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Single Turbine South Wales

Natural Resources Wales | Published February 8, 2017
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09300000, 09310000, 31121300, 31121320, 31121340

Single Turbine South Wales

Gas Turbine and Wind Turbine Power Systems

UNIVERSITY OF SALFORD(THE) | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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A requirement now exists in the School of Computing, Science & Engineering to procure two items of laboratory equipment to enable undergraduate students to study the fundamentals of jet engine propulsion and the fundamentals of wind turbine operation associated with three phase electrical power generation. To achieve the above, this equipment will typically include a self contained jet engine teaching demonstration system and a similar self contained wind turbine power generation teaching demonstration system. The lowest value has been declared at £25,000 but the University does not know at this stage what the actual value might be. Please go to https://in-tendhost.co.uk/salford/aspx/Home to register and apply.

Wind turbine generators

South West Water | Published November 17, 2017  -  Deadline December 1, 2017
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31121330

The scheme will deliver a single 225-250kW wind turbine and associated infrastructure on land west of Stithians in Cornwall providing power by a private cable to a Water Treatment Works nearby.

It is expected that the turbine will produce around 700,000-800,000kWh per annum accounting for approximately 40 % of the site's energy usage. This scheme will contribute towards SWW's aim to have 20 % of their energy coming from renewable energy sources by 2020.

The scheme will deliver a single 225-250 kW wind turbine and associated infrastructure on Land West of Little Lansenwith, Tretheague, Stithians, Cornwall providing power by a private cable to Stithians Water Treatment Works nearby.

It is expected that the turbine will produce around 700 000 - 800 000 kWh per annum accounting for approximately 40 % of the site's energy usage. This scheme will contribute towards SWW's aim to have 20 % of their energy coming from renewable energy sources by 2020.

Specification

A 3- bladed wind turbine between 225-250 kW with a total height of 58 m or less and a rotor diameter of 35 m or less.

a) Annual Energy Production (AEP) of 700 000 or greater with an annual average wind speed on site of 7.62 m/s;

b) The site is not eligible for export so all power must be used on site (i.e. at the WTW).

These dimensions will enable the turbine to fit within our planning constraints. Due to ecological constraints on site any pre-commencement works would need to be completed in February, subject to gaining planning permission and installation of the wind turbine would be expected to follow these works.

Gas Turbine and Wind Turbine Power Systems

Customer Name | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2016
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The University of Salford is making a major investment into modernising the building infrastructure and equipment at its School of Computing, Science & Engineering. This project has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), and a number of opportunities will arise between December 2015 and September 2017 around both construction and provision of technical equipment for various laboratories. A requirement now exists in the School of Computing, Science & Engineering to procure two items of laboratory equipment to enable undergraduate students to study the fundamentals of jet engine propulsion and the fundamentals of wind turbine operation associated with three phase electrical power generation. To achieve the above, this equipment will typically include a self contained jet engine teaching demonstration system and a similar self contained wind turbine power generation teaching demonstration system.

Wind Turbine O&M

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult | Published July 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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This notice for the provision of an Operations and Maintenance Service for a wind turbine and adjacent met mast (the “Service”) has been issued by the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (“ORE Catapult”) as a competitive procurement exercise in accordance with the "Competitive Procedure with Negotiation" for tendering under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended from time to time). Catapults Catapults are centres of excellence that bridge the gap between business, academia, research and government. They are a powerful new element in the UK economy, helping businesses develop relevant and exciting ideas in receptive and invigorating environments. By promoting collaboration and knowledge exchange, many progressive businesses and organisations will be able to build new partnerships with reduced risks. Companies in a wide range of markets will see the Catapults as an invaluable resource to develop their businesses.Project Background The turbine is a standalone single former Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) large 7MW offshore turbine prototype installed approximately 50m from shore in the Scottish Enterprise owned Fife Energy Park connected to the Scottish Power electricity network at 11kV. We are seeking suppliers who can be proactive and recognise a potential serial problem, investigate the issue, come up with a solution, and communicate with ORE Catapult throughout the whole process. You must be an organisation who is good at troubleshooting, who can identify problems that will help keep maintenance costs down and availability up. The turbine wind resource is significantly constrained by the land-form and estuarine location and there are a number of constraints on the turbine operations due to (i) low angle sun shadow flicker; (ii) airborne noise immediately adjacent to neighbours (500m distance). Whilst being a prototype, the turbine has been constructed using mainly commercial off the shelf hardware and SHI is providing ORE Catapult the full intellectual property package to operate and modify the turbine including its software, and all Operations and Maintenance manuals. Suppliers are to note that ORE Catapult intend to use the wind turbine / met mast site primarily for research and development (R&D) activity. Suppliers are to note that R&D activity is essential and cannot frustrate the terms of the Contract and that any T&C’s must reflect that position. This is a performance based scope of work to deliver the Service which shall include the scope of service as per documents downloaded in support of this notice.

Supply and Installation of Wind Turbine(s)

Translink | Published March 24, 2014  -  Deadline April 25, 2014
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Supply and Installation of Wind Turbine(s)

Maintenance of Vestas 660 Wind Turbine

Procurement and Logistics Service | Published November 14, 2011  -  Deadline December 16, 2011
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Maintenance of Vestas 660 Wind Turbine 

Tidal Turbine Manufacture

Tidal Energy Limited | Published February 20, 2016
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Procurement, manufacture and assembly of a tidal energy turbine. Design, technology and Intellectual Property to be provided by contracting authority.
CPV: 71314000, 34930000, 31121331, 31124100, 42110000, 42112000, 31124200, 71314000, 31120000, 31122000, 31121330.

Turbine Manufacture and Pre-Assembly Plant (TMP)

Tidal Lagoon Power Ltd. | Published October 3, 2016
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Turbine Manufacture and Pre-Assembly Plant (TMP)

Wind Turbine Generator T2 Coleraine campus

University of Ulster | Published December 28, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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Wind Turbine Generator T2 Coleraine campus

Heavy Industrial Boiler and Turbine Cleanin

London Waste Limited | Published April 29, 2014  -  Deadline June 2, 2014
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90910000, 42300000, 90915000, 90000000

Heavy Industrial Boiler and Turbine Cleaning.

Wind Turbine Operations & Maintenance

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult | Published July 17, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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71314000, 71314200, 50000000, 50530000, 76500000, 76520000, 31121320

This notice for the provision of an Operations and Maintenance Service for a wind turbine and adjacent met mast (the “Service”) has been issued by the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (“ORE Catapult”) as a competitive procurement exercise in accordance with the "Competitive Procedure with Negotiation" for tendering under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended from time to time). Catapults Catapults are centres of excellence that bridge the gap between business, academia, research and government. They are a powerful new element in the UK economy, helping businesses develop relevant and exciting ideas in receptive and invigorating environments. By promoting collaboration and knowledge exchange, many progressive businesses and organisations will be able to build new partnerships with reduced risks. Companies in a wide range of markets will see the Catapults as an invaluable resource to develop their businesses. Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult ORE Catapult (https://ore.catapult.org.uk) is the UK's flagship technology innovation and research centre for offshore wind, wave and tidal energy. Headquartered in Glasgow, it has world-leading test and demonstration facilities in Blyth, Northumberland. The senior management team is split between Glasgow and Blyth, with extensive technical expertise and knowledge at both locations. ORE Catapult’s vision is ‘abundant, affordable energy from offshore wind, wave and tide’ and is an independent, not-for-profit business that exists to accelerate the development of offshore wind, wave and tidal technologies. Our team of over 120 people has extensive technical and research capabilities, industry experience and track record. Through world-class testing and research programmes, we work for industry, academia and government to improve technology reliability and enhance knowledge, directly impacting upon the cost of offshore renewable energy. Specifically, the ORE Catapult looks to: a. Accelerate the design, deployment and commercialisation of renewable energy technology innovation, helping to attract overseas investment and to realise the enormous opportunity presented by the UK’s offshore renewable energy resources. b. Provide market access for SMEs and new technologies whilst driving greater efficiency to create sustainable offshore wind, wave and tidal industries delivering affordable, renewable energy. c. Establish a centre of deep technical expertise to lead research, innovation, commercialisation and test and demonstration. Project Background The turbine is a standalone single former Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) large 7MW offshore turbine prototype installed approximately 50m from shore in the Scottish Enterprise owned Fife Energy Park connected to the Scottish Power electricity network at 11kV. We are seeking suppliers who can be proactive and recognise a potential serial problem, investigate the issue, come up with a solution, and communicate with ORE Catapult throughout the whole process. You must be an organisation who is good at troubleshooting, who can identify problems that will help keep maintenance costs down and availability up. The turbine wind resource is significantly constrained by the land-form and estuarine location and there are a number of constraints on the turbine operations due to (i) low angle sun shadow flicker; (ii) airborne noise immediately adjacent to neighbours (500m distance). Whilst being a prototype, the turbine has been constructed using mainly commercial off the shelf hardware and SHI is providing ORE Catapult the full intellectual property package to operate and modify the turbine including its software, and all Operations and Maintenance manuals. Suppliers are to note that ORE Catapult intend to use the wind turbine / met mast site primarily for research and development (R&D) activity. Suppliers are to note that R&D activity is essential and cannot frustrate the terms of the Contract and that any T&C’s must reflect tha

Gas Turbine and Wind Turbine Power Systems

UNIVERSITY OF SALFORD(THE) | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2016
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31600000

The University of Salford is making a major investment into modernising the building infrastructure and equipment at its School of Computing, Science & Engineering. This project has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), and a number of opportunities will arise between December 2015 and September 2017 around both construction and provision of technical equipment for various laboratories. A requirement now exists in the School of Computing, Science & Engineering to procure two items of laboratory equipment to enable undergraduate students to study the fundamentals of jet engine propulsion and the fundamentals of wind turbine operation associated with three phase electrical power generation. To achieve the above, this equipment will typically include a self contained jet engine teaching demonstration system and a similar self contained wind turbine power generation teaching demonstration system. The lowest value has been declared at £25,000 but the University does not know at this stage what the actual value might be. Please go to https://in-tendhost.co.uk/salford/aspx/Home to register and apply.

A19 A1231 Improvement Works for Turbine Business Park

Highways England | Published August 30, 2010  -  Deadline October 1, 2010
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A19 A1231 Improvement Works for Turbine Business Park

Wind Turbine Operations & Maintenance.

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult | Published January 8, 2016
Winner
SgurrEnergy Ltd
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71314000, 71314200, 50000000, 50530000, 76500000, 76520000, 31121320

This contract award notice is for an Operations and Maintenance Service for a standalone single former Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) large 7 MW offshore turbine prototype installed approximately 50 m from shore in the Scottish Enterprise owned Fife Energy Park connected to the Scottish Power electricity network at 11 kV.

Wind Turbine Generator for the Port of Newport.

Associated British Ports | Published August 21, 2015
Winner
Enercon GmbH
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31121330

The project is the installation of a 2.3 MW wind turbine generator at a site in Alexandra Dock, Newport, Wales.

Wind Turbine Generator for the Port of Newport.

Associated British Ports | Published August 21, 2015
Winner
Enercon GmbH
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31121330

The project is the installation of a 2.3 MW wind turbine generator at a site in Alexandra Dock, Newport, Wales.

Balance of Plant Upgrade of a 900kW Wind Turbine

Community Energy Scotland | Published April 19, 2016
Winner
Bryan J Rendall (Electrical) Ltd
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101200, 371000

Balance of Plant Upgrade of a 900kW Wind Turbine

Wind Turbine - Lower Polmaise Waste Management Facility

Stirling Council | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 3, 2014
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391000, 391010

This is a contract opportunity to provide install and maintain a wind turbine for Stirling Council. Interested parties must meet the following criteria: 1. All Wind Turbine system components shall be Microgeneration Certification Scheme approved. 2. The installation company shall be approved installers under the Microgeneration Scheme (MCS). 3. Electrical installations must be carried out by a NICEIC or SELECT approved contractor (full member). You must provide substantiation of the above criteria within your submission.

Cluster of THREE Wind Turbine training courses

Menter Môn Cyf | Published July 18, 2014  -  Deadline July 25, 2014
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80000000, 80400000, 80500000

A quotation is requested in e-mail format to: stfquotation@mentermon.com for the provision of a: (1) Course Name: Cluster of THREE Wind Turbine training courses, as follows: 1) Boat transfer certificate 2) Siemens Levels 2 and 3 (Wind turbine technical) 3) Wind technician entry level package Start - TBC 2014 (2) Duration: Must be completed/certified by Feb/March 2015 (3) Number of Students: 1 student