|RFx ID :||19045526|
|Tender Name :||Energy Management Services|
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|Open Date :||Wednesday, 20 September 2017 1:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Wednesday, 18 October 2017 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
Energy Management Services
|Alternate Physical Delivery Address :||tendersMGT@ird.govt.nz|
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Inland Revenue (IR) and Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) are seeking to procure Energy Management Services (EMS).
EMS have been provided by an external third party to IR and MPI for several years and both organisations have an on-going need for:
• supporting annual budgeting rounds;
• support in managing a portfolio of properties using specific industry knowledge, systems, capability and capacity;
• invoice validation and, where required, payment;
• advice on technical requirements for properties having/needing physical work/improvements;
• advice when/if switching electricity suppliers;
• seasonal changes, anomalies and reporting; and
• ad-hoc and related energy management requirements such as one off energy audits.
IR leases office space in 30 buildings around the country to accommodate its 5500 staff. Electricity and gas supply is measured by a variety of TOU (Time of Use) and non-TOU meters measuring a mix of IR tenanted floors or whole buildings, over about 45 ICP’s(Installation Control Points). Some electricity is on-charged by landlords, such as for after-hours air-conditioning. Most of the ICP’s are connected under All-of-Government (AoG) electricity and gas suppliers. IR’s annual consumption is approximately 8,300,000 kWh’s, including 300,000 kWh’s of gas.
MPI’s portfolio includes 43 active sites occupying 38,3221m²; 45 electricity accounts including 6 TOU and 39 non-TOU; and 4 non-TOU gas accounts. 12 accounts are recharged by landlords. MPI’s annual consumption is approximately 5,100,000kWh at a cost of $800,000. Similar to IR the majority of ICP’s are connected under the AoG electricity and gas contracts.
This is a partnership for procurement purposes only where the intention is to select the same supplier for both agencies. There will be separate contracts with the respective Agency and managed by separately by that Agency i.e. this is not a collaborative contract.
No Winner A contract has been awarded to SmartPower