District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE)
08/27/19 4:30 PM Receipt
Grant to a Washington, DC nonprofit, educational institution, university, private enterprise, or faith-based organization to manage subscriber services for District-wide solar energy programs. Funding is intended to provide cost-effective and high-quality subscriber maintenance, enrollment, engagement, and support services for the Community Renewable Energy Facility (CREF) projects funded by the District’s Solar for All (SFA) Program.
The subscriber management services will ensure that SFA program benefits are fully
realized by SFA CREF subscribers, improve subscriber understanding of and engagement with
the SFA program, and aid in the efficient administration of the SFA program.
Subscriber management is critical for securing the long-term benefits of solar energy, keeping participants in the program, and achieving high levels of participant engagement, understanding, and satisfaction with the SFA Program. A successful Applicant will achieve these objectives through the design and implementation of a subscriber management solution. The solution will serve District residents participating in the SFA program and have the flexibility to adapt to changing program needs and the ability to scale as the SFA program expands.
The SFASM Applicant is expected to propose solutions for subscriber management services for two CREF programs, (1) the Oxon Run CREF and (2) the Solar for All CREF Program. For details about these two programs, see: https://doee.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/ddoe/release_content/attachments/RFA%20Solar.All-%20Subscriber%20Management.pdf#page=20
SFASM Project Elements:
For more details about project elements, see: https://doee.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/ddoe/release_content/attachments/RFA%20Solar.All-%20Subscriber%20Management.pdf#page=21
For information about allowable costs, see: https://doee.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/ddoe/release_content/attachments/RFA%20Solar.All-%20Subscriber%20Management.pdf#page=11
For information about Project Outcomes, Outputs, and Deliverables, see: https://doee.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/ddoe/release_content/attachments/RFA%20Solar.All-%20Subscriber%20Management.pdf#page=23
GrantWatch ID#: 186532
The award amount for this grant is not specified.
The Project period begins on the date of DOEE’s Notice of Grant Award to the selected Grantee and continues through September 30, 2020.
It is expected that the Grantee will complete a minimum viable solution for subscriber management that will be operational by November 1, 2019. The Grantee will develop the final project solution according to the timeline in the Project Work Plan.
Depending on the performance of the Grantee and the availability of funds, DOEE may, at its sole discretion, extend the grant period with additional funding for FY2021, FY2022, and FY2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The paper copies must be filed with DOEE at the following address:
District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment
RFA – Grants
1200 First Street NE
5 th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
Attn: RFA 2019-1923-PCD
Email an electronic copy, formatted as a .pdf file, to:
DOEE can be contacted about this RFA (use the RFA’s short name and number whenever
(a) Emailing SubscriberManagementRFA.email@example.com with “RE: RFA
2019-1923-PCD" in the subject line;
(b) In person by making an appointment with Alex Lopez at (202) 673-6741 and mention this RFA by name; or
(c) Write DOEE at 1200 First Street NE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20002, Attention: Alex Lopez RE: RFA 2019-1923-PCD on the envelope.
RFA # 2019-1923-PCD
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