Welcome to the Rule 21 Export Online Application Web Portal for electric generators. This option to submit your application electronically is an intermediate solution as PG&E's Electric Generation Interconnection (EGI) Department works to transition to a 100% web-based application.
On the next page you will find the Rule 21 Export Application (Form 79-1145) for generation that will sell under a PURPA Power Purchase Agreement.
Submitting your Application through the online form requires you do so in one session.
The final step certifies that the application was prepared by the individual completing the online form, and that all of the content entered is true and correct.
PG&E strongly recommends preparing all information and materials before starting the online application. If the Interconnection Request is missing information or documents required to begin the generator interconnection process, PG&E will accept the application, but will deem it incomplete. PG&E will provide a written list of deficiencies to the designated representative provided in your request. Failure to submit subsequent information pursuant to Rule 21 will result in the withdrawal of the Interconnection Request.
Questions concerning PG&E's Online Application process can be directed to the Electric Generation Interconnection Department at email@example.com.
Form 79-1145, Automated Document, Preliminary Statement A
The following information will be submitted via an online application process at PG&E's website
Note: Due to the nature of the online submission, certain information on the online application form may be required.
Failure to include all four documents listed under 'Upload documents' above will result in your application being deemed Incomplete by PG&E. An Incomplete application must have any deficiencies resolved within ten days of submittal.
Please attach the documents shown if available or consider delaying the submittal until these documents are ready. You can proceed with an Incomplete application by clicking SUBMIT FORM, but we recommend that you not do so.