The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is soliciting offers for a three, five or ten year sale of renewable energy output from four of its existing small conduit hydroelectric power plants (combined nameplate capacity is 29 MW) all located in Southern California. The four plants have been in service prior to 2002; are certified Renewable Portfolio Standard by the California Energy Commission; and qualify as bundled renewable or Portfolio Content Category 1 (PCC 1) products.
If you have any questions concerning this RFO, email Jenny Li and responses will be posted here.
Exhibit 1 (Location Map)
Exhibit 2 (Historical 10-Year Metered Generation)
Exhibit 3 (HEP Profile and Generation Trend)
Exhibit 4 ( Draft Power Purchase and Sale Agreement)
Exhibit 5 (Offer Response Pages) (Excel Spreadsheet)
Questions and Answers Memo
Attachment A (Yorba Linda HEP 5-Year Hourly Generation Data) (Excel)
Attachment B (San Dimas HEP 5-Year Hourly Generation Data) (Excel)
Attachment C (Lake Mathews HEP 5-Year Hourly Generation Data) (Excel)
Attachment D (Foothill HEP 5-Year Hourly Generation Data) (Excel)
Net Qualifying Capacity (NQC) Updated Information
Metropolitan auctions surplus property to interested and qualified parties. Surplus property may include furniture, shop equipment, office equipment and a wide variety of other items. MWD employees are not permitted to participate.
Metropolitan solicits professional and consulting services through a Request for Proposal (RFP) and Request for Qualification (RFQ), via the web. You must register on the web site in order to download, receive amendments, and respond to solicitations. Proposals must be submitted to Metropolitan in hardcopy by posted deadline.Obtain a list of current RFP's Click HereProtest Procedures
This bid system allows all vendors easy online access to Bids, RFP’s, RFQ’s, Addendums and bid results. All interested vendors must register to access this information. If you need assistance when registering, please contact NETConnect. NETConnect provides all technical and customer support for this system and will be happy to assist you.
Metropolitan contracts for as much as $500 million annually in construction, goods and services.
Dependent on whether your business is bidding to provide goods or services, you will need to follow one of the following procurement methods.
This program promotes business and economic development by providing goods and professional services contracting opportunities to small, regional, and disabled veteran businesses.
Association with the district’s core functions to pump, treat, store and distribute water.