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California Energy Commission
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Wednesday, June 13, 2001

1516 Ninth Street
Hearing Room A, First Floor
Sacramento, California
Starting at 10 a.m.
(Wheelchair Accessible)

ALSO SEE AGENDA ADDENDUM ADDED JUNE 7, 2001



THE COMMISSION WILL CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

  1. CONSENT CALENDAR. (Items on the consent calendar will be taken up and voted on as a group. A Commissioner may request that an item be discussed and moved to later on the agenda).

    • PASTORIA ENERGY FACILITY (99-AFC-7C). Consideration and possible approval of a petition for a Change of Ownership for the Pastoria Energy Facility from Enron North America to the Pastoria Energy Center, LLC, an affiliate of the Calpine Corporation

  2. POSTPONED TO JUNE 22, 2001, SPECIAL BUSINESS MEETING. LA JOLLA ENERGY DEVELOPMENT, INC., BALDWIN ENERGY FACILITY NO. 1. Consideration and possible adoption of the Committee’s Proposed Decision for the Baldwin Energy Facility No. 1 (Docket No. 01-EP-11), a 53 megawatt power plant proposed to be located within the Inglewood Oilfield in Los Angeles County. The Baldwin Energy Facility No. 1 applied for certification under the Energy Commission’s emergency siting program and the Governor’s Executive Orders D-26-01 and D-28-01. Contact: Tom Glaviano, (916) 651-8893. (30 minutes)

  3. OCOTILLO ENERGY PROJECT, PHASE I. Commission consideration of the Executive Director’s Data Adequacy Recommendation for the Ocotillo Energy Project, Phase I Application for Certification (Docket No. 01-AFC-8). Contact: Marc Pryor, (916) 653-0159. (15 minutes)

  4. OCOTILLO ENERGY PROJECT, PHASE I (Docket No. 01-AFC-8). Possible approval of a Committee Assignment for the Ocotillo Energy Project, Phase I Application for Certification. Contact: Marc Pryor, (916) 653-0159. (5 minutes)

  5. RESOURCES AGENCY. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 500-00-027 for $50,000 to establish and implement the California Climate Action Registry, a non-profit corporation, as established under Health and Safety Code Sections 42800-42843. (ERPA funded) Contact: Charles Mizutani, (916) 654-4636. (15 minutes)

  6. POSTPONED TO JUNE 27th BUSINESS MEETING! PERFORM 2001. Consideration and possible approval of Perform 2001 for use in complying with the 2001 (AB 970) Nonresidential and High-Rise Residential Building Energy Efficiency Standards effective June 12, 2001 and de-certification and decision of approval of PERFORM98 for use in complying with the Nonresidential Building Energy Efficiency Standards. Contact: Bruce Maeda, (916) 654-4077. (15 minutes)

  7. HEALTH AND WELFARE AGENCY DATA CENTER. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 200-01-001 for $126,000 to perform data processing services necessary to meet CALSTARS accounting system requirements. CALSTARS is the accounting system used by the Energy Commission. Contact: Mark Jones, (916) 654-4284. (15 minutes)

  8. STATE CONSUMER SERVICES AGENCY. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 500-00-026 for $50,000 to fund the fiscal and economic analysis of sustainable building features and practices. Contact: Martha Brook, (916) 654-4086. (15 minutes)

  9. LI YIN JI, CHINA FEDERATION OF INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS. Possible approval of a Memorandum of Understanding Number 500-00-025 with the China Federation of Industrial Economics, to promote the use of energy efficiency technologies and cogeneration systems in China’s commercial and industrial sectors.
    Contact: Brenda Sturdivant, (916) 654-4708. (15 minutes)

  10. ENERGY COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT WORKPLAN. Possible approval of an Energy Development Program Grant Award for $32,688 to the Southern California Tribal Chairmenís Association. Contact: Mary Ann Miller, (916) 654-4813. (15 minutes)

  11. A. D. LITTLE PROGRAM RESOURCES INC. Possible approval of Contract 500-98-013 Amendment 1, to extend the contract by one year to September 27, 2002.
    Contact: David Navarro, (916) 654-4618. (15 minutes)

  12. SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION. Possible approval of Contract 500-98-012 Amendment 1, to extend the contract one year to September 27, 2002. Contact: David Navarro, (916) 654-4618. (15 minutes)

  13. BAY AREA AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. Possible approval of Contract 500-97-015 Amendment 4, to extend the contract one year to June 30, 2002. Contact: Irene Salazar, (916) 657-4046. (15 minutes)

  14. SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. Possible approval of Contract 500-97-016 Amendment 3, to extend the contract one year to June 30, 2002. Contact: Irene Salazar, (916) 657-4046. (15 minutes)

  15. SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT. Possible approval of Contract 500-97-017 Amendment 4, to extend the contract one year to June 30, 2002. Contact: Irene Salazar, (916) 657-4046. (15 minutes)

  16. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 500-00-023 for $269,224 to co-fund experimental studies to develop ultra-low emissions combustion systems for power generation. Contact: David Hatfield, (916) 654-7119. (15 minutes)

  17. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 500-00-029 for $315,426 to help establish and administer a California Wind Energy Consortium. Contact: Dora Yen, (916) 653-4128. (15 minutes)

  18. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. Possible approval of Interagency Agreement 200-98-006 Amendment 1, for $360,000 to add additional funding and extend the term of the contract. This contract provides professional services to perform an independent audit of the Renewable Resource Trust Fund pursuant to Senate Bill 90, Chapter 905, Statutes of 1997, and must be provided to the Legislature no later than March 1, of each year for which the article is operative. Contact: Randy Roesser, (916) 654-5124. (15 minutes)

  19. ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE REPORT. Possible adoption of a report concerning the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of California’s electric generation facilities as required by SB 110 (now Chapter 581 of the Statutes of 1999). Contact: Mignon Marks, (916) 654-4001. (15 minutes)

  20. RENEWABLES INVESTMENT PLAN. Possible adoption of Investing in Renewable Electricity Generation in California, the renewables investment plan required by Senate Bill 1194 and Assembly Bill 995. Contact: Suzanne Korosec, (916) 654-4516. (15 minutes)

  21. RENEWABLES ENERGY PROGRAM CONSUMER EDUCATION SUBACCOUNT. Possible approval of five grants totaling $620,000 from the Renewable Resource Trust Fund. These projects provide consumer education and information on renewable energy, including emerging renewable technologies. Contact: Ann Peterson, (916) 653-4246. (15 minutes)

  22. ALTERNATIVE FUEL GRANTS. Possible approval of sixteen alternative fuel infrastructure grants, for $2,918,951, as a result of the February 2001 Program Opportunity Notice. Contact: Alan Argentine, (916) 654-4689. (15 minutes)

  23. LOW EMISSION SCHOOL BUS PROGRAM. Possible approval of a Resolution to authorize the Executive Director to execute agreements between the Energy Commission and various school districts that have been awarded funding under the Low Emission School Bus Program. Contact: Bernard Treanton, (916) 654-4512. (15 minutes)

  24. GEOTHERMAL PROGRAM. Possible approval of Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) grants totaling up to $2 million for geothermal projects resulting from the Geothermal Target Solicitation released January 2001. Contact: Elaine Sison-Lebrilla, (916) 653-0363. (15 minutes)

  25. Minutes
    Approval of Minutes from previous Energy Commission meetings.

  26. Energy Commission Committee and Oversight
    A discussion on Energy Commission Committee and Oversight matters may be held.

  27. Chief Counsel's Report

    The Energy Commission may adjourn to closed session with its legal counsel to determine whether facts and circumstances exist that warrant the initiation of litigation [Government Code section 11126(e)(3)] or whether facts and circumstances exist that constitute a significant exposure to litigation against the Energy Commission [Government Code section 11126(e)(2)].


  28. Executive Director's Report
    Closed session may be held on personnel matters.
    [Authority: Government Code, Section 11126(a).]


  29. Public Adviser's Report


  30. Public Comment
  31. People may speak up to five minutes on any matter concerning the Energy Commission.

    The Energy Commission may recess the meeting and continue it later for purposes of a general discussion of internal organization and policy. No action will be taken at such a continued session. The Energy Commission will announce whether it plans to continue the meeting in this manner and the time and location at the end of Item 30.

    If you require special accommodations, contact Robert Sifuentes at (916) 654-5004, five days prior to the meeting.

    News media inquiries should be directed to:
    Claudia Chandler, Assistant Director -- (916) 654-4989

    Questions about participation in the Business Meeting should be directed to:
    Roberta Mendonca, Public Adviser -- (916) 654-4489 or (800) 822-6228

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