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Notice Summary

Title:
UK-Worthing: Adur & Worthing Councils Project SmartHub (OJEU)
Document Ref:
GB003ZM337368
Document Type:
Contract Notice - Restricted Procedure
Published By:
Adur & Worthing Councils
Date Published:
30 July 2020
Deadline Date:
02 September 2020
Document Source:
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No
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Notice Abstract

Adur & Worthing Councils Project SmartHub The authority proposes to engage in a competitive process to appoint a contractor for the provision of managing the Design and Build (including obtaining planning permission), installation and maintenance of the Solar PV carports, battery storage facility and EV chargers for the duration of the contact. It is anticipated that the arrangement would last for a maximum of 25 years (subject to the provider’s business case) and during this time the ownership of the equipment would sit with the provider until the end the contract term when all equipment would revert to the freeholders. The installation would be paid for by the provider/tenderer on the basis that they would then enter into an agreement with Adur & Worthing Councils who would buy the energy produced from the sites for the duration of the contact at a price below the standard market rates. This agreement would be based on a PPA model at no cost to the Council. The Council has identified 6 sites for Project SmartHubs to be delivered: Beach House Car Park, High Street MSCP, Buckingham MSCP, Pond Road CP, Worthing Crematorium and Worthing Civic CP - new multi storey car park. Project SmartHubs will draw on the authority’s commitment, experience and local networks to demonstrate how different approaches to generating, sharing and using renewable energy, heat and energy for transport can be seamlessly integrated. Nature and extent of works: Installation Solar PV carports across Adur & Worthing car park estate, supply PV to generate an approximate range of 18Kw min to 250kw max of electricity across 6no. sites. Installation at 1 of the 6 sites above to include 1 battery storage facility to capture and store the electricity produced by the PV, approximate size of battery energy storage system 300Kw/h min. We would also be looking to install 13no. EV chargers (7no fast charger 22Kw, 6no. rapid charger 50kw) that would be distributed throughout the 6 sites. The metering arrangements for each technology need to be carefully considered to ensure that energy from all three technologies is captured at source. The contract would also include for Operation & Management and Maintenance for the duration of the contract. The provider is to manage the Design and Build (including obtaining planning permission), installation and maintenance of the above for the duration of the contact. Nature and quantity or value of supplies: The goods installed would need to meet the energy demand over the duration of the contact. The provider should allow for an estimate of replacement parts in order to maintain effective energy production for the duration of the contact, to be stated within your proposal (minimum performance guarantee likely to be included within any tender) The EV chargers will need to meet the performance requirements of the West Sussex County Council (WSCC) EV strategy (further detail can be provided) All products to be certified for commercial operation on publicly accessible sites. Nature and extent of services; description of the agreement Council anticipates to set up with the economic provider: The installation above would be paid for by the provider/tenderer on the basis that they would then enter into an agreement with AWC who would buy the energy produced from the sites for the duration of the contact at a price below the standard market rates. (no cost to the Counicl this would be based on a PPA model) The EV chargers would also be paid for by the provider/ tenderer (no cost to the Council) the provider is then to setup an operating model that they can charge the end user directly for the electricity they use to charge their vehicle. The EV chargers would also look to utilise the energy generated by the PV Carports and this would then be offset by the provider charging the customer direct for the EV charge (based on the WSCC EV strategy setup) The Battery Energy Storage System primary role i

Notice Details

CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

SERVICES

1 Authority Details

1.1

Authority Name and Address

Adur & Worthing Councils
N/A
Worthing UK
N/A N/A
N/A

1.2

Address from which documentation may be obtained

As in 1.1

1.3

Completed documents must be returned to:

As in 1.1

2 Contract Details

2.1

Title

Adur & Worthing Councils Project SmartHub (OJEU)

2.2

Description of the goods or services required

Adur & Worthing Councils Project SmartHub

The authority proposes to engage in a competitive process to appoint a contractor for the provision of managing the Design and Build (including obtaining planning permission), installation and maintenance of the Solar PV carports, battery storage facility and EV chargers for the duration of the contact.

It is anticipated that the arrangement would last for a maximum of 25 years (subject to the provider’s business case) and during this time the ownership of the equipment would sit with the provider until the end the contract term when all equipment would revert to the freeholders.

The installation would be paid for by the provider/tenderer on the basis that they would then enter into an agreement with Adur & Worthing Councils who would buy the energy produced from the sites for the duration of the contact at a price below the standard market rates. This agreement would be based on a PPA model at no cost to the Council.

The Council has identified 6 sites for Project SmartHubs to be delivered: Beach House Car Park, High Street MSCP, Buckingham MSCP, Pond Road CP, Worthing Crematorium and Worthing Civic CP - new multi storey car park.

Project SmartHubs will draw on the authority’s commitment, experience and local networks to demonstrate how different approaches to generating, sharing and using renewable energy, heat and energy for transport can be seamlessly integrated.

Nature and extent of works:

Installation Solar PV carports across Adur & Worthing car park estate, supply PV to generate an approximate range of 18Kw min to 250kw max of electricity across 6no. sites.

Installation at 1 of the 6 sites above to include 1 battery storage facility to capture and store the electricity produced by the PV, approximate size of battery energy storage system 300Kw/h min.

We would also be looking to install 13no. EV chargers (7no fast charger 22Kw, 6no. rapid charger 50kw) that would be distributed throughout the 6 sites.

The metering arrangements for each technology need to be carefully considered to ensure that energy from all three technologies is captured at source.

The contract would also include for Operation & Management and Maintenance for the duration of the contract.

The provider is to manage the Design and Build (including obtaining planning permission), installation and maintenance of the above for the duration of the contact.

Nature and quantity or value of supplies:

The goods installed would need to meet the energy demand over the duration of the contact.

The provider should allow for an estimate of replacement parts in order to maintain effective energy production for the duration of the contact, to be stated within your proposal (minimum performance guarantee likely to be included within any tender)

The EV chargers will need to meet the performance requirements of the West Sussex County Council (WSCC) EV strategy (further detail can be provided)

All products to be certified for commercial operation on publicly accessible sites.

Nature and extent of services; description of the agreement Council anticipates to set up with the economic provider:

The installation above would be paid for by the provider/tenderer on the basis that they would then enter into an agreement with AWC who would buy the energy produced from the sites for the duration of the contact at a price below the standard market rates. (no cost to the Counicl this would be based on a PPA model)

The EV chargers would also be paid for by the provider/ tenderer (no cost to the Council) the provider is then to setup an operating model that they can charge the end user directly for the electricity they use to charge their vehicle.

The EV chargers would also look to utilise the energy generated by the PV Carports and this would then be offset by the provider charging the customer direct for the EV charge (based on the WSCC EV strategy setup)

The Battery Energy Storage System primary role is to feed the EV chargers with excess solar generated electricity and dynamically manage any grid constraints; the battery will be capable of providing grid services including frequency response. This would also be paid for by the provider/ tenderer (no cost to the Council)

The above arrangement would last for a maximum of 25 years (subject to the providers business case) and during this time the ownership of the equipment would sit with the provider until the end the contract term when all equipment would revert to the freeholders.

All the installations need to feed into a Virtual Power Plant via a commercial aggregator of the providers choosing.

As far as already known, anticipated time-frame for delivery or provision of products:

Contract/lease in place with Adur & Worthing Councils - October 2020

Site surveys analysis and planning - October - December 2020

Fabrication - January - March 2021

Installation - April - June 2021

2.3

Notice Coding and Classification

2.4

Total quantity or scope of tender

Contract Start : 09 November 2020

Contract End : 31 October 2045

3 Conditions for Participation

3.1

Minimum standards and qualification required

4 Administrative Information

4.1

Type of Procedure

Dual stage – Candidates must first pass a selection procedure before being invited to tender or negotiate.

4.2

Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

P0023-2020

4.3

Time Limits

   02-09-2020  Time 12:00

4.5

Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up

EN 

4.6

Tender Submission Postbox

5 Other Information

5.1

Additional Information

Please visit the following portal to view this notice:

https://in-tendhost.co.uk/adur-worthing/aspx/ProjectManage/302

SDate documents can be requested until: 02 Sep 2020 12:00 hrs

(MT Ref:337368)

5.2

Additional Documentation

5.3

Publication date of this notice

 30-07-2020

Current Notes