The successful Behavioural Energy Efficiency Program Services partner will be required to specify, design, build, and test the new portal as well as mange the ongoing campaigns for the program. The main deliverables will be: • Program Recruitment Campaign • Ongoing Outbound Report Campaign • Portal Landing Page • Energy Management Portal • Alerts & Notifications • Customer Service Web Interface • Program Administration Tools • Data Hosing • Integration with Electric Ireland CIS Systems • Measurement and Validation of Results
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) was established as Ireland’s national energy authority. SEAI’s mission is to play a leading role in the transformation of Ireland to a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices. The purpose of this RFT is to appoint one services provider to undertake a comprehensive analysis of the viability and cost-effectiveness of introducing a community-focused support scheme for renewable energy, including the proposal of a range of possible models to encourage community participation in and ownership of renewable energy projects in Ireland. For more information, please refer to the RFT published on www.etenders.gov.ie
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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has a mission to play a leading role in transforming Ireland into a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices.
The successful Behavioural Energy Efficiency Program Services partner will be required to specify, design, build, and test the new portal as well as mange the ongoing campaigns for the program.
ESB is requesting proposals from organisations capable of providing the capabilities and systems necessary to support the market entry of our new subsidiary — code named Project Arrow to the GB (England/Scotland/Wales) Residential Energy Supply market.
The electrical services contract comprises of the following systems; i) Electrical power distribution, incorporating medium/low voltage switchgear, incorporating uninterruptible power supplies, generators, metering and fault detection, ii) General and emergency lighting, incorporating a DALI addressable lighting control system, iii) Information and communication technology (ICT) structured cabling, fire detection and alarm system incorporating public address/voice evacuation (PA/VA), iv) General services and small power, including cabling and cabling accessories, v) Earthing and bonding, including soil resistivity for step voltage analysis vi) Security, incorporating CCTV, door access control and intruder alarm, vii) Uninterruptable power supply (UPS), viii) Mechanical plant control, ix) Cable management, x) Lightning protection, xi) Generator (Life Safety Services), xii) Renewable energy technologies, including solar photovoltaic.
Electric Ireland’s Energy Services division will continue to develop new innovative product and service offerings to deliver to Customers. To do this the team will take two approaches: 1. Electric Ireland or one of its agents will engage with firms / parties with innovative products and service offerings that Electric Ireland would work with to modify and/or customize to meet the needs of the Irish market. The purpose of Electric Ireland engaging with such firms / parties will be to trial the product or service in an end user environment in order to prove all aspects of the proposition and/or to establish the most appropriate way to deliver such a product or service. This may include adding it to, or integrating it with other offerings to provide it as part of Electric Irelands overall product or service offering, which may be fully branded as an Electric Ireland product or service. 2. Electric Ireland will continue to engage with firms / parties who can provide proven Smart products and services, which are already fully developed, tested and proven propositions and are already being offered to market. This notice addresses the first of the two approaches described above and therefore Electric Ireland is seeking expressions of interest from firms / parties of products and services which can support our Smarter Living innovation developments. In order to qualify for consideration for this programme, Electric Ireland has chosen to use Supply-Line the Qualification System operated by Achilles for vendor management of the parties interested in being considered. Requirements: Supply-Line, the vendor management system operated by Achilles Procurement Services will be used as the qualification system for the potential award of contracts for supply of Smart Homes and Buildings product and service offerings including microgeneration and energy storage solutions, as and when they arise. Please refer to the documentation available to download from etenders.
New 6 floor over basement 31 unit residential development at Johns Lane West, Dublin 8. The residential development will have a BER A3 rating, approximate gross internal floor area of 2,700m² and GSA of approximately 4,300m² The development will consist of 31 apartments and include for the loose furniture fittings and equipment fit-out of these apartments. Apartments will be a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bed with access to internal landscaped courtyards, roof gardens, children's play areas and individual external balconies. The final design intent is to have an A3 BER rating of the development and there will be a number of sustainability measures incorporated into the design to achieve this. The structure of the development will be an RC concrete basement and podium slab with the upper floors of the development being constructed in a mix of RC/steelwork frame with pre-cast concrete floor and roof slabs. The project will be built on a brown-field site which has been cleared as part of an enabling works contract completed in late 2016. There are archaeological planning conditions attached to the planning which will necessitate monitoring of the groundworks by a DCC approved archaeologist. These works will require attendances to be provided by the main contractor. The project is located and to be constructed on a severely sloped site in the city centre and adjacent to a number of occupied buildings. The final construction will share a party wall with an adjoining occupied office building. The mechanical and electrical installations will include sustainability measures such as PV solar energy systems, LED lighting and SUDS measures. There will be a green roof design to the main roof and some of the internal landscaped courtyards to comply with planning conditions. It is the intention of the contracting authority that speciailsts sub-contracts will be required for the glazing, stone cladding, mechanical, electrical, and lift installations. The proposed contract will be the n
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