The contractor will be tasked with providing technical support and advice to the Analysis and Modeling Division using its energy/emissions model (Energy 2020).
Without limiting the scope of work, the successful contractor shall carry out the following tasks as describe herein:
Task 1: Base Case Development for GHG Emissions and Air Pollutants – The contractor will complete the following tasks:
Task 2: Technical Support for Updating, Modifying and Enhancing Energy Supply and Demand (End use) sector Modules – The contractor will complete the following tasks:
Task 3: Support for Testing Alternative Regulatory and Market Based Approaches – The contractor will complete the following tasks:
Develop and test new code assumption files to implement proposed regulatory or market-based approaches in selected energy supply and end use energy demand sectors
Task 4: Technical Support for Policy Testing – The contractor will complete the following tasks:
The National Energy Board (NEB or Board) periodically publishes assessments of Canadian energy supply, demand and markets in support of its ongoing market monitoring. One such assessment is the Board’s Energy Futures (EF) series of long-term projections. It covers all energy types, for all regions in Canada, by varying sector detail. In the EF modelling system, the macroeconomic outcomes are integral to the energy projections, particularly on the energy use side.
National Energy Board requires a macroeconomic forecast provider to assist the Board meet the following objective:
Like the previous EF Reports, in order to deliver its Energy Futures 2017 Report expected to be released in next spring, the Board will require a macroeconomic projection for its Reference Case and one alternative sensitivity case.
Heads Up Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) typically publishes a maximum of five (5) stories (of approximately 450 words) per issue; while Heads Up: Building Energy Efficiency usually publishes a maximum of 3 stories (of approximately 450 words).
To bolster editorial content, BID requires the services of a writer to supply stories on the energy efficiency achievements of the industrial, buildings, utilities and government sectors on an ongoing basis.
The stories require a Canadian angle and must be in a journalistic format meaning that they are informative, engaging and easy to read. Plain language and the use of active voice are important requirements as per Treasury Board Guidelines on Web and other public materials. From time-to-time, the newsletters cover complex technical issues that must be explained in a manner that is appropriate for the following target audiences:
• Executives and senior managers of Canadian facilities in the industrial, manufacturing and government sectors;
• Executives and senior managers of Canadian buildings in the private, institutional, municipal and government sectors;
• Energy practitioners, operations managers, project managers, engineers, owners, and plant managers;
• Employees in the targeted sectors;
• Trade association executive directors and senior staff;
• Energy program managers within provincial/territorial governments; and
• Senior government managers.
REQUEST FOR STANDING OFFER
Soliciation # : F5211-170009
Closing Date : Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Closing Time : 2:00 PM (Atlantic Time)
This requirement is for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO).
Title: Standing Offer for Building Energy Consulting, Monitoring Services & Renewable Energy Project Design
OBJECTIVES OF THE REQUIREMENT
The purpose of this request is to solicit proposals for standing offers for companies with the ability to provide technical and project professional services related to detailed energy studies/assessment of DFO facilities, monitoring/analysis of energy data and renewable energy project design & development professional services. The successful proponents are required to have significant experience in building energy data analysis and the assessment of energy-consuming equipment, appliances, systems and components thereof. Further experience in terms of: process energy analysis/process optimization, fish rearing practices and efficient rearing strategies and small scale renewable energy generation would be of benefit, along with first-hand knowledge of sustainable/renewable energy project design & development.
As well, the successful proponents are required to have significant experience in the federal framework. Proponents will be available to help DFO staff to prepare, develop and implement energy conservation/management measures or parts thereof on an as needed basis.
Past and upcoming projects involving energy consulting include the following:
• Utility monitoring and reporting at minimum 43 sites across DFO Pacific
• BC Hydro and /or FORTISBC Energy Studies at 15 sites in the past 3 years
• Sub-metered energy and water data collection, compilation, analysis & reporting
• Analysis & design of micro generation opportunity
• Fish hatchery facility assessments and recommendations (looking at water reuse and recirculation technologies)
The services involved in these and other projects would include: site inspections, condition assessments, energy related assessments, energy conservation measures identification and analysis, design specifications and design development of energy consuming systems including renewable energy options. Project deliverables would include but not limited to: ASHRAE II detailed energy audits with recommendations, engineering drawings, reports, detailed utility data analysis and reporting, energy savings calculations and local utility conservation programs’ applications.
This standing offer is designed to provide external engineering resources to assist with the update, upgrade and maintenance of the infrastructure components listed above, on an as needed basis. For field equipment, certain items cannot be charged as separate line items because it is assumed that these costs are covered in the hourly rate.
The purpose of this request for proposal is to obtain a list of qualified companies that can perform these activities to meet the specific needs of DFO.
PERIOD OF CONTRACT
The period for placing call-ups against any resulting Standing Offer will be a maximum of three (3) years from the date a Standing Offer is authorized by DFO. The Standing Offer will initially be awarded for a one year period and may be extended for two more years. Call-ups will not be made for services beyond the three year period.
The total cost to Her Majesty resulting from call-ups against all Standing Offers shall not exceed $ 500,000.00, GST and HST included for the entire period totalling all standing offers issued including option years.
The number of Standing Offers issued under this RFP shall be up to 5, the value of each to be determined at award.
There is no security requirement for this contract.
The basis of selection is Highest Compliant Combined Rating of Technical Merit and Price.
Enquiries regarding this RFP requirement are to be submitted in writing to the following:
A/Team Lead - Contracting
Materiel and Procurement Services
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
301 Bishop Drive
Fredericton (NB) E3C 2M6
Telephone : (506) 452-3639
Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Interchangeable Parts GSIN Description: SPECTROMETER, ENERGY DISPERSIVE (EDX) Quantity: 1
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Best Overall Proposal GSIN Description: Energy Efficiency Technology (R&D) Quantity: 1
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Exclusive Rights GSIN Description: Wind Energy Systems (R&D) Quantity: 3
Trade Agreement: NONE Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Exclusive Rights GSIN Description: Energy Efficiency Technology (R&D) Quantity: 2
The National Energy Board (NEB) has identified a requirement for a macroeconomic forecast provider to provide the economic input to Energy 2020 in the process of undertaking the analysis for Energy Futures 2016: Update report. The Board periodically publishes assessments of Canadian energy supply, demand and markets in support of its ongoing market monitoring. These assessments address various aspects of energy markets in Canada. One such assessment is the Board’s Energy Futures (EF) series of long-term projections. The most recent EF report, Canada’s Energy Future 2016: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040 (EF2016) projects Canadian energy supply and demand trends out to 2040. It covers all energy types, for all regions in Canada, by varying sector detail
A range of energy efficiency web content updates, prepared in MS Word, including the merging of similar content as well as reformatting and re-writing of existing content. New content may also need to be created to better reach new and existing audiences