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DOMESTIC ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME

Sunderland City Council | Published July 31, 2009  -  Deadline September 4, 2009
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83000000

TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF A DOMESTIC ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME Sunderland City Council wish to appoint one or more contractors to deliver a Domestic Energy Efficiency Programme which will involve delivering insulation measures to properties throughout the City. The Programme will include the provision of cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and hot water tank jackets. Tenders are sought from suitably qualified and experienced contractors that can demonstrate substantial experience of the delivery of large scale insulation schemes. This is an electronic tender process. All organisations interested in this tender process should register an expression of interest against this contract online at www.qtegov.com The closing date for tender returns is 12 noon on 4th September 2009. 

Management of Energy Efficiency measures in cross-tenure homes within North Tyneside

North Tyneside Council | Published April 4, 2013  -  Deadline May 17, 2013
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30140000, 30141506, 30141508, 30141512, 30141513, 30141600, 30141601, 30141602, 72102507, 77000000, 83101900, 83101901, 83101902

Procurement of a Partner organisation to access funding and oversee the delivery and management of Energy Efficiency Measures in cross-tenure homes across the Metropolitan Borough of North Tyneside 

Provision of Photovoltaic Equipment and Associated Works

North Tyneside Council | Published March 24, 2011  -  Deadline April 8, 2011
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26100000, 26130000

The Council is to appoint a partner to exploit the opportunity in having a green energy system installed to the Council's housing stock and public buildings fully funded, operated and maintained by the successful bidder. The numbers of housing properties is estimated to be up to 5,500 with public building sites of up to 100. 

Provision, Installation and Management of Solar Photovoltaic Equipment and Associated Works

North Tyneside Council | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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26000000, 26130000, 83101900

 

North Tyneside Council (‘the Authority’) is inviting expressions of interest from suitably experienced organisations to provide suitable renewable energy systems to the Authority’s housing stock, which may include public buildings. This opportunity will involve the granting of rights to install photovoltaic equipment, which will be eligible for admission to the UK Government Feed in Tariff Scheme (FITS), on up to three thousand five hundred (3,500) Authority owned properties, around 278 blocks of flats, and, potentially some public buildings and  schools within the Borough of North Tyneside. The Provider will be required to offer a solution that will maximise the financial incentives available to the Authority including East and West facing properties.  

 

(NU/1195) Newcastle University Urban Observatory Sensors DPS

Newcastle University | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline August 18, 2020
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34970000

Newcastle University invites bids to join a Dynamic Purchasing System it is establishing for the provision of a range of environmental sensor equipment for it's Urban Observatory project in the city. The Urban Observatory is a research project funded by Newcastle University as part of Science Central initiative. It seeks to understand how a city system functions and how different parameters interact. (E.g. heat island effect and green spaces, flooding and traffic congestion.) All the sensor data is open and available to the public via this portal (http://uoweb1.ncl.ac.uk/ ) and shown alongside other available open data sources. Further information can be found at: http://www.urbanobservatory.ac.uk/ We want to build a network of ‘good’ (reliable, useable) data that is enables real-time decision making to create a more resilient city that can respond more dynamically to issues. (e.g. changing traffic management to cut air pollution or using now—casting on weather radar to forewarn NCL estates of incoming ‘toon monsoon’ or UTMC so they can divert traffic from certain flood prone areas or take measures to protect metro routes.) There will be 6 Sensor Lots on this DPS: 1. Environment 2. Weather 3. Transport 4. Energy 5. Water 6. Human Suppliers must indicate which Lots they are applying for in this initial DPS Round.
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