Renewable Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) offer long-term wholesale electric energy contracts to eligible generators.
Senate Bill (SB) 32 amended Public Utilities Code Section 399.20. Amendments included increasing the statewide procurement target from 500 MW to 750 MW (to be implemented by both investor-owned utilities and public-owned utilities) and increasing the eligible project size from 1.5 MW to 3 MW. Per CPUC Decision (D.) 12-05-035 (PDF, 407 KB), PG&E has been 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, is available under the Electric - Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (E-ReMAT).
Per CPUC Decision (D.) 12-05-034 (PDF, 926 KB), the implementation schedule for E-ReMAT is as follows:
For further information, please visit our ReMAT FIT webpage.
SB 1122 was signed by the Governor on September 27, 2012. It amends Section 399.20 of the Public Utilities Code and adds an additional 250 MW of capacity for investor owned utilities (IOUs) to offer eligible bioenergy feed-in tariff PPAs. Per D. 14-12-081, PG&E has been allocated:
Projects must be 3 MW or smaller and commence operations after June 1, 2013 to be eligible.
For further information, please visit our BioMAT FIT webpage.
On February 14, 2008, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved Resolution E-4137 (PDF, 215 KB) pertaining to tariffs and standard contracts for both Public Water and Wastewater Facilities (E-PWF) and Small Renewable Generators (E-SRG). PG&E was allocated 209.206 MW for procurement, which was divided evenly between the E-SRG and E-PWF Electric Schedules (tariffs).
The CPUC has since adopted a revised feed-in tariff, based on modifications to Section 399.20 of the Public Utilities Code made by statutes subsequent to Assembly Bill 1969, including Senate Bill (SB) 32. The revised feed-in tariff is called the Electric - Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (E-ReMAT) and became effective on July 24, 2013. As of this date, E-PWF and E-SRG tariffs are no longer be available to new applicants.
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