LondonEnergy spends money with more than 500 suppliers and contributes significantly to both the local and national economies.
All goods, services and works above a particular value are supplied through open competition unless there are justifiable exceptional circumstances. This ensures equality, transparency, and fairness for all suppliers and supports sustainability, innovation, accountability, and improved value and efficiency while managing risk effectively.
Public Procurement Process
LondonEnergy is a private company wholly owned by the North London Waste Authority. Therefore, we must ensure compliance with procurement legislation, including the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, by offering an equitable and compliant approach to contract opportunities.
LondonEnergy is also subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
A key objective of all public procurement work is to achieve the best overall value. This is achieved through a combination of whole life costs and quality – not just the lowest price.
LondonEnergy’s policy is that the best overall value should be obtained while ensuring contracts meet the business's operational needs, as well as tests for affordability and the management of risk.
Contracts that are subject to compliance with EU Directives are published online through the:
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