Third-Party Support Providers: Energy Code Plan Review & Inspection (RFQL 4698)

Due Date:  12/31/2024  (Round 1)


NYSERDA looks to establish a pool of competent, qualified third-party support providers that can assist Authorities Having Jurisdictions (AHJs) with residential and commercial plan reviews and inspections. Working with industry experts, NYSERDA has developed a series of specific qualifications based on the following criteria: a) Required Certification and b) Valid Work Experience for individuals who are interested in being considered as third-party support providers. It should be noted that the qualifications for the third-party support providers roles are based on an analytical review of core competencies which have built-in energy code enforcement training requirements.

Qualified candidates are being sought for the following Third-Party Support Provider Roles:
  • Residential Plans Examiner
  • Residential Inspector
  • Commercial Plans Examiner-Prescriptive
  • Commercial Plans Examiner-Performance
  • Commercial Inspector
Candidates can submit proof of qualifications to be considered for one or more of the five third-party support provider roles listed above.
Applicants will need to provide their current certifications, valid professional licenses, curriculum vitae (CV), proof of insurance coverage and license to do business in NYS. Additionally, applicants will need to attest to having completed a minimum of 6 hours of NYSERDA Energy Code Training available at as well as relevant energy code training such a COMcheckTM Basics by US Department of Energy (DoE), REScheckTM Basics by US DoE , and other training modules related to specific provider roles

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