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Soft Market Testing Exercise — Formation of an Energy Service Company (ESCo).

Stoke-on-Trent City Council | Published October 20, 2015
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65400000

Stoke-on-Trent City Council's energy proposal is to capture energy from local sources for a low carbon city-wide District Heating Network (DHN) supplying local public sector organisations, businesses and residential properties. The City Council is exploring options of a potential Joint Venture Partner to develop the DHN Project via an Energy Service Company (ESCo). Once established, the City Council is looking for the ESCo to grow the network. The City Council are therefore conducting a soft market testing exercise with regard to the formation of an Energy Service Company (ESCo). This request for expressions of interest does not form part of a procurement process. Indeed the City Council is simply conducting a soft market testing exercise prior to creating any formal procurement opportunity.

Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

East Staffordshire Borough Council | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 22, 2016
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Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

East Staffordshire Borough Council | Published August 2, 2016
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Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

Low Carbon ESIF Allocation - Energy Efficiency in Housing

Stockton Borough Council | Published September 26, 2014  -  Deadline October 27, 2014
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80000000

Tees Valley Unlimited is looking to appoint a consultant to determine the demand for ERDF for energy efficiency programmes in social and private housing across Tees Valley.  This will provide the evidence base to allow Tees Valley Unlimited to identify the amount of ERDF to be allocated, and calls to be designed.

 

SHINE Community Energy Advice Service

Citizens Advice 1066 | Published June 22, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
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71314300

Citizens Advice 1066 is seeking to procure the services of a suitably qualified supplier of community energy advice services who, as part of a company or organisation, can deliver a low-carbon home demonstration event combined with a community engagement programme focussed on behaviour change related to efficient energy consumption. The campaign will involve the promotion of community-led energy initiatives and the design of an effective community engagement strategy that will achieve an increased uptake of renewable energy systems and energy saving home improvements in St Leonards-on-Sea to reduce carbon.

CA3827 - Energy Centre Operation and Maintenance

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 4, 2017  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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50531100

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's requirement is for the provision of an Energy Centre Operation & Maintenance Contract To access this competition: Registered: Login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA3827. Not registered: Visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA3827 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

Boiler Burner Replacement.

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust | Published May 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
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09300000, 45251200

Engery Centre Boiler Replacement, replacing the burners within the steam boilers will improve energy efficiency across the whole Royal Stoke site. This scheme will also support the operation of the CHP, which will reduce the load on the hot water boilers.

GB-Trent: Private Sector Stock Condition Survey for Stoke-on-Trent (2016-17)

Stoke-on-Trent | Published August 11, 2016  -  Deadline August 25, 2016
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71000000

Tenders are invited from interested parties to provide consultancy support for the commission of a stock condition survey to cover the authority area. The project will include an assessment of stock condition, energy efficiency and socio economic profiles of private sector households in the city

Energy Supply Framework 2018 (Energy Management Framework 2018)

North Somerset Council | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
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713142, 713143

North Somerset Council wish to award a framework agreement for the supply of electricity, natural gas and street lighting.

Supply and service of a Bulky Waste Shredder

Stoke-on-Trent City Coucil | Published June 18, 2017  -  Deadline July 24, 2017
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30191400

The shredder would be primarily used for the processing of bulky waste to allow diversification away from landfill and processing by means of incineration at the local Energy from Waste Facility.

Energy Supply Framework 2018

North Somerset Council | Published May 17, 2017  -  Deadline June 21, 2017
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652000, 653000, 655000

North Somerset Council wish to award a framework agreement for the supply of electricity, natural gas and street lighting.

Construction of 12 Flats at Cromlet Drive, Invergordon

Albyn Housing Society Limited | Published January 26, 2016
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Compass Building & Construction Services
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391000, 391010

The design and construction of 12 new build flats on a cleared site in Cromlet Drive, Invergordon. Outline consent is in place.
This project will provide six flats for rent and six for sale and will be let on the basis on a Design and Build contract.
There will be a comprehensive client brief issued at tender stage.
The project must achieve section 7, Silver Level of the 2011 building regs in respect for Carbon dioxide emissions and energy for space heating.
Minimum space standards must be achieved.

Contract for the disposal of household and other waste.

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council (on its own behalf and on behalf of Hartlepool Borough Council, Middlesbrough Borough Council and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council) | Published August 5, 2015
Winner
SITA Tees Valley Limited
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90510000, 90513300, 90530000, 09000000

Refuse disposal and treatment. Refuse incineration services. Operation of a refuse site. Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy. The authorities entered into a long-term contract with SITA Tees Valley Limited for the disposal of household and other waste. The contract is now to be varied by the insertion of an option in favour of the authorities where agreed with the Contractor to extend the Contract Period to 21.7.2025. For the reasons explained in Annex D1, the authorities consider that the variation does not amount to the award of a new contract.

Contract for the disposal of household and other waste.

Stockton-On-Tees Borough Council | Published August 5, 2015
Winner
SITA Tees Valley Limited
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90510000, 90513300, 90530000, 09000000

Refuse disposal and treatment. Refuse incineration services. Operation of a refuse site. Petroleum products, fuel, electricity and other sources of energy. The authorities entered into a long-term contract with SITA Tees Valley Limited for the disposal of household and other waste. The contract is now to be varied by the insertion of an option in favour of the authorities where agreed with the Contractor to extend the Contract Period to 21.7.2025. For the reasons explained in Annex D1, the authorities consider that the variation does not amount to the award of a new contract.

Combined Heat and Power Unit at Meadowside Leisure Centre

 | Published May 26, 2016  -  Deadline June 22, 2016
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09300000

East Staffordshire Borough Council is seeking suitably qualified Applicants to bid for the provision of a combined heat and power unit (“CHP Unit”) to provide electricity and heat for the Meadowside Leisure Centre. The CHP Unit is to be installed and operated at no capital cost to the Council under a discount energy purchasing agreement (“DEP”) for a period of ten years. Under the DEP, the Council will agree to purchase the electricity produced by the CHP Unit at an agreed rate for a period of ten years and pay for the gas consumed by the CHP Unit. Any heat generated by the CHP Unit will be supplied to the Council for use on the site free of charge.

Combined Heat and Power Unit at Meadowside Leisure Centre

East Staffordshire Borough Council | Published August 1, 2016
Winner
Low Carbon Solutions Ltd.
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09300000

East Staffordshire Borough Council is seeking suitably qualified Applicants to bid for the provision of a combined heat and power unit (“CHP Unit”) to provide electricity and heat for the Meadowside Leisure Centre. The CHP Unit is to be installed and operated at no capital cost to the Council under a discount energy purchasing agreement (“DEP”) for a period of ten years. Under the DEP, the Council will agree to purchase the electricity produced by the CHP Unit at an agreed rate for a period of ten years and pay for the gas consumed by the CHP Unit. Any heat generated by the CHP Unit will be supplied to the Council for use on the site free of charge.

Tender for the Provisioning of a Central Management System for Luminaires.

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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31000000, 34928500, 34990000

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables: Lighting. Street-lighting equipment. Control, safety,signalling and light equipment. The aim of this tender exercise is to procure a Provider of a Central Management System (CMS) to ensure that the Council is able to maximise the potential energy savings in relation to street lighting in over 14 000 luminaires. This contract continues the good work started by the Council through the upgrading of Luminaires to LED and the replacement of street lighting columns thereby enabling the Council to realise further savings in relation to energy costs and a continuing reduction in CO2 emissions. The Council does not seek to be prescriptive about the configuration of the CMS, leaving this up to the expertise of the market. This in turn should result in a highly competitive process open to as many organisations as possible. However, the Tenderers will be required to detail how they will achieve the desired outputs of the Specification within their Tender Response as part of the Technical Questionnaire. In parallel to the growth of the population, the Council is looking to grow both the level of investment and use of technology in the Borough. This procurement is looked upon as significant in this area of development; not least of all because of the positive impact it could have towards the aspirations of the Southend-on-Sea to enjoy a ‘Smart Cities’ status. The Council is a member of the EU Smart Cities European Innovation Partnership. As such, the Council is keen to make traditional infrastructures and networks more efficient through better planning and coordinated approaches where possible; with a goal of linking and upgrading infrastructures, technologies and services within the borough (transport, buildings, energy and ICT) in a smart way that will improve the quality of life, competitiveness and sustainability of Southend. Although the Tender's primary focus is the implementation of a CMS to result in further energy savings, it is strongly believed that the equipment installed as part of the CMS will bring a significant level of added value, and possible revenue generation, to enable lighting columns to deliver some smart characteristics/features either by the Council or interested Third Parties. These may include but may not be limited to the added functionality to install and control Environmental and Traffic Sensors, CCTV and Digital Signage. At the very least, the Council believes that the potential functionality made possible by the equipment procured by the Council for its CMS maybe used to increase the efficiency and joint working between the Council's services areas, which traditionally have been provisioned in isolation. This is an exciting and emerging market and the Council is keen to ensure the deployment of its CMS can be aligned and promoted in the coming years in conjunction with areas that may include, but not be limited to, future ICT based procurements, cloud computing, data protocols and device enabling infrastructure. Nevertheless, the Council would advise all Tenderers that the possible additional functionality delivered as part of the Contract in the future will not be permitted to have a negative impact on the provisioned CMS Capabilities of the Council. Tender Documents can be accessed via: https://procurement.southend.gov.uk/southend/portal.nsf/index.htm Further information on Alternative Bids and their acceptance is detailed within Section A of the Tender Document.

Tender for the Provisioning of a Central Management System for Luminaires.

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 13, 2015
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31000000, 34928500, 34990000

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables: Lighting. Street-lighting equipment. Control, safety,signalling and light equipment. The aim of this tender exercise is to procure a Provider of a Central Management System (CMS) to ensure that the Council is able to maximise the potential energy savings in relation to street lighting in over 14 000 luminaires. This contract continues the good work started by the Council through the upgrading of Luminaires to LED and the replacement of street lighting columns thereby enabling the Council to realise further savings in relation to energy costs and a continuing reduction in CO2 emissions. The Council does not seek to be prescriptive about the configuration of the CMS, leaving this up to the expertise of the market. This in turn should result in a highly competitive process open to as many organisations as possible. However, the Tenderers will be required to detail how they will achieve the desired outputs of the Specification within their Tender Response as part of the Technical Questionnaire. In parallel to the growth of the population, the Council is looking to grow both the level of investment and use of technology in the Borough. This procurement is looked upon as significant in this area of development; not least of all because of the positive impact it could have towards the aspirations of the Southend-on-Sea to enjoy a ‘Smart Cities’ status. The Council is a member of the EU Smart Cities European Innovation Partnership. As such, the Council is keen to make traditional infrastructures and networks more efficient through better planning and coordinated approaches where possible; with a goal of linking and upgrading infrastructures, technologies and services within the borough (transport, buildings, energy and ICT) in a smart way that will improve the quality of life, competitiveness and sustainability of Southend. Although the Tender's primary focus is the implementation of a CMS to result in further energy savings, it is strongly believed that the equipment installed as part of the CMS will bring a significant level of added value, and possible revenue generation, to enable lighting columns to deliver some smart characteristics/features either by the Council or interested Third Parties. These may include but may not be limited to the added functionality to install and control Environmental and Traffic Sensors, CCTV and Digital Signage. At the very least, the Council believes that the potential functionality made possible by the equipment procured by the Council for its CMS maybe used to increase the efficiency and joint working between the Council's services areas, which traditionally have been provisioned in isolation. This is an exciting and emerging market and the Council is keen to ensure the deployment of its CMS can be aligned and promoted in the coming years in conjunction with areas that may include, but not be limited to, future ICT based procurements, cloud computing, data protocols and device enabling infrastructure. Nevertheless, the Council would advise all Tenderers that the possible additional functionality delivered as part of the Contract in the future will not be permitted to have a negative impact on the provisioned CMS Capabilities of the Council. Tender Documents can be accessed via: https://procurement.southend.gov.uk/southend/portal.nsf/index.htm Further information on Alternative Bids and their acceptance is detailed within Section A of the Tender Document.

Tender for the Provisioning of a Central Management System for Luminaires.

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council | Published February 19, 2016
Winner
Telematics Wireless Limited
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31000000, 34928500, 34990000

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables: Lighting; Street-lighting equipment; Control, safety, signalling and light equipment. The aim of this tender exercise is to procure a Provider of a Central Management System (CMS) to ensure that the Council is able to maximise the potential energy savings in relation to street lighting in over 14 000 Luminaires. This contract continues the good work started by the Council through the upgrading of Luminaires to LED and the replacement of street lighting columns thereby enabling the Council to realise further savings in relation to energy costs and a continuing reduction in CO2 emissions.

The Council does not seek to be prescriptive about the configuration of the CMS, leaving this up to the expertise of the market. This in turn should result in a highly competitive process open to as many organisations as possible. However, the Tenderers will be required to detail how they will achieve the desired outputs of the Specification within their Tender Response as part of the Technical Questionnaire.

In parallel to the growth of the population, the Council is looking to grow both the level of investment and use of technology in the Borough. This procurement is looked upon as significant in this area of development; not least of all because of the positive impact it could have towards the aspirations of the Southend-on-Sea to enjoy a ‘Smart Cities’ status.

The Council is a member of the EU Smart Cities European Innovation Partnership. As such, the Council is keen to make traditional infrastructures and networks more efficient through better planning and coordinated approaches where possible, with a goal of linking and upgrading infrastructures, technologies and services within the borough (transport, buildings, energy and ICT) in a smart way that will improve the quality of life, competitiveness and sustainability of Southend.

Although the Tender's primary focus is the implementation of a CMS to result in further energy savings; it is strongly believed that the equipment installed as part of the CMS will bring a significant level of added value, and possible revenue generation, to enable lighting columns to deliver some smart characteristics / features either by the Council or interested Third Parties. These may include but may not be limited to the added functionality to install and control Environmental and Traffic Sensors, CCTV and Digital Signage. At the very least, the Council believes that the potential functionality made possible by the equipment procured by the Council for its CMS maybe used to increase the efficiency and joint working between the Council's services areas, which traditionally have been provisioned in isolation.

This is an exciting and emerging market and the Council is keen to ensure the deployment of its CMS can be aligned and promoted in the coming years in conjunction with areas that may include, but not be limited to, future ICT based procurements, cloud computing, data protocols and device enabling infrastructure.

Nevertheless, the Council would advise all Tenderers that the possible additional functionality delivered as part of the Contract in the future will not be permitted to have a negative impact on the provisioned CMS Capabilities of the Council.

Tender Documents can be accessed via: https://procurement.southend.gov.uk/southend/portal.nsf/index.htm

Further information on Alternative Bids and their acceptance is detailed within Section A of the Tender Document.

Framework Agreement for Solar Photovoltaic Installations

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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09331200, 09332000, 45261215

The Council seek to appoint Framework Contractors to design, supply and install Solar Photo-Voltaic Installations within the boundaries of Southend Borough Council.

 

This competition also seeks to appoint a qualified contractor(s) to design, supply and install Solar PV Installations at the following:

 

A)        Edwards Hall School

B)        Heycroft School as described in the Service Specification with works to start in 2016.

 

The Framework Agreement will have a term of 2 years with extensions at the Council’s discretion for up to a further 2 years and will enable the Council to procure high-quality, efficient Solar PV systems on a variety of municipal, educational and other public buildings in order to reduce dependency on traditional energy supplies, redirect energy back to the national grid and reduce harmful carbon output.

 

The Framework agreement will establish a framework of approved providers, from which the authorities can carry out mini-competitions for installations to new buildings as they are identified and where funding is available. This will minimise the need for multiple full scale procurements for each project, so reducing the financial and capacity impacts on both providers and the Council.

 

The Council presently has been allocated £1.1m in 2016-17 but further capital monies are expected over the coming years. The value of the framework over 4 years is not expected to exceed £3.5m.