Colorado State University is seeking proposals from experienced firms to enter into one or more contracts involving a qualified supplier to facilitate the purchase of renewable electricity by Colorado State University (CSU). For the purpose of this RFP renewable electricity will be defined as electricity generated by either wind or solar resources. The Request for Proposals (RFP) is attached for your reference. Both documents are identical.
Proposals are due no later than Thursday, October 5 [...]
On Tuesday June 11 Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an Executive Order committing the state to climate action. The full text is available here.
The press relase regarding the Exectuive Order is below:
“Coloradans value clean air and clean water. Our strong economy is a reflection of how our exhilarating outdoors attracts young entrepreneurs and the talent they need for their businesses,” said Governor John Hickenlooper. “The vast majority of our residents, and indeed the country, expect us t [...]
In late June, solar energy stakeholders in New Hampshire rejoiced when the public utilities commission (PUC) released new order effectively removing the solar net-metering cap in the state.
The new order allows all customers with systems of <100kW to receive a monthly excess export bill credit up to 100 percent of the energy and transmission costs and 25 percent of the distribution services. Customers will still be required to pay non-bypassable charges such as the system benefits char [...]
With a variety of different careers to choose from in the solar industry, it should come as no surprise that there are now more than 260,000 people working in it. [...]