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Cabins

Falkirk Council | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Ashtead Plant Hire Co Ltd
cpvs
44211110, 45212413, 34114300

Framework Agreement for the Hire of Welfare Accommodation along with associated Support Services and Safe Storage container Units, to be utilised for on-site use within Falkirk Council's area of Operation. The agreement is split into 2 lots (lot 1: Static Welfare Accommodation and Safe Storage Containers complete with associated Support Services) and (lot 2: Mobile Welfare Accommodation).

Hire of Static Welfare Accommodation and Safe Storage Container Units. The provision of Units, accessories and supportive services to support a number of personnel on site and functions and consist of, but are not limited in type or in number of:

Accommodation

Canteen Units.

Drying Units.

Office Units.

WC Units.

Welfare Units.

Storage

Safe Site Storage Container Units.

Support Services

Access Support.

Power Generation.

Furniture.

White Goods.

Septic Tanks (including emptying services).

Water Tanks (including connection services).

Various Trades engagement to commission and decommission facilities.

The provision of Mobile Welfare Units, accessories and supportive services to support a number of personnel on site and functions and as such consist of, but are not limited in type or in number of:

Accommodation

Welfare Units.

Landfill-gas electricity generating plant construction work

Gwynedd Council | Published December 22, 2016
Winner
Renewable Power Systems
cpvs
45251240

Gwynedd Council (the Council) is seeking specialised landfill gas management and utilisation organisations with experience of integrated gas management and power generation projects to provide a professional service and associated works to manage the landfill gas field and, if commercially viable, generate electricity from the gas produced at two capped and restored landfills sites. These are Ffridd Rasus landfill (LL46 2UW) and Llwyn Isaf landfill (LL54 5DF). A preliminary market consultation survey was advertised (ref 28536) and carried out by the Council between June and July 2015.

Gwynedd Council Landfill Gas Utilisation.

Electrical equipment and apparatus

Islington Council | Published December 20, 2016
Winner
Greenshields JCB Limited
cpvs
31600000, 65320000

The supply and installation of back-up generators at the Municipal Offices at 222 Upper Street and the Waste Recycling Centre — key council buildings that need to be provided with back-up power generation in the event of an emergency.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Food Standards Agency | Published March 21, 2017
Winner
CEFAS
cpvs
73000000

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.

Each year in partnership with EA, NRW and SEPA, the FSA publishes a report: ‘Radioactivity in Food and the Environment’ (RIFE) which provides the most comprehensive annual independent report of public exposure to radioactivity in the UK.RIFE assesses the effects of radioactivity on the public including people who live close to nuclear sites and eat locally produced food. The report also assesses the exposure to radioactivity from the direct radiation arising from activities carried out on nuclear sites.

To support the production of RIFE the FSA (supported by the EA and ONR) instructs a technical support contractor to undertake a Consumer Habits Research Programme around nuclear licensed sites in England and Wales. Each year, surveys of local habits for leisure, dwelling and food consumption at a selection of sites are conducted. The sites are agreed at an annual meeting of FSA, EA and ONR.

PPG & Battery Storage Viability Assessment – County Farms Estate

LGSS | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
cpvs
030000

Quotations are invited to complete a viability and feasibility assessment report for Peak Power Generation (PPG) and Battery Storage sites across the County Farms Estate. At present Cambridgeshire County Farms do not have PPG nor battery storage schemes on the County Farms Estate, however, the Council are considering renting land to energy development companies for PPG or battery storage alongside the potential for self development. Cambridgeshire County Council's farm estate is 34,000 acres (13,400 ha) with 216 farm tenants it is the largest of its kind in England and Wales

PPG & Battery Storage Viability Assessment - County Farms Estate

LGSS | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
cpvs
03000000

Quotations are invited to complete a viability and feasibility assessment report for Peak Power Generation (PPG) and Battery Storage sites across the County Farms Estate. At present Cambridgeshire County Farms do not have PPG nor battery storage schemes on the County Farms Estate, however, the Council are considering renting land to energy development companies for PPG or battery storage alongside the potential for self development.

CCC indicators to track progress in developing Greenhouse Gas Removal options

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

Morningthorpe landfill site power generation

Norfolk County Council | Published October 8, 2016
Winner
Alphagen Projects Limited
cpvs
45251240, 90531000

Norfolk County Council has entered into a contract for the operation, maintenance, installation and commissioning of a small scale power generation plant to utilise the circa 34 % methane and 40m3/hr landfill gas on Morningthorpe landfill site.

Initial contract will run for 10 years with the option to extend by up to a further 5 years.

Electrical equipment and apparatus

Islington Council | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 30, 2016
cpvs

The supply and installation of back-up generators at the Municipal Offices at 222 Upper Street and the Waste Recycling Centre — key council buildings that need to be provided with back-up power generation in the event of an emergency.

Morningthorpe landfill site power generation

Norfolk County Council | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
cpvs
45251240

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the operation, maintenance, installation and commissioning of a small scale power generation plant to utilise the circa 34% methane and 40m³/hr landfill gas on Morningthorpe landfill site. A fixed royalty amount is requested to provide this solution per annum. Initial contract will run for 10 years with the option to extend by up to a further 5 years.

1617-0127 Supply and Installation of Back-Up Generators at 222 Upper Street and the Waste Recycling Centre

Islington Council | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs
31600000

The supply and installation of back-up generators at the Municipal Offices at 222 Upper Street and the WasteRecycling Centre - key council buildings that need to be provided with back-up power generation in the event of an emergency.

Morningthorpe landfill site power generation

Norfolk County Council | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the operation, maintenance, installation and commissioning of a small scale power generation plant to utilise the circa 34 % methane and 40m3/hr landfill gas on Morningthorpe landfill site. A fixed royalty amount is requested to provide this solution per annum.

Initial contract will run for 10 years with the option to extend by up to a further 5 years.

Morningthorpe landfill site power generation

Norfolk County Council | Published August 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 22, 2016
cpvs
45251240, 90531000

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the operation, maintenance, installation and commissioning of a small scale power generation plant to utilise the circa 34% methane and 40m³/hr landfill gas on Morningthorpe landfill site. A fixed royalty amount is requested to provide this solution per annum.

Initial contract will run for 10 years with the option to extend by up to a further 5 years.

Morningthorpe landfill site power generation

Norfolk County Council | Published August 26, 2016
cpvs
45251240, 90531000

Norfolk County Council wishes to enter into a contract for the operation, maintenance, installation and commissioning of a small scale power generation plant to utilise the circa 34 % methane and 40m3/hr landfill gas on Morningthorpe landfill site. A fixed royalty amount is requested to provide this solution per annum.

Initial contract will run for 10 years with the option to extend by up to a further 5 years.

Hire of Power Generation and Pumps

Scottish Water | Published September 27, 2016
cpvs
31120000, 31681200, 42122130, 42122220, 42122450, 43134100, 42122000, 31122000

Hire of Power Generation and Pumps

Food Standards Agency FS131008 Consumer Habits Research around Radiological Sites

Food Standards Agency | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
cpvs
73000000

The Food Standards Agency is a non-ministerial government department governed by a Board appointed to act in the public interest, with the task of protecting consumers in relation to food. It is a UK-wide body with offices in London, Cardiff, Belfast and York. 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. This procurement will be managed electronically via the Food Standards Agency e-tendering portal. To participate in this procurement, participants must first be registered on the the e-tendering portal Bravo. If you have not yet registered on Bravo, this can be done online at https://food.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html Full instructions for registration and use of the system can be found on the front screen.

SW14/CAP/0921 — Hire of Power Generation and Pumps

Scottish Water | Published September 27, 2016
Winner
Xylem Water Solutions Uk Ltd, Carrier Rental Systems Uk Ltd Trading As Sld Pumps & Power
cpvs
31120000, 31681200, 42122130, 42122220, 42122450, 43134100, 42122000, 31122000

Scottish Water requires one or more suitable supplier(s) to provide a cost effective pumps and generator hire solution to support its Capital and operational delivery programmes. This equipment covers all major items including pumps and generators, all types of pumps e.g. electrical, diesel, hydraulic, submersible, drywell, wellpointing and accessories.

All types of generators are required to be 15KVA and above for this tender exercise.

Provision for both pumps and generators hires should include commissioning and de commissioning services and costs.

The above listings are only indicated as a guideline, Scottish Water reserves the right to expand the listing in relation to any type of hired Pump or Generator equipment that is associated with the water industry and would be deemed relevant in any working environment. Scottish Water will require that all contractors or suppliers who contract through this procurement will gain or hold a minimum Health & safety and quality standard to Scottish Water Requirements.

Scottish Water's scope of requirements for these services has the potential to include a comprehensive end-to-end managed service covering the following aspects:

(i) Provision of suitable and compatible equipment for each of the lots advertised and associated equipment(purchase and/or hire options);

(ii) The provision of data recording and storage and the management of all aspects of records that are associated with any equipment supplied

(iii) A non-obligation trial phase may be needed prior to final adoption of the service to ensure that Scottish Water is fully satisfied with the offered service and to avoid any situation where Scottish Water's requirements cannot be fully met.

The framework agreement(s) will be for an initial period of 6 years, in line with Scottish Water's Regulatory cycle, Scottish Water will have 6 x 12 month options to extend after the initial 6 year period. It is estimated that the framework agreement will start in April 2015 subject to agreement on terms and conditions. Scottish Water reserves the right to issue this under a localised or Scotland wide provision and to engage with one supplier or with multiple suppliers as deemed

to be the best fit solution for Scottish Water. Note that the resulting framework agreement(s) will be utilised by SW, and contractors/suppliers working directly or indirectly for SW.

Other sources of energy supplies and distribution

Conwy County Borough Council | Published December 23, 2016
cpvs
65400000, 09000000, 38551000, 71314000, 71314300, 31321000, 31154000

Conwy County Borough Council seeks to appoint an Innovation Partner(s) (consultant) to take a lead role in the management of a Renewable Energy Hydro-electric Project.

In 2012/13 Ynni'r Dyffryn commissioned a feasibility study to see if it would be possible to take advantage of a hydro scheme on the Afon Cwm Penamnen above Dolwyddelan. The plan is based around the development of a 165-185 kW hydro-electric scheme able to generate around 470-510 MWh annually. This could realise a saving of 240tCO2e per annum and through feed in tariffs (FiT) the project could achieve a revenue thereby realising a payback. The project came into difficulty with connections to the District Network Operator (DNO) and associated costs.

In 2014/15 a different innovation was discussed using Smart Energy Storage Systems (SESS) and Power Scheduling Systems (PSS). Using this technology would mean providing power directly to the Dolwyddelan Community from the hydro scheme and photovoltaics (PV), in effect ‘islanding’ the Community from the National Grid (NG). Critically, this solution would take the power generated from the original hydro-electric scheme and PV, store and manage supply and distribution to the residential and commercial properties and infrastructure. The Community would remain connected to the NG in case of infrastructure malfunction, where automatic switching would ensure a continued supply of electricity. This solution would see Dolwyddelan community take ownership of its own power generation and associated assets under a suitable business model to ensure its viability and sustainability.

Birmingham Energy Company – Options Appraisal and Business Case

Economy | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 27, 2016
cpvs
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
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.