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Energy Technical Specialist Framework.

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published April 21, 2015
Winner
Cenex
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Engineering-related scientific and technical services. Technical services. Technical control services. Technical assistance services. Technical support services. Technical planning services. Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. Energy and related services. Energy-efficiency consultancy services. Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy. Marine research services. Marine services. Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy. Solar energy. Wind-energy generators. Fossil fuels. Gaseous fuels. Solar photovoltaic modules. Transport systems consultancy services. Industry specific software package. Hydrogen. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (‘DECC’) wishes to appoint suppliers for technical support for; determination, evaluation and delivering the UK energy and climate change policies and programmes as part of the Energy Technical Specialist Framework. The key areas of expertise needed are: — Nuclear Technologies LOT 1 — Off-shore wind and the marine environment LOT 2 — Onshore wind LOT 3 — Bioenergy and energy from waste LOT 4 — Solar Thermal technologies LOT 5 — Solar photo voltaic technologies LOT 6 — Hydrogen, fuel cell technologies and synthetic fuels LOT 7 — Hydroelectric and marine technologies (including wave and tidal) LOT 8 — Petrochemical (upstream and downstream) LOT 9—Innovative fossil fuel fired generation LOT 10—Innovative fossil fuel extraction technologies LOT 11 — Geothermal technologies LOT 12 — ICT (including smart grid, smart meters and smart controls) LOT 13 — Energy storage & Demand Side Response (DSR) LOT 14 —Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)LOT 15—Electricity transmission and distribution systems LOT 16 — Gas transmission and distribution systems LOT 17 — Heat networks, space heating and domestic heating (including heat pumps)LOT 18—Technology, science and energy modelling LOT 19 — Energy Efficiency in buildings LOT 20 — Industrial energy efficiency LOT 21 — Transport LOT 22(i)Suppliers have the opportunity to bid for any LOTS or all LOTS. (ii)The framework will consist of 22 LOTS and each LOT will have up to 6 suppliers per LOT.

Energy technical specialist framework.

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published November 15, 2014  -  Deadline December 22, 2014
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Engineering-related scientific and technical services. Technical services. Technical control services. Technical assistance services. Technical support services. Technical planning services. Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. Energy and related services. Energy-efficiency consultancy services. Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy. Marine research services. Marine services. Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy. Solar energy. Wind-energy generators. Fossil fuels. Gaseous fuels. Solar photovoltaic modules. Transport systems consultancy services. Industry specific software package. Hydrogen. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (‘DECC’) wishes to appoint suppliers for technical support for; determination, evaluation and delivering the UK energy and climate change policies and programmes as part of the Energy Technical Specialist Framework. The key areas of expertise needed are:-Nuclear Technologies LOT 1-Off-shore wind and the marine environment LOT 2-Onshore wind LOT 3-Bioenergy and energy from waste LOT 4-Solar Thermal technologies LOT 5-Solar photo voltaic technologies LOT 6-Hydrogen, fuel cell technologies and synthetic fuels LOT 7-Hydroelectric and marine technologies (including wave and tidal)LOT 8-Petrochemical (upstream and downstream)LOT 9-Innovative fossil fuel fired generation LOT 10-Innovative fossil fuel extraction technologies LOT 11-Geothermal technologies LOT 12-ICT (including smart grid, smart meters and smart controls)LOT 13-Energy storage & Demand Side Response (DSR)LOT 14-Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)LOT 15-Electricity transmission and distribution systems LOT 16-Gas transmission and distribution systems LOT 17-Heat networks, space heating and domestic heating (including heat pumps)LOT 18-Technology, science and energy modelling LOT 19-Energy Efficiency in buildings LOT 20-Industrial energy efficiency LOT 21-Transport LOT 22(i)Suppliers have the opportunity to bid for any LOTS or all LOTS.(ii)The framework will consist of 22 LOTS and each LOT will have up to 6 suppliers per LOT.

Energy Masterplanning

London Borough of Merton | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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73000000

The strategic aims which the council hopes to achieve are: 1) A comprehensive assessment of the potential opportunities and options for establishing a district heating scheme in connection with major regeneration schemes within the borough. Explore the full range of potential options for developing a decentralised energy network in Merton. Examine the different options for network development. 2) To gain a detailed understanding of the technical, financial and sustainability issues around potential district heating options. This work will help by providing the council with the information it needs to identify potential opportunities for delivering a decentralised energy network in the borough and assess the technical feasibility of decentralised energy networks in relation to regeneration projects within the borough. This work will be delivered in three stages set out in 2 phases: Phase 1: refresh of borough mapping and a review of the councils CHP opportunity areas and Energy Masterplanning in order to identify the full range for potential district heating options in relation to major regeneration projects around the High Path Estate and Morden Town Centre . Phase 2 - Part 1:High level feasibility and options appraisals for the opportunity areas around two regeneration projects Phase 2 - Part 2: Detailed feasibility studies and financial modelling for the preferred options in order to support the delivery of the Energy Masterplans. Please see www.londontenders.org for further information.

Energy-management services

London & Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) | Published June 15, 2016
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Energy-management services

GLA80814 Decentralised Energy.

Transport for London (Commercial Services) | Published February 17, 2016
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71314000, 71314200, 71314300

GLA80814 Decentralised Energy.

Energy Monitoring

THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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The University of Westminster would like to invite proposals for the provsion of an Energy Monitoring System. For further information about the tender and tender documents. Please email ems-tenders@westminster.ac.uk

Efficiency of Energy Related Products and Energy Information Regulations – Qualitative Interviews

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE | Published July 15, 2015  -  Deadline July 29, 2015
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Notice summary: The project comprises 20 qualitative interviews with a purposive sample of stakeholders affected by 2 energy efficiency and product labelling regulations. The interviews for the first regulation must be prioritised and delivered to a tight deadline. Description: This work is intended to provide qualitative information on the implementation of The Ecodesign for Energy-Related Products (Amendment) Regulations 2011, and The Energy Information Regulations 2011. • The Ecodesign for Energy-Related Products (Amendment) Regulations 2011 Provides the National Measurement Office (NMO) with the ability to use civil sanctions and cost-sharing as well as criminal sanctions in the event of companies not complying with energy efficiency requirements of specified products. This was intended to safeguard Eco-design through enabling a proportionate, effective and dissuasive penalty regime and drive energy efficiency in UK products. • The Energy Information Regulations 2011 Provides the National Measurement Office (NMO) with the ability to use civil sanctions and cost-sharing as well as criminal sanctions in the event of companies not complying with their legal requirement of manufacturers of specified types of products to provide, and retailers to display, accurate labels that indicate the energy efficiency of their products. This was intended to increase compliance with energy labelling to inform the consumer and help them save energy. The overall questions to be answered by the reviews are: • Has the regulation achieved its original objectives? • Are these objectives still valid? • Is the regulation still required, does it remain the best option for achieving those objectives?; and • Can the regulation be improved to reduce the burden on business and its overall costs? This qualitative research will inform these reviews by: • Consulting with a variety of external stakeholders on the effects of two regulations and their implementation on business. • Establishing if there were any unintended consequences of the regulations or scope for improvement in their implementation, • Reporting stakeholders views on what lessons can be learned about the implementation of these regulations

GLA80814 — Decentralised Energy Framework

Transport for London (Commercial Services) | Published July 2, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
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71314200, 71314300

Appointment of Consultants to deliver the Decentralised Energy Framework.

GLA80814 — Decentralised Energy Framework

Transport for London | Published July 4, 2016
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71314200, 71314300, 71314200, 71314300, 71314200, 71314300, 71314200, 71314300, 71314200, 71314300

Appointment of Consultants to deliver the Decentralised Energy Framework.

Provision of British Energy Challenge, london discussion forum to the Department of Energy and Climate Change

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published October 23, 2014
Winner
Prospect Publishing limited 25 Sackville Street, London, W1S 3AX
cpvs
73000000

Provision of British Energy Challenge, london discussion forum to the Department of Energy and Climate Change

Energy Consultancy Services.

Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published November 19, 2015
Winner
STC Energy Management Ltd
cpvs
71314200

Energy Consultancy Services to include but not be limited to: — Account reconciliation and set up and maintenance of a utilities property database; — Management of outstanding utility bills; — Utility data analysis; — Receive, validate and pass for payment all invoices in a format specified by Metropolitan; — Monitoring and targeting providing management reports; — Support to the in-house procurement team when re-procuring both Gas and Electricity; — Meter Management including but not limited to Meter reading, AMR Roll Out, migration of pre-payment meters to non-pre payment meters; — Management of new connections and disconnections; — Access to funding; — Support to the Energy Contracts Officer in identifying invest to save initiatives; — Invoice validation and reconciliation services in order to generate refunds from energy suppliers.

Energy Management Services.

Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published June 27, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
cpvs
71314200

Energy Consultancy Services to include but not be limited to: — Account reconciliation and set up and maintenance of a utilities property database; — Management of outstanding utility bills; — Utility data analysis; — Receive, validate and pass for payment all invoices in a format specified by Metropolitan; — Monitoring and targeting providing management reports; — Support to the in-house procurement team when re-procuring both Gas and Electricity; — Meter Management including but not limited to Meter reading, AMR Roll Out, migration of pre-payment meters to non-pre payment meters; — Management of new connections and disconnections; — Access to funding; — Support to the Energy Contracts Officer in identifying invest to save initiatives; — Invoice validation and reconciliation services in order to generate refunds from energy suppliers.

Energy Management Services.

Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd | Published June 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
cpvs
71314200

Energy Consultancy Services to include but not be limited to: — Account reconciliation and set up and maintenance of a utilities property database; — Management of outstanding utility bills; — Utility data analysis; — Receive, validate and pass for payment all invoices in a format specified by Metropolitan; — Monitoring and targeting providing management reports; — Support to the in-house procurement team when re-procuring both Gas and Electricity; — Meter Management including but not limited to Meter reading, AMR Roll Out, migration of pre-payment meters to non-pre payment meters; — Management of new connections and disconnections; — Access to funding; — Support to the Energy Contracts Officer in identifying invest to save initiatives; — Invoice validation and reconciliation services in order to generate refunds from energy suppliers.

Energy-management services

Department of Energy and Climate Change | Published July 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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Ensuring access to secure, affordable energy supplies is the Government's top priority. The Capacity Market, introduced by the Energy Act 2013, is intended to ensure sufficient investment in the overall level of reliable capacity (both supply and demand side) for secure electricity supply in the UK. This is achieved through annual auctions which competitively set a price for capacity. It is essential that the decisions relating to this mechanism are based on analysis that is as transparent, robust and up-to-date as possible.

National Energy Performance Contracting Framework (RE:FIT).

Greater London Authority | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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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.

Identification of superfluous Energy Demand Model variables

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published January 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 6, 2015
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73000000

As part of a programme of work to streamline their Energy and Emissions Projection modelling facilities, DECC wish to commission external analysts to identify superfluous variables within their Energy Demand Model (EDM).

National Energy Performance Contracting Framework (Re:FIT)

2 contracting authorities: Greater London Authority (GLA) and Local Partnerships LLP | Published May 24, 2016
Winner
Ameresco Limited, Bouygues E&S FM UK Ltd, Breathe Energy Limited, British Gas Trading Limited, Engie Services Limited, Cynergin Projects Limited, EDF Energy Customers PLC, Herbert T Forrest Ltd, ISS Facility Services Limited, Kier Services Limited, Larkfleet Limited, Matrix Control Solutions Limited, Zephyro SpA, Robertson Group Limited, SSE Contracting Limited, Vital Energi Utilities Ltd
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The Greater London Authority (GLA) and Local Partnerships LLP (together referred to hereafter as the Contracting Authorities) worked 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 OJEU Ref: 2015/S 214-391299) wishing to achieve energy and/or carbon savings through implementing energy efficiency, and/or energy generation measures in their buildings or estates.

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 use by air-conditioning - LOT 1

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published December 17, 2014
Winner
BRE Bucknalls Lane, Watford, Herts, WD25 9XX
cpvs
73000000

Energy use by air-conditioning - LOT 1

Ukraine sustainable energy-future -challenges and opportunities

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published October 14, 2014
Winner
European-Ukrainian Energy Agency , Ukraine
cpvs
65000000

Ukraine sustainable energy-future -challenges and opportunities

Ukraine sustainable energy-future -challenges and opportunities

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published October 14, 2014
cpvs
65000000

Ukraine sustainable energy-future -challenges and opportunities