Find out more about these items related to the Qualifying Facility and Combined Heat and Power Procuremtns Program (QF/CHP) Settlement Agreement:
As part of the Settlement Agreement, you may sign:
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Yes, sellers who sign a new PPA are required to sign a new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) jurisdictional interconnection agreement. The only exceptions are when the seller signs a PURPA QF PPA or an AB 1613 CHP PPA. In either of those two cases, the seller must sign a new California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) jurisdictional interconnection agreement.
If you have a QF with an extended PPA, your options include:
PLEASE NOTE: To ensure uninterrupted deliveries, a new PPA must be executed before the extension expires. For a smooth transition between PPAs, please execute your new PPA well before the deadline.
No, you may continue to operate under your existing PPA.
The formula doesn’t affect the calculation of energy payments provided under the terms of a PPA or PPA amendment between a particular seller and PG&E. An example of such a PPA amendment is the one approved by D.06-07-032.
Yes, the Settlement Agreement is effective as of November 23, 2011.