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DOER provides guidance to assist public officials in implementing EMS projects. The information contained herein is not intended to provide legal advice and is subject to change. DOER developed the following draft model documents to ensure compliance with 225 CMR 10.00 and 225 CMR 19.00. All documents are provided in a form for easy editing. To comment on the draft model documents, please email your remarks to EMS.DOER@state.ma.us. For assistance, please contact Eileen McHugh.
DOER is here to help you complete your EMS projects. The documents here are not intended to provide legal advice, and are subject to change, but they are still reliable resources for you to use to fill out these forms. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these model documents, you can contact:
Eileen McHugh, MCPPOSenior Program Coordinator(617) firstname.lastname@example.org
When you file your Request for Proposal, make sure you provide the RFP Compliance Certification.
When you file your Request for Qualification, make sure you provide the RFQ Compliance Certification.
For use with either the RFP, RFQ, or Contract (EMSA)
You may use an EMSA if your project involves implementing energy conservation measures for energy efficiency and renewable onsite energy.
You may use this agreement with the RFP process, but you will need to use it for the RFQ process.
You will file this if your project only involves renewable onsite energy generation. Make sure that you include the RFP Compliance Certification when you file the RFP.
You will file this EMSA if your project only involves renewable onsite energy generation.