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APS is seeking competitive proposals for projects that utilize biomass feedstocks from high-risk forest lands in Northern Arizona to generate capacity and energy, pipeline quality biogas, or other suitable products. APS will accept proposals for projects that will begin delivery in 2020 or later. The entire RFP process will be monitored and reviewed by a third-party independent monitor.
May 7, 2018: RFP issued August 1, 2018: RFP Registration Deadline & Confidentiality Agreements Due August 17, 2018: RFP Proposals and associated Proposal fees Due September 21, 2018: Shortlisted Respondents NotifiedOctober 12, 2018: Final Selection December 14, 2018: RFP complete
APS is seeking competitive proposals for approximately 106 megawatts of battery storage capacity to equip APS-owned solar plants with battery storage beginning no later than June 1, 2020. APS plans to own and operate the batteries to help harness mid-day solar and distribute it to customers at peak times of the day when customers need it most. The entire RFP process will be monitored and reviewed by a third-party independent monitor.
June 29, 2018: RFP issued
July 18, 2018: RFP Confidentiality Agreements Due
August 31, 2018: RFP Proposals and associated Proposal fees Due
October 5, 2018: Shortlisted Respondents NotifiedNovember 7, 2018: Final Selection
January 21, 2019: RFP complete
Updated March 11, 2016
Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) issued today an “all source” request for proposals (RFP) seeking capacity resources to help meet its customer’s peak energy needs.
APS is seeking approximately 400-600 megawatts (MW) of capacity. This RFP is open to all technologies, including supply side and non-supply side resources. Proposed projects must be able to begin delivery no later than June 1, 2020. The entire RFP process will be monitored and reviewed by a third-party independent monitor.
Any Respondent that fails to submit in PowerAdvocate its Notice of Intent to Bid at or before 5:00 PM (Arizona time)on April 12, 2016, will be removed from the PowerAdvocate system, and will no longer be eligible to participate in the All Source RFP.
2016 All Source RFP Announcement January 21, 2015
2016 All Source RFP Information Update November 20, 2015
IRP Stakeholder Workshop February 9, 2016
RFP Issued March 11, 2016
RFP Bidder's Webinar March 23, 2016
Notice of Intent to Bid April 12, 2016
Confidentiality Agreement Due May 18, 2016
RFP Responses Due June 9, 2016
To register, go to PowerAdvocate and select "Register", then "I am registering as a supplier". In the Referral Information section, enter that you were referred by 2016 All Source RFP.
To register, go to PowerAdvocate and select "Register", then "I am registering as a supplier." In the Referral Information section, enter that you were referred by Teresa Spencer of APS and are requesting access to the “AZ Sun Rooftop Solar Program RFI – Event 44350.”
Anyone with an existing PowerAdvocate account should contact Teresa Spencer by email with their account name and request to be added to this RFI.
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