GB-london: carbon based CfD study
Competitive Contract Notice
1. Title: GB-london: carbon based CfD study
2. Awarding Authority:
Low Carbon Contracts Company Ltd
Fleetbank House, 2-6 Salisbury Square, London, EC4Y 8JX, United Kingdom
Tel. 02072118598, Email: email@example.com
Contact: Carol Lin, Attn: Carol Lin
3. Contract Type: Services
Sub Type: Research and development services.
4. Description: Energy-efficiency consultancy services. Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research and development consultancy services. Research consultancy services. Development consultancy services. LCCC is looking for a specialist advisor that can formulate different design options for a Carbon based CfD, refine these for the purpose on the power sector and run power sector analysis to tease out possible impacts of a Carbon based CfD.
5. CPV Codes:
71314300 - Energy-efficiency consultancy services.
73000000 - Research and development services and related consultancy services.
73200000 - Research and development consultancy services.
73210000 - Research consultancy services.
73220000 - Development consultancy services.
6. NUTS Codes :
UKI - LONDON
7. Main Site or Location of Works, Main Place of Delivery or Main Place of Performance: LONDON,
8. Reference Attributed by the Awarding Authority: CRN2020-013
9. Estimated Value of Requirement: Category J: 25K to 50K
10. Deadline for Expression of Interest: 17/02/2020 12:00:00
11. Address to which they must be sent:
12. Other Information:
Other Information: 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.
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Suitable for VCO: No
Period of Work Start date: 02/03/2020
Period of Work End date: 06/04/2020
Is this a Framework Agreement?: no