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From: APS Renewable Energy <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. >
Sent: Thu, Oct 11, 2012 4:23 pm
Subject: APS Renewable Energy: Solar for Schools & Government RFI

APS Renewable Energy

APS is seeking solar developers and installers to construct 100kWdc to 500kWdc sized solar photovoltaic facilities to meet a goal of approximately 7MWdc of solar energy production for the Solar for Schools and Government program.

This RFI seeks to identify a pool of qualified solar installer firms who will be given the opportunity to bid on future individual Schools and Government solar installation projects that will occur throughout the APS service territory in 2013. 

This RFI will be tentatively released October 12, 2012 with an open window of two weeks.  APS will use the PowerAdvocate platform for this RFI.

To register with PowerAdvocate, please visit www.poweradvocate.com and select "Register". Select "I am registering as a supplier". In the Referral Information section, enter that you were referred by Tiffany Rodriguez of APS and are requesting access to the “APS Solar for Schools and Government RFI”.

If you have an existing PowerAdvocate account, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to provide your account name and request it be added to this RFI.


APS Renewable Energy


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