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Memory study

Sachsen-Anhalt Ministerium f�r Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft | Published July 24, 2013  -  Deadline August 30, 2013
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The Ministry of Science and Economy Saxony-Anhalt writes out a study to examine the entire system of flexibility options in Saxony-Anhalt, with special consideration of the memory issue. Starting from the development of the energy industry in Saxony-Anhalt, on the basis of the energy study of the MW to existing and future flexibility options in power generation, transport and consumption in Saxony-Anhalt listed and in terms of their present and potential future contribution for an economically and systems engineering to optimize the overall system be evaluated. Reviews should be submitted for the periods 2020, 2030 and 2050. In addition to the flexibilities in production, transport and consumption side existing memory will appear in Saxony-Anhalt and are differentiated in terms of their locations and applications as well as in terms of their time and technical availability. Based on the estimated structure and the estimated demand of flexibilities in the overall system, the need for storage in Saxony-Anhalt for the periods 2020, 2030 and 2050 shall be assessed. This system stability, security and efficiency in the whole system are taken into account. Furthermore, the potential of saving in Saxony-Anhalt are to identify, evaluate and contrast the demand for saving. This is dissipative assess which requirements result in Saxony-Anhalt for memory research and development and what recommendations can be given for the energy policy framework set, so that an optimum in the overall system of flexibility options may result.

Heating equipment installation for the new senior center Henry yards.

Stadtbetriebe Siegburg AöR | Published July 30, 2013
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Kronemeyer GmbHZiegeleistraße 4Uelsen 49843
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45331000

The town of Siegburg ipc operations, Nogenter Platz 10, 53721 Siegburg intends on their property in Henry Street 53721 Siegburg the construction of a senior center with in-patient care for 80 residents from the ground floor to 2nd To perform upper floor. In the 3rd and 4 upstairs incurred a total of 11 apartments on rental basis with service. The planned new building consists of a ground floor and four upper floors. The building is a partial basement and gets a flat roof. In a separate adjacent new building a daycare center and a senior day care center to be built. The heat supply of the new building by means of a gas boiler (408 kW) with appropriate safety-related equipment. To support heating and power generation is a gas-powered combined heat and power (CHP, th = 36 kW = 18 kW el.) Planned for base load operation. The electricity generated by the CHP plant is almost exclusively used for economic reasons from the house itself. The exhaust system is performed by collection of stainless steel exhaust pipes in a well established site. In the heating are three stat. Heating circuits, a loop-floor heating, domestic hot water loop and an unregulated circuit for ventilation systems built. All heating circuits receive electronic heat meter. An attached daycare is also supplied via the central heating system of the retirement home. On a regulated supply from the boiler by means of steel pipe and plastic Fernmwärmeleitungen the heating medium is transported to daycare.

PV rooftop system Haltingen

DB Energie GmbH | Published August 9, 2013  -  Deadline September 30, 2013
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09332000

In Haltingen, Baden-Württemberg, the DB Regio AG, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, the owner of an approximately 3200 m² roof area. The site is used as a workshop. The Dachläche is suitable for the use of photovoltaic power generation. According PVGIS the sunlight is 1 400 kWh / m². The tenant is to build a photovoltaic system on your own cost and risk. He is assisted by the charges from the power supply into the power grid alone. Under this aspect, the open space is leased long term (minimum 20 years).

T86_Bartl/Mobile ventilation during the 2690 KRM rail renewal in the Frankfurter Kreuz tunnel route 2690/3656 and the tunnel route Kelsterbacher clasp.

DB Netz AG, Regionalbereich Mitte | Published August 14, 2013  -  Deadline September 23, 2013
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42520000, 45221242

1 Frankfurter Kreuz tunnel (tunnel length = 1.886m) Str.2690; 2 Kelsterbacher tunnel brace (tunnel length = 994m) including aircraft Overpass (Structure Length 215m) Str 2690; 3 Frankfurter Kreuz tunnel (tunnel length = 1,620 m) incl crossing construction (building length = 300m for 4010 Str) Str 3656 Description: the exchange of air through the ventilation tunnel to avoid damage to the health of employees by toxic gases. Scope: Supply of all required equipment and auxiliary equipment as well as accessories complete. Deliver to build, operate and remove all plants and plant parts, including power generation plants. Description, drawings and calculation details of the fans. Determine the precise installation locations with respect to the specific railway concerns. Continuous measurement and control in accordance with the actual values, documentation of air exchange. Measurement of oxygen and carbon monoxide with warning devices. The total agreed with the Engineer Logistics (road and rail). Coordination with authorities. Performance of the relevant regulations TRGS 554 The operation is carried out in close coordination with construction management. Project: DB Netz AG, Oliver Hinkelmann, Tel: +49 6,926,519,621th

Creation of a preparatory study: potential and cost-benefit analysis on the uses of combined heat and power (implementation of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive) and evaluation of the War Weapons Control Act in 2014

Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi), Referat I C 4 | Published August 29, 2013  -  Deadline September 17, 2013
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73000000

The aim of the project is the creation of a comprehensive study (completed in mid-2014) as a basis for any decisions taken by the federal government. The individual blocks are thereby build on each other and are of the / Contractor / s matched to each other. The study will comprise three parts. The first part (potential and cost-benefit analysis) refers to a comprehensive assessment of the potential for the use of cogeneration and efficient district heating and cooling supply in Germany in accordance with Article 14, paragraph 1 and Annex VIII, and prepare a cost-benefit analysis accordance with Article 14, paragraph 3 and Annex IX, Part 1 of the Directive (2012/27/EU). In the second part, the possible role of cogeneration in the future electricity and heat supply system is to be presented on the basis of the potential and cost-benefit analysis. The third part of the study is based on the results of the other two parts of the interim evaluation of the War Weapons Control Act (§ 12 CHP Act) performed (in the share of electricity from CHP of total power generation, development of the cost of the CHP assessment, evaluation of the amount of Supplements the KWKG, etc.).

PV rooftop system Conc

DB Energie GmbH | Published October 1, 2013  -  Deadline November 17, 2013
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09332000

Konz, Rhineland-Palatinate, DB Netz AG, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, the owner of a 2592 m² roof area. The site is used as a bridge bearings. The Dachläche is suitable for the use of photovoltaic power generation. The bidder shall build a photovoltaic system on your own cost and risk. He is assisted by the charges from the power supply into the power grid alone. From this point of the roof surface is long-term lease (minimum 20 years).

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi), Referat I C 4 | Published October 10, 2013
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Prognos AGHenric Petri-Straße 9Basel 4010
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73000000

The transformation of the energy system comprises a wide range of power generation and energy efficiency of buildings through to electric mobility. In all these areas will require significant investment. The investment costs are compared to others future savings in energy consumption. Moreover, the transformation of the energy system opens up technological opportunities as a business location and exporting nation. A sound understanding of the costs and benefits of energy policy and the opportunities and risks, and announced in the first monitoring report of the federal government macroeconomic assessment of the effects of the energy revolution as an integral part of the upcoming, first progress report require a robust scientific analysis of the macroeconomic effects of the energy transition . The aim of the project is to identify the macroeconomic effects of energy policy in the years 2010 to 2013 (ex post analysis), to quantify and to be netted. In addition to an Outlook 2020 (ex ante analysis) are made. This introduction will provide an overview of approaches, key assumptions and results of the scientific work are given, which are already on the issue. By means of model calculations is finally the actual situation (with a pre-applied energy transition) with a counterfactual situation (reference scenario "without energy change") and compared to additional macroeconomic costs and benefits are designated to be allocated to the program of measures of the energy transition. While the existing methodological problems of separation policy developments driven by an autonomous development should be addressed.

Construction of an agricultural training center LBZ Echem cattle and pig farming system - precast concrete building with central power generators.

Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen | Published October 26, 2013
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Ernst Elley GmbH & Co. KGZinnhütte 2-4Tostedt 21255
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45213240

Precast concrete building with central power generators.

Future provision of reactive power and other measures on network security.

Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit (BMU) | Published November 7, 2013  -  Deadline January 13, 2014
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73200000

Under the contract, an assessment should be made about what new challenges for secure network operations through the projected expansion of renewable energies and by the simultaneous dismantling of conventional power plants emerge. It should be considered how these challenges is to meet. An emphasis should be placed on the provision of reactive power, which is to distinguish between the requirements in distribution and the requirements in the transmission network. It is to work out whether the potential of existing technologies are used cost effectively today, and how their cost-effective use can be ensured under the changing conditions of the future. In particular, to investigate whether cost efficiencies could be achieved through a more transparent and more market-based procurement of reactive power, and what incentives would be put to reduce the time required to provision of minimum reactive power generation of conventional power plants. As part of the service contract 5 work packages are to be processed: - reactive power in the transmission system, - reactive power in the distribution network, - new challenges for network security, - ad hoc advice and current opinions, - workshops and meetings.

Mobile mechanical ventilation during the rail renewal in Niederhausener tunnel, tunnel Limburger and Oak Dieke Scheid tunnels and Long-Issel tunnel. KRM line 2690.

DB Netz AG, Regionalbereich Mitte | Published November 8, 2013  -  Deadline January 3, 2014
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42520000, 45221242

Exchange of air through the ventilation tunnel to avoid damage to health of employees by toxic gases. Scope: Supply of all required equipment and auxiliary equipment as well as accessories complete. Deliver to build, operate and remove all plants and plant parts, including power generation plants. Description, drawings and calculation details of the fans. Determine the precise installation locations with respect to the specific railway concerns. Continuous measurement and control in accordance with the actual values, documentation of air exchange. Measurement of oxygen and carbon monoxide with warning devices. The total agreed with the Engineer Logistics (road and rail). Coordination with authorities. Performance of the relevant regulations TRGS 554 The operation is carried out in close coordination with construction management. Project: DB Netz AG, Oliver Hinkelmann, Tel: +49 6,926,519,621th

GHKW Kiel - tender engines and systems engineering.

Stadtwerke Kiel AG | Published November 13, 2013  -  Deadline December 15, 2013
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45251220

To secure the supply of district heating Kiel SWK intends a fast and a lot bootable gas plant with a thermal output of up to 200 MW to build. The power plant will be equipped with up to 20 gas engines, each with 10 MW of electrical power (+ / -1 MW). In order to utilize the heat produced during power generation even in periods of low heat demand as possible, a heat storage is used with a volume of approximately 30,000 m³. The decoupling of heat and electricity market, the new plant can be used in accordance with applicable respectively on day-ahead or spot market electricity and natural gas prices improved. The required flexibility is achieved by a design for very frequent and quick starts. Even with plant shutdowns, the power plant to provide secondary control should be ready for the electricity market. If the registered secondary control energy retrieved by the relevant network operator, the performance of the system must be provided within 5 minutes even at a standstill. Part of the tender "engines and systems engineering" is the creation of detailed planning, approval planning, supply, erection and commissioning of the above-mentioned power plant. Furthermore, coupled a service and maintenance contract at the conclusion of the planning and delivery of the power plant contract. The tender "engines and systems engineering" includes: - Power plant buildings (up to 4 building blocks for each 5 motors and pumps Hall) - Necessary outbuildings, such as workshop building, spare parts, air buildings, control center building, fuel storage, - engine technology (motors with auxiliary systems such example Coolers , lubricating oil and compressed air systems) - Total plant engineering (process engineering, especially district heating involvement with enclosed heat storage, including large electrical transformers, control, TGA, etc.), - foundation work (including piling).

Supply the MBA Südniedersachsen with electrical energy.

Abfallzweckverband Südniedersachsen | Published November 22, 2013  -  Deadline January 14, 2014
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09310000, 65310000

The waste disposal association operates a mechanical-biological treatment plant at the site in Deiderode (MBA Südniedersachsen). The subject of this procurement procedure is the full power of the MBA southern Lower Saxony. Object is the supply of electricity including power usage (All inclusive contract). It should be noted that the waste disposal association has its own power generation plant.

PV rooftop system Herbolzheim.

DB Energie GmbH | Published December 5, 2013  -  Deadline January 16, 2014
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09332000

In Herbolzheim, Baden-Württemberg, DB Netz AG, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, the owner of a 2863 m² roof area. The site is used as a warehouse. The Dachläche is suitable for the use of photovoltaic power generation. The bidder shall build a photovoltaic system at its own expense and risk. He is assisted by the charges from the power supply into the power grid to alone. From this point of the roof surface is long-term lease (minimum 20 years).

Protective measures against fire and earthquake retrofitting of the Goethe Institute (GI) in Thessaloniki Vassilissis Olgas, 54642 Thessaloniki, Greece Power: general planning services.

Bundesrepublik Deutschland, vertreten durch das Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung (BBR) | Published December 5, 2013  -  Deadline January 8, 2014
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71240000

History: The Goethe Institute Thessaloniki, founded in 1955 consists of 3 buildings located on a plot with east west orientation. The floor plan is roughly equivalent to a T with short ridges and consists of two different lengths of rectangles. The property is bordered on three sides directly to roads. The 3 buildings have been built in different years. Building A: 1930 Building B: 1919 Building C1: 1985 Building Part C2: 1920 In the wake of the fire restoration and earthquake retrofitting of the building 2 is to be performed. Fire restoration: - installation of a fire escape, - upgrading existing doors and installation of new T 30 RS doors; - Fireproof partitioning of the cable bushings, - production of additional outputs; - Installation of fire-retardant and smoke-proof closures; - Installation security lighting. Seismic retrofitting - For Building A and B an outside jacket of reinforced concrete is provided. - For the part of the building C2 an outside reinforcement of the exterior walls is provided by shotcrete. - The structures of the building components C1 and C2 are to be interconnected. Project duration: about 25 Months Project Cost: EUR 2.6 million

GHKW Kiel - Tender heat storage.

Stadtwerke Kiel AG | Published December 6, 2013  -  Deadline January 9, 2014
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44610000

To secure the supply of district heating Kiel SWK intends a fast and a lot bootable gas plant with a thermal output of up to 200 MW erect. The power plant will be equipped with up to 20 gas engines. To take advantage of the emerging during power generation even in periods of low heat demand in the best possible, a heat storage is used with a volume of 30 000 cubic meters. The decoupling of heat and electricity market, the new plant can be used in accordance with applicable respectively on day-ahead or spot market electricity and natural gas prices improved. Part of the tender "heat storage" is the design, supply, assembly, filling and sealing sample as well as involvement in the commissioning of a heat accumulator. The tender "heat storage" includes inter alia the following: - pile foundation - soil plate - heat storage - Upholstery steam plant, - Insulation - Instrumentation, - shut-off valves, - return lines - stairway. The heat storage has to be provided include the following properties for: - Construction: Modified 2 zone memory without thermal use upper zone - Volume: 30 000 m³, - temperature: 60-115 ° C (lower zone), 60-98 ° C (upper zone) - Medium: district heating water.

Electrical services

Bundesamt für Ausrüstung, Inforamtionstechnik und Nutzung der Bundeswehr (BAAINBw) | Published January 3, 2014
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MTU Friedrichshafen GmbHMaybachplatz 1Friedrichshafen 88045 tobias.schiffmann@mtu-online.com +49 7541908775 www.mtu-online.com+49 754190908775
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71314100

Manufacture, supply and commissioning of a power generation unit (SEA) for the ship's equipment shore facility.

Sewage treatment plant Erlangen - Construction of a new energy center.

Entwässerungsbetrieb der Stadt Erlangen (EBE) | Published January 22, 2014
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Ingenieurbüro MillerKieslingstraße 78Nürnberg 90491 miller@ibmiller.de +49 911519900 www.ibmiller.de+49 9115199080
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71322000, 71321000

Object and technical plans for the new construction of an energy center with renewal of combined heat and power plant, ORC system for waste heat power generation and new energy distribution, as well as establishment of the Central control room and social rooms.

Scientific analysis and dialogue projects for the coupling of electric mobility of electricity from renewable energy sources.

Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit | Published February 1, 2014
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Öko-Institut e. V.
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73200000

To realize the mitigation potential of electric vehicles, the federal government has issued in accordance with the National Platform for Electric Mobility (NPE) that additional power is to be used from renewable sources for the operation of the vehicles. By providing additional EE the claim by CO2 reduction and marketability of vehicles can best be met. For providing additional EE mainly talk credibility with the buyers of electric vehicles and the associated positive rating by public and multipliers as well as the unambiguous filing of the CO2 benefit. The aim of the project is to one (1) to analyze whether and to what extent the operation of electric vehicles additional RES-E is used and on the other (2) the development of recommendations for an appropriate fulfillment of the government program electromobility and in the second NPE report formulated above claim through the development and evaluation of various conceivable models. The recommendations should be developed and coordinated in the context of a stakeholder dialogue involving the relevant stakeholders. For (1) to capture this, the extent to which automobile manufacturers or third parties, invest in renewable energy plants, for which no EEG support is claimed and credited these investments for the CO2 balance of electric vehicles. Furthermore, to capture the extent to which users of electric vehicles use electricity deals (also according to outside EEG) cause an erection of additional renewable energy systems, and to what extent the construction of new facilities completed. In addition, to be determined to what extent additional RES-E for the operation of electric vehicles can be utilized by the speed regulation of renewable energy plants is avoided by intelligent charging management. To determine the EE Einspeisepotenzials by load control a simulation of demand behavior and power generation using a current market model is expected to be required. This should take place by 2030 a realistic simulation possible. For (2) it is expected that the recommendations to the claim of a climate-friendly electric mobility by coupling of electricity from renewable sources are preferably practical needs. Recitals should also comprise feasibility and costs. Important is the development of different options (and possibly a bundle), showing the respective advantages and disadvantages, including in terms of efficacy and verifiable cost distribution. The recommendations should this be developed as part of a continuously accompanying stakeholder dialogue, through experiences and perspectives of stakeholders are involved. The inclusion of stakeholders is also to ensure that contacting processes - are covered - for example, discussion processes within the NPE. The relevant stakeholders include at least the car manufacturers, energy suppliers and electricity suppliers and consumer and environmental organizations.

Light rail station, State Gallery - Conversion of power generation plants.

Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG | Published February 12, 2014  -  Deadline March 11, 2014
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31600000, 31500000, 31300000, 31200000

Conversion of electrical power to the stop state gallery.

Turnkey construction of a biogas plant to generate electricity through cogeneration and feed-in Schwedt.

GASAG Bio-Erdgas Schwedt GmbH | Published March 5, 2014
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Agraferm Technologies AG Pfaffenhofen/IlmFärberstraße 7Pfaffenhofen/Ilm 85276
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65210000

The client is planning to build a biogas plant with power generation through cogeneration and feed-in Schwedt / Oder (BGA Schwedt II). In the complex renewable resources (corn silage, grass silage and sugar beet) and cattle manure to be fermented into biogas. The biogas is then to EN Standard form 05 - converted to electricity utilities 4/16 by CHP and the electricity generated will be fed - Contract notice. The necessary for plant operation need for process heat (HT) in the BGA Schwedt I is to be provided by the two to be built cogeneration plants (CHP). The Contractor shall be responsible for the heat-technical connection of BGA I Schwedt. Per hour, about 1 000 Nm ³ biogas to be produced in the plant. The Contractor shall provide all textual, tabular and graphic documents required for an amendment to the existing BImSchGGenehmigung as part of his order (permit applications).