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Joint Venture For Energy and Sustainability

Eastbourne Borough Council | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 31, 2016
The commercial opportunities that would be available for each of the sustainability sectors listed below are based on what EBC and other participants want to achieve over the next 20-30 years. A list of potential starter projects have already been identified and can be found in the MOI. The JV arrangement may involve services, works or supplies being developed and delivered and commercial opportunities taken forward in a number of sectors, summarised below:
Energy – efficiency, generation, supply, demand and distribution, R&D
• Transport – cleaner transport and vehicle usage
• Fresh food production - next generation commercial greenhouses linked with energy generation
• Fresh fish or protein production - sustainable fish or protein farms linked with energy generation
• Waste - collection and circular economy
• Water – supply and adaption
The final Joint Venture (JV) structure and commercial terms is something that EBC wishes to develop during the negotiation process. EBC’s preferred option is to implement an incremental partnership drawing on the approaches developed by joint venture models such as the Hub concept that was developed by the Scottish Futures Trust. However, unlike the Hub model, rather than form a company at the outset for the JV element of the arrangements, the initial proposal is to have a contractual JV which may, if the parties agree, be incorporated during the course of the arrangements. The intention is to put in place a Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) which acts as the umbrella or top-level governance arrangement in terms of the relationship with the selected joint venture partner as well as setting out the process in relation to the delivery of projects, supplies, works and services. The SPA is therefore anticipated to set up multiple layers of involvement to cover these different elements.
EBC is willing to discuss the benefits of setting up a joint venture company at the outset with Potential Partners during the procurement process.
The primary purpose of the initial contractual Joint Venture would be to develop business cases and once a business case is developed it could be taken forwards through separate project agreements and Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs). The basis of the exact arrangements for each project would come out of the business plan process – these might be an extension of the JV in nature or might be more works/services/supplies based or involve concessions.
The JV will provide (or arrange for the provision of) “Partnering Services” in relation to the needs of the JV Areas primarily to provide and deliver (or manage the provision or delivery through its supply chain)of a mixture of energy and sustainability works, services and supplies (“Transformational Projects”) the beneficiaries of which may be the public participants named in this notice or the wider public and commercial organisations. It is anticipated that the Transformational Projects may be delivered through a range of contract and financial structures and may include special purpose vehicles established by the JV and participants in the JV arrangements.
The Partnering Services to be provided by the JV may also include but will not be limited to: Partnering and Collaborative Working; Estate Management; demonstration of Continuous Improvement in Value for Money; Property Development; Supply Chain Management; Funding; Regeneration and Community Involvement; Strategic Estate Planning and Service Planning.
Further details on the structure of the arrangements, the Hub model and scope of projects and Partnering Services can be found in the MOI obtainable from the address in section 1.3 of this notice (

Energy and Water Management and Supply

Directorate of Estates and Development | Published September 27, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016
This tender seeks to establish agreements for the provision of broker services in respect of the procurement of Electricity, Natural Gas and Water, together with related back-office/associated services.

Associated services will include, but are not limited to:

• The procurement of energy and water supply contracts on behalf of the University (via OJEU)
• Specialist market intelligence (daily/weekly/monthly)
• Provision of cost/consumption data in-line with budget planning timetable
• Monitoring & benchmarking of contract performance to budget/market averages
• In-year forecast data to assist with accounting process
• On-going University Support/Dedicated Account Manager

For full details please refer to the associated documentation and the tender attached to this notification. Bidders are asked to follow the instructions in the introductory letter, and submit a suitability assessment questionnaire in the first instance. The tender documentation is provided for information purposes only, to inform the Bidder's decision on whether or not to bid.

Contact details for Roger Ruffles :
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Tel No - 01782 734124

Energy Accelerator Project Development Services

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline October 31, 2016
The Energy Accelerator will provide expert technical, financial, commercial and specialist legal advice directly to Project Sponsors from the public and private sector who require project development support to develop projects through to financial close in the following low carbon sectors:
• District heating networks;
• Commercial and domestic energy efficiency retrofits including integration of renewable energy sources into the built environment (e.g. solar PV);
• Low carbon transport and street infrastructure.

An initial pipeline of approximately 50 projects has been identified across the Leeds City Region, ranging in support requirement value from c£5k to c£500k. However, while it is expected that the actual number of projects supported may change during the three year course of the programme, the overall total value of support provided will not change. The procured suppliers will be expected to play an integral role in identifying and developing new projects.

WYCA expects that the Energy Accelerator will be required to meet contractual obligations relating to the leverage of project development support to capital investment reaching financial close. The procured suppliers will be expected to take a lead role in developing projects from initial appraisal for support through to financial close, and will be required to meet key performance indicators relating to leverage and other factors. While the final decision to support projects rests with WYCA, WYCA will make these decisions relying on recommendations made by the suppliers.

It is expected that project development support will be broad in scope including, for example, technical surveys and advice to identify appropriate technologies and support implementation design, financial and commercial advice on viability and commercialisation of projects, procurement support, and specialist legal advice to support projects to contract stage (note that legal contracting itself is outside of the scope of the Energy Accelerator). It is expected that the financial advice required will vary from project to project but may include financial modelling and appraisal and identification and introduction of commercial funding opportunities.

The estimated value (excluding VAT) of the services over three years is in excess of £5,000,000, and is currently expected to be delivered in the following lots:
• Lots 1-3 - Commercial Sector Leads: 3 Lots at £380,000 to £430,000 each
• Lot 4 - Technical Cross-Sector Lead: 1 Lot at £310,000 to £360,000
• Lot 5 - Technical, Financial, and Specialist Legal Support – 1 lot valued at up to £3,400,000. This is expected to constitute a pool of specialist expertise supplementing the Commercial and Technical Leads, to be drawn on using a series of Task Orders over the duration of the contract.

It is expected that these Lots will be contracted on an incentivised structure based on key performance indicators to be developed through the Invitation to Tender.

WYCA expects that the Commercial and Technical Lead roles will be full-time and will be co-located with a WYCA Programme Management Team for the duration of the contract.

WYCA currently anticipates that Lot 5 (detailed delivery of advice and support) will most likely be procured as a consortium of advisors.

Lots 1-3 will provide commercial account managers to individual project sponsors managed by WYCA employed Programme Lead and will be responsible for identifying, commissioning and managing specialist support required from Lots 5 in conjunction with the Technical Cross Sector Lead.

Lots 1 to 4 may be procured as individual suppliers, or as part of the consortium for Lot 5. WYCA will make the decision on the final model of delivery based on value for money and the quality of nominated candidates.

It is intended that consortiums will therefore be able to enter two tender variants: one for Lot 5 only, and one for Lot 5 and Lots 1 to 4 together. Where a consortium tenders for Lots 1-5 inclusive, it will be required to provide responses for each Lot individually.

WYCA is calling for expressions of interest from suppliers who should submit their details on no more than one side of A4 stating what contribution they would be able to make to the programme.

Octavia Housing Association - Planned and Responsive Maintenance and Repair of Energy Infrastructure Installations and associated Distribution Systems

Dacorum Borough Council | Published October 13, 2016  -  Deadline November 11, 2016
The work included in this contract comprises the provision of planned and responsive maintenance and repair services to centralised energy infrastructure installations and associated distribution systems in three large shared-occupancy social housing developments located in Central and West London. A brief description of each of the developments is provided in 1.3 below. 

The principal element of the proposed contract covers the provision of planned and responsive maintenance and repair services to the centralised energy infrastructure installations and associated distribution systems up to and including the heating interface units (HIUs) located within each individual dwelling, and including all heating and hot water installations located in the common areas of the buildings. In each of the developments the Energy Centre and Energy Services Distribution System broadly comprises:

• twin gas fired boilers
• associated pumps and ancillary equipment
• a water booster set and tanks
• all associated pipework and controls up to and including the HIUs located in each individual dwelling.

Further details of the equipment, including current condition survey reports, are provided in the three consultant reports which form part of the tender documents.

Bidders should note that:

i) the Condition Survey Reports record that at the time of inspection a variety of defects were found at each of the three installations. Octavia will address all outstanding defects identified in the Condition Survey Reports prior to making an appointment under this contract.

ii) The Condition Survey Reports also record that issues were found with the CHP units at each of the three sites. Octavia are currently carrying out further investigations in respect of the CHP units, and will deal with all CHP related issues outside this contract. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF THE THREE CHP UNITS WILL THEREFORE BE EXCLUDED FROM THIS CONTRACT.

iii) this appointment is for maintenance and repair services only – metering services are provided by others under separate agreements.

In addition to the main tender, Octavia also require bidders to submit supplementary proposals for the provision of planned and responsive repair services to the domestic heating and hot water installations located within each of the separate tenanted dwellings downstream of the HIUs. These installations each comprise a conventional mix of domestic distribution pipework and valves, pump, heat emitters, control systems and hot water draw-off points fed from the HIU.

In connection with the supplementary tender, tenderers attention is specifically drawn to the following:

i. maintenance of the domestic HIUs is included within the principal tender element set out above.

ii. this domestic installation service will NOT be made available to leaseholders under this contract. Leaseholders are each responsible for the maintenance of their own domestic installation downstream of the HIU.

Octavia Housing wish to appoint a single suitably qualified and experienced specialist company, able to demonstrate a successful and effective track record in the execution of contracts of this type, to provide such services to the three residential developments described in 1.3 below.

A full list of postal addresses for each development, identifying those properties held by leaseholders, will be provided upon signature of the contract.

WSCC - LC Energy Tariff Soft Market Testing

West Sussex County Council | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2017
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West Yorkshire Transport Fund - Specialist Professional Consultancy

West Yorkshire Combined Authority | Published April 22, 2016  -  Deadline May 22, 2020
West Yorkshire Combined Authority and the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership has secured a £1billion-plus Growth Deal to support growing businesses, develop a skilled and prosperous workforce, improve energy efficiency and create the housing and transport infrastructure for growth.

Within this Growth Deal, there are a number of schemes, predominantly highway, that will require specialist services over the coming years. These services will be acquired through a framework that will then be subject to mini competition invited during the period by individual Districts as and when required.

The schemes and services are listed in the questionnaire.

The concluded contract will be open for use by the 22 local authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber region. Details of the authorities can be found at;↦=4

Contract for Carbon Reduction Programme - BEMS Continuous Commissioning Support Contract

Procurement (on behalf of the University) | Published September 3, 2016  -  Deadline November 15, 2016
The University of Reading wish to appoint a contractor for an intelligence led support contract for the Schneider Continuum & Struxureware BMS Control System to ensure savings and additional savings are achieved as a direct result of further intervention works. The proposed software solution and support contract must be compatible with the Schneider Continuum & Struxureware BMS Control System.The contractor will supply, install, commission a fully managed software solution which will monitor parameters within each of the controllers on site, and collect energy consumption data which shall inform UoR's personnel of required works.

Documents included in this tender pack.

Please complete the PQQ document questionnaire for submission. If you wish to attend the supplier site visit please complete and confirm your attendance following the instructions on the site visit invitation letter.

For information only. The tender Pack includes the Draft ITT document and Draft Supplier agreement. These documents are for information only at this stage and should not be completed. The ITT and Supplier agreement will be issued for shortlisted bidders to complete as scheduled in the timetable/schedule.

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