Valencia City Council has launched its first PPI process, aiming to improve the energy efficiency of the Central Fire Station as part of the CEPPI project. The city, through the Fire Service and the Las Naves Foundation, has announced a market sounding prospectus and preliminary market consultation aimed at generating a space for technical dialogue with all economic and innovation agents who want to participate.
The procurement is intended to improve the Fire Station facilities, as well as increase the wellbeing of a 24/7 workforce. The consultation will test what the current market can offer and obtain the feedback of professionals and technical experts in the sector in order to better shape the subsequent call for tender. A supplier information day is planned for February 27 in the Central Fire Station. Alongside this, a PIN has been published in Tenders Electronic Daily and a video released that explains the needs and background to the procurement.
CEPPI is a 3-year project aimed at saving at least 33GWh/year and developing the capacity of public authorities to implement innovation procurement solutions for energy-related projects.
For more information, visit the Las Naves Foundation website.