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EfficiencyOne issues RFP for Rental Properties & Condos Service

August 20, 2015 - EfficiencyOne, the operator of the Efficiency Nova Scotia franchise, has issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) to select a delivery agent for the Efficiency Nova Scotia Rental Properties and Condos Service.

August 20, 2015  By  Renée Francoeur

The Rental Properties and Condos Service is designed to engage Multi-Unit Residential Building (MURB) tenants and landlords by offering the direct installation of energy efficient products within tenant units at no charge to the customer. Participants of this service include Nova Scotian multi-unit residential buildings or complexes of 20 tenant units or more, as well as all Housing Nova Scotia properties.

The successful proponent will be responsible for identifying customers, arranging appointments, replacing inefficient products with a comparable energy efficient model, and documenting additional building conditions. During the installation portion of the service, the agent will record all of the products replaced in each unit and a count of inaccessible or already efficient products. The delivery agent will also document the age and condition of the building envelope, energy systems, and appliances.

The company noted the proponent is responsible for all aspects related to the delivery of the service including but not limited to staffing, supply of energy efficient products, and associated administration.

Intent to respond forms are due Sept. 18, 2015 and proposals are due Oct. 2.


For those firms or individuals who are interested in a subcontractor role only, and would like this to be known publicly, they are invited to send their contact information, as well as a brief summary of their skills and qualifications to, prior to Sept. 11. This information will be shared publically on websites where the RFP is posted and with proponents that have submitted an intent to respond form.

A decision is expected to be made by Nov. 2.

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