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Post Office Limited | Published November 19, 2016
Energy.

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

City and County of Swansea | Published November 18, 2016
Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Energy and related services

Grand Union Housing Group | Published November 15, 2016
Energy and related services

Energy Follow-Up Survey

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 22, 2016
Energy Follow-Up Survey.

Energy Efficient Street Lighting Project

The City of Edinburgh Council | Published November 23, 2016
Energy Efficient Street Lighting Project.

Energy at Home Delivery Partner 2016

Bath and North East Somerset Council | Published November 8, 2016
Energy at Home Delivery Partner 2016.

Solar energy

Stirling Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Contractor will be required to Supply Solar PV and Thermal Panels, Install them, and Maintain them. They will also be required to maintain any Panels installed by the incumbent Contractor, once these panels have been in situ for more than 12 months, and to monitor the performance of all existing and new installations.

Stirling Council's primary objectives for installing solar photovoltaic systems include:

A. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council owned public buildings;

B. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council housing tenants and thus reduce fuel poverty;

C. Reducing the carbon footprint of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock;

D. Improving the energy performance rating of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock; and

E. Maximising opportunities to generate an income stream from the installation of solar photovoltaic systems.

Stirling Council is looking to award a Term Contract for the Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Solar PV and Thermal Panels for Social Housing and Council Buildings.

It is intended that the Contractor will be suitably experienced, and must be Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accredited, or have an equivalent and approved accreditation. Accreditation must be maintained for the duration of the Contract.

The Contractor must be NICEIC / SELECT or equivalent, and must also be PVG certified.

Fund Manager — Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund

Greater London Authority | Published November 25, 2016
Fund Manager — Mayor of London's Energy Efficiency Fund.

Condition based Maintenance and Support of the Building Energy Management System

University of Bath | Published November 2, 2016
Condition based Maintenance and Support of the Building Energy Management System.

BEMS (Building Energy Management System) Servicing and Maintenance

North Lanarkshire Council | Published November 9, 2016
BEMS (Building Energy Management System) Servicing and Maintenance.

Administration and Management of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES)

Scottish Government | Published November 9, 2016
Administration and Management of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES).

The Provision of the Supply of Energy to Catholic Education Establishments

Inter-Diocesan Fuel Management Ltd | Published November 30, 2016
The Provision of the Supply of Energy to Catholic Education Establishments.

Energy Buying Partner 2018

City of London | Published November 28, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017
This is a soft market testing exercise that seeks input from the market to establish the most effective way of packaging and procuring the City Corporation’s Energy, with the aim of securing best value for money and exploring renewable supply options. We are seeking to invite suitable energy buying partners or consortia to respond to this questionnaire and, where clarification is required, conduct a short meeting for an informal exchange of ideas.

The City of London is, by way of soft market testing, seeking to engage with energy buyers in the market to understand market trends and identify a potential energy buying partner to conduct EU compliant procurement of energy.

The City of London strategic energy procurement is delivered across a wide portfolio of sites. This includes prestigious public spaces such as the Barbican Centre, public libraries and Tower Bridge. This is in addition to offices and schools covering about 250,000 square meters of space and about 90 locations in the Square Mile, Epping Forest, Hampstead Heath, West Wickham and Coulsdon Common. The soft market testing exercise will include discussions on the following service areas:

• Half Hourly and Non Half Hourly supplies;
• Quarterly and unmetered supplies;
• Gas, Oil, water and electricity procurement;
• Fixed term, fixed price contracts;
• Flexible purchasing strategies;
• Purchase only strategies;
• Data aggregator consolidation;
• Meter Operator contracts;
• Automated payment options;
• Integrated energy data collection and integration with dedicated energy databases;
• AMR;
• Power Purchase Agreements;
• Renewable Supply

Please see the attached notice for further details regarding this exercise. 

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Scottish Government | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The main aim of CARES, free at the point of use, is to support the Scottish Government's ambitions, to enable communities and rural businesses to reap the benefits of a more localised energy approach.

The main components of CARES are local energy ownership and shared ownership both of which are facilitated through a range of interventions summarised as follows:

— Bespoke advice and support to eligible applicants on a broad range of issues involved in owning a renewable energy project, or taking a share in a commercial scheme.

— Administration and management of a range of grant and loan support schemes, from start-up grants through to post planning capital loans to help projects reach financial closure and/or reach investor readiness.

— The promotion of CARES which is mainly facilitated through a dedicated website and annual conference.

— Support for a local energy systems approach, which is currently facilitated through the Local Energy Challenge Fund and the Infrastructure and Innovation Fund.

The Service Provider shall be responsible for reviewing the support currently in place to ensure it can continue to deliver the Scottish Government's ambitions and targets.

The requirement also includes:

— Loans — recovery of all existing loan repayments from current loan schemes, including those which have been closed or will no longer be available at the contract start date.

— Grants — the need to ensure recipients comply with the terms and conditions of issue.

— Administration and management including the processing, assessment and decision-making of applications received to the various funding programmes.

— Support on complex financial matters associated with investing in a renewable energy and or low carbon project including the refinancing of operational projects.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

Joint Venture For Energy and Sustainability

Eastbourne Borough Council | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 31, 2016
The commercial opportunities that would be available for each of the sustainability sectors listed below are based on what EBC and other participants want to achieve over the next 20-30 years. A list of potential starter projects have already been identified and can be found in the MOI. The JV arrangement may involve services, works or supplies being developed and delivered and commercial opportunities taken forward in a number of sectors, summarised below:
Energy – efficiency, generation, supply, demand and distribution, R&D
• Transport – cleaner transport and vehicle usage
• Fresh food production - next generation commercial greenhouses linked with energy generation
• Fresh fish or protein production - sustainable fish or protein farms linked with energy generation
• Waste - collection and circular economy
• Water – supply and adaption
The final Joint Venture (JV) structure and commercial terms is something that EBC wishes to develop during the negotiation process. EBC’s preferred option is to implement an incremental partnership drawing on the approaches developed by joint venture models such as the Hub concept that was developed by the Scottish Futures Trust. However, unlike the Hub model, rather than form a company at the outset for the JV element of the arrangements, the initial proposal is to have a contractual JV which may, if the parties agree, be incorporated during the course of the arrangements. The intention is to put in place a Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) which acts as the umbrella or top-level governance arrangement in terms of the relationship with the selected joint venture partner as well as setting out the process in relation to the delivery of projects, supplies, works and services. The SPA is therefore anticipated to set up multiple layers of involvement to cover these different elements.
EBC is willing to discuss the benefits of setting up a joint venture company at the outset with Potential Partners during the procurement process.
The primary purpose of the initial contractual Joint Venture would be to develop business cases and once a business case is developed it could be taken forwards through separate project agreements and Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs). The basis of the exact arrangements for each project would come out of the business plan process – these might be an extension of the JV in nature or might be more works/services/supplies based or involve concessions.
The JV will provide (or arrange for the provision of) “Partnering Services” in relation to the needs of the JV Areas primarily to provide and deliver (or manage the provision or delivery through its supply chain)of a mixture of energy and sustainability works, services and supplies (“Transformational Projects”) the beneficiaries of which may be the public participants named in this notice or the wider public and commercial organisations. It is anticipated that the Transformational Projects may be delivered through a range of contract and financial structures and may include special purpose vehicles established by the JV and participants in the JV arrangements.
The Partnering Services to be provided by the JV may also include but will not be limited to: Partnering and Collaborative Working; Estate Management; demonstration of Continuous Improvement in Value for Money; Property Development; Supply Chain Management; Funding; Regeneration and Community Involvement; Strategic Estate Planning and Service Planning.
Further details on the structure of the arrangements, the Hub model and scope of projects and Partnering Services can be found in the MOI obtainable from the address in section 1.3 of this notice (https://www.sesharedservices.org.uk/esourcing)

The development and piloting of the Energy Innovation Needs Assessment (EINA) methodology

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 5, 2016
The development and piloting of the Energy Innovation Needs Assessment (EINA) methodology.

International Energy Agency Technology Collaboration Programme Alternate Delegates

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills | Published November 18, 2016
International Energy Agency Technology Collaboration Programme Alternate Delegates.

The provision of CRC energy efficiency scheme audits, additional services and technical support

London Borough of Haringey | Published December 6, 2016
The provision of CRC energy efficiency scheme audits, additional services and technical support.

Understanding the costs and technical potential of hydrogen for heat in the UK energy sector

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 30, 2016
Understanding the costs and technical potential of hydrogen for heat in the UK energy sector.

YPO - 000716 Low Energy Lighting & Radiant Heating Systems

YPO | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 25, 2021
YPO - 000716 Low Energy Lighting & Radiant Heating Systems