Bidders may complete Inserts by digitally signing the Insert and providing along with the Insert an additional document or information that verifies the identity of the signatory. For Inserts that require the signature to be notarized, notarization is not required if the Insert is digitally signed. The signature line for the Notary Public may be … Continue reading If an Insert is digitally signed, is the signature still required to be notarized?
A Bidder is required to pay the Bid Participation Fee once for all 2020 Procurement Events.
Under the terms of the (AIC) Capacity Agreement, payments to Seller will be reduced if the Compliance Zone ACP is greater than the Source Zone ACP where the Compliance Zone is LRZ4. If the amount of the payment reduction is greater than the unadjusted payment, then Seller (not Buyer) will have to pay Buyer under … Continue reading I understand that there could be a payment adjustment under the (AIC) Capacity Agreement if the ZRCs are not from the compliance zone. Can you provide an example where the adjustment will result in a reduced payment to Seller?
Under the terms of the (AIC) Capacity Agreement, payments to Seller will only be adjusted to reflect an increased payment if the Source Zone ACP is greater than the Compliance Zone ACP where the Compliance Zone is LRZ4. For purposes of the below example, the “ACP” refers to the Auction Clearing Price from the MISO … Continue reading I understand that there could be a payment adjustment under the (AIC) Capacity Agreement if the ZRCs are not from the compliance zone. Can you provide an example where the adjustment will add to the payment to Seller?
Yes, this is correct. Only ZRCs from outside the compliance zone are subject to payment adjustments under the term of the (AIC) Capacity Agreement.
The Procurement Administrator aims to respond to questions within five business days. While the proposal windows for a procurement event are open, the Procurement Administrator aims to respond to questions regarding that procurement event within two business days. Bidders may follow up if they have not received an answer within these time frames at Illinois-RFP@nera.com.
A “Project” has or will have a single meter that satisfies the requirements of the applicable regional transmission organization, transmission provider, or distribution company, and that measures or will measure its generation output. It is unclear whether by “facility” you mean a single Project or whether you mean several Projects that are co-located. To the … Continue reading In the 2019 Utility-Scale Wind RFP, one of the eligibility requirements is that the facility should have a single revenue quality meter. Our facility is anticipated to have multiple meters. Would this fact disqualify us from participation in the next utility-scale procurement event?
The Procurement Administrator has conducted two procurement events to procure RECs from Brownfield projects: the Fall 2018 Brownfield and Utility-Scale Solar RFP and the Summer 2019 Brownfield RFP. No RECs were procured from brownfield projects under the Fall 2018 Brownfield and Utility-Scale Solar RFP. The average winning price of Brownfield Projects under the Summer 2019 … Continue reading Where can I find results for previously awarded projects under the Brownfield RFP?
Yes, the online notary service available through notarize.com may be used.
A previously qualified Bidder is generally eligible to participate in an abbreviated process to submit the Part 1 Proposal. Please see the RFP Rules for a description of this abbreviated process. Some information has been retained in the online Part 1 Form. A previously qualified Bidder must update this information as necessary. A Bidder that … Continue reading Do we have to resubmit all required information if we are a previously qualified Bidder?