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Under the guidance of the Regulatory Business Manager, manages the participation of Sempra Energy and its business units in various regulatory proceedings before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and the California Independent System Operator (CAISO).
Assigned cases may include a variety of issues such as compliance, safety, audit reviews, special programs and contracts, infrastructure project approvals, electric and fuel procurement, renewables, revenue requirements and cost recovery, rate design, incentive mechanisms, new services, customer programs, and the monitoring of key proceedings and developments that affect the Company’s performance, revenues, credibility and reputation.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Organizes corporate-wide case teams and either supports or directly manages their participation in regulatory proceedings before the CPUC, FERC and CAISO.
Assigned cases may include such issues as rate design, finance, procurement and resource planning, customer programs, safety and infrastructure, operations and interconnection, regulatory compliance and monitoring the proceedings of other utilities.
For each assigned regulatory case: oversees the development of the regulatory strategy and tactics to be pursued; establishes the case plan and schedule to be followed; directs the preparation of all case materials including applications, petitions, comments, discovery responses, motions, testimony and exhibits; informs necessary personnel of case progress and major issues or problems; ensures that all work proceeds on schedule and complies with the case team’s agreed upon objectives; builds coalitions and solicits support from other utilities and interested parties; analyzes and summarizes intervening parties’ positions and pleadings; negotiates any settlement agreements or stipulations; oversees any staff or outside audits to be conducted in the case; informs affected personnel of actions called for in agency decisions or rulings; working with the analysis and tariff groups, ensures that the necessary steps are taken to implement all regulatory requirements established as a result of the case.
- Maintains ongoing relations with parties that routinely intervene in regulatory cases.
- Performs other duties as assigned (no more than 5% of duties).