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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.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Post Office Limited | Published November 19, 2016

Post Office Portfolio contains approximately 251 electricity sites and 184 gas sites.

Estimated 7 half hourly sites with approximately 4 GWh of consumption.

Estimated 244 sites with approximately 14 GWh of consumption.

Estimated 184 gas sites with approximately 14 GWh of consumption per annum.

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

Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017
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Other additional information: One of the original dates specified for the Supplier Day was incorrect. The correct dates are specified here: BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London in late November/early December, likely to be either Friday 25 November or Thursday 1 December, in support of a proposed Invitation to Tender (ITT).
BEIS is seeking a contractor (or consortium) to develop, in consultation with government technical and analytical experts, a methodology to assess the RD&D needs of low carbon energy demand and supply technologies, sectors and themes towards 2050, pilot and revise the methodology re lessons learned, to give UK government insights into the potential of technology innovation to:
• Reduce deployment costs; • Generate benefit to the UK;
• Meet UK climate change targets Supplier Day: BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London in late November/early December, likely to be either Friday 26 November or Thursday 1 December, in support of a proposed Invitation to Tender (ITT). Please register your interest with us via lowcarboninnovation@decc.gsi.gov.uk and we will advise you of the finalised date. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to one representative per organisation, as space will be restricted.

Research services

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2017

BEIS wishes to commission a project to provide detailed, high-quality current data and analysis on domestic energy consumption in England. In order to effectively design policies to de-carbonise domestic heat and contribute to reducing consumer energy bills, a detailed understanding of how households use energy, as opposed to what is predicted in models, is required. A number of important evidence gaps exist that have not been covered in previous surveys or studies. The research focusses on questions related to primary and secondary heating consumption, temperatures, occupancy patterns, over- and under-heating, understanding variations in energy consumption between similar dwellings, trade-offs made by fuel poor households with regards to energy consumption, electrical appliance use, total household energy consumption, comparisons of energy consumption with Energy Performance Certificates, lighting systems, the current prevalence of smart technologies, damp problems and ventilation.

Research services

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 3, 2016

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is seeking to appoint experienced suppliers to provide delivery of the Energy Technology List Scheme and energy using products policy support services (including modelling, analysis and advice).

Supplier Day:

BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London on the 15th of November 2016, in support of a proposed Invitation to Tender (ITT) for contract(s) to provide: Lot 1: Delivery of the Energy Technology List and Lot 2: Provide Energy Using Products Support Services and the Energy Technology List research programme.

Please register your interest in attending the supplier day us via efficientproducts@decc.gsi.gov.uk. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis as space will be restricted. Please also indicate if you would like to book a 15 minute slot to speak privately to a member of the BEIS team after the presentations.

Operation of electrical installations

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets | Published October 14, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
Within GB territorial waters or the GB Renewable Energy Zone (as defined in the Renewable Energy Zone (Designation of Area) Order 2004 (SI 2004 No.2668). This project is subject to change. The following is currently identified as a qualifying project where we are tendering for the grant of an offshore transmission licence.

Research services

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for each of the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs):

Lot 1 Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT).

Lot 2 Hydrogen (Hydrogen).

Lot 3 Solar Heating and Cooling (SHC).

Lot 4 Demand-Side Management (DSM).

Lot 5 Energy Storage (ECES).

Lot 6 Geothermal (Geothermal).

The contract is to be for a period of 26 months unless terminated or extended by the Department in accordance with the terms of the contract. There is a possibility that the contract will be extended for up to a further 3 years at BEIS' discretion.

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 1 Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT).

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 2 Hydrogen (Hydrogen).

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 3 Solar Heating and Cooling (SHC).

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 4Demand-Side Management (DSM).

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 5 Energy Storage (ECES).

The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy are looking for an expert in their field with a strong network of contacts across their industry to act as an alternate delegate for the following International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP):

Lot 6 Geothermal (Geothermal TCP).

Business analysis consultancy services

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Market Analysis Services.

This tender is for the provision of services in relation to information regarding a range of markets in the energy sector and related climate change technologies and markets. It is intended to provide up to three years of service in the form of a number of users across at least five teams in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Please note that this service is expected to cover energy and related climate sectors and markets only.

We anticipate that respondents would offer this service via access to their pre-existing online portal of information. This should include up to date financial, analytical, commercial and political assessments of relevant markets (including projections), projects, actors (including companies and countries), policy and regulations, technologies, international comparisons, rankings of performance and market and corporate information. Such reports and data should be downloadable in MS Office formats so that it can be interrogated and amended where necessary by the department.

District heating

Compliant Procurement Solutions | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017

District heating. District heating boiler. Billing system. Metering instruments. Flow-meters. Meters. Energy meters. Electronic meters. Electricity meters. Meter reading service. CPS are seeking tenders for the services involved with communal heating and has split this requirement into 3 lots, namely:

— Lot 1: Billing Software and meter reading,

— Lot 2: Credit Billing and Meter Reading,

— Lot 3: Prepayment Billing and Meter Reading.

Provision of billing software that would allow contracting authorities to in-source utility billing where they are the utility provider.

Provision of a credit billing services whereby a third party supplier manages the meter reading, billing and money collection on behalf of the contracting authority.

Provision of prepayment billing solutions that generally require installation of equipment which is then used to manage meter data collection and payment for utilities.

Design and execution of research and development

Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 8, 2016

BEIS is seeking a contractor (or consortium) to develop, in consultation with government technical and analytical experts, a methodology to assess the RD&D needs of low carbon energy demand and supply technologies, sectors and themes towards 2050, pilot and revise the methodology re lessons learned, to give UK government insights into the potential of technology innovation to:

— Reduce deployment costs;

— Generate benefit to the UK;

— Meet UK climate change targets.

Supplier Day:

BEIS will be holding a Supplier Day in London in late November/early December, likely to be either Friday 25 November or Thursday 1 December, in support of a proposed Invitation to Tender (ITT).

Please register your interest with us via lowcarboninnovation@decc.gsi.gov.uk and we will advise you of the finalised date. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to 1 representative per organisation, as space will be restricted.

Recruitment services

Department for Culture, Media and Sport | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

DCMS is seeking a recruitment provider, suitably experienced in Cyber Security recruitment, in order to fulfil the requirement to recruit apprentices into the cyber security profession for the target sectors. To deliver end-to-end recruitment, including assessment, associated marketing to potential applicants and on-boarding of the cyber security apprentices.

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is seeking a recruitment provider, suitably experienced in Cyber Security recruitment, in order to fulfil the requirement to recruit apprentices into the cyber security profession for the target sectors.

This invitation to tender is for services to:

—Deliver end-to-end recruitment, including assessment, associated marketing to potential applicants and on-boarding of the cyber security apprentices.

The apprentices will be recruited to be employed in the energy and transport sectors, and will be trained under the Cyber Security Level 4 Apprenticeship Standards — Cyber Security Technologist (including both Cyber Security Technologist and Cyber Risk Analyst specialisms) and Cyber Intrusion Analyst, as set out in the published standards and accompanying Occupational Briefs and Assessment Plans.

This will be for the first phase of recruitment, with further phases potentially delivering for employers in other critical sectors and under other cyber security Apprenticeship standards as they become available.

The scope of the services being tendered covers recruitment of individuals to take up cyber security apprenticeships with employers in target sectors, initially energy and transport, including delivering a rigorous assessment to ensure high calibre candidates. As the service required is to deliver end-to-end recruitment, also included will be associated marketing required to attract applicants, and on-boarding of successful applicants.

Delivery will be required in phases, with one or more cohorts of apprentices throughout the years of the contract. In subsequent years these and further standards may be relevant, as further cyber security standards are developed. Further critical sectors may also be included in subsequent years.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 3, 2016

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is seeking to establish a Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract which can be accessed by other government departments.

The FCO wishes to work with potential framework participants capable of providing complex high value overseas programme design, build, implementation and management support (or other services to be defined) across a potential range of themes i.e:- Anti Corruption, Better Health, Business Environment,

Education, Energy, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Innovation, Low Carbon, Smart Cities, Trade.

The FCO wish to discuss the design, content, requirements and management of the framework with potential contractors at a Market Engagement event in mid November 2016, details of which will be made available to Suppliers that register on the FCO's eSourcing Procurement Portal (https://fco.bravosolution.co.uk). It is anticipated that the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Framework Contract will commence from April 2017.

Overseas design, build, implementation and management of programme support (in addition to other services) in support of the Cross Whitehall Prosperity Fund.

Research and experimental development services

Business Energy & Industrial Strategy | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016

This tender specification covers the scope of work for the initial phase of a five-year programme of R&D on digital nuclear reactor design in the following areas:

— Work package 1:

o Virtual Engineering;

o Modelling and Simulation.

— Work package 2:

o Thermal Hydraulics Model Development;

o UK National Nuclear Thermal Hydraulic Facility Specification.

For background information, the full specification and further information on this project please see the ITT.

The Department for Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is advertising the following tender opportunity and specification covering the scope of work for the initial phase of a 5-year programme of R&D on digital nuclear reactor design in the following areas:

—Work package 1:

o Virtual Engineering;

o Modelling and Simulation;

—Work package 2:

o Thermal Hydraulics Model Development;

o UK National Nuclear Thermal Hydraulic Facility Specification.

For background information, the full specification and further information on this project please see the ITT.

Composite Conductor Rail Systems

Transport for London — London Underground | Published November 10, 2016

Transport for London (TfL)

Transport for London (TfL) was created in 2000 as the integrated body responsible for London's transport system. TfL is a functional body of the Greater London Authority. Its primary role is to implement the Mayor of London's Transport Strategy and manage transport services to, from and within London.

TfL manages London's buses, the Tube network, Docklands Light Railway, TfL Rail, Overground and Trams. TfL also runs Santander Cycles, London River Services, Victoria Coach Station, the Emirates Air Line and London Transport Museum.

As well as controlling a 580 km network of main roads and the city's 6 000 traffic lights, TfL also regulates London's taxis and private hire vehicles and the Congestion Charge scheme.

Further background on what TfL does can be found on the TfL website here: https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/about-tfl/what-we-do

The project

With a view to improving energy efficiency, London Underground has a long term business plan to replace the existing steel conductor rails currently used on its network.

However, within the deep tube sections of the network (Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Northern) where the steel square 64 kg, 42 kg and angle iron conductor rails are currently in use, there is insufficient clearance to install any of the approved conductor rail systems.

The angle iron system is used for the positive conductor rail on the Central Line between White City and Liverpool Street and the steel square sections are used as positive conductor rails on other lines, due to space constraint.

The objective of this project is to develop a new composite conductor rail system to fit these constrained areas of the network and to improve the energy efficiency.

Market engagement approach & invitation to participate

We are intending to undertake an Early Market Engagement to help develop TfL's understanding of the supply market and its appetite to engage in a new form of procurement called Innovation Partnership as one of several possible procurement procedures under consideration by TfL in order to work with us to develop a solution to our problem.

This market engagement would then help inform TfL's intended procurement approach.

We will aim to build interest and collate valuable feedback from the market ahead of beginning any related procurement to ensure the market is informed and encouraged to participate.

Submission of expression of interest

If you would like to participate in this market engagement, please submit your expression of interest via email to TrackProcurement@tfl.gov.uk, marked for the attention of Napoleon Yao by 17:00 on Wednesday 23.11.2016.

Suppliers should provide company and key contact details accompanied by a short description of their company's capabilities in regards to the project which will be used by Transport for London for engagement planning purposes.

Please title your email: Organisation Name — Confirmation of your interest in Transport for London's Composite Conductor Rail Project Early Market Engagement.

Organisations responding with an expression of interest to participate in the market engagement will be invited to a supplier briefing on Wednesday 30th November 2016, to be held between 13:00 and 16:00 in central London. TfL reserves the right to forward an invite to the Industry Day depending on the capacity of the venue.

The Agenda of this briefing will cover our challenges, our intended procurement approach (which is subject to ongoing review) and answer any questions you have. A formal Agenda will be released with an invitation nearer the time.

Following this, we will issue a Market Sounding Questionnaire, the results of which will be used to inform our procurement approach and any subsequent tendering process.

Terms of the market engagement

This PIN is issued solely for the purposes of the market engagement. No information contained in this document, or provided during and for the market engagement exercise, constitutes any commitment by LUL, TfL or any other member of the TfL group or any of its or their stakeholders to undertake any procurement exercise in the future.

This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works for TfL and TfL is not bound to accept any proposals offered. TfL is not liable for any costs, fees or expenses incurred by any party participating in the market engagement.

Any possible future procurement of any services, supplies or works by TfL would be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Utilities Regulations.

Direct or indirect canvassing of any Transport for London employee or agent by any supplier concerning this requirement, or any attempt to procure information from any TfL employee or agent concerning this PIN outside of the formal process described in this document may result in the disqualification of the supplier from consideration of any future procurement activity.

No information contained in this document or in any communication made between Transport for London and any supplier in connection with this shall be relied upon as constituting a contract, agreement or representation that any contract shall be offered in accordance with this PIN.

Composite Conductor Rail Systems

Transport for London | Published November 10, 2016

Transport for London (TfL)

Transport for London (TfL) was created in 2000 as the integrated body responsible for London's transport system. TfL is a functional body of the Greater London Authority. Its primary role is to implement the Mayor of London's Transport Strategy and manage transport services to, from and within London.

TfL manages London's buses, the Tube network, Docklands Light Railway, TfL Rail, Overground and Trams. TfL also runs Santander Cycles, London River Services, Victoria Coach Station, the Emirates Air Line and London Transport Museum.

As well as controlling a 580 km network of main roads and the city's 6 000 traffic lights, TfL also regulates London's taxis and private hire vehicles and the Congestion Charge scheme.

Further background on what TfL does can be found on the TfL website here: https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/about-tfl/what-we-do

The project

With a view to improving energy efficiency, London Underground has a long term business plan to replace the existing steel conductor rails currently used on its network.

However, within the deep tube sections of the network (Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Northern) where the steel square 64 kg, 42 kg and angle iron conductor rails are currently in use, there is insufficient clearance to install any of the approved conductor rail systems.

The angle iron system is used for the positive conductor rail on the Central Line between White City and Liverpool Street and the steel square sections are used as positive conductor rails on other lines, due to space constraint.

The objective of this project is to develop a new composite conductor rail system to fit these constrained areas of the network and to improve the energy efficiency.

Market engagement approach & invitation to participate

We are intending to undertake an Early Market Engagement to help develop TfL's understanding of the supply market and its appetite to engage in a new form of procurement called Innovation Partnership as one of several possible procurement procedures under consideration by TfL in order to work with us to develop a solution to our problem.

This market engagement would then help inform TfL's intended procurement approach.

We will aim to build interest and collate valuable feedback from the market ahead of beginning any related procurement to ensure the market is informed and encouraged to participate.

Submission of expression of interest

If you would like to participate in this market engagement, please submit your expression of interest via email to TrackProcurement@tfl.gov.uk, marked for the attention of Napoleon Yao by 17:00 on Wednesday 23.11.2016.

Suppliers should provide company and key contact details accompanied by a short description of their company's capabilities in regards to the project which will be used by Transport for London for engagement planning purposes.

Please title your email: Organisation Name — Confirmation of your interest in Transport for London's Composite Conductor Rail Project Early Market Engagement.

Organisations responding with an expression of interest to participate in the market engagement will be invited to a supplier briefing on Wednesday 30th November 2016, to be held between 13:00 and 16:00 in central London. TfL reserves the right to forward an invite to the Industry Day depending on the capacity of the venue.

The Agenda of this briefing will cover our challenges, our intended procurement approach (which is subject to ongoing review) and answer any questions you have. A formal Agenda will be released with an invitation nearer the time.

Following this, we will issue a Market Sounding Questionnaire, the results of which will be used to inform our procurement approach and any subsequent tendering process.

Terms of the market engagement

This PIN is issued solely for the purposes of the market engagement. No information contained in this document, or provided during and for the market engagement exercise, constitutes any commitment by LUL, TfL or any other member of the TfL group or any of its or their stakeholders to undertake any procurement exercise in the future.

This PIN does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services, supplies or works for TfL and TfL is not bound to accept any proposals offered. TfL is not liable for any costs, fees or expenses incurred by any party participating in the market engagement.

Any possible future procurement of any services, supplies or works by TfL would be carried out strictly in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Utilities Regulations.

Direct or indirect canvassing of any Transport for London employee or agent by any supplier concerning this requirement, or any attempt to procure information from any TfL employee or agent concerning this PIN outside of the formal process described in this document may result in the disqualification of the supplier from consideration of any future procurement activity.

No information contained in this document or in any communication made between Transport for London and any supplier in connection with this shall be relied upon as constituting a contract, agreement or representation that any contract shall be offered in accordance with this PIN.

R&D on Advanced Nuclear Fuel

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) | Published November 6, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Streategy (BEIS) is issuing this tender to cover the scope of work for the initial phase of a five-year integrated programme of R&D on advanced nuclear fuels in the following areas:
•Accident tolerant fuels and cladding development
•Coated particle fuels
•Plutonium based fuel
•Reactor physics modelling
•Nuclear data For background information, the full specification and further information on this project please see the ITT.
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