New Jersey water agency seeks small hydro proposals

The New Jersey Water Supply Authority seeks statements of qualifications and technical proposals to assess the feasibility of developing small low-impact hydropower projects at two reservoirs and a canal. Responses are due May 14.

NJWSA seeks professional services to conduct an economic and engineering feasibility assessment for hydroelectric projects at Spruce Run and Round Valley reservoirs in Hunterdon County. It also plans a preliminary feasibility assessment for low-head micro-hydropower generation at flow control sites on the Delaware and Raritan Canal, in New Jersey’s Hunterdon, Middlesex, and Somerset counties.

The authority’s selection committee will evaluate statements and technical proposals. The highest rated firms will be invited to submit a fee proposal.

A copy of the scope of services is available from the NJWSA Procurement Office at (1) 908-638-6121, ext. 300. The solicitation, RFP WSA-R09016, is on the procurement link of the authority’s Internet site,

Statements of qualifications and the technical proposal are due May 14 to: New Jersey Water Supply Authority; 1851 Route 31, P.O. Box 5196, Clinton, NJ 08809. For information, contact Edward Buss at (1) 908) 638-6121, ext. 261.


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