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Call for Proposals and Qualifications

Help us accelerate energy efficiency in the Northwest

NEEA actively solicits bids on open Requests for Proposals and Qualifications from qualified contractors. View our current requests below for more details. We appreciate your interest in NEEA, and in accelerating energy efficiency in the Northwest.

Residential Lighting Long Term Monitoring and Tracking Study

The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance is seeking well-written, thoughtful proposals for its annual Long Term Monitoring and Tracking study of the Northwest residential lighting market. Proposals should submit innovative, but appropriate qualitative and quantitative research methods to address the research objectives. Research objectives include characterizing the market for compact fluorescent lights, light emitting diodes, halogen, and incandescent replacement lamps and projecting the impacts of the next wave of Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 standards, the US Department of Energy’s current General Service Lamp rulemaking, and ENERGY STAR® Lamps Specification Version 2.0 on the residential lighting market.  Expertise applying qualitative methods, conducting quantitative analyses, implementing complex shelf surveys, and conveying findings in compelling formats, including through the use of infographics, are required.
 
Intent to respond is due August 12, 2016. The deadline for submitting written proposals is September 7, 2016. 
 
RFP Posted:  August 1, 2016.

 


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