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Para mis información sobre esta audiencia piblica y cómo este cambio impactrá su factura, lame al 1-800-660-6789. E7 , 1-800-83-8655 NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUMS (PUBLIC PARTICIPATION HEARINGS): PG&E'S 2023 GENERAL RATE CASE APPLICATION A.21-06-021 HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE? Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and the Calformia Public Utlities Commission (CPUC) would ike to hear from you. You are invited to participate in a remote public forum, also called a Public Participation Hearing, about PGSES 2023 General Rate Case (GRC) application. A the hearing, you can make comments, raise concerns, ask questions, and speak with the CPUCS Administrative Law Judge overseeing this application WHERE AND WHEN WILL THESE PUBLIC FORUMS BE HELD? complance with the Governor's directive and the CPUC's ongoing etforts to protect customers and community members, the hearings will be held via remote participation. MARCH 2022 MEETING DETAILS March 1 March 10 March 22 2pm and 6 pm Webcast www.adminmonitor.com/ca/cpuc/ Phone number: 1-800-857-1917 Panscode: English 60327884 I Spanish-3799s27e The Public Forum can be viewed via intenet, or listened to via phone, with he intormation above. t you wish to make a public comment please participote by phone using the phone number above and pressing "1. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGRE'S request can help the CPUC make an informed decision "The March 10 hearing is open to all customers, however, it will be structured to indude a focus on feedtack trom San Joaquin Valley customers and communtes. Wten publc comments may also be provided at any time during the proceeding in the "Rblic Comments" tab of the Docket Card for A21-06-021, avalable at apps.cpuc.ca.gowlo/A2106021. Please note: Sparish tanguage interpreters wil be available at each hearing for those who need them If you need a dferent bnguage interpeter, contact the CPUCS Pblic Advisors Office using the contact information at the end of this notice at least fve business days before the hearing WHY AM I RECEVING THIS NOTICE? Every four years, PGSE is required to file a GRC application with the CPUC to propose rates that reflect the projected costs to sately provide service, maintain intrastructure, and make needed system improvements. Toaddress increasing energychalenges, PGAE s proposing to adopt innovetions and new technoiogies, and to make tarpeted investments to provide for a sale, reliable, and dean energy tuture for the 16 milon prople the utity serves across Northem and Central Calitomia Investments are being proposed across the electric detribution system incuding crtical widire mitgation, relability, and safety improvementsi, gas destribution. transmission. and storage systems (induding rekabity, satety, and seismic improvementa. and power generation assets (incuding reliablity and satety improvements at ratural gas, hydroelectric. solar generation, and Dablo Canyon Power Plant facitiesi This application albo addresses ongoing aperational and worktorce costs to ensure PGBE can continue providing safe and relable senvice and exceptional customer care. These costs include maintaining a dedicated and trained workdorce, insurance, and resources to support PGSE'S Castomer Care, Shared Services, and information Techrology orgarizations. Tapproved by the CPUC, PGAES eguest would result in a revenue increase of approsimately $3.56 bilion for 2023 and additonal increases of $930 milin (2024), S590 milion (2025), and $331 milon 20s HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY BILL? ELECTRIC RATES: Based on rates curently in effect, the bil for a typical non-CARE bunded residential customer using 500 kilowatt-hours per month would increase trom $138.86 to S164. 05, or 18.1% e GRC is approved as fled Direct Access (DA) and Community Cholce Aggregation (CCA) customers only receive electric transmission and distribution services from PG&E, and distribution rate charges for these customers would increase by 21.5% the application is approved as fled. DA providers and CCAS set their own rates, so customers are encouraged to check with your DA provider or CCA to see how this would impact your overal bil Departing Load customers do not receive electric generation, transmission, or distribution services from PGSE; however, hese customers are sta required to pay certain charges by law or CPUC decision. On average, hese customers would see a rate increase of 7.6% if the application is approved as fied. Achal impacts will vary depending on usage. GAS RATES: Based on rates cumently ineftect the gas bil for a typical residential non CARE customer averaging 3 thems per month of gas usage Achual impacts will vary depending on usage. HOW DOES THE REST OF THIS PROCESS WORK? This application has been assigned to a CPUC Administrative Law Judge who will consider proposals and evidence presented during the formal hearing process. The Administrative Law Judge will issue a proposed decision that may adopt PGSES application, modity . or deny Any CPUC Commissioner may sporsor an alemate decision with a diferent outcome. The proposed decision, and any alternate decisions, wil be dscussed and voted upon by the CPUC Commissioners ata public CPUC Voting Meeting Parties to the proceeding will review PGSE'S application, induding the Public Advocates Office, which is an independent consumer advocate within the CPUC that represents customers to obtain the lowest possibie rate tor senice consistent with reliable and sate service levels. For more information, please cal 1-415-703-1584, emal PublicAdvocatesoffice@cpuc.ca.gov, or vist PublicAdvocates.cpuc.ca.gov. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGSE'S request can help the OPUC make an intormed decision. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? CONTACT PGSE I you have questions about PGAE'S filing, please contact PGSE at 1-800-743-5000. For TTY, cal 1-800-652-4712 Tyou would ike an electronic copy of the fing and ethibis, plesse wite to the adress below. Pacfic Gas and Electric Company 2023 GRC Applcation A21-05-021) PO. Box 7442 San Francisco, CA 94120 More intormation, inctuding PSES application and supporting documents, s available at pge.com/gre. CONTACT CPUC For additonal information and any updates on the hearings, plesse visit opuc.ca.gov/pph. Tyou have questions about CPUC processes, you may cortact the CPUCS Peic Advisors Office at Phone: 1-800-840-8300 (tol free) or 1-415-703-2074 Mail: CPUC Public Advisor's Offce 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Emait Public.Advisor@cpuc.ca.gov Please reference PGSES 2023 General Rate Case A21-06-021) in any communications you have with the CPUC regarding this matter. Para mis información sobre esta audiencia piblica y cómo este cambio impactrá su factura, lame al 1-800-660-6789. E7 , 1-800-83-8655 NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUMS (PUBLIC PARTICIPATION HEARINGS): PG&E'S 2023 GENERAL RATE CASE APPLICATION A.21-06-021 HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE? Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and the Calformia Public Utlities Commission (CPUC) would ike to hear from you. You are invited to participate in a remote public forum, also called a Public Participation Hearing, about PGSES 2023 General Rate Case (GRC) application. A the hearing, you can make comments, raise concerns, ask questions, and speak with the CPUCS Administrative Law Judge overseeing this application WHERE AND WHEN WILL THESE PUBLIC FORUMS BE HELD? complance with the Governor's directive and the CPUC's ongoing etforts to protect customers and community members, the hearings will be held via remote participation. MARCH 2022 MEETING DETAILS March 1 March 10 March 22 2pm and 6 pm Webcast www.adminmonitor.com/ca/cpuc/ Phone number: 1-800-857-1917 Panscode: English 60327884 I Spanish-3799s27e The Public Forum can be viewed via intenet, or listened to via phone, with he intormation above. t you wish to make a public comment please participote by phone using the phone number above and pressing "1. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGRE'S request can help the CPUC make an informed decision "The March 10 hearing is open to all customers, however, it will be structured to indude a focus on feedtack trom San Joaquin Valley customers and communtes. Wten publc comments may also be provided at any time during the proceeding in the "Rblic Comments" tab of the Docket Card for A21-06-021, avalable at apps.cpuc.ca.gowlo/A2106021. Please note: Sparish tanguage interpreters wil be available at each hearing for those who need them If you need a dferent bnguage interpeter, contact the CPUCS Pblic Advisors Office using the contact information at the end of this notice at least fve business days before the hearing WHY AM I RECEVING THIS NOTICE? Every four years, PGSE is required to file a GRC application with the CPUC to propose rates that reflect the projected costs to sately provide service, maintain intrastructure, and make needed system improvements. Toaddress increasing energychalenges, PGAE s proposing to adopt innovetions and new technoiogies, and to make tarpeted investments to provide for a sale, reliable, and dean energy tuture for the 16 milon prople the utity serves across Northem and Central Calitomia Investments are being proposed across the electric detribution system incuding crtical widire mitgation, relability, and safety improvementsi, gas destribution. transmission. and storage systems (induding rekabity, satety, and seismic improvementa. and power generation assets (incuding reliablity and satety improvements at ratural gas, hydroelectric. solar generation, and Dablo Canyon Power Plant facitiesi This application albo addresses ongoing aperational and worktorce costs to ensure PGBE can continue providing safe and relable senvice and exceptional customer care. These costs include maintaining a dedicated and trained workdorce, insurance, and resources to support PGSE'S Castomer Care, Shared Services, and information Techrology orgarizations. Tapproved by the CPUC, PGAES eguest would result in a revenue increase of approsimately $3.56 bilion for 2023 and additonal increases of $930 milin (2024), S590 milion (2025), and $331 milon 20s HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY BILL? ELECTRIC RATES: Based on rates curently in effect, the bil for a typical non-CARE bunded residential customer using 500 kilowatt-hours per month would increase trom $138.86 to S164. 05, or 18.1% e GRC is approved as fled Direct Access (DA) and Community Cholce Aggregation (CCA) customers only receive electric transmission and distribution services from PG&E, and distribution rate charges for these customers would increase by 21.5% the application is approved as fled. DA providers and CCAS set their own rates, so customers are encouraged to check with your DA provider or CCA to see how this would impact your overal bil Departing Load customers do not receive electric generation, transmission, or distribution services from PGSE; however, hese customers are sta required to pay certain charges by law or CPUC decision. On average, hese customers would see a rate increase of 7.6% if the application is approved as fied. Achal impacts will vary depending on usage. GAS RATES: Based on rates cumently ineftect the gas bil for a typical residential non CARE customer averaging 3 thems per month of gas usage Achual impacts will vary depending on usage. HOW DOES THE REST OF THIS PROCESS WORK? This application has been assigned to a CPUC Administrative Law Judge who will consider proposals and evidence presented during the formal hearing process. The Administrative Law Judge will issue a proposed decision that may adopt PGSES application, modity . or deny Any CPUC Commissioner may sporsor an alemate decision with a diferent outcome. The proposed decision, and any alternate decisions, wil be dscussed and voted upon by the CPUC Commissioners ata public CPUC Voting Meeting Parties to the proceeding will review PGSE'S application, induding the Public Advocates Office, which is an independent consumer advocate within the CPUC that represents customers to obtain the lowest possibie rate tor senice consistent with reliable and sate service levels. For more information, please cal 1-415-703-1584, emal PublicAdvocatesoffice@cpuc.ca.gov, or vist PublicAdvocates.cpuc.ca.gov. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGSE'S request can help the OPUC make an intormed decision. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? CONTACT PGSE I you have questions about PGAE'S filing, please contact PGSE at 1-800-743-5000. For TTY, cal 1-800-652-4712 Tyou would ike an electronic copy of the fing and ethibis, plesse wite to the adress below. Pacfic Gas and Electric Company 2023 GRC Applcation A21-05-021) PO. Box 7442 San Francisco, CA 94120 More intormation, inctuding PSES application and supporting documents, s available at pge.com/gre. CONTACT CPUC For additonal information and any updates on the hearings, plesse visit opuc.ca.gov/pph. Tyou have questions about CPUC processes, you may cortact the CPUCS Peic Advisors Office at Phone: 1-800-840-8300 (tol free) or 1-415-703-2074 Mail: CPUC Public Advisor's Offce 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Emait Public.Advisor@cpuc.ca.gov Please reference PGSES 2023 General Rate Case A21-06-021) in any communications you have with the CPUC regarding this matter.

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