Requests for Proposals

Contracting Opportunities

VEIC often engages with communities, organizations and experts to develop and execute leading-edge programs. We aim to work with partners who complement our expertise, who provide rigorous thinking, and who have a solid track record of delivering results.

VEIC is committed to social justice through diversity and inclusion. VEIC is especially interested in working with communities, organizations and experts who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of VEIC, and who can complement and support VEIC's goal of moving towards social justice. VEIC has defined social justice as "the quality of a society that enables people to lead a fulfilling life and be active contributors to their community".

Current RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs from VEIC, including those from Efficiency Vermont, are listed to the right. Questions regarding specific RFPs should be sent to the primary point of contact listed in the guidelines. For general questions, contact us at or (802) 658-6060 / toll-free: (800) 639-6069.

Grants available for non-profits organizations to help low-income Vermonters save energy

Feb 3, 2017, 11:34 AM

Efficiency Vermont and Burlington Electric Department are soliciting proposals from nonprofit organizations to receive grants that will enable them to help low-income Vermonters reduce their energy bills. Under the Vermont Community Energy Partnership Grant Program, non-profit organizations that have on-going relationships with low-income Vermonters are encouraged to submit applications for projects that will help low-income Vermonters:

  1. Achieve energy savings through the direct installation of energy efficient products
  2. Identify energy-saving opportunities in low-income households
  3. Increase their energy awareness.

Efficiency Vermont and Burlington Electric acknowledge that many non-profit organizations serving low-income Vermonters have little or no experience in helping their constituents save energy and reduce utility bills. To address this challenge, Efficiency Vermont and Burlington Electric will provide grant funds to cover staffing costs and related expenses and extensive training on how to effectively undertake energy work described in this request-for-proposal (RFP).

Efficiency Vermont and Burlington Electric expect to award between 5-10 proposals in the range of $10,000 - $30,000 each. We invite non-profit organizations to submit proposals by March 17, 2017. If you have any questions about the RFP, please email them to Paul Markowitz at by February 17, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. All questions and responses will be posted on by 5:00 p.m. February 24, 2017.

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