RFI – Partners for Clean Energy Community Microgrid Feasibility Assessment Grants

In anticipation of an upcoming program solicitation, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (“MassCEC”) seeks to obtain information from parties who may be interested in providing assistance to future Community Microgrid Feasibility Assessment Grant Applicants (“Applicants”) and/or joining a project team pursuing feasibility assessment funding.

Applicants will serve as the feasibility study project lead and will apply for funding on behalf of a project team. Applicants for funding will be required to either a) have the capacity to carry out a feasibility study or b) include as part of their project team a proposed consultant to carry out this work.

The information submitted in response to this RFI is available on the MassCEC website to help feasibility assessment grant Applicants facilitate project team formation. 

Who should respond: MassCEC is seeking information from parties that can assist in the development of community microgrid feasibility studies for various Massachusetts communities. Respondents may include microgrid project developers, technology vendors, manufacturers, engineering or design firms, software developers, financial institutions or lending partners, research institutions, nonprofits and others.  Both potential lead Applicants and potential supporting team members are encouraged to respond.

How to respond: The deadline to submit RFI responses has passed. For questions or additional information, please contact Maeghan Lefebvre at mlefebvre@masscec.com