Enova wishes to engage an external service provider who can conduct technical third-party verification of applications for some of Enova's support programmes for renewable energy projects. Enova will take care of all executive works but wishes to use the selected provider to quality assure the technical basis for the assessment of applications.
Enova has different programs for support to renewable energy projects, and requests access to an external third-party verification for the following support programmes:
— District heating
— Support for Energy Efficiency measures in the industry.
— Support for Energy Efficiency measures in various plants.
— Support for introduction of new technologies
— Support for new energy and climate technologies in the industry
The expected scope of the third party verification is approx. 130 applications per annum and the expected time spent on performing a complete technical third party verification will in average be approx. 6 hours per application. The assignment will also include a small amount of status and clarification meetings with Enova, or possibly with the applicant. The applications will be divided differently during the year and the selected Provider must therefore show flexibility in relation to the varying workload of the assignment.
A seawater inlet with a wet well at the waterside. The existing air-based heat pumps and 2 oil boiler shall be demolished in the heating plant at Sistranda and seawater switcher and a new fluid-water heat pump shall be installed. Building engineering auxiliary works and necessary expansion of the Central Control Plant is also included in the contract. A new electric boiler shall be installed and the capacity on the power inlet must be expanded. The transformer must i.a. be replaced.
In connection with the project INDEE, NTNU plans to procure energy efficient and environmentally friendly refrigeration and climate installation (AC) systems for supermarkets and associated office buildings in India. Energy efficient and integrated cooling and AC systems (for which INDEE is the first pilot) based on the natural working media CO2, adapted to the climatic conditions in India, will be executed in a university laboratory.
It will be built seawater intake with sump beachfront. In the heating plant Sistranda school shall be described existing air source heat pumps and two oil-fired boilers and it will be installed seawater changer and new liquid-water heat pump. Building Technical aid worker and necessary extension of BMS included. There will also be installed new electric boiler and capacity of the power consumption must be expanded, inter alia, must transformer replaced.
In connection with the project Inde, plan NTNU acquiring energy efficient and environmentally friendly refrigeration and air conditioning (AC) systems for supermarkets and associated offices in India. Energy efficient and integrated cooling and AC systems (which Indee is the first pilot) based on natural working fluid CO2, adapted to the climatic conditions in India, will be conducted in a university laboratory.
Enova wants to recruit an external actor that can make technical third-party verification of applications within each of Enova's support program for renewable heat projects. Enova is in charge of all proceedings, but wants to use the chosen service provider to ensure the quality the technical basis for the assessment of applications.
Enova has implemented various programs supporting renewable heating projects, and wants access to external third party verification in the following support programs:
• District heating
• Support for energy measures in industry
• support for energy initiatives in various plants
• Support for the introduction of new technology
• Support for new energy and climate technology in the industry
The expected completion of the third party verification of ca. 130 applications per year and that the time spent on performing a complete technical third party verification on average will be about 6 hours per application. In addition, in connection with the mission expected a smaller number of status and clarification meetings with Enova, optionally together with the applicant. Applications will be distributed differently over the year and chosen supplier must be able to exercise flexibility with respect to capacity to varying workload on assignment.