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Solar energy

Cyprus Productivity Centre | Published August 22, 2015
cpvs
09330000

Solar energy

Tender procedure for the realization of the Energy Workshop at the Cyprus Productivity Centre and the training of the users.

Cyprus Productivity Centre | Published February 18, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
cpvs
09330000

Tender procedure for the realization of the Energy Workshop at the Cyprus Productivity Centre and the training of the users, falling under categories 09330000 of the CPV classification, as identified in detail in the Tender Documents.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Ministry of Finance | Published May 9, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09300000, 65000000, 76000000, 79000000

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Tender Negotiated Procedure for the provision of Maintenance/Support Services and Optional Services for the Pnevma System of the Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver of the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism — ΤΥΠ2015/006/Δ/A.

Department of Information Technology Services | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
Sword SA
cpvs
72250000

The provision of Maintenance/Support Services and Optional Services for the Pnevma System of the Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver of the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism.

Electricity meters

Electricity Authority of Cyprus | Published July 3, 2014  -  Deadline August 27, 2014
cpvs
38554000, 48612000

This tender covers the design and implementation of an electricity energy prepayment metering system that will include, but not limited to, a central management system, the payment infrastructure and the required energy measuring prepayment meters.

Tender for the appointment of a reputable independent energy advisor with relevant industry expertise to provide professional services regarding the preparation of a study for the legal unbundling, the corporatisation and the privatisation of the Electricity Authority of Cyprus, and the required regulatory review.

Ministry of Finance | Published September 1, 2015
Winner
Exergia A.E.
cpvs
09000000, 09300000, 65000000, 76000000, 79000000

The Government seeks to appoint a reputable independent energy advisor with relevant industry expertise to provide professional services regarding the preparation of a study (the ‘Study’) for the legal unbundling, the corporatisation and the privatisation of Electricity Authority of Cyprus (‘EAC’), and the required regulatory review, according to the relevant provisions of the Ministerial Decision 76.153 of 5 December 2013. The Study must include an international benchmarking, including cost structures, of EAC with relevant/ comparable electricity companies. It is clarified that the Contracting Authority does not intend to appoint any other advisors for the preparation of the Study.

Tender for the appointment of a reputable independent energy advisor with relevant industry expertise to provide professional services regarding the preparation of a study for the legal unbundling, the corporatisation and the privatisation of the Electricity Authority of Cyprus, and the required regulatory review.

Ministry of Finance | Published February 6, 2015  -  Deadline March 17, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09300000, 65000000, 76000000, 79000000

The Government seeks to appoint a reputable independent energy advisor with relevant industry expertise to provide professional services regarding the preparation of a study (the ‘Study') for the legal unbundling, the corporatisation and the privatisation of Electricity Authority of Cyprus (‘EAC'), and the required regulatory review, according to the relevant provisions of the Ministerial Decision 76.153 of 5.12.2013. The Study must include an international benchmarking, including cost structures, of EAC with relevant / comparable electricity companies. It is clarified that the Contracting Authority does not intend to appoint any other advisors for the preparation of the Study.

petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Electricity Authority of Cyprus | Published June 28, 2012
Winner
Ελληνικά Πετρέλαια (Κύπρου) ΛΤΔ CYPRUS E-mail: mangelides@helpe.gr
cpvs
09000000

:Supply of petroleum products for the Authority's vehicles and stores for a period of two years.

petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Electricity Authority of Cyprus | Published March 1, 2012  -  Deadline April 25, 2012
cpvs
09000000

:Supply of petroleum products for the Authority's vehicles and stores for a period of 2 years.

Other sources of energy supplies and distribution

Υπουργείο Άμυνας | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
65400000

Προμήθεια, Εγκατάσταση και Συντήρηση Ηλεκτροπαραγωγών Ζευγών.

Devices and instruments for infusion

Υπουργείο Υγείας | Published September 14, 2016  -  Deadline October 20, 2016
cpvs
33194100

Tender for the supply Systems Energy disposable for continuous administration of Desferioxamine drug S.Y.52.16.

Contest negotiated procedure for the extension of the system of single contact CSR Department of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism - TYP2013 / 031 / N / A

Τμήμα Υπηρεσιών Πληροφορικής | Published August 16, 2014
Winner
INTELI–SCAPE LTD.22 Larnakos Ave., 4th floorNicosia 2101 sales@inteliscape.com +357 22448500 http://www.inteliscape.com+357 22448511
cpvs
72262000

Επέκταση του συστήματος του Ενιαίου Κέντρου Εξυπηρέτησης ΕΚΕ του Υπουργείου Ενέργειας, Εμπορίου, Βιομηχανίας και Τουρισμού

Software programming and consultancy services

Τμήμα Υπηρεσιών Πληροφορικής | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 5, 2016
cpvs
72200000, 72500000

Purchases of services of two experts for the work of the Information Support Schemes Management System (PSDSCH) Ministry of Energy, Trade, Industry and Tourism (YEEVT).

Installation of road lighting equipment

Τμήμα Ηλεκτρομηχανολογικών Υπηρεσιών | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
45316110, 50232100, 50232110, 71314300

Providing Energy Services with the Economic Benefit Guaranteed Method for Road Lighting motorway Limassol - Paphos, including the replacement of street lighting with LED-type lamps, and twelve maintenance. (Excluding the tunnel and the weigh station).

EuroAsia Interconnector Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Study and support services

EuroAsia Interconnector Limited | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
71311000, 71241000, 71315000

The EuroAsia Interconnector project links the electrical systems of Israel, Cyprus and continental Greece (via Crete) through 500KV sub-marine DC cables and HVDC onshore stations in each country/location and have a total capacity of 2 000 MW. The project creates an energy bridge between the 2 continents with a total length of the interconnector of 1 520 km, and creates a reliable alternative corridor for transferring electricity to Europe and allow for reverse transmission of electricity.

Stage 1 of the EuroAsia Interconnector consist of a 500 kV submarine cable with a total capacity of 1 000 MW and 8 HVDC onshore stations.

The project promoter of the EuroAsia Interconnector is EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, a subsidiary of Cyprus-based Quantum Energy Limited and with the participation of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) S.A. The interconnector project has been included in the list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union, as a cluster PCI consisting of the following PCIs:

— PCI 3.10.1 — Interconnection between Hadera (IL) and Kofinou (CY);

— PCI 3.10.2 — Interconnection between Kofinou (CY) and Korakia, Crete (EL);

— PCI 3.10.3 — Internal line between Korakia, Crete(EL) and Attica region (EL) Pachi.

The project is at its final design phase prior to the commencement of construction works.

In order to implement the project, the following activities are required to ensure adequate technological surveillance in the context of the whole extension of the project.

1. Front End Engineering Design (FEED) activity consist of performing the final review of all the results of the activities completed in the pre-feasibility, feasibility and final system configuration assessment stages and to perform the studies needed to define the tender functional specifications of the system components and subsystems which consist of:

a. AC cable interconnections to the existing AC substations for the interconnection of the HVDC link to the existing AC network.

b. HVDC VSC type converter stations.

c. HVDC and MVDC cables, considering both the land sections and the submarine links (Israel-Cyprus, Crete-Cyprus, Crete-Attica).

d. Sea electrodes / return cables provided for the emergency mono-polar operation of portions of the system.

2. Assistance to the EuroAsia Interconnector Project Executor (PE) in selecting the contractor(s) for the project execution through international competitive tendering processes.

3. Assistance to the PE in the analysis and revision of the detailed system studies performed by the awarded contractor(s) for:

a. The verification of the integration of the Interconnector within the existing AC networks;

b. The final design of converter systems.

in order to verify that the final technical specifications defined by the contractor ful-fill the functional requirements.

4. Assistance to the PE in ensuring that all project works are carried out in accordance with contracts in terms of quality and schedule including Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs) and Site Acceptance Tests (SAT), commissioning and trial operation assistance.

EuroAsia Interconnector Submarine Power Cable Installation Study

EuroAsia Interconnector Limited | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
71310000, 31321300, 31321500

The EuroAsia Interconnector project links the electrical systems of Israel, Cyprus and continental Greece (via Crete) through 500 KV sub-marine DC cables and HVDC onshore stations in each country/location and have a total capacity of 2 000 MW. The project creates an energy bridge between the two continents with a total length of the interconnector of 1 520 km, and creates a reliable alternative corridor for transferring electricity to Europe and allow for reverse transmission of electricity.

Stage 1 of the EuroAsia Interconnector consist of a 500 kV submarine cable with a total capacity of 1 000 MW and 8 HVDC onshore stations.

The project promoter of the EuroAsia Interconnector is EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, a subsidiary of Cyprus-based Quantum Energy Limited and with the participation of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) S.A. The interconnector project has been included in the list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union, as a cluster PCI consisting of the following PCIs:

· PCI 3.10.1 — Interconnection between Hadera (IL) and Kofinou (CY)

· PCI 3.10.2 — Interconnection between Kofinou (CY) and Korakia, Crete (EL)

· PCI 3.10.3 — Internal line between Korakia, Crete(EL) and Attica region (EL) Pachi

The project is at its final design phase prior to the commencement of construction works.

The general Scope of Work of the proposal is to provide a cable installation study for the EuroAsia Interconnector Cable. This includes the review of available data, route analysis, cable installation, cable protection and landfall construction.

The Scope of Work of the study consists of the parts shown below and considers the complete cable installation including the construction of the landfalls. For each of these parts, an overview is shown below along with a brief description.

1. Study Preparation, Project Management & Reporting: Basic Framework for the study, study management, meeting, documentation.

2. Risk Assessment / HAZID: Identify the acceptable risk level and necessary protection level to achieve it. Identification of the hazards that generate risk.

3. Review Data: Review of completeness and quality of the data, including cable specifications, cable route, metocean and geotechnical data, environmental requirements

4. Engineering Basis Study: Summary of all technical data to be used in the remainder of the study, with assumptions where necessary

5. Free Span Analysis: The analysis will determine the allowable free span for the cables.

6. Route Optimisation: Select most appropriate and cost effective route; prepare alignment sheets

7. Cable Length Assessment: Assessment of the estimated required cable length along the whole route

8. Cable Lay Analysis: Static and dynamic installation analysis along the whole route.

9. Repair Options: Options for making future repairs to the cable will be analyzed.

10. Pre-lay Seabed Preparation: Seabed interventions required before the cable can be installed.

11. Workability analysis: Workability analysis, including working windows required, for a set of representative vessels.

12. Protection Design: Protection philosophy, analysis of accidental loads, design of protection.

13. Landfall Site Assessment, Local Content & Site Access: Site Visit & Assessment and Investigation of locally available resources.

14. Landfall Installation Method Statement: Selection pf most suitable method of landfall construction, storyboard, required materials and landfall specific equipment.

15. Equipment Specification: Specification of the required equipment, both vessels auxiliary equipment.

16. Project execution Plan & Method Statement: High level description of required actions, methods and procedures

17. Installation Schedule: Provisional planning of project execution.

18. Budget Estimate: High level cost estimate for the actual installation of the cable and landfalls.

Installation of road lighting equipment

Ενεργειακό Γραφείο Κυπρίων Πολιτών | Published August 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 5, 2015
cpvs
45316110, 50232110, 50232100

Design, supply, installation, testing, operation and maintenance to replace 55 940 existing lighting street lighting bodies located in the administrative territory of 20 local authorities, with more energy efficient fixtures and fittings, through the award of Energy Efficiency (All 20 local authorities : Strovolos Municipality, Municipality of Larnaca Municipality Lakatamia Municipality Aradippou, Paralimni Municipality, Aglantzia Municipality, Municipality of Engomi, Latsia Municipality, Municipality Agios Athanasios Municipality Geri, Deryneia Municipality, Municipality Polis, Municipality Lefkara Psimolofou Community, Community Workers, Community Episkopi Curium, Community Agros Community Kyperounta, Community Lythrodontas Community Platres). The Bidder may submit a bid for all the local authorities involved in the subject matter or for a specific number or for a local authority.

Provision of consulting services, legal and procedural expert advice and advisory support to the Government, for the licensing of an Integrated Casino Resort in the Republic of Cyprus

Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism | Published August 28, 2013  -  Deadline September 27, 2013
cpvs
79000000, 79111000, 79400000, 79421200, 79418000, 79419000, 79421000, 79413000

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus aims at licensing the operation of an Integrated Casino Resort (defined as a large scale integrated hospitality and casino resort destination) which will be the leading Integrated Casino Resort in Europe and amongst the best ones of the world. The Government, through the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism, is initiating the process of licensing of an Integrated Casino Resort in the Republic of Cyprus via the present competition, which seeks to select the best independent integrated advisory services team with particular experience in the hospitality and casino gaming industry within the context of tourism. The selected advisory team will assist the Government in navigating the process of casino licensing, including the design and oversight of the licensing process, drafting of legislation, development of regulation and assessment of suitable investors, developers and operators for the Integrated Casino Resort.

EuroAsia Interconnector Territorial Civil Works Studies

EuroAsia Interconnector Limited | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
71222100, 71222200, 71351000, 71322000, 71322500, 71325000, 71327000, 71220000, 71321000, 71246000

The EuroAsia Interconnector project links the electrical systems of Israel, Cyprus and continental Greece (via Crete) through 500KV sub-marine DC cables and HVDC onshore stations in each country/location and have a total capacity of 2 000 MW. The project creates an energy bridge between the 2 continents with a total length of the interconnector of 1 520 km, and creates a reliable alternative corridor for transferring electricity to Europe and allow for reverse transmission of electricity.

Stage 1 of the EuroAsia Interconnector consist of a 500 kV submarine cable with a total capacity of 1 000 MW and 8 HVDC onshore stations.

The project promoter of the EuroAsia Interconnector is EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, a subsidiary of Cyprus-based Quantum Energy Limited and with the participation of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) S.A. The interconnector project has been included in the list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union, as a cluster PCI consisting of the following PCIs:

— PCI 3.10.1 — Interconnection between Hadera (IL) and Kofinou (CY);

— PCI 3.10.2 — Interconnection between Kofinou (CY) and Korakia, Crete (EL);

— PCI 3.10.3 — Internal line between Korakia, Crete(EL) and Attica region (EL) Pachi.

The project is at its final design phase prior to the commencement of construction works.

In order to secure a safe implementation of the project the following Territorial Civil Studies will be necessary.

1. Surveying and mapping of the project area:

a. A detailed topographic survey of the project areas.

b. A detailed area surveying and elevation mapping of the project areas.

c. A topographic mapping of the project areas.

2. Road design: Assessment of excising road system and design of roads wherever necessary in order to connect the project areas with the existing road system. Must apply road safety and lighting design based on local laws regulations.

3. Hydraulic works design: Includes hydrological studies in order to specify parameters of flood protection works. Settlement design of existing water streams adjacent to the project area. Flood protection works design of the converter stations and the jointing pits. Drainage design of the main road systems in the areas of the project.

4. Geological Studies: Studies to include, geological mapping of the project area, collection of existing data and evaluation of the area's seismic characteristics; Technical and Geological studies of the geological formations within the project area;

5. Geo-technical design and research: Drilling and acquiring of ground samples in the areas of the Converter Stations and Jointing Pits and along the proposed road network for laboratory testing. Evaluation studies of the project's areas geo-technical conditions. Foundation design for the Converter station, the Jointing Pits and road network needed. Excavation and embankment design for the proposed road works. Embankment design for the converter station and slope design for the proposed road works.

6. MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) design of the Converter Station buildings and the surrounding area including water and plumbing network design, HVAC design, electrical installation design, BMS (Building, Management System) design, fire protection and lighting protection.

7. Landscaping design conducted according to the guidelines and restrictions of the EIA ensuring the restoration of the project area after the construction phase, including grassing for the enhanced stability of the slopes which will be created and irrigation design of the proposed green areas.

8. Cable line design: Consists of the required works regarding cable trench placement from the converter stations to the existing electricity power grid in order to specify the exact cable route and will include: Collection of mapping data. Collection of data concerning existing power and telecommunication lines, water, natural gas and sewage networks. Evaluation processing and integration/synthesis of available network maps. Imprinting the collected data to the project's topography map. Optimization of the cable line route and production of general layout and alignment drawings. Design of required technical works, in case of interception of the cable line with existing projects and networks must be displayed. Design of alternative cable routes in case of administrative obstacles.

9. Road access capacity study in order to ensure transport ability and security for the heavy load equipment of the Converter Stations from the nearest appropriate ports to the Converter Station areas.

EuroAsia Interconnector Detailed Geophysical and Geo-technical Route Study

EuroAsia Interconnector Limited | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
71354500, 71355000, 71351710, 71352000

The EuroAsia Interconnector project links the electrical systems of Israel, Cyprus and continental Greece (via Crete) through 500KV sub-marine DC cables and HVDC onshore stations in each country/location and have a total capacity of 2 000MW. The project creates an energy bridge between the two continents with a total length of the interconnector of 1 520 km, and creates a reliable alternative corridor for transferring electricity to Europe and allow for reverse transmission of electricity.

Stage 1 of the EuroAsia Interconnector consist of a 500 kV submarine cable with a total capacity of 1 000 MW and 8 HVDC onshore stations.

The project promoter of the EuroAsia Interconnector is EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, a subsidiary of Cyprus-based Quantum Energy Limited and with the participation of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) S.A. The interconnector project has been included in the list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union, as a cluster PCI consisting of the following PCIs:

— PCI 3.10.1 — Interconnection between Hadera (IL) and Kofinou (CY).

— PCI 3.10.2 — Interconnection between Kofinou (CY) and Korakia, Crete (EL).

— PCI 3.10.3 — Internal line between Korakia, Crete(EL) and Attica region (EL) Pachi.

The project is at its final design phase prior to the commencement of construction works.

After the reconnaissance survey performed at beginning of this year, the difficult areas to be crossed have been identified. They require a higher resolution for the suitable routing and further the several in-service cables crossing the EAI route also require to be identified for finalizing the crossing agreements with the other cable systems Operators.

The Scope of the survey is to achieve a sufficient detail of the seabed features generally along the entire route, i.e. at any water depth but also a good sub bottom profiling and side scan sonar down to 700 — mwd, where the burial assessment is requested and beyond as necessary for both featuring the surface geology and to assess the sediment structure for the cable protection by burial. The difficult identified areas will require more attention in order to select the suitable acceptable routing on line.

As for burial assessment, a geo-technical campaign will be performed after the detailed geophysical survey, in order to perform soil sampling by gravity and vibro corers and cone penetrometer test (CPT) at discrete intervals and locations determined by the geophysical results of Sub bottom profiler (SBP).

Given the length for the whole survey, the extended deep water areas, the high required resolution, ROV's and possibly AUV's will need to be employed to increase the resolution of swath bathymetry (MBES); Side scan Sonar (SSS) and SBP and on board Data processing and charting shall be performed for the route design process, in connection with shore based Processing teams.

The timing constraints will probably oblige the task sharing in sequence by employing different vessels of different capabilities for the AUV and ROV and for the nearshore and shallow water and for the geo-technics, with further sharing according to the links as necessary to stay in the planned time of possibly no more than 13 months of operation at sea, depending on the variable factors as weather, number of samples and crossing inspection, etc.

It is envisaged a simultaneous operation for the nearshore survey by 2 or 3 vessels up to 50-100 mwd depending on the distance from the coast as daytime work. 1 or 2 Vessels for the Geophysical survey performed from surface and by AUV and ROV for the cable crossing identification and 1 Vessel or even 2 for the geo-technical Campaign.

The preliminary reporting will be performed on board but reworked and integrated on shore at Contractor's premises, even in different sites as the survey proceeds, according to the program that will be better developed and set up after the bidding process. It is clearly necessary a great effort to coordinate the different tasks and also the reporting in such a way that the results would be presented with the same quality, structure and effectiveness.

After the draft final report delivery for each link, this will be reviewed and the burial assessment study may be started, as well the installation engineering. Both ones of these tasks would be completed well after the delivery of the final reviewed survey reports.