Facilitation Approval Commission Agreement - PDF by tmv12705

VIEWS: 56 PAGES: 28

More Info
									                                                                                               Ron van der Leeden
                                                                                      Director - Rates & Revenues
                                                                                                           th
                                                                                                555 West 5 Street
                                                                                     Los Angeles, CA 90013-1034

                                                                                             Tel: 213.244.2009
                                                                                             Fax: 213.244.3201
                                                                              RvanderLeeden@semprautilities.com




                                                                December 22, 2009



ADVICE LETTER 2133-E
(U 902-E)

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

SUBJECT:            REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A SPECIAL CONDITIONS AGREEMENT
                    (ELECTRIC RULE 15) BETWEEN SDG&E AND THE SAN DIEGO UNIFIED
                    PORT DISTRICT FOR FACILITATION OF SHORE POWER


San Diego Gas & Electric Company (“SDG&E”) hereby submits, in accordance with General
Order (GO) 96-B, and Electric Rules 15 and 19, an agreement between SDG&E and the San
Diego Unified Port District (“Port District” or “Applicant”), to facilitate the construction and
installation of facilities to allow for the powering of ocean-going passenger vessels with shore-
based electrical power when such vessels are moored at the B Street Pier and Broadway Pier
(“Pier”) Cruise Ship Terminals (“Terminal”) in San Diego, California (“Shore Power project”).


PURPOSE

Pursuant to Section 5.1 of General Order (GO) 96-B, this advice letter seeks California Public
Utilities Commission (Commission) approval of: (1) Special Conditions Agreement #295
between the Port District and SDG&E, herein identified as Attachment B to this filing, for
deviating from Electric Rule 15 - Service Line Extensions (“Deviation”); and (2) modification to
SDG&E’s List of Contracts and Deviations to reflect the requested Deviation, as set forth in
Attachment A attached hereto.


BACKGROUND

On December 5, 2008, SDG&E filed Advice Letter 2046-E1 to seek Commission approval of a
modification to Electric Rule 19. This tariff modification, which became effective on January 4,

1
    Approved by Energy Division via Disposition Letter on January 15, 2009.
Public Utilities Commission                               2                                 December 22, 2009


2009, allows certain master metered customers (e.g., terminal operators), who are located in
the Port of San Diego (POSD) to submeter and bill “cold-ironing” load. Cold-ironing is the
process by which a docked ocean-going vessel or other craft is powered with a utility supplied
shore-based electrical power source in lieu of the vessel’s on board electric generation system.

On December 14th, 2009, the Port District and SDG&E signed the Special Conditions
Agreement, herein identified as the Attachment B to this filing, to construct and install electric
facilities at the B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal in San Diego, California (“Pier”), to allow for
the powering of ocean-going passenger vessels or other authorized craft with shore-based
electrical power in lieu of the vessel using on-board main or auxiliary engines to generate
electrical power while such vessel is moored at the Pier.

The Port District is requesting electric service from SDG&E to the Pier up to and not to exceed
12 mega volt amps (MVA) in support of the Phase 1 of the Shore Power project. As requested
by Applicant and agreed upon by SDG&E, SDG&E is to install new underground electric
facilities to serve the specified load. Under SDG&E’s Electric Tariff Rule 15 (Distribution Line
Extensions) and decided upon by mutual agreement, SDG&E will reconfigure existing circuit
110 (C110) at Station B Substation and extend the circuit to the Pier to serve the requested
maximum 12 MVA for Phase 1 of the Shore Power project (“Extension Facilities”). The
proposed Extension Facilities will be terminated in the B Street Pier Terminal’s ground
transportation area which does not hold either a secure area or a restricted area designation,
per consultation with and approval by the USCG Captain of the Port, and as set forth in
Attachment C attached hereto.2 The existing load on C110 will be transferred to existing circuit
424, and C110 will be extended with new copper cable in existing and new underground
conduits and manholes. In addition to the cable installation, SDG&E will install a new sub-
surface three-way switch, one SCADA Trayer 5-way switch, and one capacitor on a pad
designated by the Applicant. SDG&E will also install a 12 kV primary meter and associated
utility-owned meter components in the Shore Power project switchgear compartment. The
estimated installed costs including a 22% ITCC tax are $1,964K for the Extension Facilities.
The cost of the Extension Facilities will be collected from the Port District under the terms of
payment covered in Section 7 and Exhibit B of Special Conditions Agreement #295 (Attachment
B).


ELECTRIC TARIFF RULE 15

Special Condition Section I.3 of Electric Rule 15, Distribution Line Extensions, states -

        Exceptional Cases: When the application of this rule appears impractical or unjust to
        either party or the ratepayers, utility or applicant may refer the matter to the Commission
        for a special ruling or for special condition(s), which may be mutually agreed upon.

Both parties SDG&E and the Port District agree that, because the nature of the electrical load
from the Shore Power Project is uncertain, the application of the rules set forth in Rule 15 of
SDG&E’s electrical tariff for such distribution line would be unjust to SDG&E and SDG&E’s
ratepayers, therefore the Extension Facilities being provided for the Shore Power project shall

2
  The Port District has also agreed that pursuant to SDG&E Electric Rule 16 and because the new electric facilities
are neither considered as critical infrastructure nor located in a secure or restricted area, SDG&E is releived from
complying with any conflicting federal requirements that their employees or technicians possess a Transportation
Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) for unescorted access to the proposed Extension Facilities.
Public Utilities Commission                       3                             December 22, 2009


be classified as “Special Conditions”. Additionally, the new electric facilities are not necessary or
beneficial to serve other ratepayers in the foreseeable future. Therefore, SDG&E wishes to
deviate from Electric Tariff Rule 15 to reduce the rate impacts to other ratepayers, and has
negotiated Special Conditions Agreement #295 with the Port District requiring up-front payment
for the estimated installed costs of the Extension Facilities, plus any applicable ITTC (Income
Tax Component of Contributions) tax. Under the Special Conditions Agreement, as shown on
the enclosed Attachment B, an agreed upon Allowance Structure was included that will allow
the Port District to receive an annual refund of a portion of the actual cost paid by the Port
District toward the Extension Facilities. The cumulative amount refunded shall not exceed the
actual cost paid by the Port District and refund of payments for the Extension Facilities will be
based on actual net distribution revenues generated from the sale of electricity to the Shore
Power project at the Pier. The refund period is 10 years, after which any remaining non-
refunded balance becomes the property of the utility.

Agreement Term/Termination Provisions

The term of this Special Conditions Agreement is from the effective date of the agreement and
continues until such time as the agreement is terminated. Either party may terminate this
agreement, subject to the conditions in the attached agreement (Section 3, Termination).

This filing will have no impact on Commission jurisdictional rates, does not conflict with any rate
schedules or any other rules, or cause the withdrawal of service.


CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Pursuant to Public Utility Code Section 583 and General Order 66-C, this Advice Letter contains
confidential information and is protected from disclosure.

   Confidential sections of Appendix B (Special Conditions Agreement):
   Confidential Exhibit B: Not-to-Exceed Amount Breakdown
   Confidential portions of Exhibit C: Allowance Structure Agreement


PROTEST

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

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

Copies of the protest should also be sent via e-mail to the attention of Honesto Gatchalian
(jnj@cpuc.ca.gov) and Maria Salinas (mas@cpuc.ca.gov) of the Energy Division. A copy of the
protest should also be sent via both e-mail and facsimile to the address shown below on the
same date it is mailed or delivered to the Commission.
Public Utilities Commission                      4                           December 22, 2009



       Attn: Megan Caulson
       Regulatory Tariff Manager
       8330 Century Park Court, CP 32
       San Diego, CA 92123-1550
       Facsimile No. (858) 654-1788
       E-mail: mcaulson@semprautilities.com



EFFECTIVE DATE

SDG&E believes that this filing is subject to Energy Division disposition and should be classified
as Tier 3 (effective after Commission approval) pursuant to GO 96-B.

NOTICE

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

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




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

    ELC = Electric           GAS = Gas
    PLC = Pipeline           HEAT = Heat         WATER = Water
    Advice Letter (AL) #: 2133-E
    Subject of AL: Request for Approval of a Special Conditions Agreement (Electric Rule 15) between
    SDG&E and the San Diego Unified Port District for Facilitation of Shore Power.
    Keywords (choose from CPUC listing):             Demand Side Management
    AL filing type:      Monthly         Quarterly     Annual     One-Time     Other
    If AL filed in compliance with a Commission order, indicate relevant Decision/Resolution #:


    Does AL replace a withdrawn or rejected AL? If so, identify the prior AL                N/A
    Summarize differences between the AL and the prior withdrawn or rejected AL1:                      N/A


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


    Resolution Required?           Yes      No                          Tier Designation:          1         2      3
    Requested effective date:                                           No. of tariff sheets:       3
    Estimated system annual revenue effect: (%):            N/A
    Estimated system average rate effect (%):           N/A
    When rates are affected by AL, include attachment in AL showing average rate effects on customer
    classes (residential, small commercial, large C/I, agricultural, lighting).
    Tariff schedules affected:      Special Contract 295, Table of Contents
    Service affected and changes proposed1:             N/A


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


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




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

Public Utilities Commission            Dept. of General Services                 School Project for Utility Rate
 DRA                                      H. Nanjo                               Reduction
  D. Appling                              M. Clark                                M. Rochman
  S. Cauchois                          Douglass & Liddell                        Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP
  J. Greig                                D. Douglass                              O. Armi
  R. Pocta                                D. Liddell                             Solar Turbines
  W. Scott                                G. Klatt                                 F. Chiang
Energy Division                        Duke Energy North America                 Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP
  P. Clanon                               M. Gillette                              K. McCrea
  S. Gallagher                         Dynegy, Inc.                              Southern California Edison Co.
  H. Gatchalian                           J. Paul                                  M. Alexander
  D. Lafrenz                           Ellison Schneider & Harris LLP              K. Cini
  M. Salinas                              E. Janssen                               K. Gansecki
CA. Energy Commission                  Energy Policy Initiatives Center (USD)      H. Romero
  F. DeLeon                               S. Anders                              TransCanada
  R. Tavares                           Energy Price Solutions                      R. Hunter
Alcantar & Kahl LLP                       A. Scott                                 D. White
  K. Harteloo                          Energy Strategies, Inc.                   TURN
American Energy Institute                 K. Campbell                              M. Florio
  C. King                                 M. Scanlan                               M. Hawiger
APS Energy Services                    Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, Ritchie & Day   UCAN
  J. Schenk                               B. Cragg                                 M. Shames
BP Energy Company                         J. Heather Patrick                     U.S. Dept. of the Navy
  J. Zaiontz                              J. Squeri                                K. Davoodi
Barkovich & Yap, Inc.                  Goodrich Aerostructures Group               N. Furuta
  B. Barkovich                            M. Harrington                            L. DeLacruz
Bartle Wells Associates                Hanna and Morton LLP                      Utility Specialists, Southwest, Inc.
  R. Schmidt                              N. Pedersen                              D. Koser
Braun & Blaising, P.C.                 Itsa-North America                        Western Manufactured Housing
  S. Blaising                             L. Belew                               Communities Association
California Energy Markets              J.B.S. Energy                               S. Dey
  S. O’Donnell                            J. Nahigian                            White & Case LLP
  C. Sweet                             Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP      L. Cottle
California Farm Bureau Federation         J. Leslie
  K. Mills                             Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP
California Wind Energy                    D. Huard
  N. Rader                                R. Keen
CCSE                                   Matthew V. Brady & Associates
 S. Freedman                              M. Brady
 J. Porter                             Modesto Irrigation District
Children’s Hospital & Health Center       C. Mayer
  T. Jacoby                            Morrison & Foerster LLP
City of Chula Vista                       P. Hanschen
  M. Meacham                           MRW & Associates
  E. Hull                                 D. Richardson
City of Poway                          OnGrid Solar
  R. Willcox                              Andy Black
City of San Diego                      Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
  J. Cervantes                            J. Clark
  G. Lonergan                             M. Huffman
  M. Valerio                              S. Lawrie
Commerce Energy Group                     E. Lucha
  V. Gan                               Pacific Utility Audit, Inc.
Constellation New Energy                  E. Kelly
  W. Chen                              R. W. Beck, Inc.
CP Kelco                                  C. Elder
  A. Friedl
Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
  E. O’Neill
  J. Pau
                                                                               Page 1 of 1
                                      ATTACHMENT A
                                   ADVICE LETTER 2133-E

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

Revised 21528-E    LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS, Sheet 22   Original 20461-E


Revised 21529-E    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 1                   Revised 21493-E
Revised 21530-E    TABLE OF CONTENTS, Sheet 6                   Revised 21342-E




                                                1
                                                        Revised     Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                     21528-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California             Canceling     Original    Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                     20461-E

                               LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS                                              Sheet 22




                                                                                               Most Comparable
 Name and                                               Execution        Commission            Regular Tariff/Rule
 Location                        Type or Class        and Expiration     Authorization      Schedule      Contract
 of Customer                       of Service             Dates         Number & Date       Number       Differences

 Viejas Band of Kumeyaay             Commercial         12/18/07        GO 96-B, X.B,         AL-TOU      Includes
 Indians, Special Contract                               20 years       Section 8.2.3                     administrative
 #281                                                    (10/1/08                                         fee for
                                                         through                                          incremental
                                                                                                          operational
                                                        9/30/2028                                         and
                                                                                                          settlement
                                                                                                          tasks
 Poseidon Resources,                 Commercial         10/1/2009       GO 96-B, Rule         Electric    Includes
 LLC, Special Contract                                                      8.5.6            Rules 15 &   special
 #290                                                                                            16       allowance
                                                                                                          structure and
                                                                                                          payment
                                                                                                          schedule
                                                                                                                             N
 San Diego Unified Port              Commercial        12/14/2009          GO 96-B,           Electric    Includes
 District, Special Contract                                                Rule 8.5.6         Rule 15     special
 #295                                                                                                     allowance
                                                                                                          structure
                                                                                                                             N




22H10                                                     Issued by                     Date Filed           Dec 22, 2009
Advice Ltr. No.    2133-E                             Lee Schavrien                     Effective              Feb 5, 2010
                                                  Senior Vice President
Decision No.                                       Regulatory Affairs                   Resolution No.
                                                                            Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                       21529-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California                           Canceling           Revised   Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                       21493-E

                                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                      Sheet 1




 The following sheets contain all the effective rates and rules affecting rates, service and information relating thereto,
 in effect on the date indicated herein.
                                                                                                    Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No
  TITLE PAGE.............................................................                                                        16015-E

  TABLE OF CONTENTS.............................................                      21529, 21494, 21478, 21472, 21473, 21530, 21475-E         T
                                                                                             20424, 21250, 21376, 21287, 21300, 19529-E
  PRELIMINARY STATEMENT:
  I.    General Information….........................................                                                8274, 18225, 18226-E
  II.   Balancing Accounts
        Description/Listing of Accounts                                                                                    19402, 21489-E
        California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Balancing
        Account………………………………………………………                                                                                    19406, 19407-E
        Rewards and Penalties Balancing Account (RPBA)…….                                                               19408, 19409-E
        Transition Cost Balancing Account (TCBA)……………...                                           19410, 19411, 19412, 19413, 19414-E
        Post-1997 Electric Energy Efficiency Balancing Account
        (PEEEBA)……………………………………………………                                                                                       19415, 21490-E
        Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D)
        Balancing Account…………………………………………..                                                                                19417, 19418-E
        Renewables Balancing Account (RBA)…………………                                                                          19419, 19420-E
        Tree Trimming Balancing Account (TTBA)……………..                                                                      19421, 19422-E
        Baseline Balancing Account (BBA)……………………….                                                                         21377, 19424-E
        El Paso Turned-Back Capacity Balancing Account
        (EPTCBA)……………………………………………………                                                                                           19425-E
        Energy Resource Recovery Account (ERRA)……………                                               19426, 19712, 21122, 19429, 19430-E
        Low-Income Energy Efficiency Balancing Account
        (LIEEBA)……………………………………………………                                                                                    19431, 19432-E
        Electric Vehicle Balancing Account (EVBA)……………...                                                               19433, 19434-E
        Non-Fuel Generation Balancing Account (NGBA)………                                                          21294, 21295, 21296-E
        Electric Procurement Energy Efficiency Balancing
        Account (EPEEBA)………………………………………….                                                                                        19438-E
        Common Area Balancing Account (CABA)………………                                                                               19439-E
        Nuclear Decommissioning Adjustment Mechanism
        (NDAM)………………………………………………………                                                                                               19440-E
        Pension Balancing Account (PBA)………………………..                                                                         19441, 19442-E
        Post-Retirement Benefits Other Than Pensions
        Balancing Account (PBOPBA)…………………………….                                                                             19443, 19444-E
        Community Choice Aggregation Implementation
        Balancing Account (CCAIBA)……………………………...                                                                                 19445-E




                                                                             (Continued)
1H6                                                                           Issued by                  Date Filed              Dec 22, 2009
Advice Ltr. No.         2133-E                                          Lee Schavrien                    Effective
                                                                      Senior Vice President
Decision No.                                                           Regulatory Affairs                Resolution No.
                                                              Revised       Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                         21530-E
  San Diego Gas & Electric Company
        San Diego, California                 Canceling       Revised       Cal. P.U.C. Sheet No.                         21342-E

                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                         Sheet 6



                                                      SCHEDULE OF RATES


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

                                                Miscellaneous


 WATER                    Water Agency Tariff for Eligible Renewables………..                                     20287,19337,19338-E
                                                                                                                     20429,20430-E
 PTR                      Peak Time Rebate ……………………………………..                                         20550, 20551, 20552, 20553-E
 CRE                      Customer Renewable Energy…………………………                                                     20882, 20883-E
 VNM                      Virtual Net Metering…………………………………….                                       21143, 21144, 21145, 21146-E
 PLP                      Participating Load Pilot…………………………………                              21257, 21258, 21259, 21260, 21261-E
                                                                                                           21262, 21263, 21264-E
 ECO                      Energy Credit Option                                                      21280, 21281, 21282, 21283-E
                                              Commodity Rates


 EECC                     Electric Energy Commodity Cost.................................    21214, 21338,21216, 21217, 21218-E
                                                                                             21219, 21220, 21221, 21222, 20563-E
                                                                                                                  20564,20565-E
 EECC-TBS                 Electric Energy Commodity Cost – Transitional
                          Bundled Service……………………………………                                             19748, 19749, 16432, 19750-E

 EECC-CPP-VOL             Electric Energy Commodity Cost – Critical Peak
                          Pricing - Voluntary………………………………..                                   21003, 21004,20568,20569, 20570-E
                                                                                                                        20571-E
 EECC-CPP-E               Electric Energy Commodity Cost – Critical Peak
                          Pricing Emergency…………………………………                                     21223, 21224, 21007, 20575, 20576-E
 EECC-CPP-D               Electric Energy Commodity Cost – Critical Peak                     21225, 21226, 20579, 20580, 20581-E
                          Pricing Default                                                                         20582, 20583-E

 LIST OF CONTRACTS AND DEVIATIONS..........................................                 14296, 5488, 5489, 6205, 6206, 5492-E
                                                                                            16311, 6439, 5495, 6208, 6209, 8845-E
                                                                                             6109, 5902, 5750, 8808, 8809, 6011-E
                                                                                                      8001, 8891, 16403, 21528-E        T




                                                               (Continued)
6H5                                                             Issued by                         Date Filed             Dec 22, 2009
Advice Ltr. No.     2133-E                                 Lee Schavrien                          Effective
                                                          Senior Vice President
Decision No.                                               Regulatory Affairs                     Resolution No.
           SDG&E Advice Letter 2133-E
Facilitation of Shore Power to San Diego Unified
                   Port District



                 Attachment B



        Special Conditions Contract #295:

  SDG&E and San Diego Unified Port District for
         Facilitation of Shore Power
                           SPECIAL CONDITIONS AGREEMENT

                  This SPECIAL CONDITIONS AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is made as of
---''-'''''''--''---''-_ _' 2009 ("Execution Date"), by and between SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC
COMPANY ("SDG&E") and THE SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT (the "Port
District"). SDG&E and the Port District are sometimes referred to herein individually as "Party"
and collectively as "Parties".

                                           RECITALS

    WHEREAS, SDG&E provides utility service to the Port DistricUn accordance with
SDG&E's rates and rules of the California Public Utilities Commission ("CPUC");

       WHEREAS, the Port District plans to construct and install facilities at the B Street Pier
Cruise Ship Terminal in San Diego, California (the "Pier"), to allow for the powering of ocean-
going vessels or other craft with shore-based electrical power in lieu of such vessel using its on-
board auxiliary engine generator sets when such vessel is at dock at the Pier (the "Shore Power
Project");

         WHEREAS, to provide electrical power for the Shore Power Project, SDG&E plans to
install new underground facilities that extend circuit 110 from Station B Substation
("Substation") to the Pier to provide 12 kV primary service for the Shore Power Project;

       WHEREAS, the Parties agree that, because the nature of the electrical load from the
Shore Power Project is speculative and uncertain, the application of the rules set forth in Rule 15
ofSDG&E's electrical tariff for such distribution line extension would be unjust to SDG&E and
SDG&E's ratepayers;

        THEREFORE, AND IN CONSIDERATION OF the mutual promises contained herein,
the Parties agree to enter into this Special Conditions Agreement pursuant to Section 1.3 of Rule
15, as follows:

        1.     Extension Facilities. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, SDG&E shall
construct, own, operate, and maintain the distribution extension and related facilities and
appurtenances as described in Exhibit A ("Extension Facilities"). The Port District understands
that the Extension Facilities shall be limited to a load capacity of twelve (12) mega volt amps
(MVA), and any changes to such maximum load capacity of the Extension Facilities shall be
made in accordance with Section 4 below. The Port District shall have completed and executed
the Energy Load Information Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit D.

       2.      Delays in Construction.

                (a)   Notwithstanding anything contained in this Agreement to the contrary,
SDG&E shall be under no obligation to commence or continue work hereunder, including any
activity involving either the commitment or actual expenditure of funds by SDG&E that may be
required to perform any work hereunder, unless (i) the Port District has complied with all of its



                                                 1
Approval acquisition and obligations contemplated in this Agreement, (ii) SDG&E has received
payment ofthe Not-to-Exceed Amount pursuant to Section 7 below, (iii) SDG&E has obtained
all other necessary rights-of-way, licenses, access rights, permits and approvals necessary for the
Extension Facilities and SDG&E's construction, ownership, operation and maintenance thereof,
(iv) the CPUC Approval Date has occurred, and (v) the Parties have executed and delivered the
Energy Load Information Agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit D.

                (b)    SDG&E does not guarantee, warrant or covenant any specific in-service
date for the Extension Facilities and under no circumstances shall SDG&E have any liability
whatsoever, and the Port District hereby releases SDG&E from any loss or liability incurred by
the Port District, with regard to any failure of SDG&E to meet any particular in-service date.

       3.    Termination. This Agreement may be terminated by order of the CPUC, by the
mutual agreement of the Parties or by either Party as follows:

               (a)     Either Party may terminate this Agreement if SDG&E has not obtained, by
                       March 31,2010, unless extended by mutual agreement of the Parties,
                       approval from the CPUC, without conditions or modifications
                       unacceptable to the Parties, or either of them, which approves this
                       Agreement in its entirety, including payments to be made by the Port
                       District ("Final CPUC Approval"). The date that SDG&E has obtained
                       such Final CPUC Approval shall be the "CPUC Approval Date".

               (b)    SDG&E shall have the right to terminate this Agreement in the event the
                      Port District breaches any obligation under this Agreement (including,
                      without limitation, any failure of the Port District to make timely payment
                      of any amounts due under this Agreement), or the Port District causes the
                      proposed construction of the Extension Facilities to be delayed such that
                      construction cannot reasonably be completed and fully operational within
                      12 months of the Execution Date.

               (c)    SDG&E shall have the right to terminate this Agreement in the event
                      SDG&E has not obtained (or the Port District has not obtained on behalf
                      of SDG&E), or is unable to obtain, all Approvals required by SDG&E by
                      March 31,2010, unless extended by mutual agreement of the Parties.

               (d)    Either Party may terminate this Agreement if (i) any environmental
                      remediation is required of the property involved in or underlying the
                      Extension Facilities, whether such property is owned or controlled by the
                      Port District or SDG&E, and (ii) neither Party is willing to perform or pay
                      for such remediation.

               (e)    In the event the Port District, in its sole discretion, no longer desires to
                      pursue the Shore Power Project, the Port District shall tender thirty (30)
                      days advance written notice to SDG&E of such intent, and upon the
                      expiration of such 30-day period, this Agreement shall terminate.



                                                 2
Upon any termination of this Agreement, SDG&E may thereafter cease the development,
construction and installation of the Extension Facilities and take all steps necessary to
demobilize and revert the Extension Facilities to its original condition or any other condition
required by law, regulation, or health, safety and reliability concerns. All such costs incurred by
SDG&E to demobilize and revert the Extension Facilities shall be deemed Actual Costs. The
Port District shall reimburse or pay SDG&E for all Actual Costs incurred, or irrevocably
committed to be incurred, up to the Not-to-Exceed Amount and provided that the Port District
shall be credited in the amount of the Advance Payments paid. SDG&E shall refund to the Port
District any overpayment of Advance Payments in excess of such Actual Costs. The Port
District shall not be entitled to any interest on any refunded amounts.

        4.       Modifications. SDG&E may make any change, modification or relocation of the
Extension Facilities at any time, subject to SDG&E's electrical tariff, CPUC rules and
regulations and applicable laws. Any changes, modifications or relocation of the Extension
Facilities requested by the Port District or any governmental affiliate, partner, bureau,
department, ministry, agency, corporation or entity of or established by the Port District ("Port
District Affiliate") shall only be implemented upon the mutual agreement of the Parties in
writing ("Change Order"). Any additional costs or expenses resulting from any change,
modification or relocation of the Extension Facilities on or prior to the date that the Extension
Facilities are first ready for service (the "Ready-to-Serve Date") shall be made a part of Actual
Costs to the extent provided in Section 7. Any costs or expenses resulting from any change,
modification or relocation of the Extension Facilities requested by the Port District or Port
District Affiliate after the Ready-to-Serve Date shall be reimbursed to SDG&E by the Port
District.

         5.      Port District Facilities. In the event the Port District elects to build, construct, or
install any facilities in conjunction with the Extension Facilities, either concurrently with or prior
to SDG&E's construction of the Extension Facilities ("Port District Facilities"), the Port District
shall comply with SDG&E's General Conditions and other standards for such building,
construction or installation of the Port District Facilities, as may be provided by SDG&E to the
Port District from time to time, and as may be amended, modified, supplemented or changed
from time to time by SDG&E in its sole and absolute discretion.

        6.      Rights of Way; Permitting. At no cost to SDG&E, the Port District agrees to
grant to, or acquire for, SDG&E, for the term hereof and within a reasonable time after
termination of this Agreement for the removal of SDG&E's equipment, any and all necessary
easements, rights-of-way and permits, in form and substance acceptable to SDG&E, that
SDG&E, in its sole reasonable discretion, deems necessary for the installation, maintenance,
operation and removal of the Extension Facilities, related appurtenances and work space, and
generally, to facilitate the delivery of electrical power (collectively, the "Approvals"). Such
Approvals shall include the right of ingress and egress at all times and shall be of sufficient space
to provide legal clearance for the Extension Facilities from all structures now or hereafter erected
on the Port District's property. The Port District shall provide adequate warranties of title as to
such sites. SDG&E shall not be obligated to construct or install the Extension Facilities unless
and until all such Approvals have been granted or acquired.



                                                   3
       7.      Fees and Payment.

                 (a)    Not-to-Exceed Amount. In accordance with this Section 7, the Port
District shall reimburse SDG&E for all actual costs and expenses, incurred directly and
indirectly, or committed to be incurred, relating to construction of the Extension Facilities,
including without limitation costs of permits, materials, design, installation, construction,
surveying, inspection, testing, environmental studies, regulatory filings, reasonable attorneys'
fees, and other expenses or overhead that may be required ("Actual Cost"), provided, however,
that the Port District shall not be required to reimburse SDG&E for any Actual Costs to the
extent in excess of the Not-to-Exceed Amount (which may be amended pursuant to the
procedure set forth in Section 7(c) below). The Not-to-Exceed Amount for the Extension
Facilities ("Not-to-Exceed Amount") as of the Execution Date is                  as detailed in
Exhibit B.

               (b)    Advance Payments. The Port District shall make advance payments
against Actual Costs ("Advance Payments") in the total amount of the Not-to-Exceed Amount in
accordance with the following payment schedule:

                        (i)   The Port District and SDG&E may mutually agree, in a separate
written agreement, for the Port District to make certain advance payments in order for SDG&E
to begin certain preliminary work related to the Extension Facilities before Final CPUC
Approval. Such payments shall be credited towards the Advance Payment under clause (ii)
below.

                         (ii)  Following Final CPUC Approval, in order for SDG&E to
commence the construction of the Extension Facilities, the Port District shall pay an Advance
Payment equal to one-half of the Not-to-Exceed Amount no later than ten (10) business days
following receipt of notice from SDG&E of its intent to commence such construction and an
invoice for the amount of such portion. The Port District shall receive a credit against the
Advance Payment under this clause (ii) in the amount paid by the Port District under clause (i)
above. SDG&E shall not be required to commence construction of the Extension Facilities
unless and until it has received the Advance Payment under this clause (ii).

                        (iii) No later than the date that sixty (60) days following the actual start
date of construction of the Extension Facilities as notified by SDG&E (the "Construction Start
Date"), the Port District shall pay an Advance Payment equal to the remaining unpaid portion of
the Not-to-Exceed Amount.

The Advance Payments shall be paid by certified check or wire transfer.

The Parties may modify the foregoing Advance Payment schedule by mutual agreement;
however, the Port District acknowledges and understands that any changes to such payment
schedule may result in a change in the construction schedule for the Extension Facilities
(including, without limitation, the start date for construction and the Ready-to-Serve Date) and
hereby agrees that SDG&E shall have no liability or responsibility whatsoever to the Port



                                                 4
District for any delay in the construction schedule as a result of a change to such payment
schedule.

                 (c)    Additional Advance Payments. If at any time SDG&E has incurred, or
has irrevocably committed to incur, or reasonably determines that it will incur or irrevocably
commit to incur, Actual Costs that exceed or will exceed the then-current Not-to-Exceed Amount
due to reasons beyond SDG&E's control, SDG&E may request that the Port District make
additional Advance Payments. Such request shall include a revised breakdown of the proposed
Not-to-Exceed Amount and shall be subject to the Port District's Board Approval.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, until such Port District's Board Approval, SDG&E shall not be
required to incur any Actual Costs in excess of such Not-To-Exceed Amount, and the Port
District acknowledges that any delay in such Port District Board Approval may result in a
change in the construction schedule for the Extension Facilities (including, without limitation,
the start date for construction and the Ready-to-Serve Date) and hereby agrees that SDG&E shall
have no liability or responsibility whatsoever to the Port District for any such delay in the
construction schedule as a result of such delay in such Port District Board Approval. Upon such
Port District Board Approval, Port District shall pay SDG&E the full amount of the additional
Advance Payment set forth in SDG&E's request, and the Not-to-Exceed Amount shall be
amended as provided thereunder. If such Port District Board Approval of any such request by
SDG&E for additional Advance Payments has not occurred within 30 days following the date of
SDG&E's request therefor, then SDG&E shall have the right to terminate this Agreement. Such
termination shall be treated the same as a termination under Section 3 above.

               (d)      Income Tax Component of Construction. The Port District acknowledges
that SDG&E is required to pay income taxes to the Internal Revenue Service because the
amounts reimbursed or paid by the Port District under this Agreement qualify as a taxable
contribution in aid of construction ("CIAC"). The Port District agrees to reimburse, indemnify
and hold harmless SDG&E for the actual amount of such income taxes associated with such
CIAC. The Income Tax Component of Contributions ("ITCC") is currently estimated at twenty-
two percent (22%) for payments made or received in 2009. The Not-to-Exceed Amount includes
such ITCC amount. Notwithstanding the estimated ITCC rate used to calculate the Not-to-
Exceed Amount, the Port District agrees to pay the actual ITCC incurred by SDG&E in
connection with, and at the time of, the Port District's payments made to SDG&E under this
Agreement.

               (e)   Reconciliation. Upon final determination of the Actual Cost, the Advance
Payments paid by the Port District shall be reconciled with such Actual Cost. In the event the
Advance Payments paid by the Port District exceeds such Actual Cost, then SDG&E shall refund
such excess to the Port District.

              (f)   Allowance. The Port District shall be eligible to receive an allowance
payment on a yearly basis of a portion of the installed cost for the Extension Facilities
("Allowance"), as may be determined by SDG&E in accordance with SDG&E's electrical tariffs
and CPUC rules and regulations, over the ten (10) year period ("Refund Period") following the
Ready to-Serve Date, which Allowance shall be based on the Port District's actual annual energy
consumption through the Extension Facilities and related distribution billing components as



                                                5
described further in Exhibit C, attached hereto and made a part hereof. In no event shall the Port
District receive an Allowance during any year of the Refund Period if the Port District is not
CUlTent on any payments for electricity consumption and demand. In no event shall the Port
District receive an Allowance after the Refund Period has expired. Under no circumstances shall
the Refund Period be extended, including for any years that the Port District does not receive an
Allowance. Allowance shall not include any component based on interest attributable to any
payments received by SDG&E. Any termination of this Agreement during the Refund Period for
any reason whatsoever shall discharge SDG&E's obligation to proffer Allowance to the Port
District.

         8.    Additional Customers. SDG&E shall have the sole and absolute discretion to
serve additional customers through the Extension Facilities. In no event shall the Port District
receive any credit for any revenues received from other customers served from the Extension
Facilities.

        9.      Indemnity. The Port District, at its sole cost and expense, shall indemnify,
protect, defend, release and hold harmless SDG&E, and its officers, directors, employees, agents,
representatives, parent and affiliated entities, successors, and assigns (collectively, "SDG&E
Indemnities") from and against all liabilities, losses, claims, demands, expenses, suits, actions,
costs (including reasonable attorneys' fees, expenses and court costs), and damages, and causes
of action of every kind and character asserted by any person (including but not limited to
officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, contractors or subcontractors of the Port
District) for personal injury to and death of any persons or for the loss of or damage to any
property or other liability (collectively, "Claims and Losses"), caused by, alleged to be caused
by, arising out of, or alleged to arise out of, or which are in any way incidental to, (a) the Port
District's performance of or nonperformance under this Agreement, or (b) the acts or omissions
(whether such acts or omissions comprise of negligence, gross negligence, strict liability, willful
misconduct or otherwise) of the Port District or any of its contractors, subcontractors, agents,
employees, officers, directors, or representatives.

        10.    Assignment. The Port District may not assign or delegate any of its rights or
obligations under this Agreement without the express written consent of SDG&E being first
obtained. Subject to the foregoing, this Agreement shall bind and inure to the benefit of any
successors or assigns to the original Parties to this Agreement. Any assignment of this
Agreement by the Port District shall not release the Port District from any of the obligations
under this Agreement unless otherwise provided herein or by mutual agreement of the Parties.

         11.     Amendments. This Agreement shall be considered for all purposes as prepared
through the joint efforts of the Parties and shall not be construed against one Party or the other as
a result of the preparation, substitution, submission or other event of negotiation, drafting or
execution hereof. Except to the extent provided for herein, no amendment or modification to this
Agreement shall be enforceable unless reduced to writing and executed by both Parties. This
Agreement shall not impart any rights enforceable by any third party.

       12.    Severability. If any provision in this Agreement is determined to be invalid, void
or unenforceable by any court having jurisdiction, such determination shall not invalidate, void



                                                  6
or make unenforceable any other provision, agreement or covenant of this Agreement and the
Parties shall use their best efforts to modify this Agreement to give effect to the original intention
of the Parties.

         13.     Waiver of Rights. The respective rights and remedies of each Party to this
Agreement are cumulative, and no exercise or enforcement by either Party of any right or
remedy hereunder shall preclude the exercise or enforcement by such Party of any other right or
remedy hereunder, or which such Party is entitled by law to enforce. Each Party may waive any
obligation of, or restriction upon, the other Party under this Agreement only in writing. No
failure, refusal, neglect, delay, waiver, forbearance, or omission of either Party to exercise any
right or remedy under this Agreement or to insist upon full compliance by the other with its
obligations hereunder shall constitute a waiver of any provision of this Agreement nor shall it
impair the exercise of any such right or remedy or of any other right or remedy to which it is
entitled.

       14.      Governing Law. The Parties agree that this Agreement shall be governed by the
laws of the State of California, without regard to principles of conflicts of law.

        15.     Governmental Laws and Regulations. This Agreement and all the terms and
conditions contained herein are subject to SDG&E's electrical tariff on file with the CPUC,
which tariff is made a part hereof by reference, and to all valid and applicable laws, orders,
directives, rules and regulations of duly-constituted governmental authorities having jurisdiction.
This Agreement is subject at all times to such changes or modifications, either to this Agreement
or SDG&E's tariff, as the CPUC may make from time to time

        16.     Headings. Titles and headings of the Sections and Subsections of this Agreement
are inserted only for convenience and for reference and shall not affect the construction or
interpretation of this Agreement, nor impair, affect or invalidate the other provisions of this
Agreement.

         17.     Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including any incorporated tariff schedules
and rules, and each and every appendix, attachment, exhibit, amendment, schedule and any
written supplements hereto, if any, between the Parties constitutes the entire agreement and
understanding between the Parties as it relates to the subject matter set forth herein. All
representations, statements, terms and stipulations heretofore made and agreed to by the Parties
in relation to the subject matter of this Agreement are superseded by the provisions of this
Agreement, and no representation of any agent or employee shall be binding upon the Parties
except as set forth herein.

        18.     Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each
of which shall be deemed an original and all of which shall be deemed one and the same
Agreement. Delivery of an executed counterparty of this Agreement by fax shall be deemed as
effective as delivery of an originally-executed counterpart. Any Party delivering an executed
counterparty of this Agreement by facsimile will also deliver an originally-executed counterpart,
but the failure of any Party to deliver an originally-executed counterpart of this Agreement will
not affect the validity or effectiveness of this Agreement.



                                                  7
[REMAINDER OF PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK]




                     8
        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed, for and on behalf of each, by their duly authorized agents, officers or representatives,
as of the day and year first written above.


SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY


By:                              ~                           Approved to legal form:     Sec 1?/2./6~
Name:                          G (/r'r
Title:   v:   P. -~/~o/.,.,'c. Tt.. rt S   ('   ~~


SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT

                           11      (J                ~
By:4~~ ~r.k                                          ~
  ;:;~;;(r1""~~~
Name:  ~  b4
Title:




                                                     9
                                         EXHIBIT A

                      DESCRIPTION OF EXTENSION FACILITIES

Existing circuit 110 (C 11 0) of Station B Substation will be reconfigured and extended to serve
the Shore Power Project located at the B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal. The existing load on
ClIO will be transferred to existing circuit 424 (C424) of Urban Substation. ClIO will be
extended with new 750 kcmil copper cable in existing and new underground conduits and
manholes, from the breaker at Station B Substation to Broadway then west on Broadway to
Harbor Drive then north on Harbor Drive to the B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal. In addition
to the cable installation, SDG&E will install a new sub-surface three-way switch on Broadway,
one SCADA Trayer 5-way switch and one capacitor on a pad designated by the San Diego
Unified Port District (SDUPD), and a 12kV primary meter in the Shore Power Switchgear
compartment. SDG&E will connect all of the above installed equipment to C110 to serve a
maximum load of 12 MW for Phase 1 of the Shore Power Project. The equipment pad designated
by the SDUPD shall be located at the B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal, granted to SDG&E in
form of an easement for its electrical equipment, and sized to provide adequate space for
installing, maintaining and operating the equipment required for serving Phase 1 as well as the
future expansion of the Shore Power Project. Projected additional equipment that would be
installed on the pad for the future expansion include a second SCADA 5-Way Trayer switch and
two additional capacitors for serving a total and maximum load of24 MW.




                                               10
          Confidential information pursuant to PU Code Section 583 and General Order 66-C




                                              EXHIBITB

                         NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT BREAKDOWN


                     Shore Power Project Not-to-Exceed Amount


           Scope of work - Phase 1, maximum load of 12 MW

Transfer load from Station B Substation C110 to Urban sub C424
Install 1 run of new 750 kcmil Copper cable from Station B Sub to the B
Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal
Install 6-5" conduits, one manhole and one hand hole on West Broadway
Install and Intercept 6-5" conduit stub at the Sea Wall at the B Street Pier
Cruise Ship Terminal
Install 1 SCADA 5-Way Trayer Switch, 1 Capacitor, cable and connectors
Install 1 subsurface 3-Way switch on Broadway, cable and connectors
Install 12kV Primary Meter, cable and connectors
Retag all equipment on C110
                                                                  SubTotal
Contingency (10%)
                                                     Total with contingency
ITCC Tax (22%) if payments are made or received in 2009
                                                     Total with ITCC Tax

If payments are made or received after 2009, and assuming that the ITCC
tax rate will be restored to 35%, the Total with ITCC Tax will be

Other Assumptions include:
1. Cost estimate is shown for Phase 1 12MW maximum capacity.
2. All labor cost is based on double time since the work will have to be
performed at night due to the traffic impact on Broadway.
3. The ITCC tax rate of 22% is valid for payments made or received in
2009. The ITCC tax rate may change in future years. Payments are sUbject
to the ITCC tax rate appropriate for the year when payments are made or
received.
4. Costs shown are in 2010 dollars.
5. Cost includes additional conduit and hand hole required to provide for
Broadway manhole elevation changes due to City of San Diego and Port
District Broadway Visionary Plan requirements.
6. Cost does not include any changes to Harbor Drive electric facilities due
to the San Diego and Port District Visionary Plan requirements because
plans are not available at this time.




                                                    11
               Confidential information pursuant to PU Code Section 583 and General Order 66-C

          SDG/'
         ,_••,/E
A   ~ Sempra Energy utility"
                                               EXHIBITC

                                      ALLOWANCE STRUCTURE

       1. Summary
           The Refund Period is the ten (10) year period following the Ready-to-Serve date. The
           Allowance Structure will be based on Actual Annual Distribution Revenues generated
           from the sale of electricity to the Shore Power Project at the B Street Pier Cruise Ship
           Terminal.
           The following describes the calculation by SDG&E to determine Allowance payments
           that Customer may receive subject to the conditions in Section 7.f of the Special
           Conditions Agreement and any numbers used below are provided as an example of that
           calculation and are not intended to reflect actual numbers.
       2. Allowance Structure
           The definitions of the terms used for the Allowance for the Extension Facilities are as
           follows:
                •    Allowance Cap - the total amount available for Annual Allowance Payment in
                     any given year. Year 1 Allowance Cap equals the total up-front payments
                     including ITCC tax paid by Customer for the Extension Facilities before any
                     Annual Allowance Payments. Allowance Cap for subsequent years equals the
                     previous year's Allowance Cap minus the previous year's Annual Allowance
                     Payment. The Allowance Cap shall never be less than zero.
                 •   Annual Distribution Revenues - twelve (12) consecutive months of Distribution
                     Revenues billed and paid to SDG&E for providing shore power electric service to
                     the Pier, beginning on the Ready-to-Serve date and every twelve (12) months
                     thereafter beginning on the anniversary dates of the Ready-to-Serve date.
                 •   Calculated Annual Allowance - the Annual Distribution Revenues grossed up to
                     include the ITCC tax rate collected and included in the up-front payment for the
                     Extension Facilities.
                 •   Annual Allowance Payment - the lower of the Calculated Annual Allowance or
                     Allowance Cap refunded to Customer in anyone year.
                •    Cumulative Allowance Payment - the sum of the Annual Allowance Payments
                     beginning with year one (1) through the current year.
           The Annual Allowance Payment to Customer will be calculated as follows:
                 a. Determine the Annual Distribution Revenues on a 12-month cycle.
                 b. Calculate the Calculated Annual Allowance.
                 c. The Annual Allowance Payment to Customer is the lower of the Allowance Cap
                    or the Calculated Annual Allowance.

           The example below is an illustration of how the Annual Allowance Payments for the
           Extension Facilities will be calculated. The example, however, does not guarantee or
                                                 12
          soG/"
             E
         iiiiJriiii./
A   ~ Sempra Energy utility"
            predict Annual Distribution Revenues, Annual Allowance Payments or Cumulative
            Allowance Payments received by Customer over the Refund Period. Annual Distribution
            Revenues are estimated values based on the current rates and tariffs, and estimated
            energy consumption from Customer's plan of operation provided to SDG&E. The
            Allowance Cap is a hypothetical value.

                                        Allowance Example

                                 Annual        Calculated          Annual         Cumulative
                               Distribution     Annual           Allowance        Allowance
Year         Allowance Cap      Revenues       Allowance          Payment          Payment
   1
   2
   3
   4
   5
   6
   7
   8
   9
  10
  11




                                              13
                            Itq!
             II~SempnlEnergYUIIIIIY"
                                                                                                                              EXHI1l1T~

                                                                                          ENeRGY 60AO INfORMATION AGREEMf!NX

          ThIs agreement Is made and entared Into by and between San Diego Gas & Eleotrlo Company (Uflllly) and The San
          DIego Unlfiad Port DistrIct (Applloanl).
          Ulfllty agrEllls that Utlllly's engIneering desIgn, speolOoaUons and servloe requIrements to Applloanl's pro/eotlmown as
         the Shore Power ProJeot will be based on loads as supplied by Applloant and revIewed and approved by the UtllIIy.
         All rel'lldentral andfor oommerolalloads will be Identified on the (allowing page. RssfdenUal dwelling unit loads should
         be oheol<ed off exoapt when appliances exoeed the \lpeolOed size IImlls, Oommerolalloads must stale oonneoled
         load, building square footage, and servIce panel sIzes. When oonnected load 1\1 unl<nown, bUilding square (oolaga
         andfor maIn or pUll s601l0n sIze per buildIng or unit must be Indloated.
         If there are any addilionslo, or omleslons from, or ohangeslo the listed loads or servloe equlpmentlhat oause
         UUllly's plans or eyetam (thai was desIgned and/or Installed par agreement between Applicant and UlIIlly) to be
         modlned prIor to eslabllshment, or after eatabllshment,.of permanent servloe, AppJlcant agrees to bear any and all
         oosts requIred by the addUlons and/or omIssIons. These ooals can Inolude but are not limited to lha followIng:
               1. All englneel'lng redesIgn oosts
               2. All construel/on oasis associated wUh any revIsIons to lhe Inalalled dIstribution systems as determIned by
                    Utlllly, Inoludlng, but notllmlled to, additions and/or rearrangements of the Installed aystem, removala of Ihe
                    Installed system or portlolls of Ihe system, llnd rearrangements, additions or removals 10 the pre-exlsllng
                    aystem that would have been the cost responsibility of Ihe Applloant.
               3. All conslruot/on delay 0061s.                                  •

        ApplJoant agrees to disclose this agreement and requIre Ita assignment to any buyer of the property should lhls
        property's ownershIp chenga prIor to permanent servlOe baIng established.
        If Applloant Is a corporation, partnership, jolnl venture or a group of IndfVlduaJs. the subscriber hereto repreaenls Ihat
        he has lhe authority to bind said corporation, partners, joint venture, or IndivIduals as lhe oasa may be.
       In witness Whereof, tha parties hereto have oaused this agreement to be exeouled for and on behalf of eaoh, by Ihelr
       duly aUlhorl:l:ed agenls, partners, or oorporate offioers.
       THe SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRIOT                         SAN DIEGO GAS & El.ECTRIC OOMPANY

                                                                                                                                             l3y'
                                                                                                                                                .' -
                                                                                                                                                                O~~
                                                                                                                                                            (Aulhorlzedfl1difuilll.UlIIlty)
                        (Au h ~IZ6d Signature)                                                                                               Nama: CAM (31. UAf--IG. Tr< LJo IV~
      Name: STEPHEN IRKPATRICK                                                                                                                                (Please PrJnl or Type)
                         (Please PrInt orTypa)                                                                                               Tille: t::t.£c, O/~Telf?,VTl()tJ PLANN/~' HAtJA&J5fC...
      Tille: _ CHIEF._E_N..:.GI;:.:N.;..:E;.;:E;:.:R'---                                               ~                       _             Telephone:                     f?5f? {, 5lf ~ 218
      Applicant Mailing Address:
                                                                                                                                             Date: .              122; sIz 00 '7
       3165 PACIFIC HIGHWAY



.....-:-..,.,........,....,.~
     •               •      ••----;."..-,.,
                                    ..   ..c-""7:7:-.....,.,.,-.-:-."'-."T."...,.,.....- " .....,,-,.,.,..
                                                .• .•                    ••              • •;:::,     ........... , . - - . " " ' . . •••   ""   .....   ....   ....   ••    ...   •••   ....   ...   ...   '"   •   •••   •••   ....   •   ••

     Telephone: 619-725-6026
     Dale:                     IZ.[ S. 01.




                                                                                                                           14
                                    Sf
                   II ~ Semprd .Energy ullllCy'
                                                                                                         Il!!Jtt!llIl1Jl!!.l
                                                                    (Identify eppllancea (0 be Inolollod by jiliiCing 11 OIIOoktJ101k In Ole appropriale box)
                  ~                                                       QU                                             !1.!m:!lrl!l                                                 frilJllUJ.l!
                  AIr Oondillonino                                        [l                                             o kWorTolIs
                  AlrOondUlonlno                                          0'                                             o kWorTol1s                                                  0
                  Dryor                                                   0              N/A                             0                                                            0
                  Hoal'                                                   0'                                             0'                         N/A
                  Ughlo and Recoplacleo                                                                                  [l                                                           D              N/A
                  1'001                                                   DaTU                                           tl   HI'                                                     Cl
                  Rongo                                                   0                                              tl                                                           0
                  Wetor Helllor                                           o aTU                                          0
                                              N/A                         'II heallna of air oondll/onlng oxcoods       'Ifhaot excoeds II kW, glva nolual
                                                                          100 MblO, OIY/) rnllllg                       /llUno

                 Addreos and/or Bolldlno Number                                                                   SaMoa/Moln Swllnll Sl~e (Alllpo)
                  1140 NORTH HARBOR DRIVE
                  SAN DtEGO CA 92101                                                                              PRIMARY SINGLE POINT METERING SERVICE
                                                                                                                  i200 AMPS @ 12 KV

                                    Ploor Plan Number (Nomo)                                          Adcllllonollond                                             Tolal Ullllo'rllIa Ploor Prall

                                              N/A                                                        N/A                                                                     N/A
                                                                                           qommQMtol EIQQlllO /lr Gga LlIdda
                 No las:
                          1,
                        Indloille quanllly: HI', kW, or (lTU rallnn (orOOlillee\od equlpmenl by olrollng 1110 approprIate HP, kW, or BTU Identillar,

                                                                .
                        (Jaa load: IndlClllo (0101 oonnoo(ocl load par bulldlng/solVleo and ldoliUty equlpmonl wh~n taUng ~xcl1eds SQD MBTU In 'Ol/Illt' column.
                       2,
                                                        ,
                        lnd/oata Walding Mav or ottlerlype equlpmenllo be Inslalled In 'Oll1er' column ,
                       0,
                                                 aUILplNG ANp SIlBVIOr; INfORMATION (lodl~Qltl In(mmal/pn pf each blillding llopamlgly)
  aUl/dlna #/Bulldlno IYpa                I OC~AN ~.()wa VESSS~S            ....J.                                 I                                 I
  BuildIng Araa (oq n)                          II/A
  ReqUIred SelVlno Vollooe                     12 KV
  Sorvlcel'olnl Number                            1
 Moln or Pull Seol/on el~1;l          1'200 JU.li!s a12 J(V
  0 llulld/no UOhis (kW)              Nar 1'tl:l11ZEP
 0
 N Roooplaolos (kW)                   1101' l'I:EIUZEp
 N
 I'i EIOYolOIll                      'iTci'FflTil lZEO,HPlm                _@_Hplm                             ~@~HPICN                           _®-HPKW
 0
 T CompuloJll (kW)                   NOl' ITS/lIZED
 t;:
                                                                                                                                         _ _ _ I(wsTU                                  _ _~KVI BTU
         Process EqUipment
                                                        I1'Ef.l1Z~                                         Kw B'rU
 "
 1. HVAC JIf mortlSpo'o
 0 (sqUire provldo ooporolo
                                                NO'r
                                                _@~HPKWeTU
                                                                        BTU
                                                                                            ~@ _ _ HPllWBTU
                                                                                            _ @_ _ HpKWBTU
                                                                                                                                        _@~HPKWllTU                                    _lID--HPllWerU
                                                _@---.HplmaTU                                                                           _llIl........-.-HPKWllTU                       _<!/l...........HPKWaTU
 A shoal)                                                                                   _@_ _ HplIWBTU'                             _@_ _ HPI(WBTU                                 _ @_ _ Hpl(WBTU
                                                mnr~EA1ZEUHpKWeTU
 "MOTORS (~ldle.lID                             ~<1L--HPlm                                  _®.--...HPKW                                _®.--...HPIWI                                  _llL.......-..-. HI' ICN
" typo 01 load
A molar 10 aOlvlng)
1
                                                Typo,         NOT   lTE/lIZEP               Typa,
                                                                                            _@_ _ HPKW
                                                                                                                                        Typo.                                          Typo.
                                                _@_HPllW                                                                                _@_ _ HPIWl                                    _@_HPllW
A
_..    " .....                 .. . .... .
                                '    ~   ,~     .Typo ........., ..     ....... . .....     TyPB. '      ...................... ".,' ..Type"..      ,••, ....., .. ,   ...... w.o'o   .Typo, .. _ ., , . ...      , ,   ..
        Oillor ~ndlrllllQ                                                HPKWllTU                   l!!L.....- HP IWI BTU                       @              HpKWB'TU                        @           HPKWBTU
        lype of and}
                                                Typo        fia1' l'1'~IHZtri               TYpo                                        Typo                                          Iypa
                                                _ _ @_ _ HPIIWBTU                          _ @_ _ HP/IWaTU                              _ @_ _ HPIWlaTU                               _ @_ _ HPKWll'TU
                                                l'ypo                                      Typo                                         l'ype                                         l'yp~

       Othor I(W ~ndlOl\to   l~J 000      kW                                                              kW                                          ~W                              _~--------..kW
       typo or land          Typo 'f(l'l'A{, LOIIO NO't 'rO
       HOTEL LOAPS CONSIST                                                                 TYpo                                         'lYpo                                         Typo
                                    ;;xc~~P 1"000 K\l
       OF LIGHT ANu NUM~KUU
       HOTOH LOAPS INCLUDING
       FAllS lINP PIJHl'S


                                                                                                    15
           SDG&E Advice Letter 2133-E
Facilitation of Shore Power to San Diego Unified
                   Port District



                 Attachment C



  Letter regarding Cruise Ship Terminal Access

								
To top