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West Carclaze Energy Solution

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published February 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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65400000

Cornwall Council is seeking expert advice to help develop an energy solution for the proposed West Carclaze mixed use development in St Austell that can act as a smart, sustainable energy exemplar for the rest of Cornwall. The focus is on providing a model for the delivery of highly sustainable homes and businesses that prioritises value capture for the long term benefit of the occupants of the site and does not place undue burden upon the site developer in the form of excessive upfront capital costs.

West Carclaze Energy Solution

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
Winner
Ricardo Energy & Environment
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65400000

Cornwall Council is seeking expert advice to help develop an energy solution for the proposed West Carclaze mixed use development in St Austell that can act as a smart, sustainable energy exemplar for the rest of Cornwall. The focus is on providing a model for the delivery of highly sustainable homes and businesses that prioritises value capture for the long term benefit of the occupants of the site and does not place undue burden upon the site developer in the form of excessive upfront capital costs.

Energy System and Storage Masterplan for Cornwall

Cornwall Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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090000, 654000, 713000, 713140

Cornwall Council requires a report that provides a non-technical description of the energy network constraints in Cornwall and the impact a constrained network is having, and may continue to have, on economic growth and strategic priorities in Cornwall.

Energy System and Storage Masterplan for Cornwall

Cornwall Council | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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09000000

Cornwall Council wishes to commission a report that provides a non-technical description of the electricity network constraints in Cornwall and the impact a constrained network is having, and may continue to have, on economic growth and strategic priorities in Cornwall. The report will include a technical feasibility study that will identify opportunities for demonstrating different energy storage solutions that could: • Unlock export capacity on the grid and defer reinforcement, • Reduce the need to curtail generation, • Facilitate greater utilisation of distributed generation locally, • Consider the ‘whole energy system’ and how generation may be used across sectors; or, • Utilise existing available export capacity to provide ancillary services to the grid. Opportunities should be identified that can demonstrate different investment/ownership models and capture different revenue streams and benefits. Project types should include: • Co-located with renewable generation • Standalone solutions • Microgrids Domestic storage is not included in the scope of this study. It is intended that the study, based on some mapping work and the identification of solutions and applications across sectors, will provide a prioritised list of opportunity sites that could demonstrate energy storage solutions. It is acknowledged that the identified sites will require further detailed studies, which fall outside the scope of this study. The study will be used to inform a number of investment decisions that may be linked to a successful Growth Deal round 3 bid and the agreed action within the Cornwall Devolution Deal implementation plan to deliver a smart energy storage demonstrator. The study may also inform Council or private sector investments that provide a return on investment and/or funding applications.

Cornwall Local Energy Market Project: Technical/Economic Modeller, Analyst and Software Engineer

CENTRICA PLC | Published May 25, 2017  -  Deadline July 5, 2017
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09310000

Centrica plc's Cornwall Local Energy Market project (LEM) is a part EU funded pioneering initiative involving the development of a virtual marketplace that will trial providing participants (homes and businesses) with a platform to buy and sell energy and flexibility both to the grid and the wholesale energy market. We will also be installing new generation and energy storage technology, which will allow us to explore how individuals and businesses interact with the technology. The £19m three year trial is being delivered in partnership with the local distribution network operator Western Power Distribution, alongside National Grid and Exeter University. It is being funded by Centrica and the British Gas Energy for Tomorrow Fund alongside a £13m grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Centrica wishes to appoint a specialist energy business that can provide expert support for Centrica to deliver Technical Modelling and Analysis for the residential project for the entirety of the programme (until early 2020). The process will include selecting the specific properties for the residential DSR project based on specific knowledge of Cornwall's property profile, actively involved in supporting the procurement of microgeneration and storage technology for residential application, manage and utilise monitoring data collection from all residential properties, modelling of data to inform the project and wider business with different business case scenarios, collaborate with other individuals within the project and wider business. The outcome of this work will assist the project in demonstrating the learning outcomes to the funder and Centrica, along with providing the business case for ongoing residential DSR projects along with insight into potential residential propositions.

Soft market testing exercise to include consideration of innovative proposals that could lead to the creation of a Cornish energy company or similar entity that would offer benefits to the local population.

Cornwall Council | Published November 24, 2015
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65000000, 65300000, 65310000, 65320000, 65400000, 65410000, 65200000, 65210000, 09000000

Soft market testing exercise to include consideration of innovative proposals that could lead to the creation of a Cornish energy company or similar entity that would offer benefits to the local population.

Soft market testing exercise to include consideration of innovative proposals that could lead to the

Cornwall Council | Published November 24, 2015
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65000000, 65300000, 65310000, 65320000, 65400000, 65410000, 65200000, 65210000, 09000000

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is an indication of potential future procurement activity and is subject to change. This notice makes no commitment to procure anything. The PIN is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process. The energy market is changing. Increasing numbers of independent suppliers are entering the market. Consumers, communities and local authorities across the country are also starting to have a greater influence over how energy is produced and supplied. Over recent years Cornwall has experienced significant growth in decentralised energy generation and sees the renewable energy sector as a significant opportunity for long term economic growth. At the heart of this growth is the concept of a local energy market — a structure which permits increasing participation in the generation, supply and consumption of energy. For these reasons Cornwall Council is now looking to explore options for the creation of an energy company or similar entity for Cornwall that will allow Cornwall to deliver local benefits derived from the increased levels of generation. To this end, the Council is conducting a soft market assessment to find out more about the level of interest within the various business sectors for meeting these requirements, what solutions might be developed to meet the Council's aspirations and on what terms. We are interested in hearing from businesses with the operational and commercial expertise to develop and potentially run an energy company or similar entity capable of meeting Cornwall's needs. This could be in a consultancy, joint venture or arm's length capacity.

Structures construction work

Cornwall Council | Published September 23, 2016
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45223000, 45221120, 45111100, 45247000, 45212314, 45251120

The Council ultimately wishes to appoint a Main Contractor to undertake the works for this heritage-led regeneration and renewable energy scheme.

PQQ: Fully Integrated Storage Solutions

CENTRICA PLC | Published August 11, 2017  -  Deadline August 30, 2017
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09000000

Centrica plc's Cornwall Local Energy Market project (LEM) is a part EU funded pioneering initiative involving the development of a virtual marketplace. The trial provides participants (homes and businesses) with a platform to buy and sell energy and flexibility both to the supply networks and the wholesale energy market. The project will also be installing new generation, and energy storage solutions, which will allow us to explore how individuals and businesses interact with the technology. Centrica plc is seeking application from suitably experienced, capable and proven contractors to undertake the design, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and testing of energy storage systems ranging from 150kWp to 5MWP, and up to 5 hours of energy storage to suit the use case applications of the Cornwall LEM programme. It is anticipated that there will be 4 to 6 separate project sites, covering 2 to 3 use cases. The scope will include input into the development of the project e.g. Support DNO G100 application, site surveys and pricing confirmation. In the construction phase, the scope will include the main energy storage and management system, cooling systems, electrical systems, fire protection, auxiliary and control systems. Noting that civil engineering, ground works, site management and specialist LV/HV connections are likely to be managed by the principal contractor. ... Full description of opportunity in the attached documents.

Subsea Cable Tail Installation Equipment and Services.

Wave Hub Limited | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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45252125

Procurement of equipment to install four no. 33 kV rated cable tails from the current dry mate connectors to the 4 developer berths at the Wave Hub offshore facility for the development and testing of wave energy devices, providing a well-defined and monitored site with electrical connection to the onshore UK electricity grid. It is intended to replace the current 11 kV rated dry mate connectors with a 33 kV rated in-line joint and to terminate the cables with half of a 33 kV dry mate connector. 4 300 m cable tails, each consisting of a double armoured three-core cable, are laid to the north east as a bundle section over a distance of 160 m from the TDU. Workscope to supply equipment to replace the current dry mate connectors with an in-line joints and to terminate the cables with half of a dry mate connector along with testing of cables onshore. Complete supply scopes: — 4 x in-line joint, — 4 x Dry mate connector, — onshore cable testing services, — cable abrasion protection, — supply of Rock Bags. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the my-Tenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=165469

NHS0800 Generator for West Cornwall Hospital.

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust | Published October 29, 2014  -  Deadline November 24, 2014
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31100000, 31120000, 51111200

Installation of a new 500 KVA Stand-by Generator System that shall provide essential supplies for the complete Hospital electrical infrastructure. The new Generator shall be capable of mains synchronisation and export, and be compliant with the current version of the Energy Networks Association (ENA) Engineering Recommendation G59. The Works shall include de-commissioning and removal of the existing 350 KVA Stand-by Generator and fuel system. This tender is being conducted using electronic means using the Internet. Companies should register their interest and respond to the contract notice using the link to the e-tendering portal https://tactica-live.advanced365.com Potential suppliers are required to click on the current opportunities button on the e-tendering site to view details of this procurement and then use the online registration link to enter their company details. Within the form to register company details, there is a ‘Test’ button to verify the identified e-mail address. It is strongly recommended that this is used, to ensure validity and effectiveness of the link registered for messages to/from the e-tendering site. Once the registration screen has been completed and an e-mail confirming successful registration of the company has been received from Tactica, suppliers can continue to follow the on screen prompts to register an expression of interest in any particular tender. Details of the process to be followed are also available in ‘A Suppliers First Step Guide’ from the Tactica login page. The guide will explain some of the requirements and procedures involved when responding to a tender. For more detailed information there is a second document ‘Suppliers User Guide’ that can be found on the Tactica home page.

Luxulyan Valley Works

CORNWALL COUNCIL | Published September 12, 2016
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45223000

The Council ultimately wishes to appoint a Main Contractor to undertake the works for this heritage-led regeneration and renewable energy scheme. The project will: 1. Replace the Council’s Hydro Electric Power (HEP) turbine in the Luxulyan Valley; 2. Carry out the conservation works required to the Treffry Viaduct and the leats to provide a regular and sufficient water supply to the turbine; 3. Implement the management plan for the Valley to provide a much enhanced experience for the local community and visitors. Each of these strands addresses key issues, and the business case is by far the strongest if all three are implemented together. The Council owns most of the Valley, which is one of its most popular countryside sites; and the Treffry Viaduct, a Scheduled Monument and iconic structure, is owned by Cornwall Heritage Trust. The leats and Treffry Viaduct are key elements of the international importance of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It is proposed that the project will be funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Cornwall Heritage Trust, and Cornwall Council prudential borrowing. The cost of the new turbine will have to be entirely funded from the Council’s prudential borrowing. The overall Project will include the necessary conservation works to the Treffry Viaduct and the 2.7 miles of the leat system that supplies water to the HEP turbine, for which Heritage Lottery funding (HLF) will be required. The CC owned existing HEP turbine has reached the end of its economic life, and is now making a financial loss due to greatly reduced water flow as a result of Carmears Leat being dry. CC have had to cut off the water supply for Carmears Leat because it was leaking so badly through the aquaduct channel of the Treffry Viaduct. The Viaduct is on English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk Register, and following a recent Condition Survey this Register grades the Treffry Viaduct’s condition as Poor, and the priority as A which means ‘immediate risk of further deterioration or loss of fabric’. The same Condition Survey identifies many conservation works required to the leats, including preventative works to sections which are vulnerable to leaks and breaches. Both are of international historic importance. The aquaduct channel carrying Carmears Leat across Treffry Viaduct has recently been leaking so badly that CC has had to shut off the water flow into the leat so that the leat is now dry – even with just a sweetening flow almost all of the flow was leaking through the Viaduct structure. The viaduct also spans over the minor road and the Par to Newquay railway branch line and the condition of the viaduct presents a risk to these. Please note: Mace have been commissioned to act on behalf of Cornwall Council (who will be the signatory to any agreement(s) with the Contractor) and the wider stakeholders. As such all queries relating to this initial part of the overall project at least should be addressed to Mace contact as supplied.
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