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Para obtener mås información sobre como este cambio podria atectar su pago mensual, lame al 1-800-680-6789 - 1-800-83-9655 REVISED NOTICE OF PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY'S REQUEST TO INCREASE RATES FOR ITS 2023 GENERAL RATE CASE APPLICATION (A.21-06-021) ACRONYMS YOU NEED TO KNOW PG&E Pacific Gas and Electric Company CPUC: Calfornia Public Uties Commission WHY AM I RECEIVING THIS NOTICE? On February 25. 2022, PGSE provided supplemental testimony in its 2023 General Rate Case (GRC) proposing actions to reduce wildfire risk in 2022 and beyond. The proposals in this application aim to provide safe and reliable energy amid a changing dimate and evolving wildtire threat This filing replaces the original filing amounts and is not incremental. In this fling. the revenue requirement for the 2023 test year was reduced compared to the original fing from $15.46 bilion to $15.34 bilion. PGSE provided its original testimony on June 30, 2021. in accordance with CPUC direction, PGSE provided supplemental testimony on its proposal to underground 10,000 miles of electic distribution powerines in High Fire Threat Districts, which reduces the igntion risk to nearly zero for overhead electric distribution powerlines that have been placed underground. PGSE also proposes a new Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings program with edectrical equipment settings re-engineered, so that if an object comes into contact with an edectric distribution powerine, power is automatically shut off to minimize any risk of ignition. The supplemental testimony also refects cost reductions of $1 bilion in Vegetation Management compared to PGSES original testimony as well as operational changes to PG&E'S Vegetation Management programs. The supplemental testimony also includes ongoing costs supporting Electric Distribution, Gas Operations, Electric Generation, Customer Care, Shared Services and information Technology, as well as employee and insurance costs. approved by the CPUC, PGAES request would result in a revenue increase of $3.125 bilion for 2023 and additional increases of $1.018 bilion in 2024, S755 million in 2025 and $561 million in 2026. WHY IS PGSE REQUESTING THIS RATE CHANGE? Customers pay for gas and electric service through rates set by state regulators after extensive review and with ful public input. Every four years, PGSE is required to file a GAC application with the CPUC. The CPUC determines the amount of money PGSE is alowed to collect through the GRC. That amount is incorporated into customer rates and used for operating and upgrading the electric distribution, electric generation, and gas distibution, transmission and storage systems. approved, PGSE wil recover these costs through electric and gas rates starting January 1, 2023, through 2026. HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY ELECTRIC RATES? Many customers receive bundied electric senvice trom POSE, meaning they receive electric generation, transmission and distribution services. Based on rates curenty in etfect, the bill for a typical residential customer using 500 KWh per month would increase from $151.53 to $175.17, or 15.6%. Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers only recelve electric transmission and distribution services from PG&E. PGSE ransmission and distribution charges for these customers would increase by 18.0% this application is approved. DA providers and CCAS set heir own rates. Check with your DA provider or CCA to leam how this would impact your overal bil. Anofher category of nonbunded customers is Departing Load. These customers do not recelve electric generation, ransmission or distribution services from PGSE. However, these customers are required to pay certain charges by law or CPUC decision. On average, these customers would see an increase of 5.9%. Detsiled rate impacts are being sent directly to customers in March and April 2022 Actual impacts will vary depending on usage HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY GAS RATES? Bunded gas customers receive transmission, distribution, and procurement services from PG&E Based on rates currentty in effect, the bill for a typical residential customer averaging 33 therms per month would increase trom S85.17 to $72.94, or 11.9%. Detailed rate impacts are being sent directy to customers in March and April 2022 Actual impacts will vary depending on usage. HOW DOES THE REST OF THIS PROCESS WORK? This application was assigned to a CPUC Administrative Law Judge who wil consider proposals and evidence presented during the formal hearing process. The Administrative Law Judge wil issue a proposed decision that may adopt PGSE'S application, modify it or deny it. Any CPUC Commissioner may sponsor an alternate decision with a different outcome. The proposed decision, and any altemate decisions, will be discussed and voted upon by the CPUC Commissioners at a public OPUC Voting Meeting. Parties to the proceeding may review PGBE'S application, including the Public Advocates Office. The Public Advocates 0ffice is an independent conrsumer advocate within the CPUC that represents customers to cbtain the lowest possible rate for service consistent with reliable and safe service levets. For more information about the Public Advocates Office, please call 1-415-703-1584, emait: Publicadvocatesoffice@cpuc.ca.gov or visit PublicAdvocates.cpuc.ca.gov. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? CONTACT PGSE H you have questions about PGAE's filing please contact PGSE at 1-800-743-5000. For TTY, cal 1-800-652-4712. you would ike an electronic copy of the filing and exhibits, please write to the address below. Pacific Gas and Electric Company 2023 General Rate Case Application (A.21-06-021) PO. Box 7442 San Francisco, CA 94120 CONTACT CPUC Pease visit apps.cpuc.ca.gow/e/A2106021 to submit a comment about this proceeding on the CPUC Docket Card. Here you can ako view documents and other public comments related to this proceding. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGSES request can help the CPUC make an informed decision. " you have questions about CPUC processes, you may contact the CPUC'S Public Advisor's Office at Email: Public Advisor@cpuc.ca.gov Mail: CPUC Public Advisor's Office 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Cal 1-866-849-8390 (nol-tree) or 1-415-703-2074 Please reterence the 2023 General Rate Case Application (A.21-06-021) in any communications you have with the OPUC regarding this matter. Para obtener mås información sobre como este cambio podria atectar su pago mensual, lame al 1-800-680-6789 - 1-800-83-9655 REVISED NOTICE OF PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY'S REQUEST TO INCREASE RATES FOR ITS 2023 GENERAL RATE CASE APPLICATION (A.21-06-021) ACRONYMS YOU NEED TO KNOW PG&E Pacific Gas and Electric Company CPUC: Calfornia Public Uties Commission WHY AM I RECEIVING THIS NOTICE? On February 25. 2022, PGSE provided supplemental testimony in its 2023 General Rate Case (GRC) proposing actions to reduce wildfire risk in 2022 and beyond. The proposals in this application aim to provide safe and reliable energy amid a changing dimate and evolving wildtire threat This filing replaces the original filing amounts and is not incremental. In this fling. the revenue requirement for the 2023 test year was reduced compared to the original fing from $15.46 bilion to $15.34 bilion. PGSE provided its original testimony on June 30, 2021. in accordance with CPUC direction, PGSE provided supplemental testimony on its proposal to underground 10,000 miles of electic distribution powerines in High Fire Threat Districts, which reduces the igntion risk to nearly zero for overhead electric distribution powerlines that have been placed underground. PGSE also proposes a new Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings program with edectrical equipment settings re-engineered, so that if an object comes into contact with an edectric distribution powerine, power is automatically shut off to minimize any risk of ignition. The supplemental testimony also refects cost reductions of $1 bilion in Vegetation Management compared to PGSES original testimony as well as operational changes to PG&E'S Vegetation Management programs. The supplemental testimony also includes ongoing costs supporting Electric Distribution, Gas Operations, Electric Generation, Customer Care, Shared Services and information Technology, as well as employee and insurance costs. approved by the CPUC, PGAES request would result in a revenue increase of $3.125 bilion for 2023 and additional increases of $1.018 bilion in 2024, S755 million in 2025 and $561 million in 2026. WHY IS PGSE REQUESTING THIS RATE CHANGE? Customers pay for gas and electric service through rates set by state regulators after extensive review and with ful public input. Every four years, PGSE is required to file a GAC application with the CPUC. The CPUC determines the amount of money PGSE is alowed to collect through the GRC. That amount is incorporated into customer rates and used for operating and upgrading the electric distribution, electric generation, and gas distibution, transmission and storage systems. approved, PGSE wil recover these costs through electric and gas rates starting January 1, 2023, through 2026. HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY ELECTRIC RATES? Many customers receive bundied electric senvice trom POSE, meaning they receive electric generation, transmission and distribution services. Based on rates curenty in etfect, the bill for a typical residential customer using 500 KWh per month would increase from $151.53 to $175.17, or 15.6%. Direct Access (DA) and Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) customers only recelve electric transmission and distribution services from PG&E. PGSE ransmission and distribution charges for these customers would increase by 18.0% this application is approved. DA providers and CCAS set heir own rates. Check with your DA provider or CCA to leam how this would impact your overal bil. Anofher category of nonbunded customers is Departing Load. These customers do not recelve electric generation, ransmission or distribution services from PGSE. However, these customers are required to pay certain charges by law or CPUC decision. On average, these customers would see an increase of 5.9%. Detsiled rate impacts are being sent directly to customers in March and April 2022 Actual impacts will vary depending on usage HOW COULD THIS AFFECT MY MONTHLY GAS RATES? Bunded gas customers receive transmission, distribution, and procurement services from PG&E Based on rates currentty in effect, the bill for a typical residential customer averaging 33 therms per month would increase trom S85.17 to $72.94, or 11.9%. Detailed rate impacts are being sent directy to customers in March and April 2022 Actual impacts will vary depending on usage. HOW DOES THE REST OF THIS PROCESS WORK? This application was assigned to a CPUC Administrative Law Judge who wil consider proposals and evidence presented during the formal hearing process. The Administrative Law Judge wil issue a proposed decision that may adopt PGSE'S application, modify it or deny it. Any CPUC Commissioner may sponsor an alternate decision with a different outcome. The proposed decision, and any altemate decisions, will be discussed and voted upon by the CPUC Commissioners at a public OPUC Voting Meeting. Parties to the proceeding may review PGBE'S application, including the Public Advocates Office. The Public Advocates 0ffice is an independent conrsumer advocate within the CPUC that represents customers to cbtain the lowest possible rate for service consistent with reliable and safe service levets. For more information about the Public Advocates Office, please call 1-415-703-1584, emait: Publicadvocatesoffice@cpuc.ca.gov or visit PublicAdvocates.cpuc.ca.gov. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? CONTACT PGSE H you have questions about PGAE's filing please contact PGSE at 1-800-743-5000. For TTY, cal 1-800-652-4712. you would ike an electronic copy of the filing and exhibits, please write to the address below. Pacific Gas and Electric Company 2023 General Rate Case Application (A.21-06-021) PO. Box 7442 San Francisco, CA 94120 CONTACT CPUC Pease visit apps.cpuc.ca.gow/e/A2106021 to submit a comment about this proceeding on the CPUC Docket Card. Here you can ako view documents and other public comments related to this proceding. Your participation by providing your thoughts on PGSES request can help the CPUC make an informed decision. " you have questions about CPUC processes, you may contact the CPUC'S Public Advisor's Office at Email: Public Advisor@cpuc.ca.gov Mail: CPUC Public Advisor's Office 505 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Cal 1-866-849-8390 (nol-tree) or 1-415-703-2074 Please reterence the 2023 General Rate Case Application (A.21-06-021) in any communications you have with the OPUC regarding this matter.

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