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Energy meters

Alliander N.V. | Published June 3, 2015  -  Deadline June 18, 2015
cpvs
38551000, 38554000, 38550000

Energy meters

Solar energy

Gemeente Arnhem | Published October 27, 2017
Winner
Profinergy BV
cpvs
09330000, 09332000

The municipality of Arnhem announces its ambition to establish a solar field at Koningspleij-Noord. The municipality wants to give 1 entrepreneur the opportunity to develop, manage, maintain and maintain the solar field for its own account and own risk. The municipality is entering into a lease agreement with the winning tenderer. The Koningspleij-Noord solar field is more than 8 hectares, with approximately 19,000 solar panels expected to be installed. The municipality of Arnhem can not give any guarantee in advance of the expected turnover.

This is not a public procurement contract, but in view of the size and nature of this project, the municipality is of the opinion that it has a cross-border interest. That is why this project is published in Europe.

The municipality of Arnhem announces its ambition to establish a solar field at Koningspleij-Noord. The municipality wants to give 1 entrepreneur the opportunity to develop, manage, maintain and maintain the solar field for its own account and own risk.

The municipality proposes the plot located at Koningspleij-Noord, of which it is self-owned, available for rental income. The municipality agrees with the winning tenderer on the rental agreement.

The Koningspleij-Noord solar field is more than 8 hectares, with approximately 19,000 solar panels expected to be installed. With this size of panels, a power output of approximately 5,000,000 kWh per year can be achieved. These figures give no more than an indication, no rights can be derived from this. The municipality of Arnhem can not give any guarantee in advance of the expected turnover.

This is not a public procurement contract, but in view of the size and nature of this project, the municipality is of the opinion that it has a cross-border interest. That is why this project is published in Europe.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Pro Mereor BV (namens deelnemende onderwijsinstellingen) | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
Groene Energie Administratie BV
cpvs
09000000

Lot 1: Electricity. Total, this tender consumption of approximately 60 million kWh per year of which around 600 connections in the Netherlands. This indicative consumption is based on consumption data for the calendar year 2014. Below is a further division is made: - standard annual layer is about 18 million; - Standard annual high is about 42 million; - There are about 80 connections smart meters; - There are about 140 large-scale consumption connections; - There are about 30 connections that have telemetry read-out. Lot 2: Gas Total regard this tender consumption of approximately 15 million m3 per year spread over approximately 500 connections in the Netherlands. This indicative consumption is based on consumption data for the calendar year 2014. Below is a further division is made - there are about 123 large-scale consumption connections; - There are about 25 connections that have a telemetry read-out; - There are about 420 ports annually read.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Pro Mereor BV (namens deelnemende onderwijsinstellingen) | Published August 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
cpvs
09123000

Lot 1: electricity. Total, this tender consumption of approximately 60 million kWh per year of which around 600 connections in the Netherlands. This indicative consumption is based on consumption data for the calendar year 2014. Below is a further division is made: - standard annual layer is about 18 million; - Standard annual high is about 42 million; - There are about 80 connections smart meters; - There are about 140 large-scale consumption connections; - There are about 30 connections that have telemetry read-out. Lot 2: gas. This contract involves a total expenditure of approximately 15 million cubic meters per year of which around 500 connections in the Netherlands. This indicative consumption is based on consumption data for the calendar year 2014. Below is a further division is made - there are about 123 large-scale consumption connections; - There are about 25 connections that have a telemetry read-out; - There are about 420 ports annually read.

Power converters

TenneT TSO BV | Published February 8, 2017
cpvs
31121110, 31170000, 31210000

This market consultation focusses on HVDC technology for grid connection concept ‘IJmuiden Ver’, will be held during Q1 2017 and focusses on the following main question:

How to connect 6GW wind energy in the ‘IJmuiden Ver’ wind area which will be realized at a pace from 1GW per year starting in 2024 (operational)?

with the goal to achieve:

lowest LCOE of wind energy as a whole (including grid connection, losses, reliability, O&M, etc).

This size of the wind area and the foreseen timeline will give the opportunity to develop new, innovative and efficient offshore grid connections solutions. 1 of the options is to establish such connections using offshore HVDC platforms. Wind turbine energy feed-in can be either directly at 66 kV, or via AC substations at 155 kV.

See section II.1.4)

Please note that the estimated date of publication of contract notice (see section II.3) is preliminary and no rights can be derived from this.

Offshore Grid NL — Certifying Authority Platform Borssele Alpha and Beta

TenneT TSO BV | Published July 19, 2016
Winner
Germanischer Lloyd Industrial Service GmbH
cpvs
71000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71311100, 71312000, 71314000, 71320000, 71600000

In the Energieakkoord (september 2013), the Dutch government has stated its intention to develop 3.5 GW of wind energy production capacity offshore in the Netherlands by 2023. The "Offshore wind energy Act" (Wet Windenergie op Zee) of 5.7.2015, introduces a new approach for the development of wind energy in the Dutch North Sea via a structured approach coordinated by the government.

In order to develop the offshore grid according to the time frame of the Energieakkoord, the "Offshore wind energy Act" allows TenneT TSO B.V. (hereafter TenneT) to start preparatory tasks in anticipation of formal designation. The formal designation of TenneT as offshore grid operator in the Dutch Economic Exclusive Zone will be arranged via a revision of the existing Electricity Act, expected in 2016. In this role TenneT will be responsible for the grid connection of new offshore wind farms via a standardized grid connection system to the existing system onshore, including the design, fabrication, installation, operations and maintenance of the offshore substations and HVAC cable systems.

TenneT's intention is to build five platforms, which will connect two wind farms of 350 MW each. The platforms will be standardized, meaning that the five platforms will be based on the same concept, in order to reduce costs. The platforms will be located approximately 25 km west off the Dutch coast.

The offshore substations are to carry high-voltage switching and transformation equipment as well as auxiliary facilities. Intake power from the wind farms will be 66 kV, export power will be 220 kV.

Tentatively the topsides size is L45m x W21m x H30m and its weight is approx. 4 500 metric tonnes. The weight of the jacket is approx. 2 000 metric tonnes.

The substations will be unmanned. All control is normally carried out from the onshore control centre.

This tender concerns the Certification of the Borssele Alpha Platform by a Certifying Authority primary for the execution phase of the project and the option for the Certification of the Borssele Beta Platform.

Further details about the Scope of Work, Requirements and Awarding criteria for this tender you will find in the following survey.

Offshore Grid NL — Certifying Authority Platform Borssele Alpha and Beta

TenneT TSO BV | Published April 1, 2016  -  Deadline May 3, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71311100, 71312000, 71314000, 71320000, 71600000

In the Energieakkoord (September 2013), the Dutch government has stated its intention to develop 3,5 GW of wind energy production capacity offshore in the Netherlands by 2023. The ‘Offshore Wind Energy Act’ (Wet Windenergie op Zee) of 5.7.2015, introduces a new approach for the development of wind energy in the Dutch North Sea via a structured approach coordinated by the government.

In order to develop the offshore grid according to the time frame of the Energieakkoord, the ‘Offshore Wind Energy Act’ allows TenneT TSO B.V. (hereafter TenneT) to start preparatory tasks in anticipation of formal designation. The formal designation of TenneT as offshore grid operator in the Dutch Economic Exclusive Zone will be arranged via a revision of the existing Electricity Act, expected in 2016. In this role TenneT will be responsible for the grid connection of new offshore wind farms via a standardized grid connection system to the existing system onshore, including the design, fabrication, installation, operations and maintenance of the offshore substations and HVAC cable systems.

TenneT's intention is to build 5 platforms, which will connect 2 wind farms of 350 MW each. The platforms will be standardized, meaning that the 5 platforms will be based on the same concept, in order to reduce costs. The platforms will be located approximately 25 km west off the Dutch coast.

The offshore substations are to carry high-voltage switching and transformation equipment as well as auxiliary facilities. Intake power from the wind farms will be 66 kV, export power will be 220 kV.

Tentatively the topsides size is L45m x W21m x H30m and its weight is approx. 4 500 metric tonnes. The weight of the jacket is approx. 2 000 metric tonnes.

The substations will be unmanned. All control is normally carried out from the onshore control centre.

This tender concerns the Certification of the Borssele Alpha Platform by a Certifying Authority primary for the execution phase of the project and the option for the Certification of the Borssele Beta Platform.

Further details about the Scope of Work, Requirements and Awarding criteria for this tender you will find in the following survey.

IT Application Management Services

TenneT TSO BV and TenneT TSO GmbH | Published June 30, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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72000000, 72416000, 50300000, 72200000, 72210000, 72230000, 72250000, 72260000, 72320000, 72322000, 72310000, 72500000, 72510000, 72540000, 72590000, 72600000, 72610000, 72611000, 72820000, 72800000

TenneT is a leading European electricity transmission system operator (TSO) with activities in the Netherlands and in Germany. We ensure a reliable and uninterrupted supply of electricity in our high-voltage grid connecting the 41 000 000 end-users in the markets we serve. We take every effort to meet our stakeholders' needs by being responsible, engaged and connected.

With around 21 000 kilometres of high-voltage lines, we cross borders and connect countries. TenneT ranksamong Europe's top 5 TSOs and works closely with governments, NGOs, trading partners and investors all over the world. Our aim is to ensure that essential high-voltage infrastructure is developed, realized and managed efficiently, now and in the future. This covers onshore and off-shore grids as well as cross-border interconnections. We are keen to pursue the development of a North West European electricity market.

Following the overall IT and sourcing strategy, TenneT IT has started a transformation process coming from 2 separate country departments to a truly international and business oriented organization. With respect to the overall strategic approach (explained further below) the tender will be an international tender, affecting both TenneT TSO B.V. (TenneT Netherlands) and TenneT TSO GmbH (TenneT Germany).

In 2015 TenneT has developed a new IT strategy within the ConnectIT program, the implementation of which has recently been started. Part of the strategy is also the following TenneT vision on sourcing:

‘To organize the knowledge and expertise optimally to ensure high quality IT solutions with short time to market in an efficient way, we outsource non-core tasks and in-source core tasks.’

As TenneT first and foremost is and always will be an energy transporter, not an IT organisation, non-core tasks are not directly contributing to the main task of energy transport.

Core tasks are characterized by their relationship to TenneTs core business activities (e.g. energy transport,control the power grid, interact on the energy market).

The future outsourcing contract for AMS shall be a major enabler for the realization of TenneT's IT strategy in the coming years. It shall provide sufficient flexibility to incorporate additional volumes and take over non-core services on the 1 hand — and it shall support TenneT in the stepwise shift of core-IT related operations to TenneT's own facilities on the other hand.

HVDC Cable system COBRACable - TenneT TSO

TenneT TSO | Published October 6, 2014  -  Deadline November 14, 2014
cpvs
31320000, 31321500, 31321300, 45230000, 45231400, 31320000, 31321500, 31321300, 45230000, 45231400

The Dutch and Danish Transmission System Operators (TSO’s), TenneT and Energinet.dk, wish to realize a power link (interconnector) between Endrup in Denmark and Eemshaven in The Netherlands. The purpose of the power link (interconnector), titled COBRAcable, is to allow the integration of more renewable energy into the European power grid through the Dutch and Danish power systems and to increase security of power supply. This contract notice is regarding the scope for a submarine and underground cable system consisting of design, engineering, procurement, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and maintenance.

HVDC Cable system COBRA Cable.

TenneT TSO | Published October 9, 2014  -  Deadline November 14, 2014
cpvs
31320000, 45231400, 45230000, 31321300, 31321500

The Dutch and Danish Transmission System Operators (TSO's), TenneT and Energinet.dk, wish to realize a power link (interconnector) between Endrup in Denmark and Eemshaven in The Netherlands. The purpose of the power link (interconnector), titled COBRAcable, is to allow the integration of more renewable energy into the European power grid through the Dutch and Danish power systems and to increase security of power supply. This contract notice is regarding the scope for a submarine and underground cable system consisting of design, engineering, procurement, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and maintenance.

Software programming and consultancy services

TenneT TSO BV | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline December 8, 2017
cpvs
72200000

TenneT is searching for one Blockchain partner for: Business Development; IT Development of blockchain applications; Maintenance of blockchain applications.

The scope of the tender is blockchain services primarily for TenneT's ancillary services and congestion management activities, but not exclusively. The services to be provided under the Contract consists of blockchain-related services such as:

Part 1: business development

— Business development of a permissioned blockchain for TenneT's ancillary services and congestion management in home countries the Netherlands and Germany;

— Support shall include possible other business development for other European markets

— To propose improvements for the energy sector market design, including at least system operations (ancillary services and congestion management for TenneT TSO B.V. and TenneT TSO GmbH), regulation, privacy, data security and other market design aspects for at least home countries the Netherlands and Germany, and possibly other European markets.

— Consultancy and Business Development services (such as reviews);

— Contribution to (European) standardisation of blockchain concepts suitable for the European energy sector;

Part 2: IT development:

— IT development and implementation of a permissioned blockchain (Hyperledger Fabric and/or other platforms/solutions) for TenneT's ancillary services and congestion management in home countries the Netherlands and Germany

— The services shall include possible software implementations in other European but exclude the implementation work on a market party side;

— Contribution to (European) standardisation of IT blockchain building blocks suitable for the European energy sector;

— Optionally to provide a certificate authority service concerning the blockchain;

— Other services at the request of TenneT that can contribute to the further development and spread of the permissioned blockchain applications;

— System integration with already existing back-end applications of TenneT and business partners concerning blockchain activities.

— Documenting of blockchain applications;

Part 3: maintenance and support on blockchain:

— Documenting of blockchain applications;

— Maintenance and support on blockchain environment and applications;

— Optionally hosting of blockchain DTA(P);

Tender pre-insertion resistor 380 kV

TenneT TSO BV | Published May 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
cpvs
31711130

The scope of this call for tender contains the design, supply, transport to site in the Netherlands, the supervision during erection and testing on site of pre-insertion resistors 380 kV for TenneT's high voltage grid in the Netherlands.

In the period between 2017 and 2023, TenneT expect to build 5 off-shore platforms for the connection of off-shore wind farms to TenneT's on-shore high voltage grid. For the connection of the platforms to TenneT's on-shore grid, TenneT shall equip 5 landstations with in total 30 single phase pre-insertion resistor 380 kV for outdoor application, with the following main characteristics: Installation locations are near the coast/industrial area, this shall be taken into account into the design (salty/polluted air);

Furthermore the following basic technical requirements are applicable:

Rated voltage: 380 kV;

Maximum system voltage Um: 420 kV;

Maximum 1-phase short circuit current: 63 kA/1s;

Resistance (exact value t.b.d.): 80 - 200 Ohm;

Current peak (depending on exact resistance value): 3,8 - 1,6 kA;

Duration energization: 100 ms;

Max. number of consecutive energizations: 3;

Inrush energy per energization (depending on exact resistance value): 5 - 2,5 MJ;

Inrush energy in case of fault (depending on exact resistance value): 60 - 25 MJ.

After selection of candidates, TenneT directly start with the call for tender for the mentioned pre-insertion resistors.

The call for tender shall result in a framework agreement with one supplier for the delivery and installation for all needed pre-insertion resistors in the mentioned period.

TenneT expect to make the first call of orders in Q1 / Q2 2017 for the pre-insertion resistors.

The TenneT tendering process for these components consists of 2 phases:

Phase 1: selection phase;

Phase 2: call for tender (ITT, RFQ, Initial bid, negotiation, Best and Final Offer, awarding).

HVDC Cable system COBRA Cable.

TenneT TSO BV | Published February 16, 2016
Winner
Prysmian Powerlink S.r.l.
cpvs
31320000, 31321300, 31321500, 45230000, 45231400, 45314310, 60630000

The Dutch and Danish Transmission System Operators (TSO's), TenneT and Energinet.dk, wish to realize a power link (interconnector) between Endrup in Denmark and Eemshaven in The Netherlands. The purpose of the power link (interconnector), titled COBRAcable, is to allow the integration of more renewable energy into the European power grid through the Dutch and Danish power systems and to increase security of power supply. The possibility to connect wind farms in the North Sea area with the COBRA cable is being investigated in the project.

Due to the overall size of this project and the preliminary time schedule aiming at operational interconnector in Q1 2019, the project is split into several work packages, divided between the TSO's and in which TenneT TSO B.V. will be leading the COBRACable scope as referred to in this tender.

Installation and restoration work for the large offer of smart meters - Alliander NV

Alliander N.V. | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline August 26, 2014
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Reason Climate change and continuously rising energy demand are the main drivers behind the energy. The price of fossil fuels is increasing. Solutions that reduce both CO2 emissions from fossil fuels are necessary. According to realize the European Climate Foundation (ECF), 80% reduction in CO2 emissions in the EU by 2050 through a dual approach: substantial energy savings to the current demand and substantial growth in renewable generation. To 2050 practically energy neutral, there must be 2020 already 20% reduction in CO2 emissions, 20% energy and 20% renewable generation are realized. The smart electricity and gas meters are crucial to provide customers with Alliander NV insight into their energy consumption and thereby enable them to influence their energy consumption. Installation and restoration work for the large offer of smart meters. To achieve the objectives of the 2020 European Commission has determined that the end of 2020 80% of the inhabitants of the European Union must be equipped with a smart meter. This objective has been taken over by the Dutch government. To achieve this, the Dutch government's massive offer from 2015 to 2020 created with the goal of 100% of the Dutch consumers have offered a smart meter. At the end of this period, it is expected that 80% of the Dutch population has a smart meter to this to allow them to gain more insight into energy consumption, own generation and grid. Contracting Department has decided to use the scale to offer also to perform certain remedial work alongside the installation of a smart meter. The period 2021 to 2024 is used to replace the remaining gauges.

Solar panels

Gemeente Arnhem | Published March 3, 2017
cpvs
09331000, 09331200, 09332000

Municipality of Arnhem has the ambition to make a significant contribution to the generation of solar energy. For the first available plot the municipality wants to realize a solar field preferably combined with charging infrastructure and energy management system.

Municipality of Arnhem has to be the ambition to realize a solar field, preferably combined with charging infrastructure and energy management

The municipality is considering this, prefer to grant an exclusive right, which the interested operator entirely on their own account, or not going to develop in collaboration with others, the solar park, finance and installation to its full operation. conditions attached to the exercise of this right.

Public utilities

Alliander N.V. | Published March 23, 2017
cpvs
65000000, 65300000

Please note: To participate, send your e-mail to flexmarktontwikkeling@alliander.com

It is the vision of Liander N.V. and Alliander N.V. that, in the future, grid operators should be in a position to match the energy supply and demand with one another. To that end, the Client wishes to gain experience with flexibility markets, as referred to in USEF specifications. For that reason, in the roadmap for realisation and implementation of a market of this kind, the project foresees flexibility market development in two phases:

A development and test phase, during which a cooperation is entered into by a maximum of five (5) Tenderers to develop the market. Testing and validating market processes, as well as an initial flexibility trading form part of this phase. The underlying Tender applies solely to this phase.

An operational phase, during which the developed market can be entered by an unlimited number of Tenderers. Awards for this phase are made through a separate project. Aw...

Tenderers are asked to present an itemised action plan, by means of which flexibility in electricity consumption in the area of Nijmegen Noord can be unlocked before January 2018 and which, by means of a market in accordance with USEF specifications, can be used to lower the stress on the local grid. At the very least, the flexibility must be available during the winter months between 17:00 and 20:00 hours.

Tenderers have the intention and the resources to carry out the presented Action Plan as from the time at which the Cooperation Agreement is entered into and following the approval of the investment proposal that has been drawn up as an alternative to grid upgrade.

European Tender analysis and improvements for flow factor competition — EU222

TenneT TSO BV | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
cpvs
79311000, 09310000, 71410000, 71241000

In the Central West Europe (CWE) region, covering Belgium, France, Germany, Luxemburg and The Netherlands, a first market coupling called the TLC (Trilateral Market Coupling) linking France, Belgium and the Netherlands was launched in November 2006. In February 2007, the national regulatory authorities (hereafter NRAs) of the CWE region published their so-called Action Plan recommending the implementation of a Flow-Based Market Coupling (FB MC) in line with the Congestion Management Guidelines issued end 2006. This agreement between regulators was supported in June 2007 by the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) involving the 5 Members States, the NRAs, the Transmission System Operators (TSOs), the power exchanges (PXs) and representatives of large producers of the CWE region. One of the main objectives of this MOU was the implementation of a FB MC in the CWE region in 2009. In July 2008, project partners (TSOs and PXs) announced that the CWE MC would start with a non FB approach based on coordinated NTC calculations. These developments have led to the launch of the ITVC (Interim Tight Volume Coupling) with the Nordic region in November 2010 and to the launch of the NWE price coupling in February 2014. In the meantime, the work of TSOs and PXs on the implementation of the FB MC in the CWE region was monitored by the NRAs through the so-called ‘expert meetings’ and through the Support Group 1 (SG1) of the Pentalateral Energy Forum (PLEF) set up by the 5 countries in 2005 and later, in 2012, gradually expanded by full membership status to Austria and via observer status for Switzerland.

The NRA's are interested in an analysis and possible improvements for dealing with (fairness of) Flow Factor Competition in CWE Flow Based Market Coupling.

The goal is to select a vendor able to perform the study within the set boundaries of the NRA's and deliver the described result. The background, context, explanation of the current situation, boundaries and expected result is described in the Terms of Reference (ToR).

Supply of Electricity to compensate for cable losses NorNed 2015 - TenneT TSO

TenneT TSO | Published November 5, 2014  -  Deadline November 24, 2014
cpvs
09310000

Through this tender procedure TenneT TSO BV wants to invite energy suppliers to submit an offer for the supply of electricity to compensate for cable losses of the NorNed cable for a period of 12 months from January 1, 2015, in accordance with terms and conditions as stated in the questionnaire. This is addressing the issue of program responsibility and the associated supply of electricity for connection with EAN code 871686799999990460, which is defined for the cable losses NorNed. The entire real line losses allocated to this connection of the NorNed cable into the situation where electricity over this cable Netherlands is transported to Norway ("export mode").

2014-07-01426 - Construction Shore.

Gemeente Arnhem | Published November 15, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
cpvs
09310000, 31321200, 31682100, 45310000, 45314310, 51110000, 65310000, 71323100

The project Shore Arnhem covers the New Quay on the Rhine. The municipality intends to build 10 mill power connections for passenger transport ships. In this quay which is divided into two rolling stream locations goes into this project to build 10 berths where passenger transport ships. This project includes the design and installation of electrical engineering 10 mill power connections for passenger transport ships (public, including advanced system). This waltz power connections are realized in cabinets on the quay where the public cabinets are controlled by an advanced payment system with a roll-ups a smart energy meter and GPRS communication. The rolling stream enclosures have special design which is laid down in the specifications. In addition, the project includes the installation of two transformer stations (in accordance with design requirements and operator) and the necessary wiring between the transformer stations and rolling power connections. The transformer stations will be supplied from the national grid of Liander. This is done using a. mains on medium voltage in the transformer station.

Software implementation services

TenneT TSO BV | Published November 24, 2017  -  Deadline January 8, 2018
cpvs
72263000

The SAP SuccessFactors environment was installed in 2015 to make use of SAP Payrolling. TenneT wants to implement the module ‘Recruitment’ in 2018 and the coming years possibly other modules like ‘Succession Planning’, Performance and Goals' and ‘Compensation Management’.

In Lot 1 TenneT wants to contract two (2) tenderers for all services in scope for both TenneT TSO B.V. as for TenneT TSO GmbH.

For the SAP SuccessFactors module ‘Succession Planning’ both contracted tenderers will be invited to compete in a mini-tender to determine which tenderer a Call-off contract will be awarded to implement the SAP SuccessFactors module ‘Succession Planning’.

In lot 2 TenneT wants to contract three (3) providers.

Via mini-tenders one (1) of these providers will be awarded a Call-off contract to implement the modules ‘Performance and Goals’ and/or ‘Compensation management’ and/or any additional modules (other than contracted in lot 1).

The Corporate HR MT made the strategic decision to align the recruitment and selection process of the Netherlands and Germany, and to support this process with one implementation of the SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management module for TenneT NL and DE. This project contributes to the rationalisation of the HR application landscape, improvement and harmonisation of processes and single entry of employee data.

The implementation of the SuccessFactors Recruitment and Selection module is one step in harmonising and integrating within HRC, supporting the one company strategy of TenneT. For TenneT NL ‘HR phase 2/Recruitment’ is a continuation of the project ‘HR Core information system’ (also called ‘MyHR’) that implemented the SuccessFactors module ‘Employee Central’ combined with SAP Payroll and went live in January, 2016. For TenneT DE ‘HR Phase2 / Recruitment and Selection’ will be the first SuccessFactors implementation.

Hiring the right people is crucial to reach TenneT's goals. Harmonisation and alignment of the recruitment processes supports internationalisation within TenneT, although minor process deviations per country can be necessary due to local legislation / regulation. Moreover, SuccessFactors Recruitment and Selection leads to a more open and standard recruitment process for whole TenneT. New candidates can be followed within TenneT as a whole and cross border employability will be improved and encouraged. Adjacent goals of corporate HR are that managers in the Netherlands and Germany should experience a comparable support and service level by HR. For employees the new solution should encourage the use of career development opportunities within the company. Furthermore, TenneT will be able to comply with the new privacy demands on handling personal data of job applicants, for instance because the new module provides functionality to delete personal data.

To cater these developments and future developments concerning ‘Succession Planning’ TenneT wants to contract in Lot 1 two (2) tenderers for all services in scope for both TenneT TSO B.V. as for TenneT TSO GmbH.

The tenderer with the highest score on the awarding model will be the awarded a Call-off contract to implement the SAP SuccessFactors module ‘Recruitment’.

For the SAP SuccessFactors module ‘Succession Planning’ both contracted tenderers will be invited to compete in a mini-tender to determine which tenderer a Call-off contract will be awarded to implement the SAP SuccessFactors module ‘Succession Planning’.

Changes in the energy market are ahead of us. The current environmental changes ask for a different way of looking at People Performance Management. Therefore TenneT aims to transition from a traditional to a modern and harmonized people performance management approach for the locations in Germany and the Netherlands. TenneT's People Performance Management concept directly links to TenneT's strategic priorities Operational and Organizational Excellence.

At TenneT we believe that a high quality continuous performance dialogue is one of the key success factors to create a company culture in which employees are empowered and encouraged to perform every day. By increasing the quality of the continuous performance dialogue between hierarchical managers and their direct reports TenneT aims to:

— Drive desired core behaviours/values;

— Foster career development and sustainable added value;

— Enable employee performance and utilize employee potential;

— Improve the perceived fairness of recognition.

Therefore the continuous performance dialogues is 1 of the key elements of the approach (see attached document ‘visual’).

Key elements of the new and improved PM process: —Support flexible goal setting based on the Objectives and Key Result (OKR) method.

— Support continuous performance evaluation and registration of feedback;

— Rating of the added value and behaviour (2 point rating scale);

— No direct link between appraisal and salary increase;

— Separate target setting for Short Term Incentives (STI);

— Support of calibration sessions to calibrate performance evaluation and salary evaluation.

To create an effective and efficient performance management process we need to automate the process in our location in the Netherlands and Germany. In line with the direction HR choose regarding the IT Landscape, the improved and harmonized approach needs to be supported/automated by the SuccessFactors module ‘Performance and Goals’ and Compensation. This is in line with the chosen IT-strategy. For TenneT HR phase 3 Performance and Goals this is a continuation of the project ‘HR phase 2/Recruitment’ and ‘HR Core information system’ (also called ‘MyHR’) that implemented the SuccesFactors module ‘Employee Central’ combined with SAP Payroll and went live in January, 2016. The HR project Recruitment will run in parallel.

The harmonization of the process in the Netherlands and Germany aligns with the strategic decision to develop an international HR Unit although process deviations per country can be necessary due to regulation.

To cater these developments TenneT wants to contract in Lot 2 three (3) providers.

Via mini-competitions one (1) of these providers will be awarded the contract to implement the modules ‘Performance and Goals’ and/or ‘Compensation management’ and/or any additional modules (other than contracted in lot 1).

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