Additional Services

Additional Services

Atlas’s extensive services menu includes supporting global partners and suppliers with renewable assets and facilitating Dutch auctions. In addition, our face-to-face connections in Mexico and Latin America have a proven track record in representing a company’s interests and government lobbying.

Regulatory & Government Lobbying

Compliance and regulatory consulting provide expert guidance on laws, regulations, and benefits for organizations and companies. Atlas Clean Energy works with local and foreign governments to represent a company’s interests and better leverage business or operating opportunities in a given region or jurisdiction.

Global Partners & Suppliers

Atlas partners with leading energy companies in scheduling, technology, and renewable assets, including wind, solar, turbine, hydro, storage, and geothermal. We actively pursue new business relationships around the globe and ally with leading partners and suppliers in the energy sector.

Dutch Auction or RFP Process

Atlas’s strategy in a Dutch auction is a price at which the bidder bids on an open platform. The asking price starts high in a Dutch auction and declines until a bidder agrees to a number and the auction ends. A transparent bidding platform where competitors see each other’s offers can increase client savings, contractual terms, and bid offering.

One advantage of a Dutch auction is that it tends to make higher payments to an issuer than those derived from traditional, initial public offerings. In addition, Dutch auctions tend to shift share purchases away from investment banks and toward smaller investors.

Atlas’s approach to the RFP process includes a forum for announcing projects, which we will customize to the client’s recommendations. We have a dedicated department to manage the RFP process from beginning to end and keep the client apprised of the bidding cycle. 

Our RFP requirements include the following:

  • Background and introduction
  • Project goals and scope of services
  • Anticipated selection schedule
  • Time and place of submission of proposals
  • Timeline
  • Elements of the proposal
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Possible roadblocks

Our Installation Projects

Morse High School

The was one of the earlier school projects in San Diego and part of multiple projects totaling roughly 5 megawatts. We integrated the school science departments into the project and they held regular site visits with students and walked the project to learn about the process. The San Diego Unified School District is expected to save between $13 – $20 million over the warrantied system life. The system has been operational since Q1 2012.

South Western College

8500 solar panels covering carports over 7 different parking lots. This project was built while school was in session adding to the need for a detailed plan and execution. It is the largest carport project completed in the SDGE territory. This was also one of the first crane-in-place projects in the world, which saved both the budget and the schedule.

Scripps Ranch High School

8500 solar panels covering carports over 7 different parking lots. This project was built while school was in session adding to the need for a detailed plan and execution. It is the largest carport project completed in the SDGE territory. This was also one of the first crane-in-place projects in the world, which saved both the budget and the schedule.

Bonita Vista High School

1 of 8 projects started simultaneously for the Sweetwater School District. We provided the manpower and construction management for the projects, as well as consulting on the constructability review where we identified time and cost savings prior to breaking ground.

Castle Park High School

8500 solar panels covering carports over 7 different parking lots. This project was built while school was in session adding to the need for a detailed plan and execution. It is the largest carport project completed in the SDGE territory. This was also one of the first crane-in-place projects in the world, which saved both the budget and the schedule.