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Technical services for assessing the energy performance of buildings

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published April 1, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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48100000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; and the Department of Communities and Local Government wishes to appoint suppliers for technical support for development and maintaining the methodologies for assessing the energy performance of buildings and associated mechanisms and software. .The key areas of expertise needed are: LOT 1: Maintaining and developing the SAP National Calculation Methodology and energy assessment models and the operation of the process for the consideration of new technologies; and ad-hoc technical support for SAP LOT 2: The maintenance and development of the products characteristic database LOT 3: Testing third party produced SAP software LOT 4: Quality assurance of SAP model LOT 5: Maintaining and developing the Simplified Building Energy Model and its associated interface tool LOT 6: The maintenance of SBEM Appendix Q LOT 7: Testing third party produced SBEM and non-domestic EPBD software

Building and facilities management services

Museum of London | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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79993000, 79993100, 71334000, 71248000, 71541000

The Museum of London is seeking an Estate Maintenance provider for services including: planned and reactive maintenance; repair and operation of building services (including environmental control) and equipment; limited fabric maintenance; energy management; help desk provision; CAFM provision; and potentially limited project management services; as described in the contract documents. Key services incorporate public health, mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems as contained within this contract across 3 sites.

The Museum of London is seeking a Estates Maintenance provider for the planned and reactive maintenance, repair and operation of building services, equipment and engineering services, limited fabric maintenance, energy management, and help desk, etc. as described in the contract documents. Services will incorporate the public health, mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems contained within this contract across three sites. There may be further opportunities to provide Project Management Services.

Risk Analysis Services - Understanding the forces and energy in the electrification system during de-wirements

RAIL SAFETY AND STANDARDS BOARD LIMITED | Published April 6, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
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73000000

RSSB project T1060 - Forces during de-wirements (overhead line de-wirements) is already in delivery and aims to understand the forces during dewirements. Two work packages have already been completed: WP01 - Desktop review and suggested scenarios for WP02 and WP02 - Calculation and understanding the forces produced during a de-wirement looked at helping to categorise previous de-wirement incidents and to investigate the forces involved. Further research is now needed to support an analysis of the issues that lead to a de-wirement incident and the potential consequences to the infrastructure, rolling stock, travelling, general public and railway staff as the result of a de-wirement incident. The cost of operational delay, infrastructure and rolling stock repairs, injuries and consequential risk should also be considered. For full details please see Appendix F

Industry specific software package

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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48100000, 71350000, 71356000, 71314000, 72212600, 48986000, 51200000, 71630000, 71632000, 72224200, 72225000, 72222300, 72223000, 72267100, 48000000

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; and the Department of Communities and Local Government wishes to appoint suppliers for technical support for development and maintaining the methodologies for assessing the energy performance of buildings and associated mechanisms and software. .The key areas of expertise needed are:

LOT 1: Maintaining and developing the SAP National Calculation Methodology and energy assessment models and the operation of the process for the consideration of new technologies; and ad-hoc technical support for SAP.

LOT 2: The maintenance and development of the products characteristic database.

LOT 3: Testing third party produced SAP software.

LOT 4: Quality assurance of SAP model.

LOT 5: Maintaining and developing the Simplified Building Energy Model and its associated interface tool.

LOT 6: The maintenance of SBEM Appendix Q.

LOT 7: Testing third party produced SBEM and non-domestic EPBD software.

—Development, refinement and creation of the energy assessment methodologies and models.

—This requires production of standards; production of change proposals; reviews and validation of models and model assumptions; production of consultations documents and recommendations to Government based on analysis of responses to those consultations; and general provision of advice and guidance material, including:

—Updating fuel cost and carbon emissions factors;

—Amending guidance;

—Responding to stakeholder queries;

—Researching technologies and innovations; stakeholder engagement on model improvement;

—Developing the assessment process in Green Deal to support policy needs;

—Administrative processes to support programme delivery including quarterly meetings, reports to the project manager, risk analysis of delivery, financial reporting and logging and monitoring of issues raised by stakeholders;

—Designing and running a process to encourage innovation; and

—Providing Ad-hoc technical advice.

Ensuring the products characteristics database allows for the inclusion of products, and ensure that there are robust methodologies for verifying the testing of these products.

Assessing manufacturers applications for entry to the database, including validation of performance claims; producing monthly downloadable updates; producing progress reports and information.

This will include protecting (from malicious attacks) the database, the data, data access points, related software and system procedures.

Deal with stakeholder applications for listing on the database; provide ad hoc support to BEIS; etc.

Monitoring and evaluation of performance of database.

— Maintain and develop software testing procedures, test models and the supporting documentation.

— Test third party software and produce test reports.

— Make recommendations for software approval.

— Provide advice to software providers.

—Produce a change notification system, with change notices, to notify software providers of changes to the software that are required and to ensure that those changes are introduced into the software by a predetermined date.

— Carry out quality assurance checks.

— Provide technical and policy related advice to BEIS, as required, flexibly fielding ad hoc requests for advice and information.

— Undertake periodic quality assurance activities to ensure standards are maintained.

— Monitor and evaluation performance in the management of software testing.

Provision of a system so the model might be tested to ensure it remains robust and of a high quality.

Through this lot, DCLG aims to:

— Ensure the continued accessibility and usability of the iSBEM tool and the associated guidance, including information relating to SBEM.

— Ensure that the SBEM methodology and iSBEM are maintained and reasonably free from bugs, inconsistencies and errors.

— Provide a flexible mechanism to meet DCLG requirements for additional expert technical support, as and when required, in relation to all matters detailed in this lot.

— Ensure that there exists an effective mechanism for the incorporation of innovative technologies within SBEM.

— Provide a flexible mechanism to meet DCLG requirements for additional expert technical support, as and when required, in relation to all matters detailed in this lot.

Through this lot, DCLG aims to:

— Ensure that dynamic simulation models (DSMs) and software applications of SBEM and ORCalc are consistent in their use of the relevant National Calculation Methodology (NCM) and to make recommendations for approval of software applications to DCLG.

— Ensure software for air conditioning inspection reports generate reports to the specification and standard specified by DCLG.

— Ensure that software providers operate and work to an appropriate quality assurance standard.

— Ensure outputs from software such as Energy Performance Certificates, Display Energy Certificates and Air Conditioning Inspection Reports are fit for purpose.

— Provide a flexible mechanism to meet DCLG requirements for additional expert technical support, and when required, in relation to all matters detailed in this lot.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published April 26, 2017
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73000000

The Department intends to appoint a programme management contractor to manage the delivery of a programme to demonstrate and de-risk the use of hydrogen for heating in UK homes and businesses. The contractor will provide the programme and technical expertise to co-ordinate a complex hydrogen innovation programme. This programme will serve to support and inform future policy appraisal in Government and to inform the development of policies and measures to meet UK carbon budgets. The programme is intended to run over 3 years and will consist of 9 packages of: (1) Programme management, (2) Definition of a hydrogen quality standard, (3) Establishing an appliance and equipment testing capability, (4) Development of domestic hydrogen appliances, (5) Understanding commercial appliances, (6) Understanding industrial appliances, (7) Assessment of suitability of existing buildings, (8) Trialling hydrogen appliances in unoccupied buildings, (7) Preparations for testing appliances in domestic setting.

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is looking to undertake an innovation programme of up to 25 000 000 GBP to de-risk and demonstrate the use of hydrogen for heat in UK homes and businesses and the Department intends to appoint a programme management contractor to manage the delivery of this programme.

Museum of London Estates Maintenance Services

Museum of London | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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79993000

The Museum of London is seeking an Estate Maintenance provider for services including: planned and reactive maintenance; repair and operation of building services (including environmental control) and equipment; limited fabric maintenance; energy management; help desk provision; CAFM provision; and potentially limited project management services; as described in the contract documents. Key services incorporate public health, mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems as contained within this contract across three sites.

P5215 Barkantine District Heating Expansion Project

Tower Hamlets | Published April 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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45333000

Contract Title: Barkantine District Heating Expansion Project - Contract Number P5215 The London Borough of Tower Hamlets (LBTH) is seeking expressions of interest from interested organisations for the above services. Description: The project seeks to identify the potential to expand the existing Barkantine district heating facility. The project will include updating the heat mapping undertaken for the area, analyse the potential future energy demands and investigate the technological and financial feasibility for delivery of an expansion of energy centre and pipework. The project will incorporate three distinct phases: • heat mapping and energy masterplanning • the initial techno-economic assessment of expansion options • detailed techno-economic assessment of recommended option The Barkantine heat network currently serves approximately 700 residential units, school, leisure facility and commercial units and has been successfully supplying low cost, low carbon heat and electricity for over 15 years. The need for expansion is due to the high level of proposed development in the vicinity of the network and the desire to meet the energy requirements through low carbon, sustainable measures. The project will ultimately provide a recommendation to the Council on the most appropriate expansion option for the Barkantine heat network. The anticipated contract start date is: Monday, 12 June 2017 The estimated value of the contract is: Maximum of £90,000 Total Cost For a period of: 3 Months Organisations wishing to express their interest are requested to register on the London Tenders Portal (www.londontenders.org) where the tender documentation will be available for download. You may be required to complete a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ). Organisations must ensure that access to the system is available to their representatives dealing with the contract. The council will not be liable for the lack of delegated access within the organisation and will not send any documentation regarding the contract, which shall be exclusively available through the portal. Tenderers are responsible for allowing sufficient time to submit their ITT/PQQ. The Council accepts no liability whatsoever for ITT/PQQs that are not submitted due to internet connectivity issues, transmission delays or errors. Deadline for return of quotation is: Friday, 12 May 2017 12 Noon LBTH is an Equal Opportunities Employer and a supporter of Ethical Governance, our protocol can be found here along with Guidance to Suppliers and Providers. Or via: http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/ LBTH does not undertake to invite all applicants or bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. LBTH will not be liable for any costs incurred in tendering for this contract. If you require any further information please contact: procurement@towerhamlets.gov.uk stating the contract reference number.

Appraising different types of hydrogen appliance

Business Energy and Industrial Strategy | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
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09123000

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy wishes commission a project to appraise different approaches to providing hydrogen appliances in UK homes, should there be a future transition from natural gas to hydrogen. Heat refers to any energy that is used, or might be used, for the purposes of heating or cooling in buildings, including cooking, providing hot water and in industrial processes. The Climate Change Act places a statutory obligation on the UK Government to make an 80% reduction in 1990 greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Achieving nearly zero carbon heating continues to be identified by government analysis as an important feature of any lowest cost pathway to 2050. Heat currently accounts for ~48% of UK energy consumption and approximately one third of our greenhouse gas emissions. On the 14/12/16, Baroness Neville Rolfe gave a speech at the Policy Exchange's Heat Summit on heat decarbonisation. For more information see Baroness Neville Rolfe's keynote speech from the Policy Exchange event "The Heat Summit: How Can We Decarbonise Heating?" Converting the gas grid to hydrogen is one potential option for decarbonising part of the UK's heat demand. A Supplier Day was held on 21/5/17. Slides from the event are published alongside this ITT. Non-attendance at the Supplier Day does not preclude you from further involvement in the tender process. Questions and answers raised during the Supplier Day will be published alongside this ITT in the next few days. Any further questions can also be asked to jenna.owen@beis.gov.uk and all responses will be provided and published to all interested parties in an anonymised form. Description: This project will seek to appraise the following three variations in approach to providing hydrogen appliances in UK homes should there be a transition from natural gas to hydrogen: a) Appliances fully replaced: Natural gas appliances removed and hydrogen appliances installed in their place. b) Appliances adapted: Natural gas appliances have components that can be easily switched-out to allow conversion to hydrogen. c) Dual fuel appliances: Appliances will be capable of burning both natural gas and hydrogen. For the purposes of this project, "appliances" will be defined as: domestic gas boilers, ovens, hobs and fires. This project will consider the cost, performance, practicality and technical feasibility of the three variations in approach to hydrogen appliances identified above. It will seek to understand, the trade-offs and preferred market conditions for the development of each variation. The precise research questions that we are looking for the contractor to address are included in the ITT attached. The contractors will be invited to propose a methodology which would best meet the overall aim and objectives above for approval by BEIS. The methodology proposed must make clear how contractors will deliver new robust evidence, and add value to the evidence base.

Street-lighting equipment

Glasgow City Council | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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34928500, 34928530, 45310000, 45316110, 64200000, 32510000, 72720000, 72268000, 72261000

The council requires a web-hosted Central Management System (CMS) that allows the LED lighting across the city of Glasgow to be controlled. The council will be procuring circa 3 500 LED lanterns as part of this procurement exercise. The contractor will be required to manage an installation schedule, to be complete for December 2018, that ensures the LED lanterns and the CMS are simultaneously installed and fully compatible. The contractor will be required to maintain the CMS through the life of the contract. The CMS will be required to be sufficiently scalable to add up to circa 20 000 LED lanterns through 2 subsequent installations during the initial contract term.

The council requires a web-hosted Central Management System (CMS) that allows the LED lighting across the city of Glasgow to be controlled; to reduce energy consumption and manage the lighting levels and reporting on failures. A communications network that carries the commands from the CMS to the lights and information from the lamps with sufficient bandwidth and density of aggregation points and light sensors to meet the needs of each area covered. This network shall facilitate the communication from other sensors associated with a Smart City. The CMS must be approved for use under the Balance and Settlement Code (BSC) by Elexon (https://www.elexon.co.uk/reference/technical-operations/unmetered-supplies/central-management-systems/). Glasgow City Council will be procuring circa 3 500 LED lanterns as part of this procurement exercise. The contractor will be required to manage an installation schedule, to be complete for December 2018, that ensures the LED lanterns and the CMS are simultaneously installed and fully compatible. The contractor will be required to maintain the CMS through the life of the contract. The CMS will be required to be sufficiently scalable to add up to circa 20 000 LED lanterns through two subsequent installations during the initial term of the contract. These additional installations are subject to further approval and funding by the council.

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