND          RY
PINECREST            YU
                                        PONDOSA              1W                 RAYMOND          RY
PINEDALE             PI
                                        POPE VALLEY          N5                 RAYMOND          RY
PINEHURST            PU
                                        PORT COSTA           DF                 RED BANK         FN
PINNACLES            AY
                                        PORTOLA VALLEY       PV                 RED BANK         WJ
PINOLE               PN
                                        POTTER VALLEY        UM                 RED BLUFF        FN
PIONEER              QK
                                        PRAIRIE CREEK        LF                 RED MOUNTAIN     TD




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RED TOP              C8                 RIO LINDA            RL                 RUTH                JY

REDCREST             JW                 RIO NIDO             9N                 RUTHERFORD          N6

REDDING              FY                 RIO OSO              RO                 RYDE                PP

REDWAY               G2                 RIO VISTA            PP                 RYER ISLAND         PP

REDWOOD CITY         RC                 RIPON                X4                 SACRAMENTO          PS

REDWOOD CREEK       LW                  RIVER PINES          QG                 SALIDA              ID

REDWOOD ESTATES      RE                 RIVERBANK            RI                 SALINAS             BT

REDWOOD ESTATES      RE                 RIVERBANK            RI                 SALMON CREEK        BB

REDWOOD VALLEY       UN                 RIVERDALE            RZ                 SALYER              L4

REDWOOD VALY         L3                 RIVERDALE            RZ                 SAMOA               AM

REEDLEY              RV                 RIVERTON             HT                 SAN ANDREAS         ZT

REEDLEY              RV                 ROBBINS              ZQ                 SAN ANSELMO         SW

RESCUE               HY                 ROCKLIN              RT                 SAN ARDO            AQ

RHEEM               RM                  ROCKPORT             QR                 SAN BENANCIO        BT
                                                                                CANYON
RICHARDSON           LM                 RODEO                RQ
GROVE                                                                           SAN BENITO          BG
                                        ROHNERT PARK         RK
RICHARDSON           FB                                                         SAN BRUNO           RD
SPRINGS                                 ROHNERT PARK         RK
                                        (SOUTH)                                 SAN CARLOS          SC
RICHFIELD           WF
                                        ROHNERVILLE          LF                 SAN FRANCISCO       RG
RICHMOND             JT
                                        ROLINDA              TK                 SAN GERONIMO        GM
RICHVALE             IR
                                        ROSEDALE             TC                 SAN GREGORIO        VQ
RIDGECREST           TD
                                        ROSEVILLE            HS                 SAN JOAQUIN         SJ
RIEGO                HP
                                        ROSEVILLE            HS                 SAN JOSE            VP
RIO BRAVO            TC
                                        ROSS                 RS                 SAN JOSE            VP
RIO DELL             NR
                                        ROUGH & READY        IW                 SAN JOSE            VP
RIO DELL             NR
                                        ROUND MOUNTAIN       UB                 SAN JUAN BAUTISTA   B1
RIO DELL             JX
                                        RUMSEY               7P                 SAN JUAN BAUTISTA   B1
RIO DELL             JX




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SAN LEANDRO          SO                 SANTA YNEZ           3B                 SHEEP RANCH       XS

SAN LORENZO          SZ                 SARATOGA             SG                 SHELL BEACH       PW

SAN LUCAS            AX                 SARATOGA             SG                 SHERIDAN          SH

SAN LUIS OBISPO      BV                 SARATOGA             SG                 SHERMAN ISLAND    PP

SAN MARTIN           UA                 SAUSALITO            NS                 SHINGLE SPRINGS   HZ

SAN MATEO            SM                 SAWMILL FLAT         XR                 SHINGLETOWN       WQ

SAN MIGUEL           KP                 SCHELLVILLE          NV                 SHIVELY           LF

SAN PABLO            SB                 SCIOTS CAMP          HT                 SIEGLER SPRINGS   ZH

SAN QUENTIN          QU                 SCOTIA               JU                 SIERRA CITY       IG

SAN RAFAEL           NQ                 SCOTTS VALLEY        SY                 SIERRA CITY       HM

SAN RAMON            SN                 SEACLIFF             AP                 SIERRA VILLAGE    UW

SAN SIMEON           SP                 SEA RANCH            P5                 SILVER FORK       HT

SAND CITY           EW                  SEASIDE              SS                 SISQUOC           B3

SANGER               SR                 SEAVIEW              NG                 SITES             PX

SANGER               SR                 SEBASTOPOL           SE                 SKAGGS SPRINGS    NC

SANGER               SR                 SEBASTOPOL           SE                 SKY LONDA         LH

SANTA BARBARA        5B                 SELBY                JT                 SLOUGHHOUSE       QQ

SANTA CLARA          SA                 SELMA                TT                 SLY PARK          HT

SANTA CLARA          SA                 SEQUOIA              TJ                 SMARTVILLE        SV

SANTA CRUZ           VT                 SEVILLE              VE                 SMARTVILLE        SV

SANTA MARGARITA     WZ                  SHAFTER              TE                 SMITH CAMP        FF

SANTA MARGARITA     WZ                  SHANDON              WY                 SNELLING          SX

SANTA MARIA          BX                 SHASTA               W2                 SO BEIRIDGE       TV

SANTA NELLA          GU                 SHASTA LAKE          VE                 SODA SPRINGS      H8

SANTA RITA PARK      TM                 SHASTA LAKE CITY     VE                 SOLEDAD           SL

SANTA ROSA           NR                 SHAVER LAKE          SK                 SOLEDAD           SL

SANTA VENTIA         NQ                 SHAWS FLAT           XR                 SOLVANG           1B




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SOMERSET             IC                 STONE CORRAL         WJ                 SYCAMORE         PX

SOMES BAR            L6                 STONE LAGOON         LF                 TAFT             TV

SONOMA               NV                 STONYFORD            9S                 TAFT             TV

SONOMA               NV                 STORRIE              F7                 TAFT (SOUTH)     TV

SONORA               XR                 STOUT                XR                 TAFT HEIGHTS     TV

SOQUEL               SQ                 STRATFORD            RX                 TALMAGE          UO

SOULSBYVILLE         YR                 STRAWBERRY           HT                 TAMARACK         XA

SOUTH FORK           TQ                 STRAWBERRY           X1                 TAMARACK PINES   HT

SOUTH SAN            RJ                 STRAWBERRY POINT     NQ                 TAYLORSVILLE     EZ
FRANCISCO
                                        STRAWBERRY           IS                 TEHACHAPI        2T
SPANISH FLAT         N7                 VALLEY
                                                                                TEHAMA           YT
SPANISH RANCH        EX                 SUGAR PINE           TQ
                                                                                TEMPLETON        BR
SPRECKELS            SF                 SUGAR PINE          UW
                                                                                TEPUSQUET        BX
SPRINGVILLE          VU                 SUISUN               FS
                                                                                TERMINOUS        XF
SPRUCE POINT         LF                 SUISUN               FS
                                                                                TERRA LINDA      NQ
SQUAW VALLEY         VY                 SULTANA              UL
                                                                                THERMALITO       FQ
SAINT HELENA        NW                  SUMMERHOME PARK      NR
                                                                                THORNTON         TW
STANDARD             YR                 SUMMIT CITY          FY
                                                                                THREE ROCKS      KK
STANFORD             ST                 SUNNYBRAE            LF
UNIVERSITY                                                                      TIBURON          OT
                                        SUNNYVALE            VB
STENT                XR                                                         TIERRA BUENA     HP
                                        SUNOL                SU
STEVINSON            SI                                                         TIVY VALLEY      SR
                                        SUTTER               SD
STEWARTS POINT       P6                                                         TOADTOWN         FM
                                        SUTTER               SD
STINSON BEACH        BH                                                         TOBIN            F8
                                        SUTTER CREEK         QI
STIRLING CITY        F2                                                         TOCOLOMA         LU
                                        SUTTER HILL          XD
STOCKTON             XT                                                         TODD VALLEY      GE
                                        SUTTER ISLAND        PP
STOCKTON             XT                                                         TOLLHOUSE        T1
                                        SWAINS FLAT          LF
STOCKTON             XT                                                         TOMALES          N1




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TRACY                XV                 VALLECITO            XZ                 WASHINGTON         II

TRANQUILLITY         TI                 VALLEJO              NY                 WATERFORD          WT

TRAVER               TZ                 VALLEJO              NY                 WATERLOO           XT

TRAVIS AFB           EE                 VALLEY ACRES         VA                 WATSONVILLE        VX

TRES PINOS           6B                 VALLEY FORD          BB                 WATSONVILLE        VX

TRIMMER              TK                 VALLEY HOME          XN                 WAUKENA            WG

TRINIDAD             TB                 VALLEY SPRINGS       VS                 WAWONA             C6

TRONA                TO                 VALLEY SPRINGS       VS                 WEIMAR             HF

TRONA (SOUTH)        TO                 VAN ARSDALE          VM                 WEIMAR             H9

TUDOR                HP                 VANDENBURG AFB       2B                 WEITCHPEC          L7

TULARE               TY                 VERNALIS             X3                 WEOTT              JZ

TUOLUMNE             YX                 VERONA               HP                 WEST POINT         QY

TUPMAN               TA                 VICHY SPRINGS        NX                 WEST SACRAMENTO    WS

TURLOCK              XX                 VICTOR               VC                 WESTEND            TD

TUTTLETOWN           XR                 VICTORVILLE          C5                 WESTHAVEN          LF

TWAIN                Y6                 VILLA GRANDE         N9                 WESTLEY            X9

TWAIN HARTE          YV                 VINA                 IA                 WESTPORT           QW

TWIN BRIDGES         IE                 VINEBURG             8N                 WESTWOOD           Q7

TWITCHELL ISLAND     PP                 VIRGILIA             FP                 WHEATLAND          WE

TWO ROCK             NN                 VISALIA              VI                 WHEELER RIDGE      TV

TYLER                HH                 VOLCANO              QN                 WHISKEYTOWN        WB

TYLER ISLAND         PP                 VOLTA                TM                 WHISPERING PINE    ZH

UKIAH                NX                 WALLACE              WL                 WHITE HALL         NN

UNION CITY           UC                 WALNUT CREEK        WC                  WHITE PINES        XW

UPPER LAKE           ZU                 WALNUT GROVE         WV                 WHITETHORN         G3

VACATION BEACH       NG                 WALNUT GROVE         WV                 WHITMORE           W3

VACAVILLE            PK                 WASCO                TX                 WHITTAKER FOREST   TJ




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WILDWOOD            8W                  WINTON              WN                  YOLO              YO

WILLIAMS             DV                 WISHON              WU                  YORKVILLE         UP

WILLITS              NZ                 WITTER SPRINGS       ZW                 YOSEMITE          YX

WILLOW CREEK        LW                  WONDER VALLEY        SR                 YOSEMITE (WEST)   T2

WILLOW SPRINGS       XD                 WOODACRE             WA                 YOUNTVILLE        YN

WILLOW SPRINGS       YR                 WOODBRIDGE          WR                  YUBA CITY         YC

WILLOWS             9W                  WOODEN VALLEY        NL                 YUBA GAP          HB

WILLOWS             9W                  WOODLAKE             WJ                 YUBA GAP          H5

WILSEYVILLE          QZ                 WOODLAND             PZ                 ZACA LAKE         3B

WILSONIA             TJ                 WOODLEAF             FQ                 ZAMORA            PZ

WINDSOR              WI                 WOODSIDE            WD                  ZENIA             G8

WINDSOR              WI                 WYANDOTTE            FQ

WINTERS             7W                  YANKEE HILL          FM

WINTERS             7W                  YETTEM               YE




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APPENDIX B




SERVICE CITY ZIP CODES


City              Zip Code   ANDERSON      96007   ARROYO GRANDE   93401
ACAMPO            95220      ANGELS CAMP   95221   ARROYO GRANDE   93420
AHWAHNEE          93601      ANGELS CAMP   95222   ARROYO GRANDE   93421
AHWAHNEE          93601      ANGWIN        94508   ARROYO GRANDE   93444
ALAMEDA           94501      ANNAPOLIS     95412   ARROYO GRANDE   93445
ALAMEDA           94502      ANTELOPE      95843   ARTOIS          95913
ALAMO             94507      ANTIOCH       90212   ARTOIS          95913
ALBANY            94706      ANTIOCH       90406   ARVIN           93203
ALBANY            94707      ANTIOCH       92626   ATASCADERO      93422
ALBANY            94710      ANTIOCH       92806   ATASCADERO      93423
ALBION            95410      ANTIOCH       94507   ATASCADERO      93442
ALDERPOINT        95511      ANTIOCH       94509   ATASCADERO      93446
ALLEGHANY         95910      ANTIOCH       94509   ATHERTON        94027
ALLENSWORTH       93201      ANTIOCH       94523   ATWATER         95301
ALLENSWORTH       93219      ANTIOCH       94531   AUBERRY         93602
ALLENSWORTH       93219      ANTIOCH       94566   AUBURN          95602
ALMANOR           95947      ANTIOCH       97478   AUBURN          95602
ALPAUGH           93201      APPLEGATE     95703   AUBURN          95603
ALTA              95701      APTOS         95001   AUBURN          95603
ALTAVILLE         95221      APTOS         95003   AUBURN          95603
ALTON             95540      ARBUCKLE      95912   AUBURN          95604
ALVISO            95002      ARBUCKLE      95932   AVENAL          93204
AMADOR CITY       95601      ARCATA        95518   AVENAL          93204
AMBOY             92304      ARCATA        95519   AVERY           95224
AMERICAN CANYON   94503      ARCATA        95521   AVILA BEACH     93424
AMERICAN CANYON   94503      ARNOLD        95223   AVILA BEACH     93449
AMERICAN CANYON   94588      ARNOLD        95223   BADGER          93603
AMERICAN CANYON   94590      AROMAS        95004   BADGER          93603
ANDERSON          96007      AROMAS        95004   BAKERSFIELD     90404
 BAKERSFIELD               90503         BEAR VALLEY               95223         BRADLEY             93426
 BAKERSFIELD               91210         BEAR VALLEY               95223         BRADLEY             93426
 BAKERSFIELD               92658         BELDEN                    95915         BRADLEY             93426
 BAKERSFIELD               92887         BELLA VISTA               96008         BRANSCOMB           95417
 BAKERSFIELD               93203         BELMONT                   94002         BRENTWOOD           94513
 BAKERSFIELD               93206         BELMONT                   94002         BRENTWOOD           94513
 BAKERSFIELD               93220         BELVEDERE                 94920         BRENTWOOD           94513
 BAKERSFIELD               93280         BEN LOMOND                95005         BRENTWOOD           94513
 BAKERSFIELD               93301         BENICIA                   94510         BRENTWOOD           94513
 BAKERSFIELD               93302         BENICIA                   94553         BRENTWOOD           94514
 BAKERSFIELD               93303         BERKELEY                  94618         BRENTWOOD           94561
 BAKERSFIELD               93303         BERKELEY                  94701         BRENTWOOD           94566
 BAKERSFIELD               93304         BERKELEY                  94702         BRENTWOOD           94588
 BAKERSFIELD               93305         BERKELEY                  94703         BRIDGEVILLE         95526
 BAKERSFIELD               93306         BERKELEY                  94704         BRIDGEVILLE         95526
 BAKERSFIELD               93307         BERKELEY                  94704         BRISBANE            94005
 BAKERSFIELD               93308         BERKELEY                  94705         BROOKDALE           95007
 BAKERSFIELD               93309         BERKELEY                  94706         BROOKS              95606
 BAKERSFIELD               93309         BERKELEY                  94707         BROWNS VALLEY       95918
 BAKERSFIELD               93311         BERKELEY                  94707         BROWNSVILLE         95919
 BAKERSFIELD               93312         BERKELEY                  94708         BRUSH CREEK         95916
 BAKERSFIELD               93313         BERKELEY                  94708         BUELLTON            93101
 BAKERSFIELD               93314         BERKELEY                  94709         BUELLTON            93427
 BAKERSFIELD               93380         BERKELEY                  94710         BURLINGAME          94010
 BAKERSFIELD               93381         BERKELEY                  94720         BURLINGAME          94011
 BAKERSFIELD               93383         BERRY CREEK               95916         BURNEY              96013
 BAKERSFIELD               93384         BETHEL ISLAND             94511         BURNEY              96130
 BAKERSFIELD               93387         BETHEL ISLAND             94513         BURNT RANCH         95527
 BAKERSFIELD               93388         BIEBER                    96009         BURNT RANCH         95546
 BAKERSFIELD               93389         BIEBER                    96130         BURREL              93607
 BAKERSFIELD               93390         BIG BEND                  96011         BURSON              95225
 BALLARD                   93463         BIG SUR                   93920         BURSON              95225
 BALLICO                   95303         BIGGS                     95917         BUTTE CITY          95920
 BANGOR                    95914         BIOLA                     93606         BUTTE CITY          95920
 BANGOR                    95914         BIRDS LANDING             94512         BUTTE MEADOWS       95942
 BANTA                     95304         BLOCKSBURG                95514         BUTTONWILLOW        93206
 BASS LAKE                 93604         BLUE LAKE                 95524         BUTTONWILLOW        93260
 BASS LAKE                 93669         BLUE LAKE                 95525         BYRON               92626
 BAXTER                    95701         BODEGA                    94922         BYRON               94513
 BAXTER                    95722         BODEGA BAY                94923         BYRON               94514
 BAY POINT                 94565         BOLINAS                   94924         BYRON               94514
 BAYSIDE                   95524         BOONVILLE                 95415         BYRON               94514
 BEALE AFB                 95903         BORON                     93516         BYRON               94514
 BEAR VALLEY               95222         BORON                     93516         CALIFORNIA VALLEY   93453
 BEAR VALLEY               95222         BOULDER CREEK             95006         CALIFORNIA VALLEY   93453




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 CALISTOGA                 94515         CATHEYS VALLEY            95306         COALINGA        93210
 CALISTOGA                 94515         CATHEYS VALLEY            95338         COALINGA        93210
 CALPELLA                  95418         CAYUCOS                   93430         COARSEGOLD      93614
 CAMBRIA                   93428         CAZADERO                  95421         COBB            95426
 CAMERON PARK              95682         CEDAR RIDGE               95924         COHASSET        95973
 CAMINO                    95709         CERES                     95307         COLFAX          95713
 CAMP CONNELL              95223         CERES                     95351         COLFAX          95736
 CAMP MEEKER               95419         CHALLENGE                 95925         COLLEGE CITY    95912
 CAMPBELL                  95008         CHALLENGE                 95925         COLMA           94014
 CAMPBELL                  95008         CHESTER                   96020         COLMA           94015
 CAMPBELL                  95008         CHICO                     95926         COLOMA          95613
 CAMPBELL                  95008         CHICO                     95927         COLUMBIA        95310
 CAMPBELL                  95009         CHICO                     95928         COLUSA          95932
 CAMPBELL                  95009         CHICO                     95929         COMPTCHE        95427
 CAMPBELL                  95009         CHICO                     95973         CONCORD         94518
 CAMPO SECO                95226         CHICO                     95973         CONCORD         94519
 CAMPTONVILLE              95922         CHINESE CAMP              95309         CONCORD         94520
 CAMPTONVILLE              95922         CHOLAME                   93431         CONCORD         94520
 CANTUA CREEK              93608         CHOLAME                   93461         CONCORD         94521
 CANYON                    94516         CHOWCHILLA                93610         CONCORD         94522
 CANYON DAM                95923         CHOWCHILLA                93610         CONCORD         94523
 CAPAY                     95607         CHUALAR                   93925         CONCORD         94524
 CAPAY                     95607         CITRUS HEIGHTS            95610         COOL            95614
 CAPITOLA                  95010         CITRUS HEIGHTS            95621         COPPEROPOLIS    95228
 CARLOTTA                  95528         CLARKSBURG                95612         CORCORAN        93212
 CARMEL                    93921         CLAYTON                   94517         CORCORAN        93212
 CARMEL                    93922         CLAYTON                   94566         CORCORAN        93212
 CARMEL                    93923         CLEARLAKE                 95422         CORCORAN        93221
 CARMEL                    93924         CLEARLAKE OAKS            95423         CORCORAN        93230
 CARMEL VALLEY             93924         CLEARLAKE PARK            95424         CORNING         96021
 CARMICHAEL                95608         CLEMENTS                  95220         CORNING         96021
 CARMICHAEL                95609         CLEMENTS                  95227         CORNING         96022
 CARRISA PLAINS            93276         CLIPPER MILLS             95930         CORTE MADERA    94925
 CARRISA PLAINS            93453         CLOVERDALE                95425         CORTE MADERA    94948
 CARRISA PLAINS            93453         CLOVERDALE                95425         CORTE MADERA    94976
 CARUTHERS                 93609         CLOVIS                    93611         COSTA MESA      92626
 CASMALIA                  93429         CLOVIS                    93612         COTATI          94928
 CASPAR                    95420         CLOVIS                    93613         COTATI          94931
 CASSEL                    96016         CLOVIS                    93619         COTTONWOOD      96022
 CASTRO VALLEY             94541         CLOVIS                    93706         COTTONWOOD      96022
 CASTRO VALLEY             94544         CLOVIS                    93720         COULTERVILLE    95311
 CASTRO VALLEY             94546         CLOVIS                    93725         COULTERVILLE    95311
 CASTRO VALLEY             94546         CLOVIS                    95834         COURTLAND       95615
 CASTRO VALLEY             94552         CLYDE                     94520         COVELO          95428
 CASTROVILLE               95012         COALINGA                  93210         COYOTE          95013




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 CRESCENT CITY             95531         DINUBA                    93618         EL SOBRANTE        94803
 CRESCENT MILLS            95934         DINUBA                    93618         EL SOBRANTE        94806
 CRESSEY                   95312         DINUBA                    93662         ELK                95432
 CRESTON                   93432         DISCOVERY BAY             94514         ELK CREEK          95939
 CROCKETT                  94525         DIXON                     95615         ELK GROVE          95624
 CROWS LANDING             95313         DIXON                     95620         ELK GROVE          95757
 CUMMINGS                  95585         DIXON                     95620         ELK GROVE          95758
 CUPERTINO                 95014         DIXON                     95662         ELK GROVE          95828
 CUPERTINO                 95015         DIXON                     95694         ELK GROVE          95829
 CUPERTNIO                 95014         DOBBINS                   95935         ELMIRA             95625
 CUTLER                    93615         DOBBINS                   95962         ELVERTA            95626
 CUTTEN                    95534         DORRINGTON                95223         ELVERTA            95626
 CUYAMA                    93252         DOS PALOS                 93620         ELVERTA            95626
 CUYAMA                    93254         DOS PALOS                 93620         EMERALD HILLS      94062
 DAGGETT                   92327         DOS PALOS                 95340         EMERYVILLE         94601
 DALY CITY                 94014         DOS RIOS                  95429         EMERYVILLE         94608
 DALY CITY                 94015         DOUGLAS FLAT              95229         EMIGRANT GAP       95715
 DANVILLE                  94005         DOWNIEVILLE               95936         EMIGRANT GAP       95715
 DANVILLE                  94506         DRYTOWN                   95699         EMPIRE             95319
 DANVILLE                  94526         DUBLIN                    94566         ESCALON            95320
 DANVILLE                  94526         DUBLIN                    94568         ESPARTO            95607
 DANVILLE                  94526         DUBLIN                    94568         ESPARTO            95627
 DANVILLE                  94526         DUBLIN                    94568         EUREKA             90274
 DAVENPORT                 95017         DUBLIN                    94568         EUREKA             95501
 DAVIS                     91789         DUNCANS MILLS             95430         EUREKA             95502
 DAVIS                     95616         DUNLAP                    93621         EUREKA             95503
 DAVIS                     95616         DUNNIGAN                  95937         EUREKA             95521
 DAVIS                     95617         DURHAM                    95926         EUREKA             98101
 DEER PARK                 94576         DURHAM                    95938         FAIR OAKS          95628
 DEL REY                   93616         DUSTIN ACRES              93268         FAIRFAX            94930
 DEL REY                   93657         DUTCH FLAT                95714         FAIRFIELD          94533
 DELEVAN                   95988         EARLIMART                 93219         FAIRFIELD          94534
 DELHI                     95315         EAST NICOLAUS             95659         FAIRFIELD          94534
 DENAIR                    95316         EAST PALO ALTO            94303         FAIRFIELD          94535
 DENAIR                    95316         EAST PALO ALTO            94303         FAIRFIELD          94585
 DERBY ACRES               93224         EDISON                    93220         FAIRFIELD          95687
 DERBY ACRES               93268         EDWARDS                   93523         FALL RIVER MILLS   96028
 DIABLO                    94520         EL CERRITO                94530         FALLON             94952
 DIABLO                    94526         EL DORADO                 95623         FARMINGTON         95230
 DIABLO                    94528         EL DORADO HILLS           95762         FARMINGTON         95230
 DIAMOND SPRINGS           95619         EL DORADO HILLS           95762         FEATHER FALLS      95940
 DIAMOND SPRINGS           95675         EL GRANADA                94018         FELLOWS            93224
 DILLON BEACH              94929         EL MACERO                 95618         FELTON             95018
 DILLON BEACH              94929         EL NIDO                   95317         FERNBRIDGE         95540
 DINUBA                    93271         EL PORTAL                 95318         FERNDALE           95536




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 FIDDLETOWN                95629         FRESNO                    93657         GEYSERVILLE     95441
 FIDDLETOWN                95629         FRESNO                    93668         GILROY          95020
 FIELDBROOK                95519         FRESNO                    93701         GILROY          95021
 FIELDBROOK                95521         FRESNO                    93702         GLEN ELLEN      95442
 FIELDBROOK                95525         FRESNO                    93703         GLENCOE         95232
 FIELDS LANDING            95537         FRESNO                    93704         GLENHAVEN       95443
 FINLEY                    95435         FRESNO                    93705         GLENN           95943
 FIREBAUGH                 93622         FRESNO                    93706         GOLD RIVER      95670
 FIREBAUGH                 93622         FRESNO                    93710         GOLD RUN        95717
 FIREBAUGH                 93622         FRESNO                    93710         GONZALES        93926
 FISH CAMP                 93623         FRESNO                    93711         GOODYEARS BAR   95944
 FISH CAMP                 93623         FRESNO                    93720         GRANITE BAY     95746
 FIVE POINTS               93624         FRESNO                    93721         GRASS VALLEY    95945
 FLOURNOY                  96029         FRESNO                    93722         GRASS VALLEY    95949
 FOLSOM                    95630         FRESNO                    93722         GRASS VALLEY    95959
 FOLSOM                    95630         FRESNO                    93725         GRASS VALLEY    95960
 FOLSOM                    95763         FRESNO                    93726         GRATON          95444
 FORBESTOWN                95941         FRESNO                    93726         GRAYSON         95360
 FORBESTOWN                95941         FRESNO                    93727         GRAYSON         95363
 FOREST GLEN               96041         FRESNO                    93727         GRAYSON         95387
 FOREST KNOLLS             94933         FRESNO                    93728         GREENBRAE       94904
 FOREST RANCH              95942         FRESNO                    93729         GREENFIELD      93927
 FORESTHILL                95631         FRESNO                    93740         GREENVILLE      95947
 FORESTVILLE               95436         FRESNO                    93760         GREENWOOD       95635
 FORT BRAGG                95437         FRESNO                    93776         GRIDLEY         95948
 FORT BRAGG                95456         FRESNO                    93778         GRIMES          95950
 FORT SEWARD               95542         FRESNO                    93778         GRIZZLY FLATS   95636
 FORTUNA                   95540         FRESNO                    93792         GRIZZLY FLATS   95684
 FOSTER CITY               94403         FRESNO                    95816         GROVELAND       95321
 FOSTER CITY               94404         FRIANT                    93626         GROVELAND       95321
 FOWLER                    93625         FRIANT                    93626         GROVER BEACH    93433
 FREEDOM                   95019         FRIANT                    93626         GROVER BEACH    93483
 FREMONT                   94536         FULTON                    95439         GUADALUPE       93434
 FREMONT                   94537         GALT                      95632         GUADALUPE       93434
 FREMONT                   94538         GALT                      95632         GUALALA         95445
 FREMONT                   94538         GALT                      95632         GUERNEVILLE     95446
 FREMONT                   94539         GARBERVILLE               95501         GUERNEVILLE     95471
 FREMONT                   94555         GARBERVILLE               95542         GUINDA          95637
 FREMONT                   94583         GARBERVILLE               95542         GUSTINE         95322
 FRENCH CAMP               95231         GARBERVILLE               96127         GUSTINE         95322
 FRENCH CAMP               95336         GARDEN VALLEY             95633         HALCYON         93420
 FRENCH GULCH              96033         GEORGETOWN                95634         HALF MOON BAY   94019
 FRESNO                    90707         GEORGETOWN                95634         HAMILTON CITY   95951
 FRESNO                    93612         GERBER                    96035         HANFORD         93230
 FRESNO                    93650         GEYSERVILLE               92081         HANFORD         93232




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 HARMONY                   93435         INYOKERN                  93527         LA GRANGE        95329
 HAT CREEK                 96040         INYOKERN                  93555         LA GRANGE        95329
 HATHAWAY PINES            95233         IONE                      95640         LA GRANGE        95329
 HAWKINS BAR               95527         IRVINE                    92612         LA HONDA         94020
 HAWKINS BAR               95563         ISLETON                   95641         LA HONDA         94020
 HAYWARD                   94540         JACKSON                   92629         LA PORTE         95981
 HAYWARD                   94541         JACKSON                   95642         LA SELVA BEACH   95076
 HAYWARD                   94542         JACKSON                   95647         LAFAYETTE        94549
 HAYWARD                   94542         JACKSON                   99210         LAGUNITAS        94938
 HAYWARD                   94543         JAMESTOWN                 95327         LAKE ALMANOR     96020
 HAYWARD                   94544         JENNER                    95450         LAKE ALMANOR     96137
 HAYWARD                   94544         JOHNSON PARK              96013         LAKE ALMANOR     96137
 HAYWARD                   94544         JOLON                     93928         LAKE BERRYESSA   94558
 HAYWARD                   94545         KEDDIE                    95971         LAKEHEAD         96051
 HAYWARD                   94545         KELSEY                    95667         LAKEPORT         90267
 HAYWARD                   94545         KELSEYVILLE               95451         LAKEPORT         95453
 HAYWARD                   94546         KENSINGTON                94706         LAMONT           93241
 HAYWARD                   94552         KENSINGTON                94707         LARKSPUR         94904
 HAYWARD                   96064         KENSINGTON                94707         LARKSPUR         94939
 HEALDSBURG                95448         KENSINGTON                94708         LARKSPUR         94977
 HELM                      93627         KENTFIELD                 94901         LATHROP          95330
 HERCULES                  94547         KENTFIELD                 94904         LATON            93242
 HICKMAN                   95323         KENWOOD                   95409         LATON            93242
 HIDDEN VALLEY LAKE        95467         KENWOOD                   95452         LAYTONVILLE      95417
 HILLSBOROUGH              94010         KERMAN                    93630         LAYTONVILLE      95454
 HILMAR                    95324         KERMAN                    93631         LAYTONVILLE      95490
 HOLLISTER                 95023         KETTLEMAN CITY            93234         LE GRAND         95333
 HOLLISTER                 95023         KETTLEMAN CITY            93239         LEBEC            93243
 HOLLISTER                 95024         KEYES                     95328         LEBEC            93243
 HOLT                      95234         KING CITY                 93930         LEGGETT          95585
 HONEYDEW                  95545         KING CITY                 93930         LEMOORE          93245
 HOOPA                     95546         KING CITY                 93930         LEMOORE          93656
 HOOPA                     95547         KINGS CANYON              93633         LINCOLN          95648
 HOOPA                     95573         KINGS CANYON              93633         LINCOLN          95648
 HOPLAND                   95449         KINGSBURG                 93631         LINDEN           95236
 HORNITOS                  95325         KINGSBURG                 93631         LINDEN           95236
 HUGHSON                   95326         KINGSBURG                 93631         LITTLE NORWAY    95721
 HUME                      93628         KNEELAND                  95549         LITTLE NORWAY    95735
 HURON                     93210         KNIGHTS FERRY             95361         LITTLE RIVER     95456
 HURON                     93234         KNIGHTS LANDING           95645         LITTLE VALLEY    96056
 HURON                     93245         KNIGHTS LANDING           95645         LIVE OAK         95816
 HYDESVILLE                95547         KNIGHTS LANDING           95645         LIVE OAK         95953
 IGO                       96047         KNIGHTSEN                 94548         LIVERMORE        92660
 INVERNESS                 94937         KORBEL                    95550         LIVERMORE        94513
 INYOKERN                  93526         KYBURZ                    95720         LIVERMORE        94550




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 LIVERMORE                 94550         LOS OSOS                  93402         MCARTHUR          96056
 LIVERMORE                 94550         LOS OSOS                  93405         MCARTHUR          96056
 LIVERMORE                 94551         LOS OSOS                  93412         MCCLELLAN         95652
 LIVERMORE                 94551         LOST HILLS                93249         MCKINLEYVILLE     95519
 LIVERMORE                 94551         LOTUS                     95651         MCKINLEYVILLE     95521
 LIVERMORE                 94551         LOWER LAKE                95457         MEADOW VALLEY     95656
 LIVERMORE                 94551         LUCERNE                   95458         MEADOW VALLEY     95956
 LIVERMORE                 94588         LUCERNE VALLEY            92356         MEADOW VALLEY     95971
 LIVINGSTON                95334         MAD RIVER                 95552         MEADOW VISTA      95722
 LOCH LOMOND               95426         MAD RIVER                 95552         MENDOCINO         95460
 LOCH LOMOND               95461         MADERA                    93637         MENDOTA           93640
 LOCKEFORD                 95237         MADERA                    93638         MENLO PARK        94025
 LOCKWOOD                  93932         MADERA                    93638         MENLO PARK        94027
 LODI                      95240         MADERA                    93639         MENLO PARK        94028
 LODI                      95241         MADISON                   95653         MERCED            95329
 LODI                      95242         MAGALIA                   95954         MERCED            95340
 LOLETA                    95551         MANCHESTER                95459         MERCED            95341
 LOMA MAR                  94021         MANTECA                   95336         MERCED            95344
 LOMPOC                    93436         MANTECA                   95337         MERCED            95348
 LOMPOC                    93437         MANTECA                   95366         MERIDIAN          95957
 LOMPOC                    93438         MANTON                    96059         MERIDIAN          95957
 LONG BARN                 95335         MANTON                    96059         METTLER STATION   93301
 LOOMIS                    95650         MARICOPA                  93252         METTLER STATION   93313
 LOS ALAMOS                93440         MARICOPA                  93252         MI WUK VILLAGE    95346
 LOS ALAMOS                93441         MARINA                    93933         MIDDLETOWN        95461
 LOS ALTOS                 94022         MARIPOSA                  95338         MIDDLETOWN        95461
 LOS ALTOS                 94022         MARIPOSA                  95338         MIDDLETOWN        95467
 LOS ALTOS                 94024         MARKLEEVILLE              96120         MIDPINES          95345
 LOS ALTOS HILLS           94022         MARSHALL                  94940         MILL CREEK        96061
 LOS ALTOS HILLS           94024         MARTELL                   95642         MILL VALLEY       94941
 LOS BANOS                 93635         MARTELL                   95654         MILL VALLEY       94941
 LOS BANOS                 93635         MARTINEZ                  94553         MILL VALLEY       94942
 LOS GATOS                 95030         MARTINEZ                  94553         MILLBRAE          94030
 LOS GATOS                 95030         MARYSVILLE                95661         MILLVILLE         96062
 LOS GATOS                 95030         MARYSVILLE                95901         MILPITAS          94583
 LOS GATOS                 95031         MARYSVILLE                95901         MILPITAS          94583
 LOS GATOS                 95032         MARYSVILLE                95903         MILPITAS          95035
 LOS GATOS                 95032         MARYSVILLE                95991         MILPITAS          95035
 LOS GATOS                 95032         MARYSVILLE                95992         MILPITAS          95036
 LOS GATOS                 95033         MAXWELL                   95955         MINERAL           96061
 LOS GATOS                 95033         MC ARTHUR                 96056         MINERAL           96063
 LOS GATOS                 95033         MC FARLAND                93205         MIRAMONTE         93641
 LOS MOLINOS               96055         MC FARLAND                93250         MIRANDA           95553
 LOS OLIVOS                93441         MC FARLAND                93350         MODESTO           95350
 LOS OSOS                  93401         MC KITTRICK               93251         MODESTO           95351




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 MODESTO                   95352         NAPA                      94558         OAKDALE         95361
 MODESTO                   95353         NAPA                      94558         OAKHURST        93644
 MODESTO                   95354         NAPA                      94559         OAKHURST        95389
 MODESTO                   95355         NAVARRO                   95463         OAKLAND         94601
 MODESTO                   95355         NELSON                    95958         OAKLAND         94602
 MODESTO                   95356         NEVADA CITY               95949         OAKLAND         94603
 MODESTO                   95357         NEVADA CITY               95959         OAKLAND         94604
 MODESTO                   95358         NEW CUYAMA                93254         OAKLAND         94605
 MOJAVE                    93502         NEWARK                    94538         OAKLAND         94606
 MOKELUMNE HILL            95245         NEWARK                    94560         OAKLAND         94607
 MONTARA                   94037         NEWARK                    94560         OAKLAND         94607
 MONTE RIO                 95462         NEWBERRY SPRINGS          92365         OAKLAND         94608
 MONTE SERENO              95030         NEWCASTLE                 95658         OAKLAND         94609
 MONTEREY                  93924         NEWMAN                    95350         OAKLAND         94610
 MONTEREY                  93940         NEWMAN                    95360         OAKLAND         94611
 MONTEREY                  93942         NEWMAN                    95360         OAKLAND         94612
 MONTEREY                  93944         NICASIO                   94946         OAKLAND         94612
 MONTGOMERY                              NICE                      95464         OAKLAND         94613
 CREEK                     96001         NICOLAUS                  95659         OAKLAND         94614
 MONTGOMERY                              NIPOMO                    93420         OAKLAND         94615
 CREEK                     96065
                                         NIPOMO                    93444         OAKLAND         94618
 MONTGOMERY
 CREEK                     96084         NIPOMO                    93444         OAKLAND         94619
 MORAGA                    94556         NIPOMO                    93454         OAKLAND         94621
 MORGAN HILL               95037         NORDEN                    95724         OAKLAND         94623
 MORGAN HILL               95038         NORDEN                    95724         OAKLAND         94623
 MORRO BAY                 93442         NORTH EDWARDS             93523         OAKLAND         94623
 MORRO BAY                 93443         NORTH FORK                93643         OAKLAND         94704
 MOSS BEACH                94038         NORTH HIGHLANDS           95652         OAKLAND         94705
 MOSS LANDING              93950         NORTH HIGHLANDS           95660         OAKLAND         95816
 MOSS LANDING              95039         NORTH SAN JUAN            95960         OAKLEY          94513
 MOUNT AUKUM               95656         NORTH SAN JUAN            95960         OAKLEY          94561
 MOUNT HERMON              95018         NORTH SAN JUAN            95960         OAKVILLE        94562
 MOUNT HERMON              95041         NOVATO                    94945         OCCIDENTAL      95465
 MOUNTAIN HOUSE            95391         NOVATO                    94945         OCEANO          93445
 MOUNTAIN RANCH            95246         NOVATO                    94947         OLD STATION     96071
 MOUNTAIN RANCH            95246         NOVATO                    94947         OLEMA           94950
 MOUNTAIN VIEW             94039         NOVATO                    94948         OLIVEHURST      95901
 MOUNTAIN VIEW             94040         NOVATO                    94949         OLIVEHURST      95918
 MOUNTAIN VIEW             94040         NOVATO                    94954         OLIVEHURST      95961
 MOUNTAIN VIEW             94041         NOVATO                    94998         ORANGE COVE     93646
 MOUNTAIN VIEW             94043         NUBIEBER                  96068         ORANGE COVE     93646
 MUIR BEACH                94965         O NEALS                   93645         ORANGE COVE     93675
 MURPHYS                   95247         OAK RUN                   96069         ORANGEVALE      95662
 MYERS FLAT                95554         OAKDALE                   95361         ORANGEVALE      95662
                                         OAKDALE                   95361         ORCUTT          93440




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 ORCUTT                    93454         PENRYN                    95663         PLEASANTON       94566
 ORCUTT                    93455         PESCADERO                 94060         PLEASANTON       94568
 OREGON HOUSE              95962         PETALUMA                  93003         PLEASANTON       94588
 ORICK                     95555         PETALUMA                  94952         PLEASANTON       94588
 ORINDA                    94523         PETALUMA                  94952         PLEASANTON       94588
 ORINDA                    94563         PETALUMA                  94953         PLEASANTON       94588
 ORLAND                    95963         PETALUMA                  94954         PLEASANTON       94588
 ORLAND                    95963         PETROLIA                  95558         PLUMAS LAKE      95961
 ORLAND                    95963         PHILLIPSVILLE             95559         PLYMOUTH         95669
 ORLAND                    96130         PHILO                     95466         POINT ARENA      95468
 ORLEANS                   95556         PIEDMONT                  94602         POINT REYES      94956
 OROSI                     93647         PIEDMONT                  94610         POINT REYES
 OROVILLE                  95965         PIEDMONT                  94611         STATION          94956
 OROVILLE                  95966         PIEDMONT                  94618         POLLOCK PINES    95726
 OROVILLE                  95966         PIERCY                    95587         POPE VALLEY      94567
 PACHECO                   94553         PIERCY                    95587         PORT COSTA       94569
 PACIFIC GROVE             93950         PIKE CITY                 95960         PORTOLA VALLEY   94028
 PACIFIC HOUSE             95726         PILOT HILL                95664         POTTER VALLEY    95469
 PACIFICA                  94044         PILOT HILL                95664         PRATHER          93651
 PAICINES                  95043         PINE GROVE                95665         PRESIDIO         94129
 PALERMO                   95968         PINE GROVE                95666         PRINCETON        95970
 PALO ALTO                 94034         PINECREST                 95314         PRINCETON        95970
 PALO ALTO                 94066         PINECREST                 95364         PRINCETON        95970
 PALO ALTO                 94301         PINEDALE                  93650         PROBERTA         96078
 PALO ALTO                 94303         PINEHURST                 93641         PULGA            95965
 PALO ALTO                 94303         PINOLE                    94564         QUINCY           95971
 PALO ALTO                 94304         PINOLE                    94803         RACKERBY         95972
 PALO ALTO                 94304         PIONEER                   95666         RAIL ROAD FLAT   95232
 PALO ALTO                 94305         PISMO BEACH               93448         RAIL ROAD FLAT   95245
 PALO ALTO                 94306         PISMO BEACH               93449         RAIL ROAD FLAT   95248
 PALO CEDRO                96073         PITTSBURG                 94553         RAIL ROAD FLAT   95248
 PARADISE                  95967         PITTSBURG                 94565         RAISIN           93652
 PARADISE                  95969         PLACERVILLE               95667         RAISIN CITY      93652
 PARLIER                   93648         PLANADA                   95365         RANCHO CORDOVA   95655
 PARLIER                   93727         PLATINA                   96076         RANCHO CORDOVA   95670
 PASKENTA                  96074         PLATINA                   96076         RANCHO CORDOVA   95742
 PASO ROBLES               93446         PLEASANT GROVE            95668         RAYMOND          93653
 PASO ROBLES               93447         PLEASANT GROVE            95668         RAYMOND          93653
 PASO ROBLES               93465         PLEASANT HILL             94523         RED BLUFF        96080
 PATTERSON                 95363         PLEASANTON                94538         RED BLUFF        96080
 PAYNES CREEK              96075         PLEASANTON                94566         RED TOP          95340
 PEBBLE BEACH              93953         PLEASANTON                94566         REDCREST         95569
 PENN VALLEY               95946         PLEASANTON                94566         REDDING          96001
 PENN VALLEY               95946         PLEASANTON                94566         REDDING          96002
 PENNGROVE                 94951         PLEASANTON                94566         REDDING          96003




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 REDDING                   96049         RIVERBANK                 95361         SACRAMENTO      95816
 REDDING                   96099         RIVERBANK                 95363         SACRAMENTO      95816
 REDDING                   97405         RIVERBANK                 95367         SACRAMENTO      95817
 REDWAY                    95560         RIVERBANK                 95367         SACRAMENTO      95818
 REDWOOD CITY              94061         RIVERDALE                 93656         SACRAMENTO      95818
 REDWOOD CITY              94062         RIVERDALE                 93656         SACRAMENTO      95819
 REDWOOD CITY              94063         ROBBINS                   95676         SACRAMENTO      95820
 REDWOOD CITY              94063         ROBBINS                   95676         SACRAMENTO      95821
 REDWOOD CITY              94064         Rocklin                   95677         SACRAMENTO      95822
 REDWOOD CITY              94065         ROCKLIN                   95677         SACRAMENTO      95823
 REDWOOD ESTATES           95044         ROCKLIN                   95765         SACRAMENTO      95824
 REDWOOD ESTATES           95044         ROCKLIN                   95775         SACRAMENTO      95825
 REDWOOD VALLEY            95470         RODEO                     94572         SACRAMENTO      95825
 REEDLEY                   93654         RODEO                     94577         SACRAMENTO      95826
 REEDLEY                   93654         ROHNERT PARK              94927         SACRAMENTO      95827
 REEDLEY                   93654         ROHNERT PARK              94928         SACRAMENTO      95828
 REEDLEY                   99999         ROHNERT PARK              94931         SACRAMENTO      95829
 RESCUE                    95672         ROSEVILLE                 95661         SACRAMENTO      95830
 RESCUE                    95682         ROSEVILLE                 95678         SACRAMENTO      95831
 RICHMOND                  90221         ROSEVILLE                 95678         SACRAMENTO      95832
 RICHMOND                  94530         ROSEVILLE                 95678         SACRAMENTO      95833
 RICHMOND                  94801         ROSEVILLE                 95746         SACRAMENTO      95834
 RICHMOND                  94802         ROSEVILLE                 95747         SACRAMENTO      95834
 RICHMOND                  94803         ROSEVILLE                 95841         SACRAMENTO      95834
 RICHMOND                  94804         ROSS                      94957         SACRAMENTO      95834
 RICHMOND                  94805         ROUGH AND READY           95975         SACRAMENTO      95834
 RICHMOND                  94806         ROUND MOUNTAIN            96084         SACRAMENTO      95835
 RICHMOND                  94806         RUMSEY                    95679         SACRAMENTO      95836
 RICHMOND                  94807         RUTH                      95526         SACRAMENTO      95837
 RICHMOND                  94808         RUTH                      95526         SACRAMENTO      95837
 RICHMOND                  94850         RUTH                      95551         SACRAMENTO      95838
 RICHVALE                  95974         RUTHERFORD                94573         SACRAMENTO      95841
 RIDGECREST                93555         RYDE                      95680         SACRAMENTO      95842
 RIDGECREST                93555         SACRAMENTO                94298         SACRAMENTO      95843
 RIO DELL                  95562         SACRAMENTO                95628         SACRAMENTO      95864
 RIO LINDA                 95661         SACRAMENTO                95758         SAINT HELENA    94574
 RIO LINDA                 95673         SACRAMENTO                95812         SAINT HELENA    94574
 RIO NIDO                  95471         SACRAMENTO                95814         SALIDA          95368
 RIO OSO                   95674         SACRAMENTO                95814         SALINAS         93901
 RIO VISTA                 94520         SACRAMENTO                95815         SALINAS         93902
 RIO VISTA                 94571         SACRAMENTO                95816         SALINAS         93905
 RIO VISTA                 94571         SACRAMENTO                95816         SALINAS         93905
 RIPON                     95366         SACRAMENTO                95816         SALINAS         93906
 RIPON                     95366         SACRAMENTO                95816         SALINAS         93907
 RIVER PINES               95675         SACRAMENTO                95816         SALINAS         93908




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 SALINAS                   93912         SAN FRANCISCO             94133         SAN JOSE            95129
 SALINAS                   93915         SAN FRANCISCO             94133         SAN JOSE            95130
 SALYER                    95563         SAN FRANCISCO             94134         SAN JOSE            95131
 SAMOA                     95564         SAN FRANCISCO             94143         SAN JOSE            95132
 SAN ANDREAS               95249         SAN FRANCISCO             94158         SAN JOSE            95133
 SAN ANSELMO               94960         SAN GERONIMO              94963         SAN JOSE            95133
 SAN ARDO                  93450         SAN GREGORIO              94074         SAN JOSE            95134
 SAN BRUNO                 94066         SAN JOAQUIN               93660         SAN JOSE            95135
 SAN CARLOS                94070         SAN JOSE                  94538         SAN JOSE            95136
 SAN CARLOS                94070         SAN JOSE                  95002         SAN JOSE            95138
 SAN CARLOS                94303         SAN JOSE                  95008         SAN JOSE            95139
 SAN FRANCISCO             94080         SAN JOSE                  95013         SAN JOSE            95140
 SAN FRANCISCO             94101         SAN JOSE                  95035         SAN JOSE            95141
 SAN FRANCISCO             94102         SAN JOSE                  95037         SAN JOSE            95148
 SAN FRANCISCO             94103         SAN JOSE                  95101         SAN JOSE            95150
 SAN FRANCISCO             94104         SAN JOSE                  95102         SAN JOSE            95151
 SAN FRANCISCO             94105         SAN JOSE                  95110         SAN JOSE            95153
 SAN FRANCISCO             94105         SAN JOSE                  95110         SAN JOSE            95153
 SAN FRANCISCO             94105         SAN JOSE                  95110         SAN JOSE            95154
 SAN FRANCISCO             94106         SAN JOSE                  95111         SAN JOSE            95160
 SAN FRANCISCO             94106         SAN JOSE                  95112         SAN JOSE            95160
 SAN FRANCISCO             94107         SAN JOSE                  95113         SAN JOSE            95161
 SAN FRANCISCO             94108         SAN JOSE                  95113         SAN JOSE            95192
 SAN FRANCISCO             94108         SAN JOSE                  95116         SAN JUAN BAUTISTA   95045
 SAN FRANCISCO             94109         SAN JOSE                  95117         SAN LEANDRO         94577
 SAN FRANCISCO             94110         SAN JOSE                  95118         SAN LEANDRO         94577
 SAN FRANCISCO             94111         SAN JOSE                  95119         SAN LEANDRO         94578
 SAN FRANCISCO             94111         SAN JOSE                  95119         SAN LEANDRO         94579
 SAN FRANCISCO             94112         SAN JOSE                  95119         SAN LEANDRO         94580
 SAN FRANCISCO             94114         SAN JOSE                  95120         SAN LORENZO         94580
 SAN FRANCISCO             94115         SAN JOSE                  95121         SAN LUCAS           93930
 SAN FRANCISCO             94116         SAN JOSE                  95122         SAN LUCAS           93954
 SAN FRANCISCO             94117         SAN JOSE                  95123         SAN LUIS OBISPO     90071
 SAN FRANCISCO             94118         SAN JOSE                  95124         SAN LUIS OBISPO     90603
 SAN FRANCISCO             94119         SAN JOSE                  95124         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93401
 SAN FRANCISCO             94121         SAN JOSE                  95125         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93402
 SAN FRANCISCO             94122         SAN JOSE                  95125         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93403
 SAN FRANCISCO             94123         SAN JOSE                  95125         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93405
 SAN FRANCISCO             94123         SAN JOSE                  95126         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93406
 SAN FRANCISCO             94124         SAN JOSE                  95126         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93408
 SAN FRANCISCO             94127         SAN JOSE                  95126         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93420
 SAN FRANCISCO             94128         SAN JOSE                  95126         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93433
 SAN FRANCISCO             94129         SAN JOSE                  95127         SAN LUIS OBISPO     93449
 SAN FRANCISCO             94131         SAN JOSE                  95128         SAN MARTIN          95046
 SAN FRANCISCO             94132         SAN JOSE                  95129         SAN MATEO           94025




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 SAN MATEO                 94062         SANTA CLARA               95053         SEBASTOPOL        95401
 SAN MATEO                 94401         SANTA CLARA               95054         SEBASTOPOL        95472
 SAN MATEO                 94401         SANTA CRUZ                95060         SEBASTOPOL        95473
 SAN MATEO                 94402         SANTA CRUZ                95062         SELMA             90720
 SAN MATEO                 94403         SANTA CRUZ                95062         SELMA             93622
 SAN MATEO                 94404         SANTA CRUZ                95062         SELMA             93622
 SAN MATEO                 94404         SANTA CRUZ                95062         SELMA             93657
 SAN MATEO                 94404         SANTA CRUZ                95064         SELMA             93662
 SAN MIGUEL                93446         SANTA CRUZ                95065         SELMA             93706
 SAN MIGUEL                93451         SANTA CRUZ                95066         SELMA             93721
 SAN MIGUEL                93451         SANTA MARGARITA           93422         SEVILLE           93292
 SAN MIGUEL                93451         SANTA MARGARITA           93453         SHAFTER           93263
 SAN MIGUEL                93451         SANTA MARIA               92674         SHANDON           93451
 SAN PABLO                 94806         SANTA MARIA               92693         SHANDON           93461
 SAN QUENTIN               94964         SANTA MARIA               93454         SHASTA            96087
 SAN RAFAEL                92264         SANTA MARIA               93454         SHASTA LAKE       96003
 SAN RAFAEL                94901         SANTA MARIA               93455         SHASTA LAKE       96019
 SAN RAFAEL                94901         SANTA MARIA               93456         SHASTA LAKE       96089
 SAN RAFAEL                94903         SANTA MARIA               93457         SHAVER LAKE       93602
 SAN RAFAEL                94904         SANTA MARIA               93458         SHAVER LAKE       93664
 SAN RAFAEL                94912         SANTA NELLA               95322         SHEEP RANCH       95250
 SAN RAFAEL                94913         SANTA ROSA                95401         SHELL BEACH       93449
 SAN RAFAEL                94915         SANTA ROSA                95402         SHERIDAN          95681
 SAN RAFAEL                94915         SANTA ROSA                95403         SHINGLE SPRINGS   95682
 SAN RAFAEL                94956         SANTA ROSA                95404         SHINGLE SPRINGS   95682
 SAN RAFAEL                95816         SANTA ROSA                95405         SHINGLETOWN       96088
 SAN RAMON                 94506         SANTA ROSA                95406         SIERRA CITY       96125
 SAN RAMON                 94582         SANTA ROSA                95407         SISQUOC           93454
 SAN RAMON                 94583         SANTA ROSA                95407         SISQUOC           93455
 SAN RAMON                 94583         SANTA ROSA                95409         SITES             95979
 SAN RAMON                 94583         SANTA ROSA                95492         SMARTVILLE        95977
 SAN RAMON                 94583         SANTA YNEZ                93460         SMARTVILLE        95977
 SAN RAMON                 94583         SARATOGA                  95070         SNELLING          95369
 SAN SIMEON                93452         SARATOGA                  95070         SNELLING          95369
 SAND CITY                 93955         SARATOGA                  95071         SODA SPRINGS      95724
 SANGER                    93657         SAUSALITO                 94965         SODA SPRINGS      95724
 SANGER                    93711         SAUSALITO                 94966         SODA SPRINGS      95728
 SANTA BARBARA             93101         SCOTIA                    95565         SODA SPRINGS      95728
 SANTA BARBARA             93103         SCOTTS VALLEY             95060         SOLEDAD           93960
 SANTA BARBARA             93105         SCOTTS VALLEY             95065         SOLVANG           93463
 SANTA BARBARA             93110         SCOTTS VALLEY             95066         SOLVANG           93464
 SANTA CLARA               95050         SEA RANCH                 95445         SOMERSET          95684
 SANTA CLARA               95050         SEA RANCH                 95497         SOMES BAR         95568
 SANTA CLARA               95050         SEA RANCH                 95497         SONOMA            95476
 SANTA CLARA               95051         SEASIDE                   93955         SONOMA            95476




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 SONORA                    92651         STOCKTON                  95219         TRACY           92691
 SONORA                    95370         STOCKTON                  95219         TRACY           92707
 SONORA                    95379         STOCKTON                  95234         TRACY           94520
 SOQUEL                    95073         STOCKTON                  95236         TRACY           94550
 SOULSBYVILLE              95372         STOCKTON                  95240         TRACY           94577
 SOUTH DOS PALOS           93665         STOCKTON                  95267         TRACY           94588
 SOUTH SAN                               STOCKTON                  95336         TRACY           95201
 FRANCISCO                 94080         STONYFORD                 95979         TRACY           95206
 SOUTH SAN                               STONYFORD                 95979         TRACY           95304
 FRANCISCO                 94083
                                         STORRIE                   95980         TRACY           95304
 SOUTH SAN
 FRANCISCO                 94112         STRATFORD                 93266         TRACY           95304
 SPRECKELS                 93962         STRAWBERRY                95375         TRACY           95376
                                         STRAWBERRY                              TRACY           95376
 SQUAW VALLEY              93646
                                         VALLEY                    95981         TRACY           95376
 SQUAW VALLEY              93675
                                         SUISUN                    94533         TRACY           95377
 STANDARD                  95373
                                         SUISUN                    94534         TRACY           95377
 STANFORD                  94305
                                         SUISUN                    94585         TRACY           95378
 STEVINSON                 95374
                                         SUISUN                    95685         TRACY           95378
 STEWARTS POINT            95480
                                         SUISUN CITY               94534         TRACY           95385
 STINSON BEACH             94970
                                         SUISUN CITY               94585         TRACY           95385
 STIRLING CITY             95978
                                         SUISUN CITY               94585         TRACY           95391
 STOCKTON                  90212
                                         SUISUN CITY               94585         TRACY           95391
 STOCKTON                  90404
                                         SULTANA                   93666         TRANQUILLITY    93668
 STOCKTON                  94545
                                         SUNNYVALE                 94085         TRAVER          93673
 STOCKTON                  95201
                                         SUNNYVALE                 94086         TRAVIS AFB      94535
 STOCKTON                  95202
                                         SUNNYVALE                 94087         TRES PINOS      95075
 STOCKTON                  95202
                                         SUNNYVALE                 94088         TRINIDAD        95570
 STOCKTON                  95203
                                         SUNNYVALE                 94089         TRONA           93562
 STOCKTON                  95204
                                         SUNNYVALE                 95014         TULARE          93274
 STOCKTON                  95204
                                         SUNOL                     94586         TUOLUMNE        95379
 STOCKTON                  95204
                                         SUTTER                    95982         TUPMAN          93276
 STOCKTON                  95205
                                         SUTTER CREEK              95685         TURLOCK         95380
 STOCKTON                  95206
                                         TAFT                      92647         TURLOCK         95380
 STOCKTON                  95206
                                         TAFT                      93268         TURLOCK         95382
 STOCKTON                  95207
                                         TAFT                      93453         TWAIN           95984
 STOCKTON                  95207
                                         TAYLORSVILLE              95934         TWAIN HARTE     95383
 STOCKTON                  95208
                                         TAYLORSVILLE              95983         TWIN BRIDGES    95735
 STOCKTON                  95209
                                         TEHACHAPI                 93561         UKIAH           95482
 STOCKTON                  95209
                                         TEHAMA                    96090         UKIAH           95482
 STOCKTON                  95210
                                         TEMPLETON                 93465         UNION CITY      94587
 STOCKTON                  95211
                                         THORNTON                  95686         UNION CITY      94587
 STOCKTON                  95212
                                         TIBURON                   94920         UPPER LAKE      95485
 STOCKTON                  95213
                                         TOLLHOUSE                 93667         UPPER LAKE      95493
 STOCKTON                  95213
                                         TOMALES                   94971         VACAVILLE       95687
 STOCKTON                  95215
                                         TRACY                     92110         VACAVILLE       95688




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 VACAVILLE                 95696         WALNUT GROVE              95690         WILLOW CREEK        96039
 VALLECITO                 95229         WASCO                     93280         WILLOWS             95988
 VALLECITO                 95251         WASHINGTON                95986         WILLOWS             95988
 VALLEJO                   94503         WATERFORD                 95386         WILSEYVILLE         95257
 VALLEJO                   94503         WATSONVILLE               95019         WILSEYVILLE         95257
 VALLEJO                   94583         WATSONVILLE               95076         WINDSOR             95492
 VALLEJO                   94589         WATSONVILLE               95076         WINTERS             95694
 VALLEJO                   94590         WATSONVILLE               95076         WINTERS             95694
 Vallejo                   94590         WATSONVILLE               95077         WINTERS             95695
 VALLEJO                   94590         WAUKENA                   93274         WINTON              95301
 VALLEJO                   94591         WAUKENA                   93282         WINTON              95388
 Vallejo                   94591         WAWONA                    95389         WISHON              93669
 VALLEJO                   94592         WEIMAR                    95713         WITTER SPRINGS      95493
 VALLEY ACRES              93268         WEIMAR                    95736         WOODACRE            94973
 VALLEY FORD               94972         WEITCHPEC                 95546         WOODBRIDGE          95258
 VALLEY FORD               94972         WEOTT                     95571         WOODBRIDGE          95258
 VALLEY HOME               95361         WEST POINT                95255         WOODLAKE            93286
 VALLEY SPRINGS            95252         WEST POINT                95255         WOODLAND            95695
 VALLEY SPRINGS            95255         WEST POINT                95404         WOODLAND            95695
 VERNALIS                  95385         WEST SACRAMENTO           95605         WOODLAND            95776
 VERNALIS                  95385         WEST SACRAMENTO           95691         WOODSIDE            94026
 VICTOR                    95253         WEST SACRAMENTO           95691         WOODSIDE            94061
 VICTORVILLE               92394         West Sacramento           95691         WOODSIDE            94062
 VILLA GRANDE              95486         WEST SACRAMENTO           95695         YETTEM              93670
 VINA                      96092         WEST SACRAMENTO           95695         YOLO                95697
 VISALIA                   93277         WEST SACRAMENTO           95798         YORKVILLE           95494
 VISALIA                   93279         WEST SACRAMENTO           95828         YOSEMITE NATIONAL
 VISALIA                   93291         WEST SACRAMENTO           95961         PARK                95389
 VISALIA                   93292         WESTLEY                   95387         YOSEMITE NATIONAL
                                                                                 PARK                95389
 VOLCANO                   95689         WESTPORT                  95488
                                                                                 YOUNTVILLE          94599
 WALLACE                   95254         WESTWOOD                  96137
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95661
 WALNUT CREEK              94595         WESTWOOD                  96137
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95901
 WALNUT CREEK              94595         WHEATLAND                 95692
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95991
 WALNUT CREEK              94596         WHEATLAND                 95692
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95992
 WALNUT CREEK              94596         WHISKEYTOWN               96095
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95993
 WALNUT CREEK              94597         WHITE PINES               95223
                                                                                 YUBA CITY           95994
 WALNUT CREEK              94597         WHITETHORN                95589
                                                                                 ZAMORA              95698
 WALNUT CREEK              94597         WHITETHORN                95589
                                                                                 ZENIA               95595
 WALNUT CREEK              94598         WHITMORE                  96096
 WALNUT CREEK              94598         WILDWOOD                  96076
 WALNUT GROVE              95690         WILLIAMS                  95987
 WALNUT GROVE              95690         WILLITS                   95490
 WALNUT GROVE              95690         WILLOW CREEK              95573




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APPENDIX C




DA APPROVED METERS


                The table below lists the makes and models of currently approved DA meters. The contents of the list is
                subject to change. The list has been provided for informational purposes only.

                 MAKE                           MODEL

                 PSI                            QUAD 4

                 SCHLUMBERGER                   VECTRON LXS

                 GE                             KV




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