PG&E's Electric-Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (E-ReMAT) became effective on July 24, 2013. E-ReMAT was established by CPUC Decisions (D.) 12-05-035 (PDF, 1374 KB) and (D.) 13-05-034 (PDF, 927 KB) to implement Senate Bill (SB) 32, which increased the statewide procurement renewable target from 500 MW to 750 MW (applicable to both investor owned utilities and public owned utilities) and increased the eligible project size from 1.5 MW to 3 MW (AC). PG&E began accepting Program Participation Requests (PPRs) on October 2, 2013. The first ReMAT Program Period commenced on November 1, 2013. The E-ReMAT Program was suspended by the CPUC in December 2017 pursuant to a federal district court order. Following the suspension, the CPUC revised the program in CPUC Decision (D.) 20-10-005 (PDF, 2330 KB). The revised E-ReMAT Program became effective on January 22, 2021. PG&E resumed accepting PPRs on February 5, 2021.
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Per D. 12-05-035, PG&E was allocated 218.8 MW of the 750 MW total statewide goal. This capacity allocation, reduced by capacity contracted for under the E-PWF and E-SRG tariffs, was made available under the E-ReMAT Tariff. There are three Product Types: As-Available Peaking, As-Available Non-Peaking, and Baseload. The ReMAT pricing mechanism is described in Section H of the E-ReMAT Tariff.
To learn about eligibility requirements, pricing, terms and the application process, please refer to PG&E’s E-ReMAT Tariff and ReMAT Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).
To apply for the ReMAT program, you must register as an Applicant on PG&E’s ReMAT online platform (powered by Accion Group) and submit a PPR here: ReMAT Feed-in Tariff platform. Program materials, instruction guides and more are available to non-registered visitors of the site under the Program Documents tab.
For information on the interconnection process, please visit Wholesale Electric Generator Distribution Interconnection (EGI). Here you can find Fast Track and Independent/Cluster Study interconnection process overviews, FAQs, and a link to the EGI’s online application form. Interested applicants can apply to interconnect through the Wholesale Distribution Tariff (WDT) or Electric Rule 21. Please review the website to determine which is best suited to your project. You may also send an email to EGI at firstname.lastname@example.org for WDT or email@example.com for Electric Rule 21 questions.
For information or questions about PG&E's Renewable Feed-in-Tariffs email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive updates on PG&E’s ReMAT program, register on the ReMAT Feed-in Tariff platform.
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