REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Published: January 13, 2023
Bids Due: February 15, 2023 by 5:00 p.m. CST
Solarize Green Country invites proposals from contractors specializing in the design and installation of residential and commercial solar photovoltaic and battery storage systems to participate in a Solarize campaign for Tulsa, Pawnee, Osage, Washington, Rogers, Creek, Okmulgee, and Wagoner Counties.
Pre-Bid Meeting: Organizers of the campaign held a virtual pre-bid meeting via Zoom on January 23, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. CST. Prospective bidders were encouraged to attend this meeting to get an overview of the campaign and participate in a Q&A session.
Solarize Green Country is a program promulgated by a public-private coalition consisting of Ready for 100 Tulsa Campaign, Oklahoma Solar Association, Indian Nations Council of Governments, Oklahoma Renewable Energy Council, Real Good Food, Price Family Properties, Green Country Group of Oklahoma Sierra Club, Environmental Energy & Natural Resources Advocates, and Solar Crowdsource. The objectives of the Solarize Green Country program are to:
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS
Contact Solarize Green Country
Contact Solarize Green Country at the email address below only for any questions about this RFP (do not contact members of partner organizations). All questions and answers will be posted below.
Questions and Answers
(all questions submitted to the email address above will be posted here)
Question: Are you ok with out of state, national finance partners?
Question: Would you give preference to Oklahoma based finance partners?
Answer: No, although an Oklahoma-based finance partner would be great, due to the importance of onboarding viable financing options, there is no stated preference for in-state or out-of-state financing.
Question: Are zero dealer fee financing methods given more points than dealer fee financing?
Answer: We consider financing as a whole rather than their component parts, including but not limited to, dealer fees, interest rates, amortization, and underwriting qualifications.
Question: Are past RFPs submittals are public anywhere?
Answer: No, submittals often contain proprietary information and therefore we do not make them public.