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  • Notice Summary
    UK-London: Hydrogen Powered Train - Route to Enter into Service
    GB003ZM300467
    Rail Safety & Standards Board Ltd
    26 June 2019
    23 July 2019
    Contract Notice - Other
  • Notice Abstract

    The GB rail industry is being called upon the replacement of all diesel-only trains by 2040 aiming to reduce carbon emissions. Currently, Hydrogen powered trains offer an attractive, lower carbon/zero carbon, alternative to the existing diesel trains. Any new hydrogen rolling stock seeking to be introduced will face the same challenge of proving that they are safe to enter service, and the process for demonstrating this capability has yet to be defined. RSSB, as an independent body, has been approached to help develop a solution agnostic ‘route map to enter service’. The high-level objectives of this work are to: • Inform specific design solutions of hydrogen powered trains by a sound understanding of operational considerations and safety risk • Determining what standardisation is needed • Clarify route to market from a safety and compatibility perspective with the GB network.

  • Notice Details

    CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

    SERVICES

    1 Authority Details

    1.1

    Authority Name and Address


    Rail Safety & Standards Board Ltd

    N/A

    London


    UK

    Tanja Odinsen

    N/A

    Tanja.Odinsen@rssb.co.uk

    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

    Hydrogen Powered Train - Route to Enter into Service

    2.2

    Description of the goods or services required

    The GB rail industry is being called upon the replacement of all diesel-only trains by 2040 aiming to reduce carbon emissions. Currently, Hydrogen powered trains offer an attractive, lower carbon/zero carbon, alternative to the existing diesel trains.

    Any new hydrogen rolling stock seeking to be introduced will face the same challenge of proving that they are safe to enter service, and the process for demonstrating this capability has yet to be defined. RSSB, as an independent body, has been approached to help develop a solution agnostic ‘route map to enter service’.

    The high-level objectives of this work are to:

    • Inform specific design solutions of hydrogen powered trains by a sound understanding of operational considerations and safety risk

    • Determining what standardisation is needed

    • Clarify route to market from a safety and compatibility perspective with the GB network.

    2.3

    Notice Coding and Classification

    2.4

    Total quantity or scope of tender

    Estimated Value of Requirement: Category I: 50K to 100K Currency: GBP

    Period of Work Start date: 15/08/2019

    Period of Work End date: 20/12/2019

    3 Conditions for Participation

    3.1

    Minimum standards and qualification required

    4 Administrative Information

    4.1

    Type of Procedure

    The procedure type is unknown.

    4.2

    Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

    T1172

    4.3

    Time Limits

       23-07-2019  Time 16:00

    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://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-GB-London:-T1172-Hydrogen-Powered-Train---Route-to-Enter-into-Service/8GF2235348

    Deadline for Expression of Interest: 23/07/2019 at 16:00 hrs

    (MT Ref:300467)

    5.2

    Additional Documentation

    5.3

    Publication date of this notice

     26-06-2019