EBRD - Energy Performance Contract on introduction of energy saving activities, thermal modernisation of municipal buildings with guaranteed energy savings in the City of Dnipro (reconstruction)
Energy & water procurement and associated contract management services.
The Fund set up the EEEF TA Facility to support ambitious public beneficiaries in developing bankable sustainable energy investment programmes. These projects shall relate to the energy efficiency sector, small-scale renewable energy and/or public urban transport. The EEEF TA Facility aims to bridge the gap between sustainable energy plans and real investments through supporting all activities necessary to prepare investments into sustainable energy projects.
Lancaster University is actively working to reduce its energy costs, carbon emissions and energy consumption. It has committed to reducing carbon emissions by 83% by 2050, compared to 2005.
One of the initiatives implemented to achieve this is the installation of an energy monitoring system (EMS). Lancaster University’s EMS consists of approximately 1,000 electricity, gas, water and heat meters as well as more than 150 data loggers.
This ITT outlines a scope of services for on-site support services for the EMS.
The EMS support will be required for an initial period of 1 year, but can be extended for a further year twice (for a total period of three years). It is envisaged that on-site support will be required for 2 days per week during this period.
ENERGY MONITORING SYSTEM, SUPPLY ,INSTALLATION &COMMISSIONING OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION MONITORING SYSTEM AS PER ENCLOSED SPECIFICATION NO.05/EM/SPECN./HEF DT.20.09.2016.
The MINISTRY OF ENERGY of the Republic of Bulgaria intends using the proceeds of the grant funds provided by the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (the "KIDSF"), administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("EBRD" or the "Bank") under Grant Agreement No 003D towards the cost of a consultancy assignment for the assessment of the results of the energy sector measures funded from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund for the period 2001-2015.
The overall budget for the assignment is EUR 150'000.
This General Procurement Notice draws attention to a forthcoming procurement opportunity for the assignment stated above. The projected scope of services may include the following:
Procurement is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2016. The contract to be financed with the proceeds of KIDSF Grant will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Grant shall not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law or official regulation of the purchaser's country.
Interested parties should contact:
Mrs. Iveta Filipova
Ministry of Energy
8, Triaditsa Str.
Fax: +359-2-980 76 30
EDF — Capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency — feasibility studies and demonstration projects
EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency
Birmingham City Council is seeking submissions from experienced energy consultants and organisations to be at the forefront of delivering the Birmingham Council’s Energy and Utilities Strategy for a fixed term period of 12 months.
The successful consultant \ organisation roles’ primary responsibility is to implement Energy \ Utilities savings, efficiencies and improvements across the Councils portfolio. The Council operates a portfolio of 2,400 sites with an annual utilities bill of circa £24m. This strategy aims to reduce these costs by smart energy purchasing, minimising consumption and maximising local production of renewable utility commodities, power and fuel. This will be achieved through;
- Monitoring and targeting of utility consumption, emissions and cost;
- Implementation of efficiency measures to reduce consumption
- Implementation of renewables measures in a way that improves organisational resilience
- Effective Contract Management of its supply chain and optimising energy procurement supported by invoice verification and data analysis.
The contract will be for a 12 month period and is anticipated to commence from 7th February 2017 until 6th February 2018 with the option to extend for a further 12 months dependant on the requirement of the service and performance of the supplier.
The Invitation to Quotation is being issued using the Council’s e-tendering system In-tend and the remainder of the procurement process will be managed using the system. Therefore all quotes must be submitted by Quotation providers via the In-tend system.
Use of the ‘In-tend’ system is free for Quotation providers throughout the whole procurement process. The system is secure and access to the quotes will only be made available to those employees of the Council, and/or their authorised advisers in respect of this quote.