Vendors

Are you a contractor or product company that wants to help the City reduce municipal greenhouse gas emissions?

Potential vendors should follow these three steps:

  1. Refer to the City’s procurement policies and procedures, including those related to competition, at http://www.nyc.gov/html/mocs/html/procurement/procurement.shtml
  2. Register with the City as a vendor so that you will get regular updates when contracts become available: http://www.nyc.gov/html/selltonyc/html/home/home.shtml
  3. Reach out to the City’s contractors and subcontractors, listed in the table below. If you are a vendor who would like to submit bids for your products to be installed in City buildings, please reach out to our contractors and subcontractors directly as they are the entities that will release bids as part of the competitive procurement process. The City audits, retro-commissions, and retrofits its buildings, including the installation of meters, new lighting systems, and clean energy solutions through contracts managed by the New York Power Authority (NYPA), the Department of Design and Construction (DDC), and the School Construction Authority (SCA).

NYPA*

DDC

SCA

1.  Wendel Energy Services

1.  Dome-Tech

1.  AECOM

2.  RCM Technologies

2.  Horizon

2.  Ameresco Inc.

3.  EME Group Consulting Engineers

 

3.  Ecosystem-Liro Energy Group, Joint Venture 

4.  SourceOne

 

4.  Honeywell International, Inc.

5.  PB Americas

 

5.  Wendel Energy Services

6.  WSP Flack + Kurtz

 

 

7.  Fulcrum

 

 

8.  Horizon Engineering Associates

 

 

*Learn more about doing business with NYPA: http://www.nypa.gov/Procurement/Default.aspx.

As a component of the retrofit work described above, DCAS Energy Management is installing smart meters for electricity, natural gas, steam, and fuel oil in municipal buildings as part of the City’s Energy Enterprise Metering System.

If you are a company that would like to place smart meters in City buildings, read the meter specifications below to see if your products might meet our needs. Refer to the answer above for information about how to do business with the City or its contractors.

DEM Metering Guidelines and Specifications