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Waveform mains cables and sectoral cables — cut lengths service.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 27, 2014
Winner
Prysmian Cables and Systems Limited
cpvs
31321210

Supply of waveform mains cables and sectoral cables — cut lengths service.

Service cables.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
Tratos Cavi SPA
cpvs
31321210

Supply of service cables.

ICT Service Cables Framework

Gateshead Council | Published March 7, 2013  -  Deadline March 22, 2013
cpvs
43000000

Gateshead Council are establishing a framework contract for network and telephony cables and related peripherals. This will include, but is not limited to, the types of cables listed in the Specification.

 

LB/CARDIAC CABLES

Leeds Teaching Hospitals | Published September 8, 2008  -  Deadline September 8, 2008
cpvs
15100000

CARDIAC REUSABLE CABLES FOR THEATRES 

Multicore Auxiliary Cables.

Western Power Distribution | Published January 5, 2016
Winner
Tele-fonika Kable S.A.
cpvs
32521000

To supply WPD with multicore auxiliary cables.

Waveform mains cables — to stock.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
WASKONIG+WALTER
cpvs
31321210

Supply of waveform mains cables.

MV distribution cables (11 KV, 33 KV and 66 KV cables) — cut lengths service.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
Prysmian Cables & Systems Limited
cpvs
31321220

Supply of MV distribution cables (11 KV, 33 KV and 66 KV cables) — cut lengths service.

SO18658 Provision of Cables (RCA111942)

 | Published July 11, 2016
cpvs
30230000

The Ministry of Defence require a number of cables to support ongoing IT projects

EEAST14-T02 Supply of ECG Cables.

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Published September 19, 2014
Winner
Zoll Medical UK Ltd16 Seymour Court, Tudor Road, Manor Park, CheshireRuncorn WA7 1SY
cpvs
33195000

Supply of OEM and/or compatible multi-part ECG cables for use with Zoll Medical M & E Series range of portable defibrillator monitors suitable for use in an ambulance environment. The cables required will have 10 lead wires to allow '12-lead position' diagnostic ECGs to be undertaken. The cables will have clip/ press stud ends.

Supply of LVAC Cables

 | Published December 9, 2015
Winner
CLEVELAND CABLE COMPANY LIMITED
cpvs
31300000

Supply, Storage and Delivery of 4 Core SWA Cables and Associated Single Core CPC covering 46 Nr LVAC Sites

MV Distribution Cables (11kV and 33kV) — to Stock.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 25, 2014
Winner
Tratos Cavi Spa
cpvs
31321220

Supply of MV Distribution Cables (11kV and 33kV Cables) — to Stock.

Installation of Ducting for Fibre Optic Cables

Aberdeen City Council | Published August 26, 2016
Winner
Drago Services Ltd
cpvs
231500, 231800, 239999, 391210, 391211, 391212, 399999

Installation of Ducting for Fibre Optic Cables

Low Voltage Wiring Cables.

Electricity North West Limited | Published October 10, 2014
Winner
BATT Cable PLC, CABELTE — Cabos Eléctricos e Telefónicos, SA
cpvs
31300000

Supply and delivery of Low Voltage Wiring Cables to BS 7889, BS 6004 and BS 5467 or equivalent, as applicable for general use on the Electricity North West Limited distribution network.

PVC insulated single core general purpose cables.

Western Power Distribution | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
Tratos Cavi SPA
cpvs
31321210

Supply of PVC insulated single core general purpose cables.

HPSS (High Performance Switch System) Cables and Looms

Network Rail Infrastructure Limited | Published October 7, 2016
cpvs
31321700, 31224400, 34632200

HPSS (High Performance Switch System) Cables and Looms

Supply and Delivery of 11kV & 33kV 1 core cables

SSE Services Plc | Published March 15, 2017
cpvs
31321200

Supply and Delivery of 11kV & 33kV 1 core cables

Supply and Delivery of 11kV & 33kV 1 core cables.

SSE Services plc | Published March 15, 2017
Winner
Nexans Logistics UK
cpvs
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Supply and Delivery of 11kV & 33kV 1 core cables.

Expert Cables Building Partial Demolition Tofts Farm Hartlepool

 | Published November 20, 2015
Winner
MGL Demolition
cpvs
45111100

Partial demolition of expert cables building, Tofts Farm Industrial Estate, Hartlepool

Dynamic Thermal Rating of Subsea Cables (DTR)

The Carbon Trust | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
Transmission Excellence Ltd
cpvs
73000000, 76520000, 71320000, 44320000

The Carbon Trust is working on a major technology accelerator initiative focussed on reducing the cost of energy (GBP/MWh) from offshore wind by more than 10 %. The Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) is funding large-scale research, development and demonstration (RD&D) projects to unlock technological barriers to advance the industry, and thereby accelerate its development so that significant carbon emissions reductions are achieved. Projects have been selected based on their potential impact on the cost of offshore wind farms and on their ability to deliver operational improvements in the short to medium term. This initiative has been structured as a funding collaboration between the Carbon Trust and a number of international energy companies active in offshore wind farm development.

The thermal optimisation of subsea cables is critical to achieve the formulated cost reduction targets for offshore wind. The current practice in the calculation of the current rating of subsea cables for offshore wind farms appears rather conservative. The recent Cigre publication TB 610 ‘Offshore Generation Cable Connections’ presented the methodology on how to determine the dynamic loading of the cable from the wind profile.

For this reason, the focus of this project is to look into the thermal optimisation of subsea cables in the operating conditions of offshore wind farms. The primary objectives of the project are to:

1. Identify all the critical cable de-rating factors;

2. Identify all the risks and propose mitigation measures;

3. Develop a fit for purpose methodology for the determination of the current rating of inter-array and export cables of offshore wind farms;

4. Recommend appropriate software tools to model inter-array and export cables of offshore wind farms.

For the project, an Advisory Panel consisting of industry and scientific experts and representatives of certification bodies will be implemented.

Dynamic Thermal Rating of Subsea Cables (DTR).

The Carbon Trust | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
cpvs
73000000, 76520000, 71320000, 44320000

The Carbon Trust is working on a major technology accelerator initiative focussed on reducing the cost of energy (GBP / MWh) from offshore wind by more than 10 %. The Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) is funding large-scale research, development and demonstration (RD&D) projects to unlock technological barriers to advance the industry, and thereby accelerate its development so that significant carbon emissions reductions are achieved. Projects have been selected based on their potential impact on the cost of offshore wind farms and on their ability to deliver operational improvements in the short to medium term. This initiative has been structured as a funding collaboration between the Carbon Trust and a number of international energy companies active in offshore wind farm development. The thermal optimisation of sub-sea cables is critical to achieve the formulated cost reduction targets for offshore wind. The current practice in the calculation of the current rating of sub-sea cables for offshore wind farms appears rather conservative. The recent Cigré publication TB 610 ‘Offshore Generation Cable Connections’ presented the methodology on how to determine the dynamic loading of the cable from the wind profile. For this reason, the focus of this project is to look into the thermal optimisation of sub-sea cables in the operating conditions of offshore wind farms. The primary objectives of the project are to: 1. Identify all the critical cable de-rating factors; 2. Identify all the risks and propose mitigation measures; 3. Develop a fit for purpose methodology for the determination of the current rating of inter- array and export cables of offshore wind farms; 4. Recommend appropriate software tools to model inter-array and export cables of offshore wind farms. For the project, an Advisory Panel consisting of industry and scientific experts and representatives of certification bodies will be implemented.
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