Following on the California Legislature’s 2018 extension of the successful Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) to January 1, 2016, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) issued a ruling last week seeking comment on how to allocate funds and prioritize SGIP projects in coming years. The SGIP Program provides subsidies for renewable energy projects and energy storage devices at residential and non-residential locations.
The Assigned Commissioner’s Ruling Seeking Comment on Implementation of Senate Bill 700 and Other Program Modification solicits input on specific questions on key aspects of the SGIP program design, including:
Opening comments are due May 30, and reply comments are due June 14. Page limits apply. Parties are encouraged to work together to file joint comments by technology sector, if possible.
Ellison Schneider Harris & Donlan attorneys can answer questions about the SGIP program, this program preview process, or related building decarbonization proceedings. Contact Lynn Haug or Jed Gibson.