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Requests for Proposals - 2017 Mass Solar Connect Installer

Dear Stakeholder, 
 
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), is seeking proposals from professionals with significant expertise in installation of residential-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for the below Request for Proposals.

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) recently announced the launch of the 2017 Mass Solar Connect program, which will provide members of selected non-profit groups with competitive pricing for solar PV installations through online installer bidding platforms. Under this round of the program, the non-profit group Mass Energy Consumers Alliance will partner with the online installer bidding platform EnergySage, while the non-profits Self Reliance and the Marion Institute will partner with the online installer bidding platform Pick My Solar.
 
As part of this RFP, MassCEC is seeking applications from residential solar PV installers to participate as part of the 2017 Mass Solar Connect program.

Click here to access the Mass Solar Connect Installer RFP documents.
 
All inquiries related to the RFP should be submitted by email to SolarConnect@MassCEC.com, and must contain "RFP for Mass Solar Connect Installer RFP Questions" in the email subject line. 
 
Below is the timeline for the RFP process. Please review the respective RFP webpage linked above for more details and information.
 
RFP Released April 20, 2017
RFP Proposal Due May 3, 2017
Select and Contract with Installers Late May, 2017
 
Best Regards,
The MassCEC Solar Team
 
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