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EventSDG&E Energy Savings Assistance Program Pilot Plus/Pilot Deep Request for Proposal 2.0 - Releasing in November
Date/TimeSaturday, December 31, 2022 12:00 AM
LocationSan Diego Gas & Electric Company
DocumentsUpdated RFP Overview

Introduction - Updated 11/21/2022

As part of San Diego Gas & Electric Company’s (SDG&E) solicitation schedule, and to comply with Decision (D.) 21-06-015, SDG&E will be requesting proposals within its service territory for the Energy Savings Assistance (ESA) Pilot Plus/Pilot Deep (Pilot) segment. SDG&E will serve as the Program Administrator for the Pilot. The Request for Proposal (RFP) Solicitation will consist of a single-stage, followed by a two-step selection process,[1] beginning in November 2022.

The goal of the Pilot is to create deeper energy savings through greater investments per household by utilizing various measure packages. The expectation is that the investment will yield deeper energy savings through a comprehensive and innovative program approach. Pilot results will assist SDG&E to evaluate the potential for broader implementation. The Pilot Plus measure packages should yield between 5 – 15% energy savings, while the Pilot Deep packages should go beyond that and yield between 15 – 50% energy savings.

The attached RFP Overview provides details on how to participate

[1] D.21-06-015at 355 and Attachment 4, Section 1.

EventPG&E RFA# 136113 Residential Equity Energy Efficiency and Electrification Program Solicitation
Date/TimeTuesday, January 17, 2023 3:00 PM
LocationPG&E Service Territory

Opportunity Description:


PacificGas and Electric Company (PG&E) (, a subsidiary of PG&ECorporation, is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric energycompanies in the United States delivering some of the nation’s cleanest energyto 16 million people. With more than 23,000 employees, PG&E is the primarynatural gas and electric service provider for Northern and Central Californiaencompassing a 70,000-square-mile service area from Eureka to Bakersfield andfrom the Pacific Ocean to the Sierra Nevada. In February 2019 the CaliforniaPublic Utilities Commission (CPUC) adopted Version 1.0 of an Environmental andSocial Justice (ESJ) Action Plan to serve as a roadmap for implementing theirvision to “advance equity in ESJ programs and policies. On May 20, 2021, theCPUC approved D. 21-05-031 on the “Assessment of Energy Efficiency Potentialand Goals and Modification of Portfolio Approval and Oversight Process”. ThisDecision directs PG&E to segment its portfolios based on the primaryprogram purpose, into three sections: Resource Acquisition, Market Support, andEquity

Contract Opportunity Description: 

Asrequired in CPUC D. 18-01-004, PG&E is seeking abstracts from prospectiveThird-Party (3P) Implementers (Bidder(s)) to design and propose a new equityenergy savings program that will deliver the benefits of energy efficiency andbuilding electrification (Equity Program) to residential customers indisadvantaged communities and to customers in regions that have nothistorically received it. This Equity Program will be required to focus oneffective implementation activities and customer engagement, in contrast topast resource programs with a focus on claimable energy savings. This Requestfor Abstract (RFA) is the first stage of a two-stage Equity Programsolicitation. Selected Bidders from the RFA will be invited to participate in asubsequent Request For Proposal (RFP). PG&E selected RFP Bidder(s) will beinvited to negotiate a contract with PG&E to implement this new EquityProgram.

Supply Chain Responsibility Considerations: 

Theselected supplier is encouraged to align with PG&E’s Supply ChainResponsibility policies and procedures. The supplier will be asked to provide adetailed description of their internal, specific supply chain responsibilityprogram and practices related to supplier diversity, environmentalsustainability and ethical business conduct.

Conduct Requirements:

Theselected Bidder(s), as well as the Bidder subcontractors, must adhere to theprinciples and standards outlined in PG&E’s Supplier Code of Conduct asfollows: Supplier Code of Conduct (

Timeframe for this Solicitation:

TheRFA is tentatively scheduled to release in early November 14, 2022 with responses tentatively due January 17, 2023

How to Respond: Bidders interested inparticipating in this RFA must register in Wood Mackenzie (formerlyPowerAdvocate) at:

If Additional Questions, Contact: PaulaPaschal via Wood Mackenzie (formerly PowerAdvocate)

Event136517 Non-Residential Behavioral Request for Abstracts - Releasing in October
Date/TimeThursday, December 15, 2022 12:00 AM
LocationSan Diego Gas & Electric Company
DocumentsRFA Overview


As part of SDG&E’s solicitation schedule and to comply with D.18-01-004, SDG&E will be requesting abstracts for behavioral programs that will serve the Non-Residential market segment. This is the first stage of the solicitation process beginning on October 24th, 2022.

The purpose of this program is to increase customer awareness of their energy use and motivate them to take actions, which can include usage-based or equipment-based changes in behaviors, as well as increased participation in existing and future energy efficiency or demand response programs. 

This program seeks to leverage comparative energy use reports delivered to non-residential customers by U.S. Mail, email, web portal or any combination of the three channels to achieve greater customer awareness and energy savings. This program will also be leveraged to deliver energy efficiency and demand response program offers to the participating customers.

The attached RFA Overview provides details about how to participate

Event138469 Workforce Education and Training (WE&T)/Integrated Energy Education Training (IEET) Program Request for Proposals - Releasing in January
Date/TimeFriday, March 31, 2023 12:00 AM
LocationSan Diego Gas & Electric Company
DocumentsRFP Overview


As part of San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E)’s solicitation schedule, and to comply with D.18.01.004, SDG&E is requesting Proposals for the Workforce Education and Training (WE&T) /Integrated Energy Education Training (IEET) Program. This is a one-stage solicitation process that will begin in January 2023. This Program will serve the workforce/trade professionals, customers, and Organizations (i.e., community colleges, 4-year colleges, trade associations) in the SDG&E service territory. This program will be classified as a Market Support program with the primary objective of supporting the long-term success of the energy efficiency market by educating customers, training contractors, building government partnerships, or moving beneficial technologies towards greater cost effectiveness.  In support of the Decision definition of Market Support programs, WE&T IEET will focus its efforts on educating customers and training contractors.

The attached RFP Overview provides more details