Aberla Energy appointed to Procure Plus’ Low Carbon DPS Framework
Aberla Energy has been selected by Procure Plus for a place on its Low Carbon Framework. Aberla will be providing their specialist energy infrastructure services for Procure Plus’ public and private sector clients.
Procure Plus is a national, commercial, not-for-profit company which specialised in the procurement of goods and services related to the repairs and maintenance of social housing.
The framework will provide a procurement route for the survey, design and installation of low-carbon technology solutions to public and private sector properties across the North West, and is in place until December 2021.
Aberla Energy will be providing its expertise in delivering a turn-key solution for renewable generation technologies, including solar PV and air source heat pumps (ASHPs). This includes initial feasibility, design, supply, install, commissioning and aftercare maintenance.
The works will form part of the Homes as Energy Systems (HAES) project, partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Procure Plus has secured over £10m of funding, so partners such as Aberla can install energy efficient technologies to over 700 properties in Greater Manchester.
Mark Ingham, Aberla’s managing director said, “The team is delighted to have been awarded the place on Procure Plus’ DPS framework. The HAES project will make a real difference to the residents of Greater Manchester. Aberla is proud to be involved.”
Improving existing premises has been labelled essential to the Government’s plan to achieving net zero, frameworks like these will enable renewable technologies to be more readily available as the nation is transitioning to low-carbon energy usage.