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If your company has an innovative, clean energy technology, product or service that you feel can support efforts to achieve the Commonwealth's greenhouse gas emission reduction and clean energy goals, this Guide will assist in helping you register your company and product through the Clean Energy Innovative Technology Intake Form.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts manages more than 80 million square feet of buildings at hundreds of sites that annually consume more than 1 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, 6.5 million gallons of heating oil, and 70 million therms of natural gas, and create one million tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year.
The Accelerated Energy Program (“AEP”) was launched in January 2012 to accelerate the implementation of energy and water projects across the Commonwealth and help meet the goals of Executive Order 484. As part of the AEP, DCAMM, in coordination with the Department of Energy Resources and partner state agencies, will retrofit 700 sites encompassing thousands of buildings throughout the Commonwealth.
If your company has an innovative, clean energy technology, product or service that you feel can support efforts to achieve Commonwealth clean energy goals, please complete the Intake Form (link located at the bottom of this page). The information you provide on this form will help us determine the applicability of your innovative technology to state facilities and operations.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts applauds your efforts in developing a product or service which has the potential to help the state meet its energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction goals and thanks you for your interest in making your technology available to Commonwealth agencies.
Note: Product/service submissions shall not be considered an endorsement by, nor do such actions guarantee a contract with, Massachusetts. Products and services will be reviewed and must undergo a fair and open solicitation/procurement process in accordance with Massachusetts procurement laws
All information submitted becomes part of the public record.
Company: Company Name and DBA, if appropriate
*Address: Company Address, *City, *State, *Zip
*Primary Contact: Name of Primary Contact Person, *Email and *Phone
Website: Company Website URL
Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Program (SDP) Certified Business Enterprises: - Check only if you are certified in Massachusetts:
To become certified as a MBE, WBE or M/WBE, you must meet all of the SDO application requirements. For information about the application requirements, go to SDO State Certification website.
The SDO does not certify Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOBEs). For more information about this process please contact the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs at www.vetbiz.gov.
Certification as a MBE, WBE, M/WBE and/or SDVOBE qualifies a business to participate in the Supplier Diversity Program.
Massachusetts-based Small Business Enterprise (SBE): Check this box only if you are registered with the Commonwealth as an SBE. Go here for eligibility requirements and to register: http://www.mass.gov/sbpp
Technology Name: Name of the Technology
*Technology Description: Brief description of the technology - what it is and what it does
*Energy Conservation Measure (ECM): Pick from the dropdown list of ECM's, the major category that most closely matches your technology
*ECM Sub-Measure: Pick from the dropdown list of ECM sub-measures, the measure that most closely matches your device –OR– select <Add New Choice> and include further information in the "Additional Information" section at the bottom of the form
*Technology Readiness Level (TRL): The TRL is a widely used indicator of degree of development of a technology toward deployment on a scale of 1-9, with 9 being fully deployment ready
Chose a level of product development that most closely matches your device
Third Party Evaluations / Certifications: List any industry-recognized third party testing or evaluation your product has undergone, such as UL listing, Energy Star rating, etc.Permits or Licenses: List any required licensing or permitting necessary to operate the technology, if applicableProduct Cost or Range: Include the product cost, or list the range of costs, as appropriate. Include installation costs, subscriptions, operating, maintenance, or other ancillary costs
Cost Description: Include an explanation of cost components
Payback (yrs): Include a typical payback period for this device/methodology
Utility Incentives: Include and incentives to which the utilities may have agreed
Energy savings / Other benefits: Describe any energy savings or other benefits derived from using your deviceMaintenance or Other Operational Needs: Describe commitments that may be required of Commonwealth staff, such as, self-installation, device operation, special training, maintenance issues, etc.
Additional Information: Include any additional Information about your product that we should be aware of
Pilot Demonstration: Please note if you are you willing to conduct a pilot demonstration at a state facility
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