Specifically designed to meet the needs of housing associations, local authorities, schools, NHS trusts, and blue light organisations, the framework will support the design and delivery of energy efficiency measures, combining contracts that can deliver thermal fabric improvements, heating and renewables, power as well as building management systems.
Firms can bid for spots on two lots.
Lot 1, hoped to be worth £500m, will provide solutions for whole-house retrofit, including fabric insulation, ventilation, renewable technologies, and improvement works.
Lot 2 has been designed to provide a ‘whole building approach’ to non-domestic buildings.
Providing geographical coverage across the UK down to a regional and local level, the framework is also suitable for housing associations and local authorities benefiting from any public sector funding, such as phase 3 of the Local Authority Decarbonisation Scheme.
Peter Francis, director of operations at Fusion21 said: “Set for launch in January 2022, we’re delighted to be bringing a dedicated decarbonisation offer to the market, developed in response to member and supply chain feedback.
“There is an increased focus on energy efficiency in the public sector, and our members are working hard to deliver against a zero-carbon agenda. This framework builds upon the renewable and energy efficient solutions we already have available, offering a combination of works on a much larger scale.”
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