LANDFILL GAS RFP

NCMPA1 has issued an RFP for developers interested in submitting proposals to build landfill gas electric generation systems at landfills in the cities of High Point and Albemarle. Please follow the link below to view the RFP. To read more about the current RFP and other associated documentation, click on the following links:

Contact Andrew Fusco at (919) 760-6219 or Katherine Horton at (919) 760-6234 for more information.

Renewable Generators Interconnecting with NCMPA1

Renewable generators that interconnect with a NCMPA1 Participant City may be eligible for the NCMPA1 Solar REC Standard Offer or the NCMPA1 REC Standard Offer. The nameplate capacity of the generator must be 200 kW or less in order to qualify for this offer. To read more about the current REC Standard Offer, click on the following link:

NCMPA1 REC Standard Offer

Contact Andrew Fusco at (919) 760-6219 or Katherine Horton at (919) 760-6234 for more information.

Qualified Facilities (QFs) Interconnecting with NCEMPA

NCEMPA has established an avoided cost schedule for QFs that interconnect with one of its Participant Cities. QFs that execute an interconnection agreement with a NCEMPA Participant City may be eligible to receive energy and capacity payments for the output of their facility. To read more about the NCEMPA Avoided Cost Schedule, click on the following link:

Notification of Updated Avoided Cost Schedule

Contact Andrew Fusco at (919) 760-6219 or Cecil Rhodes at (919) 760-6231 for more information.

Swine Renewable Energy

June 26, 2012

North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA) and North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1 (NCMPA1) have jointly issued a request for proposals (RFP) for NorthCarolina Swine Renewable Energy Certificates (Swine RECs) to meet theirobligation under the North Carolina Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS).  The RFP isseeking Swine RECs produced by renewable facilities within the state of North Carolina.  The Swine RECs must meet therequirements of North Carolina Session Law 2007-397 (Senate Bill 3).  The RFP is seeking multi-year proposals for SwineRECs with production starting as early as 2013.

North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA) isthe full requirements supplier to 32 municipal utility members that are locatedwithin the Progress Energy Carolinas (PEC) service area. North CarolinaMunicipal Power Agency Number 1 (NCMPA1) is the full requirements supplier to19 municipal utility members that are located within the Duke Energy Carolinas(DEC) service area. 

View the complete RFP

The Notice of Intent to Respond is due by July 30, 2012, andthe Due Date for Proposals is August 15, 2012.

NCMPA1 is currently seeking up to 2,000 North Carolina Swine Renewable Energy Certificates (Swine RECs) generated within North Carolina prior to December 31, 2012.  Generators of Swine RECs should contact Andrew Fusco at afusco@electricities.org or (919) 760-6219 if they are interested in submitting a proposal for selling Swine RECs.

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