Proposals Sought for $3 Billion Energy Savings Performance Contract Initiative

The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville is initiating the search for proposals for a potential $3 billion multiple-award task order contract spanning 10 years. This contract aims to offer energy and water conservation services at federal facilities.

As indicated in a notice on SAM.gov posted on April 11, the Energy Savings Performance Contracts IV (ESPC IV) contract vehicle will facilitate federal agencies in procuring services without the need for upfront capital costs or special appropriations from Congress.

Selected contractors will be responsible for supporting federally-owned facilities across various locations in the U.S. and abroad, including Australia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the U.K.

The ESPC IV contract will encompass the implementation of energy and water conservation projects, renewable energy initiatives, as well as providing repair and replacement services, operation and maintenance, and measurement and verification services, as outlined in draft solicitation documents.

Interested parties are invited to submit their proposals by May 13 in response to this request.

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