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Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc. has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to identify potential sources of renewable energy.

The Florida generation and transmission cooperative is seeking up to 250 MW of renewable energy to help meet its member systems' growing demand and to diversify its resource portfolio. Seminole is not charging a fee for proposal submission.

Seminole is seeking any type of renewable resource located in or planned for construction in Florida, including baseload resources designed for continuous operation and intermediate/peaking resources. Proposed renewable resources must be at least 1 MW in maximum generating capacity.

Seminole will consider all renewable technologies and the RFP is open to all power providers.

Deadline: June 13

More information: seminole-electric.com

SOURCE: Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc.



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