Partner Clean Energy Business Opportunities
Request for Proposals (RFP) from City of Durham/Durham County - Duke Energy Green Source Advantage Program Renewable Projects
Topic Areas: Green Source Advantage, renewable energy, solar energy, Duke Energy Carolinas territory
Proposal Deadline: February 15, 2021, 3 p.m. EST
his RFP seeks proposers willing to supply up to 30 MW of solar electric energy to the City and County under a long-term power purchase agreement for up to 20 years from one or more solar power plant(s) located in the North Carolina Duke Energy Carolinas territory. The City and County will then evaluate partnering with a selected solar developer as part of Duke Energy’s Green Source Advantage Program. The City and County prefer plant(s) that are currently in the Duke Energy Interconnection Queue and have completed a System Impact Study as required by Duke Energy. For more information, visit the RFP page here.
Financing and Deploying Clean Energy Online Certificate Program
Issued By: Yale Center for Business and the Environment
Concept Paper Deadline: March 14, 2021
The Yale Center for Business and the Environment offers this year-long, admissions-based online certificate for working professionals who seek to accelerate the transition to a clean economy. The key objective of this program is to help professionals understand the interplay of the financial, technological, and socioeconomic drivers in financing and deploying clean energy. See more information on Yale's website here.
North Carolina Volkswagen Settlement Program Phase 1: Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program -- Level 2 Charging Stations (Rebate Program)
Issued By: N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Topic Areas: Electric vehicles (EV), EV infrastructure, Level 2 charging stations, Volkswagen settlement, rebates
Applications Open: January 25, 2021
This RFP for the Level 2 Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Charging Infrastructure Program will assist interested parties in applying for funds using a first-come, first-served rebate process to install light-duty ZEV Level 2 charging infrastructure, as described in the North Carolina Volkswagen Mitigation Plan. Rebate applications will be accepted until the funds are exhausted. See the RFP for information on who may apply for funding, the funding levels for this program, project eligibility, match requirements, activities eligible for funding, and other information that will help applicants plan their projects and submit proposals.