Kansas City Regional Clean Cities, a program of Metropolitan Energy Center (MEC), has issued an RFP for the Installation of compressed natural gas (CNG) Fuelling Stations in Kansas/Missouri. The deadline for submitting proposals to Metropolitan Energy Center is October 31, 2019.
The objectives of this RFP is to fund 1-3 compressed natural gas (CNG) fuelling stations, which would substantially increase access to CNG fuelling on major travel corridors; and to leverage business and community relationships enjoyed by public agencies; in order to multiply awareness of, and adoption of, alternative fuels by generating shared fuelling agreements where possible.
These facilities are intended as capable of providing CNG fuelling to both light-duty private vehicles and to all classes of freight trucks up to and including Class 8 tractors. Funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE), that is managed through a grant to Metropolitan Energy Centre (MEC), (the “Grant”), will provide up to 45% of total costs toward the purchase of station equipment and installation by the successful applicant.
For details of the RFP visit metroenergy.org/afv-17-rfp.
Proposals must submitted by e-mail to Jeff Windsor, Contract Specialist, Metropolitan Energy Center, 31 W. 31st Street, Kansas City, MO 64108; firstname.lastname@example.org with the proposal attached; no hard copy will be accepted.
Note that the length of proposals is limited to 20 pages. Maps, etc. will not count towards the limit.
The anticipated time for selection of the winning Applicant(s) will be mid-November; and all fuelling station projects shall be completed on or before September 30, 2020.
Source: Metropolitan Energy Center