Aggregator Managed Portfolio (AMP)
The Aggregator Managed Portfolio program is a non-tariff program that consists of bilateral contracts with aggregators to provide PG&E with price-responsive demand response. The program can be called at PG&E’s discretion. Each aggregator is responsible for designing and implementing its own demand response program, including customer acquisition, marketing, sales, retention, support, event notification and payments.
To participate, customers must enroll in the AMP program with an aggregator directly. This will authorize the aggregator to act on their behalf with respect to all aspects of AMP, including receipt of notification of an event, receipt of incentive payments and/or penalties.
To participate in the AMP program, customers must meet the following criteria:
- Have an interval meter.
- Be a bundled, direct access or partial standby customers on a commercial, industrial or agricultural rate schedule.
Customers on full standby rates or NEMS (solar) rate schedules are not eligible for AMP. Customers enrolled in other PG&E Demand Response programs, with the exception of the Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment (OBMC) Plan are also not eligible.
- Events are triggered during high-price periods, emergencies and tests.
- Events may occur during weekdays (excluding holidays) from May 1 to October 31 between 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
- PG&E may call a maximum of 50 event hours per year for the AMP program.
- Time of event notification varies with each aggregator.
Listed below are PG&E’s qualified aggregators for the AMP program:
|Alternative Energy Resources, Inc. c/o Comverge, Inc.||39899 Balentine Dr.|
Newark, CA 94560
|Constellation Energy||350 South Grand Avenue|
Los Angeles, CA 90071
|EnergyConnect||901 Campisi Way|
Campbell, CA 95008
|Energy Curtailment Specialists, Inc.||601 Van Ness Ave.|
San Francisco, CA 94102
|EnerNOC, Inc.||500 Howard Street,|
San Francisco, CA 94105
Customers who participate in AMP may also be eligible for participation in additional PG&E Demand Response programs. For details review the Dual Participation fact sheet (PDF, 501 KB).
Contact your PG&E Account Representative or call PG&E at