SoCalGas® can help you navigate the qualification and application process for this incentive. For more information, please contact [email protected].
Biomethane Interconnection Incentive Reservation
SoCalGas has been authorized to provide an incentive towards the cost of a biomethane or renewable natural gas (RNG) interconnection. This incentive is for 50% of the qualifying costs, up to $3 million; or, up to $5 million for a dairy cluster of at least three dairy digesters. Further information, including the definition of a qualifying cost, may be found in Tariff Rule 39.
Please note that this Advice Letter was filed jointly with the gas utilities in California (SoCalGas, SDG&E, PG&E and Southwest Gas); therefore, you will see references to other utilities; and, was authorized by the PUC in D19-12-009*.
Applications will be accepted starting February 3rd, 2020; however, the Detailed Engineering Study must be fully funded and executed before the CPUC will award a reservation.
When you have completed the application, email it to BioMethaneIncentiveReserva[email protected]. Upon receipt of your application, SoCalGas will verify that a Detailed Engineering Study has been fully executed and funded. Upon verification, your application will be delivered to the Energy Division of the California Public Utilities Commission and placed on the reservation queue.
If you need assistance, please contact your SoCalGas representative, or email your question to [email protected]