The Alliance of High Peak Borough Council and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council wishes to appoint a qualified and competent Energy Assessor to undertake the statutory provision under ‘The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)’ to provide Display Energy Certificates; DEC Advisory Reports; and Air Conditioning Assessments, to a number of public buildings across both councils, as necessary.
Invitations are requested from suitably qualified and accredited non domestic energy assessors. Assessors must belong to a scheme approved by the Secretary of State under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive Regulations.
Floor plans, contact details and further information will be provided to the successful tenderer.
Energy Performance Certificates and Energy Audit Reports
Fife Council | PublishedAugust 26, 2014
Ohs Group Compliance365
151100, 151110, 191300
Fife Council Property Services intends to appoint a Service Provider to provide Energy Performance Certificates and Energy Audit Reports for approximately 130 non-domestic Fife Council properties.
Please refer to the attached Pre Qualification Questionnaire for further details.
COv - Canley District Energy - Heat Mapping and Energy Master Planning
Coventry City Council (COV) | PublishedJanuary 15, 2016 - Deadline January 22, 2016
Coventry City Council is seeking a supplier to:
- Undertake an energy mapping study of the area of Canley outlined in red on the map at appendix 1 to identify potentially useful heating, cooling and power demand loads and potentially useful heat supply opportunities for the purposes of district energy scheme development
- Use the outputs of energy mapping to inform the development of an energy master plan for the specified area identifying, evaluating and prioritising any identified potential district energy opportunities.
Central Procurement | PublishedDecember 15, 2016 - Deadline January 13, 2017
48100000, 30214000, 48190000, 39100000
As part of the College’s expansion, it has a new building at Blackpool Airport on the Enterprise Zone on Squires Gate Lane. Its flagship building will provide state-of-the-art facilities for the energy industry in the Northwest opening up new partnerships and providing economic value to the surrounding area.
The fully Immersive Energy Simulator Suite (Full mission Energy Simulator) aims to cater for curriculum from level 2 up to level 6. It should demonstrate the end-to-end process of sourcing energy to supplying demand and have the ability to “bolt-on” and switch between different front-end energy creation methods, showing the flow through to end output. The simulator is required to show response and reaction to different scenarios, so students and staff can input faults and then visualise, measure and potentially compare the impact of their actions.
This will allow for provision of education, training and assessment in accordance with FD Nuclear Engineering and BEng (hons) Nuclear Engineering requirements, but also will position Blackpool and the Fylde College as the premier energy simulation training facility for the conduct of research and to deliver training to commercial clients.
It is considered that the Energy Simulation suite should comprise the following elements: -
• Energy Simulator Operating Area. • Student briefing and observation area • Main Control Console (MCC). • Instructor Control Room (ICR) • PC Classroom, Optional (Location to be determined)
London Borough of Hounslow - Procurement Hub | PublishedJuly 17, 2014 - Deadline August 7, 2014
The council is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Hounslow residents by helping reduce fuel costs and improving the energy efficiency of housing. Evidence suggests that cold homes caused by poor thermal efficiency and fuel poverty have
negative impacts on health, particularly on older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions. To help achieve this aim Hounslow Council wishes to provide extra support to vulnerable households through a programme of home energy visits. The council
has £60,000 allocated from the ring-fenced public health budget to fund a programme in 2014-15. A 1 year contract extension may be granted to continue the service subject to further funding being made available from the public health budget in 2015-16. The
home energy visits will promote well-being and help reduce emergency admissions and excess winter deaths. Objective 1: Making fuel cheaper Objective 2: Improving the energy efficiency of homes Integrating services Home visits The home energy visits will have
4 key components related to the 3 objectives above: • A home energy assessment, which includes an assessment of the potential for energy efficiency improvements • 1-2-1 advice on energy bills and energy saving behaviour • The provision of small, easy-to-install
energy saving measures and/or winter warmth packs • Onward referrals
Orkney Renewable Energy Forum (OREF) | PublishedAugust 6, 2014
151000, 151200, 151300, 152300, 159999
To research, write and produce a quantitative study of Orkney's recent and foreseeable energy landscape.
To quantify existing energy sources and energy uses; updating and refreshing previous audits.
To indicate the potential suitability and value of converting uses of imported energy into indigenous, electrically-derived demand.
Limits within the electrical distribution network both around Orkney and to the UK national grid are restricting the productive use of renewable resources.
In parallel with attempts to improve export capacity, renewables generators and other interested parties want to establish fully the sources and uses of energy across transport, heating and power by the domestic, private and public sectors.
The Orkney Energy Audit will also identify opportunities to displace imported energy with locally sourced alternatives that provide better value to people in Orkney.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”) wishes to commission a consumer energy delivery partner for the consumer communications element of an energy cost saving campaign, the Big Energy Saving Week (BESW).
Sunderland City Council | PublishedOctober 1, 2015 - Deadline November 5, 2015
NEPO has a requirement for contractors to provide Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's), Display Energy Certificates (DEC's) and Air Conditioning Inspections (ACI's) on council buildings to assist the NEPO members to comply with their dutis under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive The requirement can be broken down into three separate areas, as follows: Energy Performance Certificates Display Energy Certificates Air Conditioning Inspections
Engineering-related scientific and technical services. Technical services. Technical control services. Technical assistance services. Technical support services. Technical planning services. Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. Energy and related services. Energy-efficiency consultancy services. Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy. Marine research services. Marine services. Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy. Solar energy. Wind-energy generators. Fossil fuels. Gaseous fuels. Solar photovoltaic modules. Transport systems consultancy services. Industry specific software package. Hydrogen. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (‘DECC’) wishes to appoint suppliers for technical support for; determination, evaluation and delivering the UK energy and climate change policies and programmes as part of the Energy Technical Specialist Framework. The key areas of expertise needed are: — Nuclear Technologies LOT 1 — Off-shore wind and the marine environment LOT 2 — Onshore wind LOT 3 — Bioenergy and energy from waste LOT 4 — Solar Thermal technologies LOT 5 — Solar photo voltaic technologies LOT 6 — Hydrogen, fuel cell technologies and synthetic fuels LOT 7 — Hydroelectric and marine technologies (including wave and tidal) LOT 8 — Petrochemical (upstream and downstream) LOT 9—Innovative fossil fuel fired generation LOT 10—Innovative fossil fuel extraction technologies LOT 11 — Geothermal technologies LOT 12 — ICT (including smart grid, smart meters and smart controls) LOT 13 — Energy storage & Demand Side Response (DSR) LOT 14 —Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)LOT 15—Electricity transmission and distribution systems LOT 16 — Gas transmission and distribution systems LOT 17 — Heat networks, space heating and domestic heating (including heat pumps)LOT 18—Technology, science and energy modelling LOT 19 — Energy Efficiency in buildings LOT 20 — Industrial energy efficiency LOT 21 — Transport LOT 22(i)Suppliers have the opportunity to bid for any LOTS or all LOTS. (ii)The framework will consist of 22 LOTS and each LOT will have up to 6 suppliers per LOT.