This procurement seeks an Administrator for the Low-Income Weatherization Program’s (LIWP) Multi-Family Component, which focuses on energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades for low-income multi-family affordable housing.
LIWP is an energy efficiency and renewable energy generation program administered by the Department of Community Services and Development (CSD). LIWP consists of several program components, including the Multi-Family Energy Efficiency and Renewables Component (Multi-Family Component), and is one of California’s Climate Investments funded by State Cap-and-Trade auction proceeds. The LIWP Multi-Family Program Administrator provides technical assistance, project monitoring, and inspection of energy efficiency measures and solar photovoltaics installed in multi-family dwellings and common areas at qualifying properties to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The Administrator also disburses incentives to property owners upon satisfactory completion of scopes of work.
This program component has an initial allocation of approximately $14.25 million from CSD’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 LIWP appropriation.
Interested organizations will be able to access applicable procurement documents on CSD’s Contracting Opportunities webpage during the formal solicitation stage at https://www.csd.ca.gov/Pages/contractopportunities.aspx.
- Public Agency
- Tribal Government
Non-Profit, local government agency, or federally-recognized Indian Tribal Government
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