REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The participating planning authorities of the Eastern Interconnection Planning Collaborative: ISO-New England, New York ISO, Ontario’s Independent Electric System Operator, Midcontinent ISO, PJM Interconnection, and the Tennessee Valley Authority, are issuing an RFP to conduct a Gas-Electric System Interface Study for Portions of the North American Eastern Interconnection. This study, which is being conducted under U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant OE-DOE0000343, has four main objectives: 1) baseline the existing natural gas and electric system infrastructure; 2) evaluate the capability of the natural gas system to meet the needs of the electric system; 3) identify contingencies on the natural gas system that could adversely affect electric system reliability and vice versa; and 4) evaluate the costs/benefits of, and issues associated with generator dual-fuel capability. Details of the study may be found in the Statement of Work, located on this web page.
Please review the Statement of Work. If you are interested in bidding on this work please contact PJM’s procurement department at: email@example.com. PJM will provide an Intent to Bid form, which must be completed and returned by August 9, 2013. Subsequent Proposals must be completed via PJM’s electronic bid system by August 30, 2013.
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