Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia releases Group Solicitation RFP for Solar Services in Virginia
RFP seeks bids for as much as 2.133 MW of new solar photovoltiaic generation for Institutions located within Southwest Virginia.
The Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia (SWG), supported through a grant by the US Department of Energy Sunshot Initiative, announces the Solar Services 2018 Group Solicitation Request for Proposals. This RFP includes third party ownership solar services options as well as solar array development for purchase options for eight institutional project sites within the region.
The objective of the 2018 Group Purchase Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is to increase solar installations in the seven coalfield counties of Southwest Virginia through a group procurement solicitation process which will result in reduced pricing for Subject Site building owners through a competitive selection process. In addition, this procurement process will develop a client base with improved awareness and education on solar PV issues and expectations. This 2018 Group Purchase RFP is the first of multiple group purchase solicitation efforts planned by SWG.
RFP Documents can be found on the right edge of this webpage.
information regarding the RFP can be obtained by contacting:
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Exhibit A1: Ridgeview High School Supporting Information
Exhibit A2: Norton Green Apartments Supporting Information
Exhibit A3: Central High School Supporting Information
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Exhibit A5: UVa-Wise Oxbow Center Supporting Information
Exhibit B: General Conditions of the Contract
Exhibit C: Cost Proposal Form
Site Electric Utility Use History
Site electric use history can be obtained by following this link to a password protected webpage. Only respondents known to be RFP holders will receive the password for access. To obtain your password for access, please contact Adam Wells, email@example.com (276) 679-1691
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About the Solar Workgroup
The Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia (“SWG”) is a collaborative effort of nonprofit and community action agencies, colleges, state agencies, planning district commissions and other interested citizens and businesses seeking to develop a renewable energy industry cluster in the seven coalfield counties of Southwest Virginia.