Southampton Branded Energy Company

A Contract Award Notice
by SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL

Source
Contracts Finder
Type
Contract (Services)
Duration
5 year
Value
£0-£120M
Sector
ENERGY
Published
11 Jul 2019
Delivery
05 Feb 2018 to 04 Feb 2023
Deadline
03 Jan 2018 00:00

Concepts

Location

Geochart for 1 buyers and 1 suppliers

1 buyer

1 supplier

Description

The procurement will run from 09:00, 27th November 2017 1.1 Southampton City Council ("the Council") wants to establish a local energy tariff scheme to deliver a set of low-cost, high-value energy tariffs to residents and businesses, in particular microbusinesses, across the Southampton area. The key priorities will be to reduce unnecessary energy spend, tackle fuel poverty and support local energy generation. This will be known as the Southampton Tariff. 1.2 The Southampton White Label will be designed to complement the work Southampton City Council and its local and regional Endorsees already deliver via the social housing and private sector housing programmes and help deliver the key outcomes set out in the Southampton City Council Strategy (2016-2020) for improved start of life and later life outcomes for vulnerable residents and families, whilst giving residents more potential spending power to support the local economy. It will also help meet develop the Council's ambitions set out in the Southampton Low Carbon City Strategy 2011-2020. The Southampton Tariff will enable the Council to achieve these objectives on a cost neutral basis with income from the scheme covering all project management and marketing costs. 1.3 The Southampton Tariff will enable the Council to achieve these objectives on a cost neutral basis with income from the scheme covering all project management and marketing costs. 1.4 The Council, through the delivery of a Southampton Tariff, aims to offer Southampton householders and businesses the opportunity to purchase their energy from a locally trusted organisation that will: 1.4.1 offer residents and businesses access to lower cost energy; 1.4.2 provide excellent customer service; 1.4.3 ensure customers have easy to understand, more transparent energy bills; 1.4.4 develop smarter metering and billing technology; 1.4.5 provide a platform for the integration of Smart grid and low energy technologies; 1.4.6 stimulate and support local energy generation; and 1.4.7 improve competitiveness amongst small businesses.

Award Detail

1 Robin Hood Energy (Nottingham)

CPV Codes

  • 09300000 - Electricity, heating, solar and nuclear energy

Indicators

  • Contract is suitable for SMEs
  • Contract is suitable for VCOs

Other Information

Applicants will be required to apply via "Supply Southampton" website which can be accessed via, http://www.southampton.gov.uk/business-licensing/supply-council/supply-portal.as... where you can register your details and access documentation. All documentation including questionnaires must be completed and submitted by no later than the time/date indicated. The Council undertakes to use reasonable endeavours to hold confidential any information provided in the proposal submitted, subject to the Council's obligations under law, including the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If the applicant considers that any of the information submitted in the proposal should not be disclosed because of its sensitivity then this should be stated with the reason for considering it sensitive. The Council will then consider the sensitivity statement before replying to any request received under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Any enquiries regarding the tender process must be directed through the website to the Curtis Fitch System.

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