Bryan Texas Utilities Seeks Long-Term Purchased Solar Power

Posted by SI Staff on November 20, 2008 No Comments
Categories : RFP

Bryan Texas Utilities, the municipal electric company of Bryan, Texas, is now accepting price bids for the supply of solar-generated energy from operators, owners and/or developers of solar energy generation facilities located within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas region. This RFP is seeking long-term purchased power to supplement generation from existing Bryan Texas Utilities facilities.

Bryan Texas Utilities is considering the purchase of utility-scale solar energy up to 10 MW, along with the associated renewable energy credits for the units of energy generated. This purchase will be structured to include the total output from a defined portion of one or more generation facilities to be delivered to Bryan Texas Utilities for a period of up to twenty years. Bryan Texas Utilities requires the entire amount of solar energy capacity specified in the contract be available no later than Jan. 1, 2012.

The proposals received will be evaluated, and the best alternative will be selected that meets all environmental, technological, operational and financial requirements and results in the best value to Bryan Texas Utilities ratepayers over the time horizon studied, the utility says.

For further information, contact Ken Lindberg at klindberg@btutilities.com.

SOURCE: Bryan Texas Utilities

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