The Council of the Isles of Scilly proposes an exploration of opportunities for a district heat network on St. Mary's to facilitate the authority in generating income, supporting and growing businesses and ensuring a safe and clean environment and identify potential projects that could help to deliver our ambition to meet 40% of islands' energy demand through renewable energy sources by 2025.
The services required include:
Undertake an energy mapping and modelling study of the proposed area to identify potentially useful heating, cooling and power demand loads and potentially useful heat supply opportunities for the purposes of heat network scheme development .
Use the outputs of energy mapping to inform the development of an energy master plan for the proposed area which identifies, evaluates and prioritises any potential heat network scheme opportunities.
To assess local opportunities for deploying heat network, including sources of heat generation, and develop a strategy to create commercially and technical viable solutions in the boundary area including local residential opportunities.
Priority should be given to study work and plan development on establishing a district heat network project for the area focusing on the Local Authority's own income generation within the master planning exercise.
Consideration should also be given to the Local Authority owned or operated buildings within the study area to improve the tenants' energy security and resilience against rising energy prices.
PLEASE NOTE - A Revised ITT Document and Selection Questionnaire, along with a log of clarifications questions and the Authority's response has been added on 6th January 2017. A further clarification log has been added 18th January 2017 which includes a revised contract document.
PLEASE NOTE - The Deadline has been extended until 27th January 2017 at 16:00 GMT.