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Southern California Edison (SCE) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for all eligible renewable energy technologies, and is especially interested in generating facilities that can connect to existing or planned transmission lines.

Proposals are due June 27. SCE expects to submit completed contracts to the California Public Utilities Commission for approval by mid-2012.

SCE will host a proposal conference for interested parties on May 26.
For more information, visit sce.com.


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