Efficiency Nova Scotia on the hunt for energy auditors
May 21, 2015 - Efficiency Nova Scotia has released a Request for Proposals for small business energy auditors. These auditors will provide electrical energy audits to small- and medium-sized businesses.
May 21, 2015 By Renée Francoeur
The organization is looking to offer eligible customers energy audits in the future. In order to be eligible, businesses must consume between 25,000 and 350,000 kWh of electrical energy annually. The service would aim to help reduce energy consumption by determining all potential energy efficient upgrades, Efficiency Nova Scotia explained.
In addition to the on-site audits, successful RFP proponents will be responsible for:
• Customer engagement,
• Identifying and recommending Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs), and
• Reviewing the Efficiency Nova Scotia incentive proposal with the participant.
Proponents that sell, distribute, or represent energy efficient products/technologies; or provide contractor/installation services in Nova Scotia are not eligible for this RFP. However these types of businesses may apply to be a member of the “Efficiency Partner Network”.
Intent to Respond forms are due June 8, 2015. Proposals are due June 15, 2015 and a decision is expected to be made by July 13.
Download the forms below.
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