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Solar energy

Stirling Council | Published February 1, 2017
Winner
FES Support Services Ltd
cpvs
09330000

The Contractor will be required to Supply Solar PV and Thermal Panels, Install them, and Maintain them. They will also be required to maintain any Panels installed by the incumbent Contractor, once these panels have been in situ for more than 12 months, and to monitor the performance of all existing and new installations.

Stirling Council's primary objectives for installing solar photovoltaic systems include:

A. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council owned public buildings;

B. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council housing tenants and thus reduce fuel poverty;

C. Reducing the carbon footprint of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock;

D. Improving the energy performance rating of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock; and

E. Maximising opportunities to generate an income stream from the installation of solar photovoltaic systems.

Stirling Council is looking to award a Term Contract for the Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Solar PV and Thermal Panels for Social Housing and Council Buildings.

It is intended that the Contractor will be suitably experienced, and must be Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) accredited, or have an equivalent and approved accreditation. Accreditation must be maintained for the duration of the Contract.

The Contractor must be NICEIC / SELECT or equivalent, and must also be PVG certified.

Solar energy

Stirling Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
09330000

The Contractor will be required to Supply Solar PV and Thermal Panels, Install them, and Maintain them. They will also be required to maintain any Panels installed by the incumbent Contractor, once these panels have been in situ for more than 12 months, and to monitor the performance of all existing and new installations.

Stirling Council's primary objectives for installing solar photovoltaic systems include:

A. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council owned public buildings;

B. Reducing energy costs for Stirling Council housing tenants and thus reduce fuel poverty;

C. Reducing the carbon footprint of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock;

D. Improving the energy performance rating of Stirling Council's public buildings portfolio and social housing stock; and

E. Maximising opportunities to generate an income stream from the installation of solar photovoltaic systems.

Stirling Council is looking to award a Term Contract for the Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Solar PV and Thermal Panels for Social Housing and Council Buildings.

It is intended that the Contractor will be suitably experienced, and must be Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accredited, or have an equivalent and approved accreditation. Accreditation must be maintained for the duration of the Contract.

The Contractor must be NICEIC / SELECT or equivalent, and must also be PVG certified.

Call-Off Support: Energy Implementation Support

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 21, 2015
Winner
Synergie Environ Ltd, Mabbett & Associates Ltd, Urs Infrastructure & Environment Uk Limited
cpvs
151300, 191300

The Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) programme, delivered by ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND, provides support to businesses, third sector and public sector organisations to reduce overheads through improved energy, material resource and water efficiency. In doing so, it will help cut carbon emissions across public and private sector organisations. As a considerable consumer of energy and fossil fuels, the public sector in Scotland has been identified as requiring access to technical advice and specialist support relating to energy and water management, in order to realise potential opportunities. This is the third year that RES has provided this type of support for the public sector and significant savings have been achieved and excellent stakeholder relationships established. RES works with all public sector organisations including the NHS, local authorities, Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPB), universities and colleges. The purpose of this tender is to establish a ‘pool’ of consultancy resources (hereafter referred to as ‘consultants’) that are able to provide rapid and flexible technical support services to Scottish public sector organisations (hereafter referred to as ‘the client’). This call-off contract will improve energy and water performance within both existing buildings and new builds. This call-off support will be provided on an ad hoc basis, as directed by ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND. Objective of this work The objective of this support contract is to provide bespoke technical support and advice on energy and water efficiency performance improvements to our clients in Scotland.

Call-Off Support: Energy Implementation Support

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published April 8, 2015  -  Deadline April 28, 2015
cpvs
151300, 191300

The Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) programme, delivered by ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND, provides support to businesses, third sector and public sector organisations to reduce overheads through improved energy, material resource and water efficiency. In doing so, it will help cut carbon emissions across public and private sector organisations. As a considerable consumer of energy and fossil fuels, the public sector in Scotland has been identified as requiring access to technical advice and specialist support relating to energy and water management, in order to realise potential opportunities. This is the third year that RES has provided this type of support for the public sector and significant savings have been achieved and excellent stakeholder relationships established. RES works with all public sector organisations including the NHS, local authorities, Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPB), universities and colleges. The purpose of this tender is to establish a ‘pool’ of consultancy resources (hereafter referred to as ‘consultants’) that are able to provide rapid and flexible technical support services to Scottish public sector organisations (hereafter referred to as ‘the client’). This call-off contract will improve energy and water performance within both existing buildings and new builds. This call-off support will be provided on an ad hoc basis, as directed by ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND. Objective of this work The objective of this support contract is to provide bespoke technical support and advice on energy and water efficiency performance improvements to our clients in Scotland.

Energy Audits – NHSScotland Non-Acute Sites

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published December 10, 2014
Winner
Mabbett & Associates Ltd, Ecoteric Sds Limited
cpvs
151200, 151300, 191300

The objective of this work is to undertake energy audits (and water audits at two laundry sites), to target the worst performing non-acute sites and services within the NHSS estate and determine the opportunities and associated costs in improving energy performance (and water use reduction in the case of laundries). Contractors will be required to work with selected NHSScotland Boards during Phase One to collate information on existing energy consumption of the sites (and water consumption in the case of the laundries), as well as any previous reports relating to audits, feasibility studies or investment grade proposals as relevant. The collated information should be reviewed to identify gaps and to develop a suitable approach for the energy audit programme (and water audits for the two laundry sites) covering each of the target sites, to be agreed with Zero Waste Scotland and Health Facilities Scotland before Phase Two commences. Contractors will undertake audits at all target sites as part of Phase Two delivery to identify improvement opportunities. The level of detail required is more in-depth than a basic energy opportunities assessment and each potential improvement measure must provide specific information. A standard reporting template will be provided to record this information, which must also include full transparency of cost calculations and reference sources. A separate template will be provided to record water efficiency improvement measures. Specific objectives include: * The collation and review of information relating to consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions at target non-acute sites; * The provision of audits to determine energy and carbon improvement opportunities (and water at laundry sites); * The provision of comprehensive site reports and project spreadsheets for each audited site.

Energy Measurement and Quantification

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 16, 2015
Winner
Mabbett & Associates Ltd
cpvs
151300, 151811, 152010, 152300, 181911, 181912

The objective of this support contract is to quantify sources of waste or excess heat in the business sector and provide a report on the potential for recovery of heat for on-site use or export to a district heating network.

Energy Measurement and Quantification

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published May 15, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
cpvs
151300, 151811, 152010, 152300, 181911, 181912

The objective of this support contract is to quantify sources of waste or excess heat in the business sector and provide a report on the potential for recovery of heat for on-site use or export to a district heating network.

PM000116 - Service and Maintenance Contract For Building Energy Management and Control Systems

University of Stirling | Published June 15, 2015
Winner
Nobbs & Jones ( SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions)
cpvs
191300, 391213

The works shall comprise of the Servicing, Maintenance, Inspection and Testing of the Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) and Automatic Controls installed within the University of Stirling properties. The Works shall include the following: 1. Initial inspection of the BEMS and Automatic Control System installations within each building and the provision of a report on the operation and functionality of ALL field equipment, sensors, valves, motors, dampers, regulators etc. 2. Initial testing of the installations followed thereafter by regular periodic servicing of all BMS and Automatic Control System installations within each building at periods as prescribed by the manufacturer and not exceeding 12 months. 3. Upkeep of a BMS and Control System Log Book to include details of a. Periodic inspections b. Hardware changes c. Software changes d. Observations and recommendations (using the observations and recommendations template) 4. Updating of record drawings following any changes to the installations 5. Responding to emergency call outs 24/7 as required 6. Any urgent repair works as instructed by the Contract Administrator (CA) 7. New works as instructed by the CA 8. Electrical control panel maintenance and annual inspection and testing 9. BMS and Control System IT equipment maintenance

PM000116 - Service and Maintenance Contract For Building Energy Management and Control Systems

University of Stirling | Published April 24, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
cpvs
191300, 391213

The works shall comprise of the Servicing, Maintenance, Inspection and Testing of the Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) and Automatic Controls installed within the University of Stirling properties. The Works shall include the following: 1. Initial inspection of the BEMS and Automatic Control System installations within each building and the provision of a report on the operation and functionality of ALL field equipment, sensors, valves, motors, dampers, regulators etc. 2. Initial testing of the installations followed thereafter by regular periodic servicing of all BMS and Automatic Control System installations within each building at periods as prescribed by the manufacturer and not exceeding 12 months. 3. Upkeep of a BMS and Control System Log Book to include details of a. Periodic inspections b. Hardware changes c. Software changes d. Observations and recommendations (using the observations and recommendations template) 4. Updating of record drawings following any changes to the installations 5. Responding to emergency call outs 24/7 as required 6. Any urgent repair works as instructed by the Contract Administrator (CA) 7. New works as instructed by the CA 8. Electrical control panel maintenance and annual inspection and testing 9. BMS and Control System IT equipment maintenance

Resource Efficient Scotland Technical Framework

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published July 24, 2015
cpvs
90713000

Zero Waste Scotland wish to appoint a number of contractors to provide strategic and technical support services on resource efficiency to Zero Waste Scotland and, through the Resource Efficient Scotland programme, to businesses, third sector and public sector organisations that the programme will engage with.The areas that are likely to be included are as follows:-- Material Efficiency- Energy & Water Efficiency- Waste Minimisation- Food & Drink Specialists- Decentralised Energy- Construction- Buildings in Use- Technical Project Management- Business Models- Finance & Investment- Sustainable Procurement

Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Service (RES ASS)

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published June 18, 2015
cpvs
90713000

The Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Service (RES ASS) has been operating since April 2012, helping businesses in Scotland to implement resource efficiency measures to reduce raw material use, reduce waste, reduce water consumption, reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency.The current contract to deliver this service will terminate in March 2016, and Zero Waste Scotland intends to procure a new contract to deliver advice and support leading to the implementation of resource efficiency measures for businesses in Scotland from April 2016.

Measured Term Contract - Heating and Ventilation Controls

Stirling Council | Published October 2, 2015
Winner
R E Dew Scotland Ltd
cpvs
391000, 391011, 391012

Measured Term Contract for servicing and maintenance of Building Energy Management Systems for properties owned by Stirling Council. Tenderers must either be Trend Technology Centre Accredited or have an equal and approved equivalent to the satisfaction of Stirling Council.

Measured Term Contract - Heating and Ventilation Controls

Stirling Council | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 2, 2015
cpvs
391000, 391011, 391012

Measured Term Contract for servicing and maintenance of Building Energy Management Systems for properties owned by Stirling Council. Tenderers must either be Trend Technology Centre Accredited or have an equal and approved equivalent to the satisfaction of Stirling Council.

Resource Efficient Scotland Technical Framework.

Zero Waste Scotland | Published July 29, 2015
cpvs
90713000

Zero Waste Scotland wish to appoint a number of contractors to provide strategic and technical support services on resource efficiency to Zero Waste Scotland and, through the Resource Efficient Scotland programme, to businesses, third sector and public sector organisations that the programme will engage with. The areas that are likely to be included are as follows: — Material Efficiency. — Energy and Water Efficiency. — Waste Minimisation. — Food and Drink Specialists. — Decentralised Energy. — Construction. — Buildings in Use. — Technical Project Management. — Business Models. — Finance and Investment — Sustainable Procurement. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=407757.

Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Service (RES ASS).

Zero Waste Scotland | Published June 20, 2015
cpvs
90713000

The Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Service (RES ASS) has been operating since April 2012, helping businesses in Scotland to implement resource efficiency measures to reduce raw material use, reduce waste, reduce water consumption, reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency. The current contract to deliver this service will terminate in March 2016, and Zero Waste Scotland intends to procure a new contract to deliver advice and support leading to the implementation of resource efficiency measures for businesses in Scotland from April 2016. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=402829

Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Services (RES ASS)

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published November 23, 2016
Winner
Ricardo-Aea
cpvs
90713000

The subject of this Tender Invitation Document is for the delivery of a Scotland-wide single integrated resource efficiency advice and support service (the ‘Service’) exclusively focussed upon supporting SMEs. Prioritised upon enabling implementation, it will provide free advice and support to help organisations improve their resource efficiency, which includes energy, material and water resources and generation of less waste. This Service will make a significant contribution to the government's strategic economic, climate change, energy efficiency and zero waste objectives and targets.

The current contract to deliver the service will terminate in March 2016, and Zero Waste Scotland intends to procure a new contract to deliver advice and support leading to the implementation of resource efficiency measures for businesses in Scotland from April 2016.

Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Services (RES ASS)

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
cpvs
90713000

The subject of this Tender Invitation Document is for the delivery of a Scotland-wide single integrated resource efficiency advice and support service (the ‘Service’) exclusively focussed upon supporting SMEs. Prioritised upon enabling implementation, it will provide free advice and support to help organisations improve their resource efficiency, which includes energy, material and water resources and generation of less waste. This Service will make a significant contribution to the government’s strategic economic, climate change, energy efficiency and zero waste objectives and targets. The current contract to deliver the service will terminate in March 2016, and Zero Waste Scotland intends to procure a new contract to deliver advice and support leading to the implementation of resource efficiency measures for businesses in Scotland from April 2016. CPV: 90713000.

Resource Efficient Scotland Advice and Support Services (RES ASS).

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
cpvs
90713000

The subject of this Tender Invitation Document is for the delivery of a Scotland-wide single integrated resource efficiency advice and support service (the ‘Service’) exclusively focussed upon supporting SMEs. Prioritised upon enabling implementation, it will provide free advice and support to help organisations improve their resource efficiency, which includes energy, material and water resources and generation of less waste. This Service will make a significant contribution to the government's strategic economic, climate change, energy efficiency and zero waste objectives and targets. The current contract to deliver the service will terminate in March 2016, and Zero Waste Scotland intends to procure a new contract to deliver advice and support leading to the implementation of resource efficiency measures for businesses in Scotland from April 2016. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=413789 The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems.

ZWS Infrastructure Upgrade

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published October 13, 2015
Winner
2E-Volve (Uk) Limited
cpvs
271200, 271300, 271500, 271510, 271600, 279999

Zero Waste Scotland is seeking a supplier to assist with the redesign, supply, implementation, and on-going hardware and software support of its LAN infrastructure. The updated LAN will be used to support ZWS users, servers, storage and peripherals, consideration is also required for VLAN design to support applications, such as IP Telephony, Video and WLAN. - ZWS intend to award a 3 year contract with the optional of a one-year extension for the provision of the Infrastructure services and support. The selected supplier should: - Design, Supply, install and configure a hardware & software solution to be energy and resource efficient by consolidating and virtualising all possible ZWS Server provision, Domain Controllers, SQL Server, Application servers. - Migrate to latest versions of Microsoft Server technologies. - Provide all license requirements – Additional budget will be found for cost of Licenses, not to be included within this tender. - Supply, install and configure a dedicated resilient NAS solution with appropriate software to accommodate current and future storage needs. - Supply and configure a backbone switch configuration capable of producing minimum 1Gbps to the desktop with VLAN capacity to support Voice, Data and telephony. - The end solution within the ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND infrastructure will need to maintain current functionality and usability. It will need to be scalable to allow for further users (up to and including 150 end users) without diminished performance. - To migrate a copy of the existing data, applications and users into the new environment.

ZWS Infrastructure Upgrade

Zero Waste Scotland Ltd | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
271200, 271300, 271500, 271510, 271600, 279999

Zero Waste Scotland is seeking a supplier to assist with the redesign, supply, implementation, and on-going hardware and software support of its LAN infrastructure. The updated LAN will be used to support ZWS users, servers, storage and peripherals, consideration is also required for VLAN design to support applications, such as IP Telephony, Video and WLAN. - ZWS intend to award a 3 year contract with the optional of a one-year extension for the provision of the Infrastructure services and support. The selected supplier should: - Design, Supply, install and configure a hardware & software solution to be energy and resource efficient by consolidating and virtualising all possible ZWS Server provision, Domain Controllers, SQL Server, Application servers. - Migrate to latest versions of Microsoft Server technologies. - Provide all license requirements – Additional budget will be found for cost of Licenses, not to be included within this tender. - Supply, install and configure a dedicated resilient NAS solution with appropriate software to accommodate current and future storage needs. - Supply and configure a backbone switch configuration capable of producing minimum 1Gbps to the desktop with VLAN capacity to support Voice, Data and telephony. - The end solution within the ZERO WASTE SCOTLAND infrastructure will need to maintain current functionality and usability. It will need to be scalable to allow for further users (up to and including 150 end users) without diminished performance. - To migrate a copy of the existing data, applications and users into the new environment.