This page contains information about current energy prices and special programs offered to independent power producers, including Qualifying Facilities (QFs).
The wholesale electric power procurement website offers additional information on the Competitive Solicitation Program and the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)-eligible Renewable Feed-in Tariffs. Visit Wholesale Electric Power Procurement PG&E.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved the QF/CHP Settlement Agreement in December 2010. The Agreement became effective on November 23, 2011. Additional information about the program, including information on seller options, is located on the QF/CHP Settlement Web page. Visit PG&E's Qualifying Facility and Combined Heat and Power Procurement Program.
On December 1, 2011, the CPUC approved the PG&E FEPA offer for renewable energy QFs with existing contracts.
Registered power providers, including QFs, can post using the interactive pages on the Power Procurement Information Center. Visit Power Procurement Login. The information includes:
Outage data collected on the Power Procurement Information Center is forwarded to the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) through CAISO's scheduling and logging for the ISO of California (SLIC) reporting application.
SLIC uses the National Energy Regulatory Commission (NERC) Standard Generator Availability Data System (GADS) cause codes to identify reasons for generator curtailments and/or outages. Get the NERC GADS codes and enter the correct code in the SLIC outage comments field with data related to the outage. Download NERC GADS codes (XLS, 18 KB).
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