Sources: Storage Project Firms Able to Game California’s SGIP Program

By [email protected] On occasion, we’ve referred to California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program, an $83 million per year renewables incentive, as poorly structured.

Today we’re adding “poorly administered” to our list of descriptors.

Cutting to the chase — according to numerous sources, a single company, Stem, was able to secure the first 56 applications in a recent solicitation. According to another reliable source, based on SGIP data, Stem was able to monopolize the online submission process for the first 2 or 3 minutes of the live opening. These sources have suggested that, somehow, Stem might be gaining an advantage in the submission process.

Source: GTM Research

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