Clean Energy Training Services (RFQL 4145)

Due Date:  Continuous


Workforce development and training are essential components to a bustling 21st century economy and a cleaner, healthier New York. But today’s workforce is not yet set up to meet the requirements and achieve the possibilities of the clean energy economy. With a commitment of nearly $70 million through 2025, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) will work to change the landscape of New York’s workforce through clean energy workforce development and training.
NYSERDA is issuing this Clean Energy Training Services RFQL to establish a pool of contractors qualified to deliver training, develop curriculum and/or training tools, and provide market expertise and/or other services related to clean energy workforce development and training. Contractors secured under this request will offer program support (some of which may be requests for services on short notice) to help ensure that New York businesses have an adequate supply of new and existing energy efficiency and clean technology workers with the necessary occupational skills, credentials, and experience to participate in the clean energy economy.
NYSERDA is seeking qualified training providers, curriculum developers, and/or market and technical workforce experts in energy efficiency, renewable electric power generation, grid modernization and energy storage, alternative transportation, renewable fuels, and other related areas. In addition, NYSERDA seeks contractors with experience developing certifications/credentials and reaching underserved populations who encounter barriers to accessing training and jobs in the clean energy sector.


BEFORE YOU BID: NYSERDA requires contractors producing content intended to be published to the World Wide Web to adhere to NYSERDA's Accessibility Policy. This includes, but is not limited to, deliverables such as: documents (PDF, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, etc.), audio (.mp3, .wav, etc.), video (.mp4, .mpg, .avi, etc.), graphics (.jpg, .png, etc.), web pages (.html, .aspx, etc.), and other multimedia and streaming media content. For more information, see NYSERDA's Accessibility Requirements [PDF].

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