The New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has established a panel of energy service suppliers to deliver retrofit energy and water implementation services, provide integrated energy solutions and renewable energy efficiency projects for a variety of public buildings and infrastructure across New South Wales.
Additional details of the panel is available at: https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/government/energy-efficient-program.htm
Suppliers who have already attained prequalification through the OEH Tender_561 refresh are to only nominate their capabilities according to Tender_561 outcomes.
The Applicant must complete all steps of the application process by answering all mandatory questions. Once all questions have been answered, submit your application online.
*It is recommended that the applicant submit the application from a generic/proxy email address (such as tenders@###.com) that the relevant people in your organisation will have access to. Tendering opportunities will be sent to the email address that submitted the application.
Prequalification TypesEnergy Efficiency Services Panel
The provision of energy efficiency and renewable energy services.
DocumentsTerms and Conditions
The Applicant must identify its areas of substantial expertise by nominating the categories in which it is seeking prequalification.Energy Efficiency Services
E01. Energy Performance Contracts (EPC)
The service provider implements a comprehensive project and guarantees energy savings. EPCs deliver turnkey services, which is a specialised service that ensures the design and implementation of a comprehensive project, from the initial energy audit through Monitoring and Verification (M&V) of project savings. The achievement of the savings is guaranteed by the provider.
E02. Energy Design and Implementation Services (EDIS)
A streamlined auditing process for simpler projects such as lighting upgrades and solar installations and does not guarantee energy savings. EDIS also deliver turnkey solutions, but without requiring the guarantee on savings that is embedded in a typical EPC. EDIS utilises a streamlined auditing process making the EDIS approach more suited for less risky projects and for consolidated technologies.
E03. Solar PV and Battery Storage
Rooftop solar photovoltaic installation services and the provision of battery storage.
E04. Lighting and Lighting Controls
Provision of lighting and lighting controls.
Energy Efficiency Services Panel Questionnaire
The Applicant must answer the following questions based on the prequalification type they are applying for
Energy Efficiency Services Panel Status
If you wish, provide details of your organisation, it's services and product offerings relevant to the panel as advertising and marketing material in the form of a pamphlet, brochure or flyer (etc.) for agency customers. If attaching more than one document, merge these together as one file.
Applicants are to maintain current insurance policies for Public Liability, Products Liability, Professional Indemnity and Workers Compensation in accordance with the Panel Terms and Conditions, and otherwise where required by law. The Name of the Insured organisation that is stated on the policy must be the Applicant’s legal entity name provided in full of the associated ABN that is on the application of this scheme.
$20 million Public Liability Insurance is the mandatory minimum for the panel. Attach a current copy of the brokers certificate of currency for Public Liability Insurance and provide the insurance expiry date.
$20 million Products Liability Insurance is the mandatory minimum for the panel. Attach a current copy of the brokers certificate of currency for Products Liability Insurance and provide the insurance expiry date.
$10 million Professional Indemnity Insurance is the mandatory minimum for the panel. Attach a current copy of the brokers certificate of currency for Professional Indemnity Insurance and provide the insurance expiry date.
NSW Workers Compensation insurance is mandatory for prequalification of the panel. Upload a current certificate of currency for Workers Compensation Insurance and provide the insurance expiry date.