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Turbine installations

Maersk Olie og Gas A/S | Published November 28, 2017
Winner
Nuovo Pignone Intl. S.R.L
cpvs
42112000, 42112300

The Specification sets forth requirements for the design, manufacture, testing, documentation and certification of gas turbine driven main power generator units (package).(3 off).

The PACKAGE shall be dry low NOx dual-fuel Gas Turbine driven generators with minimum 60MW electrical power at ISO conditions as 100 % load.

Configuration/Duty will be:

3 x 50 % (2 running/1 stand-by) with minimum 30MWe per Power Generation package COMPANY will install a Power Management System capable of sharing both the active and reactive effect between the running generators including the emergency generators.

The power management will handle all synchronisation of the generator circuit breakers as well as de-loading and disconnection.

The PACKAGE will supply main power to the platform complex through connection to main 11KV switchgear.

Emergency Generators/power will be delivered separately and is not part of this technical specification.

Key figures for the three (3) identical generators are:

— Generator. 11kV, 50Hz

— Fuel. Natural gas and/or marine diesel.

Administration of energy 2014 / S 232-409800

Energinet.dk | Published December 2, 2014
cpvs
71314200

Managing energy Energinet.dk is legally imposed balance responsibility for certain wind turbines, other renewable energy power generation plants and decentralized CHP. This task would Energinet.dk to subcontract with effect from 09.01.2015. Energinet.dk has prepared a draft specification that we want potential bidders comments before the final contract documents defined.

Tjenester vedrørende økonomisk hjælp til udlandet 2015/S 248-452016

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
cpvs
75211200, 71311000, 71313000, 71314000, 71510000, 71521000, 71541000

Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation, fields in which Denmark has substantial experience. ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas, with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, KLHK, and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, ESDM, as primary implementing partners. A large part of the programme will be implemented in Central Java Province. ESP3 is administered through the National Coordinating Unit (NCU) in Jakarta and the Provincial Coordinating Unit (PCU) in Semarang, Central Java province, in close cooperation with coordinating and implementing partner Focal Points in provincial environment and energy agencies respectively. Overall contract administration will go through the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE) and/or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen (MFA) (contract signing and payment). The RDE and/or MFA are ‘the client’. Within the framework of ESP3 4-6 environment and sustainable energy pilot projects are envisaged requiring assistance from a qualified engineering entity for design, tendering and supervision of the implementation. Examples of such pilot projects could be the following: — Electricity production via gas engine based on gas from landfill; — Encapsulating land polluted by metal smelting; — Solar power generation (Solar PV, Diesel back-up and battery storage); — Treating wastewater from batik textile production; — Treating wastewater and solids from palm starch production; — Production of Refuse-derived fuel. The services by the engineering entity could include: — Design review; — Tender design; — Tender documents for one or more contractors following FIDIC Yellow Book; — The entire tender process including formation of contract(s) with the successful tender(s); — Supervision of the implementation as FIDIC Engineer. The engineering entity shall make available qualified experts in all relevant fields of engineering and project administration. The working language will be English. Indonesian language shall be mastered for all relevant engineering disciplines.

Consultancy Services for Design, Tendering and Supervision of Works according to FIDIC of environment and sustainable energy pilot projects, Indonesia

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published September 9, 2016
Winner
COWI A/S
cpvs

Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation, fields in which Denmark has substantial experience.

ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas, with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, KLHK, and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, ESDM, as primary implementing partners. A large part of the programme will be implemented in Central Java Province. ESP3 is administered through the National Coordinating Unit (NCU) in Jakarta and the Provincial Coordinating Unit (PCU) in Semarang, Central Java province, in close cooperation with coordinating and implementing partner Focal Points in provincial environment and energy agencies respectively. Overall contract administration will go through the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE) and/or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen (MFA) (contract signing and payment). The RDE and/or MFA are ‘the client’.

Within the framework of ESP3 5 environment and sustainable energy pilot projects are envisaged requiring assistance from a qualified engineering entity for design, tendering and supervision of the implementation.

The following pilot projects have been approved for implementation:

— Electricity production via gas engine based on gas from landfill

— Encapsulating land polluted by metal smelting

— Solar power generation (Solar PV, Diesel back-up and battery storage)

— Treating Wastewater and solids from palm starch production

— Production of Refuse-derived fuel

The services by the engineering entity could include:

— Design review

— Tender design

— Tender documents for one or more contractors following FIDIC Yellow Book

— The entire tender process including formation of contract(s) with the successful tender(s)

— Supervision of the implementation as FIDIC Engineer

The engineering entity shall make available qualified experts in all relevant fields of engineering and project administration.

The working language will be English. Indonesian language shall be mastered for all relevant enigineering disciplines.

Consultancy Services for Design, Tendering and Supervision of Works according to FIDIC of environment and sustainable energy pilot projects, Indonesia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
cpvs
75211200, 71510000, 71311000, 71313000, 71314000, 71521000, 71541000

Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation, fields in which Denmark has substantial experience.

ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas, with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, KLHK, and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, ESDM, as primary implementing partners. A large part of the programme will be implemented in Central Java Province. ESP3 is administered through the National Coordinating Unit (NCU) in Jakarta and the Provincial Coordinating Unit (PCU) in Semarang, Central Java province, in close cooperation with coordinating and implementing partner Focal Points in provincial environment and energy agencies respectively. Overall contract administration will go through the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE) and/or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen (MFA) (contract signing and payment). The RDE and/or MFA are ‘the client’.

Within the framework of ESP3 4-6 environment and sustainable energy pilot projects are envisaged requiring assistance from a qualified engineering entity for design, tendering and supervision of the implementation.

Examples of such pilot projects could be the following:

— Electricity production via gas engine based on gas from landfill;

— Encapsulating land polluted by metal smelting;

— Solar power generation (Solar PV, Diesel back-up and battery storage);

— Treating wastewater from batik textile production;

— Treating wastewater and solids from palm starch production;

— Production of Refuse-derived fuel.

The services by the engineering entity could include:

— Design review;

— Tender design;

— Tender documents for one or more contractors following FIDIC Yellow Book;

— The entire tender process including formation of contract(s) with the successful tender(s);

— Supervision of the implementation as FIDIC Engineer.

The engineering entity shall make available qualified experts in all relevant fields of engineering and project administration.

The working language will be English. Indonesian language shall be mastered for all relevant engineering disciplines.

Produkter fra landbrug, husdyrbrug, fiskeri og skovbrug samt lignende produkter 2015/S 243-442572

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
03000000, 09000000, 14000000, 15000000, 16000000, 18000000, 19000000, 22000000, 24000000, 30000000, 31000000, 32000000, 33000000, 34000000, 35000000, 37000000, 38000000, 39000000, 41000000, 42000000, 43000000, 44000000, 48000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419839. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom; This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany. The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be adressed to windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH; Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Pre-qualification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

Bygge- og anlægsarbejder 2015/S 243-442477

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
45000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419764. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom; This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany. The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be adressed to: windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH; Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Pre-qualification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

Reparations- og vedligeholdelsestjenester 2015/S 243-442662

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 51000000, 55000000, 60000000, 63000000, 64000000, 65000000, 66000000, 70000000, 71000000, 72000000, 73000000, 75000000, 76000000, 77000000, 79000000, 80000000, 85000000, 90000000, 92000000, 98000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419923. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom. This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany within the The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be addressed to windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH. Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Prequalification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

DNV- Gødstrup. E1,2,3-DP11-E03 Building Automation. Framework agreement, functional tender.

Region Midtjylland, Hospitalsenheden Vest, DNV-Gødstrup | Published December 17, 2014  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
cpvs
45200000, 45215140, 45300000, 45310000, 45315600

In connection with the construction of DNV Gødstrup be offered work for special installations in a number of independent supply. Prequalification and tendering is expected to take between 4 kv. 2014 2. kv. 2015. The building will be constructed in three stages: Stage 1 represents approximately 104,500 m² gross floor area somatic hospital construction. Stage 2 represents about 15 000 m² gross floor area psychiatric hospital construction. Stage 3 represents about 30 000 m² gross floor area somatic hospital construction and about 8,000 m² gross floor area service town incl. equipment cabinets. This contract tender covers only affected the supply E1,2,3-DP11-E03 and covers building automation throughout Stage 1 and framework for the establishment of building automation in Stage 2 and Stage 3. The contract is offered as a function of supply. There exists at the tender alone project material for stage 1. The contract for Phase 1 consists essentially of complete BMS, BMS and BMS system for control and monitoring of all technical systems, including plumbing, cooling and ventilation, monitoring various technical and medical technology equipment, monitoring of power generation and distribution systems, elevators and other logistical equipment, rumstyringer for lighting, heating, ventilation and blinds. Furthermore, connection to alarm and monitoring systems. Establishment of complete surveillance center for the above facilities. In all three stages performed the contract in parallel with the other interior work on, which is currently expected to start at the flurry place in December 2015. Delivery is expected to be: in September 2017 for Stage 1 January 2019 for Stage 2 and March 2019 for stage 3 . The final execution time for stage 1 is established in connection with the offering. By bidding priced Stage 1, while stage 2 and 3 are priced based on the bid submitted by unit prices, when the project documents for this exists.

Sellihca.

Achilles Systems AS på vegne af nordiske energiselskaber opført i Del VI.2 | Published April 3, 2012
cpvs
03000000, 09000000, 14000000, 15000000, 16000000, 18000000, 19000000, 22000000, 24000000, 30000000, 31000000, 32000000, 33000000, 34000000, 35000000, 37000000, 38000000, 39000000, 41000000, 42000000, 43000000, 44000000, 48000000

Sellihca er et kvalifikationssystem for leverandører til forsyningsvirksomheder, der opererer inden for produktion, transmission og distribution af el-kraft, fjernvarme/køling og vandforsyning samt associerede ydelser. Sellihca er blevet etableret som et branchespecifikt kvalifikationssystem med det formål at reducere omkostninger og administrative rutiner for såvel indkøbere som leverandører samt sikre, at alle leverandørers ansøgninger om kvalifikation bliver behandlet retfærdigt og ensartet af de forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca. De forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca, fremgår af http://www.achilles.com/Documents/Scheme%20Documents/Nordics/Sellihca/Sellihca_refliste.pdf . Ved optagelse af nye forsyningsvirksomheder på kvalifikationssystemet offentliggøres desuden en ny udbudsbekendtgørelse. De abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder anvender kvalifikationssystemet for indkøb underlagt EU's direktiver, men forbeholder sig ret til at publicere individuelle udbudsbekendtgørelser for specifikke behov, hvis de skønner det nødvendigt, selvom behovet er knyttet til vare- og tjenesteydelseskategorier, som er dækket af Sellihca. Kvalifikationssystemet kan efter behov desuden anvendes af de abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder til indkøb, der ikke er underlagt EU's direktiver. Tilsvarende kan de forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca, anvende Sellihca til at identificere leverandører, tjenesteydere og entreprenører til operationer uden for EU. Denne bekendtgørelse vedrører kvalifikationssystemet for følgende hovedydelser: 1 0 0 Products & Materials 1 1 0 Hydro-Electric Power Production Equipment 1 2 0 Wind Power Production Equipment 1 4 0 Heat and Cooling Production Equipment 1 5 0 Nuclear and Reactor Plant and Equipment 1 6 0 Gas / Fuel Power Production Equipment (Gas and Steam Turbines) 1 8 0 Hatches / Grids / Gates 1 9 0 Pumps and Compressors 1 10 0 Valves and Accessories 1 11 0 Pipes, Hoses, Filters, Gaskets etc. 1 12 0 Generators 1 13 0 Transformers 1 14 0 Tower Structures / Poles and Accessories (incl. Overhead Line Conductors) 1 15 0 Cables, Conductors, Cabinets and Accessories 1 16 0 SF-6 Systems and Accessories 1 17 0 High Voltage Equipment and Materials incl. Switches (>=1000V AC / 1500V DC) 1 18 0 Low Voltage Equipment and Materials incl. Switches (<1000v 0 1 19 20 21 22 ac 1500v dc) relay protection units control stations -systems network information systems metering and instrumentation equipment batteries, emergency Power Generation and UPS 1 23 0 Building / Civil Construction Materials 1 24 0 Heating / Ventilation / Air Conditioning (HVAC) 1 25 0 Safety / Security / Fire Fighting Equipment 1 26 0 Transport and Material Handling Equipment 1 27 0 Workshop Equipment and Materials 1 28 0 Tools / Handtools 1 29 0 Transmissions and Hydraulic / Pneumatic Packages 1 30 0 Tanks / Vessels / Columns etc. 1 31 0 Chemicals / Oils / Gases / Paints 1 32 0 Environmental Equipment / Products 1 33 0 Office Materials and Equipment 1 34 0 Computer and Telecommunication Equipment incl. Software 1 99 0 Other Products and Materials En fuldstændig oversigt over de ydelser, der kan indkøbes gennem kvalifikationssystemet, fremgår af http://www.achilles.com/Documents/Scheme%20Documents/Nordics/Sellihca/CategoryOverview.pdf . Kvalifikationsprocessen kan bestå af flere trin, hvor kvalifikation gennem Sellihca er fælles for alle de abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder, mens efterfølgende trin kan tillægges den enkelte forsyningsvirksomhed efter behov. Således har nogle af forsyningsvirksomhederne etableret skærpede krav til kvalifikation, herunder krav vedrørende personalets sprogkundskaber og generelle kompetencer, forsikring etc. Såfremt den abonnerende forsyningsvirksomhed finder den tilgængelige information efter den indledende kvalifikation utilstrækkelig til at udvælge tilbudsgivere, kan en anmodning om yderligere information sendes til de allerede kvalificerede leverandører. De abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheders udvælgelse af tilbudsgivere sker således med udgangspunkt i de leverandører, entreprenører og tjenesteydere, der har gennemført den fælles kvalifikation inden for den efterspurgte ydelse uden yderligere offentliggørelse af en bekendtgørelse i supplement til Den Europæiske Unions Tidende.

Script for large heat pump projects in the district heating system

Energistyrelsen | Published March 11, 2014  -  Deadline April 7, 2014
cpvs
71300000

A broad majority in parliament want to ensure that Danish society by making energy and transport system independent of fossil fuels by 2050. This means that the existing nergiinfrastuktur be rethought in relation to a new energy mix, while meeting the need for a stable supply are protected. District heating, which supplies around. 2/3 of Danish households with heat, is a key sector in the Danish energy supply, which can thus play an important role in a future where fossil fuels are phased out. With the increased electrification of the energy system, it is obvious that the district heating sector utilizes large heat pumps for the production of heat. However, this is a relatively new idea, which has only been implemented and tested on a small scale and primarily through demonstration projects. In the Energy Policy Agreement of 22 March 2012 set aside 35 million. DKK to promote new renewable energy technology in district heating (geothermal heat storage and large heat pumps, etc..). This document includes a description of the job offered in this pool. Script and inspiration catalog for projects with large heat pumps in the future energy infrastructure in Denmark, an increasing share of fluctuating power generation from renewable sources such as wind turbines and solar cells integrated. At the same time a relatively large proportion of the coal-fired power / heat phased out. The conversion of electricity into heat by heat pumps and heat storage in district heating systems can be part of future solutions that are part of the green transition. The development of these technologies is only just beginning, and only relatively few demonstration plants are established in Denmark and abroad. The DEA was in 2013 drafted a discussion on heat storage technologies and large heat pumps for use in district heating systems (November 2013), available at DEA's website: http://www.ens.dk/undergrund-forsyning/el-naturgas-varmeforsyning/forsyning-varme/fjernvarme/analyse-fremtidens The report aimed to develop a comprehensive collection of experience with the estab-lished plants within the kettles, large heat pumps and storage technologies for district heating. The report also supplies an assessment of the development potential and an assessment of future technical and economic potential of the technologies. In addition, the analysis, one potential study where an overall assessment of the potential for the establishment of large heat storage and heat source for heat pumps is made. Finally performed model calculations for the establishment of heat pumps for natural gas-fired cogeneration and biomass-fired district heating plants, as well as calculations for the establishment of large heat storage and solar heating by natural gas-fired power plants. In short, the mapping of existing heat pumps that most established electric-powered heat pumps using internal heat sources (primarily flue gas). However, this is changing. There are established two heat pumps with external heat sources (from industrial waste heat and waste water) and additional facilities using seawater, wastewater and groundwater is coming. In addition there is established about. 20 heat driven heat pumps. The potential for heat source for heat pumps are outlined and tried calculated for seawater, fresh water, waste heat from industries, wastewater, groundwater and long-term heat storage. The statement is based, inter alia, on a review of groundwater and conservation conditions for 432 district heating plants, but still depends ultimately on an estimate.
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