Request for Proposals

The Energy Authority® Announces a Reverse RFP
for up to 100 MW of Capacity and Energy

            ...
Request for Proposals
                              RFP No. CUCE 2008-R
                                     Table of Cont...
Request for Bids for Base Load Capacity and Energy

                                   July 15, 2008

1. Purpose

   The E...
4. RFP / Proposal Evaluation Schedule

   Presented below is the schedule of completion dates for the RFP/Proposal
   Eval...
January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015              50 MW
           January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016              50 MW

...
9.4. Any final agreements that result from the negotiations processed under this RFP
       will be subject to final appro...
10.5.Each potential bidder is requested to confirm receipt of the RFP and to advise
       TEA by August 1, 2008 of its in...
12.1.The economic evaluation of the RFP will use common economic assumptions
    for all proposals where appropriate.

12....
13. Communication

   13.1.TEA expects to identify a short list by October 17, 2008. Contracts detailing the
        terms...
BIDDER FORMS


              All forms are due by August 29, 2008


Form 1   Respondent’s Contact Information Form
Form 2 ...
FORM 1

                   Respondents Contact Information Form

                            Due August 1, 2008

Responden...
FORM 2


                      Notice of Intent to Bid

                       Due August 1, 2008


1. Upon reviewing the ...
FORM 3


                                      Firm Bid

The undersigned submits this proposal as a firm bid and hereby gi...
FORM 4


                             Questionnaire

1. Briefly describe your company with emphasis on your wholesale busi...
Form 5

                     Executive Summary of Proposal

Please provide a one page summary of the proposal below:




 ...
Form 6

                Bidder’s Product and Pricing Information

1. Name of the bidding Company:



2. Type of Product Re...
the minimum duration of the proposed daily delivery schedule in column 3
             in (hrs/day).

         •   Energy b...
(1)           (2)           (3)         (4)                (5)
  2013                   Capacity         Energy    Energy ...
(1)           (2)           (3)         (4)                (5)
  2015                   Capacity         Energy    Energy ...
Form 7

                          General Information



1. Guarantees and Related Remedies:
   Discuss guarantees (e.g., ...
Form 8

                         Transmission

1. Identify all transmission providers to wheel energy from the Delivery Po...
Form 9

                           Credit Application


1. Name of Firm:               ___________________________________...
12. and Type of Account __________________          _____________________

13. Name of Authorized Signer on Bank Account _...
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  1. 1. Request for Proposals The Energy Authority® Announces a Reverse RFP for up to 100 MW of Capacity and Energy RFP No. CUCE 2008-R The Energy Authority® is accepting bids for the purchase of capacity and energy from the City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri system of generating resources beginning March 1, 2011 for up to six years. The Energy Authority® is issuing a Reverse RFP today, July 15, 2008, for up to 100 MW of capacity and energy. Non-binding bids are due by 5:00 p.m. CST on Friday, August 29, 2008. All parties selected for further negotiations for power purchase agreements will be contacted to further negotiate contract specifics by October 17, 2008. The Energy Authority® reserves the right under this Reverse RFP to select or reject any or all proposals received through the process, and receipt of bids that meet the organization’s credit, and financial return requirements. The Energy Authority® is a nationwide not-for-profit energy management and trading organization formed and owned by public power entities. The Energy Authority® currently has thirty-nine members (six equity members and thirty-three resource management partners) totaling more than 25,000 MW in generating capacity and operates exclusively for the benefit of its public power members and partners. City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri, a member of The Energy Authority®, owns and operates generation resources exceeding 800 MW and has direct interconnections with Southwest Power Pool (“SPP”). The Energy Authority® is serving as agent for City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri for the purposes of this RFP. The Energy Authority® and City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri anticipate that City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri will be signatory to any long- term agreements which may be executed as the result of this RFP. Any final agreements that result from the negotiations process under this RFP will be subject to final approval by City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri Management. A copy of this RFP, together with supporting forms, is posted on the TEA website, http:// www.TEAINC.org/RFP.html. Interested parties with questions concerning this RFP may also contact Jim Richardson or Michael Trobaugh for further information and instructions for receiving the Reverse RFP documents. Contact: Jim Richardson, The Energy Authority®, 904.360.1419 Contact: Michael Trobaugh, The Energy Authority®, 904.360.1427
  2. 2. Request for Proposals RFP No. CUCE 2008-R Table of Contents 1. Purpose 2. Description of The Energy Authority, Inc. 3. Description of City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri 4. RFP / Proposal Evaluation Schedule 5. Bidder Forms 6. RFP Provisions 7. Delivery Point 8. Other Terms and Conditions 9. Reservation of Rights 10. Procedures for Application 11. Confidentiality 12. Bid Evaluation Process 13. Communication Bidder Forms Form 1 Respondent’s Contact Information Form Form 2 Notice of Intent to Bid Form 3 Firm Bid Form 4 Questionnaire Form 5 Executive Summary of Proposal Form 6 Bidder’s Product and Pricing Information Form 7 General Information Form 8 Transmission Form 9 Credit Application RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 2
  3. 3. Request for Bids for Base Load Capacity and Energy July 15, 2008 1. Purpose The Energy Authority® (“TEA”) is seeking proposals from qualified and eligible bidders to purchase up to 100 MW of firm base load capacity and energy, beginning March 1, 2011 for a period up to six years depending on block size. For the purposes of this Request for Proposals (RFP), capacity and energy will be supplied from the City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri System of generating resources including coal, natural gas, fuel oil, hydropower, and wind facilities. TEA seeks competitive bids for capacity and energy supplied from these resources. 2. Description of The Energy Authority, Inc. TEA is a nationwide not-for-profit energy management and trading organization formed and owned by public power entities. TEA currently has thirty-nine members (six equity members and thirty-three resource management partners) totaling more than 25,000 MW in generating capacity and operates exclusively for the benefit of its public power members and partners. City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri (“CU”), a member of TEA, owns and operates generation resources exceeding 800 MW and has direct interconnections with the Southwest Power Pool (“SPP”). TEA is serving as agent for CU for the purposes of this RFP. TEA and CU anticipate that CU will be signatory to any long-term agreements which may be executed as the result of this RFP. Any final agreements that result from the negotiations process under this RFP will be subject to final approval by City Utilities’ Management. 3. Description of City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri. City Utilities of Springfield is a municipally-owned provider of electric, natural gas, water, telecommunications, and transit services to a 320-square mile area in and around Springfield, Missouri. City Utilities currently owns and operates 824 MW of generation and is constructing a 275 MW coal-fired generating unit which is on- schedule for commercial operation by January 2011. City Utilities is a member of Southwest Power Pool (SPP), and has a number of transmission interconnections at 345, 161 and 69 kV. Transmission reservations are administered by SPP and all requests or inquiries about transmission availability should be directed to the SPP OASIS. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 3
  4. 4. 4. RFP / Proposal Evaluation Schedule Presented below is the schedule of completion dates for the RFP/Proposal Evaluation process. Release of RFP July 15, 2008 Notification of Interest August 1, 2008 Bid Submittal Deadline August 29, 2008 Notification of Shortlist of Bidders October 17, 2008 Negotiations Completed & Contracts Awarded November 14, 2008 TEA reserves the right to extend or otherwise modify any portion of the schedule at its sole discretion. All parties that have submitted a Notification of Interest as described in Section 10.5 will be notified in writing of any changes to the schedule that occur prior to completion of the evaluation phase. 5. Bidder Forms 5.1. Completed copies of all applicable Bidder Forms 1 through 9 must be included as part of each submittal. If more than one submittal is made, separate Bidder Forms 4 through 7, clearly marked, must accompany each submittal. All price quotes must be communicated on the attached Bidder Forms. 6. RFP Provisions 6.1. This RFP is open to all parties, including, but not limited to: municipal utilities, public power utilities, investor owned utilities, and power marketers. 6.2. TEA anticipates that bidders will propose agreements for firm base load capacity and energy deliveries scheduled 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except during periods of forced or scheduled outages. 6.3. TEA prefers the term of a proposal to be from March 1, 2011 to December 31, 2016. 6.4. Bids for firm capacity and energy may be for less than the amount shown in Table 1. Table 1 Period Capacity March 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011 100 MW January 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012 100 MW January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013 75 MW January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014 75 MW RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 4
  5. 5. January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015 50 MW January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016 50 MW 6.5. CU desires to retain all of the renewable energy attributes or "green tags" (RECs) associated with the generation of electricity from renewable resources within the CU system. 7. Delivery Point 7.1. The Point of Delivery shall be at the CU/SPP Interface. Bidder shall arrange and be solely responsible for all transmission and ancillary service obligations and all costs, expenses, taxes, fees, and charges associated with the delivery of energy beyond the Delivery Point. Bidder is responsible for Accreditation of the capacity amount under applicable regulatory Capacity Margin Requirements. 7.2. All proposals must identify any transmission service and interconnection agreements with third parties that are required to deliver the firm capacity and energy to the bidder. TEA requires that any transmission arrangements to deliver offered firm capacity to the Bidder’s transmission system be firm. 8. Other Terms and Conditions Each proposal must comply with all applicable federal and state laws. Proposals should reflect the bidder’s responsibility for costs associated with all present and future applicable state and federal environmental regulations and requirements, including, but not limited to, carbon permits, licenses, fees, emissions allowances, and environmental requirements for the entire term of each proposal. 9. Reservation of Rights 9.1. TEA reserves the right to make resource commitments outside this RFP. TEA also reserves the right, without qualification and at its sole discretion, to modify, supplement or withdraw this RFP and to reject any or all proposals or portions thereof or to waive irregularities or omissions. Those who submit proposals to TEA do so without recourse against TEA for either rejection by TEA or failure to execute an agreement for any reason. 9.2. TEA reserves the right to request further information, as necessary, to complete its evaluation of the proposals received. 9.3. No part of this RFP and no part of any subsequent communications with TEA, its Members, employees, or officers shall be taken as providing legal, financial, or other advice, nor as establishing a commitment, promise or contractual obligation with a bidder. TEA may request that each bidder complete and execute a Confidentiality and No Reliance Agreement prior to being placed on TEA's short list of bidders. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 5
  6. 6. 9.4. Any final agreements that result from the negotiations processed under this RFP will be subject to final approval by City Utilities’ Management. 10. Procedures for Application 10.1.A copy of this RFP, together with supporting forms, is posted on the TEA website, http://www.TEAINC.org/RFP.html. 10.2.Bidders must submit their bid proposals via e-mail to the e-mail address below. In addition, an original bid proposal, signed by an authorized officer, plus two (2) copies must be mailed by either courier or U.S. Postal Service. TEA will not be assessing bidders with a fee for any submitted proposals. By Courier: The Energy Authority, Inc. Attention: Mr. Jim Richardson, Manager, Origination Mr. Michael Trobaugh, Manager, Origination 301 West Bay Street Suite 2600 Jacksonville, FL 32259 By U.S. Postal Service: The Energy Authority, Inc. Attention: Mr. Jim Richardson, Manager, Origination Mr. Michael Trobaugh, Manager, Origination 301 West Bay Street Suite 2600 Jacksonville, FL 32259 By E-Mail: RFPCUCE2008R@teainc.org 10.3.All proposals must arrive via e-mail by 5:00 PM Eastern Prevailing Time (EPT), August 29, 2008. Paper copies must arrive at TEA’s Jacksonville offices by 5:00 PM EPT on the next business date (i.e., September 2, 2008). TEA is not obliged to contact bidders concerning missing or incomplete forms. Only versions of the forms attached to this RFP may be used to submit proposals. 10.4.All bid packages should include any additional information required to support evaluation of the proposal, including a completed Credit Application (Form 9) and Questionnaire (Form 4). Documents requested in support of the Credit Application, including the applicant's most recent annual report and financial statements, must accompany the mailed versions of the proposals. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 6
  7. 7. 10.5.Each potential bidder is requested to confirm receipt of the RFP and to advise TEA by August 1, 2008 of its intent to submit a bid by submitting a Notice of Intent to Bid. The Notice of Intent to Bid form is provided on Form 2 of this RFP. 11. Confidentiality 11.1.TEA recognizes that certain information contained in proposals submitted may be deemed by the bidder to be confidential. TEA also recognizes that much of the information contained in proposals is not confidential and that over time confidential information may become non-confidential. Therefore, any information in a proposal which the bidder feels is confidential must be highlighted and underlined, and the bidder must provide the date after which highlighted information will no longer be confidential. Highlighting of information should be limited to information which is truly confidential, and any attempt to highlight and identify as confidential all information in a proposal will result in none of the information in a proposal being treated as confidential. Similarly, failure to highlight confidential information or to provide a date after which the information is no longer confidential will result in none of the information in a proposal being treated as confidential. 11.2.Up until the date specified in the proposal that highlighted information is no longer confidential, TEA and CU, subject to the remaining provisions of this section, will use reasonable efforts not to disclose information in the proposals highlighted as confidential. However, if TEA or CU is lawfully required by any administrative, legislative or judicial body to disclose such information, TEA and CU will make such disclosure and is under no obligation to provide notice of the request or the disclosure to the bidder. 11.3.TEA reserves the right to disclose any and all information highlighted as confidential in each proposal to consultants and attorneys retained by TEA or CU to assist in this RFP, the RFP evaluation or any proceeding in which the RFP proposals, in whole or in part, may be submitted as evidence. TEA and CU will take reasonable steps to ensure that its consultants and attorneys also will treat information highlighted as confidential; however, neither TEA nor CU shall be liable for any failure of any consultant or lawyer to treat the highlighted information as confidential. 11.4.CU reserves the right to disclose any and all information as required by Missouri Revised Statutes chapter 610 (the “Missouri Sunshine Law”), or other applicable law. 12. Bid Evaluation Process The procedures and criteria utilized to evaluate proposals will be as follows: first, to determine if the proposals are responsive to the RFP; second, to evaluate proposals from a technical and commercial viewpoint; third, to evaluate proposals from an economic viewpoint; and fourth, if determined to be in the best interests of CU, to develop a short-list for negotiations. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 7
  8. 8. 12.1.The economic evaluation of the RFP will use common economic assumptions for all proposals where appropriate. 12.2.Proposals may undergo a review from a technical perspective: To ensure that the bids proposed are consistent with this RFP based upon the factors included herein, including, but not limited to: • the utilization of the available capacity and energy resources; • the firm capacity and related energy can be delivered to the bidder’s load and that a firm transmission path will be available for the delivery of firm capacity and related energy during the term; • the number and type of exceptions taken to the terms and conditions of this RFP. 12.3.Proposals may then undergo a review from a commercial perspective, which will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following, to ensure that the bidder has: • adequate and pertinent experience, resources, and qualifications; • the necessary financial and operational viability to sustain a bid; • made a commitment to TEA with adequate non-performance guarantees and remedies; • either itself, or through its guarantor, an investment grade credit rating, or is willing to post a letter of credit or other security acceptable to TEA. 12.4.TEA may conduct scenario and sensitivity analyses of proposals to evaluate risks and strategic value. The results of these analyses may be considered in TEA’s evaluation of proposals, including the selection of proposal(s) for the short list, if applicable. 12.5.All proposals must meet Minimum Bid Eligibility Requirements to be eligible to participate in this solicitation. Proposals that do not comply with these requirements will be deemed ineligible and will not be considered for further evaluation. • Proposals must include all applicable content requirements described in this RFP, including clear and complete written descriptions of all information requested, and completed forms. • Proposals must clearly specify all pricing terms. Any and all indexed prices and/or price escalations must be fully explained. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 8
  9. 9. 13. Communication 13.1.TEA expects to identify a short list by October 17, 2008. Contracts detailing the terms and conditions of the completed purchased power agreement(s), if any, are expected to be executed by November 14, 2008. 13.2.This RFP is available on the Internet at http://www.TEAINC.org/RFP.html, or may be obtained by e-mail, fax or U.S. mail. It is the bidder's responsibility to routinely check this web site for addendums and/or clarifications to this RFP. Prospective bidders will be placed on TEA’s RFP e-mail distribution list for RFP updates. Please send your contact information (name, business, title, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address) to: RFPCUCE2008R@teainc.org 13.3.If any prospective bidder has any questions or desires additional information related to this request for proposals, such questions or information requests should be made in writing and directed via e-mail at RFPCUCE2008R@teainc.orgto Mr. Jim Richardson, Manager, Origination and to Mr. Michael Trobaugh, Manager, Origination. Questions of general interest and the respective answer will be posted on the above web site and e-mailed to parties on the aforementioned TEA’s RFP distribution list. Thank you for your interest in this RFP. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 9
  10. 10. BIDDER FORMS All forms are due by August 29, 2008 Form 1 Respondent’s Contact Information Form Form 2 Notice of Intent to Bid Form 3 Firm Bid Form 4 Questionnaire Form 5 Executive Summary of the Proposal Form 6 Bidder’s Product and Pricing Information Form 7 General Information Form 8 Transmission Form 9 Credit Application RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 10
  11. 11. FORM 1 Respondents Contact Information Form Due August 1, 2008 Respondents Street Address: ____________________________________________________ Mailing Address: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ Primary Contact: Title: ____________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ Fax: _______________________ Email Address:___________________________________________________ Alternate Contact: Title: ____________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ Fax: _______________________ Email Address:___________________________________________________ RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 11
  12. 12. FORM 2 Notice of Intent to Bid Due August 1, 2008 1. Upon reviewing the RFP, we: Plan ____ Do not plan _____ to submit a proposal. 2. Bidder: ____________________________________________________ 3. Contact: ____________________________________________________ 4. Mailing Address: _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Phone: ___________________ Fax: _____________________ Email Address: ______________________________________________ 5. Signature of Respondent: _________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________ Date: _________________________________________ Email to: RFPCUCE2008R@teainc.org RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 12
  13. 13. FORM 3 Firm Bid The undersigned submits this proposal as a firm bid and hereby gives assurance that the proposal will remain open, and not be revocable, for a period of three (3) months from the date it is submitted. It is anticipated that the bid evaluation and contract execution process could extend six (6) months or longer. Accordingly, the bidder may be requested to renew its firm bid on November 30, 2008. Name of Bidding Company: _______________________________________ Authorized Signature: ________________________________________ Date Proposal Submitted: ________________________________________ RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 13
  14. 14. FORM 4 Questionnaire 1. Briefly describe your company with emphasis on your wholesale business activities in the Midwest United States and Missouri: 2. Describe your experience with purchasing power under medium and longer term agreements: RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 14
  15. 15. Form 5 Executive Summary of Proposal Please provide a one page summary of the proposal below: RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 15
  16. 16. Form 6 Bidder’s Product and Pricing Information 1. Name of the bidding Company: 2. Type of Product Requested: Please complete the following tables as appropriate: 2.1. Fixed price bids: • For product bids made on an “all-In” basis, please complete columns 1, 3 and 4. • For product bids made for capacity and associated fixed price energy schedules, please complete columns 1, 2, 3, and 4 • Energy Delivery Schedules should be proposed as one of the following products for each month included in the bid: 7X24, 7X16, 7X8. 2.2. Heat rate bids: • For product bids made on an “all-In” basis, please complete columns 1, 3 and 5. • For product bids made for capacity and associated fixed heat rate energy schedules, please complete columns 1, 2, 3, and 5. • Energy Delivery Schedules should be proposed as one of the following products for each month included in the bid: 7X24, 7X16, 7X8. • Energy bids provided on a heat rate basis should be based on the following Gas index: Daily Midpoint price (in $/MMBtu) for the relevant day of delivery of Energy scheduled as published in Platts Gas Daily in the “Daily Price Survey” reported for “Henry Hub”. 2.3. Call option bids: • For product bids consisting of capacity with an associated call option on energy deliveries, please complete columns 1, 2, 3 and 5. Please indicate RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 16
  17. 17. the minimum duration of the proposed daily delivery schedule in column 3 in (hrs/day). • Energy bids provided on a heat rate basis should be based on the following Gas index: Daily Midpoint price (in $/MMBtu) for the relevant day of delivery of Energy scheduled as published in Platts Gas Daily in the “Daily Price Survey” reported for “Henry Hub”. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2011 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2012 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 17
  18. 18. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2013 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2014 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 18
  19. 19. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2015 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 2016 Capacity Energy Energy Bid Energy Bid Price Capacity Payment Delivery Price ($ per MMBtu/MWh X (MW) ($ per kW-Mo.) Schedule ($/MWh) Gas Index) January February March April May June July August September October November December RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 19
  20. 20. Form 7 General Information 1. Guarantees and Related Remedies: Discuss guarantees (e.g., for credit, payment) and remedies for non-performance of such guarantees: 2. Terms and Conditions: Provide specific proposed language for terms and conditions associated with the provision of a purchase power agreement for firm capacity and energy. RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 20
  21. 21. Form 8 Transmission 1. Identify all transmission providers to wheel energy from the Delivery Point to the Bidder’s load: RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 21
  22. 22. Form 9 Credit Application 1. Name of Firm: _____________________________________ 2. Street Address: _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 4. Person to Contact with Financial/credit Questions: a. Name: _______________________________________ b. Address: _____________________________________ c. Phone: _______________________________________ d. E-mail: _______________________________________ 5. Number of years firm has been in active, full-time business under present business name? ______ 6. Is your firm currently involved in any litigation, the outcome of which could adversely affect your company’s financial position? If so, please describe: ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 7. Primary Bank Name _____________________________________ 8. Contact Name at Primary Bank ___________________________________ 9. Primary Bank Address _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 10. Phone No.: ______________________ Fax No.: ___________________ 11. Account Numbers __________________ ____________________ RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 22
  23. 23. 12. and Type of Account __________________ _____________________ 13. Name of Authorized Signer on Bank Account ______________________ CREDIT REFERENCES (Please list suppliers from whom you have made purchases in the past three years.): 14. Company Name _____________________ Contact: ________________ Address _________________________ Fax: ___________________ Phone: _______________________ 15. Company Name ____________________ Contact: ________________ Address ______________________ Fax: __________________ Phone: _______________________ 16. Company Name _____________________ Contact: ________________ Address ______________________ Fax: __________________ Phone: _______________________ Please clarify relationships of any associated companies (parent, subsidiaries, etc.) that relate to the financial position of your firm or your firm’s capabilities to complete the proposed contracts/agreements. If such relationship indicates your firm’s capabilities and financial position are reliant upon the financial support of such associated or other third party, please indicate and provide a copy of the form of credit support you are willing to provide (e.g., third party guaranty, letter of credit). Please provide a copy of your most recent Annual Report and financial statements (including last full year’s and interim reports). Please sign this release below: Authorized Signature: ____________________________ Date: ___________ RFP No CUCE 2008-R Page 23

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