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Solar developments for Public & Private Sector

Public Power Solutions | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 18, 2019
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09000000, 09300000, 09330000, 09331000, 09331100, 09331200, 09332000

Please ensure once you have received your username and password and registered your interest, you complete the on-line questionnaires (within the "My Opportunities" area)  You must complete and submit your application before the current round ends or all data will be lost. You also have the option to export and save your data.

Expressions of interest sought from organisations meeting the requirements for Solar developments including roof top, ground/water base and car park canopies across the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

Specific Lots: Lot 1 EPC, provision of individual project finance; Lot 2: Construction Finance /Off -Take/Development; Lot 3: ICP, design & construction plant infrastructure & grid connection; Lot 4: PPA Providers, understanding of DECC requirements for FIT-CfD; Lot 5: Legal Services/EU Law/compliance, contracts management; Lot 6: Project Managers, On site H&S, management reporting, site security; Lot 7: Planning Consultancy Services; Lot 8: O&M ongoing management of operational solar park throughout its lifespan; Lot 9: Trust Fund Managers, allocation & management of funds for community projects; Lot 10: Registered Electricity Suppliers wishing to engage in local community schemes and any current or proposed community energy offer.

Organisations can express interest in multiple lots providing they are all part of their core business offering.

 

UKSBSPR17045 ESS Shutter Switches.

UK Shared Business Services Ltd | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 16, 2017
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31210000

The mandate of the European Spallation Source ERIC is to design, plan, construct, commission, operate and decommission the European Spallation Source (ESS). It is located in Lund, Sweden, co-hosted by Sweden and Denmark and has more than 22 Partner Countries, including the UK. The UK contribution is coordinated by STFC. The facility will deliver its first neutrons in 2019 and is expected to be fully operational by 2025. The European Spallation Source (ESS) will be one of the largest infrastructures in Europe and will be used for neutron production for materials research. It will use a long pulsed superconducting linac and accelerate a 62.5 mA proton beam current to the energy of 2000 MeV. Peak beam power to the target will be 125 MW, 7 times more than the highest power existing facility. STFC are providing a number of goods and services on behalf of the ESS. This tender is for the procurement of shutter switches for the RF distribution system (RFDS) for the cold linac (for the Spoke and Medium Beta (MB) elliptical cavities). All the components shall follow EIA standards, unless specified. Insulating materials shall be self-extinguishing and not release any toxic or corrosive products when subjected to fire. All the components shall operate in pulsed mode with high reliability for at least 20 years and shall be able to withstand frequent stoppages without affecting performance and reliability. The Shutter Switches and their flanges are to be made of aluminium alloy. Aluminium 6061-T6 alloy (ISO Al Mg Si Cu) or equivalent is recommended by ESS. The following alloys are acceptable: 6061-T6, 6082-T6, etc.

ESS Shutter Switches

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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31210000

The mandate of the European Spallation Source ERIC is to design, plan, construct, commission, operate and decommission the European Spallation Source (ESS). It is located in Lund, Sweden, co-hosted by Sweden and Denmark and has more than 22 Partner Countries, including the UK. The UK contribution is coordinated by STFC. The facility will deliver its first neutrons in 2019 and is expected to be fully operational by 2025. The European Spallation Source (ESS) will be one of the largest infrastructures in Europe and will be used for neutron production for materials research. It will use a long pulsed superconducting linac and accelerate a 62.5 mA proton beam current to the energy of 2000 MeV. Peak beam power to the target will be 125 MW, 7 times more than the highest power existing facility. STFC are providing a number of goods and services on behalf of the ESS. This tender is for the procurement of shutter switches for the RF distribution system (RFDS) for the cold linac (for the Spoke and Medium Beta (MB) elliptical cavities). All the components shall follow EIA standards, unless specified. Insulating materials shall be selfextinguishing and not release any toxic or corrosive products when subjected to fire. All the components shall operate in pulsed mode with high reliability for at least 20 years and shall be able to withstand frequent stoppages without affecting performance and reliability. The Shutter Switches and their flanges are to be made of aluminium alloy. Aluminium 6061-T6 alloy (ISO Al Mg Si Cu) or equivalent is recommended by ESS. The following alloys are acceptable: 6061-T6, 6082-T6, etc.

UK SBS PS17019 Recruitment Agency for Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and Research Councils

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED | Published February 21, 2017
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79600000

This is not a call for Competition. UK Shared Business Services (UK SBS) wish to give prior notification of their intention to invite tenders for a Recruitment Agency to supply Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and the seven Research Councils of the UK; UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Medical Research Council (MRC) Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) The Research Councils are non-departmental public bodies and are owned by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. UK SBS is a limited company and a public body. UK SBS are set up to provide services to the Research Councils in the areas of HR & Payroll, Procurement, Finance, Property Asset Management, Grants and ICT. The overall objective of the procurement is to have a formal agreement with a supplier to assist in providing candidates for difficult fixed term or permanent ICT roles where direct recruitment has not been successful. Having an agreement in place will ensure that we can build strong a relationship with the provider, maximise cost efficiency, build standard service and quality level agreements and analyse management information. The duration of the agreement is anticipated to be 3 years (1+1+1). Invitation to Prior Information Notice Event UK Shared Business Services would like to invite interested potential providers to attend a Prior Information Event on Thursday 16th March 2017 between 1300hrs and 1500hrs GMT at: Polaris House North Star Avenue Swindon SN2 1ET Interested parties are requested to register for this event by 1400hrs GMT on Wednesday 15th March 2017, by emailing the UK SBS Common Goods and Services Procurement team; professionalservices@uksbs.co.uk (Please ensure you title the email "UK SBS PS17019 Recruitment Agency for Fixed Term and Permanent ICT roles across UK SBS and Research Councils FAO Al Staunton-Lambert"). We ask that prospective suppliers limit attendance to two people from their respective organisation. Please ensure you state the names of the individuals who shall be attending. The Event will provide opportunities to understand the background of UK SBS and the Research Councils in general and the challenges faced when undertaking recruitment exercises. Prospective agenda for the Prior Information Notice Event: • Introductions & welcome • Background to the requirement - an overview of UK SBS & the Research Councils • Current ICT resource challenges • Next steps • Q&A
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