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Post Office Limited | Published December 20, 2016
Energy.

Contract for Energy Efficiency Services

City and County of Swansea | Published December 20, 2016
Contract for Energy Efficiency Services

Energy Efficiency Contractors

Scotland Excel | Published January 10, 2017
Energy Efficiency Contractors.

Renewable Energy Dolwyddelan Community Project

Conwy County Borough Council | Published December 23, 2016
Renewable Energy Dolwyddelan Community Project

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Suffolk County Council | Published December 23, 2016
Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Energy & water procurement and associated contract management services

Genesis Housing Association Ltd | Published January 10, 2017
Energy & water procurement and associated contract management services.

2buy2 Utilities and Energy Management Framework Agreement 2017

2buy2.com Ltd | Published January 10, 2017
2buy2 Utilities and Energy Management Framework Agreement 2017.

Request for Information Energy Performance Contract Retrofit

Leicestershire County Council | Published January 17, 2017
Request for Information Energy Performance Contract Retrofit.

WES External Experts — Wave Energy Sector Specialists

Wave Energy Scotland Limited | Published January 12, 2017
WES External Experts — Wave Energy Sector Specialists.

Energy Metering Support

Estate Management Dept | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
Lancaster University is actively working to reduce its energy costs, carbon emissions and energy consumption. It has committed to reducing carbon emissions by 83% by 2050, compared to 2005.

One of the initiatives implemented to achieve this is the installation of an energy monitoring system (EMS). Lancaster University’s EMS consists of approximately 1,000 electricity, gas, water and heat meters as well as more than 150 data loggers.

This ITT outlines a scope of services for on-site support services for the EMS.

The EMS support will be required for an initial period of 1 year, but can be extended for a further year twice (for a total period of three years). It is envisaged that on-site support will be required for 2 days per week during this period.

Provision of an Energy Specialist

Corporate Resources Directorate | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
Birmingham City Council is seeking submissions from experienced energy consultants and organisations to be at the forefront of delivering the Birmingham Council’s Energy and Utilities Strategy for a fixed term period of 12 months.
The successful consultant \ organisation roles’ primary responsibility is to implement Energy \ Utilities savings, efficiencies and improvements across the Councils portfolio. The Council operates a portfolio of 2,400 sites with an annual utilities bill of circa £24m. This strategy aims to reduce these costs by smart energy purchasing, minimising consumption and maximising local production of renewable utility commodities, power and fuel. This will be achieved through;

- Monitoring and targeting of utility consumption, emissions and cost;

- Implementation of efficiency measures to reduce consumption

- Implementation of renewables measures in a way that improves organisational resilience

- Effective Contract Management of its supply chain and optimising energy procurement supported by invoice verification and data analysis.

The contract will be for a 12 month period and is anticipated to commence from 7th February 2017 until 6th February 2018 with the option to extend for a further 12 months dependant on the requirement of the service and performance of the supplier.

The Invitation to Quotation is being issued using the Council’s e-tendering system In-tend and the remainder of the procurement process will be managed using the system. Therefore all quotes must be submitted by Quotation providers via the In-tend system.

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc

Use of the ‘In-tend’ system is free for Quotation providers throughout the whole procurement process. The system is secure and access to the quotes will only be made available to those employees of the Council, and/or their authorised advisers in respect of this quote.

Energy and related services

2Buy2 | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 15, 2017

Provision of NHH and HH Electricity supply, Mains Gas supply, Heating Oils, Energy Management Services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services.

A framework Agreement for the Supply of Energy (Gas, Electricity, Oil), Energy Management services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services for schools and other organisations through the UK.

This Framework Agreement is open for use by 2buy2 Buying Group members throughout UK. Members include but are not limited to:

— Educational Establishments (including Academies),

— Registered Charities,

— Local Authority Councils,

— Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies,

— Registered Social Landlords.

This Lot will cover half hourly and non-half hourly non-domestic metered sites. Only suppliers licensed in the UK by OFGEM to undertake the supply of Electricity and meeting the minimum business standards will be considered.

Half Hourly Meters — Profile class 00 with high energy usage.

Non Half Hourly Meters — Profile classes 1-8 where maximum demand does not exceed 100 KW.

Types of Product.

Fixed term contracts — Successful suppliers must be able to provide fixed term, fixed price Electricity contracts with a range of contract lengths including 12, 24, 36 and 48 months. Suppliers must also have the ability to provide shorter bespoke length contracts to enable customers to align contracts to coterminous dates.

Flexible Purchasing — Successful suppliers must also have a proven track record of delivering flexible purchasing options (including both Purchase in Advance and Purchase within Period) for electricity and be able to clearly demonstrate savings made through utilising a flexible approach.

Support Services.

As well as the supply of Electricity itself, it is expected that suppliers will have the ability provide key support services to 2buy2 and individual customers including but not limited to:

—Automated Meter Readings,

—Market Intelligence Reporting,

—Management Information Reporting (for billing / objections / commissions),

—Framework Management (Dedicated Account Manager / Resource),

—Online billing portal system,

—Advice and query management and resolution.

To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/357945YKM7

A framework Agreement for the Supply of Energy (Gas, Electricity, Oil), Energy Management services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services for schools and other organisations through the UK.

This Framework Agreement is open for use by 2buy2 Buying Group members throughout UK. Members include but are not limited to:

— Educational Establishments (including Academies),

— Registered Charities,

— Local Authority Councils,

— Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies,

— Registered Social Landlords.

This Lot will cover supply of Mains Gas to non-domestic metered sites. Only suppliers licensed in the UK by OFGEM to undertake the supply of Electricity and meeting the minimum business standards will be considered.

Types of Product.

Fixed term contracts — Successful suppliers must be able to provide fixed term, fixed price Gascontracts with a range of contract lengths including 12, 24, 36 and 48 months. Suppliers must also have the ability to provide shorter bespoke length contracts to enable customers to align contracts to coterminous dates.

Flexible Purchasing — Successful suppliers must also have a proven track record of delivering flexible purchasing options (including both Purchase in Advance and Purchase within Period) for Gas and be able to clearly demonstrate savings made through utilising a flexible approach.

Support Services.

As well as the supply of Gas itself, it is expected that suppliers will have the ability provide key support services to 2buy2 and individual customers including but not limited to:

—Automated Meter Readings,

—Market Intelligence Reporting,

—Management Information Reporting (for billing / objections / commissions),

—Framework Management (Dedicated Account Manager / Resource),

—Online billing portal system,

—Advice and query management and resolution.

To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/ZYY3D2YDJ5

A framework Agreement for the Supply of Energy (Gas, Electricity, Oil), Energy Management services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services for schools and other organisations through the UK.

This Framework Agreement is open for use by 2buy2 Buying Group members throughout UK. Members include but are not limited to:

— Educational Establishments (including Academies),

— Registered Charities,

— Local Authority Councils,

— Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies,

— Registered Social Landlords.

This Lot will cover the supply of heating oils to non-domestic customers throughout the UK.

Types of Product.

The types of product required for this framework is outlined below. It is expected that successful suppliers will be able to deliver all of the products highlighted below.

PRODUCTS.

Gas Oil (Red DieseL)BS 2869 (Class A2 or equivalent).

Gas Oil Substitute For Heating BS 2869 (Class D or equivalent).

KEROSENEBS 2869 (Class C2 or equivalent).

Premium Kerosene BS 2869 (Class C1 or equivalent).

Support Services.

As well as the supply of Oil itself, it is expected that suppliers will have the ability to provide key support services to 2buy2 and individual customers including but not limited to:

— Management of Ongoing Issues.

— The Supplier shall act as the point of contact for customers regarding any issues which arise in respect to all elements of the provision of Oil to the contracting customer. The Supplier shall provide a freephone number which shall be manned during the standard working hours of 8:30 — 17:00 Monday — Friday (excluding bank holidays).

— Handling of Issues within the Contract.

— Upon receiving a customer call to the Freephone number referenced above, Supplier shall liaise directly with the Oil Supply Provider in a timely manner to identify and rectify the issue/s. The Supplier shall keep the customer informed of progress and of any actions they may be required to undertake in order to resolve the issue. Once the issue has been resolved the Supplier shall speak to the customer for feedback on the manner in which the issue was resolved and the effectiveness of the service provided by the Supplier in that respect.

— Reporting.

— Regular management information reporting to 2buy2 detailing number of enquiries, quotes, sales, volumes, issue and complaints.

To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/248GBW3MT8

A framework Agreement for the Supply of Energy (Gas, Electricity, Oil), Energy Management services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services for schools and other organisations through the UK.

This Framework Agreement is open for use by 2buy2 Buying Group members throughout UK. Members include but are not limited to:

— Educational Establishments (including Academies),

— Registered Charities,

— Local Authority Councils,

— Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies

— Registered Social Landlords

This Lot will cover the provision of energy management services to non-domestic customers throughout the UK. Coverage and distribution will be broken down into regions to encourage competition and best pricing.

Services Required

Successful suppliers will have a clear track record of providing a number Energy Management Services, including but not limited to:

Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) —Energy Management & strategy (ISO50001).

— Display Energy Certificates (DEC).

Energy Efficiency.

— Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC)—Regulatory.

— Mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reporting—Energy audits.

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)—Performance improvement.

— Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES)—Data Management.

Energy Performance Contracting.

Support Services.

As well as the provision of energy management services itself, it is expected that suppliers will have the ability provide key support services to 2buy2 and individual customers including but not limited to:

— Reporting — Regular management information reporting to 2buy2 detailing number of enquiries, quotes, sales, volumes, issue and complaints.

— Service Level Agreements.

— Dedicated resource (Framework Account Manager).

To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/5JP368U298

A framework Agreement for the Supply of Energy (Gas, Electricity, Oil), Energy Management services and Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services for schools and other organisations through the UK.

This Framework Agreement is open for use by 2buy2 Buying Group members throughout UK. Members include but are not limited to:

— Educational Establishments (including Academies),

— Registered Charities,

— Local Authority Councils,

— Central Government Departments and Agencies and Local Government Departments and Agencies,

— Registered Social Landlords.

This Lot will cover will cover the provision of Water Supply, Sewerage and Ancillary Services to eligible Buying Group Members that are non-household customers throughout the UK. Buying Group Users currently served by a supplier that is based wholly or mainly in Wales, will only be able to access these services if water usage is equivalent to, or exceeds 50 000 000 litres per year.

Services Required.

Suppliers should be able to provide Water Supply and Sewerage services to eligible non-household customers in accordance with the Water Act 2014. Only suppliers formally licensed in the UK by Ofwat to undertake the supply of Water and Sewerage Services and who comply with the Ofwat's Wholesale Contract, Wholesale Retail Code and Market Arrangement Code will be considered.

As well as the provision of water supply and sewerage services itself, it is expected that suppliers will have the ability provide ancillary services including but not limited to:

— Lead Replacement Survey.

— Water audit.

— Measurement and verification.

— Leak detection and repair.

— Cost/spend recovery.

— Benchmarking.

— Meter resizing.

— Desktop analysis.

— Automated Meter Reading Services.

— Water footprint.

— Data solution (Automated Monitoring & Targeting).

— Water performance contracting.

— Tariff optimisation.

— Budget setting / monitoring.

— Bill validation.

— Legionella Services.

To respond to this opportunity, please click here: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/respond/X9MT5KX8P9

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Stroud District Council | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

The Council is seeking for itself and on behalf of Cheltenham Borough Council, Cotswold District Council, Forest of Dean District Council, Gloucester City Council, Tewkesbury Borough Council and South Gloucestershire Council to commission the continued delivery of the Warm and Well Scheme in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire.

The Contract is expected to commence 1.4.2017 and be for 3 years to end of March

2020 (with the possibility of a 2 year (1 year and a further 1 year) extension to be offered at the sole discretion of the Local Authorities). The Local Authorities have an expected budget

of up to (but not guaranteed) 210 000 GBP per year for the first 3 years making a total of

630 000 GBP funding for the additional 2 years is not currently confirmed.

The Warm and Well Scheme aims to reduce fuel poverty and the burden on health and social care budgets caused by cold damp homes, by; promoting the health benefits of energy efficiency in the home, and delivering a programme of energy efficiency improvements which offers personalised support, with the flexibility to offer tailored support for vulnerable households.

In addition, the Scheme aims to promote economic regeneration by; assisting householders with income maximisation through reduced fuel bills and referral to other support agencies and the promotion and support of local related trades.

By its activity to promote energy efficiency and the use of renewable technologies the

Scheme also aims to reduce the carbon emissions of households in the area.

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

Energy Accelerator Project Development Services

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
The Energy Accelerator will provide expert technical, financial, commercial and specialist legal advice directly to Project Sponsors from the public and private sector who require project development support to develop projects through to financial close in the following low carbon sectors:
• District heating networks;
• Commercial and domestic energy efficiency retrofits including integration of renewable energy sources into the built environment (e.g. solar PV);
• Street lighting and low carbon transport.

WYCA expects that the Energy Accelerator will be required to meet contractual obligations relating to the leverage of project development support to capital investment reaching financial close. The procured suppliers will be expected to take a lead role in developing projects from initial appraisal for support through to financial close, and will be required to meet key performance indicators relating to leverage and other factors. While the final decision to support projects rests with WYCA, WYCA will make these decisions relying on recommendations made by the suppliers.

The estimated value (excluding VAT) of the services over three years is in excess of £5,000,000.

WYCA is tendering for external advisors to provide commercial, technical and technology specific legal project development support (pre-financial close) to individual project sponsors. WYCA intends to contract with a single lead supplier that can bring together the desired range of services.

A programme delivery team will be established within WYCA, utilising a combination of employed programme managements taff (a Programme Manager and a Programme Assistant) and contarcted specialist advisors. The contarcted specialist advisors are expected to consist of:

- Three (3) Commercial Sector Leads covering each investment programme. These leads will be account managers to individual project sponsors and will be responsible for identifying, commissioning and managing specialist support.
- One (1) Technical Cross Sector Lead
- A consortium of technical, comnmercial, financial and legal advisors.

Further details are provided in the invitation to tender documents.

Energy Accelerator Project Development Services

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

The Energy Accelerator will provide expert technical, financial, commercial and specialist legal advice directly to Project Sponsors from the public and private sector who require project development support to develop projects through to financial close in the following low carbon sectors:

— District heating networks;

— Commercial and domestic energy efficiency retrofits including integration of renewable energy sources into the built environment (e.g. solar PV);

— Street lighting and low carbon transport.

WYCA expects that the Energy Accelerator will be required to meet contractual obligations relating to the leverage of project development support to capital investment reaching financial close. The procured suppliers will be expected to take a lead role in developing projects from initial appraisal for support through to financial close, and will be required to meet key performance indicators relating to leverage and other factors. While the final decision to support projects rests with WYCA, WYCA will make these decisions relying on recommendations made by the suppliers.

The estimated value (excluding VAT) of the services over three years is in excess of 5 000 000 GBP.

WYCA is tendering for external advisors to provide commercial, technical and technology specific legal project development support (pre-financial close) to individual project sponsors. WYCA intends to contract with a single lead supplier that can bring together the desired range of services.

A programme delivery team will be established within WYCA, utilising a combination of employed programme management staff (a Programme Manager and a Programme Assistant) and contracted specialist advisors. The contracted specialist advisors are expected to consist of:

— Three (3) Commercial Sector Leads covering each investment programme. These leads will be account managers to individual project sponsors and will be responsible for identifying, commissioning and managing specialist support.

— One (1) Technical Cross Sector Lead.

— A consortium of technical, commercial, financial and legal advisors.

Further details are provided in the invitation to tender documents.

Lots 1-3 will provide commercial account managers to individual project sponsors managed by WYCA employed Programme Lead and will be responsible for identifying, commissioning and managing specialist support required from Lots 5 in conjunction with the Technical Cross Sector Lead.

Lots 1 to 4 may be procured as individual suppliers, or as part of the consortium for Lot 5. WYCA will make the decision on the final model of delivery based on value for money and the quality of nominated candidates.

It is intended that consortiums will therefore be able to enter two tender variants: 1 for Lot 5 only, and 1 for Lot 5 and Lots 1 to 4 together. Where a consortium tenders for Lots 1-5 inclusive, it will be required to provide responses for each Lot individually.

Energy Accelerator Project Development Services(02)

LEP | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
The Energy Accelerator will provide expert technical, financial, commercial and specialist legal advice directly to Project Sponsors from the public and private sector who require project development support to develop projects through to financial close in the following low carbon sectors:
• District heating networks;
• Commercial and domestic energy efficiency retrofits including integration of renewable energy sources into the built environment (e.g. solar PV);
• Street lighting and low carbon transport.

WYCA expects that the Energy Accelerator will be required to meet contractual obligations relating to the leverage of project development support to capital investment reaching financial close. The procured suppliers will be expected to take a lead role in developing projects from initial appraisal for support through to financial close, and will be required to meet key performance indicators relating to leverage and other factors. While the final decision to support projects rests with WYCA, WYCA will make these decisions relying on recommendations made by the suppliers.

The estimated value (excluding VAT) of the services over three years is in excess of £5,000,000.

WYCA is tendering for external advisors to provide commercial, technical and technology specific legal project development support (pre-financial close) to individual project sponsors. WYCA intends to contract with a single lead supplier that can bring together the desired range of services.

A programme delivery team will be established within WYCA, utilising a combination of employed programme managements taff (a Programme Manager and a Programme Assistant) and contarcted specialist advisors. The contarcted specialist advisors are expected to consist of:

- Three (3) Commercial Sector Leads covering each investment programme. These leads will be account managers to individual project sponsors and will be responsible for identifying, commissioning and managing specialist support.
- One (1) Technical Cross Sector Lead
- A consortium of technical, comnmercial, financial and legal advisors.

Further details are provided in the invitation to tender documents.

Energy Monitoring and Targeting Software

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) is looking to replace its Energy Monitoring and Targeting Suite. The Trust would wish to consider an online or installed to site system, which can be accessed from any location via the Trust network.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

North Warwickshire Borough Council | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

Supply of Fuels to various locations (listed in the ITT).

Fuel.

WSCC - LC Energy Tariff Soft Market Testing

West Sussex County Council | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2017
Market Engagement