Please see Section 5 Participant Savings Requirements in the Illinois Solar for All Program Vendor Manual. Sellers under the REC Contract must demonstrate that any ongoing costs and fees paid by the participant will not exceed 50% of the value of energy generated by the participant’s share of the PV system. The method for calculating … Continue reading If the applicable Net Metering Rate for a customer is $.0600 per kWh, are we required to sell to the customer at 50% of this value, or $.0300 per kWh? Where can I find more information?
Please see Section 5.5 Determining the Energy Rate in the Illinois Solar for All Program Vendor Manual. For residential, Low-Income Community Solar customers that do not use an Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES), and are not enrolled in an hourly pricing program, a statewide, average rate of $.0600 (6 cents) per kWh is used. For … Continue reading Can we determine the Net Metering Rate for a customer using the most recent 12 months of bills even if the resulting figure is different from the statewide, average rate of $0.0600 (6 cents) per kWh? Where can I find more information?
Yes. The process for cancellation will be provided to bidders by the Procurement Administrator along with other post-procurement documents.
The Procurement Administrator provided information about the training session to all bidders in the notification of qualification sent on November 19, 2019. Furthermore, the Procurement Administrator sent an announcement before the training detailing the steps that each bidder would go through to submit its Bid Form.
No. You are not allowed to provide different prices for the full project size and the minimum capacity.
Government entities, such as a city, are not eligible to serve as a CBO under the Low-Income Community Solar Pilot RFP. This extends to the period when the REC Contract is in effect. For purposes of participation in the RFP, only one CBO will be considered and evaluated.
Degradation is not accounted for in the formula to calculate Expected Output (RECs). The Expected Output (RECs), column G, is used to calculate the Cost of Expected Output ($), column H. The sum of the Cost of Expected Output ($) across all of your Projects for which you submit a Bid cannot exceed the budget … Continue reading How is degradation accounted for in the formula for Expected Output (RECs), column G, in the Bid Form and in the REC Contract?
Bidder training is organized for bidders to practice all aspects of the bid submission procedure to be used on the bid date. Bid forms submitted during bidder training are not evaluated. We recommend that bidders practice filling out the bid form during bid training. The bidder can leave blank the Certification on the “General Information” … Continue reading Is the bid form we submit during bidder training evaluated?
The exact amount of the supplier fee will be announced no later than two (2) business days before the Bid Date.
Bidders must use the Standard IPA Pre-Bid Letter of Credit provided as Appendix 5 to the RFP Rules or include only modifications approved by the IPA and posted to the procurement website. The IPA Standard Pre-Bid Letter of Credit is posted under the heading FINAL Fall 2019 Low-Income Community Solar Pilot RFP Documents on the … Continue reading Can we replace the text “New York law” in Paragraph 10 of the Standard IPA Pre-Bid Letter of Credit to reference the state in which our company and/or our bank is located?