Optony Completes Initial Site Screenings, Feasibility Studies, and Issues RFP for the SEED Fund

San Francisco Bay Area, California | September 12, 2013

Optony completed over 150 initial site screens and 35 feasibility studies for Marin County, Sonoma County, and Napa County as part of the Solar Energy & Economic Development (SEED) Fund Project.  Optony has now issued the RFP for the project and is now working with the 3 counties in the procurement phase of the project.

The SEED Fund Project, funded by the State of California’s California Solar Initiative, is demonstrating an innovative solar procurement business model that utilizes a public-private revolving fund to enable a collaborative platform for deploying solar energy across multiple government and educational organizations for maximum impact on installed solar system capacity, local economic activity, and the regional environment. Optony is providing technical expertise, program management support, feasibility assessments, client education workshops, and procurement management. The project includes over 20 municipal agencies and schools across Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties.

Tyler Espinoza