Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) ENABLE projects use the General Services Administration's (GSA) Supply Schedule SIN 334512 to select a qualified energy service company (ESCO). The following is a current list of ESPC ENABLE ESCOs.*
ESPC ENABLE ESCOs
- ABM Facility Support Servicesd
- AECOM Technical Servicesd
- AMERESCO Federal Solutionsd
- Brewer-Garrett Cod
- Constellation NewEnergyd
- CTS Group (formerly Control Technology & Solutions)
- CTI Energy Servicess
- Energy Systems Group, LLCd
- ENGIE Services U.S.d
- Green Generation Solutionss
- Honeywell Internationald
- Johnson Controlsd
* As of May 6, 2021. View the GSA eLibrary Contracting Listing for SIN 334512 ESCO contact information.
d Firm is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) ESCO.
s Firm is a small-business ESCO.
How to Become an Eligible ESPC ENABLE ESCO
The ESCO is required to complete a two-step qualification process to become an eligible ESPC ENABLE service provider. The process includes:
- Becoming a DOE-qualified ESCO
- Being awarded a contract under the GSA schedule.
The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) maintains a qualifications process for ESCOs that are interested in offering ESPC services. Any ESCO on the GSA Supply Schedule SIN 334512 is required to be DOE qualified before being issued a GSA Schedule award.
Once it is determined that an ESCO meets the DOE qualification criteria, it can begin preparing an offer to be awarded a GSA Schedule contract. GSA Supply Schedule SIN 334512 requires potential vendors to review all solicitation-related documents and submit all items required in those documents.
To learn more, read these resources related to becoming an ESPC ENABLE ESCO.
FEMP hosts training for current and prospective GSA Schedule vendors to help them understand the requirements for participating in the ESPC ENABLE program. Trainings are also provided by FEMP and GSA to help schedule vendors who understand the procurement process. See the FEMP Training Catalog website for upcoming opportunities.
To learn more, see the ESPC ENABLE briefing.