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Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

ENSO NETZ GmbH | Published January 19, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
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09000000, 09331200

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Contract for the supply of electrical energy.

Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG | Published April 24, 2015
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09310000

Vertrag zur Lieferung elektrischer Energie

Electricity distribution

Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden an der Technischen Universität Dresden Anstalt des öffentlichen Rechts des Freistaates Sachsen | Published December 17, 2016
Winner
Stadtwerke Rostock AG, N-ERGIE Aktiengesellschaft, envia Mitteldeutsche Energie AG, Energie-, Wasser-, Abwassergesellschaft Geiseltal mbH, DREWAG Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH, Stadtwerke Görlitz AG
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65310000

Framework agreement for the supply of electrical energy.

Delivery Electronic Energy Meter and Accessories

Staatsbetrieb Sächsisches Immobilien- und Baumanagement / NL Dresden I | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline November 8, 2016
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Electron microscopes

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e. V. | Published December 3, 2015
Winner
Elmitec GmbH
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38511000

The invitation is aimed at the production, supply and turnkey installation of a low-energy electron microscope (LEEM) for the study of ion-modified surfaces. The microscope is as part of a UHV (ultra high vacuum = UHV) distribution system be connected to other ion-technical equipment. The transport of samples from different experiments in the UHV distribution system to LEEM and back without interrupting the vacuum chain (called. In-situ conditions) is indispensable. In addition, an ion source to be applied to the ion etching of surfaces directly on the LEEM to a time-resolved developments of surface structures to investigate by ion etching. The possibility of the LEEM as spectrometers scattered electron (EELS, AES) and photoelectron (ARPES) to use (spectroscopy mode) is also essential for us in the foreground.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

ENSO NETZ GmbH | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 15, 2017
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09000000, 09331200

free site provide photovoltaic modules with about 5 000 kWp;

- 260-270 Wp plus sorting;

- Max. 1675 mm x 992 mm x 40 mm.

Electricity

NaMLab gGmbH | Published December 15, 2016
Winner
Stadtwerke Hannover AG
cpvs
09310000

Supply of electricity including grid usage (all-inclusive power supply) at the discharge point of the client. Estimated current delivery quantity is approx. 1.4 MWh / year, the reactive energy 290 000 kVArh per year.

Electricity

NaMLab gGmbH | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline November 9, 2016
cpvs
09310000

Tender for supply of electricity including grid usage (all-inclusive power supply) at the discharge point of the client. Estimated current delivery quantity is approx. 1.4 MWh / year, the reactive energy 290 000 kVArh per year.

Expansion of the energy trading system DREWAG - Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH.

Erweiterung des Energiehandelssystems der DREWAG – Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH | Published March 11, 2015
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72263000, 72267000

Erweiterung des Energiehandelssystems der DREWAG – Stadtwerke Dresden GmbH

Lasers

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V. | Published December 9, 2016
Winner
Amplitude Technologies
cpvs
38636100

The tendering procedure issues the procurement, supply, transfer of title of full ownership and ready-for-use-installation of a 100 TW ultra-short pulse high intensity laser for the HIBEF-Project (Helmholtz International Beamline for Extreme Fields at the European XFEL). HIBEF is a common project of DESY, Helmholtz-Institut Jena and the HZDR for providing ultra-intensive short- and high energy long-pulse-lasersystems as well as pulsed high-field magnetic coils at the HED-user-station of European XFEL. The project will result in a worldwide unique combination of sources with strong electromagnetic fields respectively extreme material conditions (and their secondary sources) with a highly brilliant and coherent X-ray source.

General operating conditions defining the laser system will be:

— Continuous operation with nominal 100 TW on target at a pulse repetition rate of 10 Hz (matching the XFELpulse rate).

— Continuous operation with nominal 250 TW on target at reduced repetition rate (flexible, up to a maximum of 5Hz).

— Single shot (shot on demand) or burst mode operation without significant degradation of pulse parameters forthe 250 TW mode.

— Pulse duration supported down to 25fs.

— Pulse energy.

>3J nominal on target for 10 Hz.

>4J maximum performance on target for 10 Hz operation (1h).

>7.5J nominal on target for 5 Hz continuous (12h) operation.

>10J maximum performance on target for 5 Hz operation (1h).

Shot-on-demand capability at all levels.

Electricity

IKK classic | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline May 19, 2017
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09310000

Subject of the service to be provided is to supply the delivery points of the client in Hamburg and Saxony with electrical energy.

Subject of the service to be provided is to supply with electrical energy in the region of Hamburg.

Subject of the service to be provided is to supply with electrical energy in the region axes.

Electricity

IKK classic | Published February 16, 2017
Winner
Stadtwerke Greven GmbH
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09310000

Subject of deliverable is supplying the delivery points of the client simultaneously with electrical power as single or three phase at a frequency of 50 Hz. The power supply includes the power usage (Allinclusive power supply).

Subject of the service to the supply of electric energy in the Bayern region.

Subject of the service to the supply of electric energy in the region of Lower Saxony.

Subject of the service to the supply of electric energy in the region of North Rhine.

Subject of the service to the supply of electric energy in the region of Thuringia.

Subject of the service to the supply of electric energy in the region of Westphalia-Lippe.

Accelerator.

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V. | Published December 26, 2015
Winner
High Voltage Engin. Europa B. V.
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31643000

HZDR intends to install a new low-energy ion laboratory at its Ion Beam Center (IBC). For this purpose we need the delivery of the following components.

Lot 1: Electrostatic ion accelerator and beam line.

Lot 2: UHV Process chamber and electrostatic analyzer.

Lot 1 contains the delivery of an ion source, the mass-analyzing magnet, the ion acceleration stage and the ion beam transport to an experimental chamber. Required (or recommended) ion optics or beam diagnostic components and a remote control system should be included as well. The bidder offers a complete facility including its installation and commissioning at the customer's site. Commissioning includes unpacking, mechanical assembly and alignment, connection of electrical cabling, system test and running as well as a final acceptance test. The offer should further include an on-site training for operation of the facility.

The facility has to include the following parts:

1. A high-voltage platform including.

— an ion source for light ions (protons and He ions) including a short beam line connecting the source to an analyzer magnet. This includes all ion optics, vacuum system and ion beam diagnostics.

— an analyzer magnet capable to bend ions from all ion sources described below into one common beam line towards an accelerator tube.

— a connecting ion beam line guiding the ion beam from the analyzer magnet to the accelerator tube including the vacuum system as well as all ion optical elements and beam diagnostics necessary to guide the ion beam.

2. An ion accelerator tube suitable to fit the demands for ion acceleration.

3. A connecting ion beam line guiding the ion beam from the exit of the accelerator tube to the experimental chamber including the vacuum system as well as all ion optical elements and beam diagnostics necessary to guide the ion beam.

Lot 2 contains the delivery of an UHV vacuum chamber equipped with an electrostatic analyzer capable to perform Medium Energy Ion Scattering Spectrometry (MEIS). The bidder offers a complete equipped chamber including its commissioning at the customer's site. Commissioning includes unpacking, mechanical assembly and alignment, connection of electrical cabling, system test and running as well as a final acceptance test. The offer should further include an on-site training for operation of the MEIS system.

The quotation has to include the following parts:

— an UHV experimental chamber,

— a target receiving station mounted on a 6-axis goniometer,

— an electrostatic analyzer for MEIS applications,

— an ion fraction measurement box, and

— a complete vacuum system.

Secondary school construction work

Landeshauptstadt Dresden, GB Finanzen und Liegenschaften, Zentrales Vergabebüro | Published April 29, 2015
Winner
Retschke-Zschornak Heizungstechnik und Gasdruckregleranlagen GmbH
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45214220

Fachlos 223 - heating installations, geothermal energy.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Landwirtschaft und Geologie, zentrale Vergabestelle | Published August 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 29, 2015
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71000000

Development of the hydrogeological base map and derivation of topics Hydrogeological sections, protection and geothermal energy for different sheets.

Undulator U37

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e. V. | Published November 6, 2015
Winner
RI research Instruments GmbH
cpvs
38636100

The radiation source ELBE at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), former Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (FZD) is built around a superconducting electron linear accelerator, constructed to produce quasi cw electron beams up to 1 mA average beam current at energies of 12 - 34 MeV. The electron beam is used to generate various kinds of secondary radiation, mainly to drive the 2 free-electron lasers U27 and U100 in the infrared region (4-250 μm). FELBE is an acronym for the free-electron laser (FEL) at the Electron Linear accelerator with high Brilliance and Low Emittance (ELBE). The 2 undulators cover the wavelength range from 4 - 250 μm and deliver pulses of duration 1 - 25 ps and pulse energy 0.01 - 2 μJ, depending on wavelength. Two different modes of pulsing are available at FELBE. The first is a macrobunch mode, delivering trains of FEL pulses of 0.1 - 36 ms. The macrobunches are repeated with a rate of 1 - 25 Hz. This is the typical way of operation for rf-accelerator based infrared FELs. The second mode is continuous pulsing with a repetition rate of 13 MHz. This mode is enabled by the superconducting accelerator ELBE. Continuous pulsing is highly attractive for many experiments, especially for 2-color experiments in which various table-top laser sources can be synchronized to FELBE. Within Europe, FELBE is the only FEL operating in continuous pulsing mode. Because of the small variation range of the undulator parameter Krms (0.4 - 0.7) the working area of U27 is rather small. Often it is necessary to vary the wavelength of the laser beam to a larger extent. In this case it would be more comfortable to only change the undulator gap instead of the electron energy which is much more involved and time consuming. Above 18 μm the gain is rather small and the net gain is further reduced by optical losses in the Resonator caused by the shallow vacuum chamber (10 mm) in the undulator. This makes lasing more and more difficult. Above 22 μm lasing is impossible. On the other hand, the partial waveguide of the U100 FEL has increasing optical losses at wavelengths below 25 μm which prevent lasing below 20 μm. As a result, a gap in the region of 20 μm appears between the working areas of both FELs. A planned new undulator is intended for replacing the old U27 undulator. It should fit into the existing resonator without major changes and should have a larger working area, to bridge the gap between the old U27 and the U100 undulator and ensure a significant overlap between the working areas of both undulators. An extension to larger wavelengths is desired while the shortest wavelengths of the old U27 are considered as dispensable.

Cleaning and sanitation services

Landeshauptstadt Dresden, Geschäftsbereich Personal und Recht, Eigenbetrieb Sportstätten Dresden | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
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90900000, 90911200

Maintenance cleaning (UR), basic cleaning (GR) and special cleaning in the energy network arena of self-operation sports venues Dresden, Magdeburger Str. 10 in 01067 Dresden.

Electricity

Stadtentwässerung Dresden GmbH | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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09310000

Supply of approximately 8,700,000 kWh / a electrical energy to 181 delivery points for the operation of sewage treatment plants, pumping stations, buildings and other establishments of the city drainage Dresden GmbH. The pricing is done on EEX at 3 shopping dates per year (per Auftragsfax).

Supply of approximately 8,700,000 kWh / a electrical energy to 181 delivery points for the operation of sewage treatment plants, pumping stations, buildings and other establishments of the city drainage Dresden GmbH. The pricing is done on EEX at 3 shopping dates per year (per Auftragsfax).

Scanning electron microscopes

Technische Universität Dresden | Published July 29, 2015
Winner
Oxford Instruments GmbH
cpvs
38511100

The advertised equipment system should (DCN) are the Technische Universität Dresden installed and operated in Dresden Center for Nano Analysis. The aim of the tender is the procurement of a powerful scanning electron microscope with EDX and EBSD system and Nanoindenter with delivery, installation, commissioning and instruction are included in the use, evaluation and troubleshooting. The planned infrastructure measure is within the DCN with an electron microscope analysis additions that go beyond the mere illustration, be provided for the future-oriented research in the fields of microelectronics and nanotechnologies and new materials for lightweight construction, energy and environment. In the to be acquired equipment system is a novel combination of a scanning electron microscope with a low intrinsic energy width and with high resolution at low excitation voltages, and with EDX system (energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy), EBSD system (diffraction backscattered electrons) and in-situ Nanoindenter. In this way, a comprehensive characterization of materials is made possible, in particular, the kinetic study of processes in materials, structures and systems (4D analysis). With the equipment to be acquired system and in particular by the combination of analytics and manipulation systems, the study of nanoscale functional materials and structures as well as the solution of application-oriented tasks far beyond the now common with the scanning electron level are possible. The project infrastructure will be created, which is responsible for high-tech industry in Saxony, z. B. for the silicon-based microelectronics and organic electronics, as well as the lightweight construction industry, of great benefit.

Non-medical equipment based on the use of radiations

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V. | Published February 14, 2017
Winner
X-Ray Engineering (XRE) bvba
cpvs
38580000, 73300000

Development and validation of a robust and process-linked method to transfer 3-D X-ray tomographic data to a Generalized Particle Characterization Framework and Simulation Model for Mineral Processing and Recycling. To meet the aims of this agreement, we need a powerful X-ray CT instrument as described in the technical conditions, enhanced by:

— Additional data coming from energy sensitive sensors,

— Additional data coming from adapted process-linked detectors,

— Combination with other 2-D techniques such as electron beam based methods of automated mineralogy,

— Prior knowledge obtained from in depth investigation of the materials and expert.

Minimal technical conditions.

X-ray source:

— voltage of 240kV,

— power of 300W,

— 3 micron resolution.

Detector:

— radiation hard flat-panel with 30fps read-out speed,

— 20x20 cm2 in size and 3MP.

Manipulator:

— vibration-damped base and motorized stages:,

—height of inspection over a range of 1m,

—voxel sizes < 2micron to >100 micron,

—Change the distance between source and detector by a factor 2,

—Rotate over 360° continuously.

Sample dimensions:

— 1m length to be scanned without sample manipulation,

— 20cm in diameter to be scanned without sample manipulation,

— 30cm in diameter, weight of 80kg.

Software:

— unrestricted possibility to insert own equipment in the system, guaranteed communication with acquisition software,

— The raw data as well as the reconstructed data has to be able to be exported,

— Unrestricted access to all acquisition and reconstruction settings.

Specific particularities:

— Being able to scan an object of 1m in length and 20cm in diameter in in less than 10 min.

— Dynamic 4D scanning.