Approved supplier status for AITL on G-Cloud 13 framework

Grace Martin, Head of Marketing, Advanced Infrastructure

Advanced Infrastructure are pleased to announce that they have been named as a supplier on the G-Cloud 13 framework under the Crown Commercial Service. 

Replacing G-Cloud 12, G-Cloud 13 will continue to provide a large variety of cloud based services from a range of suppliers across cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support.

Under the framework, Advanced Infrastructure have been successful in being approved as a supplier of Lot 2 Cloud Software.

As a result of being an approved supplier, UK government and public sector organisations will now have access to Advanced Infrastructure’s Local Area Energy Planning Tools, datasets and carbon data services, saving them the time and costs typically associated with a lengthy procurement process.

The Crown Commercial Service is the UK’s biggest public procurement organisation and the newly launched G-Cloud 13 framework builds on the benefits of the previous frameworks, providing access to multiple suppliers and cloud services, access to the latest cloud technology and innovation, as well as improved competition and pricing.

Christopher Jackson CEO and Co-Founder of Advanced Infrastructure commented:

“Advanced Infrastructure has a strong track record of working with a range of public sector organisations in supporting them in the planning of local area energy transition and operating using low carbon power through our innovative cloud based tools. 

“We believe that decarbonisation shouldn’t be blocked by something as simple as data access and visibility and as an approved G-Cloud 13 supplier, we look forward to working with even more public sector organisations over the coming 12 months and beyond.”

About G-Cloud 13 and Crown Commercial Service

Crown Commercial Service 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.

Under the Crown Commercial Service, G-Cloud 13 provides an online catalogue where public sector customers can buy approved cloud-based computing services such as hosting, software and cloud support. Including many off-the-shelf, pay-as-you-go cloud solutions.

G-cloud 13 will run for 12 months from 9 November 2022 and is available to central government, charities, education, health, local authority, blue light (police, fire, ambulance, search and rescue), devolved administrations and British overseas territories.

Benefits include:

  • Scalable services: pay for what you use, and increase or reduce what you need easily.

  • Reduced costs and reduced total cost of ownership compared to running your own service in house.

  • Access to the latest technology and innovation with every refresh of the G-Cloud agreement.

How to work with Advanced Infrastructure through G-Cloud 13

To use this service you will need to sign in to, or create an account for, the Public Procurement Gateway. The Public Procurement Gateway helps you to access the different procurement services available to the public sector.

Through G-Cloud13 Advanced Infrastructure offer the following services which are available to view on the links below:

Emission Factors and Carbon Data Services - View on G-Cloud13

LAEP+ (Local Area Energy Planning Plus)- View on G-Cloud13

About LAEP+

Local Area Energy Planning Plus (LAEP+) is a net zero planning tool for local authorities and their delivery partners. Use it to create custom maps populated with hundreds of datasets and run browser-based analysis to identify and evidence the suitability of different sites for low carbon energy interventions.

About Emission Factors and Carbon Data Services

Localised Emissions Factors for the UK electricity supply provides higher granularity data than publicly available on the National Grid Carbon Intensity API. Use this data for more accurate carbon emissions reporting. Evidence avoided carbon emissions from renewable assets or projects. Share powerful visualisation of complex carbon data.

Published on :
November 25, 2022
Grace Martin, Head of Marketing, Advanced Infrastructure

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