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Lead Designer and Architect, New Office Building, Tolvaddon Energy Park, Cornwall

 | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline March 9, 2016
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71200000

Lead Designer and Architect, New Office Building, Tolvaddon Energy Park, Cornwall

EXEseed Construction Contractors' Framework Agreement for Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Exeter City Council | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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45200000, 45212110, 45212212, 45213311, 45213100, 45210000, 45212100, 45212000, 45211360, 45211350, 45000000, 45233262, 45215100, 45215222

Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking to establish a framework agreement for three Lots of construction contractors pursuant to the procurement process commenced under this contract notice. The Exeter Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments Framework (the ‘EXEseed Framework’) procurement aims to appoint construction contractors capable of delivering a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments/projects for the Authority and other contracting authorities in England and Wales. An example list of the other contracting authorities that will be able to ‘call-off’ works contracts pursuant to the EXEseed Framework is set out in section VI.3 of this contract notice (the ‘Other Contracting Bodies’). It is the Authority's vision to promote and deliver exemplar public buildings across Exeter. Fundamental to this vision is the delivery of housing and public buildings that promote low energy consumption, create a healthy and comfortable internal environment and buildings that are sufficiently robust to withstand future predicted climatic changes. The EXEseed Framework is an integral part of the delivery of such vision and a means for mobilising local, regional and national contractors to work alongside the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies to construct and deliver a portfolio of projects over the next three to four years. Sustainable energy efficient developments have been the trademark of the Authority for the last seven years. It has pioneered the development of new council housing to the certified Passivhaus standard, including the successful delivery of the UK's first multi-residential Passivhaus development. The Authority now wishes to expand its sustainable aspirations and deliver a pipeline of approximately 60 million GBP of sustainable energy efficient developments across Exeter encompassing both commercial and residential uses and including new developments such as a leisure complex with swimming pool, extra care homes and new Authority housing stock. Integral to the Authority's requirements for the EXEseed Framework is the delivery of three key environmental factors which have been identified as being critical to the design, development and operation of all new Authority buildings in Exeter. These environmental factors exist to: (i) provide buildings which have long term low energy running costs per annum; (ii) provide buildings that are healthy for their users, residents and operators, and adopt ‘Building Biology’ principles; and (iii) provide buildings that are ‘future proof’ to climate change up to 2080, together the ‘Environmental Factors’. The EXEseed Framework: (i) will help share learning and experience and enable contractors to develop their learning practice and work with a client base beyond the boundaries of Exeter. To this end, the EXEseed Framework will be open to Other Contracting Bodies to deliver call-off projects. Discussions have already commenced with several local authorities and universities that have expressed an interest in procuring new public sustainable energy efficient developments themselves; (ii) is intended to promote sustainable energy efficient development opportunities for a range of potential contractors, small and large. Three Lot categories have been designed to encourage SMEs as well as medium-sized and larger contractors to express an interest and it is hoped that a spectrum of contractors will eventually make up the EXEseed Framework offering the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies an appropriate selection of contractors for the Authority's foreseeable pipeline of projects and any other construction projects. The Lot bandings are as follows: Lot A (small projects) 50 000 GBP to 1 499 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; Lot B (medium-sized projects) 1 500 000 GBP to 999 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; and Lot C (large-scale projects) 10 000 000 GBP and over — up to six contractors to be appointed; (iii) will be underpinned by a requirement to achieve the Environmental Factors for all call-off projects. Experience has shown that the culture of the project delivery members needs to be one of openness, honesty, collaboration, innovation, willingness to learn and a positive ‘can do’ attitude. It is vital that the behaviours which encourage openness, collaboration, innovation and a ‘can do’ attitude, are present at all levels through a contractor's organisation. In addition, such culture, values and behaviours will need to accord with the Authority's Framework Objectives (as set out in the Framework Manual and the draft Framework Agreement), including providing an environment which enables equality of opportunity and training for all. Demonstrating the above values within the culture of the Appointed Contractors to the EXEseed Framework is fundamental to creating the ‘One Team’ attitude required on every call-off project to be delivered with the Authority under the EXEseed Framework. This ‘One Team’ approach encompasses suppliers, subcontractors, main contractors, consultants and the Authority team. It is intended that the EXEseed Framework will have a term of three years from the commencement date of the Framework Agreement, with the Authority retaining the option to extend the term of the Framework Agreement for a further year. This will provide the Authority with flexibility to realign the arrangements to reflect prevailing market conditions in future years. Applicants should note that call-off agreement to deliver Works called-off under the Framework Agreement may, where applicable, continue beyond the end of the term of the Framework Agreement. The EXESEED Framework will be divided into Lots to enable a wide range of contractors to become involved, from SME's to national and international construction companies. The Authority is leading the way in public sector procurement of sustainable construction, meaning that the EXESEED Framework will provide an excellent marketing tool for all contractors that are engaged and/or appointed to the EXESEED Framework, given its potential to advance participants to the very forefront of energy efficient construction.

EXEseed Construction Contractors' Framework Agreement for Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Exeter City Council | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) is seeking to establish a framework agreement for three Lots of construction contractors pursuant to the procurement process commenced under this contract notice. The Exeter Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments Framework (the ‘EXEseed Framework’) procurement aims to appoint construction contractors capable of delivering a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments/projects for the Authority and other contracting authorities in England and Wales. An example list of the other contracting authorities that will be able to ‘call-off’ works contracts pursuant to the EXEseed Framework is set out in section VI.3 of this contract notice (the ‘Other Contracting Bodies’). It is the Authority's vision to promote and deliver exemplar public buildings across Exeter. Fundamental to this vision is the delivery of housing and public buildings that promote low energy consumption, create a healthy and comfortable internal environment and buildings that are sufficiently robust to withstand future predicted climatic changes. The EXEseed Framework is an integral part of the delivery of such vision and a means for mobilising local, regional and national contractors to work alongside the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies to construct and deliver a portfolio of projects over the next three to four years. Sustainable energy efficient developments have been the trademark of the Authority for the last seven years. It has pioneered the development of new council housing to the certified Passivhaus standard, including the successful delivery of the UK's first multi-residential Passivhaus development. The Authority now wishes to expand its sustainable aspirations and deliver a pipeline of approximately 60 million GBP of sustainable energy efficient developments across Exeter encompassing both commercial and residential uses and including new developments such as a leisure complex with swimming pool, extra care homes and new Authority housing stock. Integral to the Authority's requirements for the EXEseed Framework is the delivery of three key environmental factors which have been identified as being critical to the design, development and operation of all new Authority buildings in Exeter. These environmental factors exist to: (i) provide buildings which have long term low energy running costs per annum; (ii) provide buildings that are healthy for their users, residents and operators, and adopt ‘Building Biology’ principles; and (iii) provide buildings that are ‘future proof’ to climate change up to 2080, together the ‘Environmental Factors’. The EXEseed Framework: (i) will help share learning and experience and enable contractors to develop their learning practice and work with a client base beyond the boundaries of Exeter. To this end, the EXEseed Framework will be open to Other Contracting Bodies to deliver call-off projects. Discussions have already commenced with several local authorities and universities that have expressed an interest in procuring new public sustainable energy efficient developments themselves; (ii) is intended to promote sustainable energy efficient development opportunities for a range of potential contractors, small and large. Three Lot categories have been designed to encourage SMEs as well as medium-sized and larger contractors to express an interest and it is hoped that a spectrum of contractors will eventually make up the EXEseed Framework offering the Authority and Other Contracting Bodies an appropriate selection of contractors for the Authority's foreseeable pipeline of projects and any other construction projects. The Lot bandings are as follows: Lot A (small projects) 50 000 GBP to 1 499 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; Lot B (medium-sized projects) 1 500 000 GBP to 999 999 GBP — up to eight contractors to be appointed; and Lot C (large-scale projects) 10 000 000 GBP and over — up to six contractors to be appointed; (iii) will be underpinned by a requirement to achieve the Environmental Factors for all call-off projects. Experience has shown that the culture of the project delivery members needs to be one of openness, honesty, collaboration, innovation, willingness to learn and a positive ‘can do’ attitude. It is vital that the behaviours which encourage openness, collaboration, innovation and a ‘can do’ attitude, are present at all levels through a contractor's organisation. In addition, such culture, values and behaviours will need to accord with the Authority's Framework Objectives (as set out in the Framework Manual and the draft Framework Agreement), including providing an environment which enables equality of opportunity and training for all. Demonstrating the above values within the culture of the Appointed Contractors to the EXEseed Framework is fundamental to creating the ‘One Team’ attitude required on every call-off project to be delivered with the Authority under the EXEseed Framework. This ‘One Team’ approach encompasses suppliers, subcontractors, main contractors, consultants and the Authority team. It is intended that the EXEseed Framework will have a term of three years from the commencement date of the Framework Agreement, with the Authority retaining the option to extend the term of the Framework Agreement for a further year. This will provide the Authority with flexibility to realign the arrangements to reflect prevailing market conditions in future years. Applicants should note that call-off agreement to deliver Works called-off under the Framework Agreement may, where applicable, continue beyond the end of the term of the Framework Agreement. The EXESEED Framework will be divided into Lots to enable a wide range of contractors to become involved, from SME's to national and international construction companies. The Authority is leading the way in public sector procurement of sustainable construction, meaning that the EXESEED Framework will provide an excellent marketing tool for all contractors that are engaged and/or appointed to the EXESEED Framework, given its potential to advance participants to the very forefront of energy efficient construction.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Dextco Limited | Published May 10, 2017
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09000000

Procuring a joint venture partner or consortia to develop district heating and combined heat and power in Exeter, Devon. The partner will be required to develop the design of the network & energy centre(s), structure a financing proposal for the construction of the system and subsequently build and operate it.

Procuring a partner or consortia to develop district heating and combined heat and power in Exeter, Devon. The successful partner will be required to develop the design of the network & energy centre(s), structure a financing proposal for the construction of the system and subsequently build and operate it under a joint venture with Dextco.

JV partners will work together to identify suitable joint funding arrangements, including bidding to the Heat Network Investment Programme. While it is anticipated that the owners of Dextco will also provide a portion of the equity funding, we expect the majority of the capital cost will be financed by the private sector.

Following the initial construction of the system we would anticipate the scheme providing 33GWhth current shareholder heat demand and 16GWh of electricity per year for a 25 year period as a guide. A further 2GWhth of other public sector and 7GWhth private sector commercial heat loads have also been identified.

EXESeed Construction Contractors Framework Agreement for residential and commercial Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Exeter City Council | Published October 7, 2015
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45000000, 45215214, 70111000, 70112000, 45213100, 45213000, 71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 98000000, 45212212, 45213311, 45211000, 45211340

EXESeed Construction Contractors Framework Agreement for residential and commercial Sustainable Energy Efficient Developments.

Energy Efficiency Project for Street Lighting in Residential Areas

Torbay Council | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 27, 2016
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310000, 340000, 349285, 453100

The Authority is carrying out Phase 2 of its energy efficiency programme by replacing high pressure sodium lanterns on conventional gear in residential areas with LED. This will reduce carbon emissions, costs, and assist in the Authority’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 25% between 2010 a...the successful Supplier will be expected to work collaboratively with the successful Installation Contractor, to ensure that delivery is made promptly and to programme. The successful Supplier will be required to work with the Authority to agree site specific lighting designs and dimming profiles.

Lead Designer and Architect, New Office Building, Tolvaddon Energy Park, Cornwall

 | Published April 8, 2016
Winner
Poynton Bradbury Wynter Cole Architects Ltd
cpvs
71200000

Architect to design new offices

CP1172-15 The Devon Maintenance Panel Agreement.

Devon County Council | Published June 13, 2015
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45000000, 50000000

The Devon Maintenance Panel Agreement (MPA) — is for contractors to provide responsive minor maintenance works based on 10 geographic sub-areas covering Devon. Contractors may tender with the aim of being appointed to work in 1 or more sub areas. This framework will require contractors to tender to provide one or more of the following services — general building, electrical, plumbing/heating/mechanical and some specialist works — roofing, underground drainage, door/ window works, emergency cleaning, portable appliance testing and energy performance certificate/display energy certificate ‘works’.

EXESeed Construction Contractors Framework Agreement for residential and commercial Sustainable Ener

Exeter City Council | Published October 7, 2015
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45000000, 45215214, 70111000, 70112000, 45213100, 45213000, 71314000, 09300000, 65400000, 98000000, 45212212, 45213311, 45211000, 45211340

Exeter City Council (the ‘Authority’) wishes to alert the construction contractors' market of a future framework opportunity. The EXESeed construction contractors framework procurement will be seeking contractors for the provision of a wide range of residential and commercial sustainable energy efficient developments with a focus on ‘Passivhaus’ principles and design in and around Exeter and the South-West peninsula of the UK (the ‘EXESeed Framework’). The EXESeed Framework will be divided into Lots and the Authority hopes that SMEs and large construction contractor organisations will respond to this opportunity. The Authority is leading the way in the public sector procurement of sustainable construction delivery. It is expected the EXESeed Framework will provide an excellent opening for the delivery of energy efficient construction in the South West of England. The Authority is hosting two open days on Monday 2.11.2015 and Wednesday 4.11.2015 at the Exeter offices of Ashfords LLP (Ashford House, Grenadier Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3LH, just off junction 29 of the M5) for interested parties to learn more about the EXESeed Framework. The open days will cover the vision, requirements and process of the EXESeed Framework procurement and will allow interested parties to participate in a ‘de-mystifying Passivhaus’ seminar including a question and answer session.

Framework for the supply of high & ultra high capacity pumps.

Environment Agency | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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42122000, 42122000, 42122000

The Environment Agency wishes to establish a Framework for the supply of high and ultra high capacity pumps and all necessary ancillary equipment. This will include skid mounted diesel driven surface pump-sets and electro or hydraulically driven submersible pumps, complete with skid mounted associated control equipment. Pumps will be rated in the range of 0.5 cumecs to 1.1 cumecs (Lot 1) or 1.1 cumecs to 1.8 cumecs (Lot 2), at a TDH of 15 m WC. The pumps will be required to pump flood-water at ambient temperatures and will be expected to operate continuously for periods of up to 10 weeks. Surface mounted pump-sets are to be complete priming systems. Equipment design will comply with the EA standard engineering specifications and British and European legislation. Overall energy efficiency, the ease of transportation and the ease of final positioning on to the point of use (principally weight) will all form part of the tender evaluation and selection process.

REEF Building

UNIVERSITY OF EXETER | Published September 30, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
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45214000

The purpose of the project is to ensure that University of Exeter STEM education infrastructure in Cornwall can meet the demands of both the recent and proposed growth in student numbers and the requirements of research-led and industry-facing science education. In essence, it will enable the research model of multidisciplinary science to be realised in education and attract increased student recruitment. The Renewable Energy Engineering Facility is a facility where students can experience directly how the knowledge gained in lectures or the laboratory is applied to a number of clean energy technologies in a real-world facility. Elements of the facility may also be shared with other campus users. This new flagship facility will enable expansion of University of Exeter’s capacity at the Penryn Campus for individual and small group research projects and industrial networking and collab-oration. Users will the complete Renewable Energy teaching programmes including BSc Re-newable Energy and BEng/MEng Energy Engineering. The project has a maximum net construction value of £1.0m inclusive of Main Contractors OH&P and Preliminiaries.. The Building will achieve BREEAM excellent and incorporate best practice in design, maximising flexibility in the short term whilst providing adaptability in the long term, totalling a minimum of 267m2 GIFA. Currently the client’s consultancy team (Atkins/Faithful+Gould) have completed the design to the end of RIBA Stage 3 and will be retained by the client to act as Employers Agent, QS and Technical Advisors. The client has appointed other consultants to assist in the design notably MACH Acoustics (Acousticians) and Ecofirst (BREEAM assessors). Whilst MACH Acoustics will be retained by the client throughout the project it is now likely that Ecofirst commision will end at this stage and it will be for the contractor to appoint a BREEAM assessor to complete the process for RIBA Stage 4 through to completion. The successful contractor will be required to work col-laboratively with the client team to achieve the clients requirements. Further information about the University’s requirements can be found at Schedule 2: including the specification

CP1225-15 For the supply of Street Lighting LED Luminaires.

Devon County Council | Published February 18, 2016
Winner
Urbis Schreder Ltd
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34928500

Devon County Council requires a framework agreement for the provision of LED luminaires to replace existing lighting (to be carried out by DCC's Street Lighting maintenance Contractor) in order to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. The lighting to be replaced is of mainly high wattage equipment (90w, 100w, 150w, 250w, 400w) on designated A and B roads and other major roads, typically at 8 metre and 10 metre mounting heights and some at 12 metres. There will also be a number of lower wattage items (45w, 60w, 50w, 70w) to be replaced in generally residential areas at 5 metre and 6 metre mounting heights. The estimated value of the contract is 10 000 000 GBP, while every effort has been made to provide an accurate figure this must only be considered to be a guide and may be subject to variation during the period of the contract. The agreement will include the supply of materials, relating to the replacement of existing lights in the County of Devon.

Please note that the ProContract (tendering) system will not be available for suppliers due to a system migration, 17:00 26th November to 8:00 30.11.2015.

CP1225-15 For the supply of Street Lighting LED Luminaires.

Devon County Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
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34928500

Devon County Council requires a framework agreement for the provision of LED luminaires to replace existing lighting (to be carried out by DCC's Street Lighting maintenance Contractor) in order to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. The lighting to be replaced is of mainly high wattage equipment (90 w, 100 w, 150 w, 250 w, 400 w) on designated A and B roads and other major roads, typically at 8 metre and 10 metre mounting heights and some at 12 metres. There will also be a number of lower wattage items (45 w, 60 w, 50 w, 70 w) to be replaced in generally residential areas at 5 metre and 6 metre mounting heights. The estimated value of the contract is 10 000 000 GBP, while every effort has been made to provide an accurate figure this must only be considered to be a guide and may be subject to variation during the period of the contract. The agreement will include the supply of materials, relating to the replacement of existing lights in the County of Devon. Please note that the ProContract (tendering) system will not be available for suppliers due to a system migration, 17:00 hours 26th November to 8:00 hours 30.11.2015.

CP1225-15 For the supply of Street Lighting LED Luminaires

Devon County Council | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
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34928500

Devon County Council requires a framework agreement for the provision of LED luminaires to replace existing lighting (to be carried out by DCC’s Street Lighting maintenance Contractor) in order to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. The lighting to be replaced is of mainly high wattage equipment (90w, 100w, 150w, 250w, 400w) on designated A and B roads and other major roads, typically at 8 metre and 10 metre mounting heights and some at 12 metres. There will also be a number of lower wattage items (45w, 60w, 50w, 70w) to be replaced in generally residential areas at 5 metre and 6 metre mounting heights. The estimated value of the contract is £10,000,000, while every effort has been made to provide an accurate figure this must only be considered to be a guide and may be subject to variation during the period of the contract. The agreement will include the supply of materials, relating to the replacement of existing lights in the County of Devon. Suppliers interested in this opportunity should express their interest by clicking on the ‘login and register interest’ button below. New users to the system must register first to obtain a user name and password before returning to this opportunity. Please refer to the suppliers guide ‘Visiting Site for the First Time’ by clicking the ‘Help’ button. Once suppliers have expressed their interest they can access the procurement/tender documentation from ‘My Opportunities’ on the home page

Contract for the operation of Exeter's waste transfer facility.

Devon County Council | Published February 28, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
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90500000

Devon County Council is currently constructing a waste transfer facility in Exeter (the Facility) and wishes to procure the service for its operation from June 2015. The Facility offers an approximate working floor area of 840 square metres, surrounded on 3 sides by 5 metre high, reinforced concrete push walls. The waste storage capacity of the Facility is estimated to be in excess of 3 500 cubic metres at any given time. The Authority intends to use the Facility to deliver Contract Waste during periods when the adjacent energy recovery facility (ERF) is unavailable for waste deliveries. It is expected that this will be in the region of 40 days per year, and will originate from both ‘planned' and ‘unplanned' periods of ERF downtime. The Contractor will be expected to receive Contract Waste during the Site's Opening Hours, manage and load waste into transport, and prepare the necessary waste transfer notes. The Authority anticipates that there may be scope for the operator of the Facility to deliver the Authority's requirements with spare capacity remaining at the Facility for commercial use, based on a lease with only peppercorn rent.

For the management and supply of electricity (HH & NHH) and gas.

Devon County Council | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
LASER Energy Buying Group
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09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.

For the management and supply of electricity (HH & NHH) and gas.

Devon County Council | Published May 2, 2015
Winner
LASER Energy Buying Group
cpvs
09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.

CP1054-14 For the Management and Supply of Electricity (HH and NHH) and Gas.

Devon County Council | Published October 29, 2014  -  Deadline December 16, 2014
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09000000

Devon County Council, acting as the lead authority, seeks tenders for the supply of mains gas and electricity for various sites throughout the South West but mainly the County of Devon for the named Authorities detailed below. Other authorities may join the contract at the lead authority's discretion. Devon County Council, Devon based schools, Dartmoor National Park, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Mid Devon District Council, Teignbridge District Council, Torbay Council and Torridge District Council. The energy requirements for the Authorities will include Electricity 100 kWh sites (HH), sub 100 kWh sites (NHH), quarterly sites and all gas sites. DCC and partner authorities have operated a contract over the past 7 years based on an agreed cost to serve. Other elements that are not influenceable are accepted as a pass through costs. This has left the key area of influenceable spend being the purchase of wholesale gas and electric. This is currently purchased a year in advance of a financial year providing a degree of budget certainty. At the start of a financial year billable rates are produced and verified by the authorities before being formally agreed. The new contract will be for a maximum term of 7 years (3 + 2 + 1 + 1). A number of options are being explored in the procurement; please refer to the invitation to tender for full details.
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