WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
SOLICITATION # 2014AMMS: Addendum #3 Final Response to Questions: Response to questions as of April 22, 2014.
SOLICITATION # 2014AMMS: Addendum #2 Response to Questions: Response to questions as of April 16, 2014.
SOLICITATION # 2014AMMS: Addendum #1 Deadline Extensions: Deadline for proposal questions extended to Friday April 18; deadline for the posting of answers extended to Tuesday April 22; deadline for notice of intent to bid extended to Friday April 18; closing date for proposal submissions extended to Thursday May 1. Required years of incorporation reduced from five (5) years to two (2) years.
SOLICITATION # 2014AMMS:
Permanent Designations For Areas Surrounding
Alamance, Martin, Mecklenburg and Scotland Counties
The North Carolina Weatherization Assistance Program in the N.C. Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources (DEMLR) seeks one or more administrators of weatherization services for areas surrounding Alamance, Martin, Mecklenburg and Scotland Counties. DEMLR is interested in receiving responses from units of local government and 501(c)(3) non-profit entities who: 1) have been incorporated for at least five years; 2) are able to provide the services described in the "Scope of Work" section of the solicitation; 3) have, or will establish, an operational office within the service area/counties being applied for. A successful applicant must: Be a Community Action Agency (CAA) or other non-profit or public entity; Have experience and performance in weatherization or housing renovation activities; Have experience assisting low-income persons; Have the capacity to undertake a timely and effective weatherization program. Completed paper work must be submitted by the revised deadline 2 p.m. Thursday, May1, 2014. All questions should be e-mailed to email@example.com no later than the revised deadline 5 p.m Friday, April 18, 2014.
-- Solicitation #2014AMMS
-- Sample Work Plan
-- ADDENDUM #1
The N.C. Energy Policy Council met on Wed., March 19, 2014 in room 1210 of Green Square Building (217 W. Jones St.) in Raleigh. Click on the image below to watch an archive video of the March 19 Energy Policy Council meeting.
On Aug. 21, 2013, the N.C. Energy Office was merged into the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The Energy Program is a part of the Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources.
The mission of the Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources is to promote the wise use and protection of North Carolina's land and geologic resources. Within the division, Land Quality Section programs regulate and provide technical assistance related to mining, dam safety, sedimentation control and to the exploration and development of energy; the N.C. Geological Survey performs scientific investigations, provides technical assistance and maps the state’s geological resources; and the division as a whole supports public education in the earth sciences.
The Energy Program is dedicated to ensuring a sustainable energy future for the citizens of North Carolina. To achieve this, the program provides services and technical expertise focused on energy efficiency in the public sector, encouraging the growth and development of the state’s energy economy and making North Carolina a leader in the creation of energy jobs. The program works to increase the use of renewable energy, alternative fuels and energy efficiency throughout the state, serving as the principal source of information for these energy areas.
The N.C. Energy Program is affiliated with the Weatherization Assistance Program, which is also a part of the Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources. The Utility Savings Initiative, which had been a part of the former State Energy Office, is now a program in the Division of Environment Assistance and Customer Service. In addition, the Energy Program provides staffing for the state Energy Policy Council.
The leadership team includes:
- Star Hodge
To contact the office call 919.707.9238 or 919.707.9246