SB 14 seeks a one-third renewable standard for both investor-owned utilities and public power agencies. It would significantly curtail the power of the California Public Utilities Commission president and allow rate increases on those households with low energy use. In addition, SB 14 would appropriate $3.7 million of public goods charge money from ratepayers to be used to develop conservation plans in the Mojave Desert, with the aim of facilitating solar power development in the sunny region. The bill also would: -Spread the low-income rate assistance costs to all ratepayers. -Authorize the regulatory agency, not the CPUC president, to direct commission staff. -Transfer from the commission\u2019s president to commissioners, the authority to direct the agency\u2019s executive director, head attorney, and staff. -Require the CPUC to hold meetings once a month in Sacramento. -Prohibit the regulators from authorizing \u201cdynamic pricing.\u201d That pricing allows rates to reflect real-time use, where rates rise or fall with the level of usage across the state. The commission would be allowed in 2016 to permit utilities to implement real time pricing as long as it does not increase ratepayers\u2019 utility bills. -Ratepayers who consume up to 130 percent of the baseline would see their rates mirror inflationary increases reflected by the Consumer Price Index.