U.K. seeks bids for renewable energy, including hydro, ocean

The United Kingdom’s Environment Agency seeks proposals to supply renewable energy to 311 sites in England’s Midlands Region. Responses are due February 13, 2008.

The agency said renewable energy is needed for sites such as offices, depots, pumping stations, gaging stations, and other facilities. It issued a similar request in 2006 for 100 sites in northeastern England. (HNN 10/25/06)

The sites are identified as “sub100kWh sites” with estimated total consumption of 4.24 million kWh per year.

Energy can come from any combination of hydropower, wave power, tidal energy, biomass, landfill gas, sewage gas, farm and forest residue, wind, solar, and geothermal sources. The 12-month contract does not require construction of any on-site generation.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below until noon January 10, 2008. Proposals are due by noon February 13, 2008.

For information, contact The Environment Agency, Midland Procurement, Kevin Legge, Trentside Offices, West Bridgford, UK-Nottingham NG2 5FA United Kingdom; (44) 121-7115953; Fax: (44) 115-8463785; E-mail: kevin.legge@environment-agency.gov.uk; Internet: www.environment-agency.gov.uk.

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