In 2008, the Council of the District of Columbia (“District Council”) enacted D.C. Law 17-250, the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 ( “CAEA,” D.C. Code §8-1773.01 et seq.), which established authority to contract with a private company to be known as a Sustainable Energy Utility (“SEU” or “Contractor”) to administer sustainable energy programs in the District of Columbia. The SEU is the private contractor selected to develop, coordinate, and provide programs for the purpose of promoting the sustainable use of energy in the District of Columbia. The SEU will operate under a contract to be entered into with the District Department of Environment (“DDOE”).
DDOE issues this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) to solicit competitive proposals for a SEU for the District of Columbia. This RFP presents the project objectives, terms and conditions, specific deliverables, and the required format to submit a proposal to DDOE. Potential bidders should read the entire RFP carefully, along with its Appendices and Attachments, in order to gain a clear understanding of the project requirements.
Request For Proposal documents: