Decisions for issue Energy Procurement Strategy - Award of Supply Contracts

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Energy Procurement Strategy - Award of Supply Contracts

16/07/2019 - Energy Procurement Strategy - Award of Supply Contracts

RESOLVED: That the Committee agreed -

 

1.To grant delegated authority to the Executive Director Economy,  Environment & Culture to procure and enter into call off contracts using the Crown Commercial 261 Services framework for the Supply of Energy and Ancillary Services (RM6011) as follows:

 

(i)    a call-off contract for Half Hourly and non-Half Hourly electricity and ancillary meter management and automatic meter reading data services with a maximum term of four years; and

(ii)  a call-off contract for gas and ancillary meter management and automatic meter reading data services with a maximum term of four years

(iii)  evaluate the comparison prices between an 100% Green tariff and a Brown tariff make a decision based on the environmental as well as economic objectives of the City Council,prioritising Green energy within existing energy budgets

(iv)  evaluate the various ‘basket’ options including fixed and flexible pricing and the length of the contracts in consultation with the respective budget holders and make a decision based on the environmental as well as economic objectives of the City Council, prioritising fuel-efficient and ‘green’ options within existing energy budgets

 

2.That any future review of energy supply contracts should explore an energy procurement strategy that supports local community energy providers.


 


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