|Notice of Request for Applications Posted on Texas Register||02/15/13 after 10 a.m. CT|
|Issuance of Request for Application on Electronic State Business Daily||02/15/13 after 10 a.m. CT|
|Submission of Questions Due||02/22/13 at 2 p.m. CT|
|Official Responses to Questions Posted||03/01/13, or as soon thereafter as practical|
|Application Deadline||03/15/13 at 2 p.m. CT|
|Grant Award/Contract Execution||03/31/13, or as soon thereafter as practical|
|*Dates may be subject to change
If you’re looking for information related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, please refer to our SECO Stimulus Funds section.
Purpose: To partner with local governments, school districts, state agencies and public institutions of higher education to demonstrate renewable energy technologies by installing small scale systems.
Budget Allocation: $2,000,000 in competitive grants for the State Fiscal, September 1, 2012, through August 31, 2013. Individual awards, if any, are not-to-exceed $250,000 in amount.
Who Qualifies: Texas cities, counties, independent school districts, state agencies and public institutions of higher education.
Deadline Information: Please note that all grant applications are due to the Comptroller's office by 2 pm CST on March 15, 2013.
Questions: All written inquiries and questions must be received in the Issuing Office no later than 2:00 p.m. CT on February 22, 2013. Prospective applicants are encouraged to send questions via email to email@example.com or fax to (512) 463-3669 to ensure timely receipt. On or about March 1, 2013, or as soon thereafter as practical, Comptroller expects to post responses to the questions received by the deadline on the ESBD website at: http://esbd.cpa.state.tx.us/. Late Questions will not be considered under any circumstances.”
Contact: For general questions about these instructions or the application form, please contact Jason C. Frizzell, Assistant General Counsel, Contracts, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, at: 111 E. 17th Street, Room 201, Austin, Texas 78774 (Issuing Office) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (512) 463-3669.
If a grant is awarded under the terms of this RFA, Comptroller and SECO anticipate that the selection of grant recipients will be based in part on the criteria set forth in the attached score sheet and the following considerations:
|Name of applicant||County||PROJECT|
|Cooper ISD||Delta||50.5 kW roof-mounted solar PV system at Cooper ISD's elementary school campus located at 1401 SW 8th, Cooper, TX 75432 and another 50.5 kW solar PV system and 80 gallon solar thermal water heater at Cooper ISD's secondary school campus located at 823 FM 1528, Cooper, TX 75432.|
|Avery ISD||Red River||94.07 kW roof mount grid-tied solar PV system and an 80 gallon solar thermal water heater. The solar array will be located at located at 150 San Antonio St., Avery, TX 75554.|
|Texas Tech University – Junction – Llano River||Kimble||40.23 kW roof mounted solar PV system and two 10 kW wind energy systems all grid connected at 254 Red Raider Lane, Junction, Texas 76849.|
|Liberty-Eylau ISD||Bowie||42.75 kW ground mount, grid-tied solar PV system and an 80 gallon solar thermal water heater at 2901 Leopard Dr., Texarkana, TX 75501.|
|Texarkana ISD||Bowie||42.75 kW roof mounted,grid-tied solar PV system and an 80 gallon solar thermal water heater at the Martha and Josh Morriss Mathematics & Engineering Elementary School located at 4826 University Park, Texarkana, TX|
|City of Brownsville||Cameron||77 kW solar PV system and a solar water heating system that is 35,000 btu equivalent at 519 E. Madison Street, Brownsville, Texas 78520.|
|Texas State University – San Marcos||Hays||6 kW solar PV system and a 9 kW wind energy system that will provide energy to a classroom that is used as the SMART lab located at 749 N. Comanche Street, San Marcos, TX 78666.|
|Brownsville ISD||Cameron||70 kW solar PV system and one 5 kW wind energy all grid connected at 4550 U.S. Military Hwy 281, Brownsville, Texas 78520.|
|Northwest ISD||Tarrant||two 4 kW pole mounted solar PV systems and one 5 kW wind energy and one 2.5 kW wind energy systems all grid connected at 7773 Mulkey Lane, Northlake, Texas.|
|Taylor ISD||Williamson||two 3 kW solar pole mounted, 16 kW roof mounted grid-tied solar PV and one 1 kW wind energy system at 355 FM 973, Taylor, TX 76574.|
|Presido ISD||Presidio||72 kW roof mounted, grid connected solar PV system at the Presidio Elementary School located at 701 E. Market St, Presidio, TX 79845.|
|Archer City ISD||Archer||30 kW roof mounted solar PV system on the school annex and adjacent gym buildings at 619 S. Mulberry Street Archer City, Texas 76351.|
|Texas State Technical College – Harlingen||Cameron||17.5 kW (7 x 2.5) of wind energy and 13 kW of Solar PV that will operate LED Lighting at 2201 Airport Drive, Harlingen, Texas 78550.|