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Delivery of energy efficiency measures in support of national fuel poverty scheme

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published October 7, 2014
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101600, 101800, 102200, 109999, 191300

The Energy Saving Trust is looking to carry out a pricing exercise with a view to procuring a framework of contractors across Scotland to support the delivery of a new national programme. The aim of the scheme is to support householders living in fuel poverty and the programme is forecasted to go live in early 2015. The scheme will be centred around the installation of insulation, heating and micro-generation measures in the homes of households who are identified as living in fuel poverty but will be required to service all Energy Company Obligation (“ECO”) funded measures. The Energy Saving Trust is looking to create a framework of contractors across Scottish regions to supply the various measures required under the scheme, with an emphasis on including local contractor’s specific to multiple regions. The contractors would be responsible for identifying the measures which are suitable for the dwelling, carrying out the required surveys, installing the measures and arranging a post-installation inspection as appropriate.

Delivery of Energy Efficiency Measures through HEEPS ABS programmes

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 15, 2017
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44111520

EST will act as a central purchasing body delivering a tender exercise on behalf of eleven Scottish local authorities to appoint contractors on to multiple supplier frameworks covering eleven local authority areas divided into six lots. The contractors will be involved in delivering energy efficiency measures through the Scottish Government funded Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland; Area Based Scheme (“HEEPS:ABS” scheme). The contractor frameworks would be appointed from October 2013 to March 31 2015, with an option to extend for a further two periods of one year each. Energy efficiency measures shall be delivered to the standards stated by Ofgem under the guidance to energy suppliers for the delivery of the Energy Company Obligation (“ECO”). Contractors will cooperate with contracting local authorities and/or managing agents to meet requirements for reporting and monitoring required by Ofgem. Contractors would have to offer the option of sourcing ECO funding for HEEPS:ABS projects if required by contracting local authorities or their agents. Energy Saving Trust will act as the central purchasing body and, on behalf of local authorities to invite and evaluate tenders from prospective contractors to form the multiple supplier frameworks. However contracts for works in each local authority area will be concluded directly between the relevant local authority and the selected contractor through a call-off procedure. Background to the Energy Saving Trust Energy Saving Trust (“EST”) is a social enterprise with a charitable Foundation. EST is the leading UK organisation in developing evidenced-based insight, research and advice to engage households and communities on their energy and water use. EST works with governments, local authorities, communities, third sector organisations and businesses. EST’s activities include: -delivering or managing government programmes -testing low-carbon technology -certification and assurance for businesses and consumer goods -developing models and tools Delivery of the HEEPS ABS Programme Announced in March 2013 by the Scottish Government, the HEEPS:ABS is a 60 million GBP local authority led energy efficiency programme which commenced in June 2013. The funding is expected to lever in around 120m GBP of investment from major energy suppliers through ECO to assist delivery of the projects. The investment will be primarily targeted at fuel poor households in the private sector. The following 11 local authorities in Scotland will participate in this tender for multiple supplier frameworks to deliver energy efficiency programmes in their respective areas: Aberdeen City, Clackmannanshire, Falkirk, East Lothian, West Lothian Edinburgh, Fife, North Lanarkshire, Perth and Kinross, Scottish Borders and Midlothian. The South East local authority areas including Edinburgh, Midlothian, Fife, East Lothian, Scottish Border and West Lothian will be tendered as a single lot. Following from this, Energy Saving Trust is seeking on behalf of the relevant local authorities to identify framework contractors covering defined lots to deliver the HEEPS:ABS and ECO funded energy efficiency programmes in their areas. This procurement exercise will invite tenders in six lots from organisations wanting to be appointed as framework contractors in any of the lots. The table below identifies the how the lots are defined and the estimated contract values: Lots Local Authority Areas Forecasted Contract Value (13/14) GBP Forecasted Contract Value (14/15) GBP 1 Aberdeen City 2,500,000.00 *2,500,000.00 2 Clackmannanshire 2,100,000.00 *2,100,000.00 3 Falkirk 2,700,000.00 *2,700,000.00 4 North Lanarkshire 5,350,000.00 *5,350,000.00 5 Perth and Kinross 295,000.00 *295,000.00 6 Midlothian, Edinburgh, Fife, Scottish Borders, East Lothian, West Lothian 29,500,000.00 *29,500,000.00 TOTAL 42,445,000.00 *42,445,000.00 *Scottish Government funding is yet to be announced for HEEPS ABS 14/15 programmes as a r

Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Market Research

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure Uk Ltd
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The purpose of this research is to create a ‘state of the nation’ report covering key insights into the energy efficiency and low carbon market in Scotland from both a demand and supply perspective. The results of this research will then be used to inform the supply chain in Scotland (via EST, SE and other stakeholders) about the market opportunities that exist which it is hoped will contribute towards developing and strengthening the supply chain in Scotland to ensure there is an adequate supply base in Scotland able to satisfy the needs of buyers. At a more fundamental level it will also contribute towards developing Scotland’s low carbon economy. The research has four key objectives: 1. To identify what the likely future demand is from key buyers in Scotland as this will help inform suppliers of the market opportunities. 2. To identify what the current supply chain characteristics are in Scotland - what companies are offering what services and what are their capacities? 3. To identify any significant barriers and gaps in the supply chain’s ability to meet the needs of buyers that may limit the uptake of Scottish products and services. This is expected to be done by comparing and contrasting the buyer and supplier data. In doing so this will identify potential market opportunities for suppliers. 4. To provide recommendations for the Energy Saving Trust, Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Government including specific recommendations for improving procurement processes and documents for suppliers.

Electric Vehicle Charge Point Installation Framework Scotland

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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369999, 389999

Energy Saving Trust intends to procure a Framework of competent and skilled suppliers to deliver EV charge point installation services across Scotland. It is intended that the Framework may be used by Energy Saving Trust, private organisations and individuals who are eligible for funding through Energy Saving Trust and/or Transport Scotland funding schemes. Further information relating to the Requirement is contained within.

Delivery of EPC’s and Green Deal Assessments in Support of Scottish Government Fuel Poverty Scheme

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published December 12, 2014
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191300

The Energy Saving Trust and Changeworks (the “Partners”) are carrying out a pricing exercise in support of a tender opportunity that the Partners are currently bidding for. Part of this opportunity involves the setting up of a framework of contractors to carry out Energy Performance Certificates and Green Deal Assessments on the island areas listed in 1.7 under the scheme. To help in the creation of this framework we are carrying out a Request for Information (“RFI”) with a view to sourcing sub-contractor partners across Scotlands islands to support the delivery of a new national energy efficiency programme (the “Scheme”). If EST is successful in tendering to deliver the programme selected bidders from this exercise will be engaged with a view to forming strategic contractual relationships to support the Partners in the delivery of the Scheme. Bidders will be selected based on prices submitted in this exercise, geographic location and subject to a further due diligence process. Please note bidders who do not respond to this RFI will not be considered in any future process. The aim of the scheme is to support householders living in fuel poverty and the programme is forecasted to go live in early 2015. The scheme will be centred around the installation of insulation, heating and micro-generation measures in the homes of households who are identified as living in fuel poverty but will be required to service all Energy Company Obligation (“ECO”) funded measures.

Contract for the provision of print and fulfilment services

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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191700

Energy Saving Trust is looking for a supplier to provide print and fulfilment services to support the promotional activity of all offices in Scotland. This comprises of the head office in Edinburgh and five regional advice centres in: Aberdeen; Ayr; Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness.

Framework for the provision of electric vehicle charge point installations (Scotland)

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published December 14, 2015
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361000, 361200, 369999, 371000, 381000, 381100, 381500, 389999

Energy Saving Trust is looking to establish a framework of suitable suppliers to supply and install EV charging equipment across Scotland, providing experienced and competent staff to work independently and/or in close liaison with Energy Saving Trust and the relevant charepoint hosts. The principle service that shall be required under this Framework shall be the supply and install of EV charging equipment, however additional services may include (but are not limited to) the provision of appropriate marking of parking bays, supply of appropriate signage and provision of advice to prospective hosts. The framework will be used primarily by commercial organisations that Energy Saving Trust has agreed to fund to install electric vehicle charging equipment on their premises. The framework is to be used as a means of ensuring best value and streamlining the installer selection process for these organisations. It will also be used by individuals for installing electric vehicle charging equipment at their private residencies with the support of Energy Saving Trust funding. It is anticipated that the framework will be split amongst three Lots as follows: Lot 1 – Rapid Charge Point Lot Supply of commercially proven, 50kW DC CHAdeMO/43kW AC Type 2 Mode 3/50kW DC SAE CCS Triple Outlet Rapid Charge point to private organisations. Installation of said charge points; this will include carrying out all civil works deemed essential to the install, confirming availability of required electricity supply, and the connection of the charge points to electricity supply. Lot 2 – Commercial Charge Point Lot Supply of commercially proven, wall and post mounted, single and double outlet, 7 and 22kW Type 2, Mode 3, AC Charge Points to private organisations. Installation of said charge points; this will include carrying out all civil works deemed essential to the install, confirming availability of required electricity supply, and the connection of the charge points to electricity supply. Lot 3 – Domestic Charge Point Lot Supply of commercially proven single outlet, untethered, type 2, mode 3, 7kW AC home charge points to private organisations and individuals. Installation of said charge points; this will include carrying out all civil works deemed essential to the install, confirming availability of required electricity supply, and the connection of the charge points to electricity supply. Suppliers interested in this opportunity are encouraged to register interest. It is intended that Energy Saving Trust shall issue a PQQ for this opportunity by w/c 21st December 2015.

Contract for Shared Services Provider

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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Aprose Solutions
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Energy Saving Trust's ability to offer SMART advice hinges on our ability to access and then use smart meter data and Energy Saving Trust is therefore looking to appoint a ‘Shared Service Provider’ to: Provide and integrate a DCC user gateway connection that allows EST to communicate with smart meters and manage a DCC user gateway connection on behalf of Energy Saving Trust. The aim is for EST to be able to begin piloting their advice services with genuine smart meters (i.e. not a test environment) early in 2017.

Switched On Fleets Monitoring - Electric Vehicle Monitoring Services

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published November 19, 2015
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271200, 279999, 361000, 361200, 369999, 381400, 389999

Energy Saving Trust and its partners currently operate the Switched On Fleets programme, which offers: -free evidence based analysis of public sector fleets to identify new opportunities for the cost effective deployment of EVs. -grant funding to each of the 32 Community Planning Partnerships (“CPPs”), to enable partners to either match fund the purchase of new EVs, or cover the costs of leasing EVs for a 3 year period. The cost of the analysis is covered by Transport Scotland with EST and its partners setting out in a report where EVs could most effectively be introduced into fleets, as well as providing recommendations on the deployment of EV charging infrastructure. Energy Saving Trust would like to procure a supplier that is capable of monitoring all of the vehicles which were purchased or leased via the Switched On Fleets programme from commencement of this monitoring programme until the end of a 4 year period. The exact data required to be captured and reported will be subject to further discussion but is likely to include: 1. Monitoring of all Switched On Fleets funded vehicles - Record and capture data at agreed time intervals on vehicle movements, miles travelled, fuel used; fuel savings made (from using a plug-in vehicle as opposed to the vehicle it replaced); details of the vehicle the EV has replaced and other relevant details as agreed. - Duration: 4 years (2015-2019: 3 years of data for each funding phase) 2. Arrange and implement monitoring with CPP partners – Make contact with all circa 50 organisations who procured or leased vehicles through the Switched On Fleets programme and discuss potential options for the capture and collection of vehicle data. – Agree a suitable approach to collecting data via telemetry or paper-based approach. – Where telemetry is agreed but is not already installed in the vehicles, liaise with the fleet manager to get appropriate telemetry installed – Highlight availability and raise awareness of driver training services available from Energy Saving Trust. 3. Ensure regular data provision – Maintain regular contact with fleets and send reminders for data if necessary 4. Review and analyse data – Provide Transport Scotland with a regular (frequency to be agreed but e.g. every 3 months) vehicle data reports . (The precise coverage of these reviews is to be agreed but is likely to include and not be limited to data such as average journey length; frequency of use; total mileage; estimated emissions savings; number of trips per set time period; times of highest/lowest use; comparison against manufacturers range and seasonal performance.) 5. Issue a questionnaire – Issue a short ‘Survey Monkey’ style questionnaire to a maximum of 280 participants at set intervals (to be agreed) throughout the monitoring period in order to gain an insight into qualitative aspects of vehicle usage not able to be captured by telemetry, e.g. what is the vehicle primarily used for, is it fit for purpose, if not what are the issues etc. Subject to interest and other factors, Energy Saving Trust intends to issue tender documentation to potential suppliers in early December.

Request for Best Offers for Legal Assistance as part of a Framework Agreement

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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Wright Johnston & Mackenzie Llp
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The Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) funding programme has been supporting the development of community renewables in Scotland since 2009. At its heart CARES aims to deliver community benefits and contribute to Scotland’s renewable energy targets. The Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) is designed to accelerate progress towards the Scottish Governments target of 500MW of renewable energy to be locally or community owned by 2020, and to maximise the benefits to communities from commercially owned energy. This is detailed in the Scottish Government’s 2020 Route Map for Renewable Energy in Scotland CARES supports projects to generate their own energy or to invest or benefit from larger commercial developments. Communities, not for profit organisations and Rural Businesses can access finance from the CARES programme to investigate and develop renewable energy projects. Early stage work and concept development may be funded through the CARES Start-Up grant, with a maximum funding available of £10K (£20K for Joint Venture projects). Concepts may then be worked into viable projects with all relevant permissions in place using the CARES loan facility of up to £150K to be paid back on financial completion of the renewables project. Loans have a write off facility if the project fails to gain planning consent or meets another insurmountable obstacle, subject to EU State Aid rules. More information about the CARES programme can be found here; www.localenergyscotland.org/cares A community organisation refers to non-profit distributing organisations which exist for the purposes of the wider community rather than for the profit of shareholders. A rural business includes farms, crofts, estates and land owners with appropriate land management enterprises. Successful applicants to the scheme will manage renewables projects and will require external suppliers to assist in the completion of the project. In order to make the process more efficient, EST is running a best offer process to develop a framework of suppliers to assist applicants to progress their projects. The objectives of the tender is to establish a framework of suppliers for a number of different services that will enable community groups /applicants to the CARES programme to select an appropriate supplier for the needs of their project. This best offer process relates to suppliers who can provide a number of legal services including: -Project documentation review. - Land and resources agreements with both private and public sector landowners. - Project vehicle structuring advice. - Joint venture advice and negotiation. - Community benefit agreement and negotiation. - Advice and support for investment opportunities in commercial scale renewable energy developments. - Advice and support for investment opportunities in National Forest Estate or other public sector land. Under the Framework Agreement, EST will agree with a Framework Supplier rates to be paid by Organisations for supplying legal advice with a minimum specification. Bids will be assessed and those suppliers selected as offering best value with the highest levels of knowledge and experience will be appointed as a Framework Suppliers. Our intention is to have four to six Framework suppliers for legal assistance to cover the whole of Scotland.

Request for best offers: or financial assistance as part of a framework agreement

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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Cooperative And Mutual Solutions Ltd
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The Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) is designed to accelerate progress towards the Scottish Governments target of 500MW of renewable energy to be locally or community owned by 2020, and to maximise the benefits to communities from commercially owned energy. This is detailed in the Scottish Government’s 2020 Route Map for Renewable Energy in Scotland CARES supports projects to generate their own energy or to invest or benefit from larger commercial developments. Communities and rural businesses can access finance from the CARES programme to investigate and develop renewable energy projects. Early stage work and concept development may be funded through the CARES Start-Up grant, with a maximum funding available of £10K (£20K for Joint Venture projects). Concepts may then be worked into viable projects with all relevant permissions in place using the CARES loan facility of up to £150K to be paid back on financial completion of the renewables project. Loans have a write off facility if the project fails to gain planning consent or meets another insurmountable obstacle, subject to EU State Aid rules. More information about the CARES programme can be found here; www.localenergyscotland.org/cares A community organisation refers to non-profit distributing organisations which exist for the purposes of the wider community rather than for the profit of shareholders. A rural business includes farms, crofts, estates and land owners with appropriate land management enterprises. Successful applicants to the scheme will manage renewables projects and will require external suppliers to assist in the completion of the project. In order to make the process more efficient, EST is running a best offer process to develop a framework of suppliers to assist applicants to progress their projects. The objectives of the tender is to establish a framework of suppliers for a number of different services that will enable community groups /applicants to the CARES programme to select an appropriate supplier for the needs of their project. This best offer process relates to suppliers who can provide financial assistance including, but not limited to: -Indicative reviews of project feasibility data to give an early indication of viability -Appraise the investment documentation, assessing the risks and returns on the potential investment and giving independent investment advice on the investment opportunity. -Reviewing and advising on potential sources of funding e.g. loans, community share offers etc. -Support community groups/applicants through the process to secure the investment. -The provision of independent financial advice on all aspects of renewable energy project development, investment opportunities or community benefit from commercial schemes. -Advice and modelling financial viability of projects. -Advice on most appropriate project structures for a project entity. -Advice and support to secure funds towards project development. -Working toward financial closure. -Advice on ongoing operation and fund management throughout the lifetime of the project. Under the Framework Agreement, EST will agree with a Framework Supplier rates to be paid by Organisations for supplying financial advice with a minimum specification. Bids will be assessed and those suppliers selected as offering best value with the highest levels of knowledge and experience will be appointed as a Framework Suppliers. Our intention is to have two four to six Framework suppliers for financial assistance to cover the whole of Scotland.

Contract for the provision of print and fulfilment services

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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J Thomson Colour Printers Ltd
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Energy Saving Trust is looking for a supplier to provide print and fulfilment services to support the promotional activity of all offices in Scotland. This comprises of the head office in Edinburgh and five regional advice centres in: Aberdeen; Ayr; Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness.

TENDER FOR supply chain analysis of remote rural and island areas of Scotland

Energy Saving Trust Ltd | Published April 13, 2017
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Changeworks
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The Energy Saving Trust is offering bidders to quote for carrying out market research in remote rural and island areas of Scotland to identify any gaps in the sustainable energy supply chains, to assess what the barriers are for businesses in operating in these areas and to make recommendations for overcoming these barriers. The UK and Scottish Governments are keen that all householders, businesses and other organisations can benefit from the financial support schemes available regardless of where they live. Experience has shown that some householders in remote rural and island areas of Scotland are experiencing difficulties finding certified suppliers. Based on householder feedback, the reasons include one or more of the following: -the accuracy with some of the listings on the GD ORB and/or MCS web sites in relation to areas covered -a limited number of certified suppliers in their areas and their respective capacities -the extra costs associated with bringing in certified supplier from another area Fundamentally, if a householder, business or organisation finds it difficult or is unable to contact a certified supplier then the opportunity for improving their home or premises, saving carbon and saving money may be lost.
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