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Mrs. Bill Chamberlain

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Chief Counsel

Phone: (916) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: b***@***.gov
Local Address:  California , United States
California Energy Commission
1516 Ninth Street Hearing Room B
Sacramento , California 95814
United States

Company Description: Created by the Legislature in 1974, the California Energy Commission is the state's primary energy policy and planning agency. The Energy Commission has five major...   more

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Bill Chamberlain, Chief ..., 21 June 2015 [cached]
Bill Chamberlain, Chief Counsel California Energy Commission 1516 Ninth Street, MS-32 Sacramento, CA 95814-4412 Phone 916/654-5000 Fax 916/653-3478
Energy Prospects - Issue 90, 11 Aug 2006 [cached]
WECC Board Chair William Chamberlain, chief counsel for the California Energy Commission, opened the meeting saying that it would be the "first of three critically important board meetings as WECC continues to prepare for and pursue its long-term ambition to be recognized as a regional entity under Section 215 of the Federal Power Act of the United States. Chamberlain said WECC is endeavoring to make the case that it is prepared to oversee reliability issues for the Western Interconnection, and that "the Western Interconnection will be in good hands under WECC's leadership."
Chamberlain added that NERC would be submitting its first ERO budget the week of Aug. 7, which would include WECC's proposed budget for its role as the Western Interconnection's reliability overseer. He also said and that WECC and NERC were very close to finalizing a delegation agreement (WECC submitted a draft delegation agreement to NERC Aug. 7, and plans to have a finalized version for the WECC board to approve at its October meeting).
In regard to the proposed 102 NERC reliability standards, Chamberlain stressed that FERC will likely not be able to approve all of them for mandatory implementation by the end of 2006.
"There are something between 25 to as many as 51 standards that are considered ready to go, and the rest will require more work either to make them clearer or more complete, such as including compliance metrics and levels of severity of violations," Chamberlain said. He added that FERC is considering approving standards with a sunset date, perhaps five years out, so they can be adjusted to technology improvements in the different North American regions. Approval of standards would likely be prioritized according to their importance to reliability, and those not yet ready for enforcement under Section 215 would remain identified as "Good Utility Practice," which would preserve their applicability by utilities, through their Open Access Tariffs.
Chamberlain remarked that he found agreement within WECC that the organization should move away from the idea that it, as a regional entity, would have a completely separate set of reliability standards from NERC, and instead should assist NERC in creating a set of comprehensive standards for North America. To that end, he recommended that WECC members should provide personnel to work in NERC's drafting teams.
"There's a sense that the priority now should be on helping NERC through the transition," he said.
Will it be renewables, gas, nukes? So we see a significant emergence of economics that translate to higher prices for our customers," he said at the meeting.
Environmental groups sue for full study on El Segundo power plant, 16 Mar 2005 [cached]
Energy Commission chief counsel William Chamberlain said Tuesday afternoon he had not yet seen the filing and thus could not comment on it.
Feburary 22, 2001 Chico Examiner, 22 Feb 2001 [cached]
But William Chamberlain , the attorney for the Energy Commission , advised the commission to hold the report until after the election in part because of the letter from Rosenfield and Snyder.We intended the report as a balanced presentation of facts , but because it might be interpreted as something else , I felt the commission ran a risk if it put_out anything at all , Chamberlain later told Shuit.The Commission then voted in a closed meeting to delay releasing the study until after the election.
Because it would have helped debunk claims by Proposition 9's opponents that the initiative would lead to higher electric rates , commented Shuit , release of the study would have aided the measure's sponsors , whose arguments were overwhelmed by the more than $ 40 million spent by the utility industry during the campaign..
In the media blitz leading up_to the election , Shuit continued , the utility companies contended that the initiative would result in higher rates.
Bill ..., 7 Mar 2007 [cached]
Bill ChamberlainCalifornia Energy Commission
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