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Requests for Proposals (RFP's)

Requests for energy and planning consulting services in New Hampshire listed here may not represent all of the requests currently available. Please contact the requesting agencies for additional details. If you would like to post a notice of an RFP, please use the RFP posting form.

Requests for Proposals from the Office of Energy and Planning

(none currently posted)

Requests for Proposals from NH Municipalities and Other Agencies and Organizations

August 29, 2014

Circuit-Rider Planning Services pdf file

The Rockingham Planning Commission (Commission) provides both local and regional planning services to member communities in its 26-towns planning region in Southeastern New Hampshire. Currently, ten of these communities engage the Commission under special contract to provide so-called "circuit-rider" planning services whereby qualified professional planning services are provided directly to their planning boards (or other land use boards) and tailored specifically to their needs. Due to changes in staffing capacity and needs, the Commission intends to retain consulting services to augment our capacity to provide these services. Qualified planning consultants or firms are invited to submit qualifications in response to this RFQ.

Submission deadline: 4:00PM, September 12, 2014.

August 22, 2014

Renewable Energy Generation Projects pdf file

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC or Commission) is seeking proposals for funding of thermal renewable or electric renewable energy projects located in New Hampshire. Projects or portions of projects that are eligible to apply for a rebate under the Commission's commercial and industrial /C&I) solar rebate program, or the C & I wood pellet central heating system rebate program, are not eligible for funding under this solicitation. Total funding available under this RFP will likely be in the range of $2 million to $3 million. Applications are due September 19, 2014. The minimum grant amount is $150,000; there is no maximum amount.

Proposals must be received by the PUC prior to 4:30 p.m. on September 19, 2014.

August 15, 2014

Part Time Planning Consultant

  • Description
    • The Town of Northwood, New Hampshire is requesting proposals for professional planning assistance. Technical assistance is sought for review of applications and may require attendance at evening meetings, and consultation with applicants. Schedule will generally consist of 8-12 hours per week at the town hall. Northwood has a population of 4250 year round residents with a seasonal increase of summer residents.
  • Qualifications
    • Qualifications include: a comprehensive knowledge of NH land use planning and relevant state laws pertaining to planning and zoning; Bachelor's degree in Planning or related field.
  • Salary/Benefits
    • DOQ
  • Application Submission Deadline
    • September 12, 2014
  • How to Apply
    • Please submit your sealed proposal to Town Administrator Brent Lemire, 818 First New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood, New Hampshire, 03261 no later than 4 p.m on Friday, September 12. For more information contact Board Administrator Linda Smith at 942-5586 ext 205 or lsmith@northwoodnh.org
August 15, 2014

Request for Qualifications - Brownfields Consultants pdf file

The Southwest Region Planning Commission (SWRPC) requests Expressions of Interest, Statements of Qualifications, and Proposed Professional Cost Rates and Fees from professional engineering and environmental consulting firms for Brownfield site assessment services for both Mixed Hazardous Substances and Petroleum-Only contaminated Brownfield sites.

Submission deadline: September 4, 2014, at 5:00PM

August 15, 2014

Legislative Consulting Services pdf file

The NH Association of Regional Planning Commissions (NHARPC) seeks proposals from qualified individuals/firms to assist in tracking, advising and general involvement with legislative priorities for upcoming legislative sessions including the 2015 session. NHARPC sees the importance of staying informed during NH's legislative review process on initiatives related to the work of RPCs. In years past, NHARPC has identified specific bills in both the NH House and Senate which would either foster or inhibit the effectiveness of the work of RPCs and affect the municipalities that we serve. Once identified, these bills are tracked and discussed in order to determine appropriate action, if any, on the part of NHARPC. Through this process, NHARPC has demonstrated that it can provide an important perspective as active practitioners of community and regional planning in NH and assist our member municipalities through regulatory changes. To assist in our effectiveness, NHARPC has benefited from the services of a legislative consultant and the intent is to continue such services.

Closing Date: August 29, 2014

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NH Office of Energy and Planning
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