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Prequalification — geoexchange energy systems for energy storage — air force base.

Forsvarsbygg (The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency) | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 21, 2016
cpvs
76431000, 24951110, 45262220, 76300000, 76411000, 76430000

Turnkey contract for a geoexchange energy system — intake system for a geoexchange energy system.

The contract will mainly consist of:

— A geoexchange energy system

— An intake system thereof

The geoexchange energy system is designed as a balanced energy storage where the outlet of heating and supply of surplus energy is almost identical. In stage 1, the system will require approx. 70 geoexchange wells with a depth of 250 metres (efficient drilling metres). The number of wells can be reduced by drilling each well deeper into the ground.

BIM (Building Information Modelling) drawings are required as part of the engineering design and MOM (Management, Operation and Maintenance) documentation.

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A framework agreement on consultancy services for energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments.

Omsorgsbygg Oslo KF (Oslo Municipality, the Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings) | Published July 1, 2015
Winner
Norconsult AS
cpvs
71314300

Oslo municipality, c/o the Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings, henceforth referred to as the contracting authority, invites tenderers to a tender contest in relation to a framework agreement for consultancy services within energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments. The Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings is a municipal enterprise owned by Oslo kommune to develop, build, operate, and maintain purpose-built buildings. As of January 2011 the total building area is approximately 900 000 m2 divided between more than 658 properties and 1 150 buildings. The buildings mainly consist of nursing homes, residential — and rehabilitation centres, nursery schools, fire stations, as well as cultural centres. The framework agreement shall meet the contracting authority's requirements for consultancy services in relation to energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments.

A framework agreement on consultancy services for energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments.

Omsorgsbygg Oslo KF (Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings) | Published April 23, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
cpvs
71314300

Oslo municipality, c/o the Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings, henceforth referred to as the contracting authority, invites tenderers to a tender contest in relation to a framework agreement for consultancy services within energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments. The Municipal Undertaking for Social Service Buildings is a municipal enterprise owned by Oslo kommune to develop, build, operate, and maintain purpose-built buildings. As of January 2011 the total building area is approximately 900 000 m2 divided between more than 658 properties and 1 150 buildings. The buildings mainly consist of nursing homes, residential - and rehabilitation centres, nursery schools, fire stations, as well as cultural centres. The framework agreement shall meet the contracting authority's requirements for consultancy services in relation to energy/environment, ENØK (energy economising) and energy labelling/assessments.

Energy and related services

Posten Norge AS | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
cpvs
71314000, 71314300

The contracting authority shall procure a web-based energy-efficient surveillance system (EOS) for its locations in first and foremost Norway and Sweden. However, Denmark and Finland may also be relevant The contracting authority prefers to enter into an agreement with one tenderer. The EOS shall monitor, register, report and analyse energy consumption and the energy effect history in the property portfolio from numerous different energy sources.

Further information: https://procurementportal.posten.no/Pages/RFxDetails.aspx?RFxId=60812

The contracting authority shall procure a web-based energy-efficient surveillance system (EOS) for its locations in first and foremost Norway and Sweden. However, Denmark and Finland may also be relevant The contracting authority prefers to enter into an agreement with one tenderer. The EOS system shall monitor, register, report and analyse energy consumption and the energy effect history in the property portfolio from numerous different energy sources.

Further information: https://procurementportal.posten.no/Pages/RFxDetails.aspx?RFxId=60812

Energy and related services

Posten Norge AS | Published April 6, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
cpvs
71314000, 71314300

The contracting authority shall procure a web-based energy-efficient surveillance system (EOS) for its locations in first and foremost Norway and Sweden. However, Denmark and Finland may also be relevant The contracting authority prefers to enter into an agreement with one tenderer. The EOS shall monitor, register, report and analyse energy consumption and the energy effect history in the property portfolio from numerous different energy sources.

Further information: https://procurementportal.posten.no/Pages/RFxDetails.aspx?RFxId=60812

Energy management system — EOS

Jernbaneverket (The Norwegian National Rail Administration) | Published April 2, 2016
Winner
OneCo Solutions AS
cpvs
48326000, 38550000, 38551000, 38552000, 38554000, 48451000

Investment in an Energy management system (EOS) for the Norwegian National Rail Administration, henceforth abbreviated and referred to as JBV. The Energy management system, henceforth referred to as EOS, shall provide the users a clear, updated and reliable information, notify abnormal operational conditions, contribute to an increased consciousness about the actual energy consumption and facilitate analyses of the energy consumption.

Annually JBV uses approx. 110 GWh electricity for operation of infrastructure and own buildings, and approx. 2,5 GWh fossil fuel for heating buildings. JBV's action plan for energy efficiency in the period 2014-2017 gives guidelines for prioritising measures and funds during the period. JBV has since 2003 worked with energy efficiency and is now implementing the 4th energy efficiency project in cooperation with Enova. The following installations/buildings/facilities represent the largest consumptions of energy in JBV:

— Points heaters,

— Lighting,

— Ice melting systems on platforms/stairs,

— Technical systems/railway signalling plants,

— Building,

i. Stations,

ii. Train workshop halls,

iii. Engine sheds,

iv. Rooms for station controllers,

v. Electrical installation technical buildings,

vi. Other buildings.

At present JBV has 2 100 electricity meters, of which approx. 750 meters are measured every hour. These are electricity meters and they represent more than 80 % of the electricity consumption for The Norwegian National Rail Administration. All hourly measured electricity meters belonging to JBV shall in this project be registered in an energy management system with automatic transmission of consumer data on hourly basis. The data shall be collected from the Norwegian National Rail Administration Energy's settlement system, Elwin/Frost. The Norwegian National Rail Administration Energy is JBV's own energy company. 4 locations have already installed purpose divided measuring with individual meters. The hourly registrations from these meters shall also be collected from the energy management system and necessary equipment in order achieve this based on GPRS communication must be included. JBV will be in charge of installation and connection based on a circuit diagram from the supplier of the Energy Management System. Any configuration of the equipment shall be made by the supplier of the Energy Management System. The meters are manufactured by Scandinavian electric and have pulse output. The current meter structure is a mixture of various consumer groups.

Energy management system — EOS.

Jernbaneverket (The Norwegian National Rail Administration) | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline January 20, 2016
cpvs
38551000, 38550000, 38552000, 38554000, 48326000, 48451000

Investment in an Energy management system (EOS) for the Norwegian National Rail Administration, henceforth abbreviated and referred to as JBV The Energy management system, henceforth referred to as EOS, shall provide the users a clear, updated and reliable information, notify abnormal operational conditions, contribute to an increased consciousness about the actual energy consumption and facilitate analyses of the energy consumption. Annually JBV uses approximately 110 GWh electricity for operation of infrastructure and own buildings, and approximately 2.5 GWh fossil fuel for heating buildings. JBV's action plan for energy efficiency in the period 2014-2017 gives guidelines for prioritising measures and funds during the period. JBV has since 2003 worked with energy efficiency and is now implementing the fourth energy efficiency project in cooperation with Enova. The following installations/buildings/facilities represent the largest consumptions of energy in JBV: — Points heaters; — Lighting; — Ice melting systems on platforms/stairs; — Technical systems/railway signalling plants; — Buildings. o Stations; o Train workshop halls; o Engine sheds; o Rooms for station controllers; o Electrical installation technical buildings; o Other buildings. At present JBV has 2 100 electricity meters, of which approximately 750 meters are measured every hour. These are electricity meters and they represent more than 80 % of the electricity consumption for JBV. All hourly measured electricity meters belonging to JBV shall in this project be registered in an energy management system with automatic transmission of consumer data on hourly basis. The data shall be collected from the Norwegian National Rail Administration Energy's settlement system, Elwin/Frost. The Norwegian National Rail Administration Energy is JBV's own energy company. 4 locations have already installed purpose divided measuring with individual meters. The hourly registrations from these meters shall also be collected from the energy management system and necessary equipment in order achieve this based on GPRS communication must be included. JBV will be in charge of installation and connection based on a circuit diagram from the supplier of the Energy Management System Any configuration of the equipment shall be made by the supplier of the Energy Management System The meters are manufactured by Scandinavian electric and have pulse output. The current meter structure is a mixture of various consumer groups.

Energy and related services

Kultur- og idrettsbygg Oslo KF (The Municipal Undertaking for Culture and Sports Facilities Oslo) | Published August 23, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs

Energy and related services

Energy and related services

Nordic Energy Research (Nordisk Energiforskning) | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
cpvs
71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 73220000

Energy and related services

Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

Forsvarsbygg | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline August 23, 2017
cpvs
09300000, 09323000, 09324000

The establishment and operation of an energy central for the sales of heating in the form of circulating hot water.

The main objective of the contract is to enter into an agreement for the supply of energy in the form of circulating hot water for Bardufoss Air Station, in accordance with requirements stated in the contract documents.

See the tender documentation for more detailed information.

Positioning of Energy Wells.

Jernbaneverket (The Norwegian National Rail Administration) | Published August 22, 2015
Winner
Østfold Brønnboring AS
cpvs
76492000

It has been mapped and confirmed private wells along the Follo Line's tunnels, both of the type energy wells and other type of storages such as e.g. potable water storage tanks. In accordance with reports prepared by Bioforsk Natur og Miljø (the Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research, Nature and Environment), it has been mapped approximately 95 properties with energy wells or potable water tanks within what can be defined as the influence area for the Follo Line. Approximately 30 of these wells are situated closer than 50 metres to the Follo Line tunnels. Several of them are located in the route or in proximity to the route and may therefore be directly affected or influenced by tunnel operations. Even though the wells are positioned precisely with GPS on terrain level there is great uncertainty to how several of the levels are functioning in depth. The Follo Line wishes to get the wells that are considered influenced by the construction works positioned and wishes to know the precise position of the well holes between the terrain and down to the lower edge tunnel level. It is considered necessary to examine the wells at approximately 30 locations (which contains wells that are closer than, 50 metres from the tunnel). Some locations contain several wells.

Energy conservation Bardufoss — Energy in the form of circulating hot water to Rusta and Heggelia Military Camp.

Forsvarsbygg [The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency] | Published January 9, 2016
Winner
Bioenergy AS
cpvs
71314000

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency wishes to change to a more environmental friendly energy production for Rusta and Heggelia Military Camp by entering into an agreement with a private provider of environmental friendly energy (district heating) to buildings and installations in Rusta and Heggelia Military Camp. The contract period is 20 years with expected delivery of 15 GWh per annum.

A tender conference/inspection will be held:

23.9.2015 (12:00).

Meeting place: The red temporary buildings Heggelia (the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency development North's offices)

NB: To register your interest in this tender notice and receive additional information, please visit the Doffin website: http://www.doffin.no/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=134971

Project NIH Restoration. Turnkey Contract K204 Energy Wells

Statsbygg Hovedkontor (The Directorate of Public Construction and Property Head Office) | Published July 21, 2016
Winner
Båsum Boring AS
cpvs
45210000, 45222000, 45212200, 45214000

The Directorate of Public Construction and Property (Statsbygg) requests, in connection with project no: 1006101.

See the tender documentation for further information.

Name: NIH Restoration, tenders for an engineering procurement and construction contract: K204 Energy storages.

Statsbygg has been given the assignment, from Kunnskapsdepartementet (The Ministry of Education and Research) to implement detailed engineering design and restoration of approx. 16 650 m2 at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences located at Sogn in Oslo. An addition with an area of approx. 800 m2 shall also be constructed.

A large part of the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences' total area is not included in the restoration.

An energy storage park shall be established for the delivery of heating energy to heating pumps.

This invitation to tender/contract concerns engineering design, drilling, constructing and establishing of the above mentioned energy storage park — contract K204.

The heating pumps are not included in the current competition.

The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences will be in full operation during the construction works. The works must be organised in such a manner that access for students and employees is secured in safe way. Tenderers must take this into account when pricing these inconveniences into the tender offer. The tenderer must also take into account and price their tender offer so that the energy storage park includes conduit paths/ditches shall partially be located inside the construction site's barracks area, where construction works will take place delivered by other contractors. The contractors must coordinate their works on the construction site in consultation with the user (NIH), The Directorate of Public Construction and Property and other contractors.

Note: Furthermore, large parts of the works will take place on the outside of the construction fence for the construction project, where there is much public through traffic. Therefore, the tender offer must price HSE measures for the safety of passers by and the general public against accidents and injuries.

The works must continuously be protected against unauthorised access to the areas where the contractor works at any given time are occurring, by fencing in those areas (minimum standard construction site fencing) and they must be well labelled/signposted.

The execution of the designing and construction works shall take place from 1.6.2016 to 1.12.2016.

It is a requirement that works in the areas that lie outside of the construction site fence for the main construction project (i.e. the open space marked green on the attached location map), shall be completed including setback of the areas (green areas) at the latest by 1.11.2016.

The commissioning period is 12 months, from 1.12.2016-1.12.2017.

The energy wells shall be drilled in the red shaded area on the location map, and the collection pipe shall be delivered and mounted in accordance with performances in the current tender documentation including main pipe to the furnace wall, located as shown on the attached location map in building 10 (by the swimming hall).

Regarding the requirements of the engineering deign works, refer to The Directorate of Public Construction and Property's design specifications, which can be found on The Directorate of Public Construction and Property's home page: www.statsbygg.no

Project NIH Restoration; Turnkey Contract K204 Energy Wells

Statsbygg Hovedkontor (The Directorate of Public Construction and Property Main Office) | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline April 12, 2016
cpvs
45210000, 45222000, 45212200, 45214000

The Directorate of Public Construction and Property (Statsbygg) requests, in connection with project No: 1006101.

See the tender documentation for further information.

Name: NIH Restoration, tenders for an engineering procurement and construction contract: K204 Energy storages:

Statsbygg has been given the assignment, from Kunnskapsdepartementet (The Ministry of Education and Research) to implement detailed engineering design and restoration of approx. 16 650 m2 at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences located at Sogn in Oslo. An addition with an area of approx. 800 m2 shall also be constructed.

A large part of the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences' total area is not included in the restoration.

An energy storage park shall be established for the delivery of heating energy to heating pumps.

This invitation to tender/contract concerns engineering design, drilling, constructing and establishing of the above mentioned energy storage park — contract K204.

The heating pumps are not included in the current competition.

The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences will be in full operation during the construction works. The works must be organised in such a manner that access for students and employees is secured in safe way. Tenderers must take this into account when pricing these inconveniences into the tender offer. The tenderer must also take into account and price their tender offer so that the energy storage park includes conduit paths/ditches shall partially be located inside the construction site's barracks area, where construction works will take place delivered by other contractors. The contractors must coordinate their works on the construction site in consultation with the user (NIH), The Directorate of Public Construction and Property and other contractors.

Note: Furthermore, large parts of the works will take place on the outside of the construction fence for the construction project, where there is much public through traffic. Therefore, the tender offer must price HSE measures for the safety of passers by and the general public against accidents and injuries.

The works must continuously be protected against unauthorised access to the areas where the contractor works at any given time are occurring, by fencing in those areas (minimum standard construction site fencing) and they must be well labelled/signposted.

The execution of the designing and construction works shall take place from 1.6.2016 to 1.12.2016.

It is a requirement that works in the areas that lie outside of the construction site fence for the main construction project (i.e. the open space marked green on the attached location map), shall be completed including setback of the areas (green areas) at the latest by 1.11.2016.

The commissioning period is 12 months, from 1.12.2016-1.12.2017.

The energy wells shall be drilled in the red shaded area on the location map, and the collection pipe shall be delivered and mounted in accordance with performances in the current tender documentation including main pipe to the furnace wall, located as shown on the attached location map in building 10 (by the swimming hall).

Regarding the requirements of the engineering design works, refer to The Directorate of Public Construction and Property's design specifications, which can be found on The Directorate of Public Construction and Property's home page: www.statsbygg.no

Thermal energy to the New Deichmanske Main Library and New Munch Museum

Kultur- og idrettsbygg Oslo KF [The Municipal Undertaking for Culture and Sports Facilities Oslo] | Published December 3, 2016
Winner
Hafslund Varme AS
cpvs
71314000, 09300000, 09000000, 31711120, 65400000, 71314200

Oslo kommune c/o Kultur- og idrettsbygg Oslo KF (KID), hereafter called the contracting authority, invites tenderers to an open tender competition for the procurement of thermal energy for the new Deichmanske main library and new Munch Museum.

General for both buildings.

Both the New Deichmanske main library, hereafter called Deichmanske, and the New Munch museum, hereafter called Munch, are planned to use hydronic heating systems and cooling energy. The contracting authority wants to purchase heating and cooling energy from an external supplier with a delivery based on the general environmental follow-up plan dated 1.3.2012 (OMOP). It is an authority requirement that the delivery of district heating is environmentally better than the delivery of district heating from Hafslund.

For Deichmanske the need for delivery of heating and cooling energy will be relatively constant throughout the lifetime of the building, provided the building is not used for anything other than library activity.

For Munch the need for delivery of heating and cooling energy will also be relatively constant throughout the lifetime of the building, provided the building is not used for anything other than museum activity.

The general environmental follow up program (OMOP) for the development in Bjørvika has the following goals for the energy supply: The energy requirement should as far as possible be covered by renewable sources, primarily based on the use of sea water.

New Deichmanske main library.

The City Council undertook on 6.3.2013, case 72/13, to construct the new Deichmanske main library in Bjørvika. It is based on the winner concept ‘Diagonal’ from the planning and design competition in 2008/2009. The new Deichmanske main library will be the most environmentally friendly cultural building in Norway, and is designed with a passive house level. The building structure, facade, material selection, lighting and climate installations are planned for optimal energy efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. The project is a prototype in the FutureBuilt program and has received a pledge of support from Enova SF for passive house initiatives and new environmental technology.

Newt Munch museum.

The City Council undertook 5.6.2013, case 178/13, that:

1. The alternative Lambda in Bjørvika is adopted as a concept for the new Munch museum.

2. The City Council request as soon as possible, proposals for the zoning plan for the new Munch museum based on the Lambda concept on area B5 in Bjørvika.

3. The Munch museum shall be built by the public sector and owned by the public.

With a possible future organisation such as incorporation the public shall appoint the members of the board.

4. From 2014 the Munch museum was given economic manoeuvrability to make the necessary quality improvements, preservation and improvements to the new building. This is in addition to the project management and staff for the construction project.

5. The City Council requests to work in the economic consequences of realisation of the new Munch museum and preparations for moving in the budget proposal for 2014 and the economy plan 2014-2018.

The project is a prototype in the FutureBuilt program and support from Enova SF is planned for passive house initiatives and new environmental technology and the building shall be designed and constructed with passive house level. The building's structure, facade, material selection, lighting and climate installations are planned for optimal energy efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Tender offer, alternative A and B.

The contracting authority requests that two separate tender offers are given (‘Tender A’ and ‘Tender B’). Both of the alternatives must be priced. The background for this is that the contracting authority can use the existing supplier of heating energy in Bjørvika to also deliver to Deichmanske main library. This cost will be part of the evaluation of price on Tender B.

If both of the alternatives (Tender A and Tender B) are not priced, this will result in rejection.

Tender A:

— Heating and cooling energy to Deichmanske main library.

— Heating and cooling energy to the Munch museum.

Tender B:

— Only cooling energy to Deichmanske main library.

— Heating and cooling energy to the Munch museum.

The Contracting authority will select the alternative tender (either ‘Tender A’ or ‘Tender B’) that gives the lowest price.

It is not possible to submit other alternative tender offers than those described ‘Tender A’ and ‘Tender B’.

Two tenders were received by the deadline. Both of the tenders had such shortcomings that they have to be rejected and the competition was cancelled pursuant to the public procurement regulations § 22-1 (2). Both of the tenderers were invited to a negotiated procedure.

Thermal energy to the New Deichmanske Main Library and New Munch Museum

Kultur- og idrettsbygg Oslo KF (The Municipal Undertaking for Culture and Sports Facilities Oslo) | Published July 14, 2016  -  Deadline August 31, 2016
cpvs
71314000, 09300000, 09000000, 31711120, 65400000, 71314200

Oslo kommune c/o Kultur- og idrettsbygg Oslo KF (KID), hereafter called the Contracting Authority, invites tenderers to an open tender competition in connection with the procurement of thermal energy to the new Deichmanske main library and new Munch Museum.

General for both buildings.

Both the New Deichmanske main library, hereafter called Deichmanske, and the New Munch museum, hereafter called Munch, are planned to use hydronic heating systems and cooling energy. The Contracting Authority wants to purchase heating and cooling energy from an external supplier with a delivery based on the general environmental follow-up plan dated 1.3.2012 (OMOP). It is an authority requirement that the delivery of district heating is environmentally better than the delivery of district heating from Hafslund.

For Deichmanske the need for delivery of heating and cooling energy will be relatively constant throughout the lifetime of the building, provided the building is not used for anything other than library activity.

For Munch the need for delivery of heating and cooling energy will also be relatively constant throughout the lifetime of the building, provided the building is not used for anything other than museum activity.

The general environmental follow up program (OMOP) for the development in Bjørvika has the following goals for the energy supply: The energy requirement should as far as possible be covered by renewable sources, primarily based on the use of sea water.

New Deichmanske main library.

The City Council undertook on 06.03.2013, case 72/13, to construct the new Deichmanske main library in Bjørvika. It is based on the winner concept ‘Diagonal’ from the planning and design competition in 2008/2009. The new Deichmanske main library will be the most environmentally friendly cultural building in Norway, and is designed with a passive house level. The building structure, facade, material selection, lighting and climate installations are planned for optimal energy efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. The project is a prototype in the FutureBuilt program and has received a pledge of support from Enova SF for passive house initiatives and new environmental technology.

Newt Munch museum.

The City Council undertook 5.6.2013, case 178/13, that:

1. The alternative Lambda in Bjørvika is adopted as a concept for the new Munch museum.

2. The City Council request as soon as possible, proposals for the zoning plan for the new Munch museum based on the Lambda concept on area B5 in Bjørvika.

3. The Munch museum shall be built by the public sector and owned by the public

With a possible future organisation such as incorporation the public shall appoint the members of the board.

4. From 2014 the Munch museum was given economic manoeuvrability to make the necessary quality improvements, preservation and improvements to the new building. This is in addition to the project management and staff for the construction project.

5. The City Council requests to work in the economic consequences of realisation of the new Munch museum and preparations for moving in the budget proposal for 2014 and the economy plan 2014-2018.

The project is a prototype in the FutureBuilt program and support from Enova SF is planned for passive house initiatives and new environmental technology and the building shall be designed and constructed with passive house level. The building's structure, facade, material selection, lighting and climate installations are planned for optimal energy efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Tender offer, alternative A and B.

The Contracting Authority requests that two separate tender offers are given (‘Tender A’ and ‘Tender B’). Both of the alternatives must be priced. The background for this is that the Contracting Authority can use the existing supplier of heating energy in Bjørvika to also deliver to Deichmanske main library. This cost will be part of the evaluation of price on Tender B.

If both of the alternatives (Tender A and Tender B) are not priced, this will result in rejection.

Tender A:

— Heating and cooling energy to Deichmanske main library.

— Heating and cooling energy to the Munch museum.

Tender B:

— Only cooling energy to Deichmanske main library.

— Heating and cooling energy to the Munch museum.

The Contracting Authority will select the alternative tender (either ‘Tender A’ or ‘Tender B’) that gives the lowest price.

It is not possible to submit other alternative tender offers than those described ‘Tender A’ and ‘Tender B’.

For a more detailed description of the assignment, see the requirement specification.

Also refer to the tender documentation and annexes.

A framework agreement for the delivery of new vehicles to the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate.

Norges Vassdrags- og Energidirektorat (NVE) (the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate) | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Møller Bil Øst AS
cpvs
34111000, 34136000, 34136100, 34131000, 34115200

The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate would like to enter into parallel framework agreements with a minimum of 3 suppliers of vehicles. The estimated requirement is 5 vehicles per annum. There are no maximum or minimum procurement against the framework agreement. The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate requires vehicle for the following segments: — small goods vans 4WD; — large good vans 4WD; — passenger cars, compact class (C-segment); — passenger cars, medium sized class (D segment) 4WD; — passenger cars 7-seats 4WD; — pick-up medium sized 4WD. The vehicles included in this framework agreement will mainly be leased through the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate's framework agreement supplier on leasing. The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate requests quotations for five years leasing, but shall also have option to lease the vehicles over a four year period. The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate shall also have option to procure vehicles under this framework agreement. The percentual division between leasing/procurement is estimated to 80/20.

A framework agreement for the delivery of new vehicles to the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate.

Norges Vassdrags- og Energidirektorat (NVE) (the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate) | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
cpvs
34111000

The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate wishes to enter into parallel framework agreement with minimum 3 suppliers of vehicles. The estimated requirement is five vehicles per annum. There are no maximum or minimum procurement against the framework agreement The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate requires vehicle for the following segments: small goods vans 4WD large goods vans 4WD passenger cars, compact class (C-segment) passenger cars, medium class (D segment) 4WD passenger cars, seven seats, 4WD pickups, medium sized 4WD The vehicles included in this framework agreement will mainly be leased through the Norwegian water resources and energy directorate's framework agreement supplier on leasing. The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate requests quotations for 5 years leasing, but shall also have option to lease the vehicles over a 4 year period. The Norwegian water resources and energy directorate shall also have option to procure vehicles under this framework agreement. The percentual division between leasing/procurement is estimated to 80/20 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/52137126.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Renewable energy supply and storage in sparsely populated areas — a guide for planner, and technical solution for a demonstration facility

Nordic Energy Research (Nordisk Energiforskning) | Published April 13, 2016
Winner
Cowi A/S
cpvs
71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 73220000

A report shall be delivered for concept selection for energy facilities in local communities in sparsely built areas. The facility shall use 100 % renewable energy sources. Heat pumps are to be used for heating, and electricity shall be produced from renewable and fluctuating sources. The facility shall be put together in a system that contains smart grid functions and energy storage.

The assignments consists of a general part and a specific part.

A. General part: A study that describes alternative concept solutions, and which gives the basis for assessing profitability and feasibility for these types of projects in local communities in sparsely populated areas.

B. Demonstration project: A justified concept choice (technical solution) for such an energy facility in Leirvik in Eystur kommune on the Faroe Iselands.

Further description of the delivery follows in the tender documentation point 1.4, Content of the procurement — Requirement Specification (Annex G).

Renewable energy supply and storage in sparsely populated areas, — a guide for planner, and technical solution for a demonstration facility.

Nordic Energy Research (Nordisk Energiforskning) | Published February 27, 2016  -  Deadline March 29, 2016
cpvs
71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 73220000

A report shall be delivered for concept selection for energy facilities in local communities in sparsely built areas. The facility shall use 100 % renewable energy sources. Heat pumps are to be used for heating, and electricity shall be produced from renewable and fluctuating sources. The facility shall be put together in a system that contains smart grid functions and energy storage.

The assignments consists of a general part and a specific part.

A. General part: A study that describes alternative concept solutions, and which gives the basis for assessing profitability and feasibility for these types of projects in local communities in sparsely populated areas.

B. Demonstration project: A justified concept choice (technical solution) for such an energy facility in Leirvik in Eystur kommune on the Faroe Iselands.

Further description of the delivery follows in the tender documentation point 1.4, Content of the procurement — Requirement Specification (Annex G).