The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (The Partnership) requests proposals for program providers under The Illinois Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA) Solar Training Pipeline Program. Pursuant to FEJA, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is disbursing $3 million in 2021 to continue funding the Solar Training Pipeline Program. The Partnership will administer the review process and make final grant recommendations to ComEd. ComEd will disburse the funds and oversee program implementation throughout the life of the grant.
The following message is from Ameren Illinois regarding the 2022-2025 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Request for Interest:
Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas will be issuing requests for proposals (RFPs) to select contractors for the next four year energy efficiency portfolio cycle (Phase 4) which begins on January 1, 2022 and ends December 31, 2025. RFPs will be released for the following services:
Nicor Gas will soon release a request for proposal (RFP) to solicit and select a single implementer for the Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program – Home Energy Reports (HER) Behavior Modification Program. The Company expects the Contractor to manage the program for a 48-month period, commencing January 1, 2022 and ending December 31, 2025. Final therm-savings reporting will take place on or before March 1, 2026.
Commonwealth Edison Company (“ComEd”) will be issuing a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) to select Implementation Contractors to manage multiple energy efficiency programs for its next four-year portfolio plan (“Plan 6”) covering the period of January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2025. Due to the breadth and scope of these Program Groups, ComEd strongly encourages bidders to consider teaming with other organizations, including those with diverse and complementary capabilities that have experience and expertise within the desired Program Group.
Duke Energy is soliciting information on acquiring new, diverse power supplies from commercial providers for its Indiana customers.
“One of our goals is to diversify our Indiana power generation in a moderate and orderly transition,” said Duke Energy Indiana President Stan Pinegar. “We’re soliciting the market for all types of power supplies, with a focus on renewable energy sources. This request for information gives developers the opportunity to let us know what may be available or what they would be interested in pursuing.”