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The California Department of Water Resources is seeking renewable energy and capacity - including attributes used to qualify for California resource adequacy, and all associated environmental attributes, including renewable energy certificates - from renewable energy facilities through one or more power purchase agreements.

The delivery period must be a minimum of two years, with delivery commencing no earlier than 30 days after the contract date or no later than Jan. 1, 2015. Proposals must be based on facilities (or proposed share of facilities) with a capacity of at least 5 MW. CDWR prefers an annual volume of energy between 15,000 MWh and 180,000 MWh.

The deadline for proposals is Feb. 21.




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