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Environmental, Social and Human Rights Due Diligence and Related Services.

Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) | Published June 6, 2014
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90713000, 71313440, 71313450, 90711400, 90711500, 90714000, 71241000, 71313410, 90711100

Environmental issues consultancy services. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) services for construction. Environmental monitoring for construction. Environmental Impact Assessment EIA services other than for construction. Environmental monitoring other than for construction. Environmental auditing. Feasibility study, advisory service, analysis. Risk or hazard assessment for construction. Risk or hazard assessment other than for construction. Provision of consultants, as and when required by ECGD, to perform environmental, social and human rights due diligence against International Standards on projects for which ECGD support has been requested. Projects could be in a variety of business sectors but predominantly involve oil and gas, petrochemicals, liquefied natural gas, infrastructure, power generation and waste management sectors.

repair and maintenance services of building installations

The University of West London | Published October 25, 2012
Winner
Graham Asset Management Ltd 5 Ballygowan Road, Co Down BT26 6HT Hillborough UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: louise.kadlecikova@graham.co.uk
cpvs
50700000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the Specification of Requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating Systems, — Ventilation and Air-conditioning, — Control, Energy and Building Management Systems, — Domestic Hot and Cold Water services, — Emergency Power Generation, — Fire Fighting & Suppression Systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella Risk Management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 Year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, Minor Works and Minor Maintenance Works, — Management of Health and Safety, — Operating and Planned Preventative Maintenance Services, — Maintenance Surveys.

Planned preventative maintenance and responsive repairs.

The University of West London | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 50720000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the specification of requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating systems, — Ventilation and air-conditioning, — Control, energy and building management systems, — Domestic hot and cold water services, — Emergency power generation, — Fire fighting & suppression systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella risk management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, minor works and minor maintenance works, — Management of health and safety, — Operating and planned preventative maintenance services, — Maintenance surveys.

Planned preventative maintenance and responsive repairs.

The University of West London | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
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50700000, 50710000, 50711000, 50712000, 50720000

Certain maintenance, repairs, alterations and minor works to meet the specification of requirements, including the provision of 24-hour emergency cover, in respect of some or all of the following services: — Heating systems, — Ventilation and air-conditioning, — Control, energy and building management systems, — Domestic hot and cold water services, — Emergency power generation, — Fire fighting & suppression systems, — Lightning protection, — Legionella risk management, — Portable appliance testing (PAT), — 5 year periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations (where this falls due within the contract period), — Emergency lighting and controls, — Electrical works in connection with mechanical services, — Repairs, minor works and minor maintenance works, — Management of health and safety, — Operating and planned preventative maintenance services, — Maintenance surveys.

1MW Gearbox for Test Rig

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult | Published August 14, 2017  -  Deadline September 6, 2017
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343210, 343212, 420000

ORE Catapult’s 1MW Drive Train Facility has been designed to perform accelerated lifetime testing of integrated turbine nacelle systems and the individual drive train components of prototype tidal power generation devices up to 1MW. It has been designed to simulate the environmental (rotational)...opers before full demonstration and deployment at sea. The current configuration of the test rig incorporates a 300kW gearbox which is now too small for the next testing project. Therefore, ORE Catapult have a requirement for a replacement reducer gearbox that can transfer up to 1MW power range.

FS131008 Consumer Habits Research around Radiological Sites

Food Standards | Published April 26, 2017  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
Winner
Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science
cpvs
73100000

This project is part of the radiological programme that includes monitoring and assessing the impact on the food chain of radiological discharges. The programme includes the monitoring for levels of radioactivity in food and the predictive modelling of exposure. The work enables FSA to assure the public about the safety of food, and this is an important contributing factor to public confidence in the nuclear industry and power generation. The results of the work inform and are essential to the production of the annual Radioactivity in Food and the Environment report.

Birmingham Energy Company – Options Appraisal and Business Case

Economy | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 27, 2016
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71314000, 79310000, 79990000, 79341200, 79342000, 79300000, 79412000, 72221000, 79413000, 79410000, 72224000, 71314300, 79400000, 71314200, 79411000

Birmingham City Council is seeking to appoint a consultant to deliver:

• A detailed appraisal of BCC’s options, across the range of energy company models using the latest market intelligence on viable, existing or emerging alternative opportunities.

• Provide a set of clear recommendations, based on the development and analysis of business cases, outlining BCC’s options for pursuing the delivery and implementation of an Energy Company. The report shall make clear recommendations on how the arrangements would be able to support energy supply, energy efficiency, power generation through renewables, and deployment of wider energy infrastructure such as smart meters and heat networks.

• The report will need to be structured according to the scope of works in this document and capable of scrutiny and sign-off by BCC’s Programme Board that will be established to oversee the development of the recommendations and ultimately the Energy Company.

This contract will be for a period of 12 weeks commencing 5th August 2016 until 26th October 2016.

BCC will be using its e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this procurement process and providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest. The web address is https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc. Registration and use of in-tend is free. All correspondence for this procurement process must be via the in-tend correspondence function. If you are unable to register with in-tend please either email us at cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call 0121 464 8000.

If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Councils tender Portal:-. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register as a bidder. We will send you a log on and password so you can download the tender documentation. Requests to participate must be by way of completion and return of the tender documentation no later than 12:00 (GMT) on 28th July using the Supplier Portal.

BEC0716 - Birmingham Energy Company – Options Appraisal and Business Case

 | Published July 14, 2016  -  Deadline July 28, 2016
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71314000

Birmingham City Council is seeking to appoint a consultant to deliver: • A detailed appraisal of BCC’s options, across the range of energy company models using the latest market intelligence on viable, existing or emerging alternative opportunities. • Provide a set of clear recommendations, based on the development and analysis of business cases, outlining BCC’s options for pursuing the delivery and implementation of an Energy Company. The report shall make clear recommendations on how the arrangements would be able to support energy supply, energy efficiency, power generation through renewables, and deployment of wider energy infrastructure such as smart meters and heat networks. • The report will need to be structured according to the scope of works in this document and capable of scrutiny and sign-off by BCC’s Programme Board that will be established to oversee the development of the recommendations and ultimately the Energy Company. This contract will be for a period of 12 weeks commencing 5th August 2016 until 26th October 2016. BCC will be using its e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this procurement process and providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest. The web address is https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc. Registration and use of in-tend is free. All correspondence for this procurement process must be via the in-tend correspondence function. If you are unable to register with in-tend please either email us at cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call 0121 464 8000. If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Councils tender Portal:-. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register as a bidder. We will send you a log on and password so you can download the tender documentation. Requests to participate must be by way of completion and return of the tender documentation no later than 12:00 (GMT) on 28th July using the Supplier Portal.

The Provision of Planned and Reactive Maintenance of the Longbridge Hyrdo-electric plant

Derby City Council | Published July 25, 2016  -  Deadline August 22, 2016
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45000000

Derby City Council is seeking tenders for the planned and reactive maintenance requirements at the Longbridge hydro-electric plant. The Longbridge hydro is a small hydro-electric generation plant located on the bank of the River Derwent in the centre of Derby City.

Work will involve the regular planned maintenance of the hydro equipment and reactive maintenance in the event of a mechanical breakdown. In the event of a mechanical breakdown a 4 hour response time is expected. This is to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the hydro power plant, to maximise income generation.

The service provider must be able to demonstrate a holistic understanding of the technical, mechanical and electrical aspects of maintain a hydro power plant and will aim to maximise power generation as Derby City Council will receive the benefit of the electricity generated, the feed in tariff and any electricity which is sold back to the grid.

Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation, must do so by 15.00 on 22 August 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14.00 on 23 August 2016. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice, this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system https://www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents, (please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

 

BEC0716 - Birmingham Energy Company – Options Appraisal and Business Case - AWARD

Birmingham City Council | Published August 4, 2016
Winner
Cornwall Energy Associates Ltd
cpvs
71314000

Birmingham City Council is seeking to appoint a consultant to deliver: • A detailed appraisal of BCC’s options, across the range of energy company models using the latest market intelligence on viable, existing or emerging alternative opportunities. • Provide a set of clear recommendations, based on the development and analysis of business cases, outlining BCC’s options for pursuing the delivery and implementation of an Energy Company. The report shall make clear recommendations on how the arrangements would be able to support energy supply, energy efficiency, power generation through renewables, and deployment of wider energy infrastructure such as smart meters and heat networks. • The report will need to be structured according to the scope of works in this document and capable of scrutiny and sign-off by BCC’s Programme Board that will be established to oversee the development of the recommendations and ultimately the Energy Company. This contract will be for a period of 12 weeks commencing 5th August 2016 until 26th October 2016. BCC will be using its e-tendering system (in-tend) for the administration of this procurement process and providers must register with the system to be able to express an interest. The web address is https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc. Registration and use of in-tend is free. All correspondence for this procurement process must be via the in-tend correspondence function. If you are unable to register with in-tend please either email us at cps@birmingham.gov.uk or call 0121 464 8000. If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Councils tender Portal:-. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register as a bidder. We will send you a log on and password so you can download the tender documentation. Requests to participate must be by way of completion and return of the tender documentation no later than 12:00 (GMT) on 28th July using the Supplier Portal.

Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of a Small Scale Radial Forge.

University of Strathclyde | Published July 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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42600000, 42634000, 42000000

The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is a collaborative venture between the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and leading multinational engineering firms including Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Titanium Metals Corporation (known as TIMET), Aubert and Duval, and Barnes Aerospace. The 25 000 000 GBP Advanced Forming Research Centre near Glasgow International Airport is developing forming and forging technologies to support the design and manufacture of new products, including components and structures for aircraft wings and body parts, engines, cars, ships, medical devices, power generation and wind turbines. The equipment will be used in the AFRC workshop area. The main purpose for the equipment is to perform research into radial forging processes and large scale production trials aimed at demonstrating a high manufacturing capability. This will include the production of hollow cylinders as both final part geometries and as preforms with controlled variation in wall thickness, inner diameter and outer diameter. It will also include shaped solid axi-symmetric preforms and bars. The ability to deform material over a wide range of process conditions will also be used to study microstructural evolution during the production of billet or bar. Note: to register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=406116 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

Lagoon Infrastructure Maintenance

Tidal Lagoon (Swansea Bay) PLC | Published July 1, 2015
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Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon will be a vibrant marine park and energy generating facility. The world’s first man-made energy-generating tidal lagoon, with a 320MW installed capacity and 14 hours of reliable generation every day. The maintenance of the lagoon infrastructure is expected to be delivered by a single principal (Tier 1) contractor with an emphasis on local employment and supply chain. The package includes: • Maintenance of the turbine / sluice structure • Bund wall integrity including repairs • Maintenance of the “mariculture” park • Maintenance of navigational safety equipment • Lagoon monitoring and maintenance dredging • Interface with other contractors, significantly with power generation and turbine maintenance contractor The “Lagoon Infrastructure Maintenance” Contractor will deliver the contract in a way that achieves the goals of the Employer and within environmental statements. The Contractor will also be capable of reacting to operational risks including the ability to provide both planned and unplanned maintenance. The works is anticipated to include strategic input and development of the services under a bespoke form of contract. Procurement will be through a competitive, two-stage (pre-qualification and invitation to tender) process in order to select a preferred bidder prior to final contract negotiation. Should you wish to be considered for pre-qualification, please ensure that you are registered at http://www.tidallagoonswanseabay.com/edebate/registration/141/. You will also need to register your interest in this particular contract package via the Sell2Wales website and upload capability statements (maximum four sides of A4 paper) in response to the following: • How would you maximise utilizing local employment and supply chain content in your works? • How would you deliver the contract? Would you carry out all of the works yourself directly, sub-contract out elements, or approach as a consortium with partners? • Explain why you believe you would be suitable as a Tier 1 Contractor and what innovations and expertise you could bring to this contract package

Landscape Sensitivity & Capacity Study for Renewable Energy Development in Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 16, 2015
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71313440, 71400000, 90711400, 90712000, 90713000

Details of the Requirement The Welsh Government is committed to increasing the amount of electricity from renewable sources as part of its overall strategy to tackle climate change. In the short to medium term, wind energy continues to offer the greatest potential (for activities within the control of the planning system in Wales) for delivering renewable energy. Wales has an abundant wind resource and power generation using this resource remains the most commercially viable form of renewable energy. The Welsh Government accepts that the introduction of new, often very large structures for onshore wind and solar development needs careful consideration to avoid and where possible minimise their impact. The majority of renewable energy decisions are made by local authorities and it is important that policies and guidance direct wind energy proposals to the most appropriate locations. To respond to these development pressures, and to ensure officers and members decisions are sufficiently robust it is proposed to develop a landscape capacity and sensitivity study for Carmarthenshire. The study will exclude parts of the County within the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is a separate planning authority. This commission is to provide a Landscape Sensitivity and Capacity Study for both Wind turbine development and Field Scale Solar development, which will then form part of a proposed Supplementary Planning Guidance for Renewable Energy. A full brief is appended to this document. Duration of Contract The Contract will commence on 31st March 2015 and end on 1st November 2015. There will be an option to extend the contract duration to 1st February 2016. Procurement Procedure and Award Criteria The award criteria will be based on 70% Price & 30% Quality Dates – Deadline for Submissions and Start Date The deadline for submissions is 12noon, 16th March 2015. A decision by the Council will be issued within 1 week of this date and the successful bidder will be expected to start the commission on 31st March 2015.

Landscape Sensitivity & Capacity Study for Renewable Energy Development in Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire County Council | Published May 5, 2015
Winner
Anthony Jellard Associates
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Details of the Requirement The Welsh Government is committed to increasing the amount of electricity from renewable sources as part of its overall strategy to tackle climate change. In the short to medium term, wind energy continues to offer the greatest potential (for activities within the control of the planning system in Wales) for delivering renewable energy. Wales has an abundant wind resource and power generation using this resource remains the most commercially viable form of renewable energy. The Welsh Government accepts that the introduction of new, often very large structures for onshore wind and solar development needs careful consideration to avoid and where possible minimise their impact. The majority of renewable energy decisions are made by local authorities and it is important that policies and guidance direct wind energy proposals to the most appropriate locations. To respond to these development pressures, and to ensure officers and members decisions are sufficiently robust it is proposed to develop a landscape capacity and sensitivity study for Carmarthenshire. The study will exclude parts of the County within the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is a separate planning authority. This commission is to provide a Landscape Sensitivity and Capacity Study for both Wind turbine development and Field Scale Solar development, which will then form part of a proposed Supplementary Planning Guidance for Renewable Energy. A full brief is appended to this document. Duration of Contract The Contract will commence on 31st March 2015 and end on 1st November 2015. There will be an option to extend the contract duration to 1st February 2016. Procurement Procedure and Award Criteria The award criteria will be based on 70% Price & 30% Quality Dates – Deadline for Submissions and Start Date The deadline for submissions is 12noon, 16th March 2015. A decision by the Council will be issued within 1 week of this date and the successful bidder will be expected to start the commission on 31st March 2015.

CCC indicators to track progress in developing Greenhouse Gas Removal options

The Committee On Climate Change | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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73100000

The CCC indicator framework The CCC monitors progress towards meeting carbon budgets and the 2050 target using an indicator framework, first set out in our October 2009 Progress Report to Parliament. This framework contains future trajectories for a range of measurable quantities linked to UK emissions: • Headline indicators (greenhouse gas emissions, emissions intensity and energy demand); • Implementation indicators for specific measures (e.g. additional low-carbon power generation capacity, purchases of electric cars, roll-out of loft insulation); • Forward indicators to measure progress in advance of implementation (e.g. power generation investments at planning and construction stages); • Policy milestones for an appropriate framework enabling future implementation of measures (e.g. legislation of new efficiency targets for cars). The full set of current indicators across the main sources of emissions is available in technical annexes here: https://www.theccc.org.uk/publication/meeting-carbon-budgets-2016-progress-report-to-parliament/. Our indicators follow our current best projection of the technologies and behaviours required to cost-effectively meet carbon budgets and the 2050 target. However, there is uncertainty over the rates at which technologies will develop, their future costs, and how people will change their behaviour. Analysis of the required changes is also more developed in some areas than others. This means some sectors and measures have more detailed indicator sets than others. It also means indicators are not prescriptive (carbon budgets could be met by underperforming in some indicators, while outperforming others) nor exhaustive. We are currently updating our indicators in advance of our 2017 Progress Report, to reflect: • Updated CCC scenarios (available at https://www.theccc.org.uk/publication/the-fifth-carbon-budget-the-next-step-towards-a-low-carbon-economy/) which informed the level of the fifth carbon budget, legislated by Parliament last July. • Our October report on UK Climate Action following the Paris Agreement (available at https://www.theccc.org.uk/publication/uk-action-following-paris/). A key additional conclusion was the need for a Government strategy to develop options for removing greenhouse gases from the air.

Supply of Solar Power generating equipment and provision of services including installation at healthcare centres in Kaduna State, Nigeria.

Crown Agents Limited, acting as an agent for and on behalf of the Secretary of State for International Development of the UK Government (DFID) | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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09331000

This is a call for competition for the supply, delivery and installation of PV panels, accumulators, electrical equipment, control cabins and accessories and provision of associated services. The ITB which incorporates the PQQ is available from the above named Electronic Access to Information point and must be completed and returned to the above named Contact point by the deadline specified in section IV.3.4).

Supply of Bio-Fuel for Civic Centre CCHP Plant.

London Borough of Brent | Published April 5, 2014  -  Deadline May 12, 2014
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09000000, 09134230

Brent Council is seeking to award to a single supplier for the provision of biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for the purposes of electrical power generation. This contract represents a supply to the Council for fuel to the Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CCHP) installation at the Brent Civic Centre. The fuel must comply with the sustainability criteria of the renewables obligation, as determined by Ofgem, and Breeam 2008 standard BES 5053: Issue 4.0 1.5.2010 class Energy 5 “low or zero carbon technologies”. Reference should be made to energy 5 "low or zero carbon technologies" (pages 125-130) of this document which detail the classification of first and second generation biofuels. First generation biofuels are not acceptable for use under the requirements of the document.

Supply of Bio-Fuel for Civic Centre CCHP Plant.

London Borough of Brent | Published April 5, 2014
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09000000, 09134230

Brent Council is seeking to award to a single supplier for the provision of biomass fuel to EN14213:2003 for the purposes of electrical power generation. This contract represents a supply to the Council for fuel to the Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CCHP) installation at the Brent Civic Centre. The fuel must comply with the sustainability criteria of the renewables obligation, as determined by Ofgem, and Breeam 2008 standard BES 5053: Issue 4.0 1.5.2010 class Energy 5 “low or zero carbon technologies”. Reference should be made to energy 5 "low or zero carbon technologies" (pages 125-130) of this document which detail the classification of first and second generation biofuels. First generation biofuels are not acceptable for use under the requirements of the document.

0913BIS The Supply of a Linear Friction Welder.

The MTC | Published September 5, 2013  -  Deadline September 27, 2013
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42000000

The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) requires a linear friction welding (LFW) machine and associated accessories to support research projects undertaken by the MTC. The equipment is intended to be used for general research purposes at MTC and as such must be flexible and of a robust design suitable for a production type environment. The equipment must be compliant to NADCAP accreditation and be capable of welding a variety of component forms e.g. prismatic shapes to complex aerofoil cross sections, from a multitude of industries e.g. aero engines, automotive, marine propulsion and power generation, and out of a variety of materials e.g. steel, titanium and nickel based superalloys, to stringent standards akin to aerospace requirements.

petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Harrogate Borough Council | Published October 11, 2012
Winner
Fleetsolve Ltd Lodge Court Neston Road CH63 1JF Thornton hough UNITED KINGDOM
cpvs
09000000, 09100000, 09134230

Harrogate Council is seeking to award to a Single Supplier for the provision of Biomass Fuel to EN14213:2003. For the purposes of electrical power generation. This contract represents a new supply to the Council for fuel to a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) installation at the Harrogate International Centre. The fuel must comply with the sustainability criteria of the Renewables Obligation, as determined by Ofgem, and Breeam 2008 standard BES 5053: Issue 4.0 1.5.2010 class Energy 5 “low or zero carbon technologies”.Reference should be made to Energy 5 "low or zero carbon technologies" (pages 125-130) of this document which detail the classification of First and Second Generation Biofuels. First Generation Biofuels are not acceptable for use under the requirements of the Document.