Your Pre-Bid Letters of Credit for AIC, ComEd, and MEC will expire on May 22, 2018, the date stated as part of its terms. If you would prefer for the Pre-Bid Letters of Credit to expire on an earlier date, you may submit an amendment to each of the Companies to change the expiration date.
You are asking a question about a situation in which the Bidder presented Proposals for multiple Projects in the first procurement event, completed the Part 2 Proposal including bid assurance collateral and supporting documents for these Projects, is participating in the second procurement but with a different set of Projects, some of which are the … Continue reading We participated in the first procurement event and completed the Part 2 Proposal for our Projects. We are participating in the second procurement event, again with multiple Projects, some of which are the same and some of which are different. Can you confirm that, in this case, a Bidder will have to make changes to the bid assurance collateral and documents related to bid assurance collateral?
No. At this time, all participants in the New Solar RFP must abide by the requirements of the RFP Rules, including showing site control for an area equal to 4 times the size of the Project (AC rating).
The duration of the REC Contract, and all of its terms, are non-negotiable. In your Part 1 Proposal, you have certified that you have reviewed the REC Contract, understood its terms, and that you accept the terms without modifications. We remind you that your Pre-Bid Letter of Credit, or cash provided as bid assurance collateral, … Continue reading Can we change the duration of the REC Contract?
The delivery term under the REC Contract is for 15 years. The delivery term is specified in Public Act 99-0906 (the “Future Energy Jobs Act”) that took effect on June 1, 2017.
No. Each Bidder in the New Solar RFP will be required to provide bid assurance collateral in the form of cash or a letter of credit separately to each of the three Companies (Ameren Illinois Company (“AIC”), Commonwealth Edison Company (“ComEd”), and MidAmerican Energy Company (“MEC”)) for all the Projects for which the Bidder is … Continue reading Can we submit less bid assurance collateral than is required by the aggregate size of the projects we presented in the Part 1 Proposal and still be able to complete the Part 2 Proposal for all our Projects?
The IPA has not yet issued a schedule for additional forward procurements. Please monitor the IPA’s website for an announcement (https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/ipa/Pages/News.aspx).
That is correct. If the information in the Part 1 Proposal submitted in the first procurement event under the New Solar RFP remains valid and up-to-date, please submit the online Part 1 Form without making updates or changes. You will be prompted to acknowledge that all information in the Part 1 Proposal from the first … Continue reading We completed the Part 1 Proposal successfully in the first procurement event under the New Solar RFP. Can you please confirm that if all information provided in the Part 1 Proposal at that time remains accurate and up-to-date then the only action required of us is to resubmit the online Part 1 Form?
If the information submitted during the first procurement event for a Project remains valid and up-to-date, you do not need to re-upload any of the supporting documents. However, if information provided in the Part 1 Proposal in the first procurement event has changed, you must revise the information or inform the Procurement Administrator of that … Continue reading We completed the Part 1 Proposal successfully in the first procurement event under the New Solar RFP. Are we required to re-upload the supporting documents for the Part 1 Proposal?
The Part 1 Inserts can be found in the Final Materials Section on the New Solar RFP page on the procurement website. The Inserts are the same as in the first procurement event.