Mackay Regional Council (Council) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Renewable Energy Generation options.
This EOI is for renewable energy generation projects only. General energy efficiency initiatives (e.g. replacement of traditional lighting with LED lighting) will not be considered under this REOI. Council intends to issue separate REOIs for such initiative sometime in the future.
Council is requesting EOIs for two categories of renewable energy projects as follows:
a) Small-scale renewable energy generation, and
b) Large-scale renewable energy generation.
Small-scale Renewable Energy Generation:
Generation facilities between 1kW and 200kW. These generators are able to elect to receive Small-scale Technology Certificates (STC). STCs are for residential and smaller commercial systems. These are created at point of commissioning calculated over an assumed 15 years after commissioning of the system.
Large-scale Renewable Energy Generation:
Projects with an installed capacity of 100kW or more or generate more than 250MWh per annum that are capable of generating Large-scale Generation Certificates (LGC). LGCs are created on an ongoing basis based on an amount of generation equal to the actual generation produced by the generator. The LGC scheme finishes at the end of 2030.
Ergon Energy Corporation Pty Ltd is seeking Proposals for 00001031.
Ergon Energy is seeking a Network Management Solution to support and operate its telecommunications network based on offered and generally available systems and software.
The solution will consist of Fault, Configuration and Performance management frameworks. The proposed solution will replace and migrate from various existing Network Management Systems currently implemented.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Technical Specification" in this Tender Pack.
Energy Queensland has an ongoing need for the supply of Insurance Broking Services. Insurance Broking Services include the following;
• Strategic, innovative Insurance Program Structuring;
• Marketing and placement of insurance policies;
• Insurance program operational support;
• Risk and Loss Prevention analysis and advice; and
• Claims Management and Analysis.
The purpose of this tender is to identify a suitably qualified and resourced Tenderer(s) to engage under long-term arrangement for the provision of Insurance Broking Services.
The Board of the Queensland Museum (QM) trading as The Workshops Rail Museum (TWRM) located in North Ipswich, Queensland - seeks to engage a suitably qualified and licensed principal Contractor whom meets the requirements for replacement of the Chiller Plant at TWRM including associated specific works in accordance with the Specifications.
The scope of works within the Specification and drawings encompasses the supply, installation and commissioning of a new Chiller Plant air-conditioning system and all other works required of a new Chiller Plant air-conditioning system in accordance with the WSP specifications document (including drawings and/or attachments) to:
a) reinstate economy mode function on Air Handling Units (AHUs);
b) address critical maintenance issues by significantly reducing unplanned maintenance, costs, outages and energy efficiencies;
c) install energy efficient mechanical equipment which will significantly reduce energy consumption;
d) provide a solution which will increase economic service life of Chiller Plant system components;
e) meet collection and conversation environmental conditions; and
f) achieve value for money.
This application is of a critical nature not only for comfort conditions.
TWRM anticipates awarding a Contract with the successful Tenderer late January 2017, with a view for the deliverables to commencing onsite in February 2017 with the final installations and commissioning completed 31 May 2017 and subsequently invoiced by no later than mid-June 2017.
Mandatory Industry Briefing (MIB): A Mandatory Industry Briefing (MIB) will take place at 10:00am on Monday, 12 December 2016 at the The Workshops Rail Museum, North Street, NORTH IPSWICH QLD 4305, which will precede the work site inspection. Only those Tenderers who attend the MIB in full, will be eligible to submit a tender.
This is the only opportunity for Tenderers to meet this mandatory requirement, attain comprehensive tender and project information, and attain the required site access for preparation of their Tenders. No late attendees will be admitted to the MIB or site inspection.
MIB registrations: Refer Additional Provisions to Tender document section 2.3.3 for registration information. We request interested Tenderers thoroughly review the tender documents to ensure their organisation has both the capability and capacity to appropriately resource the complex tender (including mandatory) requirements, and then register their details for the MIB promptly as stated in the tender documents. Upon receipt of the emailed registration request, CAA will forward an email confirmation to the Tenderer.
The Corporate Administration Agency (CAA) is managing this tender process on behalf of TWRM, and is the contact point for all queries throughout the tender process. No queries should be made directly within the Queensland Museum agencies as they will be redirected to CAA.
This is a significant tendering opportunity for the entire package of works, and as such the Principal will not consider or accept part offers for this invitation.