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July 9, 2015 Xcel Energy's Public Service Company of Colorado RFP seeking 10.1 kW to 2 MW solar energy and associated renewable energy certificates (RECs) that are generated from Community Solar Gardens. This RFP is a part of Public Service's Solar*Rewards Community program. The total available program capacity is between 6 and 29.5 MW.
Contact: Rodney Sgrignoli, 303-571-3514
July 10, 2015 PacifiCorp RFP seeking qualified suppliers to provide an integrated package of services, including the sourcing of renewable energy certificates (RECs) for the company's green energy programs. The package of services will support Pacific Power's Oregon green power offerings, Blue Sky Usage and Blue Sky Habitat. It should also include renewable energy education, marketing, community outreach, and customer acquisition/retention programs. The initial contract term shall start Jan. 1, 2016, and run through Dec. 31, 2018.
July 20, 2015 PacifiCorp RFP seeking bids for 15 MWac of solar photovoltaic resources to be located in Utah to serve potential subscriber solar customers. Bids may take the form of power purchase agreements, asset purchase and sale agreements, and engineer-procure construct options. The 2015S RFP is to support Utah customers that wish to buy the output from Utah-based solar photovoltaic resources to meet a portion of their energy requirements. The resources must be located in Utah and interconnect with or demonstrate firm transmission service to Rocky Mountain Power's transmission or distribution network.
Notice of Intent to Bid Due: July 22, 2015 DTE Energy RFP seeking proposals to develop a 5-50 MW solar energy facility and also from land owners with a minimum of 20 acres who are interested in hosting a solar project. The solar generating system must be in DTE Energy's service area and operational by December 31, 2016. Registration is required.
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August 31, 2015 Dairyland Power Cooperative RFP seeking proposals for up to 25 MW of solar energy from one or more utility-scale PV facilities with commercial operation to begin by July 1, 2016. A notice of intent to bid should be returned by July 15, 2015.
Contact: 608-788-4000,
On Hold UPDATE: GSA has put this solicitation on temporary hold pending a procurement strategy review. The pre-proposal conference and other dates will be rescheduled after the review is complete.

The General Service Administration Capital Solar Challenge RFP (GS-11P-15-DC-D-0056)
As part of the Administration's Capital Solar Challenge, the GSA National Capital Region has issued an RFP for the procurement of electricity produced by approximately 3 MW of solar photovoltaic arrays on 18 federal and quasi-federal buildings in Washington D.C. The pre-proposal conference is June 26 and participation should be confirmed via email by June 19, 2015.
Contact: Bonita Kenan

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