Procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21 has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its new £750m decarbonisation framework.
50 specialist firms, including SMEs and multinational suppliers, are on the four-year framework which features ‘Lot 2 Decarbonisation of Public & Education Buildings (worth up to £250 million)’ developed for the blue light sector to access, as it continues to implement low carbon solutions and work towards the Government’s ambitious 2050 net zero goals.
Supporting the design and delivery of energy efficiency measures, Lot 2 offers a ‘whole building approach’ to non-domestic buildings in UK, including fabric, renewables, building management system and controls, and improvement works.
Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21, said, ‘Developed using member and supply chain feedback; this framework will support the sustainability agenda of the blue light sector as it continues to deliver zero carbon facilities that meet the future requirements of the emergency services, while also benefiting staff, service-users and the wider community.
“With the option to incorporate into existing asset management strategies or apply to complex multi-measure schemes, this offer builds upon the renewable and energy efficient solutions we already have available, and will help members to work towards environmental targets, developing their own net zero roadmap, reducing emissions and maximising cost savings.”
As with all of Fusion21’s frameworks, the Decarbonisation Framework enables Fusion21 members to deliver social value to their communities, aligned to their organisational priorities and members will also benefit from working with an experienced team of technical procurement experts.