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TC815/CB — Low Carbon and Energy Related Technical Services.

Manchester City Council | Published June 3, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
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73000000, 79000000

The purpose of this procurement exercise is to appoint a number of individual firms or consortia, each operating under a Framework Agreement to provide technical services and support to the Council (and other public sector bodies and contracting authorities as detailed in the ITT) as part of two Lots of project types (each broken down by project specialism), on a non-exclusive, call-off basis. Lot 1 — Centralised and decentralised energy, renewable technologies, energy efficiency. Lot 2 — Power networks.

PUK1329-D - SMBC Energy Capital Project - Central Plant and Electrical Resilience

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 10, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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45000000

PUK1329-D - SMBC Energy Capital Project - Central Plant and Electrical Resilience Supply and installation of a new HV transformer, new diesel generator and replacement electrical switchgear

Purchase of Beamline End Station to enable High Current and High Energy operation of a 5MV Tandem Io

The University of Manchester | Published January 17, 2015
Winner
Aquila Nuclear Engineering Ltd
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31643000

The University wishes to appoint a Contractor or Contractors to supply a bespoke radiation shielded end station to enable high beam current and high beam energy operation of a 5MV tandem ion beam accelerator. Part of the Dalton Nuclear Institute the equipment will be housed in the Dalton Cumbrian Facility, the University's research base at the Westlakes Science and Technology Park in Cumbria.

Energy Supply Contracts to Salford City Council

Salford City Council | Published January 5, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017
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371000

Salford City Council (SCC) is seeking the most economically advantageous offer(s) for each of the energy supply contracts outlined below. • Supply of Electricity (Half Hourly & P272 profiles) • Supply of Electricity (Unmetered supplies)

Your Housing Group Gas Servicing, Completion of LGSRs, Breakdowns, Boiler Replacements, Installations including solid fuel, LPG, Oil, Combined Heat and Power, Solar, Smoke and Carbon monoxide detector testing and installation and alternative energy systems.

Your Housing Group | Published February 4, 2015
Winner
Warmer Energy Services
cpvs
50531200, 50531100, 50710000, 50720000, 50413100, 50413200, 45331100, 45331110, 45333000, 39715210

Gas Servicing, Completion of LGSRs, Breakdowns, Boiler Replacements, Installations including solid fuel, LPG, Oil, Combined Heat and Power, Solar, Smoke and Carbon monoxide detector testing and installation and alternative energy systems.

Q20215 Octagon Project Energy Network Detailed Project Development

Manchester City Council | Published June 12, 2017  -  Deadline July 3, 2017
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71310000

Manchester City Council is inviting tenders to undertake detailed project development for the Manchester Octagon Project Energy Network.

Q20215 Octagon Project Energy Network Detailed Project Development

Manchester City Council | Published June 12, 2017  -  Deadline July 3, 2017
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150000, 191300, 370000, 391500

Manchester City Council is inviting tenders to undertake detailed project development for the Manchester Octagon Project Energy Network.

PFA Energy Dynamic Purchasing System

Procurement For All Ltd | Published July 13, 2017  -  Deadline August 9, 2017
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09000000

Procurement For All invites organisations to participate in a 60 month DPS for energy brokerage and supply services. The DPS will be accessible by members of PFA. The DPS may be used by all Registered Providers of Social Housing, Local Authorities and all other contracting authorities that are located in the United Kingdom ("Customers"), including those listed in Schedule 1 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015/102. The DPS is also available to all current and future members of PFA, a public sector consortium with a list of members available from: www.procurementforall.co.uk/about/members/.

LCDC - ENERGY ADVISORY REPORTS 2015 - RFQ 8814281

Lancashire County Council | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 1, 2015
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71314000

The completion of 454 Advisory Reports.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Gleeds Advisory Ltd | Published February 17, 2017
Winner
D & D International Valves Ltd
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09000000

The Oil and Pipelines Agency (OPA) is a public corporation, formed in 1986 by virtue of the Oil and Pipelines Act 1985 to operate and maintain the Government Pipeline and Storage System (GPSS) on behalf of the Ministry of Defence (MOD). There are 6 coastal Oil Fuel Depots (OFD's) and 1 Depot inland for the storage of Crude Oil in the UK owned by the MoD but operated and managed by OPA. The OFD's principal role is to receive, store and issue middle distillate fuels to support Naval Command. The 2 OFD's located in Southern England at Gosport and Thanckes support the adjacent HM Naval Bases namely Portsmouth and Devonport. The Scottish site at Garelochhead supports Faslane Naval Base, whilst OFD's at Loch Striven, Loch Ewe and Campbeltown provide bulk storage and regional support to visiting Royal Fleet Auxiliary tankers and warships. The OFD at Plumley is an inland site for the storage of Crude or Fuel Oil. All other sites are supplied by sea.

Supply of tank side triple offside Butterfly valves, Class 150 and 300 for above ground installations and valve pits for transfer of various white oil fuel storage across 7 locations throughout the UK.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Gleeds Advisory Ltd | Published November 2, 2016  -  Deadline November 25, 2016
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09000000, 42131142, 42130000, 42131280, 42131290

The Oil and Pipelines Agency (OPA) is a public corporation, formed in 1986 by virtue of the Oil and Pipelines Act 1985 to operate and maintain the Government Pipeline and Storage System (GPSS) on behalf of the Ministry of Defence (MOD). There are 6 coastal Oil Fuel Depots (OFD's) and 1 Depot inland for the storage of Crude Oil in the UK owned by the MoD but operated and managed by OPA. The OFD's principal role is to receive, store and issue middle distillate fuels to support Naval Command. The 2 OFD's located in Southern England at Gosport and Thanckes support the adjacent HM Naval Bases namely Portsmouth and Devonport. The Scottish site at Garelochhead supports Faslane Naval Base, whilst OFD's at Loch Striven, Loch Ewe and Campbeltown provide bulk storage and regional support to visiting Royal Fleet Auxiliary tankers and warships. The OFD at Plumley is an inland site for the storage of Crude or Fuel Oil. All other sites are supplied by sea.

Supply of tank side triple offside Butterfly valves, Class 150 and 300 for above ground installations and valve pits for transfer of various white oil fuel storage across 7 locations throughout the UK.

Endosurgery and Womens Health

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published March 7, 2017
Winner
Minitouch Ltd
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33168000

This agreement includes, endosurgical access devices, stapling devices, linear cutters, ligation and energy devices.

Provision of LED High Mast Lighting

Manchester Airports Group PLC | Published May 6, 2016
Winner
CU Phosco Lighting Ltd
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31527260, 71318100

The appointment of a supplier of energy efficient LED high Mast lamps/luminaires to retrofit existing assets.

Project Perch — Wirral Waters.

Peel Land and Property (Ports) Limited | Published March 28, 2015
Winner
Morgan Sindall Plc
cpvs
45210000

The project comprises the design and construction of a new build facility for the manufacturing of large components within the Energy Sector.

Project Perch — Wirral Waters.

Peel Land and Property (Ports) Limited | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
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45210000

The project comprises the design and construction of a new build facility for the manufacturing of large components within the Energy Sector.

Provision of Environmental Consultancy Services

GM Business Support Ltd | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline May 24, 2016
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79400000, 71314300, 90713000, 90714000, 80540000

The Business Growth Hub wishes to appoint multiple consultants to enter into a Consultancy Bank Framework Contract for the Provision of Environmental Consultancy Services as set out below. Commissioned consultancy services will be delivered as part of Business Growth Hub's Green Growth service.

The objectives of the environmental support from consultants will be to improve the competitiveness of recipient businesses through:

— Advising on eco design and development of new products and packaging;

— Recommending innovative improvements to processes;

— Identifying ways to reduce use of natural resources;

— Identifying new or improved ways to manage and reduce use of energy;

— Identifying opportunities to implement or utilise renewable energy sources;

— Supporting businesses to implement renewable energy and other measures resulting in achieved cost and carbon savings.

Services will be delivered to SMEs in Greater Manchester across a range of business sectors and technical specialisms that may include but are not limited to 1 or more of the following areas:

— Process Efficiency;

— Product/ Packaging Eco-design;

— Water Efficiency and Effluent Management;

Energy Efficiency;

— Renewable Energy;

— Transport;

— Carbon Management and Reporting.

This contract has an option to extend for a further 6 months (until 30.6.2019) if required.

Provision of Environmental Consultancy Services

GM Business Support Ltd | Published July 13, 2016
Winner
Mabbett & Associates Ltd
cpvs
79400000, 71314300, 90713000, 90714000, 80540000

The Business Growth Hub wishes to appoint multiple consultants to enter into a Consultancy Bank Framework Contract for the Provision of Environmental Consultancy Services as set out below. Commissioned consultancy services will be delivered as part of Business Growth Hub's Green Growth service.

The objectives of the environmental support from consultants will be to improve the competitiveness of recipient businesses through:

— advising on eco design and development of new products and packaging;

— recommending innovative improvements to processes;

— identifying ways to reduce use of natural resources;

— identifying new or improved ways to manage and reduce use of energy;

— identifying opportunities to implement or utilise renewable energy sources;

— supporting businesses to implement renewable energy and other measures resulting in achieved cost and carbon savings.

Services will be delivered to SMEs in Greater Manchester across a range of business sectors and technical specialisms that may include but are not limited to 1 or more of the following areas:

— process efficiency;

— product/packaging Eco-design;

— water efficiency and effluent management;

energy efficiency;

— renewable energy;

— transport;

— carbon management and reporting.

This contract has an option to extend for a further 6 months (until 30.6.2019) if required.

Your Housing Group Gas Servicing, Completion of LGSRs, Breakdowns, Boiler Replacements, Installation

Your Housing Group | Published February 4, 2015
Winner
British Gas Social Housing Ltd TA P H Jones, Liberty Gas Group Ltd, British Gas Social Housing Ltd TA PH Jones, Warmer Energy Services
cpvs
50531200, 50531100, 50710000, 50720000, 50413100, 50413200, 45331100, 45331110, 45333000, 39715210

Gas Servicing, Completion of LGSRs, Breakdowns, Boiler Replacements, Installations including solid fuel, LPG, Oil, Combined Heat and Power, Solar, Smoke and Carbon monoxide detector testing and installation and alternative energy systems.

Air-conditioning appliances

General Medical Council (GMC) | Published February 28, 2017
Winner
Oasis Services
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39717200, 42512000

The General Medical council is seeking to carry out replacement of some of the air conditioning systems located on the 4th and 7th floors in St James's Building, Manchester M1 6FQ.

A. The General Medical council is seeking to carry out replacement of some of the air conditioning systems located on the 4th and 7th floors in St James's Building.

b. An asset list of the current installation of air conditioning equipment the GMC are looking to replace can be found in Annex A.

c. The GMC is open to suggestions on the type of system which the provider feels would be most beneficial in terms of heating and cooling the areas concerned together with environmental considerations and potential energy savings

d. Consideration should be given to life-cycle costs. This can be demonstrated with details of what the costs would be for ongoing maintenance and availability of spare parts.

e. Consideration should also be given to energy saving opportunities. The provider should look at payback times and highlight any anticipated drop in energy consumption.

14/166 PROCUREMENT OF A JOINT VENTURE PARTNER (JVP) IN RELATION TO DEVELOPMENT OF A HEAT NETWORK

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline October 14, 2015
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The Council wishes to procure a Joint Venture Partner (JVP) with which to enter into a corporate joint venture arrangement (JVA). The purpose of the JVA, which will have an intended duration of 30 years, is to seek commercial benefit to the joint venture partners by delivering heat networks in Cheshire East. The JVP will be asked, as part of its proposals, to outline its approach to: maximising the use of renewable resources particularly geothermal energy in line with the Council's vision for energy to address fuel poverty and increase energy independence bringing the greatest commercial benefit to the joint venture; and delivering an initial project based on exploitation of the geothermal resources found in the area. The council seeks a JVP for a period of 30 years to bring forward proposals for projects which will deliver district heating networks using renewable sources (including geothermal). The total quantity or scope of delivery will be determined through the adoption and execution of a Business Plan and individual projects pursuant to it. Any works which arise as a result of JVA activity are anticipated to range from £1 million to £100 million but no volume or quantity will be guaranteed. The values given in this notice are estimations only and the Council gives no guarantee or warranty or makes any representation as to the accuracy of any indicative volumes or as to the projects (if any) that will be pursued under the JVA. If you are interested in the above please express an interest, download the documentation and upload your response by 12 noon on Wednesday 14th October 2015.