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(110 ILCS 805/5A-30)
Evaluation of proposal.
Before entering into a guaranteed
energy savings contract under Section 5A-35, a community college district shall
a request for proposals. The community college district shall evaluate any
from a qualified provider. The evaluation shall analyze the estimates of
all costs of installations, modifications or remodeling, including, without
limitation, costs of a pre-installation energy audit or analysis, design,
engineering, installation, maintenance, repairs, debt
service, conversions to a different energy or fuel source, or
post-installation project monitoring, data collection, and reporting. The
evaluation shall include a detailed analysis of whether either the energy
consumed or the operating costs, or both, will be reduced. If technical
assistance is not available by a licensed architect or registered
professional engineer on the community college district staff, then the
the proposal shall be done by a registered professional engineer or
architect, who is retained by the community college district. Any licensed architect or registered professional engineer evaluating a proposal under this Section may not have any financial or contractual relationship with a qualified provider or other source that would constitute a conflict of interest. The community
college district may
pay a reasonable fee for evaluation of the proposal or include the fee as
part of the payments made under Section 5A-40.
(Source: P.A. 94-1062, eff. 7-31-06.)