Document Number: RFR-ENE-2010-012 Issued By: Department of Energy Resources / Department of Energy Resources
Enterprise Energy Management System for State Facilities
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The RFR has been amended. Appendix A (Evaluation Criteria) has been updated and the requirement for the bill auditing function of the Enterprise Energy Mangement System has been changed.
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Department of Energy Resources / Department of Energy Resources
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MGL c. 7, § 22, §22N; c. 30, § 51, § 52; 801 CMR 21.00 and 808 CMR 1.00.
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This RFR is intended to help Massachusetts achieve scalable and dramatic improvements in the energy performance of buildings in the Commonwealth, by selecting a qualified vendor to implement an enterprise energy management system (EEMS) for state facilities. The broad vision for the EEMS is that, when installed, it will provide relevant energy information that will allow parties to identify trends and anomalies. When analyzed, this data can provide a basis for recommending initiatives to reduce the energy consumption within those buildings and make energy and cost saving changes, helping to target the state's funding of these projects.
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