June 19 (Renewables Now) - US utility NV Energy, which operates in Nevada, is seeking proposals for 50 MW of renewable or cogeneration power capacity in the state, with bids due by July 6.
The Request for Proposals (RfP) is for 25 MW in southern Nevada and 25 MW in northern Nevada, as announced on Wednesday.
The bidders need to meet the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s definition of a “qualifying facility”. Such a facility has to run on renewable energy or sequentially produce electricity and another form of useful thermal energy such as heat or steam. The winning projects have to reach commercial operation by December 31, 2020 at the latest.
NV Energy will use PowerAdvocate as the response platform for the RfP process, it noted.