Federal Renewable Energy Project Implementation: From RFP to Project Closeout
Nine approximate steps guide Federal renewable energy project planning and implementation. These steps span two phases:
- Determine site facility and energy characteristics
- Conduct renewable energy studies
- Request and evaluate renewable energy project proposals
- Award contracts
- Build it!
- Undergo acceptance testing and commissioning
- Performance period: O&M and M&V
This course covers the implementation phase of Federal renewable energy projects – from creating and issuing a request for proposal (RFP) to project closeout. An earlier course covered the planning phase.
Site-level energy managers attending the course:
- Will be guided through the nine steps of Federal renewable energy projects.
- Will be given information on financing mechanisms available for Federal renewable energy projects.
- Will be shown technical resources available through FEMP, including information that can be used to inform agency staff members and contractors on Federal renewable energy projects.
Date: Thursday, February 24, 2011
Time: 1:30 ET/ 12:30 CT/ 11:30 MT/ 10:30 PT
Length: 60 Minutes
- Blaise Stoltenberg , Senior Engineer , National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Read bio.
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For additional information, contact Gabe Boeckman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-275-3684.
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