SECO invites proposals from qualified individuals and independent firms to provide professional energy engineering services for SECO's LoanSTAR Revolving Loan Program. Potential respondents should specialize in conducting and preparing energy assessment reports according to the Texas LoanSTAR Technical Guidelines and should have working experience with conducting and analyzing utility assessment reports, reviewing utility assessment reports for accuracy and completeness, reviewing utility-retrofit design specifications, and performing on-site construction monitoring during all phases of construction. Respondents should also have an extensive understanding of energy conservation audits, assessments, and conservation projects in the public sector.
If a contract is awarded, the initial term of the contract shall begin February 3, 2017, or as soon thereafter as practical, and terminate August 31, 2018. SECO will have the right to renew a contract for two additional one-year periods, one year at a time, through August 31, 2020.
|December 2, 2016||Issuance of RFP (after 10:00 a.m. CT)|
|December 9, 2016||Deadline for Submission of Questions (2:00 p.m. CT)|
|December 16, 2016||Electronic Posting of Official Responses to Questions (or as soon thereafter as practical) (PDF)|
|January 6, 2017||Deadline for Submission of Proposals (2:00 p.m. CT) (Late proposals will not be considered)|
|February 3, 2017||Contract Execution (or as soon thereafter as practical)|
|February 3, 2017||Commencement of Services (or as soon thereafter as practical)|
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