Platte River RFP calls for solar power, storage proposals

Colorado-based Platte River Power Authority You are leaving WAPA.gov. on Feb. 21 issued a request for proposals (RFP) for at least 20 megawatts of new solar energy capacity that could be added to its system. The RFP also calls for up to 5 megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy storage capacity.

In the RFP, Platte River said it would consider proposals for a long-term power purchase agreement for solar projects that could be built and operational between June 2019 and the end of 2021.

Platte River also expressed strong interest for technologies that could store up to 5 MWh of energy.

Proposals in response to the RFP will be due by 4 p.m. Mountain time on March 30.

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Source: Public Power Daily, 2/22/18

Presidio seeks to purchase renewable energy certificates

Proposals due April 14
4:30 P.M. PT

The Presidio Trust is seeking to purchase Renewable Energy Certificates to meet their renewable energy objectives through a solicitation issued by Western Area Power Administration. Responses to the Request for Proposal must be received via mail or fax before April 14 at 4:30 p.m. PDT. WAPA will consider bids that meet Renewable Electric Energy and REC definitions and qualifications. Using the flexibility allowed under WAPA’s power marketing authority, the REC contract will be awarded for the best overall value to Presidio while meeting the terms of the RFP. WAPA is encouraging small and minority-owned businesses and Native American tribes to apply. Read more.

Source: WAPA Renewable Energy for Federal Agencies program, 3/31/17  

Western to purchase renewable energy certificates for federal agencies

Western Area Power Administration is issuing a request for proposals for renewable energy certificates, or RECs, for itself and a National Aeronautics Space Administration field center. Read more.

See the full details about submitting a proposal. Responses to this RFP must be submitted by mail or fax only, on or before Sept. 21, 4:30 p.m. PDT. E-mail offers will not be accepted.

Source: Green Power News, 9/2/15