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September 2, 2016 The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) RFI seeking information from parties that have an interest to design, supply, install, finance, operate, and maintain a system that would provide solar photovoltaic generated electricity from: 1) on the roof of existing ADOT buildings and on new Developer constructed covered parking structures to power ADOT buildings; 2) on surplus ADOT rights-of-way that are near existing power lines with the intent of selling the power to utilities.
Contact: Jennifer Moyzes
September 2, 2016 The Salt River Commercial Landfill Company RFP seeking proposals from qualified landfill gas-to-energy developers for the purchase of landfill gas from three facilities located within the Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona. A mandatory pre-proposal meeting and site visit will be held on August 11, 2016.
Contact: Rich Allen, 480-941-3427
September 7, 2016 Minnesota Power RFP seeking proposals for up to 300 MW of wind generation, including Community-Based Energy Development (C-BED). Proposals must reflect the cost and characteristics of the resource delivered to MP's load zone. Proposals must offer an initial contract term of 20 years or longer.
Contact: MPWindRFP@mnpower.com or Alan.Taylor@sedwayconsulting.com
September 14, 2016 Minnesota Power RFP seeking proposals for up to 300 MW of solar generation, including Community-Based Energy Development (C-BED). Proposals must reflect the cost and characteristics of the resource delivered to MP's load zone. Proposals must offer an initial contract term of 20 years or longer.
Contact: SolarRFP@mnpower.com or Alan.Taylor@sedwayconsulting.com
September 15, 2016 AEP Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) RFP seeking proposals to purchase up to 100 megawatts of wind energy assets with a minimum nameplate rating of 80 megawatts. Bids for projects should be placed in commercial operation by Dec. 31, 2018. Projects must be interconnected to the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) and located in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas or Missouri.
Contact: SWEPCOWindEnergyRFP2016@aep.com
September 19, 2016 Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) RFP seeking proposals to develop at least 16 MW of community-solar systems in Rochester, New York. RMI will be partnering with community organization Rochester Solar Power Organizational Team (ROCSPOT). RMI and ROCSPOT will consider bids for 9 sites capable of hosting the 16 MW systems. Interested parties should address their intent to take part in the RFP to the contact by August 12.
Contact: Kieran Coleman
October 13, 2016 The County of Santa Cruz (on behalf of the County of Monterey and County of San Benito) RFP seeking proposals from qualified proposers for the design, procurement of materials, permitting, installation, interconnection, and all associated documentation, financing, maintenance, and warranties of solar PV systems to be located at 32 municipal facilities located within the boundaries of the participants' jurisdictions. The cumulative potential capacity for solar generation across the 32 sites in this RFP is expected to be 6.97 MW for on-site distributed generation, plus an additional 29.83 MW of potential "solar farm" capacity spread among 4 of those sites. A mandatory pre-proposal meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 at 8:30 am at the Santa Cruz County Government Center. All interested proposers are required to attend the pre-proposal meeting.
Contact: Jonathan Whelan or Karina Zafiro (beginning September 6, contact Carol Johnson)
October 15, 2016 Arbor Wind RFP seeking proposals to solicit potential responder to participate in providing renewable energy to facilities designated in the Approved Recipient List. The Responder will have either (1) full ownership of the wind turbine AND full rights for advertising (in accordance with local/state/federal government requirements), OR (2) full rights for advertising only (in accordance with local/state/federal government requirements). Arbor Wind will be responsible for providing and installing one or multiple Vertical Axis Wind Turbines at the selected site(s) on behalf of the Responder.
Contact: Andrew Cipolla, 517-404-7482
As available Innovative Solar Systems RFP seeking bids from potential buyers of nine utility-scale solar projects under construction totaling over 300 MW. The projects range in size from 20 MW to 80 MW, and will be online by the end of 2016 or in 2017. The company's projections indicate an approximate return of 15% for the debt equity investor and about a 35% return for the tax credit investor.
Contact: John E. Green, 828-215-9064

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