SFPUC Seeking Local Renewable Energy Supplies for CleanPowerSF

San Francisco, CA – The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is accepting bids for the CleanPowerSF program through its 2019 Local Renewable Energy Supplies RFO.

This Request for Offers for Renewable Energy seeks bids of energy (and Resource Adequacy capacity, if available) from new and existing Eligible Renewable Energy Resources (ERRs), as defined in California Public Resources Code Section 25741, located within the Northern California NP15 region. The SFPUC seeks bids for energy, environmental attributes, and capacity for the CleanPowerSF program that meet the following criteria:

  • New or existing ERRs;
  • Renewable resources must be located within California NP15 region, as defined by the CAISO, with a preference for resources located in the nine (9) Bay Area Counties;
  • Minimum annual energy delivery of 50,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) per year and a maximum of 600,000 MWh per year;
  • Initial delivery date ranging from January 2021 – December 2023;
  • Terms up to 25 years.

A pre-bid conference will be held on Monday, August 19, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.  Attendees may log in to the conference at the following URL:  webmeeting.att.com .  Meeting Number: 888-278-0296, Access Code: 875005.

More information regarding this contracting opportunity can be found here. Bidders are required to register an account on the SFBid website in order to download and view RFO documents, and to submit proposals.

All bids must be submitted through SFBid no later than 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 28, 2019.

About the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission:

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is a department of the City and County of San Francisco. It delivers drinking water to 2.7 million people in the San Francisco Bay Area, collects and treats wastewater for the City and County of San Francisco, and generates clean power for municipal buildings, residents, and businesses. The SFPUC’s mission is to provide customers with high quality, efficient and reliable water, power, and sewer services in a manner that values environmental and community interests and sustains the resources entrusted to our care. Learn more at www.sfwater.org.



Will Reisman



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