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California, Ontario to solicit proposals for renewable contracts, projects

This edition covers newsabout requests for proposals for the purchase or sale of power through April14. If you would like to have an RFP listed in this feature, please contact SNLEnergy with your information by sending an email to energynews@snl.com.

Update

DominionVirginia Power said April 7 it has received bids for the different phases of its planned12-MW offshore wind project with overall costs forecast in the $300 million to$380 million range. The anticipated costs are still above the company's initial$230 million benchmark, but lower than a previous bid.

DominionVirginia Power, a DominionResources Inc. subsidiary, is legally known as

Deadlines

TheSacramento Municipal UtilityDistrict is seeking solar energy from projects located within thestates of California, Arizona, New Mexico or Nevada under a request forproposals launched March 15. Proposals are due April 14.


is seeking approximately 37 MW of energy to meet itscustomers' demand during winter 2018 and calendar year 2019. Proposals are due5 p.m. on April 15.

Looking forward

TheCalifornia Public Utilities Commission unanimously ,Southern California EdisonCo. and San Diego Gas& Electric Co. to hold a solicitation no later than July 1,2016, for power from facilities that use biofuel from high hazard zones forwildfires and falling trees. The solicitation would be under the commission'spreviously approved renewable auction procurement mechanism for facilitiesunder 20 MW.

PG&E,SoCalEd and SDG&E are subsidiaries respectively of , and .


Ontariohas unveiled a planto add as much as 930 MW of wind, solar, hydroelectric and bioenergyelectricity to its grid through the second round of its Large RenewableProcurement, or LRP, process. The Independent Electricity System Operator, or IESO, willissue a request for qualifications by Aug. 1, following engagement withstakeholders, Bob Chiarelli, the province's energy minister, said April 5.


EntergyServices Inc. plans to seek up to 20 MW of renewable power onbehalf of Entergy New OrleansInc. under a request for proposals planned for later this year.Final RFP documents could be available as early as July with bids due inOctober, according to a March 22 release. Entergy Services and Entergy NewOrleans are subsidiaries of Entergy Corp.