- Published: 08 January 2016 08 January 2016
Appalachian Power has issued pre-qualification documents for parties interested in bidding on an up-coming Request for Proposal (RFP) for up to 150MW of wind power.
The RFP will seek proposals that would allow Appalachian to own one or more wind projects or purchase the output from wind projects under one or more 20-year renewable energy purchase agreements. Pre-qualification forms must be returned by Jan. 29. Pre-qualified bidders will be notified by Feb. 12, the same day that they are expected to receive the RFP. Final proposals will be due April 1. The wind project of a pre-qualified bidder must be located within Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio or Pennsylvania, be interconnected to the PJM Regional Transmission Operator (RTO), and have a minimum nameplate rating of 40MW. The project must be commercially operational by Dec. 31, 2017.