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LCE Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Michael Wood Head of Procurement, Haringey Council & Project Director 18 April 2007.

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1 LCE Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Michael Wood Head of Procurement, Haringey Council & Project Director 18 April 2007

2 LCE Energy Project: Implementation Stage Partners London Boroughs Energy Group London Contracts and Supplies Group Society of London Treasurers Office of Government Commerce energywatch

3 July 2004: LB Haringey asked – How can we demonstrate best value on our energy contracts? October 2004: Bid submitted to LCE Management Board for Energy Procurement Review Project July-Nov 2005: Data collected for LCE Energy Procurement Review March 2006: Joint LCE and SECE Energy Procurement report published Sept 2006: Project Board for implementation stage formed Nov 2005: OGC Energy Efficiency Team formed Oct 2006: Pro5 group of consortia formed May 2006: National energy Procurement Action Group (PAG) formed Feb 2007: Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Published LCE Energy Project: Timetable against Gas Price

4 Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Overview Designed to help authorities identify the areas where they need to improve

5 Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Section A – contract information To provide a picture of the contract landscape across London

6 Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Section B – Actions and self assessment Data Quality Procurement Financial Management Monitoring & Targeting Performance Indicators

7 Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Section C – Questions for authorities To help the project team target resource effectively To identify opportunities for peer support across London

8 Self Assessments Completed self assessments should be returned to the project office by: 30 th April 2007

9 Why self assess? To enable you to identify areas requiring improvement within your authority Returning the completed self assessment will allow the project board to assess the overall picture within London, identifying the areas of need and target resource accordingly The self assessment aspect of the action plan WILL NOT be used to create league tables, but rather to target resource and support across the course of the project

10 Programme Management The project office at Haringey will monitor progress across the course of the project March 06 (energy review report published) March 07 (action plan published) Sept 07 (mid way through implementation) March 08 (target end date for project) The London average for each action will be published after each self assessment, so authorities can measure their progress

11 Haringeys Experience March 2006 Bottom quartile in the energy procurement review report Traditional fixed price tenders 1200 invoices processed manually each month No interface between bills and financial systems Internal recharges processed manually Only 10% of NHH electricity bills checked

12 Haringeys Experience March 2007 Managed flexible contracts Over 90% invoices processed electronically via EDI & interfaced with financial system (SAP) for payment Internal recharges created automatically by TEAM Bureau and sent to services Transparency of billing queries 100% bills checked by bulk bill checker using parameters set by Haringey

13 Haringeys Experience The benefits: Projected savings for this year £320,000 on billing administration and procurement strategy Next steps Monitoring & Targeting Data quality – meter reading project Water billing and management

14 Implementing the Action Plan Support Targeted workshops PAG How To Guide Peer support Case Studies

15 Implementing the Action Plan Barking & Dagenham Brent Bromley Croydon Enfield Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith & Fulham Harrow Hounslow Islington Kensington & Chelsea Kingston upon Thames Lambeth Newham Redbridge Sutton Waltham Forest Wandsworth Authority project contacts not supplied by:

16 Project Website Information about the project Download copies of reports Action Plan FAQs Will contain case studies and best practice guides

17 Project Website

18 Get involved…. Join the steering group Submit case studies for website Volunteer to provide peer support to other local authorities

19 Project Contact Details Project Manager Susie Owen – LB Haringey Website

20 LCE Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Question & Answer Session 18 April 2007

21 LCE Local Government Energy Procurement Action Plan Lunch 18 April 2007


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