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Energy Efficiency and Refurbishment (N7 — WS1 Framework)

LHC | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
Winner
Sweet UK Ltd
cpvs
45000000

This is a Framework Agreement for the supply and installation of Energy Consultants and Project Managers for public sector housing and non-housing buildings refurbishment projects in various geographical regions throughout the UK. Workstream 1 — Energy Consultants and Project Management shall be able to undertake the following tasks. Building Energy Management. — Building Energy Policy and Strategy Development. — Energy Surveys and Audits. — Independent Report on Metering Arrangements (IRMA). — Chartered Surveyors Reports and Green Deal Advice Reports, (GDAR). — Domestic and non domestic BREEAM Assessments (for existing buildings). — Funding and Finance. Building Energy Certificates. — Display Energy Certificates (DEC) and Advisory Report (AR). — Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) Domestic. — Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) Non-Domestic. Asset Management, Project Specification. — Stock Condition Surveys and Reports. — Product Specification and Procurement. — Quantity Surveyors. Project Management. — Project Manager. — Clerk of Works. Health and Safety. — Principle Design duties. — Health and Safety Advisors. A holistic approach to these services should be used to provide the LHC member with the services that they require. Contract Notice 1 London Lot 1 = 2015/S 209-379958 Contract Notice 2 England Lots 2 to 5 = 2015/S 209-379983 Contract Notice 3 Wales Lot 6 = 2015/S 209-379964 There are additional Workstreams to this N7 Framework Agreement provided under separate Works Contract Notices for companies that can undertake the supply and installation of various energy efficiency products: Workstream 2 – Energy Efficiency Measures (Companies offering one or more measures) Workstream 3 - All energy measures including refurbishment works (Companies offering all measures and refurbishment works)

National Energy Performance Contracting Framework (RE:FIT)

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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71314000

The Greater London Authority (GLA) and Local Partnerships (together referred to hereafter as the Contracting Authorities) are working with Crown Commercial Service (CCS), as the Agent noted in section 1, to establish a national energy performance contracting framework (this National Energy Performance Contracting Framework (RE:FIT) to be available for use by certain public sector bodies (as stated in this notice) wishing to achieve energy and/or carbon savings through implementing energy efficiency, and/or energy generation measures in their buildings or estates. Further details can be found in the Invitation to Tender documentation. The GLA will manage a programme delivery unit to support projects based substantially in London and Local Partnerships will support projects based substantially outside London.

Energy Efficiency and Refurbishment (N7 — WS2/3 Framework)

LHC | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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45000000

The provision of Energy Efficiency Measures and Refurbishment Works for Domestic and Public Sector buildings. LHC seeks to establish a Framework Agreement for Energy Efficiency Measures and Refurbishment work. Workstream 2 Individual Energy efficiency measure should be able to offer 1 or more of the following measures; External Wall Insulation (EWI), Cavity Wall Insulation, Internal Wall Insulation, Biomass Boilers, Photovoltaic Systems, Heat Pumps, Boilers, Connection to District Heating Systems, Loft Insulation. All companies will be required to demonstrate the ability to deliver the measures. Under Workstream 2 companies can apply for 1 or more of the above measures. The evaluation under Workstream 2 will be carried out on each individual measure and awarded on this basis. Workstream 3; Energy efficiency Measures and refurbishment works, companies applying shall be capable of providing all of the following services External Wall Insulation(EWI), Cavity Wall Insulation, Internal Wall Insulation, Biomass Boilers, Photovoltaic Systems, Heat Pumps, Gas Boilers, connection to district heating systems, Loft Insulation, and Refurbishment work. For information Workstream 1 is for consultancy services and subject to a separate contract notice.

Market Assessment for Renewable Energy Start-up Fund

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
Winner
Carbon Trust Advisory Limited
cpvs
73000000

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”) wishes to appoint a contractor (or consortium) to undertake a wide-ranging market assessment that will inform the potential future development of a renewable and/or low carbon start-up fund. This ITT is therefore seeking a supplier to undertake the above assessment with a completion date of 31/03/2016. Description: This project will provide DECC officials with an assessment of the current market requirements for support in the renewable and low carbon energy sector. This will help inform the development of any new scheme, ensuring that it delivers optimal value for money (VfM). The project will answer the following questions, whilst considering lessons learned from previous schemes: 1. What is the market need for a renewable energy start-up fund (to include an assessment of other available financial support mechanisms available); 2. What technology stage (TRL) should support be focussed on to provide optimal VfM; 3. What form of support is most needed; for example incubation support vs capital investment, grants vs loans etc. As DECC may be constrained in the type of funding available the assessment will be informed by this to ensure results are applicable. 4. What level of funding would provide the UK with optimal benefits when considering VfM for the taxpayer. This question will be informed by the level of funding available to DECC; 5. What level of incubation support is optimal to deliver value to the company and to the UK? 6. Are there additional processes that can be applied over and above those currently employed to ensure that only projects that are VfM are supported. How to ensure that Government money is definitely required. 7. What is the appropriate scope for the scheme, specifically, would it be beneficial to have a wide scope including low carbon technologies?

Replacement Air Handling Unit at One Leisure Huntingdon Wetside

Huntingdonshire District Council | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 6, 2015
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42510000

Expressions of Interest are invited for a high efficiency replacement AHU which is required for the pool at One Leisure Huntingdon. Pre-tender site visit essential due to restricted access. This is a SALIX energy efficiency project.

F/037 CEF Ireland

NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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This opportunity seeks to establish a framework agreement for capable suppliers to provide low carbon energy efficient infrastructure services, improvements and upgrades to existing or new public sector facilities in Ireland. These upgrades should offer client public bodies guaranteed reduced running costs, reduced energy consumption and reduced carbon emissions. Proposals should guarantee minimum levels of savings over the period of each contract let under the framework which may be for 15 to 30 years long ( after installation ), or the life of the plant installed. This framework agreement will be available for use by the entire Irish public sector. Please see the Invitation to Tender Document for further details.

Impacts of further Single Electricity Market reform and integration on Great Britain and the European Union

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
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73000000

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”), seeks to appoint a contractor to assess the impacts on Great Britain (GB) and the European Union (EU) of further Single Electricity Market (SEM) reform and integration. The analysis will be used to provide an evidence base to develop departmental understanding of the impacts of SEM reform and integration on GB and the EU.

Smart Building Solutions Using The Internet Of Things

NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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The UK public sector is facing a period of intense financial pressure to reduce costs. Authorities are looking towards innovative solutions to help reduce their cost base and increase efficiency through better management of their estate and its energy consumption. This Framework Agreement will provide Participating Authorities with the means to enable intelligent commercial type buildings. For the avoidance of doubt, this Framework Agreement is not concerned with domestic properties. Solutions primarily involve the installation of a sensory network that is connected, via wireless internet to cloud-based big data analytics enabling monitoring and control of energy usage, building occupancy and visibility of assets. The solution can be composed of several modular components which all work together to create a coherent platform for managing buildings to drive efficiencies across estates. The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s Commercial Procurement Service seeks to introduce a new commercial Framework Agreement which will allow UK public bodies to procure Smart Building Solutions with no further competition. This will enable Participating Authorities to act quickly in realising efficiencies. This Framework Agreement opportunity encourages smaller businesses (SME’s) to participate. As such the procurement process has been simplified to encourage greater participation. This Framework Agreement will greatly reduce the ongoing administrative burden of repeating multiple procurement processes for the services described within this ITT. This Framework Agreement will therefore support public procurement and private enterprise through its efficiency.

Direct Research Portfolio (DRP) Framework

NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING AUTHORITY | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline January 5, 2016
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73000000

Direct Research Portfolio — 3 Lots. Lot A — University interactions — Single Supplier framework. Lot B — Integrated Waste Management and Site remediation — multi supplier framework. Lot C — Spent Fuel and Nuclear materials — multi supplier framework. The contract will be let for an initial period of 24-months with the option to extend by further increments of 12-months up to a maximum contract duration of 48-months. The estimated value is 6 000 000 GBP per annum over the 3 lots however NDA does not provide any guarantees with regard to the actual expenditure. The awarded contracts will be placed by NDA for the use of NDA however NDA reserves the right to allow its parent, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) together with its Wholly Owned subsidiaries access to utilise the contracts if required. Tender documents are available by request from: procurement.tenders@nda.gov.uk (please state the Lot you require)

Scoping project for the co-benefits of climate change mitigation

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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73000000

Notice summary: This is a scoping study on the co-benefits and potential adverse impacts of climate change mitigation. The study will summarise existing and planned research activities and current understanding of potential co-benefits and adverse side effects, to identify knowledge gaps and make recommendations for future work. Description: DECC is interested in identifying, exploring and understanding co-benefits and potential adverse side effects of climate change mitigation in more detail as they could offer important incentives or disincentives for strong action on emissions reductions, both at home and abroad. Thus this project will require a comprehensive review of the UK, overseas and international literature in this area. The overall purpose of this scoping study is to provide a comprehensive overview and synthesis of existing and planned research, and to make recommendations for a future research work programme that will support DECC’s vision to promote economic growth by delivering affordable, sustainable and secure energy to the UK, while driving ambitious action on climate change internationally. The contractor will be responsible for delivering a workshop as well as a final report of the findings and recommendations. Please refer to the ITT for further information.
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