The Scot-Government is seeking to appoint a managing agent for its flagship £200 million energy-efficiency programme to combat fuel-poverty – which affects 25% of Scottish households
It wants to secure a contract for the delivery of a new national energy assistance scheme (NEATS) as part of its fuel poverty programme due to start in 2015.
The HEEPS scheme (Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland) is centred around the installation of insulation, heating and micro-generation measures in the homes of households who are identified as living in fuel poverty.
St Andrew’s House wishes to appoint a single managing to be responsible for managing the’ customer journey’ – which includes identifying the measures which are suitable for the dwelling, carrying out a technical survey, installing the measures, arranging a post-installation inspection and arranging billing of the Scottish Government and the customer.
The deadline for tenders is 12 January 2015. The contract will be let in 24-month phases, with options to extend or renew up to a maximum programme life of five years.
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