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Netherlands-Arnhem: Certification services
Contract notice – utilities
Section I: Contracting entity
Main address: http://www.tennet.eu
Address of the buyer profile: https://platform.negometrix.com/PublishedTenders.aspx?tenderid=139027
Section II: Object
TenneT Offshore Grid — Certifying Authority Basic Design 2GW HVDC Offshore Stations
TenneT has committed a FEED study to develop a standardized basic design for its future 2GW HVDC offshore stations. These platforms will be of a typical topside and jacket design, and will be located in the Dutch sector of the North sea.
The platform will be designed in accordance with Dutch Law and design codes typically applicable in the Dutch Sector, generally following DNVGL rules. The certification of the basic design shall be carried out in accordance with DNVGL ST0145 and DNVGL SE0073.
The goal of this Tender is to contract a party for the certification of the basic design.
In case basic design has not been finished in time, TenneT might decide to extend this contract.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Contracts with an estimated value below the European thresholds do not fall under the scope of the European directives. As the total estimated value of the contract is expected to be far below the threshold for European tendering, the used tender procedure will be ‘limited tendering’. We have invited 3 parties to participate in this tender procedure.
Closing date for submission of tenders will be 20.1.2020 11 a.m. (CET)
The reason for publication of this tender at TED and TenderNed is a possible cross border interest of parties. On the basis of case law of the European Court of Justice, contracts with a clear cross-border interest must still be put out to tender in accordance with European procurement law principles (non-discrimination, transparency, etc.). For this reason, assignments with a cross-border interest must be disclosed with ‘an appropriate degree of publicity.’ With this publication TenneT is of the opinion that it fulfills this obligation.