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EventRFP 219618 – Evaluation for the Community-Based Organization Arrears Case Management Pilot Program
Date/TimeThursday, July 11, 2024 3:00 PM
LocationWork Location: Across PG&E, SCE, SCG, and SDG&E service territories
DocumentsCOA

Contract Opportunity Announcement (COA) Description:

 

Background:

 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (www.pge.com), a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation, is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric energy companies in the United States.  Based in San Francisco with more than 23,000 employees, the company is the primary natural gas and electric service provider for Northern and Central California.  The company’s 70,000-square-mile service area stretches from Eureka to the north to Bakersfield and from the Pacific Ocean in the west to the Sierra Nevada. PG&E delivers some of the nation’s cleanest energy to 16 million people.

 

The California Public Utilities Commission in Decision 24-02-046 approved the implementation and evaluation of the Community-Based Organization (CBO) Arrears Case Management Pilot Program (Pilot).  The purpose of the CBO Pilot is to reduce arrearages and level of residential energy service disconnections by PG&E, Southern California Edison Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southern California Gas Company, collectively the Investor-Owned Utilities (IOUs).  Each IOU will oversee its own CBO Pilot in their service territory and collaborate to maintain statewide consistency to the extent possible.  Evaluation of the CBO Pilot will be conducted on a statewide basis, and is expected to leverage an embedded evaluation framework to optimize learning and continuous program improvements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contract Opportunity Description:

 

On behalf of the IOUs, PG&E is conducting this solicitation to select a Bidder(s) to develop and implement the evaluation of the CBO Pilot to assess if the case management is effective.  Specifically to determine if the CBO Pilot has impact in reducing arrearages and level of disconnections, if its quantitative and qualitative benefits sufficiently outweigh costs to warrant expansion, and if scale expansion is warranted. The CBO Pilot evaluation tasks will include:

 

·        Develop evaluation plan and assess experimental design.

·        Devise quasi-experimental design for evaluation.

·        Determine metrics and set up data collection.

·        Document processes and recommend improvements.

·        Quantify impacts and conduct cost-benefit analysis.

 

Supply Chain Responsibility Considerations:

The selected Bidder will be encouraged to align with PG&E’s Supply Chain Responsibility policies and procedures. Bidder’s  will be asked to provide a detailed description of their internal, specific supply chain responsibility program and practices related to supplier diversity, environmental sustainability and ethical business conduct.

 

Conduct Requirements:         

PG&E requires its Supplier’s, their employees, subcontractors, and sub-suppliers, comply with the principles and standards in PG&E’s Supplier Code of Conduct when providing goods and services to PG&E. Please review its obligations at:

http://www.pgecorp.com/corp/about-us/compliance-ethics/program/third-party-code-conduct.page

 

 

How to Respond:

Bidder’s interested in participating in this COA must:

 

  • Register in the Wood Mackenzie/PowerAdvocate event, by
    July 11, 2024, at:

https://www.poweradvocate.com/pR.do?okey=219618&pubEvent=true

  • RFP response due date is July 12, 2024, by 3 PM PST.

 

For Additional Inquiries, you must be registered in the Wood Mackenzie/Power Advocate access (see registration link above) and submit your questions using the event messaging system.

 

 

 

 



EventSoCalGas Market Access Program Request for Proposal
Date/TimeTuesday, September 17, 2024 12:00 AM
LocationVirtual
DocumentsRFP Instructions

Please access attached document

SoCalGas Market Access Program Request for Proposal

Target to release – June 21, 2024 (Subject to Change)

Introduction

Southern California Gas Company (“SoCalGas”) administers a comprehensive Energy Efficiency (“EE”) program portfolio directed at a large, diverse customer base spread over a vast 24,000 square mile service territory throughout Central and Southern California. SoCalGas utilizes third-party EE program implementers to serve its residential and non-residential customers throughout SoCalGas’ service territory.

SoCalGas is issuing the following Market Access Program (MAP) Request for Proposal (“RFP”). This RFP is open to qualified Bidders to propose, design, and implement a new innovative resource-based Market Access Program (MAP) for Commercial and Residential customers in SoCal Gas’ service territory. 

Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of this Solicitation is to invite Bidders to develop a new and innovative resource-based Market Access Program (MAP) to increase energy efficiency (EE) in SoCalGas’ residential and commercial customer sectors. The MAP shall utilize population-level normalized metered energy consumption (pop-NMEC) rules and a pay-for-performance (PFP) concept to incentivize installers to find EE projects that deliver measurable natural gas savings.

Ariba Sourcing Platform

A qr code on a blue backgroundDescription automatically generatedSoCalGas will manage this event through SAP Ariba sourcing platform.  Interested bidders will need to register, complete and submit the contact form by June 26, 2024 by end of the day. This form can be found in this  

Linkor by scanning this QR code.

 

 

 

 

 

SoCalGas will send invitations in advance to the sourcing.  Invitations will come from the Ariba sourcing platform to the email address provided in the contact form.

You will need to create a username and password to participate in this event by following this link https://service.ariba.com and choosing the Supplier option.

Once the event has launched, SoCalGas will handle all communications through the Ariba sourcing platform.

 

SAP Ariba Support

  • Help Desk 1-866-218-2155 (24-hour support Monday – Friday).
  • Visit https://support.ariba.com/help  to select an SAP Ariba Help Center For Suppliers

 

SAP publishes pre-recorded webinars to assist suppliers in using their SAP Ariba Supplier account with topics such as Introduction to SAP Ariba Discovery, Participating in an RFI/RFP, etc.  Click here to access these recordings.

 

If you need further assistance with the contact form, please email StrategicSourcing@semprautilities.com