Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger?s office this week declined to say whether the governor will or won?t respond to the Integrated Policy Update Report that the California Energy Commission delivered to him in November. The report is one of the commission?s major data-gathering and forecasting responsibilities and is statutorily required after a short hiatus during deregulation. The report is intended to guide the executive office and legislators in energy-related decision making. The commission?s 2003 report gathered dust on the governor?s shelf without attracting any official attention. Asked whether the governor?s lack of response sends a signal that he doesn?t care about the report, Schwarzenegger staff deflected the question, pointing to the governor?s support of solar measures and his recent endorsement of the Path 15 transmission project. Among its recommendations, the policy update spotlighted potential supply shortages in Southern California this summer and advocated implementing dynamic pricing tariffs.