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Energy Metering and Data Management.

Hampshire County Council | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
cpvs
38551000, 65500000, 72322000

A term contract to cover the ownership, maintenance, installation and removal of electricity and gas meters from corporate buildings, schools, academies, fire stations and police stations. The management of data flows. The provision of a web-based platform for data management.

Energy Metering and Data Management.

Hampshire County Council | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 13, 2015
cpvs
38551000, 65500000, 72322000

A term contract to cover the ownership, maintenance, installation and removal of electricity and gas meters from corporate buildings, schools, academies, fire stations and police stations. The management of data flows. The provision of a web-based platform for data management.

Hitting the Cold Spots Project.

Hampshire County Council | Published December 4, 2015
Winner
The Environment Centre
cpvs
85000000, 85300000

It is acknowledged that the impact of cold weather on health is predictable and mostly preventable. Those at greatest risk of its effects include the over 75 years of age (especially those living alone), young children, people living in deprived circumstances and from marginalised groups. Hitting The Cold Spots is Hampshire County Council's response to the guidelines and recommendations of the Cold Weather Plan for England 2012 in order to reduce the number of people who die from the effects of cold weather and to reduce the impact of fuel poverty particularly during the winter months. The scheme is in line with the principals and recommendations of the Cold Weather Plan for England 2014 and the Fuel Poverty Strategy for England published in 2014. The project, which is available across the Hampshire County Council administrative area, is supported by a broad range of both statutory and voluntary sector partners, with their own wide networks of contacts that enabled the project to reach into the community to the most vulnerable. All 11 district/borough councils are also active partners in the project. The service provider will be expected to provide suitably experienced staff to offer advice and support to vulnerable residents living in fuel poverty, both via a telephone service and through a range of other channels. They will also be responsible for successfully managing the installation of practical heating and energy efficiency interventions into resident's homes, including emergency heating grants and services. The provider will be experienced in successfully identifying and securing additional funding, both for the project as a whole and to assist individuals with the installation of practical measures.

Hitting the Cold Spots Project.

Hampshire County Council | Published September 15, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
cpvs
85000000, 85300000

It is acknowledged that the impact of cold weather on health is predictable and mostly preventable. Those at greatest risk of its effects include the over 75 years of age (especially those living alone), young children, people living in deprived circumstances and from marginalised groups. Hitting The Cold Spots is Hampshire County Council's response to the guidelines and recommendations of the Cold Weather Plan for England 2012 in order to reduce the number of people who die from the effects of cold weather and to reduce the impact of fuel poverty particularly during the winter months. The scheme is in-line with the principals and recommendations of the Cold Weather Plan for England 2014 and the Fuel Poverty Strategy for England published in 2014. The project, which is available across the Hampshire County Council administrative area, is supported by a broad range of both statutory and voluntary sector partners, with their own wide networks of contacts that enabled the project to reach into the community to the most vulnerable. All 11 district/borough councils are also active partners in the project. The service provider will be expected to provide suitably experienced staff to offer advice and support to vulnerable residents living in fuel poverty, both via a telephone service and through a range of other channels. They will also be responsible for successfully managing the installation of practical heating and energy efficiency interventions into resident's homes, including emergency heating grants and services. The provider will be experienced in successfully identifying and securing additional funding, both for the project as a whole and to assist individuals with the installation of practical measures.

Generation 3 Technical Resources Framework (Gen3 TRF) 2016 — 2020.

Hampshire County Council | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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71500000, 71311000, 71700000, 71311300, 71900000, 71313000, 71600000, 71520000, 71332000, 71530000, 71540000

Hampshire County Council invites applications from suitably experienced organisations who wish to be considered for selection to tender for the Generation 3 Technical Resources Framework (Gen3 TRF) 2016 — 2020. The purpose of this Tender is to procure a framework of Suppliers to provide specialist technical temporary resources in the fields of highways engineering, property services including building surveyors, climate change and energy including ecologists and environmental engineers, waste management, landscaping and heritage, lighting engineers, planning and transportation, CAD technicians, public relations consultants for engineering communications and marketing and the like. These resources will be delivered over two separate Lots on the framework which will utilise specialist providers (Lot1) and staff agencies (Lot2). The resources ordered through either Lot of the Gen3TRF will work alongside directly employed Council Officers and other suppliers and consultants employed by the Council. Hampshire County Council intends to appoint a maximum of 30 suppliers to Lot 1 and a maximum of 10 suppliers to Lot 2. The Framework will commence on 1.4.2016 and will be for a period of 48 months. Interested parties should register their interest in the project via the In-Tend website https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire, and complete and submit the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire together with any supporting information requested by 14:00 on 27.7.2015. How to obtain the PQQ/Tender Documents The Pre-Qualification Questionnaire can be accessed when logged into In-Tend by selecting ‘View Details’ on the relevant tender advert and clicking the ‘Express Interest’ tab. Once in the tender there are five tabs – ‘Tender’, PQQ — documents", ‘Correspondence’, ‘Clarifications’ & ‘History’. Select the 2nd tab (PQQ) where you will find useful information under ‘Tender Details’ continue to scroll down to the heading ‘Tender Documents Received’ where you will be able to view / download the documents. Further Guidance In addition, guidance on how to participate in a tender — download & upload documents / returns and if required, register your company (free of charge), can be found on the In-Tend site under the ‘Help’ or ‘Information for Suppliers’ buttons. It is intended to issue successful applicants with final tender documents in early September. The deadline for submission of tender responses will be mid October. Receiving Notification Emails To ensure you receive email alerts and notifications from our system, please add the email domain '@in-tend.co.uk' to your Safe Senders list.
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