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California PUC Issues Notice of Availability Involving Pacific Gas & Electric

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SACRAMENTO, California, Feb. 5 -- The California Public Utilities Commission issued the following notice of availability (Case No. 18-03-015):

Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company to Recover Costs Recorded in the Catastrophic Event Memorandum Account Pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 454.9 and Forecasted Pursuant to Resolution ESRB-4. (U39E.)


I have electronically served all persons on the attached official service list who have provided an e-mail address for Application 18-03-015.

Upon confirmation of this document's acceptance for filing, I will cause a Notice of Availability of the document to be served by U.S. mail on all parties listed in the "Party" category of the official service list for whom no e-mail address is provided.

The official service list I use is current as of today's date. Dated February 5, 2019, at San Francisco, California.


Marilou Hipolito


Persons should notify the Process Office, Public Utilities Commission, 505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 2000, San Francisco, CA 94102, of any change of address to ensure that they continue to receive documents. You must indicate the proceeding number on the service list on which your name appears.

The Commission's policy is to schedule hearings (meetings, workshops, etc.) in locations that are accessible to people with disabilities. To verify that a particular location is accessible, call: Calendar Clerk (415) 703-1203.

If specialized accommodations for the disabled are needed, e.g., sign language interpreters, those making the arrangements must call the Public Advisor at (415) 703-2074 or TDD# (415) 703-2032 five working days in advance of the event.

The complete text of the notice may be found here: (


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John Benson on February 7, 2019

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