Imperial County RFP; Massachusetts seeks geoexchange

An RFP for Drilling of Geothermal Exploratory Wells in Imperial County, California; A Renewable Heating and Cooling and District Energy Solicitation in Massachusetts.

RFP for Drilling of Geothermal Exploratory Wells, Imperial County, California (respond by Nov. 4)
Renewable Heating and Cooling and District Energy Solicitation, Massachusetts (rolling thru March 28, 2014)

RFP for Drilling of Geothermal Exploratory Wells, Imperial County, California (respond by Nov. 4)
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC POWER AUTHORITY has issued a Request for Proposals for Drilling of Geothermal Exploratory Wells (Temperature-Gradient and Slim Hole) on LADWP Acreage in Imperial County, California. SCPPA is interested in discovering all Respondent’s capabilities related to specified Areas of Interest and associated pricing elements to make an informed decision and potentially proceed to more specific negotiations on contract development with one or more qualified Respondents. The deadline to respond is November 4, 2013 by 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time. The RFP is available at Scppa.org, PDF. Responses are directed to: Kelly Nguyen, Director of Energy Systems; RFP for Drilling of Geothermal Exploratory Wells; Southern California Public Power Authority; 1160 Nicole Court; Glendora, California 91740; knguyen@scppa.org.

Renewable Heating and Cooling and District Energy Solicitation, Massachusetts (rolling thru March 28, 2014)
Via Geothermal Exchange Organization Report to Members — In partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER), the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) has issued a solicitation for construction grant applications for qualifying commercial-scale biomass boiler, geothermal heating and cooling and district energy projects. The solicitation offers assistance for qualifying renewable thermal projects implementing biomass boiler technology, ground source heat pumps and/or qualified district energy systems, including feasibility, design and engineering studies. The program seeks applications from public, private, vocational and regional schools serving any subset of grades K-12; municipal buildings; greenhouses; and not-for-profit organizations. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through 3 p.m., March 28, 2014, or until the funding is exhausted, which-ever comes first. Questions? Contact renewablethermal@masscec.com.

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