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Oct 14, 2022

Bidding for Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency Tenders & Frameworks

We have developed this article as a result of an increasing demand from our clients on how to successfully work within the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme and how to be awarded these funds.

In 2019 our Government committed to reducing all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme provides grants/ funding for public sector bodies to fund heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency measures. The aim is to reduce emission in public building by 75% 2037.

Progress so far

Phase 1 - £1 billion in grants between 2021 and 2022. Phase 2 of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme was launched in April 2021 and Phase 3 of the scheme was launched in October 2021 and will provide funding over to 2024/25.

Full scheme details can be found here. This is also a great way to see successful projects from both Phase 1, Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the scheme, which can help you plan.

Creating Tender Opportunities across the Supply Chain

The core scheme is for the public sector to bid for, such as Social Housing Providers and the NHS. However, once they receive those funds this then creates many tenders from these bodies who then need to procure the relevant goods, works and services via tenders.

At Thornton & Lowe we help both the public sector bid for the Decarbonisation Scheme, plus then working with our core SME clients who then need our bid writing support for their specific category once the successful public sector bidder advertises their contract.

Using our software, Tender Pipeline, you can also quickly monitor who are winning these decarbonisation and retrofit tenders. You can see how broad the tender opportunities are covering Housing, NHS and Education:

To support the growth of this sector and to meet the targets set by the Government many frameworks have been published to allow public sector buyers to quickly and compliantly source relevant suppliers for:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Decarbonisation
  • Retrofit
  • Demand management and renewables.

Some of the key frameworks for decarbonisation, energy efficiency and retrofit opportunities are included in our list below. However, searching for these keywords in our software will provide a more comprehensive list, which you can do here, or using the CPV (common procurement vocabulary) terms such as:

Decarbonisation Key Frameworks

Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund

Competitions for Wave 2.1 now underway (at time of writing). This is funding to improve the energy performance of social homes in England. Phase 2 is limited to 100 eligible social housing properties depending on the EPC b and the fund requires 50% match funding.

With regards to the bid and what is required when it comes to the required bid writing capacity in order to submit – 35% of the total marks are on Strategic Fit, 35% on Delivery Assurance and 30% on Value for Money. Responses are likely to be in the range of 25,000 words to cover all quality tender questions, plus then supporting documents and evidence.

Crown Commercial Services – Upcoming Demand Management and Renewables (DMR) agreement

This new framework is currently in development and will replace the current Heat Network and Electricity Generation Assets (HELGA) DPS Agreement. It is being designed to help the public sector access what they require to hit their targets. This ranges from Solar PV, Battery Storage, Heat Pumps, Heat Networks and CNZ Consultancy.

The plan is for this to be available from November 2022. However, as a framework and DPS it should be open to new bidders on a regular or continual basis.

Fusion21 Decarbonisation Framework

This framework runs till 2026 and allows for direct award, as well as mini competitions. It is aimed to help their public sector members hit their net zero targets.

EN Procure - DPS for Energy Efficiency Consultants

This framework is for the Design and Consultancy Service Specialising in Green Retrofit and Decarbonisation Strategies and Expertise. This is a DPS agreement and designed to meet PAS 2035: 2019, covering the following 5 lots:

  • Retrofit Strategy Advisor Services
  • Retrofit Assessor/Retrofit Evaluator Services
  • Retrofit Coordinator Services
  • Retrofit Designer Services
  • Thermographic Surveys

Procurement for Housing (PFH) - Asset Decarbonisation & Retrofit Solutions DPS

This DPS delivers Asset Decarbonisation and Retrofit Solutions, enabling the procurement of net zero goods, works and services for PfH Members throughout the UK.

This dynamic purchasing system covers:

  • PAS Services
  • Net Zero Technical Consultancy
  • Primary Measures – Fabric First
  • Secondary Measures – Net Zero Technologies Installation & Maintenance
  • Whole House Retrofit
  • District Infrastructure and Systems Installation & Maintenance
  • Net Zero Materials Supply
  • Net Zero Technology Solutions
  • Retrofit Training Academy

Scottish Government Public Sector Decarbonisation

Scotland is also focusing on decarbonising public sector estates. In 2021, they published a Heat in buildings strategy, committing £1.8 billion for energy efficiency and zero carbon heating, which lead to the formation of the Scottish Green Public Sector Estate Decarbonisation scheme.

The scheme has the following in place for public sector bodies:

  1. The Scottish Public Sector Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme
  2. The Scottish Public Sector Non-Domestic Energy Efficiency (NDEE) Frameworks and Project Support Unit (PSU):
    guidance for NDEE framework projects over £1 million
    guidance for NDEE framework projects sub £1 million
    guidance for NDEE framework PSU
  3. The Scottish Central Government Energy Efficiency Grant scheme

Welsh Procurement Alliance - Decarbonisation & Energy Efficiency (N8) Framework

The Welsh Procurement Alliance has developed the Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency framework (N8), which enables allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to work with specialist suppliers for the installation of energy efficiency. This is broken into lots covering different sized housing schemes, schools and colleges and other public sector buildings.

This framework covers:

  • External wall insulation
  • Cavity wall insulation
  • Internal wall insulation
  • Insulation materials (Loft)
  • Biomass boilers
  • Solar PV with battery storage
  • Air to water heat pumps
  • District heating interface units
  • Traditional boilers
  • Rainscreen and cladding
  • Combined heat & power (CHP) or combined cooling & heat & power (CCHP)
  • Gas absorption heat pumps
  • Boiler optimisation technologies
  • Lighting controls
  • EV charging infrastructure
  • Solar thermal systems
  • Building energy management systems
  • Floor insulation
  • Ground source heat pumps
  • Commercial boilers
  • Electric heaters

Bid Writing for Decarbonisation, Energy Efficiency and Retrofit Tenders in the UK

Thornton & Lowe can help you source and respond to these critical opportunities. We have been providing bid writing consultancy services since 2009 to our range of public sector, SME and blue chip clients.

For further information or a quote please contact us now using the form below! For more information see our content on Energy Tenders

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Tender Value Published Deadline
Provision of Maintenance Support Services for the Nottingham University Hospitals Trust Building Management Systems
UK Nottingham Nottingham City Campus, Hucknall Road

The Client recently received significant funding via the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) to upgrade its Building Management Systems (BMS) at its property.<br/><br/>This project is currently ongoing and is estimated to be completed sometime during the 2nd half of 2024.<br/><br/>In addition, it has recently decided to create an in-house BMS team of two engineers and one engineering manager.<br/><br/>The Client therefore requires a Contractor to provide reliable support whilst the in-house team gets up to speed. In addition, there will be a significant requirement to carry out work that the in-house team does not have the capacity to carry out on an ongoing basis.<br/><br/>The existing BMS is composed of both Trend and Schneider systems. As a result the Client requires a Contractor to be approved to work on and experienced in working on both systems.<br/><br/>Any values or quantities quoted in these documents are given in good faith as a representation of past purchasing and current planning to assist you in submitting your offer. Therefore, should not be construed as an undertaking on behalf of the Client to infer, promise or guarantee the levels of work to be made available via the contract. The nature of the work, particularly unplanned reactive work, may result in expenditure exceeding the values quoted in the contract notice and the associated procurement documents. Therefore, the actual values may increase or decrease over the life of the contract dependant on grants, budgets, circumstances and requirements.

Value: 600000
Published: 2024-02-28
Deadline: 2024-04-12
600000 2024-02-28 2024-04-12
ED0289-24 Carbon Action Programme – Decarbonisation Support
UK Honiton East Devon District Council

East Devon District Council (EDDC) is commissioning a provider to deliver a programme of decarbonisation training and support for businesses and community organisations until March 2025. Support will be delivered which includes on-site carbon surveys, tailor-made carbon action plans, one-to-one support coordination, in-person and online workshops for businesses and community organisations in East Devon.An indicative sum of £207,000 has been allocated to this provision which includes support development costs and those associated with marketing to ensure sufficient support take up. £107,000 has been allocated for businesses and £100,000 has been allocated for community organisations.This programme is funded until March 2025 and so it is important that the Supplier appointed to this programme is able to mobilise quickly to ensure that support commences soon so there is as much time as possible to achieve the necessary outputs.

Value:
Published: 2024-02-09
Deadline: 2024-03-11
2024-02-09 2024-03-11
Fabric Decarbonisation Improvement Works Framework Agreement
UK Neath Tai Tarian Ltd

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=137961. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. The Contractor shall ensure that all contracts with Subcontractors and Suppliers which the Contractor intends to procure following the Award date, and which the Contractor has not, before the date of this Contract, already planned to award to a particular Subcontractor or Supplier, are advertised through the Sell2Wales portal (www.sell2wales.gov.wales) and awarded following a fair, open, transparent and competitive process proportionate to the nature and value of the contract. Under the terms of this contract the successful supplier(s) will be required to deliver Community Benefits in support of the authority’s economic and social objectives. Accordingly, contract performance conditions may relate in particular to social and environmental considerations. The Community Benefits included in this contract are: It’s Tai Tarian’s intention that the delivery of the Framework Agreement assists in the achievement of their commitment towards community benefits as outlined in Tai Tarian’s Community Benefits Policy. Therefore, as a minimum requirement, Tenderers will have to agree that community benefits will become part of the Framework Agreement, if a Tenderer does not agree to this, then the Tenderer will be rejected. It is a contract condition that the Provider delivers community benefits as part of this Framework Agreement. There are a variety of community benefit obligations outlined in the Framework Agreement and the Provider must agree to deliver one or more. Tenderers must not outline the community benefit’s they are currently delivering for existing Clients. Tenderers must outline what they propose to offer for Tai Tarian if awarded the Framework Agreement. Delivery of community benefits through all spend is aligned with the Well-being of Future Generations Act Wales and delivers against its goals. All community benefit activities must take place within the Neath Port Talbot County Borough. (WA Ref:137961) The buyer considers that this contract is suitable for consortia.

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Published: 2024-01-12
Deadline:
2024-01-12
Fabric Decarbonisation Improvement Works Framework Agreement
UK Neath Tai Tarian Ltd

Tai Tarian is seeking to appoint contractors (Providers) to a Framework Agreement for Fabric Decarbonisation Improvement Works to support Tai Tarian in the delivery of its capital investment and optimised retrofit programmes.The scope of this Framework Agreement comprises of fabric decarbonisation improvement works such as external wall insulation, installation of environmental building energy monitoring systems, internal wall insulation, loft insulation and re-roofing works.

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Published: 2024-01-12
Deadline: 2024-02-19
2024-01-12 2024-02-19
EEM0056 Property Improvements and Decarbonisation Works Framework
UK Alfreton EFFICIENCY EAST MIDLANDS LIMITED

Value:
Published: 2024-01-11
Deadline:
2024-01-11
Decarbonisation Project - Complete Transition of Heating Systems
UK Wakefeld Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

This project entails the complete transition of all heating systems at Ashton Centre, Cullingworth House and Woodkirk from fossil fuel to electric, through the use of air source heat pumps (ASHP). This project also includes the installation of solar panels to aid in the additional electrical requirements of the heat pump solution. <br/>The project has received government funding for design and construction of the low carbon system through the PSDS funding stream.

Value: 1000000
Published: 2024-01-07
Deadline: 2024-02-02
1000000 2024-01-07 2024-02-02
B886 Shared Prosperity Energy Efficiency Advice and Guidance
UK Bridgend Bridgend County Borough Council

Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC) wishes to appoint an organisation to provide energy efficiency advice and guidance to businesses and residents within Bridgend County Borough, contributing to the delivery of its Local Investment Plan (LIP).We are seeking innovative proposals that will contribute to the Communities and Place and Supporting Local Business investment priorities of the LIP; supporting local residents to create resilient, safe and healthy neighbourhoods, and SMEs to embrace new-to-firm innovation, adopt productivity-enhancing, energy efficient and low carbon technologies and techniques.Challenges this appointment seeks to address include:Local resilience planning: Support for local communities to undertake local resilience planning, focusing on Health, Climate and Economy.Decarbonisation of the economy: The need for individual, business and community action to live more sustainably has been identified in community engagement work, and detailed in the Net Zero Carbon Strategy, Wellbeing Assessment and Economic Strategy. Businesses are facing significant challenges due to climate change, and the imperative to move to a low-carbon economy.This project is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF). The project will collaborate with teams delivering against the other UKSPF Investment Priorities of Supporting Local Business, Community and Place and People & Skills, as there are many areas which complement each other and where there is great scope for additionality. The project must contribute to the following interventions of the UKSPF:W13: Community measures to reduce the cost of living, including through measures to improve energy efficiency, and combat fuel poverty and climate change.W29: Supporting decarbonisation whilst growing local economy. Taking a whole systems approach to invest in infrastructure to deliver effective decarbonisation across energy, buildings and transport and beyond, in line with our legally binding climate target. Maximising existing or emerging local strengths in low carbon technologies, goods and services to take advantage of the growing global opportunity.

Value: 250000
Published: 2023-12-27
Deadline: 2024-01-29
250000 2023-12-27 2024-01-29
Industrial Decarbonisation Market Mechanisms Regulatory Support 24-28
UK London ENVIRONMENT AGENCY (Defra Network eTendering Portal)

We are hosting a supplier engagement session on Wednesday 24th Jan 2024 at 10:00. This will be held virtually so please email pippa.hicks@defra.gov.uk to register your interest and receive the invite to the session. This will provide further insight into the contract and allow any questions to be answered. All QA will be recorded and made available with the tender documents to ensure fair opportunities if any suppliers are unable to attend.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-20
Deadline:
2023-12-20
WME 009 - A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector
UK Shrewsbury West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County C

The organisation is operated under the authority of a Joint Committee formed under the Local Government Act 1972, the Member Authorities being Shropshire Council, Herefordshire Council, Worcestershire County Council and Telford & Wrekin Council. A Joint Agreement between those Member Authorities determines the governance arrangements. The Joint Committee is the elected Member body responsible for the discharge of the functions of the Member Authorities.The objectives of the West Mercia Energy Joint Committee (WME) is to maintain effective, efficient and economic arrangements for the purchase and supply of energy at the request of and to the satisfaction of the Member Authorities and to other public bodies, non-profit making and charitable organisations, education providers, including Academies, and private sector organisations delivering public services on behalf of public bodies and such other organisations which may be approved by the Joint Committee (including approval via the Annual Business Plan) where it is permitted by law and is to benefit of Member Authorities to do so.In accordance with the above stated aims and objectives, WME are seeking to award A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified:https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-council https://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/?SelectedTab=Establishments&SearchType=Location http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/about/Pages/member-institutions.aspx https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations https://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/?SelectedTab=Establishments This opportunity was the subject of an earlier tender, but no award was made. This refers to Contract Notice: 2023/S 000-026237, and Contract Award Notice: 2023/S 000-035688.

Value: 1000000
Published: 2023-12-13
Deadline: 2024-01-19
1000000 2023-12-13 2024-01-19
WME 009 - A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector
UK Shrewsbury West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford & Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council)

The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement. For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at:

Value:
Published: 2023-12-11
Deadline:
2023-12-11
EEM0056 Property Improvements and Decarbonisation Works Framework
UK Alfreton EFFICIENCY EAST MIDLANDS LIMITED

The call-off contract's to be awarded pursuant to the Framework Agreements to be entered at conclusion of the procurement exercise begun by publication of the Contract Notice may extend for a duration of up to five years beyond expiry of the four-year term of the Framework Agreements for standard Property Improvement and Decarbonisation projects and for complex Property Improvement and Decarbonisation projects may extend for a duration of up to ten years beyond expiry of the four-year term of the Framework. Complex projects may include but not be limited to: • Contracts requiring a longer mobilisation period. • Contracts requiring up front investment. • Contracts subject to additional upfront funding application requirements or • Contracts involving complex building structures or works including where permitted working times may be required. • Contracts where on completion of the initial works ongoing monitoring or maintenance might be required. • Contracts involving new technologies and where there is an element of some data transfer and monitoring to check on the performance, particularly for energy efficiency measures. Please note that the total potential framework value stated within this notice is in relation to the full 4-year framework and takes into consideration the lot structure, length of call off contracts and that the EEM membership may grow over the framework lifetime. Where the contract notice states a maximum of suppliers to be appointed to the Framework. EEM reserves the right to appoint less than the numbers stated. This framework is being procured by Efficiency East Midlands Ltd (EEM) on behalf of their members and the other organisations described below as being authorised users. The following contracting authorities will be entitled to agree and award contracts under this framework agreement as Authorised Users: 1) any Member of EEM which for the avoidance of doubt currently includes 3 partner consortia - West Works (https://www.westworks.org.uk) Advantage South West(https://www.advantagesouthwest.co.uk and South East Consortium (https://www.southeastconsortium.org.uk A full list of current members is available at www.eem.org.uk 2) any future member of EEM or our partner consortia and in all cases being an organisation which has applied to join EEM or our partner consortia in accordance with the applicable constitutional documents; 3) An EEM participant being an organisation which is neither a current or EEM member (as defined at 1 above) nor a future member of EEM (as defined at 2 above). Further details regarding the authorised users of this framework can be found in the ITT documents. For further in further information please visit https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ and complete the standard questionnaire and to view the tender documents via Tenderbox access code GQ7Z47A6AS.

Value:
Published: 2023-12-05
Deadline:
2023-12-05
WME 009 - A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector
UK Shrewsbury West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford & Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council)

To view this notice, please click here:

Value:
Published: 2023-12-04
Deadline:
2023-12-04
The Evaluation of Market Ready agricultural Technology Options (TEMaRTO)
UK London Defra Network eTendering Portal

The Delivering Clean Growth through Sustainable Intensification (CGSI) project has been critical in developing a rigorous, evidence-based decarbonisation pathway for agriculture that demonstrates compliance with the 5th and 6th carbon budget (CB) periods. This work directly informed development of the Carbon Budget Delivery Plan (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, 2023) and planning for Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) standards.<br/><br/>In preparation for the legal establishment of CB7 (2038 to 2042) it is time to refresh and update the evidence of the CGSI. We propose that this refresh looks to build on the successes of CGSI by filling evidence gaps around currently unquantified or exploratory measures in the CBDP, identify new mitigation technologies and innovations, refresh the trajectory in preparation for CB7, and explore potential for a long-term service agreement to test and implement evidence-based policy decisions. In advance, the successful contractor will receive a list of the unquantified/exploratory measures (also found in the published Net Zero growth plan), but also encouraged to explore other alternative emerging solutions. The refresh should adopt and enforce Maximum Technical Potential (MTP), ensuring the MTPs given for each measure are robust and credible. (MTP represents the maximum carbon savings that would be possible if we ignore limitations of cost, logistics and other non-market barriers). In reality the effective potential will be significantly lower or take longer than 30 years to deliver (i.e., not necessarily contributing to the 2050 target).

Value: 1
Published: 2023-11-30
Deadline: 2024-01-12
1 2023-11-30 2024-01-12
Pre-Market Engagement – Fabric Decarbonisation Improvement Programme
UK Neath Tai Tarian Ltd

NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=136583. (WA Ref:136583)

Value:
Published: 2023-11-17
Deadline:
2023-11-17
DoF - Collaborative Arrangement – Provision of Unmetered Electricity 2024-2026 (ID 4668771)
UK BELFAST Department of Finance

This contract will be for the supply of 100 per cent green Unmetered Electricity for a maximum term of two years. The anticipated commencement date shall be 1st April 2024. The Contract will be utilised by the following clients: • Department for Infrastructure (DfI); • NI Water (NIW); • The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI); • Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE); and • Translink Each Client will be wholly responsible for the performance of its obligations under the contract. As CPD and its Clients are committed to the Central Government Energy Management Strategy and Action Plan to 2030 Contractors must provide 100 per cent green electricity. This commits all Central Government bodies to reduce costs and consumption consistent with draft Programme for Government (PFG) indicators on greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing security of supply. This is delivered through a target to reduce net energy consumption by 30 per cent by 2030 and to spend no more on energy in 2030 as we do today. In addition Department for Economy (DfE) has published an issues paper considering how best to advance proposals for an energy strategy that will enable new and challenging decarbonisation targets to be met. Not least among these is the UK Government legal requirement to achieve “net zero carbon” by 2050. Further details on this initiative can be found at https://www.economy-ni.gov.uk/energy-strategy-call-for-evidence and https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-becomes-first-major-economy-to-pass-net-zero-emissions-law DfI has embarked on a street lighting LED retrofit programme to replace existing sodium street lighting units with LED ones resulting in reduced consumption as the year progresses. Consequently, the retrofit projects will have an impact on this contract as they will have a direct effect on the consumption of unmetered electricity. The rates submitted must be honoured for the duration of the contract despite the likelihood of a reduction in the annual usage, the supplier should take this into consideration when submitting their response.

Value: 31500000
Published: 2023-11-15
Deadline: 2023-12-14
31500000 2023-11-15 2023-12-14
UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Supporting Businesses (Decarbonisation)
UK Northampton West Northamptonshire Council

The scope of these services to be defined by the applicant but examples might include, provision of business diagnostic services, carbon audits, peer networks, workshops and 1:1 coaching and mentoring services. To support the provision of grants to beneficiary businesses to a maximum value of £20,000 per applicant.This opportunity is funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF). The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government's Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-shared-prosperity-fund-prospectus

Value: 300000
Published: 2023-11-10
Deadline: 2023-12-08
300000 2023-11-10 2023-12-08
SBRI COMPETITION - Circular Economy in the Welsh Public Sector - Designing Out Waste & Retaining Value
UK Wrexham NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership-Procurement Services (hosted by Velindre University NHS Trust)

To lead the way on climate action in Wales, Welsh Government set the ambition for the public sector in Wales to be net zero by 2030. Delivering services which touch upon so many areas of our life, the public sector has an important role to play in achieving widespread decarbonisation targets. However, this will not be possible without the adoption of circular economy practices. It is critical that the public sector in Wales works with the supply chain to identify cost effective innovative solutions to reduce emissions and enable long term value creation.Moving to a circular economy is key to the delivery of environmental outcomes. Crucially it also has the potential to improve economic and social outcomes in Wales support value-based healthcare and socially responsible procurement. Aligning with Welsh Government’s commitment to reduce our dependency on single-use plastics as quickly as possible, this challenge seeks to deliver sustainable innovations that will address the use of single-use products in the public sector, supporting increased resilience in Welsh supply chains and encouraging green growth and population wellbeing across Wales. Successful applicants, and their public sector partner, will be expected to deliver demonstration and/or scale and spread innovative projects which can evidence the potential benefits, cost effectiveness and sustainability of their solutions.

Value:
Published: 2023-11-03
Deadline: 2023-12-01
2023-11-03 2023-12-01
SOL - Hard Facilities Management 2024
UK Solihull Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council

Comprehensive Hard Facilities Management (Hard FM) services for both corporate and domestic properties.Hard FM providers are required to cover a wide range of facilities management requirements, tailored to meet the diverse needs of SMBC's corporate and domestic properties:Corporate Properties:Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance: Reliable upkeep of electrical and mechanical systems to support SMBC business operations.Building Fabric and Structure Maintenance: Maintain the structural integrity of our facilities.HVAC Systems: Maintenance of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for a comfortable workplace.Energy Management: Decarbonisation and retrofit works.Fire Safety Systems: Comprehensive fire safety management to protect your corporate assets.Domestic Properties:Including but not limited toHome Maintenance: Ensure the safety and comfort of residents with your home maintenance services.Plumbing and Water Management: Effective management of plumbing systems and water conservation.

Value: 300000000
Published: 2023-11-02
Deadline: 2023-12-04
300000000 2023-11-02 2023-12-04
Decarbonising the Supply Chain: Inbound Tour Operator (North America)
UK Edinburgh VisitScotland

VisitScotland, supported by its appointed Sustainable Tourism Specialist, is seeking to work with an Inbound Tour Operator (North America) to develop product, assist in programme development, marketing & promotional activity with shared learnings, to support decarbonisation of the supply chain in Scotland.

Value:
Published: 2023-10-21
Deadline: 2023-11-20
2023-10-21 2023-11-20
Decarbonising the Supply Chain: Inbound Tour Operator (North America)
UK Edinburgh VisitScotland

VisitScotland, supported by its appointed Sustainable Tourism Specialist, is seeking to work with an Inbound Tour Operator (North America) to develop product, assist in programme development, marketing & promotional activity with shared learnings, to support decarbonisation of the supply chain in Scotland.

Value:
Published: 2023-10-19
Deadline: 2023-11-20
2023-10-19 2023-11-20
Orbit Group Decarbonisation Retrofit Works
UK Stratford Upon Avon Orbit Group Limited

Orbit Group is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Principal Contractor who can undertake decarbonisation retrofit works in line with the requirements of PAS 2035.The initial project is made up of circa 410 properties over 2 years of which 160 will be funded by SHDF wave 2.1 funding. Orbit will continue to explore other areas of funding for the remaining properties. This project is expected to start in March 2024 and complete by no later than September 2025. The projected combined value of the contract for the initial two years of the contract is circa £16 million.Although the initial intention is to deliver the works in Orbits Wave SHDF 2.1 bid, there will be further works which may be funded by ECO 4 or fully funded by Orbit. The intention is to enter into a long-term partnering agreement with a contractor to undertake decarbonisation retrofit works across Orbit’s geographical coverage. It is our intention to put in place 24 Months initial contract with the option to extend for 2 x 24 months subject to programme and available budget.Please see the tender documentation for further details.

Value: 48000000
Published: 2023-10-14
Deadline: 2023-11-23
48000000 2023-10-14 2023-11-23
Orbit Group Decarbonisation Retrofit Works
UK Stratford Upon Avon Orbit Group Limited

Value:
Published: 2023-10-12
Deadline:
2023-10-12
Electrical Integrator and Cable Management System for Shoreside Power - Portsmouth International Port
UK PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth City Council

BACKGROUNDPortsmouth International Port has been awarded £19.8m from the Zero Emissions Vessels and Infrastructure competition (ZEVI), funded by the UK Government and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK.The grant will allow the port to embark on a ground breaking decarbonisation project to build and operate a new shore power system serving the 3 largest and busiest berths at PIP, meeting the operational needs of the port and ensuring seamless compatibility with different ship types by March 2025. SSEN have been secured to provide 15MVA to the port boundary. The shoreside power project construction will be managed via a Civils Contractor (to be appointed) following the completion of a detailed design. The civils contractor will be responsible for the construction phase of the project including coordinating with the awarded contractor on the installation of electrical components.WARRANTY OF EQUIPMENTWarranty of equipment - The initial term will be required for 3 years with possibility of extending the term by a further 2 years to a maximum of 5 years in increments to be agreed.

Value: 14150000
Published: 2023-10-11
Deadline: 2023-11-14
14150000 2023-10-11 2023-11-14
T1010 - Decarbonisation Consultant
UK Colchester University of Essex

The University requires a plan setting out the enhancements required to its built environment, to realise its aspirations and to formalise its journey to net zero scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions by 2035. The University also wishes to gain clarity what capital will be required to achieve net zero scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions by 2035 and as the estates heating is decarbonised, how the energy mix will alter.The requirements are split across three parts as follows:• Part 1 - Detailed scoping of buildings across three campuses.• Part 2 - Carbon management/decarbonisation plan.• Part 3 - Energy mix exercise as heating is decarbonised.

Value: 500000
Published: 2023-10-10
Deadline: 2023-11-15
500000 2023-10-10 2023-11-15
South Norfolk Council PSDS Diss Leisure Centre Fabric and Solar PV
UK Norwich South Norfolk District Council

The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme funding is specifically targeted at upgrading end-of-life fossil fuel heating systems to low carbon alternatives for example heat pumps. The fund also supports the delivery of ancillary works such as insulation and solar panels which drive further efficiencies. In October 2022 an application was made by the council to deliver a range of upgrades at three council owned sites. This ITT is for the fabric upgrades and the installation of solar PV at Diss Leisure Centre.

Value: 455000
Published: 2023-09-27
Deadline: 2023-10-16
455000 2023-09-27 2023-10-16
National Framework for Decarbonisation Solutions - Health Sector
UK London Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

For the provision of Decarbonisation works packages up to £1,000,000. Contractors to provide a complete business solution for the Client Organisation. Accreditations maybe required from the Client Organisation within the Further Competition requirement, for example PAS2038 for commercial buildings, but not limited to this. For larger scale projects, it will be expected that the Contractor would need to engage with a Consultant on the Professional Services Framework Agreement. Contractors will be able to bring in supply chain partners to help deliver the requirements for Client Organisation and act as a single point of contact for the Client Organisation. The full project requirements and scope would be agreed through the Direct Award or Further Competition Process.

Value: 1560000000
Published: 2023-09-26
Deadline: 2023-10-23
1560000000 2023-09-26 2023-10-23
Prior Information Notice (PIN) – Decarbonisation Retrofit Works
UK Coventry Orbit Group Limited

Value:
Published: 2023-09-26
Deadline:
2023-09-26
National Framework for Decarbonisation Solutions
UK Kingston upon Hull Kingston upon Hull City Council

For the provision of Decarbonisation works packages, up to £1,000,000. Contractors to provide a complete business solution for the Client Organisation. Accreditations maybe required from the Client Organisation within the Further Competition requirement, for example PAS2038 for commercial buildings, but not limited to this. For larger scale projects, it will be expected that the Contractor would need to engage with a Consultant on the Professional Services Framework Agreement. Contractors will be able to bring in supply chain partners to help deliver the requirements for Client Organisation and act as a single point of contact for the Client Organisation. The full project requirements and scope would be agreed through the Direct Award or Further Competition Process.

Value: 1560000000
Published: 2023-09-26
Deadline: 2023-10-23
1560000000 2023-09-26 2023-10-23
Feasibility Studies - Net Zero Accelerator Programme
UK London LocatED Property Ltd

LocatED Property Limited (LocatED) is inviting suppliers to bid to undertake a feasibility study to explore the ‘proof of concept’ for the Net Zero Accelerator (NZA). The NZA will facilitate the rapid rollout of decarbonisation initiatives across the education estate.The purpose of this ITT is to enable LocatED to appoint up to five suppliers to undertake feasibility studies on a small batch of schools (approximately 10 schools per supplier). The ITT questionnaire will support the shortlisting and selection of up to five delivery partners based upon Selection & Award questions, alongside price.

Value: 250000
Published: 2023-09-15
Deadline: 2023-09-29
250000 2023-09-15 2023-09-29
WME 009 - A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector
UK Shrewsbury West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County C

The organisation is operated under the authority of a Joint Committee formed under the Local Government Act 1972, the Member Authorities being Shropshire Council, Herefordshire Council, Worcestershire County Council and Telford & Wrekin Council. A Joint Agreement between those Member Authorities determines the governance arrangements. The Joint Committee is the elected Member body responsible for the discharge of the functions of the Member Authorities.The objectives of the West Mercia Energy Joint Committee (WME) is to maintain effective, efficient and economic arrangements for the purchase and supply of energy at the request of and to the satisfaction of the Member Authorities and to other public bodies, non-profit making and charitable organisations, education providers, including Academies, and private sector organisations delivering public services on behalf of public bodies and such other organisations which may be approved by the Joint Committee (including approval via the Annual Business Plan) where it is permitted by law and is to benefit of Member Authorities to do so.In accordance with the above stated aims and objectives, WME are seeking to award A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector to the customers of West Mercia Energy in its constituent authorities' areas of Shropshire, Herefordshire, Telford & Wrekin, and Worcestershire, together with other customers of West Mercia Energy (current and potential), in general as further identified at the following websites but also to include any organisation within the description in the paragraph above not so identified:https://www.gov.uk/find-your-local-councilhttps://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/?SelectedTab=Establishments&SearchType=Location http://www.schoolswebdirectory.co.uk/index.php http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/about/Pages/member-institutions.aspx https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations https://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/?SelectedTab=Establishments

Value: 1000000
Published: 2023-09-06
Deadline: 2023-10-06
1000000 2023-09-06 2023-10-06
Cambridge City Council - Cambridge City Centre – Heat Network Consultant
UK Cambridge Cambridge City Council

The Cambridge City-Centre Heat Network is a partnership project between Cambridge City Council and the University of Cambridge. The project aims to develop a zero carbon renewable district heat network within the historic city centre of Cambridge and provide a solution to the decarbonisation of city centre buildings, including some of those owned by Cambridge City Council and the University of Cambridge, such as the Guildhall, the Corn Exchange, the University’s New Museums Site and various College buildings.Due to limited internal expertise and capacity, The Council and University require an experienced Programme Management team with programme management, data gathering and stakeholder engagement skills, and a technical background in heat networks, to programme manage and lead the development and delivery of the Detailed Project Development (DPD) stage of the Cambridge City Centre Heat Network. This support is required from November 2023, with a view to DPD beginning in April 2024, and concluding in April 2025. Please note, the award of this contract is subject to a successful bid by the Council and the University to the HNDU for funding in Autumn 2023.

Value: 800000
Published: 2023-09-05
Deadline: 2023-10-05
800000 2023-09-05 2023-10-05
WME 009 - A Framework Agreement for the Provision of a Decarbonisation Services Partner for the Education Sector
UK Shrewsbury West Mercia Energy (A Local Authority Joint Committee of Shropshire Council, Worcestershire County Council, Telford & Wrekin Council and Herefordshire Council)

For more information about this opportunity, please visit the Delta eSourcing portal at:

Value:
Published: 2023-09-05
Deadline:
2023-09-05
Provision of Public Sector Decarbonisation Programme of Properties which requires the installation of ground source heat pumps and solar PV at Kestrel House for South Norfolk District Council
UK Norwich South Norfolk District Council

The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme funding is specifically targeted at upgrading end-of-life fossil fuel heating systems to low carbon alternatives for example heat pumps. The fund also supports the delivery of ancillary works such as insulation and solar panels which drive further efficiencies. In October 2022 an application was made by the council to deliver a range of upgrades at three council owned sites. This procurement is the installation of ground source heat pumps and solar PV for Kestrel House temporary accommodation building.

Value: 400000
Published: 2023-09-02
Deadline: 2023-10-16
400000 2023-09-02 2023-10-16
Decarbonisation of NCC Estate - Building Contractor
UK Norwich Norfolk County Council

The appointed contractor will manage the programme across all categories with the goal being to eliminate the use of scope 1 fossil fuel across the estate, apart from a possible small number of exceptions where retrofit is not technically feasible. Any contract awarded under the framework will be on a design & build basis, which must be compliant with PAS 2030 & PAS 2038. PAS 2038 compliant surveys have been undertaking providing RIBA stage 1 detail of recommendations and selected measures. Any work will differ site to site. Key works that are present at most sites are listed below:1. Removal of fossil fuel heating and hot water systems2. Replacing heating and hot water systems electric powered, electric predominantly to Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs)3. Fabric repairs and improvements to ensure the ASHPs work efficiently including draft proofing, insulation upgrade of walls and roofs, replacement windows and doors including secondary glazing, BMS system, low energy lighting, lighting controls, PV arrays and removal of gas meters. In addition, to these decarbonisation works, there will also be additional repairs and small construction related projects at some sites to be included in the programme.

Value:
Published: 2023-08-30
Deadline: 2023-10-03
2023-08-30 2023-10-03
Decarbonisation Retro-Fit Framework (Including Refurbishment works) Scotland & Northern Ireland
UK Newcastle upon Tyne Prosper

The Authority seeks to establish a multi-supplier Framework to provide Energy EfficiencyRetrofit measures in accordance with PAS 2035 for domestic and public buildings along withany required refurbishment works for its Members and other Public Sector ContractingBodies in ScotlandThe authority seeks to appoint up to 8 suitably qualified Principal Contractors able toprovide the full requirements.

Value: 250000000
Published: 2023-08-19
Deadline: 2023-09-26
250000000 2023-08-19 2023-09-26
Retrofit and Decarbonisation Framework
UK Uxbridge LHC for the Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA)

HOW TO EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST IN THIS OPPORTUNITY To register your early interest in this framework opportunity and to get further updates and be notified regarding opportunities to engage with LHC to help inform the development of this framework, please express your interest in the project on our e Tendering portal using the following link: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/LHC/aspx/Tenders/Forthcoming Please note you will need to have a registered account on our portal and be logged in to be able to express an interest. Once you have identified the project on the portal you wish to express an interest in, click 'View Details' and then click 'Express Interest'. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at https://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=134076. (WA Ref:134076)

Value:
Published: 2023-08-15
Deadline:
2023-08-15
Newcastle PSDS Phase 3b Property Decarbonisation Programme
UK NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE Newcastle City Council

The Council requires the services of experienced consultants who are experts in district energy / heat networks across a variety of capabilities including general consultancy, technical advisory and commercial advisory and consultancy.These resources will need to familiarise themselves thoroughly with all aspects (legal, commercial, and technical) of the Regenerate partnering arrangement and as called upon, provide proactive support to the Council across a range of energy network activities which will be at varying stages throughout this commission.

Value:
Published: 2023-07-22
Deadline: 2023-07-22
2023-07-22 2023-07-22
Supply and Supply & Installation of Domestic GRP Doors (including firedoors) and associated products, services & works
UK Yeovil Advantage South West

ASW Members expect to require an average of around 2500 doors per annum to be supplied and installed over the next 4 years. This volume will be split between the 4 Lots. Note that volumes for all Lots are difficult to precisely identify at this time due to decarbonisation works for Lots A & B and implication of FRAs for Lots C & D. Should we become more confident on the information for volumes/Lot splits in advance of tender submission we will provide an update. Members of Advantage South West will be able to access this framework to award contracts. Current Members of Advantage South West are Abbeyfield Sidmouth, Abri, Coastline Housing, Cornwall Housing, Cornwall Rural Housing Association (CRHA), East Devon District Council, Exeter City Council , Homes in Sedgemoor, LiveWest, Magna Housing, Mid Devon District Council, North Devon Homes, Ocean Housing, Plymouth Community Homes, SHAL, Somerset West and Taunton Council, Teign Housing, TorVista, Westward Housing. Any further organisations that join ASW will also be able to access the framework. Interested companies can access documentation at www.advantageswtenders.co.uk. Completed SSQ documentation must be submitted by the closing time/date.

Value:
Published: 2023-06-26
Deadline:
2023-06-26
South Norfolk District Council Invitation to Tender for PSDS for the installation of Air Source Heat Pumps, resize the plate heat exchanger at Diss Leisure Centre
UK Norwich South Norfolk District Council

The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme funding is specifically targeted at upgrading end-of-life fossil fuel heating systems to low carbon alternatives for example heat pumps. The fund also supports the delivery of ancillary works such as insulation and solar panels which drive further efficiencies. In October 2022 an application was made by the council to deliver a range of upgrades at three council owned sites:• The Horizon Centre (jointly owned by the Broadland District Council and South Norfolk Council) – heat pumps• Diss Leisure Centre (South Norfolk) (This Invitation to Tender) – heat pumps, fabric upgrades and solar PV• Kestrel House (South Norfolk) – heat pumps and solar PVThe overall programme of works has been broken down into separate procurements. This ITT is for Diss Leisure Centre heat pumps only.

Value: 820000
Published: 2023-06-17
Deadline: 2023-07-24
820000 2023-06-17 2023-07-24
RIBA Stage 4 Professional Services & Detailed Design for Building Decarbonisation Measures
UK Lancaster Lancaster City Council

RIBA Stage 4 Professional Services & Detailed Design for Building Decarbonisation Measures for more information see the supplier portal. All documents and to express an interest should be made via the portal

Value: 360000
Published: 2023-06-14
Deadline: 2023-07-13
360000 2023-06-14 2023-07-13
BHCC DH Decarbonisation Pathways
UK BHCC City Regeneration and Development

BHCC's International & Sustainability Team are seeking a single/principal consultancy service to develop a Decarbonisation Pathways study. The consultants will work with the Council and stakeholders to model and cost future scenarios for carbon reduction and develop an action plan towards carbon neutrality. Additional information: Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

Value:
Published: 2023-06-12
Deadline:
2023-06-12
(CPU 6014) Evaluation of Home Decarbonisation Skills Training Competition
UK Nottingham Nottingham City Council

The Midlands Net Zero Hub with support from its accountable body Nottingham City Council is seeking quotes from sufficiently experienced and qualified suppliers to provide project evaluation services related to the Home Decarbonisation Skills Training Competition (HDSTC).The evaluation of the Skills Training Competition aims to assess the extent to which the Skills Training Competition has achieved its stated aims and objectives and to identify successes and challenges faced in its delivery and implementation. Findings from the evaluation will be used by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero to inform future policy developments.The entire tendering process is undertaken via the e-tendering portal www.eastmidstenders.org. If your company is not already registered on this portal, please do so. From there, you may express your interest in the opportunity and subsequently, access the tender documents.

Value: 200000
Published: 2023-06-06
Deadline: 2023-07-05
200000 2023-06-06 2023-07-05
DECARBONISATION OF ESTATES FRAMEWORK - SBS 10504
UK Hemel Hempstead NHS Shared Business Services Limited

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to signal an intention to commence market engagement with those within the Decarbonisation of Estates market. Please complete and return the RFI (Request for Information). You will find a copy of the RFI on Contract Finder https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/ed47720a-9346-48cb-a87c-ce7553eacb1e alternatively a copy can be obtained by emailing nsbs.construction@nhs.net. Please return completed forms direct via e-mail to nsbs.construction@nhs.net by 5.00pm on Monday the 31st of July 2023. NHS Shared Business Services Limited (NHS SBS) reserves the right to withdraw this notice at any time. NHS SBS is not bound to accept any proposals submitted by Bidders and is not liable for any costs incurred as a result of Bidders engaging with this process. This early market engagement exercise does not guarantee that a Procurement will take place and NHS SBS reserves the right to defer from any Procurement entirely. NHS SBS intends to hold market engagement sessions during June and July 2023 with industry experts and suppliers interested in potentially bidding for the resulting Framework, please note, we will not review any RFI's received following these dates. The value in II.1.5 is an indicative value over 4 years from 1st July 2024. The date in II.3) is the estimated date of publication, please monitor Find a Tender Service https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Search for the publication of the relevant high value contract notice.

Value:
Published: 2023-05-31
Deadline:
2023-05-31
Energy Innovation Needs Assessments 2.0
NUTS: UK UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

BEIS is considering a supplier to undertake a comprehensive update of the 2019 published Energy Innovation Needs Assessments (EINAs). The project will be delivered in consultation with government technical and analytical experts and will allow BEIS to build a robust knowledge base to guide UK decisions for the support of innovation in net zero related technologies, systems and processes. Project deliverables will provide insights into the potential of technologies, systems and processes to: • lead to a reduction in energy and/or decarbonisation costs; • improve UK energy security; • generate economic benefits to the UK; • help meet UK climate change targets; and help contextualise UK challenges and capabilities in meeting such opportunities by identifying, exploring, and quantifying key UK net zero innovation barriers and enablers. For background information, the full specification and further information on this project please see the ITT.

Value: 480000
Published: 2023-05-20
Deadline: 2023-06-19
480000 2023-05-20 2023-06-19
SHDF Wave 2.1 Main Contractor
UK Oxford Oxford City Council

Oxford City Council have been awarded funding for the retrofit measures installation works to 316 properties, of which this tender compromises approximately 200 properties for delivery by the successful contractor in the timelines set out in the Social Housing Decarbonisation Funding Wave 2.1. The works of the 200no properties are proposed to be undertaken within the postcode areas of OX1, OX2, OX3 & OX4 however this is subject to eligible properties confirmed in these areas, other postcode areas may therefore be included.

Value: 4000000
Published: 2023-05-20
Deadline: 2023-06-19
4000000 2023-05-20 2023-06-19
Private wire power purchase agreement for the provision of electricity at Torbay Hospital
UK Torquay Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust have identified through their Net Zero Carbon Roadmap a potential for significant renewable energy installation to supply the electrical demand at Torbay Hospital. The site currently uses circa 11GWh of electricity per annum with a significant base load. The electricity usage is also projected to increase as the heating systems move over to heat pump based systems.<br/>Demand and output modelling has shown that a solar PV array of approximately 3.2MWp production would make a significant contribution to the site electrical demand with limited times of electricity export. Due to restriction on site restrictions it is not feasible to house an array of 3.2MWp on site so the Trust are looking at solutions for an off-site provision.<br/>To contribute to the Trust’s commitments to decarbonisation and reduce their gross emissions under mandatory reporting rules the off-site PV array will need to be ‘private wire’ with a direct connection to the Trust’s HV network. In this way the electricity supply is ‘behind the meter’ and directly reduces grid imported electricity.<br/>The Trust are interested in hearing from parties that are able to host a PV array close enough to the site of Torbay Hospital to provide a direct private wire connection and contract with the Trust through a Power Purchase Agreement. <br/>The Trust are seeking to enter into a power purchase agreement for the purchase of approximately 3.5GWh of electricity per annum for a contract term of up to 25 years.<br/>The value of contract is estimated over 25 years and may be higher or lower dependant on the amount of energy provided, length of contract term and fluctuations in indices. <br/>The Authority is using the Health Family Single eCommercial System e-tendering portal to conduct the procurement process ("the e-Tendering Portal"). The e-Tendering Portal can be accessed at Welcome (force.com) . Please therefore submit such queries via the e-Tendering Portal.

Value: 8968483
Published: 2023-05-19
Deadline: 2023-06-19
8968483 2023-05-19 2023-06-19
Consultancy Panels 2
UK Pontypridd Transport for Wales

Transport for Wales (TfW) is carrying out a procurement advertised in the FTS, via Sell2 Wales, under the Open Procedure of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 to procure ‘Consultancy Panels 2’ services.TfW is a not for profit company, wholly owned by the Welsh Government. TfW exists to drive forward the Welsh Government’s vision of a high quality, safe, integrated, affordable and accessible transport network that the people of Wales are proud of. It will also help to change the way we understand, plan, use and invest in transport in Wales.TfW are looking to put in place Consultancy Panels 2 Framework, comprising of 7 Lots across a number of specialisms providing TfW access to specialist consultancy services as per the below areas.Lot 1 – Stakeholder ManagementLot 2 – Monitoring and EvaluationLot 3 – Transport Data CollectionLot 4 – Fleet Decarbonisation Technical SupportLot 5 – Green InfrastructureLot 6 – Active TravelLot 7 – Architectural ServicesEach lot will include the provision of direct award of commissions to suppliers on a rotational basis under the value of GBP25,000, with requirements above this threshold awarded via the mini competition process.Each Lot will have no more than 5 successful suppliers, with each supplier being limited to submit a bid for up to 3 Lots.Estimated value for the framework will be up to GBP250,000 per lot per annum depending on requirements (anticipated commissions will range between GBP10,000 - GBP60,000), and all commissions will be subject to remit. Please note that TfW is not committed to spend up to this value and that our spend is subject to annual funding cycles.The duration of the contract will be for an initial period of two (2) years with an option to extend, at TfW’s discretion, for up to two (2) period(s) of 12 months each.

Value: 7000000
Published: 2023-05-10
Deadline: 2023-06-12
7000000 2023-05-10 2023-06-12
Energy Innovation Needs Assessments 2.0
NUTS: UK UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

BEIS is considering a supplier to undertake a comprehensive update of the 2019 published Energy Innovation Needs Assessments (EINAs). The project will be delivered in consultation with government technical and analytical experts and will allow BEIS to build a robust knowledge base to guide UK decisions for the support of innovation in net zero related technologies, systems and processes. Project deliverables will provide insights into the potential of technologies, systems and processes to: • lead to a reduction in energy and/or decarbonisation costs; • improve UK energy security; • generate economic benefits to the UK; • help meet UK climate change targets; and help contextualise UK challenges and capabilities in meeting such opportunities by identifying, exploring, and quantifying key UK net zero innovation barriers and enablers. For background information, the full specification and further information on this project please see the ITT.

Value: 480000
Published: 2023-04-29
Deadline: 2023-06-05
480000 2023-04-29 2023-06-05
London Borough of Havering - Strategic Heating Partner
UK Romford London Borough of Havering

London Borough of Havering are seeking expressions of interest from suitably skilled and experienced suppliers to be their strategic heating partner to:a) Deliver servicing, maintenance and ad-hoc replacements of domestic and commercial wet heating systemsb) Work jointly with Havering to deliver a heating strategy and future Tasks and services to incorporate electric, alternative fuel and renewable systemsThe core services comprise the following:a) Servicing, maintenance and ad-hoc replacements to 8,239 domestic heating systemsb) Servicing, maintenance and ad-hoc replacements to 77 commercial heating systemsc) Installation and ongoing servicing and maintenance of alternative heating systems.Due to the volume of developing technologies in the area of heating systems, and the speed at which these technologies are becoming feasible, there is a requirement for the Service Provider to work with Havering and the other parties within the Strategic Partnering Alliance to deliver the best solutions for Havering and its residents.As Havering’s decarbonisation strategy evolves and alternative heating technologies evolve in parallel with it, it is anticipated that a product of a successful partnership will be year on year increases in the rate of replacement of current gas heating systems with alternative systems. It is also anticipated that this will be through a combination of direct delivery, by newly skilled operatives trained within the partnership, and specialist subcontractors.As technologies, products, legislation and funding opportunities evolve, the service provider will be required to evolve the skills of its workforce, supply chain and installation methods in order to continuously provide and demonstrate best value. To enable this, the pricing mechanisms under the contract are designed to provide a method for the derivation of new prices and continuous demonstration of best value as a result of any changes to the specification. The contract will also include a mechanism for the parties to agree variations to the specification to reflect new and emerging technology, products, legislation and funding opportunities. The long term continuation of the contract, for example through contract extension, is intended to be predicated on the service provider's success in meeting all of these requirementsThe successful Provider will enter into a TAC-1 Terms Alliance Contract (with break clauses) for an initial term of 9 years and 10 months, with a possible extension until 31st March 2040.Havering are following the competitive dialogue procurement procedure in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.Following completion of the Selection Questionnaire and associated appendices prospective bidders will be shortlisted with six bidders anticipated being invited to submit Core Proposals.Following evaluation of the quality proposals only, prospective bidders will again be shortlisted and invited to participate in dialogue with Havering. It is anticipated that three bidders will be invited.On completion of dialogue sessions the bidders will be invited to submit Tenders for the full solution for evaluation.Full information can be found in attached tender documentation

Value: 140000000
Published: 2023-04-27
Deadline: 2023-05-30
140000000 2023-04-27 2023-05-30
Gressenhall Decarb Project Principal Designer
UK Norwich Norfolk County Council

A multidisciplinary design team is required to provide design services through RIBA Stages 2-5 for the decarbonisation and energy improvement retrofit works at Gressenhall Rural Life Museum, Gressenhall, Beetley, Dereham, Norfolk NR20 4DR.

Value:
Published: 2023-04-27
Deadline: 2023-05-31
2023-04-27 2023-05-31
BISF Decarbonisation Bellsmyre
UK Dundee Caledonia Housing Association

Major refurbishment works to single properties and component renewal

Value: 4000000
Published: 2023-04-19
Deadline: 2023-05-26
4000000 2023-04-19 2023-05-26
RBGKEW1174 Decarbonisation Project - Jodrell Laboratories and Melon Yard
UK Richmond Royal Botanic Gardens

Project Description and Programme DetailsKew Gardens are undertaking a project to decarbonise the Jodrell laboratories and adjacent glasshouses. The scope of work is the following:1 Install and commission a temporary heating system to supply the Jodrell and Mellon Yard for the duration of the project.2 Strip-out the existing basement level boiler room (including removal of asbestos), remove all pipework and plant, remove oil tanks and superstructure to facilitate citing the main air source heat pump. 3 Construct a new plant room at ground level to house heating system and associated plant and materials.4 Install connect and commission a new electrically powered heating system air source heat pumps and direct electric boilers. 5 Replacement of the existing air handling unit that supplies the Lecture Theatre. To include cleaning and repairing ductwork and repair/ replacement of all controls as necessary.6 Installation of new Solar Photo Voltaic array at roof level, on the Wolfson Wing and Jodrell roofs to generate electricity on an annual basis and offset the increased demand from the new heating system.7 Allow for liaising with UKPN and negotiating installation of an upgraded 1.2kVA supply including new transformer main cable and intake position to meet the needs of the project.8 In anticipation of the new electrical supply, implement the construction of new LV switch room including all connections (including trenching), new LV panel, replacement of Gent, migration andswitchover to the new supply.9 Install and commission new uprated stand-by generator to cover the increased electrical load of the buildings

Value: 5000000
Published: 2023-04-06
Deadline: 2023-05-12
5000000 2023-04-06 2023-05-12
Planned Investment Framework 2023
United Kingdom UK-London: Construction work. Notting Hill Genesis

Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) is seeking to procure a Framework Agreement for the provision on Planned Investment works. The Framework will comprise of 3 Lots as follows: •Lot 1 - Planned Investment - Building Envelope and Communal Spaces •Lot 2 - Planned Investment - Kitchen and Bathroom Replacements •Lot 2 - Planned Investment - Retrofit and Decarbonisation

Value: 1837000000
Published: 2023-03-31
Deadline:
1837000000 2023-03-31
500_23 Consultancy for Decarbonisation / Net Zero Strategies
UK LEICESTER ESPO

This Lot is designed to appeal to Customers with smaller Consultancy requirements for decarbonisation / net zero strategies with a total assessed value for consultancy services under £50,000.

Value: 200000000
Published: 2023-03-29
Deadline: 2023-05-09
200000000 2023-03-29 2023-05-09
Contract/Project Management Services for Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund Wave 2.1
UK Oxford Oxford City Council

Oxford City Council is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced consultant to act as our Employers Agent (incorporating project management, retrofit co-ordination, retrofit design, quantity surveying and contract administration) on our Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF) wave 2.1 project.

Value:
Published: 2023-03-22
Deadline: 2023-04-19
2023-03-22 2023-04-19
Decarbonisation & Retrofit Framework
UK Birchwood, Warrington Procurement for Housing

This lot is for the Supply and Installation of Solar PV and associated works including but not limited to the installation of Solar PV on residential and commercial dwellings. This lot is divided into 11 regions. There is no limit to the number of regions a bidder can submit for. PfH anticipates awarding places to 5 bidders per regions but reserves the right to award places to a greater or fewer number of suppliers depending on the bids received.

Value: 520000000
Published: 2023-03-22
Deadline: 2023-05-22
520000000 2023-03-22 2023-05-22
Decarbonisation & Retrofit Framework
UK Birchwood, Warrington Procurement for Housing

This Framework may be used by any contracting authority listed in or referred to in the FTS Notice. This includes: All current members of PfH at the time of the FTS notice for this procurement; Any registered provider of social housing (or Welsh registered social landlord ,or Scottish registered social registered social landlord) that becomes a member of PfH during the period of the Framework Agreement; Any public authority (as defined in the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for public authorities in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and UK-wide public authorities based in Scotland, or as defined in the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 for Scottish public authorities) that becomes a member of PfH at any time during the period of the Framework Agreement; Any local authority (as defined in the Local Government Act 1972 for public authorities in England and Wales or as defined in the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 for Scottish local authorities or as defined in the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1972 for local authorities in Northern Ireland) that becomes a member of PfH at any time during the period of the Framework Agreement; the Northern Ireland Housing Executive; any housing Arm's Length Management Organisation (ALMO) that becomes a member of PfH during the period of the Framework Agreement; Any wholly owned subsidiaries of any of the above Organisations; educational establishments and any other contracting authority listed on the following page of the PfH website : http://procurementforhousing.co.uk/permissible-users/ at the time of the FTS notice for this procurement. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at https://www.mytenders.co.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=228954. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at https://www.mytenders.co.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. (MT Ref:228954)

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Published: 2023-03-20
Deadline:
2023-03-20
Provision of Low Carbon Advisory Services
UK Falkirk Falkirk Council

Falkirk Council wishes to contract with a Low Carbon Adviser (LCA) for up to 3 days per week to specifically advise businesses within the Falkirk Council area on their net zero carbon goals by offering professional expert advice on energy efficiencies, decarbonisation, climate change, resource efficiency, renewable energy, circular economy. The duration of the contract shall be from the 15th May 2023 until the 31st March 2025 with the option to extend for up to 18 months until 30th September 2026.

Value: 248000
Published: 2023-03-10
Deadline: 2023-04-12
248000 2023-03-10 2023-04-12
School of Chemistry: Synthesis Gas/CO2 Hydrogenation Testing Rig and Scale Up Rig
UK Guardbridge University of St Andrews

The core objective of the project this equipment will facilitate is to establish the fundamental science component of a new Power-to-Liquids facility at the University of St Andrews' Eden campus.To achieve this, we seek to procure via this Procurement exercise:(i) a high-throughput catalyst screening unit for the accelerated development of Power-to-Liquids processes,(ii) a scaled-up reactor unit that integrates electrolysis and synthesis steps to enable innovative Power-to-liquids researchFuture exercises are anticipated to procure a 2D-Gas Chromatograph, for the characterisation of complex liquid products, and two refinery gas analysers to be integrated into the reactor units.The facility will enable world-leading research into Power-to-Liquids concepts with the following main objectives:- To open new research avenues into the electrification of chemical processes via the integration of electrolysis with downstream chemical synthesis.- To increase productivity and accelerate developments in the key areas of catalyst discovery for decarbonising the production of energy, fuels and chemicals.- To leverage the latest manufacturing research to enable more efficient integrated configurations of Power-to-Liquids processes to be discovered and subsequently to optimise these so that decarbonisation can be brought to scale rapidly with minimal investment risk.- To deliver a strong interdisciplinary facility available to internal and external users.- To support researchers in St Andrews, regionally and across collaborations.- To optimise both quality of service and usage of facilities.- To allow St Andrews to continue to attract innovative, research-oriented industry partners who will be informed by and embed new science in product developments, while providing guidance on science gaps that industry needs addressed.- To explore novel functional materials relevant to sustainability.

Value:
Published: 2023-03-09
Deadline: 2023-04-10
2023-03-09 2023-04-10
Development of the North Lanarkshire Council Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES) and Delivery Plan
UK Motherwell North Lanarkshire Council

In 2021 the Scottish Government’s consultation ‘Draft Heat in Buildings Strategy: Achieving Net Zero Emissions in Scotland’s Buildings’ described Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies (LHEES) as the essential vehicle for the transition to decarbonised heat by linking the pathway to net-zero, place, people, investment and energy networks. The purpose of LHEES is to provide ‘a framework for taking an area-based approach to heat and energy efficiency planning and delivery’ and aims to:-set out how each segment of the building stock needs to change to meet national objectives, including achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector, and the removal of poor energy efficiency as a driver of fuel poverty;-identify heat decarbonisation zones, and setting out the primary measures for reducing emissions within each zone, with a view to zones acting as a potential trigger for regulation in the future if required; and-prioritise areas for delivery, against national and local priorities.The methodology for developing a LHEES was issued to local authority contacts Autumn 2021 with the final guidance issued in October 2022. Under the Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies (Scotland) Order 2022.North Lanarkshire Council (the Council) is therefore seeking to appoint a consultant (Contractor) via this procurement procedure to ensure the legal obligation to prepare and implement a LHEES and a Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Delivery Plan (LHEEDP) for North Lanarkshire by 31 December 2023.

Value:
Published: 2023-03-07
Deadline: 2023-03-28
2023-03-07 2023-03-28
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Hampshire Abri

Value:
Published: 2023-03-06
Deadline:
2023-03-06
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Hampshire Abri

Lot 1f will cover Decarbonisation Construction works up to 5million GBP in Scotland.Work under this Lot 1f could include Solar PV and Battery, Heat Pumps, Electric Heaters, Heat and Hot Water Controller, Mechanical Extract, Solid Floor Insulation, Low Energy, Lighting, Internal Wall Insulation, Suspended Floor Insulation, Loft Insulation, Cavity Wall Insulation, Pitched Roof Insulation, Flat Roof Insulation, Windows, Front Doors, Hydrogen Boilers, Gas Boilers, Biomass, Combined Heating and Power and External Wall Insulation.

Value: 231000000
Published: 2023-02-14
Deadline: 2023-03-20
231000000 2023-02-14 2023-03-20
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Eastleigh Abri Group Ltd

The Contracting Authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are Small or Medium Enterprises. There is an intentionally large overlap between the band values for Lot 1f and Lot 2f. Where works to be carried out under the call off contract are estimated to have a value that falls in the overlap value between Lots 1f and 2f, the GFP member/Authorised User awarding the contract shall, at its complete discretion, be entitled to: (i) award the contract by direct selection under the Framework Lot of it's choosing, in accordance with the provisions of the Framework (ii) award the contract via a mini-competition under the Framework Lot of its choosing; or (iii) award the contract via a mini-competition between all of the Framework suppliers appointed to the Framework Lots in question that are capable of carrying out the particular contract. Where there is insufficient interest for a particular Call Off Contract under Lots 1f or 2f, the GFP Members/Authorised User may seek expressions of interest from the Framework Suppliers appointed to the corresponding regional Framework Lot. E.g., if the GFP Member/Authorised User wishes to award a contract under Lot 1f but considers there is insufficient interest for the contract from the suppliers appointed to that Lot it may seek expressions of interest from the suppliers appointed to Lot 2f. Whether there is "insufficient interest" for a contract will be determined by the GFP Member/Authorised User making the award, having regard to the requirements of it's own financial regulations and standing orders, and any other relevant matters. The framework is to operate across the whole of Scotland and will be open to the following organisations to access via an Access Agreement between the supplier, Abri and Pretium Frameworks Ltd, who GFP has appointed to administer the framework on its behalf. In addition to the GFP members, the following "Authorised Users" will be entitled to use this framework: (i) any entity within the same group of companies as a GFP Member from time to time; (ii) any Registered Social Landlord in Scotland from time to time, (including local authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations) A list of the current Registered Social Landlords in Scotland: https://www.housingregulator.gov.scot/register-of-social-landlords (iii) any other “contracting authority” in Scotland as defined in the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015; and (iv) any supply chain member of a GFP member or of any of the above organisations. Note that the estimated values given in this Notice are estimates only. Actual values may vary depending on how many organisations decide to access and call off contracts under the Framework. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with all or any part of the Framework Agreement. The Contracting Authority will not, under any circumstances, reimburse any expense incurred by suppliers in participating in this procurement exercise or in preparing their tender submissions. With reference to Lot 1f and Lot 2f, Bidders can only bid for Lot 1 or Lot 2, but not both. This is further explained in the procurement documents, specifically the Lot Bidding Form section 1.1 (SC Ref:722473)

Value:
Published: 2023-02-13
Deadline:
2023-02-13
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Hampshire Abri

The CA considers this contract may be suitable for Small or Medium Enterprises. There is intentionally a large overlap between the values for Lot 1f and 2f. Where works to be carried out under the call off contract are estimated to have a value that falls in the overlap between 1f and 2f, the GFP member/Authorised User awarding the contract shall, at its complete discretion, be entitled to: (i) award the contract by direct selection under the Framework Lot of it's choosing, in accordance with the provisions of the Framework (ii) award the contract via a mini-competition under the Framework Lot of its choosing; or (iii) award the contract via a mini-competition between all of the Framework suppliers appointed to the Framework Lots in question that are capable of carrying out the particular contract. Where there is insufficient interest for a particular Call Off Contract under Lots 1f or 2f, the GFP Members/Authorised User may seek expressions of interest from the Framework Suppliers appointed to the corresponding regional Framework Lot. E.g., if the GFP Member/Authorised User wishes to award a contract under Lot 1f but considers there is insufficient interest for the contract from the suppliers appointed to that Lot it may seek expressions of interest from the suppliers appointed to Lot 2f. Whether there is "insufficient interest" for a contract will be determined by the GFP Member/Authorised User making the award, having regard to the requirements of it's own financial regulations and standing orders, and any other relevant matters. The framework is to operate across the whole of Scotland and will be open to the following organisations to access via an Access Agreement between the supplier, Abri and Pretium Frameworks Ltd, who GFP has appointed to administer the framework on its behalf. In addition to the GFP members, the following "Authorised Users" will be entitled to use this framework: (i) any entity within the same group of companies as a GFP Member from time to time; (ii) any Registered Social Landlord in Scotland from time to time, (including local authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations) (iii) any other “contracting authority” in Scotland as defined in the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015; and (iv) any supply chain member of a GFP member or of any of the above organisations. Note that the estimated values given in this Notice are estimates only. Actual values may vary depending on how many organisations decide to access and call off contracts under the Framework. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with all or any part of the Framework Agreement. The Contracting Authority will not, under any circumstances, reimburse any expense incurred by suppliers in participating in this procurement exercise or in preparing their tender submissions. In reference to Lot 1f and 2f, Bidders can only bid for Lot 1 or Lot 2, but not both. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at https://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=722491. The buyer has indicated that it will accept electronic responses to this notice via the Postbox facility. A user guide is available at https://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/sitehelp/help_guides.aspx. Suppliers are advised to allow adequate time for uploading documents and to dispatch the electronic response well in advance of the closing time to avoid any last minute problems. A sub-contract clause has been included in this contract. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2363 Community benefits are included in this requirement. For more information see: https://www.gov.scot/policies/public-sector-procurement/community-benefits-in-procurement/ A summary of the expected community benefits has been provided as follows: Please refer to the procurement documents (SC Ref:722491)

Value:
Published: 2023-02-13
Deadline:
2023-02-13
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Hampshire Abri Group Ltd

Greener Futures Partnerships (GFP) are procuring a National framework of suitably qualified constructors and consultants for the deliveryof retrofit works and services in Scotland. As well as creating a route to market, GFP aspire to create a truly collaborative framework whereall parties contribute and continually develop best practice in the field of decarbonisation. The Framework will be for a total of 7 years(4+3) to enable delivery of retrofit works in accordance with the current energy efficiency standard for social housing (EESSH2) and willbe open to all Contracting Authorities in Scotland to access. GFP are procuring a separate Decarbonisation Delivery Framework for thedelivery of retrofit works and services in England and Wales, which is the subject of a separate Contract Notice and procurement processconducted in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations (2015). Abri will be the CA for the purposes of this procurement whoenters into the Framework Agreement with successful Suppliers.

Value: 231000000
Published: 2023-02-13
Deadline: 2023-03-20
231000000 2023-02-13 2023-03-20
UKSPF Business Support - Decarbonisation Net Zero Programme
UK Birmingham West Midlands Combined Authority

Business Engagement/Recruitment, Information & Advice and Energy Audits – Birmingham & Solihull.Each business supported will have access to a minimum of 12 hours support (or 3 hours support, if a business has already had an energy audit). The 12 hours support will include an initial verbal assessment and 1-2-1/1-2-many advice totalling 3 hours and an energy audit totalling 9 hours.

Value: 4600000
Published: 2023-02-11
Deadline: 2023-03-13
4600000 2023-02-11 2023-03-13
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Eastleigh Abri Group Ltd

Lot 1f will cover Decarbonisation Construction works up to 5million GBP in Scotland.Work under this Lot 1f could include Solar PV and Battery, Heat Pumps, Electric Heaters, Heat and Hot Water Controller, Mechanical Extract, Solid Floor Insulation, Low Energy, Lighting, Internal Wall Insulation, Suspended Floor Insulation, Loft Insulation, Cavity Wall Insulation, Pitched Roof Insulation, Flat Roof Insulation, Windows, Front Doors, Hydrogen Boilers, Gas Boilers, Biomass, Combined Heating and Power and External Wall Insulation.

Value: 231000000
Published: 2023-02-10
Deadline: 2023-03-16
231000000 2023-02-10 2023-03-16
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Eastleigh Abri Group Ltd

The Contracting Authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are Small or Medium Enterprises. There is an intentionally large overlap between the band values for Lot 1f and Lot 2f. Where works to be carried out under the call off contract are estimated to have a value that falls in the overlap value between Lots 1f and 2f, the GFP member/Authorised User awarding the contract shall, at its complete discretion, be entitled to: (i) award the contract by direct selection under the Framework Lot of it's choosing, in accordance with the provisions of the Framework (ii) award the contract via a mini-competition under the Framework Lot of its choosing; or (iii) award the contract via a mini-competition between all of the Framework suppliers appointed to the Framework Lots in question that are capable of carrying out the particular contract. Where there is insufficient interest for a particular Call Off Contract under Lots 1f or 2f, the GFP Members/Authorised User may seek expressions of interest from the Framework Suppliers appointed to the corresponding regional Framework Lot. E.g., if the GFP Member/Authorised User wishes to award a contract under Lot 1f but considers there is insufficient interest for the contract from the suppliers appointed to that Lot it may seek expressions of interest from the suppliers appointed to Lot 2f. Whether there is "insufficient interest" for a contract will be determined by the GFP Member/Authorised User making the award, having regard to the requirements of it's own financial regulations and standing orders, and any other relevant matters. The framework is to operate across the whole of Scotland and will be open to the following organisations to access via an Access Agreement between the supplier, Abri and Pretium Frameworks Ltd, who GFP has appointed to administer the framework on its behalf. In addition to the GFP members, the following "Authorised Users" will be entitled to use this framework: (i) any entity within the same group of companies as a GFP Member from time to time; (ii) any Registered Social Landlord in Scotland from time to time, (including local authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations) A list of the current Registered Social Landlords in Scotland: https://www.housingregulator.gov.scot/register-of-social-landlords (iii) any other “contracting authority” in Scotland as defined in the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015; and (iv) any supply chain member of a GFP member or of any of the above organisations. Note that the estimated values given in this Notice are estimates only. Actual values may vary depending on how many organisations decide to access and call off contracts under the Framework. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with all or any part of the Framework Agreement. The Contracting Authority will not, under any circumstances, reimburse any expense incurred by suppliers in participating in this procurement exercise or in preparing their tender submissions. With reference to Lot 1f and Lot 2f, Bidders can only bid for Lot 1 or Lot 2, but not both. This is further explained in the procurement documents, specifically the Lot Bidding Form section 1.1 NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at https://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=722024. A sub-contract clause has been included in this contract. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2363 Community benefits are included in this requirement. For more information see: https://www.gov.scot/policies/public-sector-procurement/community-benefits-in-procurement/ A summary of the expected community benefits has been provided as follows: Please refer to the procurement documents (SC Ref:722024)

Value:
Published: 2023-02-09
Deadline:
2023-02-09
GFP Decarbonisation Delivery Framework - Scotland
UK Eastleigh Abri Group Ltd

Greener Futures Partnerships (GFP) are procuring a National framework of suitably qualified constructors and consultants for the delivery of retrofit works and services in Scotland. As well as creating a route to market, GFP aspire to create a truly collaborative framework where all parties contribute and continually develop best practice in the field of decarbonisation. The Framework will be for a total of 7 years (4+3) to enable delivery of retrofit works in accordance with the current energy efficiency standard for social housing (EESSH2) and will be open to all Contracting Authorities in Scotland to access. GFP are procuring a separate Decarbonisation Delivery Framework for the delivery of retrofit works and services in England and Wales, which is the subject of a separate Contract Notice and procurement process conducted in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations (2015). Abri will be the CA for the purposes of this procurement who enters into the Framework Agreement with successful Suppliers.

Value: 231000000
Published: 2023-02-09
Deadline: 2023-03-16
231000000 2023-02-09 2023-03-16
Greener Futures Partnership Decarbonisation Delivery Framework
UK Hampshire Abri Group Limited

Value:
Published: 2023-02-07
Deadline:
2023-02-07
Cambridgeshire County Council Net Zero Decarbonisation of Services
UK Huntingdon Cambridgeshire County Council

Developing an Investment Programme for Decarbonising Cambridgeshire Maintained Schools.The development of Decarbonisation Plans (DPs) will help us to plan a realistic programme of works which will enable us to have a consistent approach to managing Heat Decarbonisation of the maintained school estate, including its heating and hot water. This will help us to:• Develop a Strategy, including whole life costs, for the Decarbonisation of the maintained school’s estate• Define, agree, and develop a standard approach to decarbonisation plans for the Maintained School Estate.• Prioritise the maintained school’s estate based on recognised Asset Management criteria. Measurement in accordance with the sixth edition of the Code of Measuring Practice, published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.• Collect all the information relating to our maintained school buildings, including energy consumption, fabric efficiency, available headroom on existing grid connection (accounting for any planned extension or modification to the site) and potential options for decarbonising the heating.• Information collected will be used to inform the resource and funding prioritisation of the County Council via the Capital Programme Board and Strategy and Resources Committee (the Executive) so that investment can be committed.• It is important for the County Council to understand how much, on average, each typical FE school (1,2 or 3 FE) will cost to decarbonise.• Information will be used to apply for capital and revenue future Decarbonisation Funding from both Government and non-Government funding schemes using data of the HDPs that are accessible and fit for purpose.Specification–Technical Consultancy SupportThe Council is looking to deliver low carbon energy efficient buildings across its portfolio through new builds, extensions, and retrofits and is keen to progress decarbonisation planning for its maintained school’s estate and is looking for the technical expertise and knowledge to assist it to develop the following:• An overall high level Decarbonisation Plan including heat, energy, and carbon reduction reporting for its portfolio of 111 Maintained Schools. These need to include a cost estimate for the portfolio to be decarbonised in accordance with the Council’s scope 3 emissions target and Net Zero targets and include estimated timelines and the approach.• An indicative cost per survey based on school size i.e., 1FE, 2FE and 3FE.• An assessment of grid connection upgrade costs where required. Ideally the consultant should engage with UK Power Networks to understand where local grid constraints would necessitate a new substation to enable replacement of boilers with heat pumps.

Value: 300000
Published: 2023-02-02
Deadline: 2023-03-10
300000 2023-02-02 2023-03-10
Greener Futures Partnership Decarbonisation Delivery Framework
UK Hampshire Abri Group Limited

The Contracting Authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are Small or Medium Enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement. There is an intentionally large overlap between the band values for Lot 1a-e and Lot 2a-e. Where works to be carried out under the call off contract are estimated to have a value that falls in the overlap value between Lots 1a-e and 2a-e, the GFP member/Authorised User awarding the contract shall, at its complete discretion, be entitled to: (i) award the contract by direct selection under the Framework Lot of it's choosing, in accordance with the provisions of the Framework (ii) award the contract via a mini-competition under the Framework Lot of its choosing; or (iii) award the contract via a mini-competition between all of the Framework suppliers appointed to the Framework Lots in question that are capable of carrying out the particular contract. Where there is insufficient interest for a particular Call Off Contract under Lots 1a-e or 2a-e, the GFP Members/Authorised User may seek expressions of interest from the Framework Suppliers appointed to the corresponding regional Framework Lot. E.g., if the GFP Member/Authorised User wishes to award a contract under Lot 1a but considers there is insufficient interest for the contract from the suppliers appointed to that Lot it may seek expressions of interest from the suppliers appointed to Lot 2a. Whether there is "insufficient interest" for a contract will be determined by the GFP Member/Authorised User making the award, having regard to the requirements of it's own financial regulations and standing orders, and any other relevant matters. It is intended that a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) will be procured at a later date to compliment the Framework and provide access to emerging technology. The framework is to operate across England and Wales and will be open to the following organisations to access via an Access Agreement between the supplier, Abri and Pretium Frameworks Ltd, who GFP has appointed to administer the framework on its behalf. In addition to the GFP members, the following "Authorised Users" will be entitled to use this framework: (i) any entity within the same group of companies as a GFP Member from time to time; (ii) any Social Housing Provider in the United Kingdom from time to time (including Registered Providers, local authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations) A list of the current registered providers of social housing can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/registered-providers-of-social-housing/list-of-registered-providers-14-april-2022-accessible-version ; (iii) any other “contracting authority” in the UK as defined in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015; and (iv) any supply chain member of a GFP member or of any of the above organisations. Note that the estimated values given in this Notice are estimates only. Actual values may vary depending on how many organisations decide to access and call off contracts under the Framework. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to cancel the procurement and not to proceed with all or any part of the Framework Agreement. The Contracting Authority will not, under any circumstances, reimburse any expense incurred by suppliers in participating in this procurement exercise or in preparing their tender submissions. With reference to Lots 1a-e and Lots 2a-e, Bidders can only bid for a specific region under Lot 1 or Lot 2, but not both (i.e. you can not bid for Lot 1a and Lot 2a, only 1a or 2a) Therefore, the maximum number of bids that could be submitted by any one Bidder for Lots 1 and 2 is five, and the maximum number of bids that would be awarded to any one Bidder is five. This is further explained in the procurement documents, specifically the Lot Bidding Form section 1.1

Value:
Published: 2023-01-24
Deadline:
2023-01-24
Greener Futures Partnership Decarbonisation Framework
UK Hampshire Abri

Value:
Published: 2023-01-04
Deadline:
2023-01-04
Decarbonisation Retro-Fit Framework (including Refurbishment works) [Northern Ireland]
UK Newcastle upon Tyne Prosper

The Authority seeks to establish a multi-supplier Framework to provide Energy Efficiency Retrofit measures in accordance with PAS 2035 for domestic and public buildings along with any required refurbishment works for its Members and other Public Sector Contracting Bodies in Northern IrelandThe authority seeks to appoint up to 8 suitably qualified Principal Contractors able to provide the full requirements.

Value: 75000000
Published: 2022-12-21
Deadline: 2023-02-17
75000000 2022-12-21 2023-02-17
DoF Collaborative Arrangement Supply of Unmetered Electricity 2023-2024 (ID 4543436)
UK BELFAST Department of Finance

This contract will be for the supply of 100 percent green Unmetered Electricity for 12 months. The anticipated commencement date shall be 1st April 2023. The Contract will be utilised by the following clients: • Department for Infrastructure (DfI); • NI Water (NIW); • The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI); • Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE); and • Translink A bid must be provided for a 12 month term (as detailed within the pricing schedule) for 100 percent green unmetered electricity. Each Client will be wholly responsible for the performance of its obligations under the contract. As CPD and its Clients are committed to the Central Government Energy Management Strategy and Action Plan to 2030 Contractors must provide 100 percent green electricity. This commits all Central Government bodies to reduce costs and consumption consistent with draft Programme for Government (PFG) indicators on greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing security of supply. This is delivered through a target to reduce net energy consumption by 30 percent by 2030 and to spend no more on energy in 2030 as we do today. In addition Department for Economy (DfE) has published an issues paper considering how best to advance proposals for an energy strategy that will enable new and challenging decarbonisation targets to be met. Not least among these is the UK Government legal requirement to achieve “net zero carbon” by 2050. Further details on this initiative can be found at https://www.economy-ni.gov.uk/energy-strategy-call-for-evidence and https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-becomes-first-major-economy-to-pass-net-zero-emissions-law DfI has embarked on a street lighting LED retrofit programme to replace existing sodium street lighting units with LED ones resulting in reduced consumption as the year progresses. Consequently, the retrofit projects will have an impact on this contract as they will have a direct effect on the consumption of unmetered electricity. The rates submitted must be honoured for the duration of the contract despite the likelihood of a reduction in the annual usage, the supplier should take this into consideration when submitting their response.

Value: 30000000
Published: 2022-12-10
Deadline: 2023-01-30
30000000 2022-12-10 2023-01-30
Demand Management and Renewables
UK Liverpool Crown Commercial Service

A Supplier Alliance Member in Lot 1 under the Framework Contract shall provide access to expert solar photovoltaic services across multiple delivery stages, from design and feasibility to installation and maintenance and disposal. The Supplier Alliance Member shall provide solar pv services that support an Additional Clients decarbonisation strategy and energy reduction measures. Typical works and services within ground, roof mounted and large scale solar farm projects may include, but are not limited to;● Data and testing including analysis of impact on electricity maximum load across a Clients estate; ● Connection to the grid and the relevant Distribution Network Operator (DNO);● Inverter maintenance and further solar pv cleaning services;● Site survey investigations and reports;● Planning approval; ● Environmental disposal; ● Health and Safety advice; ● Business case development; ● On site risk assessments; ● Environmental assessments; The Supplier Alliance Member shall provide all services in a safe and efficient way as determined by law and the required standards set out by the Additional Client within the Project Contract Supplier Alliance Members within this Lot will provide all of the following stages of works and services. i) Design and FeasibilityThe Supplier Alliance Member is required to provide technical support to public sector Organisations (Additional Clients) looking at solar photovoltaic projects to support their Carbon Net Zero strategies. Additional Clients may require technical support for individual solar projects or wider scale solar pv across an organisation's estate. ii) Installation, maintenance, disposalFor installation and maintenance works a Supplier Alliance Member will be required to adhere, but not limited to, the following standards and accreditations;• Microgeneration (MCS 001-1) standard personnel. • NICEIC Approved Contractor • Use of pyranometers for assessment (ISO/TR 9901:2021) • Building Regulations Part A (Structural Safety) and Part P (Electrical Safety) • British Standard 7671 The Supplier Alliance Member shall ensure any servicing and maintenance works are carried out using the appropriate machinery and technology in line with relevant industry standards relating to, but not limited to, the following:• Metering checks; • Pyranometer checks; • Fault alarm;• Data software maintenance; • Cleaning of solar pv panels; • Inverter checks;Disposal:Where appropriate, the Supplier Alliance Member shall ensure that any equipment from an incumbent contract or end of an existing contract are decommissioned and disposed in line with appropriate environmental standards.

Value: 800000000
Published: 2022-12-01
Deadline: 2023-01-18
800000000 2022-12-01 2023-01-18
Access to a DPS for Sustainable and Ethically sourced Works/Construction projects (including professional services) delivering decarbonisation, biodiversity, energy efficiency, estate management and social value in local communities
UK GATESHEAD BISHOP WILKINSON CATHOLIC EDUCATION TRUST

Education Commercial Services (ECS) are seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of ethically and sustainably sourced Construction, Works and Professional Services from a wide range of suppliers who can make a positive impact on the environment and our communities whilst managing the increasing risk of modern slavery in their sectors.When applying to the DPS suppliers, are required to indicate which categories they are applying for, in order to be invited to the relevant competitions. Customers will use the categories to shortlist appointed suppliers and invite them to further competitionThe three (3) categories compromise of:• Service Category• Geographical Location• Additional Capabilities

Value: 1000000000
Published: 2022-12-01
Deadline: 2027-12-29
1000000000 2022-12-01 2027-12-29
Greener Futures Partnership Decarbonisation Framework
UK Hampshire Abri

Value:
Published: 2022-11-29
Deadline:
2022-11-29
Access to a DPS for Sustainable and Ethically sourced Works/Construction projects (including professional services) delivering decarbonisation, biodiversity, energy efficiency, estate management and social value in local communities
UK GATESHEAD BISHOP WILKINSON CATHOLIC EDUCATION TRUST

Value:
Published: 2022-11-29
Deadline:
2022-11-29
Collections review for nationally sponsored cultural organisations and independent and local museums
UK Caerdydd / Cardiff Llywodraeth Cymru / Welsh Government

The aim of the contract is to deliver a 12 month review to improve collections management, reduce costs for cultural organisations, support decarbonisation of collections storage, and improving access for researchers and the public. The estimated value for the contract is GBP 180,000 to GBP 205,000 exc. VAT (maximum contract value of GBP 246000 inc. VAT).This review will consider collections management (both digital and physical) across the sector, including identifying urgent priorities for capital investment to improve collections storage, plus longer term options that will safeguard collections for the future, maximise good practice and potentially reduce the cost burden. This work will also look at the feasibility for and options around shared, co-located or distributed models of storage, plus ways of making collections more accessible e.g. through open access stores or research centres.This activity would include the sponsored national cultural bodies (National Library of Wales, Amgueddfa Cymru and the Royal Commission of Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales) Cadw (the Welsh Government’s historic environment service), the four regional Welsh Archaeological Trusts and those who wish to participate from the c.100 Accredited and working towards Accreditation local and independent museums.

Value: 246000
Published: 2022-11-14
Deadline: 2023-01-09
246000 2022-11-14 2023-01-09
EPAIS22 - Asset Improvement and Sustainability Framework
UK Ashwellthorpe Eastern Procurement Limited

This Framework procurement is for those Contractors who can provide the work under this framework which will consist of but not limited to: 1. Kitchen Installations 2. Bathroom Installations3. Disabled Adaptation Works4. Electrical Rewires/Upgrades/Repairs/Installations and Testing. 5. Repointing and associated works. 6. Insulation works including but not limited to; roof insulation, External Wall Insulation, Cavity Wall Insulation, Heating Pipework insulation, Draught proofing works. 7. Estate Improvement works. 8. Decarbonisation works such as; building energy management improvements, lighting improvements, renewable energy installations and improvements, glazing improvements, heating improvements and other related works. Please note these works may be subject to grant funding.9. Day-To-Day and Back-Log Repairs and Voids10. Structural Works

Value: 156210320
Published: 2022-11-12
Deadline: 2022-12-23
156210320 2022-11-12 2022-12-23
REVISED Communicating effectively on the heat transition
UK Edinburgh University Of Edinburgh

The aim of this research is to explore and recommend key considerations and approaches to communication to increase awareness and understanding amongst Scottish homeowners of the heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency improvements they will need to make to their properties over the coming years.

Value: 40000
Published: 2022-11-07
Deadline: 2022-11-24
40000 2022-11-07 2022-11-24
The Energy Service framework 2023-2027
UK Cardiff Llywodraeth Cymru / Welsh Government

Welsh Government invites tenders for a place on a four year framework, split into two lots. Lot 1 will cover Energy Services and Lot 2 will cover Carbon Emissions Reporting. Suppliers will have the opportunity to bid for one or more lots.This is a replacement framework for the Energy Service Framework which was first established in March 2018. The aim of the new Energy Service Framework is to create a revitalised framework that builds in flexibility to incorporate additional decarbonisation actions in the future.Lot 1 covers the Energy Service and will incorporate technical advice, financial guidance, grant management, and the sharing of best practice with public sector and community enterprises on the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, while building capacity and capability in others.Lot 2 covers Carbon Emissions reporting and will support the carbon reporting obligations for the public sector, a supplier with relevant technical knowledge is needed to manage and support the public sector community of practice, regularly update the reporting tool and guidance, collate and report on annual data submissions and make recommendations to the Welsh Government based on data submitted by public sector bodies.A four year no commitment framework will be awarded, with an annual call-off of varying value as needed. It is intended that a single supplier will be awarded to each lot.Flexibility is needed to ensure the Energy Service is able to adapt to changing priorities and growth in the relevant Welsh Government policy areas, as well as innovation in low carbon technologies, and changing market conditions.Call off requirements are to be agreed with the successful contractor annually, following their submission of a delivery plan, which should address the required outputs specified by the contracting authority.The service will provide support to Welsh Government on development of policy and operational activities, linking in with other programmes, for example in health, local government and education.

Value: 30000000
Published: 2022-10-12
Deadline: 2022-11-16
30000000 2022-10-12 2022-11-16
Demand Management and Renewables
UK Liverpool Crown Commercial Service

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as the Authority intends to put in place a collaborative agreement for the provision of goods and services relating to Demand Management and Renewables. This DPS has been established to support Public Sector (both Central Government and Wider Public Sector) decarbonisation and Carbon Net Zero targets. The new agreement will support a number of routes to market for a wide range of industries from solar to heat pumps. The level of services offered will include: Design and Feasibility study Installation services Maintenance and Servicing Purchase only Decommissioning services Full end to end service If you are successfully appointed to the DPS following your submission you will be invited by customers (buyers) to submit tenders for relevant services through a call for competition. This DPS remains open for any supplier to request to participate throughout the duration of the DPS. CCS reserves the right to reduce, extend or terminate the DPS period at any time during its lifetime in accordance with the terms set out in the DPS contract.

Value: 800000000
Published: 2022-09-28
Deadline: 2026-11-27
800000000 2022-09-28 2026-11-27
Retrofit and Decarbonisation Works
UK Gateshead THE ASSOCIATION OF NORTH EAST COUNCILS LIMITED

NEPO are using an Open procedure for the procurement of this Framework Agreement for Retrofit and Decarbonisation Works.Lot 1 of the Framework Agreement and will provide a turnkey solution for the whole deployment of low carbon retrofit programmes on behalf of the Contracting Authority within domestic and non-domestic properties using available funding.It is NEPO's intention to include sub-lots for domestic and non-domestic provision, each sub-lot will be awarded to a maximum of five suppliers.Tenderers will be evaluated in accordance with the award criteria contained within the Invitation To Tender (ITT) documents.

Value: 300000000
Published: 2022-09-27
Deadline: 2022-10-31
300000000 2022-09-27 2022-10-31
Invitation To Tender For the Supply and Installation of Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers in West Suffolk
UK BURY ST EDMUNDS West Suffolk Council

West Suffolk Council (WSC) is a district council covering a population of 179,900 (2021) which has six market towns: Brandon, Bury St Edmunds, Clare, Haverhill, Mildenhall and Newmarket.West Suffolk Council has committed to net zero emissions by 2030 and has begun its works to reduce the emissions from its buildings, operations, and activities. West Suffolk Council recognises that Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming mainstream within our society and that the authority will need to play a part in the roll out of infrastructure to support this new technology. EVs form a vital part of the decarbonisation plans and are at the core of plans for cleaner air both in Suffolk and at a national level.West Suffolk Council are the principal owner and controller of car parking within many of our major towns and as such we are planning to provide both a rapid/ultra-rapid charging (50kW+) provision for each town, and a good level of 7-22kW chargers across our long-stay spaces within each town. The objectives of the procurement are: • To secure value for money services• To provide EV drivers with a uniform experience when using charging infrastructure in West Suffolk owned car parks and assets.• To encourage EV uptake among residents by means of providing a clear, reliable, affordable, easy to use, and accessible level of charging provision within West Suffolk. We want customers to be confident they understand what they are paying for, that the chargers will work when they need them, and they are supported when something doesn’t work as expected• To enable the transition to low emissions vehicles within WSC’s fleet which is key in working towards its net zero carbon emissions goal by 2030• To build a good working relationship with a charge point supplier and operator (CPO) over the next 15 years (contract is 10+2+2+1)• To provide chargers that are accessible to all users in terms of space for wheelchairs, height of units, managing cables, and screen and information readabilityThere are two lots, Lot 1 is for our private depot sites, Lot 2 is for public charging. If you would like to submit bids for both lots, please complete two quotation forms. We would encourage CPOs to enter submissions for both lots.Funding for Lot 1 will be through the workplace charging scheme and internal funds. Funding for Lot 2 will be through ORCs/LEVI and contributions from CPOs.

Value: 1100000
Published: 2022-09-02
Deadline: 2022-10-07
1100000 2022-09-02 2022-10-07
COV - Heat Decarbonisation Detailed Design and Investment Proposals
UK Coventry Coventry City Council

Coventry City Council are seeking to appoint a consultant to produce detailed design and investment proposals for heat decarbonisation, as part of the Low Carbon Skills Fund (LCSF). The scope of works is to undertake the Detailed Designs and Financial Costing for the delivery of heat decarbonisation for the 11 Public Buildings listed in Appendix C, to support the Council in transitioning towards Net Zero. This will involve the full evaluation of the most appropriate solution to remove the use of fossil fuels in the building including equipment specification, project costing, investment case development, associated planning documentation preparation and delivery funding bid support. It is expected that these detailed designs will provide information commensurate with RIBA Stage 4 and with sufficient detail to enable the procurement of the proposed scheme.

Value: 200000
Published: 2022-09-01
Deadline: 2022-09-30
200000 2022-09-01 2022-09-30
M5 Junction 10 Improvements Scheme
UK Gloucester Gloucestershire County Council

BackgroundGloucestershire faces significant challenges to achieve its vision for economic growth. AJoint Core Strategy (JCS) – a partnership between Gloucester City Council, CheltenhamBorough Council and Tewkesbury Borough Council was formed to produce a co-ordinatedstrategic development plan to show how the region will develop during the period up to2031. This includes a shared spatial vision targeting 35,175 new homes and 39,500 new jobsby 2031. Major development of new housing (c.9,000 homes) and employment land(c.100ha) is proposed in strategic and safeguarded allocations in the West and North Westof Cheltenham, much of which lies within Tewkesbury Borough Council. This, in turn, islinked to wider economic investment, including a government supported and nationallysignificant Cyber Park adjacent to GCHQ, predicted to generate c.7,000 jobs.The M5 J10 improvement scheme (Scheme or Project) is critical to achieving the vision setout above. The Scheme was also identified by Highways England in the Birmingham to ExeterRoute Strategy as being critical to: (a) maintaining the safe and efficient operation of the M5corridor; and (b) enabling the planned development and economic growth around Cheltenham, Gloucester and Tewkesbury.A Business Case for the Scheme was submitted in March 2019 to the Housing InfrastructureFund, wherein the investment case was made. Funding was awarded successfully by HIF inMarch 2020.Further general information regarding background to the Scheme and its current status inthe project lifecycle can be found at the following web link:-www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/J10Scheme Objectives• Support economic growth and facilitate growth in jobs and housing by providing improvedtransport network connections in west and north-west Cheltenham.• Provide the transport connections and network capacity in west and north-westCheltenham to facilitate the delivery of housing and economic development sites allocatedor safeguarded in the Joint Core Strategy.• Provide a transport network in the west and north-west Cheltenham area with the levels ofservice, safety and accessibility to meet current and future needs.• Deliver a package of measures which is in keeping with the local environment , minimisesany adverse environmental impacts and meets GCC’s ambition on sustainable growth,decarbonisation and net bio-diversity net gain.• Provide greater connectivity between Highways England’s Strategic Road Network (M5)and the transport network in west and north-west Cheltenham.• Provide a more integrated transport network by providing opportunities to switch to moresustainable transport modes within and to west, north-west and central Cheltenham.The Authority is conducting the procurement using the restricted procedure in accordance with the requirements of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102) (PCR 2015) for the purpose of procuring the services and works described in the Scope.Interested parties must complete the selection questionnaire (SQ), which seeks responses in relation to their technical capacity and professional ability, as well as their economic and financial standing. The Authority will evaluate the SQ responses and select the 5 highest ranking qualified candidates to proceed to the Tender stage.Gloucestershire County Council manages opportunities online via the following e-procurement portal: www.supplyingthesouthwest.org.uk. All interaction with Gloucestershire County Council in respect of this tender must be conducted through this system through Project ID DN618078 which can be found through the following link:https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert/Index?advertId=609d96d8-1314-ed11-8117-005056b64545Planned TimetablePublicat

Value: 200000000
Published: 2022-08-05
Deadline: 2022-09-16
200000000 2022-08-05 2022-09-16
DPS for Energy Efficiency & Decarbonisation Retrofit Works, Services & Supplies
UK Yeovil Advantage South West

ASW Members can run mini-competitions from the DPS for their decarbonisation requirements.Current Members of Advantage South West are Abbeyfield Sidmouth, Abri, Coastline Housing, Cornwall Housing, Cornwall Rural Housing Association (CRHA), East Devon District Council, Exeter City Council , Homes in Sedgemoor, LiveWest, Magna Housing, Mid Devon District Council, North Devon Homes, Ocean Housing, Plymouth Community Homes, SHAL, Somerset West and Taunton Council, Teign Housing, TorVista, Westward Housing. Any further organisations that join ASW will also be able to access the framework. Members of other consortia such as Westworks, Efficiency East Midlands and South Eastern Consortium can access this framework. This Contract Notice is therefore placed on behalf of those future members too. Names of potential contracting authorities who may wish to access the framework can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/current-registered-providers-of-social-housing http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapLocationSearch.do?mode=1.1&map=9. Interested companies can access documentation at www.advantageswtenders.co.uk.

Value: 2000000000
Published: 2022-07-30
Deadline: 2032-10-01
2000000000 2022-07-30 2032-10-01
DPS for Energy Efficiency & Decarbonisation Retrofit Works, Services & Supplies
UK Yeovil Advantage South West

The initial set up of the DPS will be Round 1 in the www.advantageswtenders.co.uk ProActis system. The closing date for submissions for the initial setup is 10am on 26th September 2022.

Value:
Published: 2022-07-29
Deadline:
2022-07-29
PfH Asset Decarbonisation & Retrofit Solutions DPS
UK Stirling Procurement for Housing Ltd (t/a PfH Scotland)

Procurement for Housing seeks to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System for Asset Decarbonisation and Retrofit Solutions, providing a singular solution for our membership to design, assess and deliver their net zero ambitions. The DPS includes provision for goods, works and services and is open to social housing providers and the wider public sector (https://procurementforhousing.co.uk/permissible-users/across) across Scotland. The opportunity has been divided into nine categories as follows:1 PAS Services2 Net Zero Technical Consultancy3 Primary Measures - Fabric First4 Secondary Measures – Net Zero Technologies Installation and Maintenance5 Whole House Retrofit6 District Infrastructure and Systems Installation and Maintenance7 Net Zero Materials Supply8 Net Zero Technology Solutions9 Retrofit Training AcademyOrganisations can apply apply to become qualified suppliers in one or more lots. At the invitation to tender stage PfH Members will define the requirements including tender requirements and specification, delivery model, pricing model and form of contract.

Value: 950000000
Published: 2022-07-28
Deadline: 2022-08-25
950000000 2022-07-28 2022-08-25
PfH Asset Decarbonisation & Retrofit Solutions DPS
UK Stirling Procurement for Housing Ltd (t/a PfH Scotland)

Procurement for Housing seeks to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System for Asset Decarbonisation and Retrofit Solutions, providing a singular solution for our membership to design, assess and deliver their net zero ambitions. The DPS includes provision for goods, works and services and is open to social housing providers and the wider public sector (https://procurementforhousing.co.uk/permissible-users/across) across Scotland. The opportunity has been divided into nine categories as follows:1 PAS Services2 Net Zero Technical Consultancy3 Primary Measures - Fabric First4 Secondary Measures – Net Zero Technologies Installation and Maintenance5 Whole House Retrofit6 District Infrastructure and Systems Installation and Maintenance7 Net Zero Materials Supply8 Net Zero Technology Solutions9 Retrofit Training AcademyOrganisations can apply apply to become qualified suppliers in one or more lots. At the invitation to tender stage PfH Members will define the requirements including tender requirements and specification, delivery model, pricing model and form of contract.

Value: 950000000
Published: 2022-07-26
Deadline: 2022-08-25
950000000 2022-07-26 2022-08-25
Asset Decarbonisation and Retrofit Dynamic Purchasing System (E,W,NI)
UK Warrington Procurement for Housing

Provision of PAS accredited services for both domestic dwellings (PAS 2035:2019) and non-domestic buildings (PAS 2038:2021). Services will predominately be for of PAS 2035:2019, including one of the following retrofit roles: Advisor, Assessor, Coordinator, Designer and Evaluator. These services will cover industry standardised energy efficient assessment, measurement, and reporting/reflection.

Value: 950000000
Published: 2022-07-24
Deadline: 2022-08-23
950000000 2022-07-24 2022-08-23
Asset Decarbonisation and Retrofit Dynamic Purchasing System (E,W,NI)
UK Warrington Procurement for Housing

This Framework may be used by any contracting authority listed in or referred to in the FTS Notice. This includes: All current members of PfH at the time of the FTS notice for this procurement; Any registered provider of social housing (or Welsh registered social landlord ,or Scottish registered social registered social landlord) that becomes a member of PfH during the period of the DPS; Any public authority (as defined in the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for public authorities in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and UK-wide public authorities based in Scotland, or as defined in the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 for Scottish public authorities) that becomes a member of PfH at any time during the period of the DPS; Any local authority (as defined in the Local Government Act 1972 for public authorities in England and Wales or as defined in the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 for Scottish local authorities or as defined in the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1972 for local authorities in Northern Ireland) that becomes a member of PfH at any time during the period of the DPS; Any housing Arm's Length Management Organisation (ALMO) that becomes a member of PfH during the period of the Framework Agreement; Any wholly owned subsidiaries of any of the above Organisations; educational establishments and any other contracting authority listed on the following page of the PfH website : http://procurementforhousing.co.uk/permissible-users/ at the time of the FTS notice for this procurement.

Value:
Published: 2022-07-23
Deadline:
2022-07-23
Energy Performance Contracts
UK London Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Network Rail (NR) owns, operates, and develops Britain’s railway infrastructure. That is 20,000 miles of track, 30,000 bridges, tunnels and viaducts and the thousands of signals, level crossings and stations. We manage 20 of the UK's largest stations while all the others, over 2,500, are currently managed by the country’s train operating companies.NR are undertaking a Decarbonisation/ Energy Efficiency Programme across a range of built assets in all Regions. We have already completed over 150 energy audits so far and identified significant potential to reduce carbon and energy use. Network Rail Route Services have national targets to achieve carbon and energy reductions in their operations as outlined in our Environmental Sustainability Strategy. An overview of Network Rail scope of activities may be found on our web site (https://www.networkrail.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NR-Environmental-Strategy-FINAL-web.pdf).To contribute to the achievement of these aims, Network Rail intend to award contracts as a result of this procurement to qualified and capable Energy Services Companies (ESCo’s and the Suppliers under the Framework resulting from this procurement) to provide proposals as part of a call off of services from Suppliers on the Framework Agreement for the provision of Energy Performance Contract (EPC) services. An EPC is a form of financing for capital improvements which allows for funding of energy upgrades from cost reductions. Under an EPC arrangement the Supplier implements a project to deliver energy efficiencies and/or a renewable energy project and uses the stream of income from the cost savings, or the renewable energy produced, to repay the costs of the project, including the costs of the investment and cost of financing. The purpose of this procurement is the competitive selection of up to three Suppliers for Framework Agreement award.Network Rail’s portfolio of buildings consist of offices, stations, depots, route operating centres, electrical control rooms, signalling centres and other operational infrastructure as detailed in Property Description in Annex 1. Most properties in this portfolio will be optionally covered by the Framework contract. It is intended that Network Rail will regularly release batches of property for EPC activities throughout the term of the Framework Agreement. EPC services may be requested for any location in Network Rail property portfolio in all parts of Great Britain.The Network Rail property portfolio is managed by 5 regional organizations, supported by centralised functions in the Authority. This framework contract will be awarded by the central commercial and procurement teams acting on behalf of the Authority and the regional organisations. The exact number of and type of properties for EPC consideration during the term of the Framework Agreement will be dependent on Network Rail’s discretion, operational constraints and the Suppliers’ capability.

Value: 40000000
Published: 2022-07-09
Deadline: 2022-08-05
40000000 2022-07-09 2022-08-05
Provision of Study Services to Net Zero Technology Centre Limited - Energy Hub Project, Scope Four
UK Aberdeen Net Zero Technology Centre Limited

The purpose of Scope 4 is to determine the potential size of an E-Fuel market based on the area approx. 100 miles surrounding an energy hub that could be used to decarbonise various sectors, in addition to the Marine sector and Oil and Gas assets, studied elsewhere. This work will build on [Ref 1] and focus on contrasting locations and demands of an energy hub, not related to Marine or Oil and Gas asset decarbonisation, with the view to maximising decarbonisation by analysing the commercial viability of e-fuels for specific sectors within Scotland. The study will at a high level suggest how the creation of a specific e-fuel may affect the whole value chain, in terms of feedstock, utilisation and waste streams.

Value:
Published: 2022-06-30
Deadline: 2022-07-15
2022-06-30 2022-07-15
Technical Support(Call-off) - Industrial Heat Decarbonisation Opportunities
UK Stirling Zero Waste Scotland Ltd

Zero Waste Scotland wishes to appoint a Contractor for the provision of technical support to industrial and other key stakeholder organisations in the development stages of industrial heat decarbonisation projects identified by Zero Waste Scotland as appropriate.

Value: 150000
Published: 2022-06-22
Deadline: 2022-07-27
150000 2022-06-22 2022-07-27
SCC - DM Sustainable Warmth & Decarbonisation of Housing in Surrey
UK Reigate Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council requires the services of a managing agent to deliver schemes in Surrey which lead to the decarbonisation of housing in order to meet the net zero carbon target for Surrey as well as the outcomes and benefits listed in 2.4 below. The duration of the contract is for three years with the potential to extend for a further two years. The scope of the contract has the potential to be delivered across all housing tenures however specific schemes may be restricted to certain tenures.The services included in the contract includes the Sustainable Warmth programme, which is made up of the Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery (GHGLAD) 3 and the Home Upgrade Grant (HUG)1 as well as other potential housing decarbonisation schemes.The objectives include;• Tackle fuel poverty by increasing low-income homes’ energy efficiency rating and reducing their energy bills – a key principle of the Fuel Poverty Strategy 2021.• Deliver cost effective carbon savings to carbon budgets and progress towards the UK’s target for net zero by 2050.• Support clean growth and ensure homes are thermally comfortable, efficient, and well-adapted to climate change.• Support economic resilience and a green recovery in response to the economic impacts of Covid-19, supporting thousands of jobs.

Value: 75000000
Published: 2022-06-18
Deadline: 2022-07-18
75000000 2022-06-18 2022-07-18
UKRI-2128 - Evaluation of UK Battery Infrastructure to Support Rapid Scale up of Battery Material and Cell Technologies
UK Swindon UK Research and Innovation

The UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Faraday Battery Challenge (FBC) is a Government initiative that is enabling the decarbonisation of the UK’s transport sector whilst ensuring that the UK prospers from this transition. Established in 2017, the FBC has been designed to create an effective research, innovation and scale-up ecosystem that can deploy advancements in battery technology and secure a battery manufacturing base in the UK. This is being delivered through its three pillars: the Faraday Institution (FI), Innovate UK and the UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC).This evaluation will assess the existing UK battery infrastructure available to UK PLC in the development of battery materials and cells, including academic institutions, private organisations offering contract services and open-access facilities. The existing available infrastructure will be assessed against current and likely future candidates for research/commercialisation in both battery materials and cell technologies to assess where there are gaps in support for companies progressing from lab  pre-pilot  pilot  gigascale. The technologies to be assed have already been defined by an earlier study. Different scenarios will be developed for a government funded open-access facility which addresses materials scale up, cell-level scale up, and/or both to meet the gaps identified, and maximise cost benefit to the UK. The different scenarios will be evaluated to understand likely workflows for different technologies over a 5-15 year time horizon to understand how such facilities could be used and to further evaluate the cost-benefit of building infrastructure to support certain technologies at certain scales. As a secondary point, use by organisations outside of the UK and the global importance of such a facility in attracting foreign direct investment into the UK should be considered. The outputs of this report may be used as guidance for the formation of the scope and evaluation of bids on infrastructure to be built as part of the next phase of the Faraday Battery Challenge.The main aims of the tender exercise are to produce a report to:•Identify if there is a gap in UK scale up support that could be serviced by a battery, materials and/or cell scale up facility•Clearly define any gap in terms of technology, scale, equipment and facility requirements, in addition to type and quantity of work predicted over a 5-15 year timescale•Determine whether single or multiple facilities would be best placed to fill this gap through a series of scenarios•Understand the cost-risk profile of supporting scale up of specific technologies•Understand the limitations and challenges of building such a facility •Understand if a facility that meets the needs of the UK could be of international importance, potentially attract foreign direct investment into the UK, and de-risk investments into supporting specific technologies

Value: 200000
Published: 2022-06-15
Deadline: 2022-07-20
200000 2022-06-15 2022-07-20
Provision of Study Services to Net Zero Technology Centre Limited - Energy Hub Project, Scope Four
UK Aberdeen Net Zero Technology Centre Limited

The purpose of Scope 4 is to determine the potential size of an E-Fuel market based on thearea approx. 100 miles surrounding an energy hub that could be used to decarbonise varioussectors, in addition to the Marine sector and Oil and Gas assets, studied elsewhere. This workwill build on [Ref 1] and focus on contrasting locations and demands of an energy hub, notrelated to Marine or Oil and Gas asset decarbonisation, with the view to maximisingdecarbonisation by analysing the commercial viability of e-fuels for specific sectors withinScotland. The study will at a high level suggest how the creation of a specific e-fuel mayaffect the whole value chain, in terms of feedstock, utilisation and waste streams.

Value:
Published: 2022-06-10
Deadline: 2022-06-24
2022-06-10 2022-06-24
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