Distributed Generation Deliverability Assessment Results Posted, Application Process Deadline
The California ISO is implementing the 2021 cycle of this process by working with utility distribution companies in assigning deliverability status to eligible distributed generation facilities in grid areas where the ISO distributed generation deliverability assessment indicated capacity is available to support deliverability status assignments pursuant to ISO Tariff Section 188.8.131.52. The ISO posted the distributed generation deliverability assessment results to its Interconnection study webpage at
Owners of distributed generation facilities interconnected or applying for interconnection to an investor-owned utility Participating Transmission Owner’s distribution system seeking an initial or increase in deliverability status must submit an application by 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) Friday, April 16, 2021. Facility owners should contact the appropriate investor-owned utility Participating Transmission Owner, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company, or San Diego Gas & Electric Company, to obtain the necessary application form and eligibility information.
Utility Distribution Company or Metered Subsystem Application Process
Owners of distributed generation facilities interconnected or applying for interconnection to a non-investor-owned utility Participating Transmission Owner’s utility distribution company or metered subsystem distribution system seeking an initial or increase in deliverability status should contact the appropriate entity listed below for information on eligibility and the application process. Although the ISO Tariff does not stipulate a deadline for submitting applications to these utility distribution companies and metered subsystems, owners must report all deliverability status assignments to the ISO no later than April 30, 2021, for inclusion in the ISO’s net qualifying capacity determination for 2021.