The California Technical Forum (Cal TF) has extended the deadline for submitting responses to its request for qualifications (RFQ). Cal TF is seeking to add new Technical Forum members to serve through 2020. The request for qualifications is available here; submissions are due via email no later than Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. PDT.
The RFQ Q&A is available here.
The California Technical Forum (Cal TF) is a collaborative of experts who use independent professional judgment and a transparent, technically robust process to review and issue technical information related to California’s integrated demand side management portfolio. The Cal TF was created in 2014 by a broad group of stakeholders and is funded by participating program administrators.
THE Cal TF PERFORMS ITS WORK THROUGH THE:
Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) consisting of statewide energy efficiency stakeholders who determine the Cal TF vision, mission, guiding principles and annual Work Plan. The PAC also reviews Cal TF progress towards goals.
Technical Forum (TF) of independent subject matter experts that peer review methodologies, data, assumptions, and values.
Cal TF staff who facilitate an open, transparent technical review process and maintain a website of Cal TF materials and TF recommendations.
The Cal TF PAC approves moving forward with the tasks described in the Business Plan each year. However, the PAC's approval does not constitute "endorsement" of the plan by individual members or organizations.