EPC tender notice published for 3 leisure centres
06th February, 2015
Dublin City Council and Codema have published a public tender notice on 5th February 2015 to carry out energy upgrades in three leisure centres by way of an Energy Performance Contract (EPC).
An EPC is a contract that is awarded to an Energy Service Company (ESCo) to deliver guaranteed energy savings within a building and in turn, these savings help to cover the cost of carrying out the works. Through the EPC process, work will be carried out in Ballymun, Finglas and Markievicz Sports and Fitness Centre in the most cost-effective manner possible, while also enabling each building to become more energy-efficient and help the council to meet public sector energy targets.
The sucessful candidate will provide Dublin City Council with a contractual guarantee of achieved savings and return on investment. For the purposes of this contract, Dublin City Council proposes to enter into a competitive dialogue procurement process (for which candidates must pre- qualify). Dublin City Council is seeking to identify the most appropriate energy conservation measures for all three buildings in question that will secure guaranteed improved energy performance outcomes. The energy conservation measures will be implemented by means of an EPC for which the candidate will provide an energy performance guarantee to Dublin City Council.Back