In California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Decision 19-09-006 dated September 12, 2019, PG&E received approval to create a program for low-to-moderate income families to receive financial incentives for electric vehicle home charging technology equipment and some of the installation costs at eligible customer single family homes. This program is called Empower EV.
The purpose of this RFP is for the services of an Implementer to assemble an Implementation Team to administer PG&E’s Empower EV. The Implementation Team must include a Community Based Organization (CBO) and an Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) provider.
PowerAdvocate (see COA document for instructions)
Additional Questions Contact:
Sourcing PG&E Bid Event Coordinator.