Salford City Council are inviting bids for the supply of HH & P272 electricity and UMS electricity supply contracts.
Current estimated annual contract values:
Unmetered Street Lighting — 806 000 GBP;
Half-Hourly and P272 — 1 900 000 GBP.
Salford City Council for the supply of HH & P272 electricity.
Salford City Council for the supply of UMS electricity.
Collaborative contract for the supply of Unmetered electricity for the period 1.4.2017 until 31.3.2018. Contract will require supply of unmetered electricity for continuous and dusk to dawn profiles to various sites in accordance with the specification. One contractor will be appointed for the provision under both profiles. The participants to the contract are; Department for Infrastructure NI Translink Police Service of Northern Ireland NI Water.
Tenders are sought by Ards and North Down Borough Council for Income from Electricity
Service of predicting the electricity generated by preferential producer.
The contracting authority is:
2020 Porsanger municipality
On behalf of Porsanger municipality (the Contracting Authority) tenderers are invited to participate in an open tender contest regarding supply of Electricity and portfolio management.
Finnut Consult AS is assisting the administration of the tender competition.
The Contracting Authority requests tender for Electricity and portfolio management for the period 2017 — 2020 (3 years).
The Contracting Authority uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To express your interest and gain access to any documents, please click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. [[http://permalink.mercell.com/62361900.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.
Supply of electricity contracts covering the sites under Salford Council.
The Contracting Authority ‘Arun District Council’ has assigned Accenture the role of seeking and
tendering for service providers for the provision of Electricity to the Contracting Authority. Current services are in place and it is envisaged that a new contract will commence by 1.4.2017 (1 NHH site only to begin by 1.5.2017). The Contracting Authority's portfolio consists of 251 Non-Half Hourly Electricity supply points with an estimated annual consumption of 2.4 GWh, 13 Unmetered Electricity supply points with an estimated annual consumption of 0.068 GWh and 3 Half Hourly Electricity supply points with an estimated annual consumption of 1 GWh.
Purchase Of Twin Engine Helicopter Invitation for Bids (IFB) IFB No. KETRACO/PT/007/2014 Name of Project:Eastern AfricaPower Integration Program Project ID: P126579 Bid/Contract Description: Eastern Electricity Highway Project: Scope of Contract: Supply of Twin Engine Helicopter Duration: 12 Months Contract Signature Date: Not yetsigned Awarded Bidder Name & Address of awarded bidder Bid price at bid opening Final bid price Contract Price FINMECCANICA S.P.A Pizza Monte Grappa, 4-00195 Roma Italy EUR 6,996,300.00 EUR 6,996,300.00 KES 770,117,722.50 Evaluated Bidder(s) Name of evaluated bidder(s) Bid price at bid opening Bid price of evaluated bid Airbus Helicopters Southern Africa (Pty) Co. Ltd Johannesburg SouthAfrica. EURO 9,990,000.00 EURO 9,990,000.00 Bell Helicopters Fort Worth, Texas- United States ofAmerica USD 8,641,892.00 USD 8,641,892.00 S.G.D Engineering Ltd USD 11,938,665.36 USD 11,938,665.36
Collaborative contract for the supply of Unmetered electricity for the period 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2018. Contract will require supply of unmetered electricity for continuous and dusk to dawn profiles to various sites in accordance with the specification. One contractor will be appointed for the provision under both profiles. The participants to the contract are; Department for Infrastructure NI Translink Police Service of Northern Ireland NI Water
Summary (1) Nature and quantity of the products to be purchased: Electricity to be consumed in the 7 facilities in Nagano (2) Contract period: From April 1, 2017 until March 31, 2018 (3) Place where the product is procured: Seven facilities including the following: Agricultural Experiment Station (Address: 492 Ogawara, Suzaka City) (4) Contact point for the tender information; description / conditions / and other inquiries: Agricultural Policy Division, General Affairs Department, Nagano Prefectural Government 692-2 Habashita, Minaminagano, Nagano City TEL +81-26-235-7212 (in Japanese only) (5) Time and place for the tender: Time: 2:00 PM, Friday, January 20, 2017 Place: Bidding Room, 1st Floor West Annex, Nagano Prefectural Government (6) Time limit and mailing address for the tender by mail: Time: 5:00 PM, Thursday, January 19, 2017 Mailing Address: Agricultural Policy Division, General Affairs Department, Nagano Prefectural Government 380-8570 (Exclusive postal code) JAPAN
Summary (1) Nature and quantity of the products to be purchased: Electricity to be consumed in the 12 facilities in Nagano (2) Contract period: From April 1, 2017 until March 31, 2018 (3) Place where the product is procured: 12 facilities including the following: Nagano Prefecture General Industrial Technology Center (Address: 1-18-1 Wakasato, Nagano City) (4) Contact point for the tender information; description / conditions / and other inquiries: Industrial Policy Division, Industry and Labor Department, Nagano Prefectural Government 692-2 Habashita, Minaminagano, Nagano City TEL +81-26-235-7192 (in Japanese only) (5) Time and place for the tender: Time: 2:00 PM, Monday, January 23, 2017 Place: Bidding Room, 1st Floor West Annex, Nagano Prefectural Government (6) Time limit and mailing address for the tender by mail: Time: 5:00 PM, Friday, January 20, 2017 Mailing Address: Industrial Policy Division, Industry and Labor Department, Nagano Prefectural Government 692-2 Habashita, Minaminagano, Nagano City 380-8570 JAPAN
DK 016: 2010 - 35.11.1 Electric (SC 021: 2015 - 09310000-5 - Electricity, Electricity), 35.11.10-00.00
Ukraine is currently in the process of undertaking significant reforms in the electricity sector. These reforms include the implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. Ukraine confirmed its commitment to implement the EU’s Third Energy Package that became part of the Energy Community Treaty Acquis with the Decision of the Ministerial Council of the Energy Community (Decision 2011/02/MC-EnC) adopted in 2011.
As part of these reforms, a new Law "On Electricity Market" (that is compliant with the EU's Third Energy Package) has been drafted and has been approved by the Parliament of Ukraine on its first reading (on 22 September 2016). It is currently expected to be adopted in early 2017. This law envisages new electricity market arrangements, including a bilateral contracts market, day-ahead market, intraday market, balancing market, ancillary services market and retail market. Implementation of this Law requires, among others, drafting of all secondary legislation and market rules, reform and establishment of main centralised institutions and other market participants (e.g. TSO, Market Operator, Guaranteed Buyer), procurement of software and hardware for market functioning, as well as other implementation measures. In addition, the Law envisages a transition period (24 months from the time the Law is adopted) during which a number of temporary arrangements will be put in place while the new electricity market model is gradually introduced.
The Energy Community Secretariat (ECS), with financial support from the British Government, established the Project Office on the development of secondary legislation for the new electricity market. Other international organisations are also providing implementation support through various activities – for example a Twinning Assignment funded by the European Union as well as various technical assistance provided by the World Bank.
Responding to a request from the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission (NEURC) of Ukraine, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("EBRD" or the "Bank") has structured this assignment to be implemented by a consultant (the “Consultant”) to carry out implementation assistance associated with electricity sector reforms.
The primary focus of this assignment is to provide assistance for the implementation of new market arrangements, including those that will be in place during the transition period. The new arrangements, which are in line with Energy Community legislation and EU best practice, aim to promote the introduction of market discipline to Ukraine's power sector and to create a favourable investment climate for private sector participation. This assignment is the first phase of the Bank’s assistance (Phase I), and it will lead to the development of assistance activities for a second, larger, phase of assistance (Phase II).
The Consultant is expected to undertake the following tasks under Phase I:
1. Coordinate NEURC's implementation activities with those of other organisations
Coordinate NEURC's implementation activities with those of other organisations, including (but not limited to) the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry, the Coordination Centre, the TSO (extending to all the roles of the TSO envisaged by the forthcoming Law), the market operator, DSOs, the Guaranteed Buyer, and others. The Consultant will be responsible for liaising with other organisations and their consultants, as well as any additional consultants and advisors appointed by NEURC, to ensure that the regulator’s implementation activities are coordinated.
2. Development of Terms of References (ToR) for consultancy assistance for NEURC during the implementation period of the new electricity market model
Preparation of the ToR will require the Consultant to:
The ToR shall not include the activities that are separately covered in the tasks outlined below. NEURC, in consultation with EBRD, will advise on whether a single ToR is required for all activities, or separate ToR will be prepared for activities requiring different expertise.
3. Development of a ToR for the procurement and development of the Regulatory Authority Information System
This will support NEURC in performing its regulatory duties related to electricity market monitoring under new electricity market arrangements (and consistent with the requirements prescribed by the “Third Energy Package” and other EU relevant regulations).
4. Assessment of NEURC's modelling needs
The Consultant will undertake a detailed assessment of NEURC’s current modelling capabilities, and identify its modelling needs to fulfil the regulatory duties envisaged under the new Law. Recommendations for future modelling needs should draw upon the modelling capabilities of other energy-sector regulators in EU countries with well-established regulatory frameworks. The recommendations will extend to preparing ToR that can be used by NEURC to procure future modelling support. Some recommendations may be incorporated within the scope of Task 2.
5. Estimate costs of electricity generation plants
The Consultant will prepare estimates of the costs of electricity generation of different sources available in Ukraine. The estimates will be prepared for representative plants for different types of sources (for example, nuclear, hydroelectric, coal-fired thermal generation, CHP, etc.). The estimates should cover a broad range of types of power generation facilities reflecting the generation mix of the Ukrainian power sector. This will (in some cases) involve developing estimates for several representative plans for an individual source. These estimates should be provided for plants that are currently operating in Ukraine, as well as estimates for greenfield facilities that potentially can be constructed in Ukraine.
The purpose of this modelling would to be inform the regulator’s view of potential market dynamics in the new electricity market arrangements with a view to supporting the Regulator’s activities. The Consultant should therefore:
6. Summarise potential future electricity markets dynamics
Based on the results from Task 5, envisaged market model structure and the experience of electricity market reforms in other similar jurisdictions, the Consultant will conduct a review to summarise potential dynamics of new electricity market arrangements envisaged in Ukraine. This review should take account of the characteristics of the electricity sector in Ukraine, including (but not limited to):
The review would use the costs estimates developed under Task 5 above as a basis for outlining how electricity prices can develop across different segments of the wholesale market. The analysis would not involve the development of a formal electricity market modelling tool.
The output of this task would be a summary outlining how different generation sources are likely to affect electricity prices under different conditions. The summary would describe the incentives faced by different types of generation companies in different market conditions (reflecting their cost structures, competition mix and the wider characteristics of the market). It would build on these incentives to describe how the behaviour of generation companies in different conditions and different market segments (bilateral contracts, DAM and Intraday Market, Balancing Market, Ancillary Services, cross-border trade) is likely to influence wholesale electricity prices.
NB: As one of the assignment tasks is a scoping of the follow-on work that will be implemented under Phase II, the Consultant selected for this assignment (Phase I) will not be eligible to participate in the procurement process for the Phase II assignment.
Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.
Assignment Start Date and Duration: The assignment is expected to start in April 2017, or at the time of adoption of the new Law “On Electricity Market” - whatever is earlier, and has an estimated overall duration of 9.5 months.
Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 227,000 (exclusive of VAT).
The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.
Funding Source: It is expected that the assignment will be funded by EBRD-Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account.
Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.
Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms preferably with previous project experience related to:
1. Advising government officials, regulators or regulated companies in the process of similar electricity market reforms to the Ukrainian one. Specific experience of electricity policies and/or reforms that are consistent with EU requirements (i.e. the Third Energy Package and other relevant EU regulations);
2. Coordinating the activities of a diverse set of local and international stakeholders;
3. International and local legal experience with respect to reviewing primary and secondary legislation on electricity markets and electricity market rules;
4. Modelling electricity markets, and collection and analysis of electricity market data.
The Consultant’s expert team is expected to include key experts as follows:
- Electricity market reform economics expert (Team Leader) – who will have overall responsibility for the delivery of all tasks. The Team Leader will have economics expertise and experience in advising on electricity market reforms.
- Coordination manager – who will be responsible for working closely with all relevant Ukrainian experts and other organisations engaged in electricity market reforms. The Coordination Manager will have experience of managing stakeholder engagements and have expertise in electricity markets.
- Electricity market legal expert – who will be responsible for reviewing legal documents and will have international and local legal expertise – particularly with respect to reviewing primary and secondary legislation on electricity markets, and electricity market rules.
- Electricity market modelling expert – who will have experience of modelling electricity markets, and collection and analysis of electricity market data.
- Local sector expert – with experience of working in the Ukrainian electricity sector.
In order to determine the capability and experience of consultants seeking to be shortlisted for this assignment, the information submitted should include the following:
1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).
2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.
3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.
4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
The above information should not exceed 25 pages excluding CVs and the Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet.
The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded (4MB), the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.
Bank Contact Person:
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6765
E-mail: email@example.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)
1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract.
2. The evaluation criteria are:
(a) Firm's experience of advising on electricity market reforms that are consistent with EU Third Energy Package – 25%
(b) Firm's experience of amending and reviewing electricity market related primary and secondary legislation – 10%
(c) Firm's experience of electricity market modelling – 25%
(d) Firm's experience of electricity market reforms similar to the Ukrainian one
(e) Key Experts' CVs – 30%
Summary (1) Nature and quantity of the products to be purchased: 1) 10,766,692 kWh extra high voltage electricity for Osaka city hall 2) 6,159,779 kWh high voltage electricity for Chuo ward office outside 2 facilities 3) 17,335,852 kWh high voltage electricity for Fukushima ward office outside 42 facilities 4) 15,141,234 kWh high voltage electricity for Miyakojima ward office outside 44 facilities 5) 3,836,325 kWh high voltage electricity for Sanadayama baseball field outside 19 facilities 6) 2,860,385 kWh high voltage electricity for the pipe transportation center 7) 955,591 kWh high voltage electricity for Dotonbori river sluice outside 4 facilities (2) The closing date and time for the submission of application forms and attached documents for the qualification confirmation: 5:30 PM, 26 December, 2016 (3) The date and time for the submission of tenders: 11:00 AM, 31 January, 2017 (tenders submitted by mail 5:30 PM, 30January, 2017) (4) Contact point where tender documents are available: Contract Department, Environment Bureau, RUSHIASU 13th floor of Abeno, 1-5, Abenosuji 1-chome, Abeno-ku, Osaka, 545-8550 TEL 06- 6630-3127
Summary (1) Nature and quantity of the products to be purchased: Electricity to use in the office buildings of Waterworks & Sewerage Bureau (2) Deadline for the submission of application forms and relevant documents for the qualification: 5:00 p.m., 7 December, 2016 (3) Deadline for the submission of tenders via the electronic bidding system: 5:00 p.m., 2 February, 2017 (tenders submitted in person are due the same time as those submitted via the electronic bidding system, but tenders submitted by mail are due by 5:00 p.m., 1 February, 2017) (4) Contact point for the notice: Contracts Supervision Division, General Affairs Department, Waterworks & Sewerage Bureau, City of Nagoya 1-1, Sannomaru 3-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-8508 Japan Tel: 052-972-3624
EDF — Supply of electricity distribution materials/equipment for the Areza Maidma solar PV mini-grid project