This site provides information on current energy prices and special programs offered to Independent Power Producers, including Qualifying Facilities. The Wholesale Electric Power Procurement page provides additional information on PG&E's competitive solicitation program and the Renewable Portfolio Standard ("RPS") eligible Renewable Feed-in Tariffs.
Latest News on the QF/CHP Program Settlement
The Qualifying Facilities and Combined Heat and Power Program Settlement (QF/CHP Settlement Agreement) was approved by the California Public Utilities Commission in December 2010 and became effective on November 23, 2011. Additional information on the CHP Program, including information on Seller options and deadlines, is located on the Qualifying Facilities and Combined Heat and Power Procurement Program.
Information regarding PG&E's competitive solicitation program, including PG&E's first CHP RFO, can be found under the Wholesale Electric Power Procurement. Additional information on the various settlement and regulatory documents can be located on the QF/CHP Settlement page.
Fixed Energy Price Amendment for Existing Renewable QFs Approved by the CPUC
On December 1, 2011, the CPUC approved PG&E's Fixed Energy Price Amendment ("FEPA") offer to renewable energy QFs with existing contracts.
Power Procurement Information Center
Registered power providers, including Qualifying Facilities, can use the interactive pages at the Power Procurement Information Center for posting:
- Unit Availability
- Unit Generation Schedules
- Unit Outages (Scheduled, voluntary, forced or PG&E caused)
Outage data collected by PG&E's Power Procurement Information Center will be forwarded by PG&E to the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) through the CAISO's "Scheduling and Logging for the ISO of California" (SLIC) reporting application.
The SLIC reporting application requires the use of NERC Standard Generator Availability Data System (GADS) cause codes to identify causes for generator curtailments and/or outages. Please view the NERC GADS codes (XLS, 18 KB) and enter the appropriate code in the outage comments field, along with any other comments related to the outage.
Other Useful Links
We encourage you to explore your options at the following pages:
PG&E's Qualifying Facilities and Combined Heat and Power Procurement Program
CHP Request for Offers
Prices for Qualifying Facilities
Qualifying Facilities and Combined Heat and Power Program Settlement
Procedures for Qualifying Facilities Converting to Merchant Status
Cogeneration and Small Power Production Annual Report
Who to Contact regarding QF Pricing or PPIC
Wholesale Electric Power Procurement
RPS Eligible Renewable Feed-In Tariff
Information on Distributed Retail Generation
We hope this enhances our service to our energy suppliers. We welcome your feedback on how we can make this site more useful to you. Thanks for visiting!