CLOSED-Conservation Potential Assessment, RFP-SCL-1339Original Date Posted: June 25, 2014 8:57 am
THE CITY OF SEATTLE
SEATTLE CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) #13339
Conservation Potential Assessment
The City of Seattle, Seattle City Light Department (“SCL”), seeks to engage a consultant to provide consulting services.
The purpose of issuing this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from qualified firms to provide a Conservation Potential Assessment (CPA) to quantify the amount, the timing, and the cost of electric conservation resources available within the Seattle City Light service territory. Beginning in 2010, City Light has complied with Washington State’s Initiative-937 (RCW 19.285 and WAC 194-37-070). This Energy Efficiency Resource Standard requires the Department to set a target for all cost effective conservation to be achieved in the subsequent two year period. This target is established by using methodology consistent with the Northwest Power and Planning Council’s 6th Power Plan and shall supersede the 2014 CPA.
This solicitation is divided into two distinct Phases. The term of the contract shall extend from the date of execution by the Superintendent of Seattle City Light, or designee, through December 31, 2016. Seattle City Light (SCL) has identified a budget for this project to be $250,000 for Phase I, and an additional $250,000 for Phase II, which is subject to approval by the Seattle City Council. SCL_RFP#13339 is for Phase I only and the total contract amount is not to exceed $250,000. SCL may at its option amend the original Contract for scope, time and funding.
SCL is seeking qualified firms to provide the following:
The term of the contract shall extend from the date of execution by the Superintendent of Seattle City Light, or designee, through December 2016. City Light has identified a budget for this project but estimates the contract to be $250,000.
SCL, may amend the original contract for scope, time, and funding, subject to the continuing appropriation authority by the Seattle City Council.
OBTAINING RFP DOCUMENTS:
Documents are available online at http://www.ebidexchange.com/seattle. Consultants must complete a free registration prior to viewing, printing and saving to their own equipment at no cost, or ordering full or partial document sets and/or CDs through the Web site. For help using this site, or to order documents if you are unable to access the Web site, please call eBid Systems at 206-855-8430 or toll-free at 1-888-291-8430. Free internet access to obtain these documents is available at Seattle Neighborhood Service Centers and most public libraries.
Proposals (1) Unbound copy of response proposal, (3) bound copies and (1) CD must be delivered by 3:00pm PST on July 16, 2014, to the address below:
Seattle City Light
Procurement & Contracting Division
Attention: Serena Louie, SMT 3004
700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3200
Seattle, WA 98104-5031
The City’s proposed schedule is outlined in the RFP.
The contract that is awarded as a result of this RFP will be awarded in a manner that will comply with all applicable laws of the United States, State of Washington, the City Charter, and Ordinances of the City of Seattle.
The following language must be included in all RFP/RFQ Advertisements for consultant services expected to cost $250,000 (2008 dollars) or more.
“WOMEN AND MINORITY AFFIRMATIVE EFFORTS REQUIREMENTS: All proposals are required to meet the Affirmative Efforts requirements as specified in the RFQ/RFP. An Outreach Plan will be required for the top rated consultant(s).”
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