Supplier Diversity Program
Clean Energy Alliance works with a variety of service vendors and partners to accomplish our clean energy goals. CEA has adopted an Inclusive and Sustainable Workforce Policy and reports on Supplier Diversity to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) annually. We encourage all vendors interested in working with CEA to get certified through the CPUC Supplier Diversity program. Visit our Supplier Diversity page to learn more.
Pursuant to Prop 209, CEA does not give preferential treatment based on race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin.
RFQ Interest List
If prospective vendors would like to be notified when Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) posts new Requests for Quotes (RFQ), please subscribe to our interest list.
Please be sure to provide your service category on the form e.g. Energy Supply, Resource Adequacy, Technical Consultant, Renewable Energy Development, Energy Efficiency Programs, Distributed Energy Programs, Other.
Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) encourages interested parties to submit proposals for programs and projects that contain novel, innovative or otherwise meritorious concepts, approaches or methods. Please review the Clean Energy Alliance Unsolicited Proposals Policy for criteria and procedures related to submitting an unsolicited proposal.