California Public Utilities Code Division 4.9 - Restructuring of Publicly Owned Electric Utilities in Connection With the Restructuring of the Electrical Services Industry

  • Section 9600.
    (a) It is the intent of the Legislature that California s local publicly owned electric utilities and electric corporations should commit control of their transmission...
  • Section 9601.
    (a) Except with respect to supply options of the nature specified in Section 218, with the exception of paragraph (3) of subdivision (b) of that...
  • Section 9602.
    (a) After a public hearing, the local regulatory body of each local publicly owned electric utility shall determine whether it will authorize direct transactions between...
  • Section 9603.
    (a) Not less than six months prior to the date of implementation of direct transactions, the regulatory body shall establish the nonbypassable generation-related severance fee...
  • Section 9604.
    For purposes of this division, the following definitions apply:(a) Direct transaction means a contract between one or more electric generators, marketers, or brokers, public or...
  • Section 9605.
    (a) Nothing in this division or Chapter 2.3 (commencing with Section 350) of Part 1 of Division 1 shall affect preexisting ratemaking authority of a...
  • Section 9606.
    All city-owned electric utilities shall report on the periodic bill the amount expected to be transferred from the utility to the general fund, and to...
  • Section 9607.
    (a) The intent of this section is to avoid cost-shifting to customers of an electrical corporation resulting from the transfer of distribution services from an...
  • Section 9608.
    Sections 454.1 and 9607 of this code and Section 56133 of the Government Code do not apply to an irrigation district with respect to an...
  • Section 9610.
    Commencing on January 1, 2001, and continuing through December 31, 2025, inclusive, all of the following shall apply:(a) An electrical corporation may not provide electric...
  • Section 9611.
    Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 56100) of Part 1 of Division 3 of the Government Code does not apply to electric service provided by the...
  • Section 9612.
    The Legislature finds and declares that the policies stated in Section 8101 to 8108, inclusive, would be furthered and that it would be in the...
  • Section 9614.
    (a) Beginning January 15, 2002, and at least once monthly thereafter, a local publicly owned electric utility shall notify each air pollution control district and...
  • Section 9615.
    Each local publicly owned electric utility, in procuring energy to serve the load of its retail end-use customers, shall first acquire all available energy efficiency...
  • Section 9620.
    (a) Each local publicly owned electric utility serving end-use customers, shall prudently plan for and procure resources that are adequate to meet its planning reserve...
  • Section 9621.
    (a) This section shall apply to a local publicly owned electric utility with an annual electrical demand exceeding 700 gigawatthours, as determined on a three-year...
  • Section 9622.
    (a) Integrated resource plans and plan updates adopted pursuant to Section 9621 shall be submitted to the Energy Commission.(b) The Energy Commission shall review the...

Last modified: September 9, 2016