The Driving the Electric Revolution (DER) is an Innovate UK (IUK) Challenge program to support UK industry to seize the economic opportunities from the global transition to clean technologies and electrification. The programme will help businesses across numerous sectors including transport, energy, construction and agriculture to invest and work together to capitalise on the UK's strengths in this technology. As part of that program, Newcastle University has been awarded a large grant to establish a new DER Innovation Centre (DER-IC) in the North East of England. The NE DER-IC will concentrate on the prototyping and scale-up of power electronics and electric motors. This tender is focussed on the power electronics aspect and specifically the purchase of relevant equipment to pick and place components on a wide variety of substrates and printed circuit boards. The scope is for the supply, delivery, and commissioning of the equipment as detailed in the Invitation to Tender document, with after sales support, a minimum 12 months parts and labour warranty and maintenance. This should include on completion of installation a complete set of operating and maintenance documents. This requirement was only being advertised to all Sellers appointed to Lot 1: Pick and Place of (NU/1609) Power Electronics Manufacturing Dynamic Purchasing System.
Procurement Services, Kingsgate
Contract value: 200000
Published: 20 Apr 2021, Receipt by: 18 Jan 2021
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