Procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21 has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its national Energy Efficiency Framework — worth up to £250m over a four-year period.
A total of 68 specialist firms — including 83% SMEs — have secured a place on the framework which has been developed to support public sector organisations (including local authorities and housing associations) to deliver energy efficiency improvements to both domestic and non-domestic buildings.
Offering seven lots, the framework covers external and internal wall insulation, the design, maintenance and installation of domestic and non-domestic solar photovoltaic systems, battery storage, electric vehicle charging points, solar carparks and LED lighting, plus cladding replacement.
Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21 said: “We’re committed to helping our members to achieve energy efficiency outcomes and having listened to both market and member feedback, we’ve developed this flexible procurement solution to support sustainability goals — including reduced carbon emissions and increased cost savings.
“These benefits contribute to the government’s wider decarbonisation agenda and will also positively impact upon the carbon footprint of organisations, the wider environment and residents living in domestic properties.
“Offering access to both larger contractors and SMEs, this framework provides flexible call off options; regional coverage and will also facilitate local delivery. In addition, members can also choose to tailor social value delivery to their organisational priorities and will be supported by our team of technical procurement experts.”
Fusion21 is a membership organisation, helping public sector organisations to procure smarter across the built environment. To date the firm has saved more than £226m through the procurement process, created 6,500 jobs and generated more than £84m of social impact.
Successful suppliers appointed to Fusion21’s national Energy Efficiency Framework:
|A C Whyte & Co Limited||Boyd Brothers (Fauldhouse) Limited||ECO-GEE Ltd||H.E.C Contracting Limited|
|Aberla Services Limited||Breyer Group PLC||Ecolution Group Limited||Jackson Jackson & Sons Limited|
|Active Maintenance Solutions Limited||Carroll Build Limited||Energy Conservation Solutions Limited||Jefferies Contractors Limited|
|Amber Construction Services Limited||Chris Bartholomew Electrical Contractor Limited||Energystore Limited||Joju Limited|
|AMP EV Ltd||Citrus Electrical Ltd||ENGIE Regeneration Limited||Lawtech Group Limited|
|Aran Services Ltd||CLC Contractors Limited||Everwarm Limited||LSUK Lighting Limited|
|Arc Group London Limited||Combined Facilities Management Ltd||F.S.H. (Group) Limited||Mi-space (UK) Limited|
|Architectural Decorators Limited||Crystal Electronics Limited||FES Support Services Limited||MP Group UK Limited|
|Avonside Group Services Limited||D + B Facades UK Limited||Fortem Solutions Ltd||Mulalley & CO. Limited|
|Bayview Contracts Limited||Dodd Group (Midlands) Limited||Grant Store Limited||Niblock Builders Limited|
|Blue Build Energy Ltd||E.on Energy Solutions Limited||Guildmore Limited||NRT Building Services Group Limited|
|O’Kane Plumbing & Electrics Limited||Sovini Property Services Limited||Yorkshire Energy Services CIC|
|Osborne Energy Limited||SPIE Limited||ZLC Energy Ltd|
|Photon Energy Limited||SRS Works Limited|
|Pilon Limited||Sustainable Building Services (UK) Limited|
|Piperhill Construction Limited||The Casey Group Limited|
|PK Murphy Construction Ltd||Union Technical Services Ltd|
|Procast Energy Services Ltd||United Living (South) Limited|
|Robert Heath Heating Limited||UT Power Limited|
|Rothwell Plumbing Services Limited||Vallectric Limited|
|SERS Energy Solutions Limited||Westdale North Limited|
|Solar Advanced Systems Ltd||Westville Limited|
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