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COv - Canley District Energy - Heat Mapping and Energy Master Planning

Coventry City Council (COV) | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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Coventry City Council is seeking a supplier to: - Undertake an energy mapping study of the area of Canley outlined in red on the map at appendix 1 to identify potentially useful heating, cooling and power demand loads and potentially useful heat supply opportunities for the purposes of district energy scheme development - Use the outputs of energy mapping to inform the development of an energy master plan for the specified area identifying, evaluating and prioritising any identified potential district energy opportunities.

Home Energy Visits

capitalEsourcing | Published January 24, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2016
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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea through the Climate Change Team would like to commission an organisation deliver a home energy programme entitled “Warm Homes Support the Vulnerable”.

Therefore, the Council invites tenders from suitably and experienced organisations to deliver the new home energy visits scheme.

The project aims to provide support to RBKC residents vulnerable to cold homes and/or whose health and wellbeing is compromised by poor housing conditions and inefficient homes. This will help to alleviate the negative impacts of cold weather, increase the level of warmth of those who are experiencing fuel poverty and to reduce their energy bills. The project will also reduce the likelihood of cold related illness within the targeted households and will increase residents’ awareness of best energy tariffs using a range of promotion activities/services and behaviour change tips. This will help the most vulnerable people in our borough to save energy, stay warm and well and feel more comfortable in their homes over the coldest months of the year.

Around 120 home energy efficiency visits and around 30 followed-up visits will be carried out in the first three months of 2016 in social housing properties by certified and neutral energy advisors.
The advisors will also help residents to use energy and water more efficiently in their homes.

For further information about the services, how to submit the tender and access to the Invitation to Tender and other relevant documentation please register your organisation at: https://www.capitalesourcing.com

Procurement documentation available for download via CapitalEsourcing

Closing date for Invitation to Tender submissions: 24th of January 2016.
 

Lancashire Energy Headquarters - Blackpool Enterprise Zone

Estates Department | Published December 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 20, 2015
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B&FC is conducting a pre-qualification process to select parties to tender for the Main Contractor role at the new ‘Lancashire Energy Headquarters’, (hereby referred to as the Energy HQ), including the associated site preparation, infrastructure and landscaping.

ITT238 Waterside Campus Energy Centre

Office of The Vice Chancellor | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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ITT238 Waterside Campus Energy Centre

DUD - Consultancy Services for a District Energy Study

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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DUD - Consultancy Services for a District Energy Study

Quote for Newhaven District Heating Network – Heat Mapping & Energy Masterplanning

East Sussex County Council | Published December 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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Newhaven Town Council is seeking to commission a high-level study into the technical and commercial feasibility of a heat network infrastructure. This heat network infrastructure will look to utilise waste heat from Veolia’s EfW plant in Newhaven, which processes 210,000 tonnes of waste per year and produces 16MW of electrical energy. The principal outcome of the study is to: 1. Provide a wide and comprehensive understanding of the current and future heat demands and loads within Newhaven. 2. Understand whether Veolia’s EfW plant could provide the primary heat source for the development of a District Heat Network in the town. 3. Provide a high level technical and commercial assessment of the source viability and determine the potential for a heat network(s) in Newhaven. The environmental charity Bioregional is supporting Newhaven Town Council in the delivery of this project. This includes assessing tender replies, providing the go-between the Council and consultant and assisting the appointed consultants where applicable. A project board has been formed as a decision making body to overview and scrutinise the delivery of this project. Newhaven’s mantra for development is ‘Green, Clean, Marine’. A 20-year vision for Newhaven will see the number of houses in the town increase by around 40% along with the construction of new industrial, commercial and recreational facilities. Newhaven Town Council are committed to reducing area-wide carbon emissions, decreasing the number of residents living in fuel poverty and increasing energy security. This study will provide the Council and the operator of the Waste facility with the information they need to investigate development of the potential heat network in much more detail. The Authority intends to enter into a contract with the successful contractor which will remain until full and satisfactory completion of the study. The Contract will be let under the Terms and Conditions provided in the appendix. Please ensure that you have read, understand and are willing to work to these Terms and Conditions before preparing your submission. This document both sets out the statement of requirements relevant to the fulfilment of this particular contract, and the conditions for participation i.e. the minimum selection criteria for undertaking work for the Authority. Please contact Anthony Probert anthony.probert@bioregional.com for more deatil.

P0275 The provision of Smart Procurement European Alliance Energy Efficiency Project (SPEA)

Economy | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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The objective of the EU “Smart Procurement European Alliance” programme is to implement the public procurement of innovative solutions within the scope of energy efficiency in the municipal buildings of the participating cities: Barcelona, Eindhoven and Birmingham, thus increasing the demand for innovation in this field and enhancing innovation in public services in relation to the improvement in the quality/ efficiency of public services. For more information please visit the project website: www.speaproject.eu To support the delivery of SPEA the Council is seeking to appoint a supplier(s) to deliver energy efficiency improvements to 3 (maximum) municipal buildings (offices) which it owns. One crucial aspect of this tender is an "intelligent but innovative strategy", which makes it possible for the Council to achieve its objectives, not only in relation to sustainability, but in terms of building management operation. The Contract has been broken down into separate lots as detailed below to enable bespoke solutions for each building (if necessary) Lot 1 Sutton New Road Lot 2 Lifford House Lot 3 New Aston House As part of the Tender exercise the Council has arranged for suppliers to undertake a site visit. The site visit is programmed to take place on 15th January 2016. If you are interested in attending the site visit, please could you contact the Council using the correspondence function on ‘Intend’ by no later than 5pm on 12th January 2015 confirm your attendance. Please note due to Health & Safety we are restricting the numbers to a maximum of two persons from each organisation. If you are interested in tendering please click on the following link to access Birmingham City Council’s tender Portal:-. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc/ and submit your details to register as a bidder. We will send you a log on and password so you can download the Invitation to Tender (‘ITT’). Note that the deadline to express an interest in this opportunity is noon Friday 22nd January 2016. Your completed ITT should be returned by noon on Friday 29th January 2016 using the Supplier Portal. For more information Mohammed Yahiah, Assistant Procurement Manager, Tel. 0121 303 0031 or email mohammed.yahiah@birmingham.gov.uk.

Laser supply & installation

S.T.R.I | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
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The supply, installation, training and maintenance of an ultra-high energy laser system. This system must be a Q-switched Nd:YAG with minimum 9J pulse energy at 1064nm, single longitudinal mode and an Optical Parametric Oscillator.

Expression of Interest - For Main Contractor Works - University Of Exeter - Penryn Campus (REEF Building)

FXPLUS  | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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The purpose of this document is to establish whether as a Main Contractor you wish to accept or decline the opportunity to express your interest in this competitive tender. The project consists of the design (from RIBA Stage 4 onwards) and construction of a Renewable Energy Engineering Facility (REEF) subject to the agreement of final contract price, on behalf of Exeter University, at their Penryn Campus, Falmouth, Cornwall. The purpose of the project is to ensure that University of Exeter STEM education infrastructure in Cornwall can meet the demands of both the recent and proposed growth in student numbers and the requirements of research-led and industry-facing science education. In essence, it will enable the research model of multidisciplinary science to be realised in education and attract increased student recruitment. The Renewable Energy Engineering Facility is a facility where students can experience directly how the knowledge gained in lectures or the laboratory is applied to a number of clean energy technologies in a real-world facility. Elements of the facility may also be shared with other campus users. This new flagship facility will enable expansion of University of Exeter’s capacity at the Penryn Campus for individual and small group research projects and industrial networking and collaboration. Users will the complete Renewable Energy teaching programmes including BSc Renewable Energy and BEng/MEng Energy Engineering.

HVAC Re-commissioning Project Trance 2

Estates & Facilities | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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Contract for the Provision of Consultancy Services in Connection with the Review of System Controls, the Re-Commissioning of Selected Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems and the Project Management of Consequential Energy Efficiency Improvement Works – Tranche 2

Invitation to Tender for Affordable Warmth Buddies

Bolsover District Council | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 7, 2016
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Bolsover Partnership wishes to commission an organisation, or consortia, that can improve health outcomes and reduce energy requirements by developing an innovative Affordable Warmth Buddy Scheme to work with vulnerable households that have been identified as being in fuel poverty within targeted areas of Bolsover district. The project will help create a lasting legacy and sustainability of fuel poverty knowledge and skills which are currently provided by local services, but that may be affected in future by limitations of funding. The successful bidder will be expected to demonstrate how their proposal adds value and enhances existing provision and the arrangements that will be put in place to ensure there is flexibility to take account of other and emerging activities.

CBC-0544-T-CE Croft Green Sheltered Housing - Design & Construction of New Build

Social Care, Health & Housing - Housing Services | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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The Council’s Housing Service is seeking a contractor to construct 23 new build residential dwellings at 23-28 Croft Green, Dunstable. The residential units are being built as housing for older people. In addition to the residential properties the construction works will include a communal lounge, day opportunities room, energy centre and landscaping works. The site has planning permission and the contract will take the form of the JCT Design and Build. Help and support - The Council will provide as much support and information as it can to help guide you through the Tender process. Questions asked together with the response, will be made available to all firms quoting, to ensure a fair and consistent approach to all. If there is anything you are not sure of or need clarification of, then please contact us via the Correspondence facility within In-Tend.

LEP - Resource Efficiency Fund

LEP | Published January 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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The purpose of the REF is to establish a business support product that will assist Leeds City Region SMEs to identify, fund and implement capital resource efficiency improvements by providing technical assessment, wrap around support and capital grants to eligible businesses. West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) intends to procure a framework of consultants for the Leeds Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to deliver technical resource efficiency assessments of SME businesses, identifying the possible improvement opportunities across waste, water and energy, together with a review of the financing options available to the business to deliver these improvements. It is anticipated that the REF will be part-funded by the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 and the Local Growth Fund.

PURCON624 Supply of Gas and Electricity

Richard Bettle | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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Electricity and gas supply contracts for an initial 3 year term for the period commencing 01 April 2016 and 01 October 2016 respectively. Lot 1: Electricity supply The approximate annual forecast consumption is 17,800,000 kWh based upon an average of the last five years' consumption. Lot 2: Gas supply The approximate annual forecast consumption is 78,000,000 kWh based upon an average of the last five years' consumption. NOTE: this procurement is being managed by UX Energy Services on behalf of the University. To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders WebSite at http://www.mytenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=165250. This procurement is being undertaken using the competitive negotiated procedure NOT a competitive dialogue.

Free Cavity Wall and Loft Insulation Through ECO Scheme

Housing & Property Services - Housing Repairs & Maintenance | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015
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Portsmouth City Council (the Authority) is seeking to invite interested parties to take part in a PQQ process to deliver Free Cavity Wall and Loft Insulation through ECO Scheme on behalf of the Council. Scope of project Portsmouth City Council "the Authority" is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified organisations who can offer loft and cavity wall insulation using the Government's Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme at no cost to the Authority including the provision of funding from the same scheme to help facilitate other works. The Authority has been insulating its residential properties using the above measures for forty years; however the records for a number of the earlier insulations are incomplete. As a consequence there may be a number of properties that would still benefit from insulation. The Authority is looking for organisations that can undertake extensive searches of its housing stock and nominate suitable properties that would benefit from loft and/or cavity wall insulation. Prior to permission being given to proceed with the works the properties will be subject to survey and confirmation of suitability by the Authorities surveying staff. IMPORTANT DATES: Deadline for requests for clarifications 15 December 2015 PQQ initial submission deadline 22 December 2015 Please ensure that you read all the documentation thoroughly and follow ALL the instructions provided. Failure to follow these can severely restrict your chances and may even result in your application being dismissed from further consideration. NOTE: There is a Step by Step Supplier Guide available in the "Supplier Guidance Tab".

207/YE PIN - Sheffield Translational Facility

Materials Science and Engineering | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2016
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Prior Information Notice - Market Sounding and call for innovative solutions The University of Sheffield is looking to research pilot-scale metal powder production and powder processing facility. This facility will be for the production and utilisation of metal powders in high value manufacturing and engineering sectors. In particular we will be looking for equipment for the following areas: • Pilot scale metal atomization - for the production of metals and reactive alloys • Induction plasma technology system for powder densification and spheroidisation • Vacuum induction melting furnace • Milling technology: to grind metal into a powder • Laser powder bed metal 3D printer - Small laser spot size for maximum fine structures of 50 um • 3D material printing system – using print head technology that consecutively applies binder to metal powder layers to produce 3D parts • Blown powder 3D metal laser printer - for the production of graded material components from mixtures of materials. Capability for new alloy development. • Hot isostatic pressing • Metal injection moulding equipment • Metal injection moulding sintering furnace This is not a call for tenders or a pre-qualification exercise. It is a market sounding exercise to provide advance information of requirements and open a dialogue with the supply chain. We are seeking information that will help inform the strategy, design and specifications for a forthcoming tender(s) for the above facility. In particular we seek to understand the types of facilities required by manufacturers for the correct working environment and operational site requirements that will be needed, such as floor loading, space requirements, energy, temperature control, gas inputs or waste disposal etc which will help inform the design of the building that will be constructed to house the facility. Interested parties from all parts of the supply chain are invited to express their interest and downloading and returning the Market Sounding Response Form. We will be opening expressions of interest (and associated information provided) as and when received. This PIN exercise will close on 26th January 2016, which is the final date for expressions of interest.

208/YE Chemical Pilot Plant PIN

Faculty of Engineering | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 3, 2015
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The University of Sheffield is undertaking a Market Sounding Exercise to provide advance information and seek supply chain information prior to tendering for a new Chemical Engineering Pilot Plant. The Pilot Plant is to be housed in the University’s flagship Diamond building and is anticipated to be installed and commissioned in September 2016. It is envisaged, but not finalised, that the following learning objectives will form the basis of the forthcoming tender: • Students will have experience of operating real, large scale chemical engineering equipment. • Students will understand health and safety issues in an operating environment typical of a chemical plant. • Students will be able to apply fundamental chemical engineering principles to working equipment, including: Lot 1- Power to X pilot plant to convert renewable energy to environmentally friendly diesel fuel Lot 2 - High value manufacturing – continuous manufacture of pharmaceutical solid oral dosage forms Lot 3 - Industrial Control room This is not a call for tenders or a pre-qualification exercise. It is a market sounding exercise to provide advance information of requirements and open a dialogue with the supply chain. We are seeking information that will help inform the strategy, design and specifications for a forthcoming tender(s) for the above facility. Interested parties from all parts of the supply chain are invited to express their interest and downloading and returning the Market Sounding Response Form. We will be opening expressions of interest (and associated information provided) as and when received. This PIN exercise will close on 3rd December 2015, which is the final date for expressions of interest.

DR Suite Cooler Unit – Broomfield Hospital

Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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MEHT wishes to receive tenders for the design, manufacture, supply, delivery to site, off-loading, moving to place of work, protecting, assembly, installation, testing and commissioning of DR Suite Cooling Unit at Broomfield Hospital. As part of a programme of works aimed at building extra resilience into the Disaster Recovery (DR) computing centre at Broomfield Hospital the DR management team has identified the need for a dedicated chilled water installation that is suitable for supplying the needs of fan coil units fitted inside the DR computer suite. The new system will be connected into existing flow and return pipe work in such a way that cooling can be provided by either the new chiller (DUTY) or the existing Trane chiller (STANDBY). It is required that the proposed chilled water system must also be configurable as a heat pump, in such a way that domestic hot water (DHW) heating as well as DR air conditioning functions can be simultaneously (or separately) managed from the same machine. Although MEHT is procuring the DR Suite Cooler Unit, the successful bidder will be expected to potentially enter into a novation agreement with the successful Mechanical & Electrical Contractor who will be carrying out the enabling works and acting as Main Contractor . The bidder is to indicate within his tender if he has any reasonable objections as to why a novation may not be entered into with the successful Mechanical & Electrical Contractor. Design Criteria The proposed installation is required to operate on the vapour-compression refrigerating principle and as well as producing chilled water is to be fitted with a heat recovery system of the type used in heat pump installations (in which the entirety of the energy entrained in the high pressure side of the refrigerant circuit is recoverable for water heating). Refrigerating systems which are capable only of partial heat recovery from the high pressure refrigerant circuit (eg
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