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Greg Stevens

Greg Stevens

Senior Energy Engineer
15 years industry experience

GreenPSF Competitive Retrofits

Our procurement platform gets you multiple bids from qualified solutions providers to make your buildings more efficient.

How it Works


1

Background

You tell us briefly about your project.
2

Create RFP

We work with you to spec the project and create a request for proposal.
3

Issue RFP

You choose multiple bidders to compete to win your project.
4

Review Proposals

Compare your options and ask follow-up questions.
5

Award Contract

Connect directly with the winner to finalize a contract.
6

Execute Project

We help ensure that things go smoothly as planned.

How You Benefit


Lower Cost

When solutions providers compete, you save.

Greater Transparency

Multiple proposals provide a clear picture of your options.

Better Choices

You have direct access to thousands of qualified solutions providers.

100% Unbiased

We represent you to get the best deal from start to finish.

Convenient

Managing projects requires minimal time and effort from your company.

Learn more about our company and our unique approach to competitive retrofits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a fee to bid a project?

There's no charge to bid a project. If you require upfront analysis (e.g. an audit or similar) we can perform that service for a fee, if applicable.

How do we save money?

When solutions providers compete, you save. Our process typically reduces project costs by 15-30%

Who bids on our project?

You choose bidders from our network of over 50,000 qualified solutions providers. You can even invite your own contacts.

Are we obligated to move forward?

There's no obligation to move forward with a project.