Buildings / Combined Heat & Power / Drinking & Waste Water / EEAC Consulting / Energy Education / Energy Policy / Financial Instruments  
 Leading By ExampleMarketsMunicipal & Regional / Municipal Energy Technical Assistance / Municipal Light Plants 
Net Metering Task Force Renewable Thermal / ResiliencySolar / Transportation / Undergrounding

View Archived Grants & Contracts - as of 5/4/15


Buildings

Pathway to Zero Grant Program: This PON provides $2.5 million to support feasibility, design and construction efforts for projects targeting a zero net energy outcome. Applications from residential, commercial and industrial entities were due on July 15, 2014.  
 


Combined Heat & Power


Drinking Water and Waste Water

Waste Water Energy Recovery Assistance Program PON-ENE-2014-025 pdf format of Waste Water Energy Recovery PON-ENE-2014-025

Waste Water Energy Recovery PON Q&A pdf format of Waste Water Energy Recovery PON Q&A
 


EEAC Consulting


Energy Education


Energy Policy


Financial Instruments

Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds PON-ENE-2014-045  pdf format of Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds PON-ENE-2014-045

QECB PON-ENE-2014-045 Q&A  pdf format of QECB PON-ENE-2014-045 Q&A
 


Leading By Example

Solar Photovoltaic Canopies PON-ENE-2015-029  pdf format of Solar Photovoltaic Canopies PON-ENE-2015-029
This 2015 Leading by Example Clean Energy Grant Program – Solar Photovoltaic Canopies for state entities seeks to increase installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) parking canopies and innovative solar PV technologies at state facilities with electric vehicle charging stations. The total funding available under this PON is $1.5 million.

Renewable Thermal Feasibility Grant  docx format of Renewable Thermal Feasibility Grant
The Leading by Example (LBE) Program has available up to $2.5 million in grant funding for renewable thermal feasibility and implementation projects at state facilities. DOER is seeking proposals for on-site renewable thermal or combined heat and power projects that are having difficulty moving forward because of economic constraints. Replacing existing LBE Renewable Thermal Feasibility Grant application with new document. The end date was amended to 12/31/15.

Renewable Thermal Project Grant  docx format of Renewable Thermal Project Grant
The Leading by Example Clean Energy Grants for State Entities:
Renewable Thermal Project Grants (PON-ENE-2015-018) provides funding opportunities only for renewable thermal projects. Grants will be between DOER and the state entity. Funding is made available through Alternative Compliance Payments from the state’s Renewable and Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard programs administered by DOER..

Solar Photovoltaic Canopies PON-ENE-2015-004  docx format of Solar Photovoltaic Canopies PON-ENE-2015-004
This 2014 Leading by Example Clean Energy Grant Program – Solar Photovoltaic Canopies for state entities seeks to increase installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) parking canopies and innovative solar PV technologies at state facilities with electric vehicle charging stations. The total funding available under this PON is $1.5 million.
 


Markets

Consulting Services for Low Demand Scenario docx format of rfr-ene-2015-012-low demand scenario

Notice of Award RFR ENE 2015 012 Synapse  docx format of Notice of Award RFR ENE 2015 012 Synapse
 


Municipal & Regional



Municipal Energy Technical Assistance

Help for municipalities, regional school districts, water/wastewater districts and regional planning agencies to negotiate, develop and manage energy projects.

 


Municipal Light Plants
 


Net Metering Task Force

RFQ For Net Metering Task Force Consultant
RFQ ENE 2015 023 Net Metering and Solar Task Force Consultant  docx format of Net Metering and Solar Task Force Consultant
 


Renewable Thermal

RFR-ENE-2015-027 Forest Resource Assessment  docx format of RFR-ENE-2015-027 Forest Resource Assessment
DOER is soliciting Bidders for the acquisition of technical services to complete the Regional Resource Assessment. This will focus on the forest biomass resource available for renewable wood pellet manufacturing, distribution and heating in 20 towns in northwestern Massachusetts. DOER seeks to quantify currently available biomass resource, review sustainable removal recommendations from Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) CH. 61 designated forestlands, and assess regional capacity for economic development and wood pellet certification potential.
 


Resiliency

Community Clean Energy Resiliency: Two PONs provide $40 million in grants and technical assistance, focusing on municipal resilience and clean energy solutions.

Maximum Grant Award Funding Per Municipality  xlsx format of Maximum Grant Award Funding Per Municipality

Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative Question and Answer Forum  pdf format of Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative Q&A Forum

PON-ENE-2014-035

  • Technical Assistance Application Information - Amended  pdf format of Technical Assistance Application Information - Amended
    Clarification – Eligible applicants may submit one application that includes one or more projects involving one or more facilities in response to the solicitation.
    Change – Eligible clean energy generation technology should include: combined heat and power (CHP) and district energy systems utilizing natural gas and renewable energy fuel where CHP or fuel cell systems with waste heat utilization must achieve annual system efficiency of at least 65%; and electric only generation, high efficiency (at least 50%) fuel cells.
  • Technical Assistance Application Forms - Amended  docx format of Technical Assistance Application Forms - Amended
    Clarification – All relevant sections were updated with how to submit multiple projects in one application.

PON-ENE-2014-036

  • Project Implementation Application Information  pdf format of Project Implementation Application Information
     

    Deadline Extension - Application deadline extended to November 10, 2014, 5:00 p.m.

    Clarification - Any PI project applicant that was funded less than 100% of their requested first round PI project application dollar amount may submit a revised PI project Application in the second round of PI project Applications, which will be evaluated by DOER against all other second round PI project Applications.

    Clarification – Eligible applicants may submit one application that includes one or more projects involving one or more facilities in response to the solicitation.

    Change – Eligible clean energy generation technology should include: combined heat and power (CHP) and district energy systems utilizing natural gas and renewable energy fuel where CHP or fuel cell systems with waste heat utilization must achieve annual system efficiency of at least 65%; and electric only generation, high efficiency (at least 50%) fuel cells.

  • Project Implementation Application Forms - Amended  docx format of Project Implementation Application Forms - Amended
    Clarification – All relevant sections were updated with how to submit multiple projects in one application.
    Changes – In the “Specific Project Information” section, question #5, “Design Study and Financial Analysis” items c) and d) were adjusted to more effectively match the output of the Technical Assistance awards.

Consulting Services for Technical Assistance for the Community Clean Energy Resiliency Initiative RFQQ-ENE-2014-029  pdf format of Community Clean Energy Resiliency RFQQ-ENE-2014-029
 


Solar


Transportation

MA Clean Vehicle Project Battery Electric Buses with Wireless Charging pdf format of Vehicle Project Battery Electric Buses with Wireless
CMAQ funded wireless charging pilot


Undergrounding