Duke Energy Carolinas LLC is seeking proposals for up to 500 MW of wind capacity to help meet its targets under North Carolina's 2007 renewable energy and energy efficiency portfolio.
The Duke Energy Corp. subsidiary will accept existing or new generation facilities with capacities between 100 MW to 500 MW and can be transported into its transmission system by the end of 2022. Interested bidders have three options: to offer five- to 20-year purchased power proposals; to build, own and transfer proposals with Duke Energy taking ownership of the new facility; or to offer existing facilities for purchase.
Proposals must be submitted to the web-based platform PowerAdvocate on or before 5 p.m. ET on Sept. 27. More information on the RFP is also available at PowerAdvocate.