The West Nordic areas and the Artic refer to Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Jan Mayen, Svalbard and Arctic ocean areas nearby these lands.
The focus area for this task is to explore the energy system and development of this towards 2035 in the West Nordic areas and the Arctic. The energy system covers the potential for different renewable energy resources, the infrastructure, the demand for energy in different sectors, and relevant policies. The supplier will gather data on these topics, the data shall be published and they shall be utilized for scenario analyses.
The study consists of two parts:
1. Collecting and publishing data on renewable energy resources in West Nordic area and the Arctic
2. Scenarioanalyses towards 2035. This includes describing relevant scenarios and models to analyse them, conducting the analyses and discussing the results.
All public transport in Oslo and Akershus shall run on renewable energy in 2020.
Ruter has adopted a target for changing to renewable energy on buses by 2025. Electrical propulsion is expected to be dominant in the future and Ruter is now laying the basis for the electrification of buses. Based on the systems that are currently available in the market, quick charging stations at the terminal stop seems to be the most suitable concept for the buses in Oslo. Further details on the knowledge basis for Ruter's assessments can be found at: https://ruter.no/fossilfri2020
Further details on the knowledge basis for Ruter's assessments can be found at: https://ruter.no/fossilfri2020
This procurement is for all buildings as well as the accompanying outside areas that the contracting authority has as its disposals at its sites at Haraldrud Energy Recovery Facility and Romerike Biogas Facility. The assignment includes contractor services for general maintenance/renovation and equivalent assignments for buildings and outside areas, as well as minor extensions.
The extent of the services that are expected to be procured is approx. 7 000 000-8 000 000 NOK per annum. This amount is an estimate based on historical figures and the contracting authority will not give any guarantees for the future volume nor is the amount binding for the contracting authority.
The European Commission has put forward a proposal for a new renewable energy directive for the period 2021-2030. The proposal includes sustainability criteria for all types bioenergy regardless of end use.
The purpose of the project is to provide analyses of some key components in the proposed EU policy for bioenergy sustainability (30.11.2016) in order to facilitate national processes and a mutual understanding of the consequences of the proposed policy to Nordic countries.
The study will explore the implications of the proposed EU sustainability policy in the Nordic countries in order to facilitate national and EU processes.
See additional information in ‘Invitation for tenders’.
The project includes the demolition of 2 pavilions, parts of the central building and the existing transformer station.
The central building shall be completely renovated. The renovation works include both internal areas, as well as facades and roofs. The completed building shall be in accordance with energy class B. Approx. 3 570 m
2 new school buildings and 1 new gymnasium building shall be constructed. These buildings shall be delivered as passive buildings. Approx. 7 480 m
A new Transformer station shall be constructed on a different location of the site.
The outdoor areas shall be upgraded and the existing artificial grass field shall be demolished/relocated to a different location on the site.
A pavement connected to the school site shall also be constructed in Haraldsvei. The pavement is situated at the property of the Agency for Urban Development.
Along the large main waterways in Eastern Norway, comprehensive flood safety systems for protection of the infrastructure, the settlement and the agricultural land were established in the period from 1960 to 2005. The systems are currently protecting major social values, but the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) is lacking an overview of the conditions on most of them. The systems' age call for systematic inspections, in order to present a foundation for more extensive maintenance and potential upgrades.
The contract in this tender notice involves the collection of data and status registration for 20 flood protection systems and 14 pumping stations in the Eastern Region. The assignment will include archive search, field work and contact with the municipalities/landowners. Information shall be presented about the technical conditions of the systems, specific current protection measures, the current safety level/pumping capacity, development plans, as well as inspection/emergency routines related to the systems.
The contract also involves an assessment of upgrading requirements, safety level recommendations in connection with potential upgrading and a cost estimate thereof for the involved systems. If relevant, an assessment shall also be made on where the emergency overflows should be located.
A detailed description of the delivery is given in Appendix 1 — the requirement specifications.
The lighting delivery contract must be conducted in accordance with public laws and regulations and in consultation with local authorities. All electrotechnical equipment shall comply with relevant EU/EEA directives, prevailing European standards or Norwegian standards in case European standards are missing. All requirements in accordance with ‘Regulations concerning electrical low voltage systems’ (FEL), and the Norwegian Electrotechnical Committee (NEK) standard 400:2014 shall be complied with, as well as Technical regulations regarding electrotechnical systems in the Planning and building act.
Particular emphasis will be placed on energy/climate/and operationally favourable system solutions.
Materials, equipment, components and execution are selected in accordance with this.
The electro technical installations are described in 8 different contracts named K401 Elkraft [Electric Power], K4011 Lighting (including outdoor lighting), K501 Security, K5011 Network, K502 Centralised operational control/automatic controls, K503 Internal control equipment, K5031 AV equipment, and K601 Lift. Some electrotechnical work is also included in contract K201 Alteration Infrastructure, K204 Framework concrete work and K701 Outdoor installations.
This contract, K4011, with associated drawings and documents, includes the following:
— Lighting equipment;
— Emergency light equipment;
— A lighting control system for façade lights on the Alabaster façade;
— A lighting control system for internal lights in the Alabaster hall.
Contract K4011 is mainly an equipment delivery contract (excluding installation) for the construction site.
The equipment delivery will be divided in several deliveries in accordance with the building progress.
Contract K4011 shall include the delivery, the installation and the commissioning of complete control systems for the control of the façade lighting in the Alabaster façade and internal lights in the Alabaster Hall.
The tenderer shall list the 3 most central employees as a part of the response to the award criteria Quality — Project implementation. These employees shall be available during the entire delivery/contract period.
The contracting authority is emphasising that independent on the tender responses related to the award criteria, the tenderer is bound to provide required administration, competence and organisation. The tenderer cannot, under any circumstances, deliver less than what is described in the tender response.