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LESC District Energy System.

University College Cork (UCC) | Published September 3, 2015  -  Deadline September 28, 2015
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71321200, 09323000, 42515000, 45232140, 45232141, 45251250, 45331100, 50721000, 71314310

University College Cork will utilise the National Energy Services framework set up by Sustainability Authority of Ireland (SEAI) in order to seek proposals from the energy services market that will fund an upgrade of the existing heating system via energy performance related payments or local energy supply contracts. A contract for installation and construction works to a new CHP energy centre followed by ongoing operation and maintenance of the energy centre together with the supply of energy to the campus by the successful tenderer (the ‘Contract’). An experienced technical ESCO firm is sought to provide energy services (or works) at the main campus University in the form of an upgrade and operation of existing district energy system.

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Ervia | Published November 17, 2017  -  Deadline January 3, 2018
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71314300, 71314000, 71314200, 71530000, 71621000, 71800000

This competition is for the establishment of a multi supplier framework for Engineering, Technical and professional expertise for the provision of subject matter services and consultancy advice on Energy Efficiency.

The Framework will be split into the following Lots:

— Lot 1 — Energy Efficient Project Development and Delivery;

— Lot 2 — Energy Efficient Professional and Technical Services.

Complete site audits, investigations, measurements and calculations to identify and evaluate energy efficiency opportunities. Analyse energy consumption and other data to identify and evaluate energy performance, efficiency and cost saving opportunities. Prepare the financial and performance justifications (payback analysis, ROI, IRR, NPV etc.) Further details in ITT for potential energy efficiency and cost saving projects.

Assist in the implementation, assessment and development of Irish Water Energy Efficient Design standard. Assist in the drafting of best available techniques reference document for energy efficiency in water and waste-water services. Assist in the development of energy efficiency and renewable energy specifications standards and guidance. Assist in the implementation, assessment and development of an effective energy management system. Further details in ITT.

Energy meters

Ervia | Published October 20, 2017
Winner
Landis & Gyr Ltd
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38551000, 38552000

Supply of G4 Gas Meters.

15/109 — Pilot Technology Trials of Water Metering Systems for Multi-Unit Developments.

Ervia | Published November 18, 2015
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38421100, 32440000, 44617200, 48612000, 50411100, 65500000, 72322000

Irish Water wishes to investigate the functionality of water metering technologies in the context of Irish Multi-Unit Developments (MUDs) to inform future metering programmes. In this regard, Irish Water is seeking responses to this Request for Expressions of Interest and Information. Funding for these trials is provided from the Water Services Innovation Fund, which is supervised by the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER).

UCC/2014/UPCOG/10 — Provision of Patent Services to the Education Sector in the Republic of Ireland.

University College Cork (UCC) on behalf of the Irish University Sector and DIT | Published July 25, 2015
Winner
FR Kelly
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79120000

UCC and the participating institutions wish to appoint Patent Advisors under framework agreements from which patent services may be taken in given specialist areas in the following lots: 1. Education, computing, information communication technologies, software, 2. Engineering, natural sciences, materials science, physical and chemical science, 3. Biomedical sciences including medicine and pharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostic and veterinary science, 4. Energy and environmental sciences, 5. Life sciences — agriculture, biology, bioscience, biotechnology and foods.

Invitation to Tender for Provision of Electricity Generator at Kinsale Rd Landfill Site Cork

Cork City Council | Published April 1, 2016
Winner
ENER-G Natural Power Ltd
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71314000, 45251240, 90700000

The Kinsale Road Landfill ceased acceptance of waste in 2009.

It is estimated that at least 3 000 000 tonnes of waste has been deposited over its 40 year lifetime. The site (approx 70 ha) is still the subject of an EPA landfill licence. The licenced area includes the existing Park and Ride Area which is located west of the main landfill and the South City Link Road.

A public Civic Amenity Site will continue to operate on the site in to the future.

The licence conditions require the Council to extract, collect and treat landfill gas generated on site from the decomposing waste.

The conditions are listed in EPA Waste Licence No. W0012-03 dated 3.5.2011 (www.epa.ie).

In addition to the above, Cork City Council, as an energy consumer, has an obligation to reduce its energy consumption by 33 % by the year 2020. Consequently, Cork City Council intends to generate electricity from landfill gas and offset the electricity units generated against its energy reduction obligations.

Cork City Council is now seeking tenders from suitably qualified and experienced companies who will under contract:

— Supply, install, commission and maintain the warranty of an electricity generator capable of producing 0.5MW of electricity from landfill gas at Kinsale Road Landfill Site. The duration of the contract shall be for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for a period of 1 year at the discretion of the Council.

— The plant warranty shall be for the 5 year duration of the contract with an option to extend same for a further year if required.

Invitation to Tender for Provision of Electricity Generator at Kinsale Rd Landfill Site Cork.

Cork City Council | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline June 2, 2015
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90700000, 45251240, 71314000

The Kinsale Road Landfill ceased acceptance of waste in 2009. It is estimated that at least 3 000 000 tonnes of waste has been deposited over its 40 year lifetime. The site (approx 70 ha) is still the subject of an EPA landfill licence. The licenced area includes the existing Park and Ride Area which is located west of the main landfill and the South City Link Road. A public Civic Amenity Site will continue to operate on the site in to the future. The licence conditions require the Council to extract, collect and treat landfill gas generated on site from the decomposing waste. The conditions are listed in EPA Waste Licence No. W0012-03 dated 3.5.2011 (www.epa.ie). In addition to the above, Cork City Council, as an energy consumer, has an obligation to reduce its energy consumption by 33 % by the year 2020. Consequently, Cork City Council intends to generate electricity from landfill gas and offset the electricity units generated against its energy reduction obligations. Cork City Council is now seeking tenders from suitably qualified and experienced companies who will under contract: — supply, install, commission and maintain the warranty of an electricity generator capable of producing 0.5 MW of electricity from landfill gas at Kinsale Road Landfill Site. The duration of the contract shall be for a period of 5 years with the option to extend for a period of 1 year at the discretion of the Council, — the plant warranty shall be for the 5 year duration of the contract with an option to extend same for a further year if required.

Construction work for water projects

Irish Water | Published November 19, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
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45240000, 38421110, 44161200, 45232152, 45247270, 45251120, 45315100, 45351000

As part of the Vartry Water Supply Project — Water to Callowhill Link Contract, Irish Water plan to replace the existing Vartry to Callowhill Tunnel and Callowhill BPT with a high lift pumping station, 4 km pipeline, summit BPT and energy recovery turbine / BPT at Callowhill.

The planned works are necessary to ensure compliance with EU Directives, Irish National Standards and Regulations relating to treated water for human consumption.

It is intended that the works will be implemented under a Design and Build Contract.

Provision of Economic and Regulation Advisory Services to Ervia.

Ervia | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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79410000, 72224000, 79311400

The scope of work envisaged under this Framework is for the provision of Economic and Regulation Advisory Services, relevant to a gas, water and telecoms infrastructure and services company, including but not limited to advice regarding: 1. Revenue reviews, 2. Efficiency analysis and benchmarking, 3. Development of Regulatory Strategy, 4. Economic Regulatory framework design, 5. Cost of Capital, 6. Finance and financial modelling, 7. Network access and pricing, 8. Tariff and Pricing strategy, 9. Market Analysis and Assessment including Energy Wholesale and Retail markets, 10. Behavioural Economics, 11. European Regulatory Developments.
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