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2022 Mid-Term Reliability Joint CCA RFP for Incremental Standalone Storage Projects

Sonoma Clean Power Authority (SCP), Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE), Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) and Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) issue this Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from qualified and experienced individuals or firms to develop incremental Standalone Storage projects to meet the Mid-Term Reliability procurement mandate (D.21-06-035) in addition to each respective CCA’s greenhouse gas emission reductions and reliability requirements.

This Joint RFP consists of the RFP protocols and three separate appendices. Among other things, the protocol (i) offers general information pertaining to this RFP, (ii) describes the purpose and drivers of this Joint RFP and provides high-level considerations for respondents, (iii) includes a schedule for this Joint RFP, (iv) sets forth terms governing the preparation and submission of proposals and RFP-related communications with the Joint CCAs, and (v) 4 provides a high-level overview of the process for evaluating and selecting proposals submitted in response to this Joint RFP.

The separate Appendices are as follows:

Respondents are responsible for familiarizing themselves with and being fully aware of the terms of this Joint RFP, including the terms of each Appendix.

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Community Needs Assessment for Program Development

Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) issues this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to solicit Statements of Qualifications (Submittals) from qualified entities (Consultants or Submitters) for SCP’s Community Needs Assessment(s) for Program Development. SCP’s Community Needs Assessment(s) for Program Development will help inform the development of future offers and incentives for SCP customers to make the switch to clean electricity more affordable. Selected consultants will help SCP to understand the barriers preventing community members from participating in SCP programs, and learn about their specific needs, wishes and concerns in one (or more) program category:

  • Transportation and mobility needs,
  • Residential energy use,
  • Residential resiliency needs,
  • Commercial building energy use and resiliency needs, and
  • Agricultural energy use.

Minority-owned, women-owned and locally headquartered businesses are encouraged to respond to this RFQ.

Community-based organizations who may be interested in partnering on outreach and events, but who do not wish to respond to the full RFQ, can be added to a list of potential partners by emailing SCP at:

Q&A Community Needs Assessment for Program Development

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Geothermal Opportunity Zone

Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) issued this Request for Information (RFI) to select entities to enter a public-private partnership. The purpose of this partnership will be to accelerate development of incremental geothermal resources in a Geothermal Opportunity Zone (GeoZone) spanning Sonoma and Mendocino counties. SCP ultimately seeks to enable 500 MW of incremental local geothermal development while maintaining existing regional geothermal capacity.

Questions & Answers for RFI here.

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