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July 29, 2016 The County Commissioners' Association of Ohio Service Corporation RFP seeking proposals for more than 7 MW (AC) from potential suppliers that would sell electricity generated with a PV installation feeding directly into the various facilities. The solar array will be installed, financed, and maintained by a developer on county/community-owned land via a power purchase agreement.
Contact: Melissa Webne, 419-491-1022
July 29, 2016 Mission to Rebuild RFP seeking proposals from companies that produce renewable energy to issue RECs and SRECs in the first round of the company's equities market this fall. The market will be open to the global public. Quantities in the proposals may range from kilowatt-hour to megawatt-hour. Green-e certified energy is preferred but not required.
Contact: Camille Presbury, 202-302-0771
July 29, 2016 The Maine Public Utilities Commission RFP seeking proposals from Biomass Resources for the sale of energy under two-year contract(s). The RFP aims to acquire proposals that produce in-state economic benefits with up to 80 MW of Biomass Resources. Bidders may also offer to sell capacity and/or renewable energy attributes as part of the contract.
Contact: Faith Huntington, 207-287-1373
August 9, 2016 State of Tennessee RFP seeking proposals for design, delivery, installation, operation and maintenance of renewable energy systems using solar photovoltaic electric generating technologies to supply energy to the State at multiple sites. A pre-response conference will be held on June 23 and interested bidders must submit a Notice of Intent to Respond by June 24. A pre-response conference will be held on June 23.
Contact: Tammy Robbins, 615-253-7819
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
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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