RFI 2568 CHP Program – CHP System Pre-Qualification
The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Program provides incentives for the installation of CHP systems through PON 2568, which supports an accelerated procurement process where customers select from a set of pre-approved, pre-engineered CHP modules supplied by approved CHP Vendors (the Catalog Approach) or the more traditional design/build procurement process specifically for larger customers that are not adequately met by the Catalog Approach (the Custom Approach).
Under the Catalog Approach, a CHP System consisting of one or more pre-approved Catalog Modules is installed with the approved Vendor acting as a single point of responsibility for the entire project and providing a minimum 5-year maintenance/warranty agreement on the CHP System. Under this approach, NYSERDA will only accept applications from, and will only contract with, approved Vendors.
Through this RFI 2568, NYSERDA is accepting applications from vendors of packaged CHP equipment that wish to become eligible to receive incentives under PON 2568’s Catalog Approach (approved Vendor) through the installation of pre-approved CHP equipment (Catalog Module).