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HHMOP — Half Hourly Metering.

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water | Published April 18, 2015
Winner
WPD Smart Metering Ltd
cpvs
50411300, 65500000

Half-hourly meter operator service. The meters are accredited for working in settlement supplies; and sub meters used for energy accounting purposes (non-settlement).

Non-Half Hourly Automatic Meter Readers (NHH MOP)

Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig (DCC) trading as Dwr Cymru | Published August 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 19, 2016
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Welsh Water requires a merging of 3 separate agreements for this requirement into one. The scope will cover Non-half hourly meter services for meters. These are accredited for use for supplies falling into profile class 1-4 and sub-meters used for energy accounting purposes (non-settlement). The services include the following areas:

MAP:

Meter Asset Provider

MOP:

Meter Operator

DC:

Data Collector

DA:

Data Aggregator

DR:

Data Retriever

The procurement will be a single source award for all of the above listed services across all sites with a non-half hourly AMR (Automatic Meter Reader).

Applicants are to access further information by using the link to the DCC Bravo Portal. A completed PQQ must completed and returned via the Bravo system by 22.9.2016, 12:00 (Midday), with 19.9.2016, 12:00 (Midday) being the cut off for accessing the documents.

Supply of Electricity and Metering Services.

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
cpvs
09310000

DCC is an intensive energy user of electricity. Further investment in on-site generation is expected to progressively reduce the proportion of imported electricity, however, there will remain an ongoing requirement to import/purchase electricity for the foreseeable future. The current supply agreement for imported electricity expires 31.3.2017. This agreement is currently with nPower. It is envisaged, the new agreement will be awarded a minimum of 6 months ahead of the start date, to ensure appropriate contract management and planning. There will also be a requirement to sleeve a forward hedged position to the new agreement. The current supply agreement for imported electricity expires 31.3.2017. This agreement is currently with nPower. It is envisaged, the new agreement will be awarded a minimum of 6 months ahead of the start date, to ensure appropriate contract management and planning. There will also be a requirement to sleeve a forward hedged position to the new agreement. DCC has an extensive portfolio of metered sites (4 000 MPAN's) of which 466 are currently metered Half Hourly (HH) and the remainder are Non-Half Hourly (NHH). DCC is likely to see an increase in HH (Half Hourly) meters by an additional 79 MPAN's, due to implementation of regulation P272 that will require all meters that are in profile class 5-8 to be settled half hourly from the 1.4.2017 onwards. The new agreement to Supply of Electricity will commence 1.4.2017, lasting for up to an initial 5 years. A further 5 year extension will be offered, in the form of either 2 + 2 + 1 or in single 5 year term. This will be at the sole discretion of DCC. The anticipated agreement value per annum will be approximately 40 000 000 GBP-45 000 000 GBP per annum. DCC requires a stable and reliant supply of Electricity and associated services to ensure the business functions within DCC can fully function at all times, to deliver an essential public service.

Biomethane Gas to Grid maintenance — 5 Fords

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water | Published April 19, 2016
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45259000, 50700000, 50712000, 50711000, 50532000, 50531200, 50531000, 50511200, 50413100

DCC undertook a significant capital investment at 5 Fords WWTW plant in 2014/2015. The Gas to Grid element of the site is now managed by DCC Energy team. The investment included constructing a facility to export bio methane direct into the national gas network. The initial capital delivery project accounted for support and maintenance of 4 key infrastructure areas for 2 years after installation (up to September 2016). The following 4 main areas requiring maintenance are listed below:

1. screw compressor plant maintenance,

2. general pipework repairs and system purging,

3. membrane plant maintenance,

4. grid entry unit maintenance.

The intention is to have 1 principal contractor who manages all elements of maintenance provision on behalf of DCC in line with agreed availability and performance KPIs and Service Levels. The main areas of maintenance are described below. The principal contractor will be entitled to sub-contract all of elements of the scope, subject to evidencing of suitable management procedures. Each element will require suppliers capable to provide the following services: planned maintenance against set KPIs and Service Levels; provision of relevant critical spares; reactive maintenance/call outs; M and E work.

Scope of responsibilities will be for managing the maintenance and overhaul of all equipment associated with the G2G system on site, apart from the LPG Equipment (managed by Calor Gas), up to where the biogas train tees off from the biogas main supplying the CHP engines. A valve is located next to the CHO Siloxane scrubber which will act as the demarcation point for the eventual successful tenderer.

The agreement will be for an initial 2 years, followed by 2 sets of 2 year.

Interested parties are asked to contact the designated contacted listed in the notice.

A formal PQQ will then be made available on the Welsh Water procurement portal to those parties who express an interest (https://dwrcymru-welshwater.bravosolution.co.uk), following issue of the OJEU notice.

Biomethane Gas to Grid maintenance — 5 Fords

Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig (DCC) trading as Dwr Cymru | Published April 19, 2016  -  Deadline May 22, 2016
cpvs
45259000, 50700000, 50712000, 50711000, 50532000, 50531200, 50531000, 50511200, 50413100

DCC undertook a significant capital investment at 5 Fords WWTW plant in 2014/2015. The Gas to Grid element of the site is now managed by DCC Energy team. The investment included constructing a facility to export bio methane direct into the national gas network. The initial capital delivery project accounted for support and maintenance of 4 key infrastructure areas for 2 years after installation (up to September 2016). The following 4 main areas requiring maintenance are listed below:

1. screw compressor plant maintenance,

2. general pipework repairs and system purging,

3. membrane plant maintenance,

4. grid entry unit maintenance.

The intention is to have 1 principal contractor who manages all elements of maintenance provision on behalf of DCC in line with agreed availability and performance KPIs and Service Levels. The main areas of maintenance are described below. The principal contractor will be entitled to sub-contract all of elements of the scope, subject to evidencing of suitable management procedures. Each element will require suppliers capable to provide the following services: planned maintenance against set KPIs and Service Levels; provision of relevant critical spares; reactive maintenance/call outs; M and E work.

Scope of responsibilities will be for managing the maintenance and overhaul of all equipment associated with the G2G system on site, apart from the LPG Equipment (managed by Calor Gas), up to where the biogas train tees off from the biogas main supplying the CHP engines. A valve is located next to the CHO Siloxane scrubber which will act as the demarcation point for the eventual successful tenderer.

The agreement will be for an initial 2 years, followed by 2 sets of 2 year.

Interested parties are asked to contact the designated contacted listed in the notice.

A formal PQQ will then be made available on the Welsh Water procurement portal to those parties who express an interest (https://dwrcymru-welshwater.bravosolution.co.uk), following issue of the OJEU notice.

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