Procuring Solar Energy for Federal Facilities: Practical Guidance

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45 Minutes

Solar energy is positioned to play a significant role in Federal agency sustainability initiatives to meet renewable energy targets. Procuring solar energy and technology, however, can pose a unique set of challenges. This webinar outlines steps to successfully procure solar energy for your Federal facility.

This webinar covers how to:

  • Identify needs and goals
  • Assemble an on-site team
  • Evaluate candidate solar energy sites
  • Consider requirements and recommendations
  • Make a financing and contracting decision
  • Implement a financing/contracting process.

In addition, the webinar presents financing options for executing a solar project, examples of several completed solar projects on Federal sites, and background on Federal requirements for energy efficiency.

Date recorded: December 1, 2010

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