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Procurement opportunity pipeline

To better advise industry, this page displays open and future procurement opportunities. Please note this procurement opportunity pipeline maybe subject to change without notice, where future tenders may not be issued or included in the pipeline.

Register your interest in any of the opportunities by completing our supplier registration form.

Suppliers invited to participate in a tender process are required to submit their response via our e-procurement system, Ariba.

For 'Registrations of Interest' please select request reason 'in response to an advertised opportunity'. For future tenders please select request reason 'for future opportunities that may eventuate' and list the tender name in the 'key goods/services provided' section.

Submitting a tender response

If you're invited to participate in a sourcing event, a Sourcing Specialist will send you an invitation email containing a hyperlink to Ariba.

Once you have logged into Ariba you will be guided through the process of submitting a response. If you require assistance, follow the ‘how to’ information within the system, or download a copy of our Ariba e-procurement system instructions.

If further information is required, you can contact Western Power by sending an email to our Ariba Specialist mailbox.

Online auctions

Suppliers may be invited to participate in an online auction during the tender process. To prepare for the online auction refer to the online auction bidders guide.

A demonstration online auction will be arranged prior to the live online auction. It is highly recommended that you participate in the demonstration online auction.

Registrations of Interest

The Project

We are seeking Registrations of Interest (ROI) from suitably qualified and experienced companies capable of providing Vehicle Body Building Services in the Perth Metropolitan area.

The Scope of Services include:

  • Manufacture, modification and repair of heavy vehicle bodies
  • Design, construct, and supply of specialised trailers, motor bodies, storage and racking systems
  • the coordination of sub-contract work relating to heavy vehicle body building services.

The Classes of Vehicles include:

  • Trucks
  • Crane Borers
  • EWPs
  • Trailers
  • Emergency Response Vehicles

The Scope of Works include:

The manufacture, modification and repair of vehicle body building services will include;

  • Vehicle sub frames and trays
  • Towbars, tow couplings and bull bars (including plastic smart bars)
  • Chassis wheelbase extensions and reductions
  • Fuel tanks
  • Basket boom rests
  • Steps and hand rails
  • Winch mountings
  • Tool boxes, lockers and ladder racks
  • Cab-mounted surf bars, rotary beacons and work lights
  • Chassis towing eye assemblies
  • Supply chequer plates and decks
  • Trailer manufacture and rebuilds or modifications
  • Manufacture and repair of plastic products
  • Other body building or specialised welding as required

To be considered, please register your interest by 30 September 2019 by emailing Eric Gordon referencing WS1891570686, and a questionnaire will be sent to you to complete for Western Power Review.

Please note that registering the opportunity does not guarantee that you will be invited to participate in a market event or become a supplier of Western Power.

The Project

Western Power is seeking Registrations of Interest (ROI) from suitably qualified and experienced companies capable of providing Autoelectrical services in both the Perth Metropolitan area and greater Southwest Integrated Network (SWIN) as required.

 

Scope Requirements

The Scope of Services shall include but not be limited to the following electrical requirements:

Including the supply, installation, repair and maintenance of the following:

  • All electrical systems and components on vehicles
  • Air Conditioning systems
  • Radio Remote Technology
  • Fibre Optic Systems
  • PLC Computer Control Systems
  • CAN BUS Systems
  • On Board Computer & GPS Systems
  • Recovery winches (isolation switch & remote control plug)
  • Rotary beacons L.E.D Type
  • Dual Battery Systems
  • Two Way and UHF radios to specs
  • 12 – 240 volt Invertors
  • Panasonic Tough Book Lap Top system to specs
  • Install Compressors
  • Reversing Camera Systems
  • Mobile Phone Hands Free Kits
  • Electric Trailer Brake Systems
  • Emergency LED lighting systems c/- sirens & control boxes
  • Hard Drive Recording systems with 4 cameras
  • GPS Tracking systems
  • Immobilizer systems
  • Central Locking Systems
  • Low voltage plugs / power outlets
  • 24 – 12 volt convertors
  • Mine site kits

We are interested in identifying suppliers that meet the following criteria:

  • Provide mobile and workshop based electrical solutions.
  • Be able to respond to needs in remote locations (including despatching technicians to site at short notice.)
  • Liaising with Fleet Management and Engineering to assist in providing solutions to electrical problems.
  • Design, manufacture, install and maintain Custom Control Panels.
  • Design, manufacture, install and maintain Radio Remote Technology (via wireless interface).
  • Through a Research & Development approach take concepts and design solutions through prototype testing to finished design, acceptance and certification to standards.

Registration

To be considered, please register your interest by 30 September by emailing Eric Gordon referencing WS1895557573, and a questionnaire will be sent to you to complete for Western Power Review.

Please note that registering the opportunity does not guarantee that you will be invited to participate in a market event or become a supplier of Western Power.

 

The Project

Western Power is seeking registrations of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations for the
design, supply, commissioning and maintenance of a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) for installation in the
Western Power’s low voltage (LV) network.

• The BESS will be connected to the LV distribution network and has been brand-named a “Community Battery”. Local LV customers will be offered the opportunity to export their excess photovoltaic (PV) generation to charge the community Battery when PV generation is at its highest and be able to discharge the stored energy during the evening peak.

• Due to nature of this application i.e. catering for specific network requirements and site locations, the storage capacity and site-specific requirements may vary. The factors that may change per installation include load lopping capability, storage of surplus generation, voltage control requirements, SCADA requirements and options to cater for physical site constraints i.e. civil/plinth design, fire and safety clearance requirements for maintenance and safe operation, earthing requirements, confirmation if fencing or restricted access is required and any other factors deemed critical to the site design.

• The BESS Warranty is contingent on the correct commissioning and maintenance of the BESS. The responsibility of these commissioning and maintenance aspects will be in the Supplier’s Scope of Work. In addition to meeting minimum functional, technical and performance requirements for the design and supply of the BESS, the Supplier will also be required to stipulate the commissioning and maintenance requirements of their BESS equipment and their capacity to meet the obligation associated with these installations.

• The BESS units will be between 100kW and 1.2MW capacity.

Please select one of the following if you wish to register an interest for this opportunity:

For new prospective suppliers to Western Power: please REGISTER your interest to be considered for the inclusion in a Request for Proposal (RFP) by completing the request form.

For existing Western Power suppliers registered on the Ariba Network: if you have previously submitted a
Western Power Registration Questionnaire in Ariba, please log into your Ariba Network account and revise your Questionnaire (see Proposals tab) to register your interest for this event by referencing the below ‘WS’ number and commodity code.

If you have not previously submitted a Western Power Registration Questionnaire or you are an existing Western Power supplier NOT registered on the Ariba Network, please email us to request a supplier registration nvitation.

Please complete this by 25 September 2019 and include the following details:

  • Category/Commodity: 2611
  • Reason for Request: Please select ‘in response to an advertised opportunity’;
  • Advertised event number(s): Please specify which advertised number(s) you are responding to: WS1879580162 Community Batteries – Design, Supply, Install, Commission & Maintain
  • Provide a brief description (less than 2500 characters) of key goods/services that can be provided including:
    • the areas of expertise relevant to the opportunity which must include more than 5 BESS installations connected to LV Networks;
    • Current and previous experience in undertaking similar projects on an electricity utility’s network;
    • Proposed works to be sub-contracted;
    • Brief summary of employees and equipment with physical location;
    • Brief detail of current Safety, Health and Environmental Management System;
    • Any other relevant information required

The Project

Western Power is seeking registrations of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations, for the Supply and Delivery of General Hardware items including, but not limited to, power tools, insulated and non-insulated hand tools, adhesive tapes, electrical items (non-network related) and general consumable hardware items.

 

Services required under the project would include but not limited to:

  • Repairs for Power Tools
  • Vending machines for high moving consumables

For existing Western Power suppliers:

To be considered, please register your interest by 01 October 2019 by emailing Freddy Williams at freddy.williams@westernpower.com.au referencing WS1433495745, and a registration request will be sent to you for completion upon which it will be reviewed by Western Power.

For new prospective suppliers to Western Power:

Please REGISTER your interest to be considered for the inclusion in a Request for Proposal (RFP) by completing the request form.

Please complete this by 1 October 2019 and include the following details:

  • Category/Commodity code: Please use the following Category/Commodity code in the form - 3116
  • Reason for Request: Please select ‘in response to an advertised opportunity’;
  • Advertised event number(s): Please specify which advertised number(s) you are responding to: WS1433495745
  • Provide a brief description (less than 2500 characters) of key goods/services that can be provided including:
    • the areas of expertise relevant to the opportunity which must include current and previous experience in undertaking the supply of General Hardware and repairs of power tools;
    • Proposed works to be sub-contracted;
    • Brief summary of employees and depot/distribution centre locations; and
    • Any other relevant information required

Future tenders

Service/product name

Service/product description

Anticipated tender release date

Mail and Communication Services Provision of mail and communication services (both digital and paper based). Services required under the project would include:
• Automated notifications via letter, email or mobile phone;
• Maintain online archives;
• Create and maintain templates; and
• Print and send out trade debtor invoices, overdue payment notices, credit notes, remittance advice, payslips etc.
September-2019
Helicopter Assessment and Audit Services The services include Desktop SHE management system assessments of Helicopter Service Operators, Operational Readiness Audits of the Helicopter Service Operators, Annual SHE compliance audits of the Helicopter Service Operators, consulting advice for incidents and Helicopter Service Operators’ scope and technical specification changes for the Helicopter Service Operators. September-2019
Personal Protective Clothing Supply and Delivery of personal protective clothing September-2019
ICT Infrastructure Managed Services Provision of ICT Infrastructure Managed Support Services for EUC (Desktop), Network, Server, Storage, Service Desk, Security and Service Operations. September-2019
Mobile Plant and Equipment Hire Provision of mobile plant and equipment hire services RFP September-2019
Fuses Supply and delivery of low voltage and medium voltage fuses October-2019
Powerbank Supply for Communities Development of a panel of Suppliers offering different sized solutions for the supply, delivery and installation of Powerbanks across the greater metropolitan area. These Powerbanks will support the individual communities in providing energy storage facilities for residential Customers. October-2019
General Hardware Supply and delivery of general hardware items including, but not limited to, insulated and non-insulated hand tools, adhesive tapes, electrical items (non-network related), and general consumable hardware items. October-2019
Standalone Power Systems Development of a panel of Suppliers offering different sized solutions for the supply, delivery and installation of Standalone Power Systems for remote network Customers. These Standalone Power Systems will support the individual Customers by providing a remote and reliable power source. March-2020
Substation Maintenance Services Supply, Deliver, Install and Maintain of minor/major/complex work on Western Power assets. Works include replacement, refurbishment, repair, relocation, condition monitoring, maintenance services on assets within Western Power substations. June-2020