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Charlotte, N.C.-headquartered Duke Energy Carolinas, a natural gas and electricity provider, has issued a request for proposals (RFP) seeking bids for power generated from renewable energy sources, including wind.

According to the company, Duke Energy Carolinas is seeking proposals for projects with a minimum capacity of 2 MW that can be connected to the utility's power delivery system and be operational by Jan. 1, 2012. Bids must come from providers who are new - placed in service since Jan. 1, 2007 - or have already been qualified as suppliers by NC Green Power, a nonprofit program that encourages the development of electricity generated from renewable energy and uses voluntary contributions to pay a premium to renewable suppliers.

Deadline: July 2, 2007
For more information: duke-energy.com/environment/renewable-energy.asp


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