CBP Notice of Opportunity (NOO) for an ESPC ENABLE Energy Project

Type: Forecast • Source ID: F2022058484


U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) invites current General Services Administration (GSA) Supply Schedule contract holders, to submit a written response Expression of Interest (EOI), for the opportunity to be considered for the ESPC 3project. CBP's facility portfolio for this project includes CBP-owned and long-term leased facilities. These facilities represent approximately 2.4 million square feet of facility space. The CBP facilities were selected as viable candidates for enhancements because the utility bill for each of these facilities exceeds $5,000 annually. CBP is interested in innovative technology solutions and management approaches for upgrading and installing equipment at these CBP facilities. The portfolio includes some of CBP's largest facilities as well as many geographically dispersed, remote, and relatively small facilities. ESCOs must have experience developing and implementing ECMs, incorporating these technologies. Expression of Interest responses must therefore address CBP's objectives for this project presented below: a. Innovative solutions to reduce the cost of site travel throughout all phases of the project. b. Turnkey ECMs that require minimal on-site operation and maintenance support. Proposed ECMs must be able to be easily used and maintained by onsite personnel that do not have facility management backgrounds (particularly for smaller facilities that do not have onsite professional facility managers). c. Solutions that minimize O&M requirements and expenses including spare parts that are not costly and time consuming for small and remote facilities to maintain. The three (3) tasks are detailed below. ESCOs shall address each task in their EOI response. a. ESPC ENABLE b. Cost Wise Readiness - Essential Lighting c. Climate and Energy Resilience - PV and battery energy storage GSA SIN 334512 DOE approved ESCOs only Acquisition Strategy: Competitive order against Dept. of Energy Federal Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Est. Value
Min: $10,000,000
Max: $20,000,000
Est. Award Date
Q3 2024 Future Opp
Set Aside
Forecast Type
New Requirement, No Contract
Place of Performance
Washington DC, NA USA
Customs and Border Protection is forecasted to issue a new procurement for CBP Notice of Opportunity (NOO) for an ESPC ENABLE Energy Project around Q3 2024 worth up to $20,000,000.


Source Level 1 Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Source Level 2 Agency


Point of Contact
Clifton Greenhow   Profile
Point of Contact Email
Point of Contact Phone
(202) 907-7648




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