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2023 PCIA RFI
PG&E is conducting a Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) Request for Information (RFI) in accordance with the California Public Utility Commission's (CPUC) Decision 21-05-030. CPUC Decision D. 22-12-030 addressing PG&E's 2022 Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Plan approved the substance of PG&E's 2023 PCIA RFI proposal. The PCIA RFI is intended to seek interest in contract assignments, terminations, and modifications to reduce excess and/or uneconomic resources in PG&E's RPS portfolios.
PCIA-eligible RPS Contract Counterparties
For more information on how counterparties of PCIA-eligible RPS contracts can participate in PG&E's 2023 PCIA RFI, please see the Market Notice sent on September 11, 2023 linked below.
General Terms and Conditions governing this RFI are linked below:
PG&E will be contacting third-party buyers to respond with interest in any contract assignments proposed by PCIA-eligible RPS contract Counterparties. If you would like to be contacted with potential assignments, please email PCIARFI@pge.com, with copy to the Independent Evaluator, Lewis Hashimoto, at email@example.com.
If you encounter any digital or disability access issues, or you would like to provide PG&E with feedback or suggestions regarding such access, please e-mail our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. This mailbox is monitored during regular business hours (M-F; 8am-5pm). We will respond to your inquiry within 2 business days.
Wholesale electric power procurement
PG&E purchases wholesale electric energy and capacity from generators and suppliers.