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Seattle : 2020 CONSERVATION POTENTIAL ASSESSMENT.Washington Administrative Code (WAC 194-37) requires Seattle City Light to prepare Conservation Potential and biennial targets every two years.The Seattle City Light Conservation Potential Assessment will identify the cost-effective and achievable energy conservation potential within its service territory over the 20-year period of 2020-2040.The Seattle City Light Department ("City Light" or the “Department”), which was established in 1910 bythe City of Seattle, is managed by Seattle’s Mayor and overseen by the nine-person Seattle City Council. It owns significant hydroelectric resources and its 131 square mile service territory includes Seattle and several surrounding cities. City Light serves approximately 422,000 customers and has total operating revenues of over $900 million.Seattle City Light has operated the nation’s longest-running energy efficiency program. Since 1977, the Customer Energy Solutions Division (CES) has provided its customers energy efficiency services. The results of these efforts have been significant: delivering a cost-effective energy resource for the utility; reducing residential, commercial and industrial customers’ bills; and avoiding greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts of energy production. CES has an annual budget of approximately $59 million and a staff of 75.Beginning in 2010, City Light has complied with Washington State’s Initiative-937 (RCW 19.285 and WAC 194-37-070). This Energy Efficiency Resource Standard requires the Department to set a target for all cost-effective conservation to be achieved in the subsequent two-year period. This target is established by using methodology consistent with the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s (NWPCC) 7th Power Plan.This solicitation is divided into two distinct Phases, as outlined below:Phase IThe purpose of issuing this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from qualified firms to provide a Conservation Potential Assessment (CPA) and End-Use Forecast to quantify the amount, the timing, and the cost of electric conservation resources available within the City Light service territory. The primary objective of this study is to establish cost-effective energy conservation targets necessary to meet the legal requirements associated with Washington Administrative Code. Secondary objectives for this RFP are to develop or support the development of an end-use forecast model calibrated to City Light’s service territory and retail sales, identify energy conservation-related data gaps, provide appropriate solutions to those data gaps, deliver business process recommendations, and inform City Light’s 2020 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 1 and associated resource acquisition portfolios. All objectives need to be met by mid-2019 to meet this timeline. If budget and time allow, this contract may also include tasks on hard-to-reach and underserved markets, demand response, and distributed generation.1 Seattle City Light’s 2016 Integrated Resource Plan can be accessed at http://www.seattle.gov/light/IRP/default.aspPhase IICity Light is interested in completing a second CPA and End-Use Forecast by mid-2021. Phase II will be used to complete any research and/or data gathering to complete the next CPA and Forecast. City Light, at its discretion, may use the same consultant for both Phase I and Phase II, or conduct a solicitation process for Phase II.The term of the contract shall extend from the date of execution by the Superintendent of Seattle City Light, or designee, for two years. City Light has identified $200,000 from its 2018 Budget for Phase I. The original contract will be for Phase I only but can be extended upon mutual agreement for additional two- year term for Phase II. City Light has identified an additional $200,000 from its 2020 Budget for Phase II, which is subject to approval by the Seattle City Council. The City’s proposed schedule is outlined in the RFP.The contract that is awarded as a result of this RFP will be awarded in a manner that will comply with all applicable laws of the United States, State of Washington, the City Charter, and Ordinances of the City of Seattle
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CITY OF SEATTLE LIGHT DEPARTMENT
700 5th Avenue Suite 3200 P.O. Box 34023
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