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					                                                 CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: Program Summary

                                                                                                                                                                             Specific Geographic Areas Targeted
                                                                                            IOU Service Area
                      Implementer Name                     Program Name                                                        End Use Fuel Type                      (use descriptors such as city name, county name, utility service
                                                                                              (Select From List)
                                                                                                                                                                             area or other geographic grouping as appropriate)
Gas




               South Bay Cities Council of                                                                                                                           South Bay Cities COG member agencies includes
               Governments with assistance and   South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency                                                                                  the Cities of Carson, El Segundo, Gardena,
Electric

Electric and

Gas
               support from SCE and              Center                                             SCE                          Electric and Gas                    Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Lawndale,

                                                                                                                        Number of Complementary
                    Primary Contact Person            Primary Contact Phone              Primary Contact E-mail      Programs Proposed (i.e. same program                        Description of Hard to Reach
                                                                                                                      in other area or program intended to operate
                                                                                                                                jointly with this program)




Yes

               Jacki Bacharach                   (310) 377-8987                       jackibach@cox.net                                                              Small business, non-English speaking.
No




                                                                                            Organization Type            Total Number of Programs
                         Mail Address                       Web Address                                                                                                                Submitter Comments
                                                                                              (Select From List)                 Proposed



               5033 Rockvalley Road, Rancho                                               Utility Company / Local
Private Firm

Utility

Company
               Palos Verdes, CA 90275            None.                                   Government Joint Venture                          1
Nonprofit




               Summary Budget                                             $849,032    Net Projected Energy Effects                                                   Projected Cost Effectiveness
Corporation

/ CBO




Governmen

t Agency

Utility

Company /

Local
               Administrative Budget                                      $132,024    Net Coincident kW                                                          0   Costs (TRC)                                          $793,488
Governmen

t Joint

Venture

               Marketing Budget                                            $23,000    Net Annual kWh                                                             0   Benefits (TRC)                                             $0
Other Joint

Venture

               Direct Implementation Budget                               $604,675    Net Lifecycle kWh                                                          0   Net Benefits (TRC)                                  ($793,488)
Other

               EM&V Budget                                                 $33,789    Net Annual Therms                                                          0   TRC                                                     0.0000
               Other Budget                                                $55,544    Net Lifecycle Therms                                                       0   PT                                                 #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                                                     TRC Levelized Cost Electric                        #DIV/0!
                                                                                                                                                                     TRC Levelized Cost Gas                             #DIV/0!
       Program Type                      Select All That Apply (Yes/No)   Targeted Sectors                   Select All That Apply (Yes/No)   NR Customer Size                  (Yes/No)
                                                                                                                                              Large (> 500 kW, or > 250,000
       Incentives or Rebates             Yes                              Agricultural                       Yes
                                                                                                                                              therms, or both)
                                                                                                                                              Medium (100 kW to 500 kW, or
       Direct Install                    No                               Commercial                         Yes
PGE

                                                                                                                                              50,000 to 250,000 therms, or
                                                                                                                                              Small (20 kW to 100 kW, or
       Education and Training            Yes                              Industrial                         Yes
SCE

                                                                                                                                              10,000 to 50,000 therms, or both)
                                                                                                                                              Very small (< 20 kW, or < 10,000
SDGE


       Financing                         Yes                              Government                         Yes                              therms, or both)
SCG

       Audits                            Yes                              Residential - multi-family         Yes                                    List Titles of All Programs Proposed

       Facilitation / Coordination       Yes                              Residential - single family        Yes

       Design Assistance                 Yes                              Institutional                      Yes

       Performance Contract              Yes                              Schools                            Yes

       Building Commissioning            Yes                              New Construction                   Yes

       Upstream Program                  No                               Other (Describe)

       Other (Describe)                  n/a
       End Use Measures                  Select All That Apply (Y/N)      Market Actors Targeted             Select All That Apply (Y/N)
                                                                          Nonresidential Building, Facility,
       Air Conditioning Systems          Yes                                                                 Yes
                                                                          Plant Manager
       Appliances                        No                               Corporate Management               Yes
       Insulation / Windows / Building
                                         No                               Business Owner                     Yes
       Shell
       Comprehensive Measures / Whole
                                         Yes                              Code Official                      Yes
       Building
       Compressed Air Systems            Yes                              Contractor / Builder               Yes
       Custom End Use - Commercial /                                      Product Dealer / Distributor /
                                         No                                                                  No
       Industrial                                                         Wholesaler
       Food Service Technologies         No                               Designer / Architect / Engineer    Yes

       Heating Systems                   Yes                              Home Owner                         Yes

       HVAC Controls                     Yes                              Lender                             Yes
                                                                          Local / County / State
       HVAC / Ducts                      No                                                                  Yes
                                                                          Government
       Lighting - Exterior               Yes                              Product Manufacturer               Yes
                                                                          Multi-Family Building Owner /
       Lighting - Interior               Yes                                                                 Yes
                                                                          Manager
       Lighting Controls                 Yes                              Nonresidential Building Owner      Yes

       Motor Controls                    Yes                              Home Buyer                         Yes

       Motors                            Yes                              Purchasing / Procurement Official Yes
                                                                          Building Inspector / Real Estate
       Office Equipment                  Yes                                                                 Yes
                                                                          Professional
       Process Optimization              No                               Renter                             Yes

       Pumping Systems                   Yes                              Retailer                           Yes
       Refrigeration - Commercial /
                                         Yes                              School Administrator / Teacher     Yes
       Industrial
       Roof Color                        Yes                              Student                            Yes

       Ventilation Systems               Yes                              Other (Describe)

       Water Heating Controls            Yes

       Water Heating Systems             Yes

       Appliance Recycling               Yes

       Other (Describe)
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  CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 1 - Budget Worksheet
  South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas   South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center                                SCE                    Electric and Gas

                                                  Projected Benefit / Cost                                                                      Total Program Budget $793,488                      (%)             Total Direct Implementation $604,675        76.20%                     Net Projected Energy Effects
                                                                        TRC Net Benefits      ($793,488)                                        Total Administrative   $132,024               16.64%                        Financial Incentives
                                                                              TRC Ratio                                                        Managerial & Clerical   $39,975                5.04%                                     Activity    $524,675   66.12%   Net Coincident Peak kW
                                                                          PT Net Benefits                                                  HR Support & Development                                                                  Installation                       Net Annual kWh
                                                                                PT Ratio      #DIV/0!                                       Travel & Conference Fees   $10,000                1.26%                      Hardware & Materials       $80,000    10.08%   Net Lifecycle kWh
                                                               TRC Levelized Cost Electric    #DIV/0!                                                      Overhead    $82,049                10.34%             Rebate Processing & Inspection                         Net Annual Therms
                                                                  TRC Levelized Cost Gas      #DIV/0!                                            Total EM&V Costs      $33,789                4.26%                            Total Marketing      $23,000    2.90%    Net Lifecycle Therms
                                                                                                                                                    EM&V Activity      $33,789                                                 Financing Costs
                                                                                                                                                   EM&V Overhead                              4.26%              Potential Performance Award        $55,544    7.00%

                                        Budget Items                                                                                      Allocation Rate (%)           Allocation Base ($)                                                                                                                   Notes
                                                                                                       Budget
                                       (Choose from list)                                                                                    If Applicable                   If Applicable                                                                                              Describe base upon which allocation rate is applied.

  Administrative
  Managerial and Clerical Labor
  Labor - Program/Project Management                                                           $               18,525
  Labor - Program/Project Management                                                           $               15,600
  Labor - Clerical                                                                             $                5,850




  Subtotal Managerial and Clerical Labor                                                       $               39,975
  Human Resource Support and Development




  Subtotal HR Support and Development                                                          $                        -
  Travel and Conference Fees
  Conference Fees                                                                              $                 1,500
  Travel - Airfare                                                                             $                 1,000
  Travel - Lodging                                                                             $                 1,200
  Travel - Meals                                                                               $                   500
  Travel - Mileage                                                                             $                   500
  Travel - Per Diem for Misc. Expenses                                                         $                   100
  Subcontractor - Travel - Airfare                                                             $                   800
  Subcontractor - Travel - Lodging                                                             $                 1,400
  Subcontractor - Travel - Meals                                                               $                   500
  Subcontractor - Travel - Mileage                                                             $                   800
  Subcontractor - Travel - Parking                                                             $                   100
  Subcontractor - Travel - Per Diem for Misc. Expenses                                         $                   100
  Subcontractor Labor - Conference Attendance                                                  $                 1,500




  Subtotal Travel and Conference Fees                                                          $               10,000
  Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
  Equipment - Communications                                                                   $                2,400
  Labor - Administrative                                                                       $                2,000                                                                          Legal
  Equipment - General Office                                                                   $               14,500
  Equipment - General Office
  Facilities - Lease/Rent Payment                                                              $               17,280
  Equipment - General Office                                                                   $               19,669
  Office Supplies                                                                              $                9,000
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  Office Supplies                                                                 $      14,000   ERC Materials
  Subcontractor Labor - Information Technology                                    $       3,200   Web site hosting




  Subtotal Overhead                                                               $      82,049
  Total Administrative Costs                                                      $    132,024

  Marketing/Advertising/Outreach
  Advertisements / Media Promotions                                               $      23,000
  Bill Inserts
  Brochures
  Labor - Customer Outreach
  Print Advertisements
  Website Development




  Total Marketing/Advertising/Outreach                                            $     23,000

  Direct Implementation
  Financial Incentives to Customers
                                Financial Incentives from 2-MeasurableEEActivities $          -
  Activity - Labor
  Labor - Curriculum Development                                                  $      40,000   SCE
  Labor - Curriculum Development                                                  $      40,000   SoCalGas
  Labor - Customer Education and Training                                         $     131,625   SBCCOG
  Labor - Customer Education and Training                                         $     140,400   SBCCOG
  Labor - Curriculum Development                                                  $      52,650   SBCCOG
  Subcontractor Labor - Facilities Audits
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  Subcontractor Labor - Customer Education and Training                           $      60,000
  Subcontractor Labor - Curriculum Development                                    $      60,000
  Subtotal Activity                                                               $     524,675
  Installation and Service - Labor
                            Installation and Service from 2-MeasurableEEActivities $          -
  Subcontractor Labor - Customer Equipment Repair and Servicing
  Subcontractor Labor - Measure Installation



  Subtotal Installation                                                           $           -
  Hardware and Materials - Installation and Other DI Activity
  Direct Implementation Literature
  Education Materials                                                             $      30,000
  Energy Measurement Tools                                                        $      50,000
  Direct Implementation Literature




  Subtotal Hardware and Materials                                                 $      80,000
  Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
  Labor - Field Verification
  Labor - Rebate Processing
  Labor - Site Inspections
  Rebate Applications
  Subcontractor - Rebate Applications
  Subcontractor Labor - Field Verification
  Subcontractor Labor - Rebate Processing
  Subcontractor Labor - Site Inspections
  Subtotal Rebate Processing and Inspection                                       $           -
  Total Direct Implementation                                                     $    604,675

  Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
  EM&V Labor and Materials
  Subcontractor Labor - EM&V                                                      $      33,789


  Subtotal EM&V Activity - Labor                                                  $      33,789
  EM&V Overhead




  Subtotal EM&V Overhead                                                          $           -
  Total EM&V                                                                      $     33,789

  Financing Costs

  Potential Performance Award                                                     $     55,544

  Total Budget                                                                    $    793,488
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 2 - MeasurableEEActivities
South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and                                South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center            SCE                Electric and Gas
support from SCE and
                              Projected Total Resource                                                                                                                                                                                  Projected Participant
                                 Costs and Benefits                                                        Net Projected Energy Effects                                            Direct Implementation Budget                           Costs and Benefits                                         Program Budget
TRC Costs                                                     $793,488                     Net Coincident Peak kW                                                  Total Direct Implementation              $604,675       PT Costs                                       Total Program Budget                          $793,488
TRC Benefits                                                                               Net Annual kWh                                                          Financial Incentives                                    PT Benefits                                    Administrative                                $132,024
TRC Net Benefits                                              ($793,488)                   Net Lifecycle kWh                                                       Activity                                 $524,675       PT Net Benefits                                Marketing                                     $23,000
TRC Ratio                                                                                  Net Annual Therms                                                       Installation                                            PT Ratio               #DIV/0!                 Direct Implementation                         $604,675
TRC Levelized Cost Electric                                   #DIV/0!                      Net Lifecycle Therms                                                    Hardware & Materials                     $80,000                                                       EM&V
TRC Levelized Cost Gas                                        #DIV/0!                                                                                              Rebate Processing & Inspection                                                                         Other

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               INSTALLATION,
                      MEASURE TYPE /                             TARGET SECTOR                     MEASURE / ACTIVITY NAME                                                                                     FINANCIAL                                                                                                                          FINANCIAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SERVICE, AND REPAIR   GROSS COINCIDENT PEAK   GROSS ANNUAL ENERGY     GROSS ANNUAL ENERGY
                      END USE LOAD                                Select From List                                                                                                                             INCENTIVE                                                                                                       GROSS              INCENTIVE
                                                               See Instructions For List   Provide Measure Descriptions in Proposal Narrative
                                                                                                                                                      UNIT GOALS                      UNIT DEFINITION                           LABOR COSTS        DEMAND REDUCTION             SAVINGS                  SAVINGS                       EUL NTG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      PER UNIT (kW)          PER UNIT (kWh)         PER UNIT (THERMS)           IMC
                        Select from List                             Definitions                                                                                                                                PER UNIT                                                                                                                         PER MEASURE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PER UNIT
x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LOAD INCREASES


   INSTALLATION,
                           TOTAL GROSS
SERVICE, AND REPAIR                         TOTAL NET INCREMENTAL       PROJECTED NET
                      INCREMENTAL MEASURE                                                 PROJECTED ANNUAL NET KWH   PROJECTED ANNUAL NET   PROJECTED LIFECYCLE NET PROJECTED LIFECYCLE NET GROSS ELECTRICITY GROSS GAS BENEFITS -   NET ELECTRICITY   NET GAS BENEFITS -   GROSS RESOURCE   NET RESOURCE
    LABOR COSTS                                 MEASURE COST           COINCIDENT PEAK
                              COST                                                                 SAVINGS              THERM SAVINGS             KWH SAVINGS            THERM SAVINGS        BENEFITS - PT           PT              BENEFITS - TRC         TRC               BENEFITS        BENEFITS
                                                                    DEMAND REDUCTION (KW)
   PER MEASURE                                  PER MEASURE
                          PER MEASURE
x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x   x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 3- Non-MeasurableEEActivities

South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas


                      MEASURE TYPE /                                                                  MEASURE / ACTIVITY NAME
                       END USE LOAD                                                                                                                                  DIRECT COST PER
                                                                                                                                                        UNIT GOALS
                                                                                            Provide Additional Descriptions in Proposal Narrative                         UNIT
                        Select from List




X                                                              x                                                                                    x                x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 4 - Other Performance Goals


South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas


                                                           ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION


·Information and Education

Promote SBCCOG EETC resources and energy efficiency information at 20 community events or more.
Respond to every customer inquiry within 48 hours.
Achieve an 80 percent overall customer satisfaction level of Excellent (based on follow-up surveys)
Develop and Regional Energy Efficiency Plan by June 2005.

Public Sector
Reduce energy consumption in all major facilities by 8 percent or more.
Reduce peak demand in all major facilities by 5 percent or more.
Have each SBCCOG EETC member agency adopt the policies
The goal is for each of the SBCCOG EETC member agencies to adopt policies.
Develop a two-tiered utility allowance schedules in two (2) HAs.
x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 4 - Other Performance Goals


South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas


                                                           ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION


·Information and Education
Conduct at least 4 training sessions for the public sector, 6 sessions for businesses, and at least 4 events for residenti
Promote SBCCOG EETC resources and energy efficiency information at 20 community events or more.
Respond to every customer inquiry within 48 hours.
Achieve an 80 percent overall customer satisfaction level of Excellent (based on follow-up surveys)
Develop and Regional Energy Efficiency Plan by June 2005.

Public Sector
Reduce energy consumption in all major facilities by 8 percent or more.
Reduce peak demand in all major facilities by 5 percent or more.
Have each SBCCOG EETC member agency adopt the policies
The goal is for each of the SBCCOG EETC member agencies to adopt policies.
Develop a two-tiered utility allowance schedules in two (2) HAs.
x
                  SPECIFY
                                 SPECIFY TARGET
               QUANTITATIVE
                                COMPLETION DATE
                    GOAL
                                    If Applicable
                If Applicable


st 4 events for residential customers.
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005



                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
                                   12/30/2005
x   x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 5 - Marketing Activities

South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas


                                                           ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION


·Information and Education
Develop appropriate collateral materials including information and education fact sheets.
Develop training schedule and distribute to target participants.
Advertise programs and events.
Write and submit for publishing newspaper and newsletter articles with newspapers and industry partners newsle
Conduct mailing of promotion through water bill inserts (if allowable).
List events on local events calendars.
Develop traveling display for community events.
Develop event calendar on a semi-annual basis.
Update web site as required.
Develop a general information brochure that briefly describes all the services available at the SBCCOG.
Complete direct contact and outreach to Housing Authority Management.

Public Sector
Develop information collateral for public facility audit services.
Introduce draft policies to member agency City Councils and encourage them to adopt.
Conduct direct contact and meeting with Housing Authorities to introduce two-tiered utility allowance.
x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 5 - Marketing Activities

South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas


                                                           ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION


·Information and Education
Develop appropriate collateral materials including information and education fact sheets.
Develop training schedule and distribute to target participants.
Advertise programs and events.
Write and submit for publishing newspaper and newsletter articles with newspapers and industry partners newsletter
Conduct mailing of promotion through water bill inserts (if allowable).
List events on local events calendars.
Develop traveling display for community events.
Develop event calendar on a semi-annual basis.
Update web site as required.
Develop a general information brochure that briefly describes all the services available at the SBCCOG.
Complete direct contact and outreach to Housing Authority Management.

Public Sector
Develop information collateral for public facility audit services.
Introduce draft policies to member agency City Councils and encourage them to adopt.
Conduct direct contact and meeting with Housing Authorities to introduce two-tiered utility allowance.
x
                  SPECIFY
                                 SPECIFY TARGET
               QUANTITATIVE
                                COMPLETION DATE
                    GOAL
                                    If Applicable
                If Applicable




stry partners newsletters.
x   x
       Select EM &V Contractor




      Develop EM&V Plan




                  s
Conduct M ar ket A s es s m ent s and or Bas el i ne anal ys i s




    Develop Survey Ins truments




            Conduct Phone/ M ai l / Em ai l Sur veys




                 n-
        Conduct O s i t e Sur veys / Si t e I ns pect i ons




        I ns t al l M et er i ng/ M oni t or i ng Equi pm ent




      Analyze Survey Data




             nal                                 at
            A yze M et er i ng/ M oni t or i ng D a




                                               nal
          Per f or m / Revi ew Engi neer i ng A ys i s




         Pr ovi de Feedback t o I m pl em ent er ( s )




  Pr ovi de I nt er i m EM & V Repor t s and M em or andum s




                                r
        Pr epar e and Subm i t D af t EM & V Repor t




        Pr epar e and Subm i t Fi nal EM & V Repor t
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 6 - EM&V Activities

South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas



                                                            ACTIVITY CATEGORY

                                                                Select From List


                                                           Select EM&V Contractor
                                                            Develop EM&V Plan
                                            Conduct Market Assessments and or Baseline analysis
                                                         Develop Survey Instruments
                                                     Conduct Phone/Mail/Email Surveys
                                                  Conduct On-site Surveys/Site Inspections
                                                   Install Metering/Monitoring Equipment
                                                     Analyze Metering/Monitoring Data
                                                             Analyze Survey Data
                                                    Perform/Review Engineering Analysis
                                                    Provide Feedback to Implementer (s)
                                             Provide Interim EM&V Reports and Memorandums
                                                  Prepare and Submit Draft EM&V Report
                                                  Prepare and Submit Final EM&V Report
SPECIFY TARGET COMPLETION
           DATE



         6/1/2004
         8/1/2004
         1/1/2005
         2/1/2005
         3/1/2005
         4/1/2005
         4/1/2005
         5/1/2005
         7/1/2005
         9/1/2005
         Ongoing
         Ongoing
        12/1/2005
         2/1/2006
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 7 - Subcontractor Activities

South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas




                                                    SUBCONTRACTOR




                                             K.J. Kammerer & Associates
                                                       TBD
x
                          EXPECTED TASK OR ACTIVITIES




Program development, implementation assistance, staff training, report preparation.
            Assistance with leading seminars and training sessions.
x
CPUC 2004 - 2005 Energy Efficiency Programs: 8 - Labor
South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas




Position Title
                                                              Program Director
                                                              Program Manager
                                                         Administrative Assistant
x
Labor - Audit Execution
Labor - Business Outreach
Labor - Clerical
Labor - Conference Attendance
Labor - Customer Outreach
Labor - Customer Relations
Labor - Customer Training
Labor - EM&V
Labor - Field Verification
Labor - Marketing
Labor - Measure Installation
Labor - Program Design
Labor - Program Development
Labor - Program Planning
Labor - Program/Project Management
Labor - Rebate Processing
Labor - Site Inspections
Labor - Staff Management
Labor - Staff Supervision
Subcontractor Labor - Audit Execution
Subcontractor Labor - Business Outreach
Subcontractor Labor - Clerical
Subcontractor Labor - Conference Attendance
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Outreach
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Relations
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Training
Subcontractor Labor - EM&V
Subcontractor Labor - Field Verification
Subcontractor Labor - Marketing
Subcontractor Labor - Measure Installation
Subcontractor Labor - Program Design
Subcontractor Labor - Program Development
Subcontractor Labor - Program Planning
Subcontractor Labor - Program/Project Management
Subcontractor Labor - Rebate Processing
Subcontractor Labor - Site Inspections
Subcontractor Labor - Staff Management
Subcontractor Labor - Staff Supervision
SCE and SoCalGas




             Staff Name
                          Jacki Bacharach
                            Marilyn Lyon
                                    TBD
                                    TBD
                                                                                                          % of Time
                                                                                                          Devoted to
Primary Responsibilities                                                                                  Program
   Overall management of program tasks, contractors, reporting, IOU interface and hiring necessary staff.        20%
                                            Day-to-day project oversight and management. Reporting.              30%
                                            Administrative support. Coordination of key stakeholders..           25%
                                                                                                                100%
                                                                                                                 50%
x   x
                                                                                                    Discount Rate
                                           AVOIDED COST VALUES - TRC

                      Electric                                                Natural Gas
     Statewide Avg.      Gen       T&D     Env.Ext.    Total                      Gen       T&D
        Year           $/kWh      $/kWh     $/kWh     $/kWh        Year          $/thm      $/thm
        2004          0.05341    0.00574   0.00704    $0.07        2004          $0.34      $0.03
        2005          0.05451     0.006    0.0072     $0.07        2005          $0.35      $0.03
        2006          0.04961    0.0062    0.0074     $0.06        2006          $0.37      $0.03
        2007          0.05155    0.0065    0.0076     $0.07        2007          $0.39      $0.03
        2008          0.05325    0.00675   0.00785    $0.07        2008          $0.40      $0.04
        2009           0.0551    0.00704   0.00814    $0.07        2009          $0.42      $0.04
        2010          0.05708    0.00734   0.00834    $0.07        2010          $0.44      $0.04
        2011          0.05896    0.0076    0.0086     $0.08        2011          $0.38      $0.04
        2012          0.06138    0.00794   0.00884    $0.08        2012          $0.40      $0.04
        2013          0.06399    0.0083    0.0091     $0.08        2013          $0.42      $0.04
        2014          0.06676    0.0086    0.0094     $0.08        2014          $0.43      $0.04
        2015          0.06976     0.009    0.0097     $0.09        2015          $0.45      $0.04
        2016           0.073     0.00934   0.00994    $0.09        2016          $0.48      $0.04
        2017          0.07649    0.00974   0.01024    $0.10        2017          $0.50      $0.04
        2018          0.08023    0.01014   0.01054    $0.10        2018          $0.52      $0.05
        2019          0.08428    0.01055   0.01081    $0.11        2019          $0.54      $0.05
        2020          0.08844    0.01059   0.01108    $0.11        2020          $0.57      $0.05
        2021          0.09287    0.01112   0.01136    $0.12        2021          $0.59      $0.05
        2022          0.09942    0.01152   0.01167    $0.12        2022          $0.61      $0.05
        2023          0.10222    0.01191   0.01198    $0.13        2023          $0.64      $0.06
        SUM             $1.39      $0.17     $0.19     $1.75       SUM           $9.24      $0.66
0                                                      $0.00
1    PV (1 yr)         $0.05      $0.01     $0.01      $0.07     PV (1 yr)      $0.34       $0.03
2    PV (2 yr)         $0.10      $0.01     $0.01      $0.13     PV (2 yr)      $0.66       $0.06
3    PV (3 yr)         $0.15      $0.02     $0.02      $0.18     PV (3 yr)      $0.98       $0.08
4    PV (4 yr)         $0.19      $0.02     $0.03      $0.23     PV (4 yr)      $1.29       $0.11
5    PV (5 yr)         $0.23      $0.03     $0.03      $0.28     PV (5 yr)      $1.58       $0.14
6    PV (6 yr)         $0.26      $0.03     $0.04      $0.33     PV (6 yr)      $1.86       $0.16
7    PV (7 yr)         $0.30      $0.04     $0.04      $0.38     PV (7 yr)      $2.14       $0.19
8    PV (8 yr)         $0.33      $0.04     $0.05      $0.42     PV (8 yr)      $2.36       $0.21
9    PV (9 yr)         $0.37      $0.04     $0.05      $0.46     PV (9 yr)      $2.57       $0.23
10   PV (10 yr)        $0.40      $0.05     $0.06      $0.50     PV (10 yr)     $2.78       $0.25
11   PV (11 yr)        $0.43      $0.05     $0.06      $0.54     PV (11 yr)     $2.98       $0.27
12   PV (12 yr)        $0.46      $0.06     $0.07      $0.58     PV (12 yr)     $3.17       $0.29
13   PV (13 yr)        $0.49      $0.06     $0.07      $0.61     PV (13 yr)     $3.35       $0.30
14   PV (14 yr)        $0.51      $0.06     $0.07      $0.65     PV (14 yr)     $3.53       $0.32
15   PV (15 yr)        $0.54      $0.07     $0.08      $0.68     PV (15 yr)     $3.71       $0.33
16   PV (16 yr)        $0.57      $0.07     $0.08      $0.72     PV (16 yr)     $3.88       $0.35
17   PV (17 yr)        $0.59      $0.07     $0.08      $0.75     PV (17 yr)     $4.04       $0.36
18   PV (18 yr)        $0.62      $0.08     $0.09      $0.78     PV (18 yr)     $4.19       $0.38
19   PV (19 yr)        $0.64      $0.08     $0.09      $0.81     PV (19 yr)     $4.34       $0.39
20   PV (20 yr)        $0.66      $0.08     $0.09      $0.84     PV (20 yr)     $4.49       $0.40
Discount Rate
   8.15%



  Env.Ext.       Total
   $/thm         $/thm
   $0.06         $0.43
   $0.06         $0.44
   $0.07         $0.47
   $0.07         $0.49
   $0.07         $0.51
   $0.07         $0.53
   $0.07         $0.55
   $0.08         $0.50
   $0.08         $0.52
   $0.08         $0.54
   $0.08         $0.55
   $0.09         $0.58
   $0.09         $0.61
   $0.09         $0.63
   $0.09         $0.66
   $0.10         $0.69
   $0.10         $0.72
   $0.10         $0.74
   $0.10         $0.76
   $0.11         $0.81
   $1.66        $11.73
                 $0.00
   $0.06        $0.43
   $0.12        $0.84
   $0.18        $1.24    Discount Rate   8.15%
   $0.23        $1.63
   $0.28        $2.00
   $0.33        $2.36
   $0.37        $2.70
   $0.42        $2.99
   $0.46        $3.27
   $0.50        $3.53
   $0.54        $3.79
   $0.58        $4.03
   $0.61        $4.27
   $0.64        $4.50
   $0.67        $4.72
   $0.70        $4.93
   $0.73        $5.14
   $0.76        $5.33
   $0.78        $5.52
   $0.81        $5.70
                                                                   AVOIDED COST VALUES - PT

                                                     Electric ($/kWh)
                                                          PG&E
                  Residential   Agricultural   Small Commercial    Medium Commercial   Large Commerical
       2004           $0.13          $0.14             $0.17               $0.16               $0.14
       2005           $0.13          $0.15             $0.18               $0.17               $0.15
       2006           $0.14          $0.15             $0.18               $0.17               $0.15
       2007           $0.14          $0.15             $0.19               $0.18               $0.15
       2008           $0.15          $0.16             $0.19               $0.18               $0.16
       2009           $0.15          $0.16             $0.19               $0.18               $0.16
       2010           $0.15          $0.16             $0.20               $0.19               $0.16
       2011           $0.15          $0.17             $0.20               $0.19               $0.17
       2012           $0.16          $0.17             $0.21               $0.19               $0.17
       2013           $0.16          $0.17             $0.21               $0.20               $0.17
       2014           $0.16          $0.18             $0.21               $0.20               $0.18
       2015           $0.17          $0.18             $0.22               $0.21               $0.18
       2016           $0.17          $0.18             $0.22               $0.21               $0.18
       2017           $0.17          $0.19             $0.23               $0.21               $0.19
       2018           $0.18          $0.19             $0.23               $0.22               $0.19
       2019           $0.18          $0.20             $0.24               $0.22               $0.20
       2020           $0.19          $0.20             $0.24               $0.23               $0.20
       2021           $0.19          $0.20             $0.25               $0.23               $0.20
       2022           $0.19          $0.21             $0.25               $0.24               $0.21
       2023           $0.20          $0.21             $0.26               $0.24               $0.21
       2024           $0.20          $0.22             $0.26               $0.25               $0.22
0
1    PV (1 yr)        $0.13          $0.14             $0.17               $0.16               $0.14
2    PV (2 yr)        $0.25          $0.27             $0.33               $0.31               $0.27
3    PV (3 yr)        $0.37          $0.40             $0.49               $0.46               $0.40
4    PV (4 yr)        $0.49          $0.52             $0.64               $0.60               $0.52
5    PV (5 yr)        $0.59          $0.64             $0.77               $0.73               $0.64
6    PV (6 yr)        $0.69          $0.75             $0.91               $0.85               $0.75
7    PV (7 yr)        $0.79          $0.85             $1.03               $0.97               $0.85
8    PV (8 yr)        $0.88          $0.94             $1.15               $1.08               $0.94
9    PV (9 yr)        $0.96          $1.03             $1.25               $1.18               $1.03
10   PV (10 yr)       $1.04          $1.12             $1.36               $1.28               $1.12
11   PV (11 yr)       $1.11          $1.20             $1.46               $1.37               $1.20
12   PV (12 yr)       $1.18          $1.27             $1.55               $1.46               $1.27
13   PV (13 yr)       $1.25          $1.35             $1.64               $1.54               $1.35
14   PV (14 yr)       $1.31          $1.41             $1.72               $1.62               $1.41
15   PV (15 yr)       $1.37          $1.48             $1.79               $1.69               $1.48
16   PV (16 yr)       $1.43          $1.54             $1.87               $1.76               $1.54
17   PV (17 yr)       $1.48          $1.60             $1.94               $1.82               $1.60
18   PV (18 yr)       $1.53          $1.65             $2.00               $1.88               $1.65
19   PV (19 yr)       $1.58          $1.70             $2.06               $1.94               $1.70
20   PV (20 yr)       $1.62          $1.75             $2.12               $2.00               $1.75


                                                  Natural Gas ($/therm)
                                                             PG&E
                  Residential     Agricultural   Small Commercial          Medium Commercial      Large Commerical
       2004           $0.89                              $0.87                     $0.73                  $0.67
       2005           $0.92                              $0.90                     $0.76                  $0.69
       2006           $0.95                              $0.93                     $0.78                  $0.72
       2007           $0.98                              $0.95                     $0.80                  $0.73
       2008           $0.99                              $0.97                     $0.82                  $0.75
       2009           $1.01                              $0.99                     $0.83                  $0.76
       2010           $1.03                              $1.01                     $0.85                  $0.78
       2011           $1.05                              $1.03                     $0.86                  $0.79
       2012           $1.07                              $1.05                     $0.88                  $0.81
       2013           $1.10                              $1.07                     $0.90                  $0.83
       2014           $1.12                              $1.09                     $0.92                  $0.84
       2015           $1.14                              $1.12                     $0.94                  $0.86
       2016           $1.17                              $1.14                     $0.96                  $0.88
       2017           $1.19                              $1.16                     $0.98                  $0.90
       2018           $1.22                              $1.19                     $1.00                  $0.92
       2019           $1.24                              $1.21                     $1.02                  $0.94
       2020           $1.27                              $1.24                     $1.04                  $0.95
       2021           $1.30                              $1.27                     $1.06                  $0.98
       2022           $1.32                              $1.29                     $1.08                  $1.00
       2023           $1.35                              $1.32                     $1.11                  $1.02
       2024           $1.38                              $1.35                     $1.13                  $1.04
 1   PV (1 yr)        $0.89                              $0.87                     $0.73                  $0.67
 2   PV (2 yr)        $1.74                              $1.70                     $1.43                  $1.31
 3   PV (3 yr)        $2.56                              $2.50                     $2.10                  $1.93
 4   PV (4 yr)        $3.33                              $3.25                     $2.73                  $2.51
 5   PV (5 yr)        $4.06                              $3.97                     $3.33                  $3.05
 6   PV (6 yr)        $4.74                              $4.64                     $3.89                  $3.57
 7   PV (7 yr)        $5.39                              $5.27                     $4.42                  $4.06
 8   PV (8 yr)        $5.99                              $5.86                     $4.92                  $4.51
 9   PV (9 yr)        $6.57                              $6.42                     $5.39                  $4.94
10   PV (10 yr)       $7.11                              $6.95                     $5.83                  $5.35
11   PV (11 yr)       $7.62                              $7.45                     $6.25                  $5.74
12   PV (12 yr)       $8.10                              $7.92                     $6.65                  $6.10
13   PV (13 yr)       $8.56                              $8.37                     $7.02                  $6.44
14   PV (14 yr)       $8.99                              $8.79                     $7.37                  $6.77
15   PV (15 yr)       $9.40                              $9.19                     $7.71                  $7.07
16   PV (16 yr)       $9.78                              $9.56                     $8.02                  $7.36
17   PV (17 yr)       $10.14                             $9.91                     $8.32                  $7.64
18   PV (18 yr)       $10.48                             $10.25                    $8.60                  $7.89
19   PV (19 yr)       $10.81                             $10.56                    $8.86                  $8.14
20   PV (20 yr)       $11.11                             $10.86                    $9.11                  $8.37


                                  CEC GDP Deflator Series

                  YEAR                           INDEX                     ANNUAL GROWTH RATE
                           2004                                   106.60
                           2005                                   110.43                   3.6%
                           2006                                   114.25                   3.5%
          2007                             116.87                    2.3%
          2008                             119.18                    2.0%
          2009                             121.39                    1.9%
          2010                             123.65                    1.9%
          2011                             126.04                    1.9%
          2012                             128.62                    2.0%
          2013                             131.32                    2.1%
          2014                             134.08                    2.1%
          2015                             136.93                    2.1%
          2016                             139.81                    2.1%
          2017                             142.74                    2.1%
          2018                             145.74                    2.1%
          2019                             148.79                    2.1%
          2020                             151.94                    2.1%
          2021                             155.13                    2.1%
          2022                             158.39                    2.1%
          2023                             161.72                    2.1%
          2024                             165.11                    2.1%
Source:          1970 - 1985 Historic DRI-WEFA
                 1986-2003 UCLA March 2002
                 2004-2005 adjusted
                 2006 - 2020 UCLA September 2001
                 2021-2024    escalated by growth rate of previous year
                                          Discount Rate                        8.15%

                                                 Electric ($/kWh)
                                                       SCE
             Residential   Agricultural   Small Commercial    Medium Commercial
  2004            $0.14        $0.11              $0.18                $0.15
  2005            $0.15        $0.11              $0.19                $0.16
  2006            $0.15        $0.12              $0.19                $0.16
  2007            $0.15        $0.12              $0.20                $0.16
  2008            $0.16        $0.12              $0.20                $0.17
  2009            $0.16        $0.13              $0.20                $0.17
  2010            $0.16        $0.13              $0.21                $0.17
  2011            $0.17        $0.13              $0.21                $0.18
  2012            $0.17        $0.13              $0.22                $0.18
  2013            $0.17        $0.14              $0.22                $0.18
  2014            $0.18        $0.14              $0.23                $0.19
  2015            $0.18        $0.14              $0.23                $0.19
  2016            $0.18        $0.14              $0.24                $0.20
  2017            $0.19        $0.15              $0.24                $0.20
  2018            $0.19        $0.15              $0.25                $0.21
  2019            $0.20        $0.15              $0.25                $0.21
  2020            $0.20        $0.16              $0.26                $0.21
  2021            $0.20        $0.16              $0.26                $0.22
  2022            $0.21        $0.16              $0.27                $0.22
  2023            $0.21        $0.17              $0.27                $0.23
  2024            $0.22        $0.17              $0.28                $0.23


PV (1 yr)         $0.14        $0.11              $0.18                $0.15
PV (2 yr)         $0.27        $0.22              $0.35                $0.29
PV (3 yr)         $0.40        $0.32              $0.52                $0.43
PV (4 yr)         $0.52        $0.41              $0.67                $0.56
PV (5 yr)         $0.64        $0.50              $0.82                $0.68
PV (6 yr)         $0.75        $0.59              $0.96                $0.80
PV (7 yr)         $0.85        $0.67              $1.09                $0.91
PV (8 yr)         $0.94        $0.74              $1.21                $1.01
PV (9 yr)         $1.03        $0.81              $1.33                $1.11
PV (10 yr)        $1.12        $0.88              $1.44                $1.20
PV (11 yr)        $1.20        $0.94              $1.54                $1.28
PV (12 yr)        $1.27        $1.00              $1.64                $1.37
PV (13 yr)        $1.35        $1.06              $1.73                $1.44
PV (14 yr)        $1.41        $1.11              $1.82                $1.52
PV (15 yr)        $1.48        $1.16              $1.90                $1.58
PV (16 yr)        $1.54        $1.21              $1.98                $1.65
PV (17 yr)        $1.60        $1.25              $2.05                $1.71
PV (18 yr)        $1.65        $1.30              $2.12                $1.77
PV (19 yr)        $1.70        $1.34              $2.19                $1.82
PV (20 yr)        $1.75        $1.37              $2.25                $1.87


                                              Natural Gas ($/therm)
                                                    SoCalGas
             Residential   Agricultural   Small Commercial     Medium Commercial
  2004            $1.07        $0.74              $0.87                 $0.77
  2005            $1.11        $0.77              $0.90                 $0.80
  2006            $1.15        $0.79              $0.93                 $0.83
  2007            $1.17        $0.81              $0.95                 $0.84
  2008            $1.20        $0.83              $0.97                 $0.86
  2009            $1.22        $0.84              $0.99                 $0.88
  2010            $1.24        $0.86              $1.01                 $0.89
  2011            $1.27        $0.87              $1.03                 $0.91
  2012            $1.29        $0.89              $1.05                 $0.93
  2013            $1.32        $0.91              $1.07                 $0.95
  2014            $1.35        $0.93              $1.09                 $0.97
  2015            $1.37        $0.95              $1.12                 $0.99
  2016            $1.40        $0.97              $1.14                 $1.01
  2017            $1.43        $0.99              $1.16                 $1.03
  2018            $1.46        $1.01              $1.19                 $1.05
  2019            $1.49        $1.03              $1.21                 $1.07
  2020            $1.53        $1.05              $1.24                 $1.10
  2021            $1.56        $1.08              $1.27                 $1.12
  2022            $1.59        $1.10              $1.29                 $1.14
  2023            $1.62        $1.12              $1.32                 $1.17
  2024            $1.66        $1.15              $1.35                 $1.19
PV (1 yr)         $1.07        $0.74              $0.87                 $0.77
PV (2 yr)         $2.09        $1.45              $1.70                 $1.51
PV (3 yr)         $3.08        $2.13              $2.50                 $2.21
PV (4 yr)         $4.00        $2.77              $3.25                 $2.88
PV (5 yr)         $4.88        $3.37              $3.97                 $3.51
PV (6 yr)         $5.70        $3.94              $4.64                 $4.10
PV (7 yr)         $6.48        $4.48              $5.27                 $4.66
PV (8 yr)         $7.21        $4.98              $5.86                 $5.19
PV (9 yr)         $7.90        $5.46              $6.42                 $5.68
PV (10 yr)        $8.55        $5.91              $6.95                 $6.15
PV (11 yr)        $9.16        $6.34              $7.45                 $6.59
PV (12 yr)        $9.74        $6.74              $7.92                 $7.01
PV (13 yr)       $10.29        $7.12              $8.37                 $7.41
PV (14 yr)       $10.81        $7.48              $8.79                 $7.78
PV (15 yr)       $11.30        $7.81              $9.19                 $8.13
PV (16 yr)       $11.76        $8.13              $9.56                 $8.46
PV (17 yr)       $12.19        $8.43              $9.91                 $8.78
PV (18 yr)       $12.60        $8.72             $10.25                 $9.07
PV (19 yr)       $12.99        $8.99             $10.56                 $9.35
PV (20 yr)       $13.36        $9.24             $10.86                 $9.61
                                                                    Electric ($/kWh)
                                                                        SDG&E
Large Commerical                Residential   Agricultural   Small Commercial
        $0.13        2004           $0.16          $0.15             $0.17
        $0.13        2005           $0.17          $0.16             $0.18
        $0.14        2006           $0.17          $0.16             $0.18
        $0.14        2007           $0.18          $0.16             $0.19
        $0.15        2008           $0.18          $0.17             $0.19
        $0.15        2009           $0.18          $0.17             $0.19
        $0.15        2010           $0.19          $0.17             $0.20
        $0.15        2011           $0.19          $0.18             $0.20
        $0.16        2012           $0.19          $0.18             $0.21
        $0.16        2013           $0.20          $0.18             $0.21
        $0.16        2014           $0.20          $0.19             $0.21
        $0.17        2015           $0.21          $0.19             $0.22
        $0.17        2016           $0.21          $0.20             $0.22
        $0.17        2017           $0.21          $0.20             $0.23
        $0.18        2018           $0.22          $0.21             $0.23
        $0.18        2019           $0.22          $0.21             $0.24
        $0.19        2020           $0.23          $0.21             $0.24
        $0.19        2021           $0.23          $0.22             $0.25
        $0.19        2022           $0.24          $0.22             $0.25
        $0.20        2023           $0.24          $0.23             $0.26
        $0.20        2024           $0.25          $0.23             $0.26


        $0.13      PV (1 yr)        $0.16          $0.15             $0.17
        $0.25      PV (2 yr)        $0.31          $0.29             $0.33
        $0.37      PV (3 yr)        $0.46          $0.43             $0.49
        $0.49      PV (4 yr)        $0.60          $0.56             $0.64
        $0.59      PV (5 yr)        $0.73          $0.68             $0.77
        $0.69      PV (6 yr)        $0.85          $0.80             $0.91
        $0.79      PV (7 yr)        $0.97          $0.91             $1.03
        $0.88      PV (8 yr)        $1.08          $1.01             $1.15
        $0.96      PV (9 yr)        $1.18          $1.11             $1.25
        $1.04      PV (10 yr)       $1.28          $1.20             $1.36
        $1.11      PV (11 yr)       $1.37          $1.28             $1.46
        $1.18      PV (12 yr)       $1.46          $1.37             $1.55
        $1.25      PV (13 yr)       $1.54          $1.44             $1.64
        $1.31      PV (14 yr)       $1.62          $1.52             $1.72
        $1.37      PV (15 yr)       $1.69          $1.58             $1.79
        $1.43      PV (16 yr)       $1.76          $1.65             $1.87
        $1.48      PV (17 yr)       $1.82          $1.71             $1.94
        $1.53      PV (18 yr)       $1.88          $1.77             $2.00
        $1.58      PV (19 yr)       $1.94          $1.82             $2.06
        $1.62      PV (20 yr)       $2.00          $1.87             $2.12


                                                                 Natural Gas ($/therm)
                                                                         SDG&E
Large Commerical                Residential   Agricultural   Small Commercial
        $0.63        2004           $1.31                            $0.93
        $0.65        2005           $1.36                            $0.96
        $0.68        2006           $1.40                            $1.00
        $0.69        2007           $1.44                            $1.02
        $0.70        2008           $1.46                            $1.04
        $0.72        2009           $1.49                            $1.06
        $0.73        2010           $1.52                            $1.08
        $0.74        2011           $1.55                            $1.10
        $0.76        2012           $1.58                            $1.12
        $0.78        2013           $1.61                            $1.15
        $0.79        2014           $1.65                            $1.17
        $0.81        2015           $1.68                            $1.19
        $0.83        2016           $1.72                            $1.22
        $0.84        2017           $1.75                            $1.25
        $0.86        2018           $1.79                            $1.27
        $0.88        2019           $1.83                            $1.30
        $0.90        2020           $1.87                            $1.33
        $0.92        2021           $1.91                            $1.35
        $0.94        2022           $1.95                            $1.38
        $0.96        2023           $1.99                            $1.41
        $0.98        2024           $2.03                            $1.44
        $0.63      PV (1 yr)        $1.31                            $0.93
        $1.23      PV (2 yr)        $2.56                            $1.82
        $1.81      PV (3 yr)        $3.77                            $2.67
        $2.36      PV (4 yr)        $4.90                            $3.48
        $2.87      PV (5 yr)        $5.97                            $4.24
        $3.36      PV (6 yr)        $6.98                            $4.95
        $3.81      PV (7 yr)        $7.93                            $5.63
        $4.24      PV (8 yr)        $8.82                            $6.26
        $4.65      PV (9 yr)        $9.67                            $6.86
        $5.03      PV (10 yr)       $10.47                           $7.43
        $5.40      PV (11 yr)       $11.22                           $7.96
        $5.74      PV (12 yr)       $11.93                           $8.47
        $6.06      PV (13 yr)       $12.60                           $8.95
        $6.36      PV (14 yr)       $13.23                           $9.39
        $6.65      PV (15 yr)       $13.83                           $9.82
        $6.92      PV (16 yr)       $14.40                          $10.22
        $7.18      PV (17 yr)       $14.93                          $10.60
        $7.42      PV (18 yr)       $15.43                          $10.96
        $7.65      PV (19 yr)       $15.91                          $11.29
        $7.87      PV (20 yr)       $16.36                          $11.61
lectric ($/kWh)
   SDG&E
            Medium Commercial   Large Commerical
                     $0.12              $0.12
                     $0.12              $0.12
                     $0.13              $0.13
                     $0.13              $0.13
                     $0.13              $0.13
                     $0.14              $0.14
                     $0.14              $0.14
                     $0.14              $0.14
                     $0.14              $0.14
                     $0.15              $0.15
                     $0.15              $0.15
                     $0.15              $0.15
                     $0.16              $0.16
                     $0.16              $0.16
                     $0.16              $0.16
                     $0.17              $0.17
                     $0.17              $0.17
                     $0.17              $0.17
                     $0.18              $0.18
                     $0.18              $0.18
                     $0.19              $0.19


                     $0.12              $0.12
                     $0.23              $0.23
                     $0.34              $0.34
                     $0.45              $0.45
                     $0.55              $0.55
                     $0.64              $0.64
                     $0.73              $0.73
                     $0.81              $0.81
                     $0.89              $0.89
                     $0.96              $0.96
                     $1.03              $1.03
                     $1.09              $1.09
                     $1.15              $1.15
                     $1.21              $1.21
                     $1.27              $1.27
                     $1.32              $1.32
                     $1.37              $1.37
                     $1.41              $1.41
                     $1.46              $1.46
                     $1.50              $1.50


ural Gas ($/therm)
SDG&E
        Medium Commercial   Large Commerical
                 $0.81              $0.63
                 $0.84              $0.65
                 $0.87              $0.68
                 $0.89              $0.69
                 $0.91              $0.70
                 $0.92              $0.72
                 $0.94              $0.73
                 $0.96              $0.74
                 $0.98              $0.76
                 $1.00              $0.78
                 $1.02              $0.79
                 $1.04              $0.81
                 $1.06              $0.83
                 $1.08              $0.84
                 $1.11              $0.86
                 $1.13              $0.88
                 $1.15              $0.90
                 $1.18              $0.92
                 $1.20              $0.94
                 $1.23              $0.96
                 $1.25              $0.98
                 $0.81              $0.63
                 $1.59              $1.23
                 $2.33              $1.81
                 $3.03              $2.36
                 $3.69              $2.87
                 $4.32              $3.36
                 $4.90              $3.81
                 $5.46              $4.24
                 $5.98              $4.65
                 $6.47              $5.03
                 $6.94              $5.40
                 $7.38              $5.74
                 $7.79              $6.06
                 $8.18              $6.36
                 $8.55              $6.65
                 $8.90              $6.92
                 $9.23              $7.18
                 $9.54              $7.42
                 $9.84              $7.65
                $10.11              $7.87
South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas

South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center

SCE

Electric and Gas




                   TOTAL PROJECTED ANNUAL NET KWH PER YEAR



         MEASURE / ACTIVITY NAME
                                                                        PROJECTED
                                                                                            1st Year Net   2nd Year Net
Provide Measure Descriptions in Proposal Narrative
                                                        EUL            ANNUAL NET
                                                                       KWH SAVINGS            Savings        Savings
x   x
3rd Year Net   4th Year Net   5th Year Net   6th Year Net   7th Year Net   8th Year Net   9th Year Net
  Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings
10th Year Net   11th Year Net   12th Year Net   13th Year Net   14th Year Net   15th Year Net   16th Year Net
   Savings         Savings         Savings         Savings         Savings         Savings         Savings
17th Year Net   18th Year Net   19th Year Net   20th Year Net
   Savings         Savings         Savings         Savings
South Bay Cities Council of Governments with assistance and support from SCE and SoCalGas
South Bay Cities Energy Efficiency Center
SCE
Electric and Gas




                   TOTAL PROJECTED ANNUAL NET THERMS PER YEAR



         MEASURE / ACTIVITY NAME
                                                                         PROJECTED
                                                                                            1st Year Net   2nd Year Net
Provide Measure Descriptions in Proposal Narrative
                                                        EUL             ANNUAL NET
                                                                       THERM SAVINGS          Savings        Savings
x
3rd Year Net   4th Year Net   5th Year Net   6th Year Net   7th Year Net   8th Year Net   9th Year Net
  Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings        Savings
10th Year Net    11th Year   12th Year   13th Year   14th Year   15th Year   16th Year   17th Year
   Savings      Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings
 18th Year   19th Year   20th Year
Net Savings Net Savings Net Savings
Use this list to search for allowable budget items and determine under which bu
Budget Item
Labor - Curriculum Development
Labor - Customer Education and Training
Labor - Customer Equipment Testing and Diagnostics
Labor - Facilities Audits
Subcontanctor Labor - Facilities Audits
Subcontractor Labor - Curriculum Development
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Education and Training
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Equipment Testing and Diagnostics
Audit Applications and Forms
Direct Implementation Literature
Education Materials
Energy Measurement Tools
Installation Hardware
Subcontractor - Direct Implementation Literature
Subcontractor - Education Materials
Subcontractor - Energy Measurement Tools
Subcontractor - Installation Hardware
Subcontractor -Audit Applications and Forms
Labor - EM&V
Materials - EM&V
Subcontractor Labor - EM&V
Benefits - EM&V Labor
Overhead - EM&V
Payroll Tax - EM&V Labor
Pension - EM&V Labor
Subcontractor Benefits - EM&V Labor
Subcontractor Overhead - EM&V
Subcontractor Payroll Tax - EM&V Labor
Subcontractor Pension - EM&V Labor
Subcontractor Travel - EM&V
Travel - EM&V
Benefits - Administrative Labor
Benefits - Direct Implementation Labor
Benefits - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Labor - Human Resources
Labor - Staff Development and Training
Payroll Tax - Administrative Labor
Payroll Tax - Direct Implementation Labor
Payroll Tax - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Pension - Administrative Labor
Pension - Direct Implementation Labor
Pension - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Subcontractor Benefits - Administrative Labor
Subcontractor Benefits - Direct Implementation Labor
Subcontractor Benefits - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Subcontractor Labor - Human Resources
Subcontractor Labor - Staff Development and Training
Subcontractor Payroll Tax - Administrative Labor
Subcontractor Payroll Tax - Direct Implementation Labor
Subcontractor Payroll Tax - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Subcontractor Pension - Administrative Labor
Subcontractor Pension - Direct Implementation Labor
Subcontractor Pension - Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Labor
Labor - Customer Equipment Repair and Servicing
Labor - Measure Installation
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Equipment Repair and Servicing
Subcontractor Labor - Measure Installation
Labor - Clerical
Labor - Program Design
Labor - Program Development
Labor - Program Planning
Labor - Program/Project Management
Labor - Staff Management
Labor - Staff Supervision
Subcontractor Labor - Clerical
Subcontractor Labor - Program Design
Subcontractor Labor - Program Development
Subcontractor Labor - Program Planning
Subcontractor Labor - Program/Project Management
Subcontractor Labor - Staff Management
Subcontractor Labor - Staff Supervision
Advertisments / Media Promotions
Bill Inserts
Brochures
Door Hangers
Labor - Business Outreach
Labor - Customer Outreach
Labor - Customer Relations
Labor - Marketing
Print Advertisements
Radio Spots
Subcontractor - Bill Inserts
Subcontractor - Brochures
Subcontractor - Door Hangers
Subcontractor - Print Advertisements
Subcontractor - Radio Spots
Subcontractor - Television Spots
Subcontractor Labor - Business Outreach
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Outreach
Subcontractor Labor - Customer Relations
Subcontractor Labor - Marketing
Television Spots
Website Development
Equipment - Communications
Equipment - Computing
Equipment - Document Reproduction
Equipment - General Office
Equipment - Transportation
Facilities - Lease/Rent Payment
Labor - Accounts Payable
Labor - Accounts Receivable
Labor - Administrative
Labor - Automated Systems
Labor - Communications
Labor - Contract Reporting
Labor - Corporate Services
Labor - Facilities Maintenance
Labor - Information Technology
Labor - Materials Management
Labor - Procurement
Labor - Regulatory Reporting
Labor - Shop Services
Labor - Telecommunications
Labor - Transportation Services
Office Supplies
Postage
Subcontractor - Equipment - Communications
Subcontractor - Equipment - Computing
Subcontractor - Equipment - Document Reproduction
Subcontractor - Equipment - General Office
Subcontractor - Equipment - Transportation
Subcontractor - Facilities - Lease/Rent Payment
Subcontractor - Office Supplies
Subcontractor - Postage
Subcontractor Labor - Accounts Payable
Subcontractor Labor - Accounts Receivable
Subcontractor Labor - Administrative
Subcontractor Labor - Automated Systems
Subcontractor Labor - Communications
Subcontractor Labor - Contract Reporting
Subcontractor Labor - Corporate Services
Subcontractor Labor - Facilities Maintenance
Subcontractor Labor - Information Technology
Subcontractor Labor - Materials Management
Subcontractor Labor - Procurement
Subcontractor Labor - Regulatory Reporting
Subcontractor Labor - Shop Services
Subcontractor Labor - Telecommunications
Subcontractor Labor - Transportation Services
Labor - Field Verification
Labor - Rebate Processing
Labor - Site Inspections
Rebate Applications
Subcontractor - Rebate Applications
Subcontractor Labor - Field Verification
Subcontractor Labor - Rebate Processing
Subcontractor Labor - Site Inspections
Conference Fees
Labor - Conference Attendance
Subcontractor - Conference Fees
Subcontractor - Travel - Airfare
Subcontractor - Travel - Lodging
Subcontractor - Travel - Meals
Subcontractor - Travel - Mileage
Subcontractor - Travel - Parking
Subcontractor - Travel - Per Diem for Misc. Expenses
Subcontractor Labor - Conference Attendance
Travel - Airfare
Travel - Lodging
Travel - Meals
Travel - Mileage
Travel - Parking
Travel - Per Diem for Misc. Expenses
items and determine under which budget heading different costs should be allocated
        Budget Heading
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Activity - Direct Labor
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        Direct Implementation Hardware and Materials
        EM&V Labor and Materials
        EM&V Labor and Materials
        EM&V Labor and Materials
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        EM&V Overhead
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
        Human Resource Support and Development
Human Resource Support and Development
Human Resource Support and Development
Human Resource Support and Development
Human Resource Support and Development
Human Resource Support and Development
Installation and Service - Labor
Installation and Service - Labor
Installation and Service - Labor
Installation and Service - Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Managerial and Clerical Labor
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
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Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Marketing/Advertising/Outreach Costs
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Overhead (General and Administrative) - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Rebate Processing and Inspection - Labor and Materials
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
Travel and Conference Fees
costs should be allocated
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        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Direct Implementation
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Evaluation, Measurement and Verification
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
        Administrative Cost
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        Administrative Cost
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Direct Implementation
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