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Bid Title: Community Choice Aggregation Feasibility Analysis
Category: Professional Services
Status: Closed


Program Background and Overview

County of Tuolumne Innovation and Business Assistance will partner with the County Administrator’s Office and the Tuolumne Public Power Agency to request a Feasibility Analysis that must identify strategies, tactics, and planning tools for developing a CCA consistent with the following goals:  

Utilize the full power allocation of the Tuolumne Public Power Agency
Achieve rate parity or better with PG&E and a lower rate escalation than PG&E over time;
Create regional economic benefits including job creation, increased local energy investment, and reduced energy imports.
Meet or exceed the California Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS);
Provide a project development and ownership strategy that increases the development of renewable energy projects statewide and locally to achieve reductions in greenhouse gases (GHG) from electrical energy generation, and
Expand opportunities for local ownership and investment in energy assets.
Define the opportunity to offer a full-service CCA implementation program.

Publication Date/Time:
11/19/2020 3:00 PM
Closing Date/Time:
12/18/2020 4:59 PM
Submittal Information:
Cole Przybyla
Contact Person:
4.2. Qualifications Content
4.2.1. Past Clients
In this section, you will provide a complete list of past governmental clients that have utilized your firm for similar services, for the past five years with contact information and brief summary of work completed for each client. This must be a comprehensive list as County will conduct reference checks and use it to assess the extent of the Firms specific experience including working with public agencies.
4.2.2. Past Experience
In this section, you will describe your Firm’s demonstrated experience and competence in completing a CCA feasibility analysis.
4.2.3. Project Planning
In this section, you will describe the methodology used by your Firm to manage and communicate long range plans including but not limited to:
• Specific information and scheduling tools used regarding critical path decisions.
• Management of interrelated events.
• How plan changes are evaluated and processed.
• Any other pertinent aspects of conducting projects that conveys competence, congruence and / or continuity.
• Any Firm awarded a contract may be required to utilize the County’s Construction Management Software to track requests for information and change order management.

4.2.4. Key Personnel
For evaluation by County:
• Provide a brief narrative outlining the qualifications of the Project Leader and Team Members that would be assigned to County and include any specific professional credentials held by staff.
• If your Firm is comprised of more than one location, define the location identified with the support team assigned to County.
• If a Joint Venture or Strategic Alliance with another Firm is required or recommended, include a description of the legal relationship and define the role each party assumes.

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