We have been named a supplier on the RM6313 – Demand Management and Renewables (DMR) Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) Agreement.
Through this DPS we can provide our products and services to any public sector organisations to help them achieve their energy and sustainability goals.
The DMR DPS is due to replace the RM3824 Heat Networks and Electricity Generation Asset (HELGA) DPS which has recently been extended to run until November 2023; until then public sector organisations can procure our services via either DPS.
Organisations within the public sector looking to advance their energy efficiency and sustainability strategy can use RM6313 DMR DPS to access our suite of advanced energy management products and services. These include our range of consultancy services, across Net Zero and Carbon Reduction, energy management, tenant billing solutions and Bureau.
RM6313 allows for contracts up to 7 years and requires us to maintain our Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation, meaning we continue to be committed to protecting ourselves and our customers against online security threats.
Speaking about TEAM joining the DMR DPS, Pete Morrell, Sales Manager said:
We understand the kind of financial pressures public sector organisations are under with the increased cost of living and rising energy bills. Through the use DMR DPS, organisations can gain access to energy and sustainability management services more easily and at a reduced cost.
As a supplier on this DPS, we are pleased to support businesses as they work towards their net zero goals and meeting industry compliance without it significantly impacting their resources.
Our people partnership approach to working alongside customers to deliver energy and carbon emissions reduction, means that for organisations without the time or means, they can still achieve considerable cost savings and resource relief.
In addition to becoming a supplier on the Demand Management and Renewables DPS, we have been named as a supplier on the CCS G-Cloud 13 Framework to offer our cloud-based services to the public sector. G-Cloud 13 allows organisations to procure digital services cost-effectively via the digital marketplace.
The RM6313 DMR is one of the means by which Crown Commercial Services (CCS) provides public sector customers with an alternative route to procuring energy management services. CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers. CCS can help organisations save money and time through simple and easy purchasing processes and provides access to a wide range of suppliers. It provides organisations in the public sector with an opportunity to gain end-to-end energy management support to ensure they are able to meet their compliance and certification needs and build a successful and optimised energy management service.