The AoG contract for the supply of Electricity and associated services (referred to as the Electricity contract) is split into a two stage process.
Stage one involved a competitive tender to establish a panel of suppliers in December 2011.
The Electricity contract was awarded to five suppliers for both large sites -usually Time of Use (TOU) meters, and small sites referred as non-TOU or Non-Half Hour (NHH) meters.
Stage two involves inviting the five suppliers on the panel to submit pricing for a pre-determined number of participating agencies and their specified sites (Installation Control Points or ICPs). This is known as a Tranche, and is run twice a year or on demand.
|Cost Category||Public Utilities and Public Sector Related Services|
|Contract Type||All-of-Government (AoG)|
|Important Dates|| |
Contract commencement - 23 December 2011
First term end date - 23 December 2016
Renewals - Two rights of renewal of two years' each
|Lead Agency||Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) |
New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP)
|Lead Agency Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Supplier Contact Details||Check inSource|
|Buyer's guide||Currently in development, contact the COE for more information.|