Following a competitive tender process, procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21 has named the suppliers appointed to its national Decarbonisation Framework, worth up to £750 million.
Fifty specialist firms – including SMEs and multinational suppliers, have been awarded a place on the framework, developed for public sector organisations to access – including housing associations, local authorities, NHS trusts, blue light organisations and education providers.
The framework supports the design and delivery of energy efficiency measures, combining contracts that can deliver thermal fabric improvements, heating and renewables, power and building management systems.
The lot structure:
Lot 1: Whole-house Decarbonisation (worth up to £500 million) – provides solutions for whole house energy efficiency measures to PAS2035:2019 standards. Lot 1 includes various forms of fabric insulation, ventilation systems and renewable technologies, such as air source heat pumps and solar PV. The scope of the framework also permits property improvements to be carried out as part of the retrofit measures.
Lot 2: Decarbonisation of Public & Education Buildings (worth up to £250 million) – offers solutions for energy efficiency measures to non-domestic buildings in UK, including fabric, renewables, building management system and controls, and improvement works, with appointed suppliers committed to working to the new PAS2038:2021 standard.
Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21 said: ‘We are all conscious about the future and this framework will support Fusion21 members to deliver against an energy efficient and zero-carbon agenda, tailored to their requirements.
“From the decarbonisation of homes and neighbourhoods to energy efficient educational buildings and healthcare estates, or the development of zero carbon facilities for the emergency services, this offer further expands upon the existing renewable and energy efficient solutions we have available.
“Whether incorporated into existing asset management strategies or applied to complex multi-measure schemes, we can help members to develop their own net zero roadmap, reducing emissions, maximising cost savings and capitalising on achieving social targets – all while creating cleaner futures for invested stakeholders and the wider community.”
To view the full list of appointed suppliers click here.
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