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GB-UK: Enhanced Individual Protective Equipment

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Other | Published July 13, 2015  -  Deadline July 29, 2015
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THIS REQUIREMENT HAS BEEN ISSUED AS AN SBRI CHALLENGE AND DETAILS CAN BE VIEWED ON THE INNOVATE UK WEBSITE.THIS MOD DCO NOTICE IS PUBLISHED AS A DUPLICATE TO ENSURE FULL COVERAGE. Up to £1m is available for Phase1 of this 2 phase competition funded by the Ministry of Defence (MOD). The mission of the MOD's Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) is "To equip and support our Armed Forces for operations now and in the future." DE&S is responsible for procuring and supporting all the equipment and services for the UK Armed Forces. There is a need to improve the energy consumption of UK MOD military assets through Sustainable Development. This MOD call seeks proposals for novel ideas to reduce the cost of ownership of military assets through innovative approaches to fuel and lubrication use. The primary goal for this research is to meet reductions in operational energy usage targets. A secondary goal is to improve mechanical operation and maintenance techniques through smarter lubricant and fuel use. This challenge is broken into two themes: • Theme 1. Reduce fuel and lubricant consumption. MOD are looking for novel ways to reduce dependency on fuels and lubricants, in a way which reduces asset cost of ownership whilst maintaining or improving capability. Areas of research not limited to: improving efficiency, smart energy management, improving dynamics, novel fuels, reducing lubricant waste, managing the effects of microbiological growth in fuel, waste regeneration and smarter asset employment. • Theme 2. Enhanced operation and maintenance. MOD are looking for novel ways to improve mechanical operation and maintenance techniques of platforms through smarter lubricant and fuel use, in a way which reduces asset cost of ownership whilst maintaining or improving capability. Areas of research not limited to: more effective lubrication, improving contamination detection, reducing contamination, lubricant condition based maintenance, detection and prediction of incipient component failure. Phase 2 funding to develop working prototypes will be available for those projects that demonstrate the greatest potential at the end of the Phase 1 contract. This competition opens on Monday 8th June and will close at 12 noon on Wednesday, 5th August, 2015. A briefing event will be held in London on Tuesday 14 July 2015. Register for this event here. All proposals must be submitted via the Innovate UK portal. Application Process This competition is run by Innovate UK. Open Date: 8th June 2015 Registration Closes: 29th July 2015 Close Date: 5th August 2015

Solar PV Array to Livestock Centre, Exeter

Exeter City Council | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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Solar PV Array to Livestock Centre, Exeter The Livestock Solar PV Project will be the Council’s largest solar array and forms an essential milestone in achieving energy neutrality. Expressions of interest are sought from Solar PV providers of proven experience to deliver this exciting opportunity to install a 1.5MW PV array to the roof of the Livestock Centre. The PV array is to be installed in full collaboration with the planned re-roofing works to comprise of new metal sheets. It should be noted the new roof and PV installation must give consideration to the provision of roof lights and integrated permanent safe access for maintenance. The project is time critical, and to ensure the required FIT tariff is secured all work must be completed and the PV commissioned by 31 December 2015. Expressions of interest are to be sent to: ralm@exeter.gov.uk and must be received no later than Tuesday 30 June 2015. Pre qualification questionnaires will be issued on and up to 30 June 2015. Completed pre qualification questionnaires must be received no later than Tuesday 14 July 2015.

Creation of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS)

PUBLIC POWER SOLUTIONS LIMITED | Published July 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2019
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Creation of a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) arrangement to allow all public bodies to call off contracts for the development,design, funding, construction and operation of Solar Facilities from 500kW to 50MW+ on individual or multiple sites including aggregated projects for the generation of electricity throughout the UK. Expressions of interest sought from organisations meeting the requirements for Solar developments including roof top, ground/water base and car park canopies across the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. Specific Lots: Lot 1 EPC, provision of individual project finance; Lot 2: Construction Finance /Off -Take/Development; Lot 3: ICP, design & construction plant infrastructure & grid connection; Lot 4: PPA Providers, understanding of DECC requirements for FIT-CfD; Lot 5: Legal Services/EU Law/compliance, contracts management; Lot 6: Project Managers, On site H&S, management reporting, site security; Lot 7: Planning Consultancy Services; Lot 8: O&M ongoing management of operational solar park throughout its lifespan; Lot 9: Trust Fund Managers, allocation & management of funds for community projects; Lot 10: Registered Electricity Suppliers wishing to engage in local community schemes and any current or proposed community energy offer. Organisations can express interest in multiple lots providing they are all part of their core business offering. Estimated value excluding VAT: Range: between 50 000 and 65 000 000 GBP

Project Management and Assurance of District Heating Project

Swindon Borough Council | Published June 11, 2015  -  Deadline July 1, 2015
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Swindon District Heating - Project Manager (Consultancy) Swindon Borough Council invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced service providers for the provision of Swindon District Heating Project Manager (consultancy) Scope In April 2014 the Cabinet meeting of Swindon Borough Council agreed that it would, as part of its Swindon's Energy Future programme, match fund a potential grant award from DECC to deliver heat mapping, masterplanning and feasibility work for district heating on identified sites in the Town and its urban extensions. The grant was awarded and match funding has been released; a project manager is now required to ensure successful delivery of the study work and develop a plan to progress towards establishing a district heating network for Swindon. Full details relating to the scope of works are provided in the Request for Quotation (RFQ) document: Contract Period The contract will be initially for a period of 1 year commencing July 2015. This is a competitive tender, and a contract will be awarded to the organisation that is deemed to represent the most economical and advantageous tender. The tender documents are included within this webpage as 'Contract Attachments'. Responses are required to be submitted no later than 1st July, 12.00 local time. Clarifications to the Contract Attachments maybe submitted up to 24th June 2015, 12.00 local time by email to Philippa Venables at pvenables@swindon.gov.uk. Clarification responses will only be uploaded as further Contract Attachments to this webpage on a regular basis, therefore, please check this site on a regular basis as you will not be advised when updates have been made. In the event of technical difficulties down loading Contract Attachments, please refer to the named contacts Philippa Venables at pvenables@swindon.gov.uk. Please note that this Opportunity has been advertised on other web portals, however, supplying the South West is the only portal that includes all the relevant documents required to respond to this opportunity. We would strongly advise that you click on the 'Register interest' button to ensure your consideration for this opportunity is monitored. No Tender submissions will be considered without completing the Contract Attachments and returning them in alignment with the instructions within the Contract Attachments. NO ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF THE CONTRACT ATTACHMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED

Specialist Practitioner for District Heating Project

Swindon Borough Council | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline July 1, 2015
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Swindon District Heating - Specialist Practitioner (Consultancy) Swindon Borough Council invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced service providers for the provision of Swindon District Heating Specialist Practitioner (consultancy) Scope In April 2014 the Cabinet meeting of Swindon Borough Council agreed that it would, as part of its Swindon's Energy Future programme, match fund a potential grant award from DECC to deliver heat mapping, masterplanning and feasibility work for district heating on identified sites in the Town and its urban extensions. The grant was awarded and match funding has been released; a specialist practitioner is now required to assure the process of the study work and develop a plan to progress towards establishing a district heating network for Swindon, involving a robust stakeholder engagement strategy. Full details relating to the scope of works are provided in the Request for Quotation (RFQ) document: Contract Period The contract will be initially for a period of 1 year commencing July 2015. This is a competitive tender, and a contract will be awarded to the organisation that is deemed to represent the most economical and advantageous tender. The tender documents are included within this webpage as 'Contract Attachments'. Responses are required to be submitted no later than 1st July, 12.00 local time. Clarifications to the Contract Attachments maybe submitted up to 24th June 2015, 12.00 local time by email to Philippa Venables at pvenables@swindon.gov.uk. Clarification responses will only be uploaded as further Contract Attachments to this webpage on a regular basis, therefore, please check this site on a regular basis as you will not be advised when updates have been made. In the event of technical difficulties down loading Contract Attachments, please refer to the named contacts Philippa Venables at pvenables@swindon.gov.uk. Please note that this Opportunity has been advertised on other web portals, however, supplying the South West is the only portal that includes all the relevant documents required to respond to this opportunity. We would strongly advise that you click on the 'Register interest' button to ensure your consideration for this opportunity is monitored. No Tender submissions will be considered without completing the Contract Attachments and returning them in alignment with the instructions within the Contract Attachments. NO ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF THE CONTRACT ATTACHMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED

Annual Emissions Testing and Technical Support for Penmount Crematorium

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published June 22, 2015  -  Deadline July 22, 2015
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Penmount Crematorium, owned and operated by Cornwall Council, on the outskirts of Truro, seeks to engage a suitably qualified and experienced contractor, under a 4 year framework agreement, to undertake annual emissions testing and other technical support, as may be necessary. The appointed contractor will be expected to provide the necessary level of service within an indicative total budgetary figure of £30K, covering the proposed duration of the framework agreement. The framework agreement duration will be for a maximum period of 4 years commencing from September 1st, 2015 to 31st, August, 2019 and will primarily require an allocation of 3 working days to be set aside for the purposes of the annual emissions testing requirements and associated technical support on mutually acceptable dates. One working day is considered to be seven and a half hours (i.e. 7 hours and 30 minutes or 7.5 hours). Due to the nature of the programme, the exact hours and days worked can be flexible and could include some evenings and weekends to help minimise travel and accommodation costs, for example. The emissions testing is an annual requirement, normally required around December each year, and any consultation and technical support would be required on an as and when required basis. Technical advice would be likely to encompass the following main areas of expertise: Cremator and abatement plant operation and performance; Helping to ensure the Council continues to comply with current and future environmental legislation; Advice and technical support on any other environmental or energy related matters, such as plant running costs. As a guide, the Council would not normally anticipate requiring more than 5 man days on site per annum, which would include the annual emissions testing work. That said the Council does not bind itself to guaranteeing that any additional days may be required over and above the standard amount likely to be required for just the annual emissions testing requirements. The work required would usually be planned in advance with the provider on mutually convenient dates but there may be occasions when more urgent assistance is required on site, thus we require you to additionally provide an indication of your ‘rapid response time’, from your nearest service base point, and any additional costs that premium service may incur, if required. If you feel your organisation possesses the technical expertise and has the capacity and capabilities to undertake the level of service required then please download the Request For Quotation (RFQ) document, as attached within the following section below, and proceed to complete and return it, as instructed, by the due date for RFQ submissions of Wednesday 22nd July, 2015.
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