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Energy Market Intelligence Service

Scottish Enterprise | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
cpvs
151000, 279999

Scottish Enterprise (SE) has a requirement for access to an ‘Energy Market Intelligence Service’. SE is seeking to purchase a subscription to an energy market intelligence service commencing May 2015 and concluding 31st March 2017. The service must be a web based solution that gives SE access to pre-produced data, articles and reports covering a spectrum of energy sectors, technologies and geographies. Prospective suppliers are invited to submit a proposal for the provision of an energy market intelligence service that meets with the requirements specified by Scottish Enterprise within this Invitation to Tender.

DAS and Energy Metering

Abellio ScotRail Ltd | Published July 16, 2016
cpvs
34600000

DAS and Energy Metering

Energy Market Intelligence Service

Scottish Enterprise | Published May 3, 2016
Winner
Bloomberg, Lp
cpvs
151000, 279999

Energy Market Intelligence Service

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Scottish Government | Published March 25, 2017
Winner
Energy Saving Trust
cpvs
71314300, 79342300, 79940000, 79996100, 90700000, 66171000

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The main aim of CARES, free at the point of use, is to support the Scottish Government's ambitions, to enable communities and rural businesses to reap the benefits of a more localised energy approach.

The main components of CARES are local energy ownership and shared ownership both of which are facilitated through a range of interventions summarised as follows:

— Bespoke advice and support to eligible applicants on a broad range of issues involved in owning a renewable energy project, or taking a share in a commercial scheme.

— Administration and management of a range of grant and loan support schemes, from start-up grants through to post planning capital loans to help projects reach financial closure and/or reach investor readiness.

— The promotion of CARES which is mainly facilitated through a dedicated website and annual conference.

— Support for a local energy systems approach, which is currently facilitated through the Local Energy Challenge Fund and the Infrastructure and Innovation Fund.

The Service Provider shall be responsible for reviewing the support currently in place to ensure it can continue to deliver the Scottish Government's ambitions and targets.

The requirement also includes:

— Loans — Recovery of all existing loan repayments from current loan schemes, including those which have been closed or will no longer be available at the contract start date.

— Grants — The need to ensure recipients comply with the terms and conditions of issue.

— Administration and management including the processing, assessment and decision-making of applications received to the various funding programmes.

— Support on complex financial matters associated with investing in a renewable energy and or low carbon project including the refinancing of operational projects.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Scottish Government | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
cpvs
71314300, 79342300, 79940000, 79996100, 90700000, 66171000

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

The Scottish Government is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Service Provider, to undertake the delivery of the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) in Scotland.

The main aim of CARES, free at the point of use, is to support the Scottish Government's ambitions, to enable communities and rural businesses to reap the benefits of a more localised energy approach.

The main components of CARES are local energy ownership and shared ownership both of which are facilitated through a range of interventions summarised as follows:

— Bespoke advice and support to eligible applicants on a broad range of issues involved in owning a renewable energy project, or taking a share in a commercial scheme.

— Administration and management of a range of grant and loan support schemes, from start-up grants through to post planning capital loans to help projects reach financial closure and/or reach investor readiness.

— The promotion of CARES which is mainly facilitated through a dedicated website and annual conference.

— Support for a local energy systems approach, which is currently facilitated through the Local Energy Challenge Fund and the Infrastructure and Innovation Fund.

The Service Provider shall be responsible for reviewing the support currently in place to ensure it can continue to deliver the Scottish Government's ambitions and targets.

The requirement also includes:

— Loans — recovery of all existing loan repayments from current loan schemes, including those which have been closed or will no longer be available at the contract start date.

— Grants — the need to ensure recipients comply with the terms and conditions of issue.

— Administration and management including the processing, assessment and decision-making of applications received to the various funding programmes.

— Support on complex financial matters associated with investing in a renewable energy and or low carbon project including the refinancing of operational projects.

The period of contract is from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2020, with an option to extend for an additional period of 12 months to 31.3.2021.

Whole System Energy Model for Scotland

Scottish Government | Published February 16, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
cpvs
71314300, 71314000

The Office of the Chief Economic Adviser (OCEA) of the Scottish Government (SG) wishes to commission a model of the energy system in Scotland, including all processes or investments carrying the potential to impact upon the level of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals in Scotland. The model will simulate investment decisions across the Scottish energy system from the year 2010 out to 2050 and to output (as a minimum): commodity prices, investment costs, CO2 and all GHG emissions; energy-flows and capacities. The model will be technologically-rich and flexible; capable of simulating the effect of current and future policy decisions. The model will consider the implications of future changes in energy demand and the security of energy supply. The model and any scenarios supplied with it will be robust; underpinned by research evidence and capable of standing up to challenge from the academic community and other stakeholders. CPV: 71314300, 71314000.

Whole System Energy Model for Scotland.

Scottish Government | Published May 21, 2015
Winner
E4tech Ltd
cpvs
71314300, 71314000

The Office of the Chief Economic Adviser (OCEA) of the Scottish Government (SG) wishes to commission a model of the energy system in Scotland, including all processes or investments carrying the potential to impact upon the level of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals in Scotland. The model will simulate investment decisions across the Scottish energy system from the year 2010 out to 2050 and to output (as a minimum): commodity prices, investment costs, CO2 and all GHG emissions; energy-flows and capacities. The model will be technologically-rich and flexible; capable of simulating the effect of current and future policy decisions. The model will consider the implications of future changes in energy demand and the security of energy supply. The model and any scenarios supplied with it will be robust; underpinned by research evidence and capable of standing up to challenge from the academic community and other stakeholders.

Whole System Energy Model for Scotland

Scottish Government | Published May 18, 2015
Winner
E4tech Ltd
cpvs
71314300, 71314000

The Office of the Chief Economic Adviser (OCEA) of the Scottish Government (SG) wishes to commission a model of the energy system in Scotland, including all processes or investments carrying the potential to impact upon the level of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals in Scotland. The model will simulate investment decisions across the Scottish energy system from the year 2010 out to 2050 and to output (as a minimum): commodity prices, investment costs, CO2 and all GHG emissions; energy-flows and capacities. The model will be technologically-rich and flexible; capable of simulating the effect of current and future policy decisions. The model will consider the implications of future changes in energy demand and the security of energy supply. The model and any scenarios supplied with it will be robust; underpinned by research evidence and capable of standing up to challenge from the academic community and other stakeholders. CPV: 71314300, 71314000.

Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS)

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published October 15, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
cpvs
50000000

Repair and Maintenance of Building Energy Management Systems.

Energy Skills Challenge Fund

The Skills Development Scotland Co. Limited | Published December 12, 2014
Winner
Inverness College Uhi, Dundee And Angus College
cpvs
179999, 371000, 371100, 371300, 379999

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) invited bids from organisations whose primary focus is delivering sectoral skills activities within the energy sector, to accelerate delivery and increase availability of transition training courses for the energy sector and to support short courses for mature workers and recent graduates who wish to enter and gain employmnet in the sector. The tender is split into 3 lots and bidders can submit for 1 lot, more than 1 lot or all 3 lots. SDS may appoint a range of providers across the lots. The 3 lots are: Lot 1 - Oil & Gas; Lot 2 - Grid Transmissions & redistribution/Smrt Grid; Lot 3 - renewables - onshore/offshore wind, marine wave and tidal, microgeneration

Energy Skills Challenge Fund

The Skills Development Scotland Co. Limited | Published October 7, 2014  -  Deadline October 21, 2014
cpvs
179999, 371000, 371100, 371300, 379999

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) invited bids from organisations whose primary focus is delivering sectoral skills activities within the energy sector, to accelerate delivery and increase availability of transition training courses for the energy sector and to support short courses for mature workers and recent graduates who wish to enter and gain employmnet in the sector. The tender is split into 3 lots and bidders can submit for 1 lot, more than 1 lot or all 3 lots. SDS may appoint a range of providers across the lots. The 3 lots are: Lot 1 - Oil & Gas; Lot 2 - Grid Transmissions & redistribution/Smrt Grid; Lot 3 - renewables - onshore/offshore wind, marine wave and tidal, microgeneration

Renewables & Energy Efficiency Works and Associated Consultancy Services

Procurement for Housing Scotland | Published April 21, 2016
Winner
Everwarm Ltd , Harvey Group Plc , E.On Energy Solutions Limited , Vital Energi , Cenergist , Campbell & Kennedy , Saliis Limited , Keepmoat Regeneration , Turner Facilities Management Limited , Volkerlaser Ltd , Encraft Ltd , Renewable Energy Consultants Ltd , Sustainable Opportunity Solutions Limited
cpvs
09330000, 09331000, 09300000, 09332000, 09331200, 45261410, 45321000, 45320000, 50721000, 42515000, 39715200, 42511110, 50700000, 50711000, 73210000, 73000000, 45331000, 42520000, 42500000, 45331210, 45331200, 31155000, 09331100, 31712347, 38126200, 71621000, 90713000, 42510000, 45232450, 33961000, 44621200, 45232141, 45331100, 50720000, 45315000, 73200000

Renewables & Energy Efficiency Works and Associated Consultancy Services

Provision of Energy Risk Management Services.

Scottish Water | Published June 4, 2015
Winner
Utilyx Ltd
cpvs
71314200

Scottish Water(SW) requires a suitable service provider to work closely with them to provide a cost effective technical and commercial service for energy risk management services.

Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) - AWARD

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published May 5, 2016
Winner
Ser-Tec Systems Ltd
cpvs
50000000

Repair and Maintenance of Building Energy Management Systems.

Other sources of energy supplies and distribution

The National Exhibition Centre Ltd | Published January 16, 2015
Winner
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cpvs
65400000, 45251142, 65410000, 45251100

The NEC is contracting with an SPV to finance, design, build and operate a WID compliant waste wood biomass low carbon energy centre to provide heat and energy to the NEC and other customers.

Electricity Connections and Energy Supply Consultancy Services

HIGH SPEED TWO (HS2) LTD | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
cpvs
09310000

The Customer requires support to deliver effective, value for money electricity connections and energy supply arrangements in an efficient and robust manner. The Consultant will be provided information regarding the characteristics of the required electricity connections and related energy supply requirements as developed by the Customer to this point. The Consultant will take the specific aspects and requirements of these electricity connections and related energy supply requirements into account when delivering the Core Services. HS2 electricity connection and energy supply characteristics are diverse due to varied configurations, timeframes, capacities, demand durations and security of supply requirements. Electricity connections are also numerous, geographically broad and will be mixture of temporary, transitional and permanent configurations to the suit the wider HS2 programme. Added to this, HS2 will be an exemplar project that is built sustainably, responsibly and respectfully. To support this ambition the project’s carbon footprint is to be minimised through the use of low carbon energy during construction and operation. The requirements of each electricity connection shall be considered when supporting the Customer to deliver the electricity connection portfolio and energy supply framework. Electricity connections and energy supply arrangements are near the beginning of their project lifecycle therefore a wide range of works are required for implementation. The Consultant will support the Customer to carry out, or deliver as required, the following: a. Draft electricity connections procurement strategy; b. Market engagement; c. Finalised electricity connections procurement strategy and inputs to approvals process; d. Pre-qualification questionnaire and Invitation to Tender package development; and e. Strategy development for energy supply.

Whole System Energy Model for Scotland.

Scottish Government | Published February 21, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
cpvs
71314300, 71314000

The Office of the Chief Economic Adviser (OCEA) of the Scottish Government (SG) wishes to commission a model of the energy system in Scotland, including all processes or investments carrying the potential to impact upon the level of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals in Scotland. The model will simulate investment decisions across the Scottish energy system from the year 2010 out to 2050 and to output (as a minimum): commodity prices, investment costs, CO2 and all GHG emissions; energy-flows and capacities. The model will be technologically-rich and flexible; capable of simulating the effect of current and future policy decisions. The model will consider the implications of future changes in energy demand and the security of energy supply. The model and any scenarios supplied with it will be robust; underpinned by research evidence and capable of standing up to challenge from the academic community and other stakeholders. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code project_3468 under s Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the it will move to your My s area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

Provision of Project Management Support: NHSScotland Strategic Energy Efficiency Programme

NSS Health Facilities Scotland | Published April 5, 2016
Winner
Gep Environmental/Green Energy Partners
cpvs
151000, 151100, 151200, 151300, 152000, 152100, 152200, 191300

Provision of Project Management Support: NHSScotland Strategic Energy Efficiency Programme

Project Development Unit for the Non-Domestic Energy Efficiency Framework.

Scottish Government | Published February 10, 2016
cpvs
79410000, 72224000, 79342000, 71314000, 71314200, 71315000, 79993000, 71314300, 71313000, 79421000, 79418000

Project Development Unit for the Non-Domestic Energy Efficiency Framework.

Non Domestic Energy Efficiency.

Scottish Government | Published January 27, 2015
cpvs
71314000, 71314200, 71315000, 31000000, 31527260, 42500000, 44621200, 44622000, 45220000, 45251000, 45251200, 45251220, 65410000, 71321200, 79993000, 45251250, 71314300, 71313000, 71320000, 71314310, 45300000, 50700000, 51100000, 65400000, 09300000, 45200000, 45315300, 31682000, 45210000, 45250000, 66000000, 39370000

Scottish Procurement is seeking to develop a Non Domestic Energy Efficiency (‘NDEE’) Framework Agreement for public sector improvement works and services. The Framework should cover NDEE retrofit in its broadest sense including a combination of building fabric, building environmental services systems and their control (e.g. heating, cooling, ventilation, lighting, water etc.), and local energy generation (including combined heat and power systems, district heating systems and on-site renewables). The potential Portfolio structure is for a NDEE Framework with one lot, multi-suppliers that can deliver energy efficiency services via a range of technical solutions that will provide guaranteed energy savings over the term of the call-off contract awarded under the framework. It is intended that framework suppliers must have the capacity to deliver or procure the services, via supply chain, across all regions of Scotland including the Highlands and Islands. It is also intended the framework will be unranked and the method of call-off will be through a mini-competition process held by the Participating Authority which can be split into stages to reflect the scope and nature of the particular project. It is anticipated the framework term will be 4 years but that call-off contracts could run for up to 25 years depending on the scope and nature of the project. The aggregate value of projects to go through any NDEE framework is estimated to be in the range of GBP250-GBP300m within the 4 year Framework term split between projects funded via revenue and capital budgets. The financing of projects would involve: (i) capital funding by the procuring authority; (ii) utilising contractor/supplier funding; (iii) utilising third party finance; or (iv) a combination of (i) (ii) and (iii). It is anticipated that only projects (including programmes of projects, as appropriate) with a capital value of more than 1 000 000 GBP will use either the third party finance options (ii) or (iii) above. There is no minimum value being placed on the capital funding by the procuring authority option. The Framework would be based upon an Energy Performance Contract (EnPC) with a savings guarantee capable of delivering on the basis of: (i) design and build; (ii) design, build and operate; or (iii) design, build, operate, and finance Procuring authorities will have the option to require the contractor to provide on-going services such as measurement & verification and an elements of ongoing maintenance. This will be a single lot Framework. No public sector body is committed to place an order under the Framework Agreement. The Framework Agreement will be available for use by the Scottish Ministers (including Agencies), Scottish Non-Departmental Public Bodies, offices in the Scottish Administration which are not ministerial offices, cross-border public authorities within the meaning of section 88(5) of the Scotland Act 1998, the Scotland Office, the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body, councils constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, the Scottish Police Authority, Scottish health boards or special health boards, all NHS Scotland, The Integrated Joint Boards established further to the Public Bodies (Joint Working) Act 2014, bodies registered as social landlords under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001, Student Loans Company Limited, the Forestry Commission, the Commissioner of Northern Lighthouse operating as the Northern Lighthouse Board, Equality and Human Rights Commission, Business Stream Ltd, the Business Gateway National Unit at the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, any public body established by or under the Scotland Act 1998 or any Act of the Scottish Parliament, any association of or formed by one or more of the foregoing, bodies financed wholly or mainly by o