LED Lighting Program Program Manual. Overview. 1. Eligibility

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "LED Lighting Program Program Manual. Overview. 1. Eligibility"

Transcription

1 LED Lighting Program Program Manual Overview The LED Lighting Program was developed by American Electric Power subsidiary (henceforth referred to as AEP ) Southwestern Electric Power Company (henceforth referred to as SWEPCO) to provide incentives for the installation of qualifying LED luminaries that reduce demand and save energy in non-residential facilities. Incentives are paid to the Project Sponsor (which may be either an energy service provider or a self-sponsoring customer) on the basis of deemed savings or verified demand and energy savings at eligible Commercial customers facilities. This program has been developed to comply with the Energy Efficiency Rule implementing Senate Bill 7. Participants in the LED Lighting Program must meet minimum eligibility criteria, comply with all program rules and procedures, submit documentation describing their projects, and enter into a Project Agreement with SWEPCO. This document summarizes eligibility requirements, incentives, the participation process, and other information needed to successfully take part in this program. 1. Eligibility 1.1 Project Sponsors Any entity that installs eligible LED measures at a facility with non-residential electricity distribution service provided by SWEPCO and has a maximum demand of more than 100 kw is eligible to participate in the LED Lighting Program as a Project Sponsor. Other Eligible Project Sponsors may include National or local energy service companies (ESCOs) Local contractors National or local companies that provide energy-related services or products (such as lighting or HVAC equipment) Retail electricity providers Individual customers that install measures in their own facilities. To ensure that the program s incentive budget is allocated to projects that are likely to meet with success, all Project Sponsors will be required to demonstrate a commitment to fulfilling program objectives and competency in completing the proposed project. Project Sponsors will be required to submit the following information as part of the application process: A description of the Project Sponsor firm, including relevant experience, areas of expertise, and references A work plan that covers the design, implementation, operation, and management of the project Proof of applicable insurance, licenses, and permits SWEPCO s LED Lighting Program is implemented by Geavista Group, Inc. as in independent contractor.

2 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 2 To ensure that incentives are available to multiple participants, Project Sponsor may be limited on the total amount of incentives received from the program incentive budget for a given year. An individual Project Sponsor can be a party to multiple applications as long as the total incentive from all such applications does not exceed the maximum limitation. 1.2 Host Customers Any Commercial SWEPCO distribution customer who owns or operates a site with a maximum peak demand of more than 50 kw may host a project developed by a qualified Project Sponsor or choose to sponsor the project independently. The host customer s responsibilities include the following: Committing to an energy efficiency project Entering into an agreement with the selected Project Sponsor (or SWEPCO for independently sponsored projects) Providing reasonable access to project facilities both before and after project completion 1.3 Service Providers One of the primary goals of SWEPCO s LED Lighting Program is to develop a network of service providers within SWEPCO s service area that can provide high quality LED products and installation services. To achieve this goal, the Program will provide training and sales tools to qualifying service providers. All service providers (lighting manufacturers, distributors, installers, and contractors) are encouraged to submit an application to join the Program to gain access to sales tools, deemed savings calculators, and other program benefits. A list of participating service providers will be made accessible to customers interested in pursuing information and quotes for LED products. The Program will enroll two types of service providers: Installation Contractors and Product Suppliers. Installation Contractors: Each project must be installed by a participating Installation Contractor unless the installation is conducted by the host customer s in-house staff. Installation service providers are authorized to install LED lighting for qualifying projects and will be listed as Installation Service Providers on the Program s list of qualifying service providers that is distributed to customers. Product Suppliers: Each Product Supplier applying to join the Program as a participating service provider must manufacturer, distribute, or sell an LED product that meets the Program s LED product eligibility requirements. If a Product Supplier has not previously received incentives for one of their LED products from a utility program in Texas or does not currently have any products listed with the DesignLights TM Consortium, then the Product Supplier may submit documentation for ONE (1) product to be reviewed by the Program to verify that it meets the necessary requirements to receive incentives. See section 1.5 of this Program Manual to view eligibility criteria and required documentation for LED products. In addition, each participating service provider must meet the following criteria: Proof of business in good standing via a state authorized Certificate of Good Standing. ( (this is not required for contractors operating as an independent contractor utilizing a personal social security number).

3 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 3 Proof of general liability insurance: o For installation service providers: $300,000 per occurrence (combined for property damage and bodily injury),$600,000 aggregate (total amount the policy will pay for property damage and bodily injury coverage); and $300,000 aggregate for products and completed operations For Product Suppliers: General liability coverage of $500,000 Proof of Workman s Compensation Requirements For service providers providing installation services (not required for Product Suppliers): o Proof of workman s compensation insurance as required by the State of Texas for General Contractors. o Service provider must hold an Electrical Contractor business license through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation or a license from the relevant municipal district related to the project site. o Service provider must follow the U.S. Department of Labor s Occupational Safety & Health Administration electrical standards and safety regulations as outlined at Projects A project is defined by the set of LED measures installed at an eligible SWEPCO distribution customer site and the estimated demand and energy savings included in a single application. All projects must meet the following requirements: Each project must include a total estimated summer demand reduction of at least 5 kw OR and estimated annual energy savings of at least 30,000 kwh. This limitation is included to ensure that projects contribute to the program goals to minimize administrative costs. If the customers and sites proposed are all similar, one project may involve the installation of measures at multiple customer sites. For example, installation of LED measures at a chain of grocery stores may include more than one customer, but may constitute a single project. This limitation is included to limit administrative costs for duediligence review of applications and projects. Eligible projects are limited to parking garages, parking lots, outdoor security lighting, and outdoor walkway lighting. All other outdoor lighting applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine if they are eligible to receive incentives. 1.5 LED Measures LED fixtures, luminaries, and products will be evaluated on a per project basis and must meet the criteria listed below that is derived from the ENERGY STAR Criteria for Solid State Luminaries or must be a product accepted by the DesignLights TM Consortium. Criteria for LED measures: 1. Color Maintenance: The change of chromaticity over the lifetime of the luminaries shall be within on the CIE 1976 diagram 2. Warranty: A warranty must be provided for products covering the repair or replacement of defective electrical parts for a minimum of 5 years from the date of purchase 3. Product manufacturer must adhere to device manufacturer guidelines, certification programs, and test procedures for thermal management

4 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 4 4. Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources (L 70 ): LED luminaries must deliver at least 70% of initial lumens, when installed in-situ, for a minimum of 50,000 hours 5. Power Supply: Must have an operating temperature range of -40 C to 50 C and cannot exceed the power supply manufacturer recommended case temperature of TMP when measured in-situ 6. Power supplies shall comply with IEEE C , Class A operation 7. Output Operating Frequency: 120 Hz 8. Luminaries Efficiency: Minimum of 50 lm/w; fixture must produce a minimum of 1,000 lumens 9. Luminaries must deliver a minimum of 85% of the total lumens within 0-90 zone and cannot emit any light above Manufacturer must be able to submit LM-79 and LM-80 testing documentation conducted by an independent laboratory 11. Luminaries must meet applicable Underwriters Laboratory safety specifications for Luminaries (UL 1598) Products will only be evaluated for approval when submitted in conjunction with a qualifying project application. SWEPCO will not review products that are not submitted as part of a qualifying project or Service Provider Application and will not publish a list of qualifying LED products. LED products that cannot provide sufficient documentation, test data, and other product information requested by SWEPCO and/or program contractors will not qualify to receive incentives from the LED Lighting Program. The following documents are required to review LED products: IESNA LM Photometric Test Report (formatted to LM-63-03) IESNA LM Integrating Sphere Output Report Documentation of Lumen Maintenance: o Option 1: Component Performance LED Package Manufacturer LM-80 Test Report with results showing relative light output over time In situ temperature measurement test (ISTMT) showing measured TMPLED Diagram or photograph of the Temperature Measurement Points for the package, array or module o Option 2: Luminaire Performance IESNA LM Test Report at time = 0 and 6,000 hours respectively For Power Supply: In situ temperature measurement test showing measured TMPPS and a diagram or photograph of the Temperature Measurement Point for the power source Warranty (a written or electronic copy of the complete terms and conditions) A written statement indicating the forward drive current (in milliamps, ma) applied to the LEDs in the luminaire, Product Part Number of the luminaire (including the version or generation if it is not specified in the part number), and a description and the part number of the LED chip(s) inside the luminaire.

5 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 5 The Program will not evaluate products that are not part of an active project or Service Provider Application and the Program will not publish a list of qualifying products. 2. Incentives Each year, throughout the course of the Program, SWEPCO will determine the total incentive funds available. The incentive prices and payments are summarized below. 2.1 July 2010 July 2011 Incentive Rates The LED Lighting Program provides standard incentive prices for demand and energy savings of $235.00/kW for peak demand reduction and $0.15/kWh for energy saved. Demand savings are the resulting demand reduction during the summer peak period (June 1 st through September 30 th, 1 PM to 7 PM, excluding Federal holidays). Energy savings are defined as energy savings over the course of one 12-month period. Savings will be "deemed" that is, stipulated through standardized savings values or formulas using approved savings calculations. 2.2 Incentive Limitations To ensure that incentives are available for multiple projects, the Project Sponsor may not reserve nor receive more than the defined project sponsor maximum in a given budget year. SWEPCO reserves the right to waive this limitation pursuant to PUC Substantive Rule (i)(3). 2.3 Payments SWEPCO will pay Project Sponsors one installment after the project has completed, passed a post-installation inspection, and been approved by SWEPCO. Incentives will be calculated using the formula, stipulated hours, and peak coincidence factors below. Payment = (deemed peak demand kw savings * $235.00) + (deemed annual kwh savings * $0.15) Area Type Stipulated Run Peak Coincidence Factor Hours (Annually) Parking lots & other outdoor 3,996 0 (not operational during peak hours) lighting Parking garage lighting 7,884 1 (operational 100% during peak hours) Under no circumstances will SWEPCO make a total incentive payment that is more than 100% of the total estimated incentive payment specified in the Project Application. If, however, the final project deemed savings indicate that the measured savings are less than the estimated savings, the total incentive payment may be less than the payment estimated in the application. 3. Project Assistance SWEPCO has contracted with Geavista Group, Inc. ( Program Implementer ) to perform implementation services for the LED Lighting Program. LED lighting is one of the newest and most energy-efficient lighting technologies. To assist customers with identifying areas for LED installations and evaluating LED products, the Program will provide the following services at no cost to eligible SWEPCO customers:

6 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 6 Assistance with identifying opportunities for LED lighting Assistance with calculating the estimated peak demand savings, annual energy savings, and potential project incentives Provide a customizable Request for Bid template that outlines the required LED product specifications A list of participating service providers to customers interested in LED lighting Assistance with evaluating bid submissions, calculating payback terms, and reviewing LED products to ensure that they meet the Program s specified criteria 4. Participation Process The LED Lighting Program is designed to assist customers and service providers with implementing LED lighting projects. A customer may enter the Program by either utilizing a participating service provider or contacting the Program Implementer ( PI ) for assistance with indentifying an LED project and/or service provider. The following steps outline the Program process: 1. SWEPCO has contracted with Geavista Group, Inc., the Program Implementer (PI) to assist customers identify areas for LED installations and evaluate LED products. In addition, Geavista Group (the PI) can provide the following: a. Assistance with calculating the estimated peak demand savings, annual energy savings, and potential incentives b. A customizable Request for Bid template that outlines the required LED product specifications c. Assistance evaluating bid submissions, calculating financial impacts, and reviewing LED products to verify they meet the Program s specified criteria. 2. Customer selects the LED product and determines who will serve as the Project Sponsor. 3. The PI, or a participating service provider if selected by the customer, will complete a Pre-Installation Inventory that provides information about the existing lighting and outlines the retrofit or new construction project. 4. The Project Sponsor completes the Project Application and submits the Project Application to the PI along with the all the required LED product documentation for review. 5. The PI reviews the application and product information and completes the application by adding the anticipated peak demand savings, energy savings, and incentives. 6. The PI sends the completed application to the Project Sponsor and the Project Sponsor signs the Project Agreement and submits it to the PI. 7. The PI conducts a pre-installation inspection and sends the Project Sponsor a Notice to Proceed with Installation. Note, if installation has begun prior to the pre-installation inspection, the fixtures that have already been retrofit will be deducted from the final savings calculations and the incentive amount will be reduced accordingly.

7 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 7 8. The project is installed by a participating installation service provider or customer s inhouse staff. The Project Sponsor and customer complete the Installation Report and Customer Acknowledgement Form and submit them to the PI. 9. The PI conducts a post-installation inspection to verify that all measures were installed and are operating properly. 10. The PI completes the Measurement and Verification Report and submits it to SWEPCO. SWEPCO processes the incentive check to the Project Sponsor. 4.1 Project Application Process Project Sponsors may begin the application process online at All forms relating to the project life cycle are contained in the Project Packet. The Project Packet shall contain the following information: Pre-Installation Inventory worksheet detailing all of the existing lighting and estimated kw and kwh savings. Project Application, which includes: o Identification of the Project Sponsor. o Identification of the host SWEPCO customer site(s) including the ESI ID number(s). o Description of the proposed set of energy-efficiency measures and associated incentives requested. Executed Project Agreement. Installation Report Customer Acknowledgment Form Applications will be reviewed by the Program Implementer on a first-come, first-served basis until all incentive funding has been committed. The Project Sponsor will complete the Pre- Installation Inventory and the Project Application and submit it to the PI. The PI will review the information and complete the application by filling in the estimated kw and kwh savings and the incentive amount. After review of the application, the Program Implementer will send the application to the Project Sponsor and the Project Sponsor will sign the Project Agreement and send it back to the PI (see section 4.2). After executing the Project Agreement, the PI will coordinate with the Project Sponsor to collect all the required test documentation about the LED product(s) to be used at the project site. After the project and LED product(s) are approved, the Program Implementer will contact the Project Sponsor to arrange for a pre-installation inspection of the site. 4.2 Project Agreement As part of the project application, the Project Sponsor shall execute a Project Agreement and the Program Implementer must receive this executed Agreement as part of the application packet. The terms of the contract will be standard for all Project Sponsors, and will include the measures to be installed, estimates of demand and energy savings, a maximum incentive payment associated with the project, and the approved M&V approach. All projects must complete within 4 months of application approval or the project is subject to cancellation and

8 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 8 incentive funds will be released back into the Program. If, at any time, there is a delay in the project installation, it is the responsibility of the Project Sponsor to notify the Program Implementer and request an extension. 4.3 Pre-Installation Inspection After receiving the application, the Program Implementer will conduct a pre-installation inspection of the project site or plans to verify the baseline conditions documented in the application and the feasibility of installing the proposed LED measures. The Program Implementer will contact the Project Sponsor and complete the inspection within thirty business days of the receipt of an approved application. The pre-installation inspection requires the presence of at least one representative of the Project Sponsor familiar with the project and the facility so that any discrepancies can be identified simultaneously by all parties. The inspection will verify the following information: The accuracy of the lighting inventory. For most projects the accuracy of the existing lighting quantity, type, and wattage information is verified. The requirement for acceptance is that the total fixture count and lighting wattage must be within 5% of the total submitted on the lighting inventory form. All existing lighting listed in the lighting inventory is still in place and operational. New equipment installation, or preparation for installation, has not begun. When electrical measurements are necessary, the representative(s) is required to perform any necessary disruptions in equipment operation, the opening of any electrical connection boxes, or the connection of current and power transducers. If the preinstallation inspection cannot be completed in a timely manner because the representative(s) is unfamiliar with the facility or project, the project site will fail the inspection. If a project site fails two inspections, SWEPCO, will either, reject the project, release the reserved incentive funds, or conduct additional inspections at the Project Sponsor s expense. If the proposed equipment has been installed before the pre-installation inspection and the baseline conditions cannot be verified, SWEPCO may reject the application and release the reserved incentive funds. 4.4 Measurement and Verification (M&V) Prior to the total incentive payment being issued, the potential for the project measures to save demand and energy must be verified and the actual savings estimated. These activities will utilize the deemed savings method approved by the Public Utility Commission of Texas or M&V may be conducted in accordance with the approved M&V plan developed for the project and submitted with the application. Project Sponsors are responsible for developing their own M&V plans conducting all M&V activities for the project if the project is not utilizing deemed savings. Project-specific M&V procedures may be classified according to two distinct approaches that represent increasing levels of detail and rigor. Deemed savings: Savings values are stipulated based on engineering calculations using typical equipment characteristics and operating schedules developed for particular

9 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page 9 applications, without on-site testing or metering. This approach can be used only for measures for which savings are relatively certain, such as lighting efficiency and controls. Simple M&V: Savings values are based on engineering calculations using typical equipment characteristics and operating schedules developed for particular applications, with some short-term testing or simple long-term metering. 4.5 Measurement and Verification Report After all M&V activities are complete, the Program Implementer will complete a Measurement and Verification Report, documenting the projects measured demand and energy savings. An approved Measurement and Verification Report will serve as the invoice for the incentive payment. This payment is based on the project s verified savings. The total incentive payment cannot exceed the incentive payment stated in the Project Agreement. A typical review cycle for the Measurement and Verification Reports is 30 business days. 5. Correspondence All applications and supporting documentation will be completed and submitted to the Program Implementer listed below. Geavista Group Attn: Amanda Townsend, SWEPCO LED Lighting Program 4925 Greenville Ave., Suite 450 Dallas, TX Phone: (214) Confidentiality The LED Lighting Program is subject to oversight by the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT), which may request a copy of any program materials received by SWEPCO and/or Geavista Group. Sensitive company and project information, such as financial statements, should be identified as confidential when submitted to the Program. These materials will be treated confidentially, and will not be provided directly to outside parties other than the PUCT and Geavista Group. SWEPCO will have no liability to any Project Sponsor or other party as a result of public disclosure of any submittals. 7. Participation Costs SWEPCO will not reimburse any Project Sponsor for any costs incurred by participating in the LED Lighting Program, including costs of preparing the application or reviewing the Project Agreement.

10 SWEPCO LED Lighting Program Manual Page Submission of False Information SWEPCO reserves the right to discontinue its evaluation of all submittals from any Project Sponsor who, in the sole judgment of SWEPCO, submits false, misleading, or incorrect information. 9. Web Site The LED Lighting Program Web site at will serve as the primary source for all updated program information and materials. The Web site will include the following: Information that describes the program design and requirements Contact information to receive more information about the Program Downloadable guidelines, applications, and submittal forms Attachments: Attachment 1: Project Packet Attachment 2: Service Provider Application

Commercial (CSOP) Standard Offer Program

Commercial (CSOP) Standard Offer Program I Program Description This section includes information about the eligibility requirements, incentive payments, and participation process of AEP's Commercial Standard Offer Program. All of this information

More information

Worship Facility Matching Grant Program 2010 Program Manual

Worship Facility Matching Grant Program 2010 Program Manual Worship Facility Matching Grant Program 2010 Program Manual Chapter 1 Introduction TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 1 INTRODUCTION 4 1.1 DEFINITIONS... 4 1.2 PROGRAM GOALS... 4 1.3 PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS... 5 1.3.1 PROGRAM

More information

Commercial (CSOP) Standard Offer Program

Commercial (CSOP) Standard Offer Program I Program Description This section includes information about the eligibility requirements, incentive payments, and participation process of AEP's Commercial Standard Offer Program. All of this information

More information

Prescriptive, Custom, New Construction and Data Center

Prescriptive, Custom, New Construction and Data Center Construction and Data Center Application Terms & Conditions and Final Payment Agreement Version: November 2014 TERMS AND CONDITIONS Program Effective Dates AEP Ohio Business Incentives Program offers incentives

More information

SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM. 2016 Program Manual

SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM. 2016 Program Manual SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM 2016 Program Manual December 2015 Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 PROGRAM DESIGN... 1 1.1 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION... 1 1.2 PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS... 2 1.3 PROJECT

More information

1 Customer and Contact Information

1 Customer and Contact Information Appalachian Power Commercial Program Rebate Application Before you start Review the eligibility detail requirements, and terms and conditions located at the end of the application to verify that you are

More information

Simplified M&V Guidelines for Lighting Efficiency Measures

Simplified M&V Guidelines for Lighting Efficiency Measures 1 Simplified M&V Guidelines for Lighting Efficiency Measures Overview This measurement and verification (M&V) procedure is appropriate for projects that involve the replacement of existing fixtures, lamps,

More information

DATA CENTER INCENTIVES

DATA CENTER INCENTIVES DATA CENTER APPLICATION June 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012 DATA CENTER INCENTIVES HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN SMART IDEAS FOR YOUR BUSINESS 1. CHECK PROJECT AND EQUIPMENT ELIGIBILITY Project must be a new improvement

More information

2015 Contractor Agreement SWEPCO Texas CoolSaver SM Program

2015 Contractor Agreement SWEPCO Texas CoolSaver SM Program OVERVIEW This Agreement is entered into between ( Contractor ) and CoolSaver Program Implementer, CLEAResult ( Program Implementer ). BACKGROUND Southwestern Electric Power Company ( SWEPCO ) created the

More information

Contractor Network Application and Agreement

Contractor Network Application and Agreement SWEPCO s Contractor Network provides services to help residential customers in Arkansas improve the energy efficiency of their home. Only contractors participating in SWEPCO s Contractor Network are eligible

More information

Residential Standard Offer Program

Residential Standard Offer Program Residential Standard Offer Program Texas Central Company Texas North Company 2014 Program Year Version 1.0 October 23, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 2 2. PROGRAM DESIGN... 3 2.1. PROGRAM

More information

2015 RESIDENTIAL AND HARD-TO-REACH STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM PROGRAM MANUAL

2015 RESIDENTIAL AND HARD-TO-REACH STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM PROGRAM MANUAL 2015 RESIDENTIAL AND HARD-TO-REACH STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM PROGRAM MANUAL Table of Contents 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 2 2. BACKGROUND... 5 3. PROGRAM DESIGN... 6 3.1. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION... 6 3.2. PROJECT

More information

2016 Santee Cooper Solar Home & Solar Share Home Program Manual

2016 Santee Cooper Solar Home & Solar Share Home Program Manual 2016-17 2016 Santee Cooper Solar Home & Solar Share Home Program Manual Version 03232016 This Program Manual is intended to serve as a reference for Santee Cooper s residential Customers that are interested

More information

Request for Qualifications & Proposal. Architectural Team. Lake County School District R-1. On-Call Services. For

Request for Qualifications & Proposal. Architectural Team. Lake County School District R-1. On-Call Services. For Request for Qualifications & Proposal Architectural Team For Lake County School District R-1 On-Call Services Provided by: Submittal Deadline: April 23, 2015 Time: 5:00 PM 1.0 Introduction On behalf of

More information

QSP INFORMATION AT A GLANCE

QSP INFORMATION AT A GLANCE QSP INFORMATION AT A GLANCE CONTACT PERSON FOR QUESTIONS/INTERPRETATIONS: HOW TO OBTAIN THE QSP DOCUMENTS: HOW TO FULLY RESPOND TO THIS QSP BY SUBMITTING A QUOTE: NON-MANDATORY JOB WALK: PROJECT LOCATION:

More information

Vectren Commercial/Industrial New Construction Incentive Application

Vectren Commercial/Industrial New Construction Incentive Application Vectren Commercial/Industrial New Construction Application Completing and submitting this application is the first step to apply for incentives through Vectren s Commercial/Industrial New Construction

More information

Residential Solar Service Agreement (RSSA) Customer Sited Solar Photovoltaic Systems

Residential Solar Service Agreement (RSSA) Customer Sited Solar Photovoltaic Systems Residential Solar Service Agreement (RSSA) Customer Sited Solar Photovoltaic Systems This Agreement is made and entered into this day of, 20, ( Effective Date ) by and between the Orlando Utilities Commission

More information

GREENBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 7 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

GREENBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 7 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES GREENBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 7 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES Greenburgh Central School District No. 7 ( The District ) invites proposals to perform construction management

More information

HARD-TO-REACH Standard Offer Program

HARD-TO-REACH Standard Offer Program HARD-TO-REACH Standard Offer Program Southwestern Electric Power Company Texas Central Company Texas North Company 2014 Program Year Table of Contents 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.....3 2. PROGRAM DESIGN..4 2.1.

More information

Lighting New Construction Incentive Application for Business Customers

Lighting New Construction Incentive Application for Business Customers 0 22016 Lighting New Construction Incentive Application for Business Customers A Cash Incentive Energy Efficiency Program brought to you by: Instructions for Use: For complete instructions, please refer

More information

Rebates are available on a first come, first-serve basis. There are a limited number of rebates available in 2010.

Rebates are available on a first come, first-serve basis. There are a limited number of rebates available in 2010. Dear Member: Thank you for inquiring about your New Hampshire Electric Cooperative s (NHEC) Solar Photovoltaics (PV) for Education Rebate Program. Below are important points you need to know in order to

More information

HELPING MICHIGAN BUSINESSES SAVE ENERGY.

HELPING MICHIGAN BUSINESSES SAVE ENERGY. 2015 Program Year Dear Prospective Contractor: Thank you for your interest in the Consumers Energy Small Business Solutions Program ( Small Business Solutions Program ). Consumers Energy has hired DNV

More information

MUNICIPALITY OF CENTRE HASTINGS REQUEST FOR QUOTE

MUNICIPALITY OF CENTRE HASTINGS REQUEST FOR QUOTE MUNICIPALITY OF CENTRE HASTINGS REQUEST FOR QUOTE LED LIGHTING UPGRADE MADOC & DISTRICT RECREATION CENTRE 45 COOPER RD DATE OF ISSUE: April 18, 2016 TENDER CLOSING: INQUIRIES TO: 12:00 Noon local time,

More information

2014 Small Business Solutions Program Manual

2014 Small Business Solutions Program Manual 2014 Small Business Solutions Program Manual Entergy Louisiana, LLC & Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, L.L.C. PREPARED BY: CLEAResult Contact: Alex Scott 1615 Poydras Street Suite 860 New Orleans, LA 70112

More information

Energy Management Solutions Incentives Application for Business Customers

Energy Management Solutions Incentives Application for Business Customers Energy Management Solutions Incentives Application for Business Customers SEND TO: Southern California Edison, Business Incentives P.O. Box 800, Rosemead, CA 9770-0800 Fax: 66-6- E-mail: BusinessIncentives@sce.com

More information

Commercial LED Lighting Equipment

Commercial LED Lighting Equipment 2010 REBATE APPLICATION Commercial LED Lighting Equipment WHAT S NEW Rebates for outdoor pole/ arm-mounted parking and roadway fixtures, including decorative fixtures, have increased to. Rebates for parking

More information

OUR ELECTRICITY AGREEMENT Constellation Energy Power Choice, Inc. P.O. Box 4911, Houston, TX 77210

OUR ELECTRICITY AGREEMENT Constellation Energy Power Choice, Inc. P.O. Box 4911, Houston, TX 77210 OUR ELECTRICITY AGREEMENT Constellation Energy Power Choice, Inc. P.O. Box 4911, Houston, TX 77210 DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Price: 7.49 cents/kwh Fixed or Variable: Fixed Length of Agreement and End Date This

More information

Stephenson County, Illinois

Stephenson County, Illinois Stephenson County, Illinois REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS For EXTERIOR CLEANING OF STEPHENSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE Bids Due: Sealed proposals are due and must be received in the Stephenson County Administrator s

More information

Focus on Energy s Biogas Feasibility Study Grants for Anaerobic Pretreatment and Anaerobic Digester Facilities

Focus on Energy s Biogas Feasibility Study Grants for Anaerobic Pretreatment and Anaerobic Digester Facilities Focus on Energy s Biogas Feasibility Study Grants for Anaerobic Pretreatment and Anaerobic Digester Facilities Customer and Study Provider Guidelines For more information, Call 800.762.7077 or visit focusonenergy.com

More information

Solid State Lighting Definitions for Functional and Decorative Applications

Solid State Lighting Definitions for Functional and Decorative Applications NEMA Lighting Systems Division & American Lighting Association Joint Document: LSD 51-2009 Solid State Lighting Definitions for Functional and Decorative Applications Prepared by Solid State Lighting Section,

More information

Presented by. NYSERDA Michael Pioggia, Senior Project Manager Existing Facilities Program

Presented by. NYSERDA Michael Pioggia, Senior Project Manager Existing Facilities Program Presented by NYSERDA Michael Pioggia, Senior Project Manager Existing Facilities Program 0 AGENDA 1. What is the DLC? Objectives Current Structure DLC Member Utilities 2. What is the DLC QPL? Resource

More information

Energy Efficiency Program Overview

Energy Efficiency Program Overview Energy Efficiency Program Overview Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency CATEE Conference November 18-20, 2014 Dallas, TX General Overview State of Texas enacted legislation requiring Transmission and Distribution

More information

RFP VOICE OVER IP PHONE SYSTEM BID: #14-012- BOE

RFP VOICE OVER IP PHONE SYSTEM BID: #14-012- BOE SPECIFICATIONS AND BID FORMS FOR RFP VOICE OVER IP PHONE SYSTEM MANDATORY WALK-THRU ON THURSDAY, MARCH 13 th from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED. BID: #14-012- BOE Due on or before 11:00

More information

MANTON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS. REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS

MANTON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS. REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS MANTON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS July 16, 2010 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF MANTON

More information

NEGAUNEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS

NEGAUNEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS NEGAUNEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUEST for PROPOSALS ENERGY SAVING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS On a PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING BASIS July 26, 2010 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF NEGAUNEE

More information

Small Business Direct Install Program. Bidders Conference. April 24, 2014

Small Business Direct Install Program. Bidders Conference. April 24, 2014 Small Business Direct Install Program Bidders Conference April 24, 2014 EFFICIENCY MAINE TRUST REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR: Small Business Direct Install Program Delivery RFP EM 015-2014 Table of Contents

More information

VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONSERVATION BLOCK GRANT SMALL BUSINESS LOAN PROGRAM 0% INTEREST POLICY AND PROCEDURES Prepared by: Village of Arlington Heights Department of Planning

More information

CONTRACTOR APPLICATION & AGREEMENT

CONTRACTOR APPLICATION & AGREEMENT CENTERPOINT ENERGY S 2013 COOLSAVER PROGRAM CONTRACTOR APPLICATION & AGREEMENT INTRODUCTION The CoolSaver Program, sponsored by CenterPoint Energy, provides residential and business customers of participating

More information

City of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, NH School Department Plumbing Repair Services INVITATION TO BID

City of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, NH School Department Plumbing Repair Services INVITATION TO BID INVITATION TO BID Sealed bid proposals, plainly marked "Plumbing Repair Services Contract" will be accepted at the office of the Business Administrator, Portsmouth School Department, 1 Junkins Avenue,

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Franchise Fees, Sales and Use Tax Audits

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Franchise Fees, Sales and Use Tax Audits REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Franchise Fees, Sales and Use Tax Audits The City of Louisville, Colorado is accepting proposals for the purpose of performing sales and use tax, and franchise fee compliance

More information

CITY OF CHARLOTTETOWN. REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS SUPPLY AND INSTALL LIGHTING Municipal Parking Garages

CITY OF CHARLOTTETOWN. REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS SUPPLY AND INSTALL LIGHTING Municipal Parking Garages CITY OF CHARLOTTETOWN REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS SUPPLY AND INSTALL LIGHTING Municipal Parking Garages May 2016 PAGE 2 CITY OF CHARLOTTETOWN REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS SUPPLY AND INSTALL LIGHTING Municipal Parking

More information

FY16 SRP Business Solutions Small Business Program Manual

FY16 SRP Business Solutions Small Business Program Manual FY16 SRP Business Solutions Small Business Program Manual May 1, 2015 Contents SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION... 1-1 1.1 PROGRAM OVERVIEW... 1-1 1.2 CONTACT INFORMATION... 1-1 1.3 MANUAL USE AND ORGANIZATION...

More information

DOE Solid-State Lighting GATEWAY Program. GATEWAY Registry and Demonstration Reporting Template. U.S. Department of Energy November 2008

DOE Solid-State Lighting GATEWAY Program. GATEWAY Registry and Demonstration Reporting Template. U.S. Department of Energy November 2008 DOE Solid-State Lighting GATEWAY Program GATEWAY Registry and Demonstration Reporting Template U.S. Department of Energy November 2008 Building Technologies Program Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

More information

FY12 PowerWise Small Business Solutions Program Manual

FY12 PowerWise Small Business Solutions Program Manual FY12 PowerWise Small Business Solutions Program Manual May 1, 2011 Contents SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION... 1-1 1.1 PROGRAM OVERVIEW... 1-1 1.2 CONTACT INFORMATION... 1-1 1.3 MANUAL USE AND ORGANIZATION... 1-1

More information

Kentucky Schools ENERGY STAR Clothes Washers Incentive Application Incentive Table Description Size Range Incentive ENERGY STAR Commercial Clothes Was

Kentucky Schools ENERGY STAR Clothes Washers Incentive Application Incentive Table Description Size Range Incentive ENERGY STAR Commercial Clothes Was TITLETITLE Kentucky Schools ENERGY STAR Clothes Washers Incentive Application Completed Project RESERVATION Estimated date of completion (mm/year) Questions? 1-866-380-9580 or www.duke-energy.com Mail

More information

Application for Primary Employer s Indemnity Policy

Application for Primary Employer s Indemnity Policy Application for Primary Employer s Indemnity Policy THIS IS NOT A POLICY OF WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE. THE EMPLOYER DOES NOT BECOME A SUBSCRIBER TO THE WORKERS COMPENSATION SYSTEM BY PURCHASING THIS

More information

Atrium Skylight Repair Carleton Lodge

Atrium Skylight Repair Carleton Lodge Requirement Period of Contract The successful bidder shall complete the work no later than 27 November 2015. Closing Date Quotations must be submitted no later than close of business day (11:59 pm) on

More information

City of Dallas Specifications for Sewer Camera Maintenance & Repair Services with Parts BM1308

City of Dallas Specifications for Sewer Camera Maintenance & Repair Services with Parts BM1308 City of Dallas Specifications for Sewer Camera Maintenance & Repair Services with Parts BM1308 PURPOSE: The purpose for this specification is to establish a 36 month service contract for maintenance and

More information

SCE&G EnergyWise for Your Business Frequently Asked Questions

SCE&G EnergyWise for Your Business Frequently Asked Questions General Program Details 1. What is EnergyWise for Your Business? SCE&G s EnergyWise for Your Business is the banner under which SCE&G promotes, to its commercial and industrial customers, a number of initiatives

More information

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Dearborn, at the Office of the Purchasing

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Dearborn, at the Office of the Purchasing CITY OF DEARBORN ADVERTISEMENT FOR NATURAL GAS PROVIDER TO THE CITY OF DEARBORN, MICHIGAN Sealed bids will be received by the City of Dearborn, at the Office of the Purchasing Agent, 2951 Greenfield, Dearborn,

More information

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS HVAC CONTRACTOR FOR RESIDENTIAL ENERGY PROGRAMS 02/27/2015

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS HVAC CONTRACTOR FOR RESIDENTIAL ENERGY PROGRAMS 02/27/2015 REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS HVAC CONTRACTOR FOR RESIDENTIAL ENERGY PROGRAMS 02/27/2015 The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) requests interested and qualified companies to submit a Statement

More information

Business Energy Rebates Application

Business Energy Rebates Application Business Energy Rebates Application Business Energy Rebates make it easy and affordable for you to select energy efficient products for your business. and mail-in rebates are available for energy efficient

More information

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR OUTSIDE LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR OUTSIDE LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE Bruce Washburn City Attorney s Office PHONE 480-312-2405 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd. FAX 480-312-2548 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 WEB www.scottsdaleaz.gov REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR OUTSIDE LEGAL SERVICES FOR

More information

CITY OF DALLAS. Request for Competitive Sealed Proposal (RFCSP) BUZ1524. For. SCADA Repair, Parts and Support

CITY OF DALLAS. Request for Competitive Sealed Proposal (RFCSP) BUZ1524. For. SCADA Repair, Parts and Support CITY OF DALLAS Request for Competitive Sealed Proposal (RFCSP) BUZ1524 For SCADA Repair, Parts and Support Purpose The purpose of this specification is to establish a thirty-six (36) month service agreement

More information

M & V Guidelines for HUD Energy Performance Contracts Guidance for ESCo-Developed Projects 1/21/2011

M & V Guidelines for HUD Energy Performance Contracts Guidance for ESCo-Developed Projects 1/21/2011 M & V Guidelines for HUD Energy Performance Contracts Guidance for ESCo-Developed Projects 1/21/2011 1) Purpose of the HUD M&V Guide This document contains the procedures and guidelines for quantifying

More information

Request for Quotations on Termite and Pest Control Service to Include Repair & Maintenance RFQ 16-005

Request for Quotations on Termite and Pest Control Service to Include Repair & Maintenance RFQ 16-005 Request for Quotations on Termite and Pest Control Service to Include Repair & Maintenance RFQ 16-005 Competitive Quotations will be received at the City of Powder Springs, City Clerk s Office, 4484 Marietta

More information

2013-2015 Energy Efficiency Business Rebates Application

2013-2015 Energy Efficiency Business Rebates Application Section 1 > How to Apply 1. Reservations are necessary for projects using the On-Bill Financing option and a number of products outlined in the rebate catalogs. Call (800) 644-6133 to make a reservation.

More information

REQUEST FOR QUOTES FOR. On-Call Plumbing Contractor

REQUEST FOR QUOTES FOR. On-Call Plumbing Contractor Department of Public Services REQUEST FOR QUOTES FOR On-Call Plumbing Contractor November 2013 One Detjen Drive Crestwood, Missouri 63126 314-729-4720 Fax 314-729-4729 http://www.ci.crestwood.mo.us 1 Request

More information

Plumas Sierra Solar Rebate Program Guidebook 2015

Plumas Sierra Solar Rebate Program Guidebook 2015 Plumas Sierra Solar Rebate Program Guidebook 2015 Plumas Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative (PSREC) is offering rebates to encourage the installation of high quality solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in 2015.

More information

Company name Date submitted. Building address City State ZIP. Phone Fax * Phone Fax *

Company name Date submitted. Building address City State ZIP. Phone Fax  * Phone Fax  * Retro-commissioning Commercial Customer Information Company name Date submitted Building address City State ZIP Mailing address (IF DIFFERENT) City State ZIP Contact name (PRINT) Title Phone Fax Email*

More information

ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE 2016-2018

ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE 2016-2018 REQUEST FOR QUOTE FOR ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE 2016-2018 Madison, Wisconsin September, 2015 REQUEST FOR QUOTE MADISON METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE 2016-2018 The Madison Metropolitan

More information

greatstreets.dc.gov Application for Great Streets Small Business Capital Improvement Grants

greatstreets.dc.gov Application for Great Streets Small Business Capital Improvement Grants Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Great Streets Initiative greatstreets.dc.gov Application for Great Streets Small Business Capital Improvement Grants Application Deadline:

More information

Oregon Department of Energy issues the following Renewable Energy Development Grants Opportunity Announcement

Oregon Department of Energy issues the following Renewable Energy Development Grants Opportunity Announcement Oregon Department of Energy issues the following Renewable Energy Development Grants Opportunity Announcement Single Point of Contact Address: P.O. Box 2008, Salem OR 97308 E-mail: energy.incentives@state.or.us

More information

NEWBURGH ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRIST NEWBURGH, NEW YORK REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL ARCHITECTURE SERVICES 2015 2016

NEWBURGH ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRIST NEWBURGH, NEW YORK REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL ARCHITECTURE SERVICES 2015 2016 NEWBURGH ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRIST NEWBURGH, NEW YORK REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL ARCHITECTURE SERVICES 2015 2016 Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District,

More information

Township of Parsippany 1001 Parsippany Blvd. Parsippany, NJ 07054

Township of Parsippany 1001 Parsippany Blvd. Parsippany, NJ 07054 Township of Parsippany 1001 Parsippany Blvd. Parsippany, NJ 07054 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE Submission Due: by 10:00 AM November 25 th 2011 Proposals Received by: Lawrence

More information

Request for Proposals for Upgraded or Replacement Phone System

Request for Proposals for Upgraded or Replacement Phone System City of Bandon Request for Proposals for Upgraded or Replacement Phone System 7/17/2015 Phone System Request for Proposal Page 1 NOTICE The City of Bandon is accepting Proposals for an upgraded or replacement

More information

Program Guidelines Application Process Information For Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 June 30, 2016)

Program Guidelines Application Process Information For Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 June 30, 2016) STAFF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 200 HIGH STREET SUITE 200 PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 23704 PHONE: (757) 393-8804 FAX: (757) 393-8392 LOCAL INCENTIVES PROGRAM SAFETY AND

More information

CITY OF SAN JOSE REQUEST FOR.QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) EVALUATOR (ATTORNEY) AND INVESTIGATOR- SAN JOSE ELECTIONS COMMISSION

CITY OF SAN JOSE REQUEST FOR.QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) EVALUATOR (ATTORNEY) AND INVESTIGATOR- SAN JOSE ELECTIONS COMMISSION CITY OF SAN JOSE REQUEST FOR.QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) EVALUATOR (ATTORNEY) AND INVESTIGATOR- SAN JOSE ELECTIONS COMMISSION The City of San Jose is seeking to contract with a law firm or attorney licensed by

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR DISASTER RECOVERY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR DISASTER RECOVERY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR DISASTER RECOVERY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Notice is hereby given that the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners is calling for and requesting proposals from qualified

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR SERVICES SPRINGVILLE CITY NEW AQUATICS AND ACTIVITIES CENTER

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR SERVICES SPRINGVILLE CITY NEW AQUATICS AND ACTIVITIES CENTER RFP #2016-02 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR SERVICES FOR SPRINGVILLE CITY NEW AQUATICS AND ACTIVITIES CENTER RELEASE DATE: January 29, 2016 DUE DATE: February

More information

RECRUITMENT LETTER. To be included on our current bidders list, please fill in the Contractor Qualification Registration, which includes:

RECRUITMENT LETTER. To be included on our current bidders list, please fill in the Contractor Qualification Registration, which includes: CITY OF BRUNSWICK Department of Community Development 601 Gloucester Street * Post Office Box 550 * Brunswick * Georgia * 31520-0550 * (912) 267-5530 * Fax (912) 267-5542 Cornell L. Harvey, Mayor Felicia

More information

Muskegon Community College Request for Proposal Insurance Agent/Broker

Muskegon Community College Request for Proposal Insurance Agent/Broker Muskegon Community College Request for Proposal Insurance Agent/Broker REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Muskegon Community College is seeking and accepting proposals for licensed Insurance brokers to provide brokerage

More information

Project Pre-Approval Application Form

Project Pre-Approval Application Form Page 1 of 5 Project Pre-Approval Application Form Service Providers may use this form to apply for incentive funds from PV incentive programs in Texas administered by Frontier Associates and Clean Energy

More information

Title 1, Chapter 57 of the Texas Administrative Code

Title 1, Chapter 57 of the Texas Administrative Code Title 1, Chapter 57 of the Texas Administrative Code 57.1.Definitions. The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates

More information

Q1 2011 Utility Rebate Report. Fort Worth, TX

Q1 2011 Utility Rebate Report. Fort Worth, TX Q1 2011 Utility Rebate Report A service of the Sustainable Corporate Real Estate Roundtable Fort Worth, TX April 7, 2011 (Captures regulations through March 31, 2011) This Report is one of a series of

More information

Oregon Department of Energy Renewable Energy Development Grants

Oregon Department of Energy Renewable Energy Development Grants Oregon Department of Energy Renewable Energy Development Grants 330-200-0000 Applicability of Rules in OAR 330, Division 200 These rules implement the grant program for renewable energy development established

More information

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT INSPECTOR OF RECORD SERVICES

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT INSPECTOR OF RECORD SERVICES REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT INSPECTOR OF RECORD SERVICES 1. STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS REQUESTED The San Bernardino Community College District (District) Facilities

More information

Invitation to Bid. Asphalt Restoration and Spot Repairs. For. Hardin County Water District No. 1

Invitation to Bid. Asphalt Restoration and Spot Repairs. For. Hardin County Water District No. 1 Invitation to Bid Asphalt Restoration and Spot Repairs For Hardin County Water District No. 1 Prepared by: Hardin County Water District No. 1 1400 Rogersville Road Radcliff, KY 40160 Phone: 270-351-3222

More information

Residential Standard Offer Program

Residential Standard Offer Program Residential Standard Offer Program Texas Central Company Texas North Company 2015 Program Year Version 1.0 October 22, 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 2 2. PROGRAM DESIGN... 3 2.1. PROGRAM

More information

Alaska Commercial Energy Audit Program 2013 Program Guidelines

Alaska Commercial Energy Audit Program 2013 Program Guidelines Alaska Commercial Energy Audit Program 2013 Program Guidelines November 1, 2013 Application Deadline: December 20, 2013 (4:30 pm) Introduction The Alaska Energy Authority initiated a commercial energy

More information

CONTRACTOR GUIDELINES

CONTRACTOR GUIDELINES CONTRACTOR GUIDELINES WORKING IN NEIGHBORHOODS (WIN) HOUSING DIVISION 175 East Second Street, Suite 580 Tulsa, OK 74103 Telephone 918.576.5552 Fax 918.699.3239 Website www.cityoftulsa.org/housing Email

More information

Rewards and Risk Management

Rewards and Risk Management Solid State Lighting i (SSL) Rewards and Risk Management Lighting Designer s Perspective Illuminart www.illuminart.net Solid State t Lighting (LED s) is a rapidly changing technology that t is revolutionizing

More information

Canterbury Park Pool Chamber Replacement

Canterbury Park Pool Chamber Replacement Requirement Request For Quotation To provide services, equipment and materials to replace the Concrete Pool Service & Drainage vault at the Canterbury Park Pool located at 2185 Arch Street, Ottawa, ON

More information

Town of Stafford. Town of Stafford Selectmen s Office Warren Memorial Town Hall 1 Main Street Stafford Springs, CT (860)

Town of Stafford. Town of Stafford Selectmen s Office Warren Memorial Town Hall 1 Main Street Stafford Springs, CT (860) Town of Stafford Request for Proposals For Approximately 735 kw of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Arrays on Eight (8) Municipal and School Buildings And Five (5) Solar Carport Array Locations The Town of Stafford

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DESIGN OF COMMUNTIY SKATE PARK FREDERICK, COLORADO

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DESIGN OF COMMUNTIY SKATE PARK FREDERICK, COLORADO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DESIGN OF COMMUNTIY SKATE PARK FREDERICK, COLORADO 1. INTRUDUCTION The Town of Frederick is seeking proposals in response to this Request for Proposals (RFP) from a qualified skateboard

More information

Small Business Direct Install Program Manual 2015. Updated January 7, 2015. SWEPCOgridSMART.com

Small Business Direct Install Program Manual 2015. Updated January 7, 2015. SWEPCOgridSMART.com Small Business Direct Install Program Manual 2015 Updated January 7, 2015 SWEPCOgridSMART.com Table of Contents... 1 Program Overview... 1 Program Description... 1 Program Goals... 2 Participating Contractor

More information

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Number 01-15 PUBLIC WORKS CONTINUING CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING INSPECTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Number 01-15 PUBLIC WORKS CONTINUING CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING INSPECTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES City of DeBary Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Number 01-15 PUBLIC WORKS CONTINUING CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING INSPECTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES The City of DeBary, Florida is seeking standby

More information

TEXAS NON-SUBSCRIBER OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY APPLICATION

TEXAS NON-SUBSCRIBER OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY APPLICATION TEXAS NON-SUBSCRIBER OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY APPLICATION Application is hereby made for coverage (s), as specified per the signed attached quotation, to become effective on, at 12:01 AM

More information

Pacific Gas and Electric Company. On-Bill Financing Customer and Contractor Handbook

Pacific Gas and Electric Company. On-Bill Financing Customer and Contractor Handbook Pacific Gas and Electric Company On-Bill Financing Customer and Contractor Handbook Table of Contents 1. Overview... 3 2. Customer Eligibility... 3 3. Project and Measure Eligibility... 4 4. Fees and Interest...

More information

L ARAMIE C OUNTY C OMMUNITY C OLLEGE Cheyenne Wyoming

L ARAMIE C OUNTY C OMMUNITY C OLLEGE Cheyenne Wyoming L ARAMIE C OUNTY C OMMUNITY C OLLEGE Cheyenne Wyoming Request for Proposals to provide Landscape Architect Due Date Proposal Submissions Monday, June 15, 2015 by 5:00 p.m. RFP15-15008 Solicited by: Department

More information

Request for Proposal IP Phone System Upgrade

Request for Proposal IP Phone System Upgrade SECTION A GENERAL INFORMATION Request for Proposal IP Phone System Upgrade 1. Purpose Mesa County Public Library District (MCPLD) is requesting bid proposals for an IP Phone System Upgrade. 2. List of

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR: Fire and Security Alarm Service and Monitoring

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR: Fire and Security Alarm Service and Monitoring MCC13-04 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR: Fire and Security Alarm Service and Monitoring Manchester Community College PURPOSE: The purpose of this REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL is to establish a contract for Manchester

More information

Independent School District No. 1 Strive Achieve Succeed Go Beyond Lewiston, Idaho

Independent School District No. 1 Strive Achieve Succeed Go Beyond Lewiston, Idaho Independent School District No. 1 Strive Achieve Succeed Go Beyond Lewiston, Idaho REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Independent School District No. 1, Lewiston, Idaho ( District ) is seeking responses from individuals

More information

INDEPENDENCE POWER & LIGHT DEPARTMENT Independence, Missouri. Schedule NM-1 Customer-Generator Net Metering Contract Service Rider

INDEPENDENCE POWER & LIGHT DEPARTMENT Independence, Missouri. Schedule NM-1 Customer-Generator Net Metering Contract Service Rider AVAILABLE Electric Service is available under this schedule in the entire area served by the Department s existing secondary and primary voltage distribution systems. APPLICABLE To any customer normally

More information

Warner Robins Housing Authority

Warner Robins Housing Authority REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL HVAC SERVICES 2016 The Warner Robins & Houston County Housing Authorities (WRHA) are currently soliciting bids for HVAC Services for a one (1) year period with the option for two one

More information

EXHIBIT "B" CRITERIA AND BILLING FOR EXTRA SERVICES

EXHIBIT B CRITERIA AND BILLING FOR EXTRA SERVICES EXHIBIT "B" CRITERIA AND BILLING FOR EXTRA SERVICES The following Extra Services to the Agreement shall be performed by Architect if needed and if authorized or requested by the District: 1. Making revisions

More information

Attachment A: Terms and Conditions RFx 3000006001 Bid Opening: 07/06/2016

Attachment A: Terms and Conditions RFx 3000006001 Bid Opening: 07/06/2016 1. Bid Delivery Instructions for State Procurement: Fax quotations may be submitted either: Via fax to: (225) 342-9756 OR Delivered by hand or courier service to: Office of State Procurement Claiborne

More information

Office of Contracts Administration Purchasing

Office of Contracts Administration Purchasing I. Purpose A. The purpose of this bid is to provide the City and County of San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Water Quality Division (WQD) with one (1) (System). II. Scope of Work A. The Contractor

More information

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Bids will be received at the office of the Niles City School District, 100 West Avenue, Niles, Ohio, 44446 until 12:00 PM on Friday, March 22, 2013 and will be opened and read immediately

More information

Welcome 2016 Residential and Commercial Solar Photovoltaic

Welcome 2016 Residential and Commercial Solar Photovoltaic Welcome 2016 Residential and Commercial Solar Photovoltaic 1 AGENDA 2015 Results 2016 Requirements & Qualifications 2016 Program Changes Participation Steps Inspections & Photos 2 2015 PROGRAM RESULTS

More information