Bidder Registration Form

Evaluation Form

Non-Disclosure Agreement

2022 All-Source RFP Schedule 

All-Source RFP IssuedJuly 25, 2022
Q&A on Substantive RFP IssuesJuly 25, 2022 – August 18, 2022
Open Period for Submission of Bidder Registration FormsJuly 25, 2022 – August 11, 2022
Deadline for Submission of Bidder Registration Forms
(Appendix A) at 5:00 p.m. EPT

August 11, 2022

Proposals (Appendix B) Deadline at 5:00 p.m. EPTAugust 25, 2022
Bid Screening and Analysis PeriodAugust 31 – November 14, 2022
Notification of All-Source RFP Short List (ACES will notify bidders)November 15, 2022
Open Period for Submission of Best and Final OffersNovember 16 – December 2, 2022
Final Bid Analysis PeriodDecember 3 – January 12, 2023
Notification to Bidders of Recommendation for Award(s)January 13, 2023
Finalize Mutually Agreeable Contract (subject to Hoosier Energy and
 participating members’ Board of Directors’ approval)

January – March 2023

Bidder/Stakeholder
Questions and Responses

Responses to all relevant questions submitted to
HEREC2022RFP@acespower.com will be provided below.

Relevant questions and responses related to the Hoosier Energy 2022 All-Source Capacity and Energy RFP will be posted on this page. 

Yes, as long as they are relevant to the RFP.

Responses to questions will be provided as soon as practical. Response times will vary depending upon the complexity of the question.

PJM could be considered with supply as a MISO External Resource.

If offered as a bundled product, Hoosier Energy would consider such projects.

Hoosier would consider proposed changes to the NDA posted on the RFP site on a limited case-by-case basis.

Hoosier Energy will consider procuring up to 500 MW by 2028.

Hoosier Energy will consider procuring up to 500 MW by 2028

Hoosier Energy would consider such assets. However, based on additional economic analysis, Hoosier Energy may or may not elect to enter into a PPA with a start date prior to January 1, 2026.

As referenced in Questions 5 and 6, PJM could be considered to supply as a MISO External Resource as long as it can be accredited as a MISO capacity resource correlated to MISO North Zones, refer to RFP section 2.3.

MISO’s Resource Adequacy construct uses External Resource Zones for resources outside the MISO footprint, see MISO Tariff and BPM’s for further detail. The RFP document outlines locational preferences in section 2.3.

As referenced in Questions 5 and 6, PJM could be considered to supply as a MISO External Resource as long as it can be accredited as a MISO capacity resource correlated to MISO North Zones, refer to RFP section 2.3.

As referenced in Question 13, Hoosier Energy would consider proposed changes to the NDA posted on the RFP site on a limited case-by-case basis. 

A list of applicable permits for the proposal required for completion (e.g., air, land use, roads, etc.).  This is not an exhaustive list.

Yes, Hoosier Energy will accept proposals for all MISO North Zones. The RFP outlines locational preferences in Section 2.3.