Build and Environment is a self-service solution for individuals and businesses who have to apply for building and / or environmental permits. It is part of the Joint Municipal Digitalization Strategy, through digitization to ensure that municipalities can achieve significantly improved service for citizens and businesses. KOMBIT has decided to send Build and Environment solution in New tender in the fourth quarter of 2016. It is KOMBITs assessment that legislative measures - and developments in the general area - leading to a need for expansion of the solution to such an extent that a New tender needed. Furthermore, at a New tender opportunity to collect the solution's three areas under one contract, which would facilitate the necessary optimization and further development of Building and Environmental future. All the country's municipalities are currently connected to the structural component, while 89 municipalities are members of the citizen-oriented environmental. In an agreement between KL, KOMBIT and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it was in 2015? decided to integrate MST's environmental approvals for companies ( "Environment Enlargement") of the existing Build and Environment solution. Environmental expansion was put into operation on 1 January 2016. As the upcoming legislative changes in environmental legislation will require major or minor modifications of Environmental expansion member in Building and Environment, initiated the re-tender to ensure the supply legal situation as upcoming major further development in Build and Environment (initiated by KL / or MST) can be implemented.
In order to be able to initiate a significant expansion of accommodation capacity in the Danish coastal and na-turturisme desired feasibilityanalyse that can make a hedge economic and reguleringsmæs-saying relationship, identify market potential, develop profitable business models and develop a model to test the outlined the business models.
Kombit has decided to send Build and Environment solution in New tender because legislative action - and developments in the general area - leading to a need for expansion of the solution.
Københavns belysningsvæsen regularly conducts purification of rainwater basins and channels of sediment (wet soil) københavns belysningsvæsen want predisposed to the external environment approved reception facilities. In the coming years it is expected to conduct purification of approximately 10 to 15,000 tons of sediment per year.
This call is for Region Sealand purchase of a central apparatus registration system for the registration, daily management, and rekvirentsystem (Helpdesk) and manage service contracts in conjunction with the medico-technical equipment. Documents containing requirements specification, advertising conditions of the apparatus registration system, Region Zealand IT environment and offer list, see. CTM is contained in this announcement.
The offering is a Restricted procedure with subsequent dynamic purchasing system in accordance with the Act no. 1564 of 15.12.2015 Contract Law. Tenderers that meet the requirements of this contract, will be recorded in Vestforbrænding dynamic purchasing system and qualify so to subsequently be able to bid on the lots, which Vestforbrænding provider in the procurement system. The individual lots will be offered at mini-tender to the tenderers who have been admitted to the dynamic purchasing system. Selling choose whether they will offer a limited tender or not. Dynamic Purchasing System relates to the collection / transport of waste from a number of schemes. The demand for such services comes with the following types of collection and transport equipment: - Komprimatorbiler - Ophalercontainere - Walking floor trailers - Curtain trailers - tipper trailers In some cases Vestforbrænding be the owner of the equipment to be transported and emptied, while in other cases the supplier, which will supply the equipment as part of the service.
The offering is a public offering under. Utilities Directive Article 45.
The UNDP operates in over 160 countries globally including additional remote missions in support of national projects. Each UNDP regional and project office is reliant of main power supply from the national energy supplier. These are usually coal fired power stations with little or no alternative power supply mix. The implication is that the total global carbon footprint of the UNDP is increased significantly. The quality and reliability of the main utility power is in most cases questionable, which further impact operations. In our efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of the organisation, the UNDP rolled out a programme of photovoltaic (PV) plants in the majority of its operational centres with the additional aim of reducing dependence on the main energy utility. The provided alternative energy solutions are in some cases effective, but in other cases are shown to be unable to substantially reduce the regional office’s reliance on utility power supply. The root cause analysis has shown the energy storage solutions provided are unable to meet the energy demand of the intended application. The maintenance and replacement costs of the current implemented cell technology prevent frequent system cycles and overall system scalability.In addition to the above mentioned UNDP in collaboration with various stakeholders is implementing several renewable energy projects globally, of which the majority are based on solar. As UNDP is present in many developing countries the environments in which PV systems are deployed vary with regards to climate, security and general support infrastructure.The user needs vary from the ability to reduce the total power consumption from the main utility during peak times, to providing alternative and backup power supply during mains utility failures. In some cases, the excess power generated from the ESS should be able to be fed back to the grid (or other users) through a smart switching capability.The requirement is for flexible and scalable energy storage systems that should suit various applications from domestic use to light industrial and full commercial usage. The input conditions (i.e. PV and utility input) and power usage trends of each of the potential users is currently unknown, but shall be defined on a case by case basis during secondary bidding.