NYSERDA in call for CHP inspector

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has issued a call for contractors to inspect and re-commission combined heat and power (CHP) systems being installed under a state programme. The authority plans to sign a 48-month contract for the services, with an option to extend the contract for an additional 12 months.

Some 200 CHP projects are expected to be installed through NYSERDA’s CHP Acceleration Program, mostly in New York City, over the next four years.

The inspector will verify CHP systems and their associated monitoring/data logging as well as re-commissioning services.

Proposals are due by 19 May.

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