Bidder Registration Form

Evaluation Form for Thermal Generation Resources

Evaluation Form for Energy Storage and Renewable Generation Resources

Evaluation Form for Firm Liquidated Damages Energy and Capacity

Evaluation Form for Call Option Products

Evaluation Form for Load Management from Demand-Side Resources

Evaluation Form for MISO Zonal Resource Credits

Confidentiality Agreement

WVPA 2022 RFP Schedule 

RFP Scheduled September 8, 2022
Notice of Intent to Provide Proposal Deadline September 26, 2022
Final Date for RFP Question Submittal September 30, 2022
Round 1 Bid Proposals Due October 7, 2022
Short-List Notification November 18, 2022
Round 2 Bid Proposals Due December 20, 2022
Round 2 Finalist Selection January 20, 2023
Complete Negotiation of Final Contract TBD

Bidder/Stakeholder
Questions and Responses

WVPA2022RFP@acespower.com will be provided below.

Relevant questions and responses related to the WVPA 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.

The RFP does seek to obtain up to 200MW of firm capacity. However, as stated in Section 2 of the RFP, WVPA will also consider additional resources if they can provide economic, reliability, or strategic benefits.

As stated in Section 2.2.2 of the RFP, WVPA is not and will not be responsible for site selection, land acquisition, environmental permitting, state and local permitting, or any infrastructure fundamental to the project’s successful completion.

WVPA will consider replacement RECs such that the RECs have the same compliance attributes as the RECs of the proposed facility. WVPA will consider renewable projects without RECs.

The PPA security will be negotiated individually on a case by case basis.

There is not a physical Busbar location requirement for renewable PPA/BTA proposals. As described in the RFP, proposals in or delivering to MISO Zone 6 are preferred. WVPA will consider proposals for other MISO North Zones if they provide economic and reliability benefit to WVPA.

The RFP does seek to obtain up to 200 MW of firm capacity. However, as stated in Section 2 of the RFP, WVPA will also consider additional resources if they can provide economic, reliability, or strategic benefits.

This contract arrangement is not preferred, but would be considered if it can provide economic, reliability, or strategic benefits.

WVPA seeks to obtain up to 200MW total of firm capacity. However, as stated in Section 2 of the RFP, WVPA will also consider additional resources if they can provide economic, reliability, or strategic benefits. 

WVPA will consider both PPA and BTA structures. Preference will be given to proposals that provide WVPA with the greatest economic, reliability, or strategic benefits

Unfortunately, the locations listed on power sites are reserved for C&I customers within WVPA’s members’ territories and are not available for development.