Colloide selected as supplier to ETL’s Net Zero Carbon Delivery Framework

Colloide has been selected as an approved supplier to a Net Zero Carbon Delivery Framework developed by Essentia Trading Limited (ETL).  

ETL is a subsidiary wholly owned by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and profits are invested back into the NHS. In 2018, ETL supported over 25 NHS Trusts with NHS Energy Efficiency Fund (NEEF) applications and the delivery of successful projects. [1] 

ETL’s Net Zero Carbon Delivery Framework provides a one stop shop for UK public sector bodies such as central Government departments and executive agencies, NHS Healthcare Trusts, educational establishments, fire and rescue services, social care bodies, housing associations, local authorities, police authorities and public corporations looking an expedited and compliant avenue to implement low/zero-carbon technologies and energy solutions. Although it is primarily aimed at public sector organisations, private sector bodies can also use the agreement to find suppliers. 

Why the ETL Framework?

  • Free to access 
  • Flexible approach 
  • Project support 
  • Specification support 
  • Contract support 
  • Direct award and mini-competition options 
  • Fully compliant public sector procurement 
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Colloide will help on the ETL Framework for the delivery of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme – Lot 2 Heating and renewable.

Colloide are delighted to win the ETL framework. We look forward to working with ETL and forming robust partnerships with framework delivery partners and participating organisations. By learning from each other and sharing our experiences we can collectively push towards a net zero future.” – Stacey Drennan, Business Development Manager.  

This framework award aligns with Colloides company wide sustainability goals. As part of this, Colloide has an impressive track record in carbon reduction, improving building energy efficiencies and cutting costs, having completed projects such as Bunhill 2 Heat and Power and recently awarded Viking Energy Network Jarrow. 

The framework works in line with the UK’s net zero commitment of 2050 and early interest and take up show that public sector organisations are taking this obligation seriously.  

“ETL’s Zero Carbon Delivery framework helps remove complexity and provides a faster route to market for technologies that will help meet sustainability goals. – Alexandra Hammond, Sustainability Director at ETL.