Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Agency Energy Efficiency Act. Provides that the Capital Development Board may: (1) annually conduct energy efficiency audits of State-owned real property; (2) annually rank State-owned real properties according to their energy efficiency; and (3) encourage energy efficiency audits of State-owned real properties based on those rankings. Provides that State agencies may elect to conduct energy efficiency audits of State-owned real property and may retain the amount of savings realized from energy improvements and conservation measures, subject to certain limitations.
Senate Committee Amendment No. 2 Adds provisions to the introduced bill providing that, whenever a State agency or the Board enters into a contract with a vendor for the purpose of fulfilling the provisions of the amendatory Act, the contract shall meet the requirements of the Illinois Procurement Code and the Architectural, Engineering, and Land Surveying Qualifications Based Selection Act. Provides that no person or business who contracts with a State agency to write specifications, or otherwise provides specifications, for a procurement need related to energy efficiency audits conducted under the amendatory Act shall submit a bid or proposal or receive a contract for that procurement need.