Frequently Asked Questions about California’s RPS Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program
Effective July 24, 2013, the AB 1969 Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program is closed. The program has been replaced by the SB 32 FIT program, featuring the renewable market adjusting tariff (ReMAT).
In compliance with Decision (D.)13-05-034, the three IOUs filed Tier 2 Advice Letters containing their revised standard ReMAT PPA and Tariffs on June 24, 2013. Those advice letters were reviewed and approved by Energy Division on July 24, 2013. Those advice letters can be found online:
Pursuant to the timeline outlined in Section 7.1 of D.13-05-034, the revised FIT tariffs, incorporating the ReMAT pricing mechanism, became effective on July 24, 2013. The IOUs will begin accepting project participation requests (PPRs) beginning on October 1, 2013, and the first bi-monthly ReMAT Program Period will begin on November 1, 2013.
For more information on the revised program, refer to D.12-05-035 which adopted the new pricing mechanism (the renewable market adjusting tariff, or ReMAT) and new rules for the revised FIT program.
For any questions about the renewable FIT program, please contact Megha Lakhchaura at, firstname.lastname@example.org