EPIC Regulatory Materials
Learn more about the administrator application, CPUC decisions and the accomplishments SCE has achieved through its EPIC projects. Since the EPIC program’s inception, there have been three triennial EPIC cycles: EPIC I (2012 – 2014), EPIC II (2015 – 2017); EPIC III (2018 – 2020). Learn more about the cycles through the EPIC investment plans.
Learn even more about our EPIC projects through the EPIC database. The database allows for easy searching of key project information and includes an interactive map to locate projects in your community.
The California Energy Commission (CEC) administers 80% of the funding with the ability to invest in all approved EPIC activities. SCE, PG&E and SDG&E administer 20% of the funding in an amount proportional to their respective collections. They are limited to only technology demonstrations.
Research Administration Plan (RAP) Application
The CPUC ordered SCE, PG&E, SDG&E and the CEC, collectively known as Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) Administrators, to file annual reports concerning the status of their respective EPIC programs.
CPUC EPIC Decisions
In these decisions, the CPUC authorizes execution of EPIC investment plans and establishes programmatic requirements.
The project template describes the proposed project, its objectives, its technology and its path to commercialization, as well as its budgets and key stakeholders. Below is an example: