Public tenders for energy in Nottingham United Kingdom

Find all Energy tenders in the world.
Finding business opportunities has never been easier.

Results for energy. Make a new search!

Energy broker and trading services.

Robin Hood Energy Ltd | Published December 23, 2014  -  Deadline January 27, 2015
cpvs
09000000, 09000000, 09000000

Energy broker and trading services.

Energy-management services

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published February 12, 2015
cpvs
71314200

Energy-management services

Energy-management services

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published January 2, 2015
cpvs
71314200, 09200000, 45300000, 09300000, 31100000, 31000000, 42100000, 42980000, 42990000, 42110000, 45250000, 51100000, 51130000, 51140000, 31200000, 65410000, 65400000, 71310000, 73100000, 71314100, 71314000, 73200000, 73300000, 31600000, 71321000, 66122000, 09320000, 90712500, 76100000

Ultra-Low Carbon Energy Solution: Market consultation regarding the supply of an Ultra Low Carbon Energy Solution for the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Ultra-Low Carbon Energy Solution: Market consultation regarding the supply of an Ultra Low Carbon En

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust | Published January 3, 2015
cpvs
71314200, 09200000, 45300000, 09300000, 31100000, 31000000, 42100000, 42980000, 42990000, 42110000, 45250000, 51100000, 51130000, 51140000, 31200000, 65410000, 65400000, 71310000, 73100000, 71314100, 71314000, 73200000, 73300000, 31600000, 71321000, 66122000, 09320000, 90712500, 76100000

Background: The Trust faces unprecedented challenges associated with increasing energy costs; the pricing of carbon; the need for flexibility in building use in the face of changing healthcare provision; and the goal of a substantial reduction in CO2 emissions. It is also conscious of the health impacts of poor air quality and climate change and the need for healthcare organisations to take a position of leadership in use of clean energy and recognise the social and financial cost of poor air quality and climate change. In 2011 the Trust conducted a broad based market sounding related to the need to replace the coal-fired boiler system which has been in situ for over 35 years. The response from the supply chain was excellent and the Trust subsequently explored some of the options presented and undertook some data collection and feasibility studies. The Trust is now progressing this project as a priority. This market consultation has been issued to re-engage with the supply chain communicate this unmet need and to pull together the necessary technical and market information to develop a procurement strategy that can deliver the requirement. The purpose of this PIN is to: — update the supply chain regarding the scope and approach being sought; — launch a period of market consultation and invite expressions of interest; — provide advance notice of the tender and an indicative procurement time-frame; — provide advance notice of a site visit for potential suppliers in February 2015. This procurement is part of the EcoQUIP Project, co-financed by the European Commission. The aim of the EcoQUIP project is to improve the efficiency, quality and environmental sustainability of healthcare through innovation procurement. The project will make progress towards this aim by creating an ‘Innovation Procurement Leaders Group' of hospitals that have competence in innovation procurement and the capacity to pioneer new approaches to collaborative procurement. The aim is to stimulate demand for innovative goods and services and delivering practical procurement outcomes. The objective of the EcoQUIP project is to support public procurers in purchasing new/improved solutions to: — Offset the additional risks and costs of innovation procurement; — Enable collaboration to create a critical mass of demand; — Test the feasibility and options for a future EU support scheme; http://www.ecoquip.eu Scope and approach: The coal fired City Hospital boiler house and steam distribution system is now over 35 years old and would require significant investment over the next 5 years to ensure continued supply of steam for heating and hot water to the site. The standby gas fired boilers are also in need of replacement as they are nearing the end of their useful life. There are several potential single points of failure that also need to be eliminated. This project provides an opportunity to ensure that the Trust's energy provision is fit for the future and changing models of healthcare provision. The Trust needs to achieve more than a step-change reduction in energy demand and emissions; we want to reverse historical trends and deliver continuous efficiency improvements across the Trust, over the next 20 years. The Trust wants to address the NHS goal of a 50 % reduction in carbon emissions by 2030, and at least 34 % by 2020 from its 1990 baseline. To facilitate this the Trust would like to explore options for trialing or demonstrating innovative solutions. Following the market sounding exercise and a further review of the situation on site and future requirements, the Trust has established that rather than replace the central boiler, the Trust needs to move to a highly energy efficient partially or fully distributed energy solution. Several areas have been identified as suitable for a distributed solutions, including the laundry which is moving to 24

Soft Market Testing - Energy Efficiency Software

Nottingham City Council | Published August 25, 2017
cpvs
30000000

Nottingham City Council wish to undertake a soft market testing exercise to canvass external providers of energy efficiency software to investigate potential savings through the monitoring and power consumption on the Nottingham City Council network.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Nottingham City Council | Published March 2, 2017
cpvs
09000000, 34000000, 42000000, 44000000

Nottingham City Council is to undertake a soft market testing exercise to canvass external providers of fuel tanks to replace an existing underground fuel tank that is approaching the end of its expected life.

The existing fuel tanks are located underneath a fuel island — an above-ground tank is preferred therefore decommission of the existing tank will be required.

Existing terminals and pumps will remain in use but may need to be relocated depending on pipework and space requirements.

Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy

Nottingham City Council | Published August 19, 2016
Winner
Robin Hood Energy
cpvs

Electricity supply for various sites across the NCC portfolio.

1MWh Containerised Battery Gried Tied Storage System (ITT/821)

University of Nottingham | Published January 20, 2017
Winner
EvoEnergy Ltd
cpvs
09310000, 65400000

We invite tenders for a 1 MWh containerised battery energy storage system, including a 250 kW Grid Tied Inverter and a second costed option with a 500 kW inverter these options are highly desirable. However, alternative readily available non bespoke systems that have minimum 1 MWh energy storage (250 kW - 500 kW inverter) will be considered as alternatives to the desirable specification.

1MWh Containerised Battery Gried Tied Storage System (ITT/821)

University of Nottingham | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
cpvs
09310000, 65400000

We invite tenders forr a 1MWh containerised battery energy storage system, including a 250kW Grid Tied Inverter and a second costed option with a 500kW inverter these options are highly desirable. However, alternative readily available non bespoke systems that have minimum 1MWh energy storage (250kW-500kW inverter) will be considered as alternatives to the desirable specification.

1MWh Containerised Battery Gried Tied Storage System (ITT/821)

The University of Nottingham | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline November 24, 2016
cpvs
09310000, 65400000

We invite tenders forr a 1MWh containerised battery energy storage system, including a 250kW Grid Tied Inverter and a second costed option with a 500kW inverter these options are highly desirable. However, alternative readily available non bespoke systems that have minimum 1MWh energy storage (250kW-500kW inverter) will be considered as alternatives to the desirable specification.

Building Management System Consultancy

East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit (EMSCU | Published May 17, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2016
cpvs
71315200

It is necessary to replace Building Management Systems (BMS) at some main buildings as these controls the heating and cooling of buildings. Many of the buildings contain equipment that is 20 to 30 years old and they have a life expectancy of 15 years which means that they are not providing the correct levels of comfort to people working in the buildings and the energy efficiency is low causing the Force to spend more on energy.

Solar Photovoltaic installation_Trent Basin(ITT/793)

The University of Nottingham | Published February 3, 2017
Winner
Solar Ready Solutions Ltd
cpvs
09330000, 09332000

This tender is for the design, supply ad commissioning of a solar photovoltaic installation to the residential development at Trent Basin, Nottingham.

The installation forms part of a pilot community energy scheme (CES) on the 22 acre Trent Basin site in Nottingham. The project takes a transformational approach to how communities can generate and consume energy. The community energy demonstrator and associated research work is funded by Innovate UK, the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) and associated industry partners.

1 of the key objectives of the project is to create vendor diagnostic business model templates that can be used by any developer to deploy CES as part of their own projects.

The following are the key benefits:

The consumer will benefit from reduced energy prices.

New value will be created for developers and technology suppliers.

The overall energy system cost for new generation will be reduced.

The works covered under this specification comprise the following:

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to existing dwelling roofs.

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to the elevation of an existing apartment block.

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to create a temporary farm on an area of vacant land adjacent to the existing dwellings.

All associated site preparation, building work, and infrastructure to facility the solar photovoltaic installations.

Separate procurement exercises will be undertaken in respect of the following:

Containerised battery solution

Infrastructure, controls and monitoring for linking containerised battery solutions, dwellings and proposed solar photovoltaics.

Solar Photovoltaic installation_Trent Basin(ITT/793)

University of Nottingham | Published November 23, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016
cpvs
09330000, 09332000

This tender is for the design, supply ad commissioning of a solar photovoltaic installation to the residential development at Trent Basin, Nottingham.

The installation forms part of a pilot community energy scheme (CES) on the 22 acre Trent Basin site in Nottingham. The project takes a transformational approach to how communities can generate and consume energy. The community energy demonstrator and associated research work is funded by Innovate UK, the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) and associated industry partners.

One of the key objectives of the project is to create vendor diagnostic business model templates that can be used by any developer to deploy CES as part of their own projects.

The following are the key benefits:

The consumer will benefit from reduced energy prices.

New value will be created for developers and technology suppliers.

The overall energy system cost for new generation will be reduced.

The works covered under this specification comprise the following:

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to existing dwelling roofs

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to the elevation of an existing apartment block

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to create a temporary farm on an area of vacant land adjacent to the existing dwellings.

All associated site preparation, buildering work, and infrastructure to facility the solar photovoltaic installations.

Separate procurement exercises will be undertaken in respect of the following:

Containerised battery solution

Infrastructure, controls and monitoring for linking containerised battery solutions, dwellings and proposed solar photovoltaics.

Solar Photovoltaic installation_Trent Basin(ITT/793)

The University of Nottingham | Published November 23, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016
cpvs
09330000, 09332000

This tender is for the design, supply ad commissioning of a solar photovoltaic installation to the residential development at Trent Basin, Nottingham.

The installation forms part of a pilot community energy scheme (CES) on the 22 acre Trent Basin site in Nottingham. The project takes a transformational approach to how communities can generate and consume energy. The community energy demonstrator and associated research work is funded by Innovate UK, the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) and associated industry partners.

One of the key objectives of the project is to create vendor diagnostic business model templates that can be used by any developer to deploy CES as part of their own projects.

The following are the key benefits:

The consumer will benefit from reduced energy prices.

New value will be created for developers and technology suppliers.

The overall energy system cost for new generation will be reduced.

The works covered under this specification comprise the following:

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to existing dwelling roofs

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to the elevation of an existing apartment block

The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaics to create a temporary farm on an area of vacant land adjacent to the existing dwellings.

All associated site preparation, buildering work, and infrastructure to facility the solar photovoltaic installations.

Separate procurement exercises will be undertaken in respect of the following:

Containerised battery solution

Infrastructure, controls and monitoring for linking containerised battery solutions, dwellings and proposed solar photovoltaics.

The GERA Building

The University of Nottingham | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
Robert Woodhead Ltd.
cpvs
45000000

New, 2 500 m2 Research Facility for the University of Nottingham providing laboratory, office and support accommodation for the UK Government Energy Acceleration Research Initiative.

The GERA Building

The University of Nottingham | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
cpvs
45000000

New, 2 500 m2 Research Facility for the University of Nottingham providing laboratory, office and support accommodation for the UK Government Energy Acceleration Research Initiative. The Procurement Documents (incorporating the Preliminaries, Design Information and the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire and procurement documents) are available upon request by contacting Justine Timothy of AECOM.

The GERA Building

The University of Nottingham | Published June 17, 2016
cpvs
45000000

New, 2 500 m2 Research Facility for the University of Nottingham providing laboratory, office and support accommodation for the UK Government Energy Acceleration Research Initiative. The Procurement Documents (incorporating the Preliminaries, Design Information and the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire and procurement documents) are available upon request by contacting Justine Timothy of AECOM.

Non-hazardous refuse and waste treatment and disposal services

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published October 26, 2016
Winner
Veolia ES Nottinghamshire Limited
cpvs
90513000

The procurement was undertaken in accordance with the Public Services Contracts Regulations 1993 using the negotiated procedure. The 2002 contract notice stated that the contract was ‘intended to add to the Councils' existing arrangements for disposal through Energy from Waste and household waste recycling and to replace part of its landfill arrangements to ensure compliance with the EU landfill directive and the National Waste Strategy.’

Building installation work

Nottingham City Council | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 9, 2017
cpvs
45300000

Nottingham City Council (hereafter ‘the Authority’), in conjunction with Nottingham City Homes, is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified entities to enter into a Competitive Dialogue aiming to develop an innovative, scalable, and cost-efficient solution to reducing energy use in a number of urban properties through retrofitting and installation of insulation and other energy-reduction, generation and storage measures using the Energiesprong concept.

This tender is for a contract to be delivered in two phases, a Pilot phase valued at up to 585 000 GBP and a subsequent Development phase.

The Development phase is dependent on the appointed contractor successfully delivering the outcomes of the Pilot phase, and also on the Authority being able to secure funding to proceed.

Progression to the Development phase will be at the Authority's unfettered discretion.

The stated end date for the contract is for the Pilot phase; potential timescales for the Development phase will be further developed during the dialogue stage of the procedure.

Please refer to procurement documents for full details.

Project Scenic Phase 2 Research Project

The University Of Nottingham | Published October 25, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
Winner
T4 Sustainability Limited
cpvs
09323000

Integrated Community Smart Heat and Power Network - Driving Energy Transformation and Helping to Create Energy Resilient and Sustainable Communities - Phase 2 - Thermal Interface Unit Connection