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PS22019 Mapping potential scale of global demand-side emissions reductions

The final date and time for the submission of bids is Wednesday 16th February 2022 at 14:00 DO NOT apply directly to the buyer. All tender information MUST be submitted through the Delta eSourcing Portal. Brief Description of Requirement Aims and Objectives of the Project The aim of this research is to better understand the relative contribution of green choices to the achievement of increasingly ambitious levels of emissions reduction, at different geographical scales. We have a good understanding of supply side mitigation: the availability of technology over time, technology costs and associated emissions reduction potential. We need to develop a solid understanding of the emissions reduction potential of green choices at the global scale: at the level of adoption of new low carbon technologies, and the level of using energy, technologies or services more efficiently (deployment) and barriers to take-up and deployment. The aims of this project are to understand: 1.The relative contribution of green choices to global emissions reductions. a.Assumptions surrounding the take-up and deployment of new low carbon technologies in key existing global emissions pathways and scenarios. b.The pinch points and risks to the emissions savings of new low carbon technology at both adoption and deployment levels including impact on global markets and supply chains and risks of carbon emissions outsourcing and identification of potential unintended consequences. 2.How green choices, their availability and accessibility, and likelihood of buy-in and uptake vary in different geographic and socioeconomic contexts including, for example, country to country or city vs. national scales and the associated size of emissions reductions. We are interested in both a backward-looking and forward-looking assessment, in terms of what has been done where and whether there are socio-economic or regional trends in this, to what could be done where in future. We are also interested in notable examples that illustrate a potential for 'scale-up'. Please ensure you review all attached information to ensure a full understanding of this requirement. All attachments can be found with the Document Uploads tab within the Delta eSourcing Portal. This contract will be awarded based on the evaluation criteria as set out in the ITQ document. How to Apply UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS) will be using the Delta eSourcing Portal for this procurement. To register on the Delta eSourcing portal please use the link https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ and follow the instructions to register. If you are already registered on the Delta eSourcing Portal and wish to participate in this procurement, please use the link: https://www.delta-esourcing.com/ and the follow the instructions to 'Log in' Once you are logged into the system you will be able to link yourself into this procurement using the Access Code: KJ3P72A9H9

Contact:

Karl Oakley
ProfessionalServices@uksbs.co.uk
Polaris House, North Star Avenue
SWINDON
SN21FF
England
01793 867000
www.uksbs.co.uk

Contract value: 20000

Published: 3 Feb 2022, Receipt by: 16 Feb 2022