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Energy-efficiency consultancy services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published October 8, 2016
cpvs
71314300, 71314000, 66122000, 65400000, 71314200, 66140000, 66120000

The draft objectives for the ESCo are to: translate the council's energy vision and aims into reality, facilitate and deliver projects with community interest, promote a low carbon economy, achieve CO2 emission targets, contribute to achieving the council's priorities, achieve cashable savings, exploit energy technologies and developments, meet our sustainability and environmental criteria, enable energy cost reduction and increase business competitiveness, reduce the number of people in and vulnerable to fuel poverty, support local employment and increase levels of business investment and sustainability, respond to change and take early advantage of commercial opportunities, maximise opportunities for future partnerships, including Greater Lincolnshire and provide the right level of skills, expertise and resources

Supply of Low Energy LED Street Lamps (BB.13.05.75)

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published July 1, 2013  -  Deadline July 31, 2013
cpvs
34928500

Supply of low energy LED street lamps, lanterns and associated equipment and peripherals 

Energy Portfolio Services Framework.

The Inenco Group C/O Shoreline Housing Partnership Limited | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Gazprom Marketing & Trading Retail Limited T/A Gazprom Energy
cpvs
09000000, 09121200, 09310000

The Invitation to Tender (ITT) was issued to establish an electricity and gas portfolio services framework for a central purchasing body covering the UK. The lead contracting authority for the tender was Shoreline Housing Partnership (Shoreline), and the resulting framework agreement is managed by Inenco, acting as the agent for the central purchasing body. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Shoreline is a provider of affordable housing in North East Lincolnshire. Shoreline owns and manages 7 900 homes which were formally run by North East Lincolnshire Council before the tenants voted by a ratio of 2-to-1 to transfer the management of their homes. Shoreline officially began on 21.3.2005; it is a non-profit making organisation that is separate from the Council and is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (the independent regulator for affordable housing who ensure that Shoreline keeps its promises to tenants and that Shoreline meets strict performance standards). Shoreline's Chief Executive is Tony Bramley. Founded in 1968 and head-quartered in Lytham, Lancashire; the Inenco Group (made up of Inenco and Inenco Direct — A company delivering energy services specifically to SME's) is 1 the UK's largest energy consultancies, providing Britain's biggest businesses with strategic energy solutions, from specialist procurement services to energy management. We procure more than 3 200 000 GBP of power and gas annually, making us the single largest third-party purchaser of energy in the country. Over 400 employees serve over 9 000 customers across the UK and Europe, from small businesses to major industrial and commercial energy users. Tender Information: The ITT was issued in accordance with the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102. The ITT set out the information which was required by the client in order to assess the suitability of suppliers in terms of their ability to deliver the requirements of the framework. The client sought bids from suppliers to participate in an electricity and gas portfolio services framework, covering the following lots: 1. Lot 1: Non-half hourly (NHH) electricity, 2. Lot 2: Half hourly (HH) electricity, 3. Lot 3: Gas. The primary requirement for this framework is for the flexible procurement solution for non-half hour electricity portfolios (Lot 1), half hourly electricity portfolios (Lot 2) and gas portfolios (Lot 3) where clients are aggregated into a trade shape to enable consolidated trading. The electricity and gas shall be purchased via the wholesale market, and the prices shall be translated into fully delivered costs on a site-by-site basis. Within the aggregated portfolios, there should be a number of trading strategies available. Currently, Inenco operate 3 forwarding buying options, and 1 spot buying option within each portfolio. Contracting authorities should have the ability to apportion volume across the strategies and the ability to switch between the strategies, however, this will be controlled by Inenco and will be limited to set times of the year. At the end of the trading process, the portfolio should be de-aggregated providing individual meters with prices reflective of their load profile. The framework is to cover call off contracts made within England, Scotland and Wales, but excludes Northern Ireland. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Please see the Additional Information section within this Contract Award Notice for further details. The final framework consists of 1 supplier per lot. The estimated value over the framework period is anticipated to be up to 488 000 000 GBP excluding VAT, however this is an estimate only. The maximum levels of expenditure per lot are estimated to be as follows: 1. Lot 1: 200 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT; 2. Lot 2: 200 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT; 3. Lot 3: 88 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT. These values are estimates only. The client accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies in the estimates provided. This is for information only, and no guarantees are given, nor are implied as to the value of business that will be placed with successful bidders participating in the resulting framework agreement. Award of a position on this framework to any supplier does not guarantee any contracts will be awarded to the supplier under the framework.

Energy Portfolio Services Framework.

The Inenco Group C/O Shoreline | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09121200

This tender is only accessible via the online tender portal www.cirrustenders.co.uk The Invitation to tender (ITT) is issued to establish an electricity and gas portfolio services framework for a central purchasing body covering the UK. The lead contracting authority for the tender is Shoreline Housing Partnership (Shoreline), and the tender process, and resulting framework agreement is managed by Inenco, acting as the agent for the central purchasing body. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Shoreline is a provider of affordable housing in North East Lincolnshire. Shoreline owns and manages 7,900 homes which were formally run by North East Lincolnshire Council before the tenants voted by a ratio of two to one to transfer the management of their homes. Shoreline officially began on 21.3.2005; it is a non-profit making organisation that is separate from the Council and is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (the independent regulator for affordable housing who ensure that Shoreline keeps its promises to tenants and that Shoreline meets strict performance standards). Shoreline's Chief Executive is Tony Bramley. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Lytham, Lancashire; the Inenco Group (made up of Inenco and Inenco Direct — A company delivering energy services specifically to SME's) is one the UK's largest energy consultancies, providing Britain's biggest businesses with strategic energy solutions, from specialist procurement services to energy management. We procure more than £3.2 billion of power and gas annually, making us the single largest third-party purchaser of energy in the country. Over 400 employees serve over 9,000 customers across the UK and Europe, from small businesses to major industrial and commercial energy users. Tender information The ITT is issued in accordance with the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102. The ITT sets out the information which is required by the client in order to assess the suitability of suppliers in terms of their ability to deliver the requirements of the proposed framework. The client is seeking bids from suppliers to participate in an electricity and gas portfolio services framework, covering the following lots: Lot 1: Non-half hourly (NHH) electricity Lot 2: Half hourly (HH) electricity Lot 3: Gas Bidders can bid on 1 or more lots. The primary requirement for this framework is for the flexible procurement solution for non-half hour electricity portfolios (lot 1), half hourly electricity portfolios (lot 2) and gas portfolios (lot 3) where clients are aggregated into a trade shape to enable consolidated trading. The electricity and gas shall be purchased via the wholesale market, and the prices shall be translated into fully delivered costs on a site by site basis. Within the aggregated portfolios, there should be a number of trading strategies available. Currently, Inenco operate 3 forwarding buying options, and one spot buying option within each portfolio. Contracting authorities should have the ability to apportion volume across the strategies and the ability to switch between the strategies, however, this will be controlled by Inenco and will be limited to set times of the year. At the end of the trading process, the portfolio should be de-aggregated providing individual meters with prices reflective of their load profile. The framework is to cover call-off contracts made within England, Scotland and Wales, but excludes Northern Ireland. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Please see the Additional Information section within this Contract Notice for further details. The final framework will consist of 1 supplier per lot. The estimated value over the framework period is anticipated to be up to 488 000 000 GBP excluding VAT, however this is an estimate only. The maximum levels of expenditure per lot are estimated to be as follows: Lot 1: 200 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT Lot 2: 200 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT Lot 3: 88 000 000 GBP over the framework period excluding VAT These values are estimates only. The client accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies in the estimates provided. This is for information only, and no guarantees are given, nor are implied as to the value of business that will be placed with successful bidders participating in the resulting framework agreement. Award of a position on this framework to any supplier does not guarantee any contracts will be awarded to the supplier under the framework. Full details of the required service can be found in the tender documents.

Preliminary Market Consultation (PMC) Energy and Carbon Project Energy Service Company

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published October 5, 2016
cpvs
65400000

We seek the market’s views on a delivery model for our Energy and Carbon programme, the merits and applicability of each approach and alternative views on energy strategy achievement. The model must directly support NELC’s priorities and energy vision, quickly realising projects and services. NELC has so far identified the following approaches as having the greatest relevancy to its thinking -Strategic partnership with a lead service provider – local authority partners with an organisation that will take management responsibility for the delivery of a range of services, on an output or outcome basis, over the medium to long term -Arms-length local authority venture with supporting supply chain, operationally distinct from NELC by virtue of control and business planning mechanisms, with lead responsibility for delivering projects, drawing on third party support -Investment fund, originates and supports projects via a range of finance types and monitors investment performance and status

Power and Gas Supply Framework.

The Inenco Group c/o Shoreline Housing Partnership Limited | Published November 21, 2015
Winner
Total Gas & Power Limited
cpvs
09000000, 09121200, 09310000

The Invitation to tender (ITT) was issued to establish an electricity and gas supply framework for a central purchasing body covering the UK. The lead contracting authority for the tender was Shoreline Housing Partnership (Shoreline) and the resulting framework agreement is managed by Inenco, acting as the agent for the central purchasing body. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Shoreline is a provider of affordable housing in North East Lincolnshire. Shoreline owns and manages 7 900 homes which were formally run by North East Lincolnshire Council before the tenants voted by a ratio of 2 to 1 to transfer the management of their homes. Shoreline officially began on 21.3.2005; it is a non-profit making organisation that is separate from the Council and is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (the independent regulator for affordable housing who ensure that Shoreline keeps its promises to tenants and that Shoreline meets strict performance standards). Shoreline's Chief Executive is Tony Bramley. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Lytham, Lancashire; the Inenco Group (made up of Inenco and Inenco Direct — A company delivering energy services specifically to SME's) is one the UK's largest energy consultancies, providing Britain's biggest businesses with strategic energy solutions, from specialist procurement services to energy management. We procure more than 3 200 000 000 GBP of power and gas annually, making us the single largest third-party purchaser of energy in the country. Over 400 employees serve over 9 000 customers across the UK and Europe, from small businesses to major industrial and commercial energy users. Tender information. The tender was issued in accordance with the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102. The tender set out the information which was required by Inenco in order to assess the suitability of suppliers in terms of their ability to deliver the requirements of the framework. The client sought bids from suppliers to participate in a Power and Gas Supply Framework covering the following lots: — Lot 1: Fixed electricity; — Lot 2: Fixed gas; — Lot 3: Flex electricity; — Lot 4: Flex gas. The framework is to cover call-off contracts made within England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Please see the Additional Information section within this Contract Award Notice for further details. The final number of suppliers successfully awarded positions on the framework is 8. The estimated value over the framework period is anticipated to be up to 976 000 000 GBP excluding VAT, however this is an estimate only. The estimated levels of expenditure per lot for the framework period are as follows: — Lot 1: 400 000 000 GBP excluding VAT; — Lot 2: 88 000 000 GBP excluding VAT; — Lot 3: 400 000 000 GBP excluding VAT; — Lot 4: 88 000 000 GBP excluding VAT. The client accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies in the estimates provided. This is for information only, and no guarantees are given, nor are implied as to the value of business that will be placed with successful bidders participating in the resulting framework agreement. Award of a position on this framework to any supplier does not guarantee any contracts will be awarded to that supplier.

Power & Gas Supply Framework.

Shoreline Housing Partnership | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09121200, 09310000, 09000000, 09310000, 09000000, 09121200, 09000000, 09310000, 09000000, 09121200

This tender is only accessible via the online tender portal www.cirrustenders.co.uk This Invitation to tender (ITT) is issued to establish an electricity and gas supply framework for a central purchasing body covering the UK. The lead contracting authority for this tender is Shoreline Housing Partnership (Shoreline). The tender process, and resulting framework agreement is managed by Inenco, acting as the agent for the central purchasing body. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Shoreline is a provider of affordable housing in North East Lincolnshire. Shoreline owns and manages 7 900 homes which were formally run by North East Lincolnshire Council before the tenants voted by a ratio of two to one to transfer the management of their homes. Shoreline officially began on 31.3.2005; it is a non-profit making organisation that is separate from the Council and is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (the independent regulator for affordable housing who ensure that Shoreline keeps its promises to tenants and that Shoreline meets strict performance standards). Shoreline's Chief Executive is Tony Bramley. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Lytham, Lancashire; the Inenco Group (made up of Inenco and Inenco Direct — A company delivering energy services specifically to SME's) is one the UK's largest energy consultancies, providing Britain's biggest businesses with strategic energy solutions, from specialist procurement services to energy management. We procure more than £3.2 billion of power and gas annually, making us the single largest third-party purchaser of energy in the country. Over 400 employees serve over 9 000 customers across the UK and Europe, from small businesses to major industrial and commercial energy users. Tender information. This tender is issued in accordance with the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102. The tender sets out the information which is required by Inenco in order to assess the suitability of suppliers in terms of their ability to deliver the requirements of the proposed framework. The client is seeking bids from suppliers to participate in a Power & Gas Supply Framework covering the following lots: — Lot 1: Fixed electricity. — Lot 2: Fixed gas. — Lot 3: Flex electricity. — Lot 4: Flex gas. Bidders can bid on one or more lots. The framework is to cover call-off contracts made within England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Please see the Additional Information section within this Contract Notice for further details. It is envisaged that the final framework will be awarded to approximately 15 suppliers per lot. The final number of suppliers successfully awarded positions on the framework may vary to this approximate value to adequately represent the current market. The estimated value over the framework period is anticipated to be up to GBP 976 000 000 excluding VAT, however this is an estimate only. The estimated levels of expenditure per lot for the framework period are as follows: Lot 1: £400,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 2: £88,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 3: £400,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 4: £88,000,000 excluding VAT The client accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies in the estimates provided. This is for information only, and no guarantees are given, nor are implied as to the value of business that will be placed with successful bidders participating in the resulting framework agreement. Award of a position on this framework to any supplier does not guarantee any contracts will be awarded to that supplier. Full details of the required service can be found in the tender documents.

Power & Gas Supply Framework.

The Inenco Group C/O Shoreline Housing Partnership | Published August 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09121200

This tender is only accessible via the online tender portal www.cirrustenders.co.uk This Invitation to tender (ITT) is issued to establish an electricity and gas supply framework for a central purchasing body covering the UK. The lead contracting authority for this tender is Shoreline Housing Partnership (Shoreline). The tender process, and resulting framework agreement is managed by Inenco, acting as the agent for the central purchasing body. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Shoreline is a provider of affordable housing in North East Lincolnshire. Shoreline owns and manages 7 900 homes which were formally run by North East Lincolnshire Council before the tenants voted by a ratio of two to one to transfer the management of their homes. Shoreline officially began on 31.3.2005; it is a non-profit making organisation that is separate from the Council and is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (the independent regulator for affordable housing who ensure that Shoreline keeps its promises to tenants and that Shoreline meets strict performance standards). Shoreline's Chief Executive is Tony Bramley. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Lytham, Lancashire; the Inenco Group (made up of Inenco and Inenco Direct — A company delivering energy services specifically to SME's) is one the UK's largest energy consultancies, providing Britain's biggest businesses with strategic energy solutions, from specialist procurement services to energy management. We procure more than £3.2 billion of power and gas annually, making us the single largest third-party purchaser of energy in the country. Over 400 employees serve over 9 000 customers across the UK and Europe, from small businesses to major industrial and commercial energy users. Tender information. This tender is issued in accordance with the Open Procedure under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102. The tender sets out the information which is required by Inenco in order to assess the suitability of suppliers in terms of their ability to deliver the requirements of the proposed framework. The client is seeking bids from suppliers to participate in a Power & Gas Supply Framework covering the following lots: — Lot 1: Fixed electricity. — Lot 2: Fixed gas. — Lot 3: Flex electricity. — Lot 4: Flex gas. Bidders can bid on one or more lots. The framework is to cover call-off contracts made within England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The framework is available for use by all contracting authorities as defined by Regulation 2 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 #102, and is also available for use by all current and future members of the central purchasing body. Please see the Additional Information section within this Contract Notice for further details. It is envisaged that the final framework will be awarded to approximately 15 suppliers per lot. The final number of suppliers successfully awarded positions on the framework may vary to this approximate value to adequately represent the current market. The estimated value over the framework period is anticipated to be up to GBP 976 000 000 excluding VAT, however this is an estimate only. The estimated levels of expenditure per lot for the framework period are as follows: Lot 1: £400,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 2: £88,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 3: £400,000,000 excluding VAT Lot 4: £88,000,000 excluding VAT The client accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies in the estimates provided. This is for information only, and no guarantees are given, nor are implied as to the value of business that will be placed with successful bidders participating in the resulting framework agreement. Award of a position on this framework to any supplier does not guarantee any contracts will be awarded to that supplier. Full details of the required service can be found in the tender documents.

The Grimsby Institute — Supply of Road Simulators and Associated Equipment

The Grimsby Institute | Published July 20, 2016
Winner
XPI Simulation Ltd
cpvs
34000000, 72000000, 48000000

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education (The Group) is a leading College within the Humber region and focused on ensuring that the delivery of training and education meets the needs and aspirations of the learners as well as demands of the employers. The Group is a member of the Humber Energy Campus and is committed to ensuring that the Humber region, and the Energy Estuary within, is seen as an international centre of excellence for offshore wind and the supporting energy sector. The Group believes that this opportunity for the Humber region is one that cannot be missed and it is therefore essential that employers choosing to operate here can do so cost efficiently, with a reliance on local labour and supported by a skills, training and employment plan that will enable not just local business stability but also growth.

The Group have successfully secured Local Growth Deal funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) which, when match funded by the Group's own investment, will enable the creation of a bespoke training centre in the Humber region that will support the education and training demands of the region's growth sectors. The facility, located in Immingham in North East Lincolnshire, will be called Modal Training.

Modal Training will involve of the delivery of programmes of study for the current and future workforce of the ports, logistics and energy sectors. It will harness the Group's existing expertise of working in the engineering and renewable energy sector to deliver a range of education and bespoke training packages by improving existing facilities for learners, improved flexibility of learning resources in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), Logistics, Employability Skills, Apprenticeships and Foundation Degrees.

This project involves the creation of a new South Humber Logistics Hub, building on the Group's prior investment as part of the National Skills Academy for in Environmental Technologies, the Centre of Vocational Excellence of Automotive Industries and the Engineering and Renewable Technologies Centre.

The Group requires the following simulator models:

— One x truck cabin (no trailer) of a Scania or Volvo size lorry;

— One x car of a small to medium size car;

— Instructor station.

The above should come with the software, screens etc. to ensure full operations to undertake fully immersive training. The Group is not looking for any other type of simulator set up other than that which can be accommodated inside an actual vehicle. It is preferred that the vehicle is located inside its own room so that the student experience can be free from any other diversions and fully immersive.

It is possible that the Group will accept a software supply and installation cost if a supplier is unable to source the actual vehicle bodies. However the supplier will be required to provide evidence and details of installation where they have supplied their software and installed themselves into physical vehicles.

The Grimsby Institute — Supply of Road Simulators and Associated Equipment.

The Grimsby Institute — Supply of Road Simulators and Associated Equipment | Published February 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 16, 2016
cpvs
34000000, 48000000, 72000000

The Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education (The Group) is a leading College within the Humber region and focused on ensuring that the delivery of training and education meets the needs and aspirations of the learners as well as demands of the employers. The Group is a member of the Humber Energy Campus and is committed to ensuring that the Humber region, and the Energy Estuary within, is seen as an international centre of excellence for offshore wind and the supporting energy sector. The Group believes that this opportunity for the Humber region is one that cannot be missed and it is therefore essential that employers choosing to operate here can do so cost efficiently, with a reliance on local labour and supported by a skills, training and employment plan that will enable not just local business stability but also growth.

The Group have successfully secured Local Growth Deal funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) which, when match funded by the Group's own investment, will enable the creation of a bespoke training centre in the Humber region that will support the education and training demands of the region's growth sectors. The facility, located in Immingham in North East Lincolnshire, will be called Modal Training.

Modal Training will involve of the delivery of programmes of study for the current and future workforce of the ports, logistics and energy sectors. It will harness the Group's existing expertise of working in the engineering and renewable energy sector to deliver a range of education and bespoke training packages by improving existing facilities for learners, improved flexibility of learning resources in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), Logistics, Employability Skills, Apprenticeships and Foundation Degrees.

This project involves the creation of a new South Humber Logistics Hub, building on the Group's prior investment as part of the National Skills Academy for in Environmental Technologies, the Centre of Vocational Excellence of Automotive Industries and the Engineering and Renewable Technologies Centre.

The Group requires the following simulator models;

— 1 x truck cabin (no trailer) of a Scania or Volvo size lorry;

— 1 x car of a small to medium size car;

— Instructor station.

The above should come with the software, screens etc. to ensure full operations to undertake fully immersive training. The Group is not looking for any other type of simulator set up other than that which can be accommodated inside an actual vehicle. It is preferred that the vehicle is located inside its own room so that the student experience can be free from any other diversions and fully immersive.

It is possible that the Group will accept a software supply and installation cost if a supplier is unable to source the actual vehicle bodies. However the supplier will be required to provide evidence and details of installation where they have supplied their software and installed themselves into physical vehicles.

HHCRO/Eco Framework

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline November 16, 2016
Winner
A&M Energy Solutions Ltd
cpvs
71314000

The SHEEP partnership - North and North East Lincolnshire Council intend to develop and establish a Council endorsed HHCRO/Eco home energy efficiency improvement scheme via a framework of approved providers, able to deliver large volumes of free/subsidised energy efficiency improvements across the two regions. The SHEEP partnership expects to see tangible benefits of improving health and reducing levels of fuel poverty

HHCRO/Eco Framework

North East Lincolnshire Council | Published October 11, 2016  -  Deadline November 9, 2016
cpvs
71314000

The SHEEP partnership - North and North East Lincolnshire Council intend to develop and establish a Council endorsed HHCRO/Eco home energy efficiency improvement scheme via a framework of approved providers, able to deliver large volumes of free/subsidised energy efficiency improvements across the two regions. The SHEEP partnership expects to see tangible benefits of improving health and reducing levels of fuel poverty. It is intended to draw on the experience gained delivering SHEEP schemes and to work in partnership with suppleirs to provide its core home energy efficiency schemes. Documents can be accessed by expressing interest at https://www.yortender.co.uk. Current Opportunities, North East Lincolnshire Council, HHCRO/Eco Framework. Please note this is a concession contract.

North East Lincolnshire Council Electricity Basket Framework.

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published August 5, 2015
cpvs
09310000

North East Lincolnshire Council (the council) seeks to establish a single supplier national framework agreement to enable North East Lincolnshire Council, other local authorities, and named universities to purchase half hourly (HH) and non-half hourly (NHH) electricity ‘the basket’. This notice is a call for competition in accordance with Directive 2014/24/EU Article 48 (2). The council reserves the right to accept initial tenders without any further negotiation. The council is seeking expressions of interest from only energy suppliers who can supply electricity, to tender for the above agreement. The total quantity of electricity required under this framework will be dependent upon the number of authorities that utilise the framework, and the number of sites that each authority has. The list of named authorities can be found at http://www.nelincs.gov.uk/business/tenders-and-contracts/pannel/ The council currently has a contract in place for the supply of electricity for an existing portfolio within the borough. The delivery period for this contract will end on 31.3.2016. It is anticipated that the majority of existing sites in the current North East Lincolnshire portfolio will transfer onto the new framework agreement before this date in readiness for the commencement of this framework agreement's electricity delivery period. The estimated volume of electricity to be purchased via this framework, for the first 6 month purchasing period will be based on the council's portfolio only. This estimated value is subject to change as there are no guarantees that all of the current portfolio of clients will transfer to the new framework agreement. As this is a framework agreement, no firm commitment on any volumes are offered and there are no guarantees that any of the authorities that are named will access this agreement. The value range as indicated in this PIN notice has been calculated as follows: 4 Year Framework Duration. Lower: 8 640 000 GBP or 84 000 000 kWh over the 4 years ie 2 160 000 GBP or 21 000 000 kWh per annum Top: 600 000 000 GBP or 1 800 000 000 kWh over the four years ie 150 000 000 GBP or 450 000 000 kWh per annum Lower Value: Based on the assumption that only the council and its current portfolio signs the agreement, yet allowing for, some efficiency savings, and not 100 % of the current portfolio signing up, Top Value: Based on the assumption that 10 % of the 303 authorities (ie.30), with approximate volume of 15 GWh per annum each, access the agreement. This would equate to a total contract volume of 1,80 TWh, or 600 000 000 GBP over, the contract period. The framework agreement will be required to deliver electricity to its customers from 1.4.2016 for a period of 48 months ending 31.3.2020. This tender exercise is not a DPS and is not subject to variants. Lots were considered for this tender and were deemed not appropriate nor in the council's best commercial interests. The council uses YORtender to process its tenders. All communication, releasing of expression of interest, tender information and the receipt of tenders will be undertaken through YORtender. YORtender can be found online at: https://www.yortender.co.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf/frm_home?openForm It is free to register and potential tenderers who can supply electricity are advised to register before the deadline for expressions of interest. YORtender reference: North East Lincolnshire Council Electricity Basket Framework 9WBJ-R2YPZ9.

Shoreline Housing Partnership Ltd.

Shoreline Housing Partnership | Published March 31, 2015  -  Deadline April 1, 2015
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09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000, 09121200, 09310000

The contracting authority wishes to establish an energy framework for HH,NHH, & Natural Gas contracts for use by or on behalf of current and future eligible UK Contracting Authorities and future successors to these organisations to include but not limited to: Central Government Departments and their Agencies Non Departmental Public Bodies (NDPB's); NHS Bodies (i.e. Acute Trusts, Ambulance Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, Care Trusts, NHS Hospital Trusts, Strategic Health Authorities, Mental Health Trusts, Special Health Authorities); Local Authorities (i.e. a local Authority as defined in Regulation 3(2) to (5) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 ('the Regulations'); Police and Emergency Services Authorities (i.e. fire authorities, fire and rescue authorities); Police authorities and the Metropolitan Police Authority as defined by Regulation 3 (1)(j) to (p) of the Regulations; Educational Establishments (i.e. schools maintained by local authorities; Academies; City Technology Colleges; the Skills Funding Council, Young People's Learning Agency); Further education establishments and Universities; Registered Social Landlords (RSLs; and The Scottish Parliament and the Welsh and Northern Irish Assemblies Registered Charities; Housing Associations' Central Government Departments, Local Government and Public Corporations that can be accessed at the Public Sector Classification Guide: http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/na-classification/national-accounts-sector-classification/index.html Local Authorities: http://openlylocal.com/councils/all www.ubico.co.uk NDPBs: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations National Parks Authorities: http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/ Educational Establishments in England and Wales, maintained by the Department for Children, Schools and Families including Schools, Universities and Colleges but not Independent Schools: http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/home.xhtml Police Forces in the United Kingdom: http://www.police.uk/?view=force_sites http://apccs.police.uk/about-the-apcc/ Fire and Rescue Services in the United Kingdom: http://www.fireservice.co.uk/information/ukfrs http://www.nifrs.org/areas-districts/ http://www.firescotland.gov.uk/your-area.aspx NHS Bodies England: http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AcuteTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/MentalHealthTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/CareTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/AmbulanceTrustListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/SpecialHealthAuthorityListing.aspx http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/OtherListing.aspx Hospices in the UK: http://www.helpthehospices.org.uk/about-hospice-care/find-a-hospice/uk-hospice-and-palliative-careservices/ Registered Social Landlords (Housing Associations); https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing Third Sector and Charities in the United Kingdom: http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities/ http://www.oscr.org.uk/search-charity-register/ https://www.charitycommissionni.org.uk/ShowCharity/RegisterOfCharities/RegisterHomePage.aspx Citizens Advice in the United Kingdom: http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/getadvice.htm www.cas.org.uk http://www.citizensadvice.co.uk/ Scottish Public Bodies: The framework agreement will be available for use by any Scottish Public Sector Body: the Authority; Scottish Non-Departmental Public Bodies; offices in the Scottish Administration which are not ministerial offices; cross-border public authorities within the meaning of section 88(5) of the Scotland Act 1998; the Scotland Office; the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body; councils constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 (except where they are acting in their capacity as educational authority); Scottish joint fire boards or joint fire and rescue boards; Scottish joint police boards or any successor National Police or Fire Authority; Scottish National Park authorities, bodies registered as social landlords under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001, Scottish health boards or special health boards, Student Loans Company Limited, Northern Lighthouse Board, further or higher education institutions being fundable bodies within the meaning of section 6 of the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 2005 any public body established by or under the Scotland Act 1998 or any Act of the Scottish Parliament, any association of or formed by 1 or more of the foregoing, bodies financed wholly or mainly by one or more of the foregoing, bodies subject to management supervision by 1 or more of the foregoing and bodies more than half of the board of directors or members of which, or, in the case of a group of individuals, more than half of those individuals, being appointed by 1 or more of the foregoing. Scottish Government: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Home Scottish Parliament: http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/abouttheparliament/27110.aspx Scottish Public Services Ombudsman; Scottish Information Commissioner; Commissioner for Children and Young People in Scotland; Scottish Commission for Human Rights; Commission for Ethical Standards in Public Life in Scotland; Standards Commission for Scotland; Scottish Local Authorities: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/Government/councils http://www.scotland-excel.org.uk/home/AboutUs/OurMembers/AssociateMembers.aspx Scottish Agencies, NDPBs: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/public-bodies/about/Bodies Scottish NHS Bodies: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health/NHS-Workforce/NHS-Boards Scottish Further and Higher Education Bodies: http://www.universities-scotland.ac.uk/index.php?page=members http://www.sfc.ac.uk/aboutus/council_funded_institutions/WhoWeFundColleges.aspx Scottish Police: http://www.scotland.police.uk/your-community/ Scottish Housing Associations: http://www.sfha.co.uk/component/option,com_membersdir/Itemid,149/view,membersdir/ The Scotland Office: http://www.scotlandoffice.gov.uk/scotlandoffice/33.30.html Registered Social Landlords (Housing Associations) — Scotland: http://www.esystems.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/register/reg_pub_dsp.search Scottish Schools; Primary Schools: http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isprimaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search Secondary Schools: http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=issecondaryschool&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search Special Schools: http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/scottishschoolsonline/index.asp?schoolsearchstring=&addresssearchstring=&authority=&strTypes=isspecial&bSubmit=1&Submit=Search Scottish Public Bodies; National Records of Scotland; Historic Scotland; Disclosure Scotland; Registers of Scotland; Scottish Qualification Authority; Scottish Courts Service; Scottish Prison Service; Transport Scotland; The Scottish Government Core Directorates; Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service; Scottish Police Authority; National Museums of Scotland; Scottish Children's Reporter Administration; Scottish Enterprise; Scottish Environment Protection Agency; Scottish Legal Aid Board; Scottish Natural Heritage; Skills Development Scotland; Visit Scotland; Aberdeen City Council; Aberdeenshire Council; Angus Council; Argyll and Bute Council; City of Edinburgh Council; Clackmannanshire Council; Comhairle nan Eilean Siar; Dumfries and Galloway Council; Dundee City Council; East Ayrshire Council; East Dunbartonshire Council; East Lothian Council; East Renfrewshire Council; Falkirk Council; Fife Council; Glasgow City Council; Highland Council; Inverclyde Council; Midlothian Council; Moray Council, The; North Ayrshire Council; North Lanarkshire Council; Orkney Islands Council; Perth and Kinross Council; Renfrewshire Council; Scottish Borders Council; Shetland Islands Council; South Ayrshire Council; South Lanarkshire Council; Stirling Council; West Dunbartonshire Council; West Lothian Council; Central Scotland Fire and Rescue Service; Dumfries and Galloway Fire and Rescue Service; Fife Fire and Rescue Service; Grampian Fire and Rescue Service; Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service; Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service; Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service; Tayside Fire and Rescue Service; Golden Jubilee Hospital (National Waiting Times Centre Board); NHS 24; NHS Ayrshire and Arran; NHS Borders; NHS Dumfries and Galloway; NHS Education for Scotland; NHS Fife; NHS Forth Valley; NHS Grampian; NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde; NHS Health Scotland; NHS Highland; NHS Lanarkshire; NHS Lothian; NHS Orkney; Healthcare Improvement Scotland; NHS Shetland; NHS Tayside; NHS Western Isles; Scottish Ambulance Service; The Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health Service; The State Hospital for Scotland; Aberdeen College; Adam Smith College; Angus College; Anniesland College; Ayr College; Banff and Buchan College; Barony College; Borders College; Cardonald College; Carnegie College; Central College of Commerce; Clydebank College; Coatbridge College; Cumbernauld College; Dumfries and Galloway College; Dundee College; Edinburghs Telford College; Elmwood College; Forth Valley College; Glasgow College of Nautical Studies; Glasgow Metropolitan College; Inverness College; James Watt College; Jewel and Esk College; John Wheatley College; Kilmarnock College; Langside College; Lews Castle College; Moray College; Motherwell College; Newbattle Abbey College; North Glasgow College; North Highland College; Oatridge College; Orkney College; Perth College; Reid Kerr College; Sabhal Mor Ostaig; Shetland College; South Lanarkshire College; Stevenson College; Stow College; West Lothian College; Edinburgh College of Art; Edinburgh Napier University; Glasgow Caledonian University; Glasgow School of Art; Heriot-Watt University; Queen Margaret University; Robert Gordon University; Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama; Scottish Agricultural College; UHI Millennium Institute; University of Aberdeen; University of Abertay Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow; University of St Andrews; University of Stirling; University of Strathclyde; University of the West of Scotland; Cairngorms National Park Authority; Office of Scottish Charity Regulator; Forestry Commission Scotland; Audit Scotland; Welsh Public Bodies; National Assembly for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and Welsh Local Authorities, and all bodies covered by: http://www.assemblywales.org/abthome/abt-links.htm http://new.wales.gov.uk/about/civilservice/directorates/?lang=en NHS Wales: http://www.wales.nhs.uk/ourservices/directory Housing Associations — Registered Social Landlords Wales; NI Public Bodies; Northern Ireland Government Departments: http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/gov.htm Northern Ireland Public Sector Bodies and Local Authorities: http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/az2.htm Schools in Northern Ireland http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/search.lsim?sr=0&nh=10&cs=iso-8859-1&sc=nidirectcms&sm=0&mt=1&ha=nidirect-cms&cat=Banner&qt=SCHOOLS Universities in Northern Ireland http://www.deni.gov.uk/links.htm#colleges Health and Social care in Northern Ireland http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=hospitals http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=boards http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=agencies http://www.hscni.net/index.php?link=councils Northern Ireland Housing Associations http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/index/contacts/contacts-az.htm/housing-associations-contact Police Service of Northern Ireland http://www.psni.police.uk/index.htm
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