SCE Opens Application Process for RAM 5

31 May 2014 Renewable Energy Outlook Blog

Southern California Edison (SCE) is now accepting applications for SCE’s Fifth Renewable Auction Mechanism Request for Offers, known as “RAM 5 RFO”.  The RAM 5 RFO is available to renewable electric energy generating facilities between 3 MW and 20 MW.  Additional Offer qualification criteria can be found in the RAM 5 RFO Participant Instructions located on the RAM 5 RFO website.

All prospective applicants must register on the RAM 5 RFO website as an “Offeror” and complete prequalification in the ‘Offer Management’ tab.  Only those who meet the prequalification criteria will be allowed to submit an Offer using the Offer Form.  Prequalified applicants must submit complete Offer(s) via the online Ram 5 RFO website no later than 12:00 p.m. (noon) Pacific Prevailing Time (PPT) on Friday June 27, 2014.

SCE will host an RFO Conference via Webex to discuss the RAM 5 RFO process on Thursday, June 5, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. PPT.   Interested parties may register for the RFO Conference by using the “Web Conference” link on the RAM 5 RFO website.

The RAM 5 RFO website, through which the above described information and further details on how to apply may be found, can be accessed by clicking on the link here.

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