Pursuant to Proposition 209, Peninsula Clean Energy does not give preferential treatment based on race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin. However, Peninsula Clean Energy encourages minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, small, and local businesses to respond to solicitations. Peninsula Clean Energy supports the CPUC’s efforts to create supplier diversity and encourages contractors who may qualify register with the CPUC Supplier Clearinghouse and the Department of General Services Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises.

Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Small/Diverse Businesses

Are you a minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, small, or local business interested in contracting with us? Additional resources are available to help you throughout the solicitation process at the Northern California Procurement Technical Assistance Center (Norcal PTAC). The Norcal PTAC can help with registrations, small business certifications, solicitation reviews, bid submittals, contract compliance, and anything else related to contracting. Their resources are 100% free and can be found at Interested businesses can sign up for free hands-on one-on-one counseling and can receive assistance on a wide range of topics from business certifications, interpreting solicitations, writing proposals, cybersecurity, and more. The Norcal PTAC also hosts training and networking opportunities like online workshops and webinars, you can see these events and learn more at