Resources: FOA-RFI-RFP

  • CT DEEP Launches RFP – Mixed Results for Energy Storage

    Posted: March 10, 2016 - 12:16 / CT / FOA-RFI-RFP

    Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) released its clean energy RFP yesterday, March 9. ESA has been engaged with CT policymakers on the rules of the RFP, and we wish to share with you the results of our efforts.

  • SDG&E Seeks Energy Storage, Renewable and Other Clean Energy Resources

    Posted: March 8, 2016 - 09:47 / RFP / FOA-RFI-RFP

    SAN DIEGO, March 7, 2016 - San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced it is seeking up to 140 megawatts (MW), of new "preferred energy resources," including energy storage, renewable energy, distributed generation, energy efficiency and demand response. The solicitation for additional preferred energy resources builds upon SDG&E's significant investments in clean energy. The utility currently has more than 60 renewable contracts representing more than 2,400 MW of renewable energy, the equivalent of powering more than 700,000 San Diego homes for a year. In 2015, SDG&E became the first California utility to supply its customers with a third of its energy, 33 percent, from renewable resources.

  • NYSEG Seeking Proposals for Innovative Alternatives to Necessary Upgrades at Its Java Substation

    Posted: February 8, 2016 - 12:40 / RFP / FOA-RFI-RFP

    New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG), a subsidiary of AVANGRID, is seeking innovative solutions to address the need for electricity system upgrades in Wyoming County in Western New York.

  • ConEdison and Orange & Rockland Seeking Request For Information for Grid-Scale Energy Storage

    Posted: February 2, 2016 - 12:36 / RFI / FOA-RFI-RFP

    Con Edison, and Orange & Rockland Utilities are seeking energy solution partners who can show them how integrating energy storage on a large scale with their existing power systems can financially benefit their customers, their business, and the partners themselves.

  • Austin Energy Request for Information (RFI) for the Storage of Energy

    Posted: December 30, 2015 - 16:00 / ERCOT / FOA-RFI-RFP

    Austin Energy is seeking information from companies qualified and experienced in the development, operation and delivery of energy from commercially-available energy storage technologies to be deployed in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) market.

  • TCEQ Offers Grants for Emission-Reduction Technology

    Posted: November 19, 2015 - 15:00 / TX / FOA-RFI-RFP

    The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality has announced that applications are now being accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Feb. 16, 2016, for New Technology Implementation Grants. The program is part of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan, and provides up to $3.5 million in grants for eligible individuals and businesses who build, own, and operate new technologies to reduce emissions from point sources or store electricity related to renewable energy.

  • Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) Request for Offers

    Posted: November 4, 2015 - 11:25 / FOA-RFI-RFP

    PG&E is exploring the potential development of a Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) project and is issuing this Request for Offers (RFO) per the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Smart Grid Demonstration Program. In addition to the DOE, the CAES project has received funding from the California Energy Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission.

  • NAVFAC INDUSTRY DAY: ENERGY STORAGE SOLUTIONS

    Posted: August 18, 2015 - 09:10 / FOA-RFI-RFP

    Request for Information (RFI) seeking industry participation in an Energy Storage Solutions Industry Day meeting to be held in San Diego, CA to foster the exchange of information between DON and industry regarding Energy Storage Solutions.  This exchange of information will allow for the continued research, review, development, and implementation of shore based energy storage devices and systems. SUMMARY: Companies are invited to attend a one‐day Energy Storage Solutions Industry Day meeting to be held in San Diego, CA on September 14, 2015 at the Admiral Baker Clubhouse, from 09:00 a.m. PDT to 5:00 p.m. PDT.  The meeting will provide an opportunity for Energy Storage System developers, users, and suppliers to discuss Energy Storage technologies, criteria concerning the topic, and potential methods of shore based energy storage.

  • ARPA-E FOA: INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT IN ENERGY-RELATED APPLIED SCIENCE (IDEAS)

    Posted: August 7, 2015 - 10:06 / FOA-RFI-RFP

    This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is intended to provide rapid support to revolutionary applied energy research (Studies) that may lead to new ARPA-E programs to develop transformational and disruptive energy technologies. Studies are defined as single-phase efforts of durations less than 12 months and cost less than $500,000. Awards will be issued through Grants. The broad objective of this FOA is to identify disruptive concepts in energy-related technologies that challenge the status quo and represent a leap beyond today’s technology. An innovative concept alone is not enough; the idea must also have the potential to be impactful—meaning that, if successful, it represents a fundamentally new paradigm in energy technology with the potential to make a significant impact on ARPA-E’s Mission Areas (see Section I.A). Concepts of particular interest have the potential to achieve percentage-level reductions in U.S. energy consumption, energy-relatThis Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is intended to provide rapid support to revolutionary applied energy research (Studies) that may lead to new ARPA-E programs to develop transformational and disruptive energy technologies. Studies are defined as single-phase efforts of durations less than 12 months and cost less than $500,000. Awards will be issued through Grants. The broad objective of this FOA is to identify disruptive concepts in energy-related technologies that challenge the status quo and represent a leap beyond today’s technology. An innovative concept alone is not enough; the idea must also have the potential to be impactful—meaning that, if successful, it represents a fundamentally new paradigm in energy technology with the potential to make a significant impact on ARPA-E’s Mission Areas (see Section I.A). Concepts of particular interest have the potential to achieve percentage-level reductions in U.S. energy consumption, energy-related imports, or greenhouse gas emissions.ed imports, or greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Department of Energy Funding Opportunity: Generating Realistic Information for Development of Distribution and Transmission Algorithms (GRID DATA)

    Posted: June 15, 2015 - 04:42 / DOE / FOA-RFI-RFP

    ARPA-E seeks to fund innovative ideas for the creation of large-scale, realistic power system models (transmission, distribution, and hybrid models that include both transmission and distribution), validated by real data, and relevant for the testing and evaluation of emerging power system optimization algorithms. The models created under this program must be releasable to the public with no restrictions. Power system network models (section D.1) will be accompanied by a large number of detailed scenarios that represent specific operating points. These scenarios should correspond to the characteristics of the grid today as well as future (i.e. scenarios that reflect different load characteristics or with substantial renewable generation). ARPA-E also seeks to fund the creation of a public power system model repository (section D.2). It is intended that the repository will become a long-term community resource existing well past ARPA-E’s initial investment. The models and repository created in this program may be used as the basis for an ARPA-E OPF algorithm competition.

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