US Army short-lists 20 for RE bidding

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has prequalified 20 more companies to bid on upcoming turnkey contracts for supply of solar, wind and biomass power to participating facilities nationwide.

There are now 79 prequalified companies: USACE previously awarded 58 contracts: solar 22, wind 17, biomass 13, and geothermal six.

USACE spokeswoman Debra Valine tells Recharge that tenders for initial projects will be called in the next several months.

USACE’s Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, Alabama, working with the Army Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF), did the prequalification selection as part of the service’s $7bn Multiple Award Task order Contract (MATOC) programme.

"We are adding these additional companies to those already in the technology pools to ensure we have enough pre-qualified companies ready to submit proposals on task orders as they come up," Log in to read complete article.

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