Turlock Irrigation District Issues Renewable Energy RFP

Turlock Irrigation District (TID) issued a request for proposals (RFP) to secure an increased portion of its electric energy requirements from qualified eligible renewable energy resources pursuant to California law and TID policy.

TID will consider a traditional, pay-as-delivered electric energy purchase agreement, or a “hybrid” electricity purchase agreement involving prepayment for electric energy. TID will also consider proposals for the sale of Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) produced by eligible renewable energy resources. The RFP will be of greatest interest to those parties who currently have rights in, own, or propose to develop, an eligible renewable energy resource, or who own REC rights with respect to such a resource. Eligible renewable energy resources include: bio-mass, digester gas, fuel cells, geothermal, hydroelectric, landfill gas, municipal solid waste, ocean thermal, ocean wave, solar photo-voltaic, solar thermal, tidal current and wind power. In addition to these sources of energy, TID will also consider proposals for the sale of Renewable Energy Credits, also known as “green tags,” without the associated energy. TID must receive all proposals with the appropriate attachments by e-mail no later than 3:00 p.m. (PPT) on December 20, 2006. For full information, please use link below.
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