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Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Danish Energy Agency | Published September 29, 2017  -  Deadline October 24, 2017
cpvs
71314300

The Danish Energy Agency Energy Partnership Programme Phase II (DEPP II) is a major programme that will provide Technical Assistance combined with policy dialogue, in promotion of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency — aiming for low carbon development and reduced CO2 emissions. The Programme will build capacity with DEPP partner countries to

1. Provide convincing input for governmental energy, climate/low carbon policies, strategies and plans, and

2. Deal with implementation aspects of Energy Efficiency and of high shares of variable Renewable Energy in the national power systems in a cost-efficient manner.

This Tender aims to provide a Framework Agreement for external consultancy services to provide Technical Assistance / consultant support to DEPP on demand to ensure that the implementing agencies can access the most appropriate knowledge and skills and benefit from the expertise and experience of international know-how in the Partnership Programme.

Consultancy on support to energy efficiency and sustainable energy in Georgia

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published June 4, 2016
Winner
Niras A/S (DK) in JV with Energy Savings International A/S (NO) and Energy Research Center (NL)
cpvs
75211200, 71314000

The programme ‘Support to Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Energy in Georgia’ consists of 2 development engagements of which the first is covered by the present tender. The overall objective of the programme is to strengthen energy efficiency and sustainable energy, including reforms in the field of energy outlined in the EU-Georgian Association Agreement.

The tendered development engagement is based on a government-to-government cooperation agreement between the Georgian Ministry of Energy and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs will sign a contract with an International Consultancy Company for the implementation of the engagement in cooperation with the Georgian recipient partner.

17 800 000 DKK is allocated for the engagement (of which 800 000 is fixed amount as contingencies), entailing 1) TA and support to national authorities in the final formulation and expected implementation of the New National Energy Efficiency Building Code including support to introduction of minimum energy efficiency requirements in public buildings in Georgia; 2) Legislation on Labelling of energy related products and its delegated acts; 3) Methodology for monitoring and reporting, which is compliant with national and EU standards and 4) National grid code regulation and standards that enable electricity from renewable energy sources (particularly wind energy) to feed into the national power grid. While the Georgian Ministry of Energy has the overall strategic and coordinating responsibility, component 1 and 2 of the engagement will be implemented by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia as the responsible authority and component 3 and 4 will be implemented by the Georgian National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission as the responsible authority.

The second Development Engagement (not covered in the tender) will be implemented by NEFCO and focuses on demonstration of energy efficient building design in practice.

Requirements of Candidates applying for PQ:

Experience with implementation of energy efficiency and sustainable energy sector programmes/projects in the region covered by the Danish Neighbourhood Programme.

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Danish Energy Agency | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline November 14, 2017
cpvs
71314300

The objective of the consultancy framework agreement is to provide specialist technical expertise on demand to ensure that the implementing agencies can access the most appropriate knowledge and skills and benefit from the expertise and experience of international and local know-how and resource base in the country programs and projects.

The specialist technical expertise is provided in such a manner that capacity of partner institutions in the programme countries is enhanced including through peer-to-peer learning modalities as relevant.

The Danish Energy Agency Country Programs will provide technical assistance combined with policy dialogue, in promotion of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency — aiming for low carbon development and reduced CO2 emissions. The Program will build capacity with the current partner countries which include Ukraine, Turkey, Indonesia, Ethiopia, India, USA, UK and Germany and future partner countries to i) provide convincing input for governmental energy, climate/low carbon policies, strategies and plans and ii) deal with implementation aspects of EE and of high shares of variable RE in the national power and heating/cooling systems in a cost-efficient manner.

The programs in the current partner countries are ongoing but are at different phases of implementation. The experiences from ongoing activities in the programs, as well as the technical assistance provided by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) will provide input for the future activities. The aim is to unite the earlier interventions with future activities utilis-ing the Danish experience with energy transition, while continuing the authority-to-authority element with the partner institutions in the current seven partner countries as well as future potential partner countries. There are a number of development engagements (DEs) in each current programme country that support the development objectives at country level and long-term goals at programme level.

This Tender aims to provide a Framework Agreement to provide Technical Assistance services to the Danish Energy Agency Energy Country Programs and Projects.

Energy-efficiency consultancy services

Danish Energy Agency | Published September 26, 2017  -  Deadline October 24, 2017
cpvs
71314300

The Danish Energy Agency Energy Partnership Programme Phase II (DEPP II) is a major programme that will provide Technical Assistance combined with policy dialogue, in promotion of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency — aiming for low carbon development and reduced CO2 emissions. The Programme will build capacity with DEPP partner countries to:

1. Provide convincing input for governmental energy, climate/low carbon policies, strategies and plans and,

2. Deal with implementation aspects of Energy Efficiency and of high shares of variable Renewable Energy in the national power systems in a cost-efficient manner.

This Tender aims to provide a Framework Agreement for external consultancy services to provide Technical Assistance / consultant support to DEPP on demand to ensure that the implementing agencies can access the most appropriate knowledge and skills and benefit from the expertise and experience of international know-how in the Partnership Programme.

The objective of the consultancy framework agreement is to provide specialist technical expertise on demand to ensure that the implementing agencies can access the most appropriate knowledge and skills and benefit from the expertise and experience of international know-how in the partnership programme.

The specialist technical expertise is provided in such a manner that capacity of partner institutions in the four countries is enhanced including through peer-to-peer learning modalities as relevant.

The Supplier can expect a series of assignments each governed by a specific Terms of reference (TOR) specifying activities and deliverables.

Evaluation of Danida Energy and Environment Cooperation in South-East Asia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published December 2, 2015
Winner
Nordic Consulting Group A/S
cpvs
79419000, 75211200

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is tendering a consultancy assignment for the Evaluation of Danida's cooperation regarding specific areas of energy and environmental protection in South-East Asia. The Evaluation will focus on Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand and on specific sub-sectors of the cooperation, including energy planning, energy efficiency in buildings, renewable energy and waste management. Important cross-cutting themes of the Evaluation will be engagement of the private sector and the transition of partnership when development cooperation is terminated to commercial and other forms of cooperation. The environmental cooperation between Indonesia and Denmark was initiated in 2005. The third phase of cooperation runs from 2013 to 2017. The objective of the programme is indicated as Inclusive and sustainable growth through improved environmental management for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The thematic areas of the programme are environmental planning, energy efficiency, energy conservation and renewable energy and natural resources management. There is considerable emphasis on support to local levels of government. Danish environmental assistance to Malaysia was initiated in 1994 and the third phase of the programme was initiated in 2003. The last activities funded under the third phase of the programme ended in 2010. Thematic areas during the last phase of support were environmental planning, renewable energy and energy efficiency, solid waste management, environmental hazardous substances and biodiversity. The Thai-Danish cooperation on environment and sustainable development was implemented in the period 1994-2009. Key areas of the cooperation in the last phase were urban environmental management, sustainable energy and natural resources management. In both Malaysia and Thailand, a number of projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) were prepared and initiated. The Evaluation will in Malaysia and Thailand focus on the last phase of support. Most emphasis in the Evaluation is envisaged on the programme in Indonesia, where the Evaluation will be formative and forward-looking. For Malaysia and Thailand, the Evaluation will focus on documenting experience and assessing sustainability and wider impact of selected areas of the Danish assistance including the transition to commercial cooperation. An on-going Evaluation of the Danish Climate Change Funding to Developing Countries has included a focus on energy, and the experience from Vietnam documented through that process may be included in the Evaluation. Requirements of Candidates applying for PQ: Experience with evaluations of programmes within similar themes / sub-sectors, preferably in South-East Asia.

Evaluation of Danida Energy and Environment Cooperation in South-east Asia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published September 2, 2015  -  Deadline September 29, 2015
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79419000, 75211200

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is tendering a consultancy assignment for the evaluation of Danida's cooperation regarding specific areas of energy and environmental protection in south-east Asia. The evaluation will focus on Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand and on specific subsectors of the cooperation including energy planning, energy efficiency in buildings, renewable energy and waste management. Important cross-cutting themes of the evaluation will be engagement of the private sector and the transition of partnership when development cooperation is terminated to commercial and other forms of cooperation. The environmental cooperation between Indonesia and Denmark was initiated in 2005. The 3rd phase of cooperation runs from 2013 to 2017. The objective of the programme is indicated as Inclusive and sustainable growth through improved environmental management for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The thematic areas of the programme are environmental planning, energy efficiency, energy conservation and renewable energy and natural resources management. There is considerable emphasis on support to local levels of government. Danish environmental assistance to Malaysia was initiated in 1994 and the 3rd phase of the programme was initiated in 2003. The last activities funded under the 3rd phase of the programme ended in 2010. Thematic areas during the last phase of support were environmental planning, renewable energy and energy efficiency, solid waste management, environmental hazardous substances and biodiversity. The Thai-Danish cooperation on environment and sustainable development was implemented in the period 1994-2009. Key areas of the cooperation in the last phase were urban environmental management, sustainable energy and natural resources management. In both Malaysia and Thailand, a number of projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) were prepared and initiated. The evaluation will in Malaysia and Thailand focus on the last phase of support. Most emphasis in the evaluation is envisaged on the programme in Indonesia where the evaluation will be formative and forward looking. For Malaysia and Thailand, the evaluation will focus on documenting experience and assessing sustainability and wider impact of selected areas of the Danish assistance including the transition to commercial cooperation. An ongoing evaluation of the Danish Climate Change Funding to developing countries has included a focus on energy and the experience from Vietnam documented through that process may be included in the evaluation. Requirements of candidates applying for PQ: Experience with evaluations of programmes within similar themes/sub sectors, preferably in South-east Asia.

Project Support Facility for the Implementation and Management of the Mexican-Danish Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Programme.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, DANIDA | Published February 6, 2015
Winner
COWI A/S
cpvs
79400000, 90710000, 75211200

The Governments of Mexico and Denmark have initiated a long-term cooperation on low carbon transition focusing on policy development for climate change mitigation, renewable energy deployment and energy efficiency. The Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Programme supports implementation of Mexican policy initiatives such as The Special Programme for Climate Change 2014-2018 (PECC), The Programme on renewable Energy (PEAER) and The Programme on Sustainable Use of Energy (PRONASE) with the aim of supporting Mexico consolidate its pathway towards a low-emission future. In order to support the successful implementation of the programme a Project Support Facility (PSF) will be established. The PSF will provide administrative and logistical support to the programme and make available a substantial package of technical assistance on a flexible and demand-driven basis to ensure the delivery of concrete results in accordance with the overall objectives of the programme. The PSF will also supply a national climate advisor to be stationed in SEMARNAT for the duration of the programme. The Ministry wishes to contract an entity to establish and manage the PSF and facilitate the delivery of international and local expertise to support the implementation of the programme. It is therefore important that the PSF has good knowledge and experience with: i. managing and/or recruiting long term and short term advisers in the climate and energy field, ii. coordinating institutional cooperation on climate and energy issues, iii. arranging exchange visits and secondments that deepen technical cooperation and knowledge transfer, iv. providing administrative and logistical support to implementation of international programmes, v. the Danish energy sector and Mexican organizations specialized in climate and energy. The Estimated value of the contract excluding VAT but including funds to be administrated by the PSF is 30 000 000 DKK. Information and documentation on the Climate and Energy Programme can be found here: http://www.ens.dk/en/climate-co2/low-carbon-transition-unit/bilateral-energy-sector-projects/climate-energyprogramme

Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation Awareness Raising in the Education Sector in Central Java, including an Energy Saving Competition – Indonesia

Udenrigsministeriet | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud. se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie

Review of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme (REEEP), 2014 - 2017 - Ukraine

Udenrigsministeriet | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline July 4, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Identification and formulation missions in the field of energy Efficiency/ sustainable energy in Georgia

Udenrigsministeriet | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud se link: http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Consultancy Services for Design, Tendering and Supervision of Works according to FIDIC of environment and sustainable energy pilot projects, Indonesia

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published September 9, 2016
Winner
COWI A/S
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Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation, fields in which Denmark has substantial experience.

ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas, with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, KLHK, and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, ESDM, as primary implementing partners. A large part of the programme will be implemented in Central Java Province. ESP3 is administered through the National Coordinating Unit (NCU) in Jakarta and the Provincial Coordinating Unit (PCU) in Semarang, Central Java province, in close cooperation with coordinating and implementing partner Focal Points in provincial environment and energy agencies respectively. Overall contract administration will go through the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE) and/or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen (MFA) (contract signing and payment). The RDE and/or MFA are ‘the client’.

Within the framework of ESP3 5 environment and sustainable energy pilot projects are envisaged requiring assistance from a qualified engineering entity for design, tendering and supervision of the implementation.

The following pilot projects have been approved for implementation:

— Electricity production via gas engine based on gas from landfill

— Encapsulating land polluted by metal smelting

— Solar power generation (Solar PV, Diesel back-up and battery storage)

— Treating Wastewater and solids from palm starch production

— Production of Refuse-derived fuel

The services by the engineering entity could include:

— Design review

— Tender design

— Tender documents for one or more contractors following FIDIC Yellow Book

— The entire tender process including formation of contract(s) with the successful tender(s)

— Supervision of the implementation as FIDIC Engineer

The engineering entity shall make available qualified experts in all relevant fields of engineering and project administration.

The working language will be English. Indonesian language shall be mastered for all relevant enigineering disciplines.

Consultancy Services for Design, Tendering and Supervision of Works according to FIDIC of environment and sustainable energy pilot projects, Indonesia.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
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75211200, 71510000, 71311000, 71313000, 71314000, 71521000, 71541000

Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation, fields in which Denmark has substantial experience.

ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning, Bappenas, with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, KLHK, and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, ESDM, as primary implementing partners. A large part of the programme will be implemented in Central Java Province. ESP3 is administered through the National Coordinating Unit (NCU) in Jakarta and the Provincial Coordinating Unit (PCU) in Semarang, Central Java province, in close cooperation with coordinating and implementing partner Focal Points in provincial environment and energy agencies respectively. Overall contract administration will go through the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE) and/or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen (MFA) (contract signing and payment). The RDE and/or MFA are ‘the client’.

Within the framework of ESP3 4-6 environment and sustainable energy pilot projects are envisaged requiring assistance from a qualified engineering entity for design, tendering and supervision of the implementation.

Examples of such pilot projects could be the following:

— Electricity production via gas engine based on gas from landfill;

— Encapsulating land polluted by metal smelting;

— Solar power generation (Solar PV, Diesel back-up and battery storage);

— Treating wastewater from batik textile production;

— Treating wastewater and solids from palm starch production;

— Production of Refuse-derived fuel.

The services by the engineering entity could include:

— Design review;

— Tender design;

— Tender documents for one or more contractors following FIDIC Yellow Book;

— The entire tender process including formation of contract(s) with the successful tender(s);

— Supervision of the implementation as FIDIC Engineer.

The engineering entity shall make available qualified experts in all relevant fields of engineering and project administration.

The working language will be English. Indonesian language shall be mastered for all relevant engineering disciplines.

Short-term consultancy for developing energy end-use data collection methodologies and energy demand models for projections of end-use energy - South Africa

Udenrigsministeriet | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 21, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie

Sample inspection of energy companies' energy saving efforts 2016

Energistyrelsen | Published October 16, 2017  -  Deadline November 13, 2017
cpvs
71314000

According to the agreement of 13 November 2012 on energy companies' energy-saving efforts, an impartial randomized sample check will be conducted across all the network and distribution companies involved.

Therefore, a sample of this sample check will be carried out as described in the attached tender specifications as well as the appendix "Task Description and Requirements Specification for Sample Control of Energy Power Efforts 2016".

Support to the integration of renewable energy - Indonesia

Udenrigsministeriet | Published June 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Data for the promotion of energy efficiency and flexible energy consumption in buildings

Energistyrelsen | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
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72314000, 71314000

The assignment includes preparation of an investigation that includes the following:
1) identification of what data is needed to support a more effective implementation of energy efficiency in buildings and utilization of the potential for flexible energy consumption,
2) clarification of barriers to the provision of data and
3) proposals for action to establish infrastructure for generating data.

Efficiency of energy labeling of public buildings

Energistyrelsen | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 2, 2017
cpvs
71314300

Proposals for the efficiency of the energy labeling of public buildings should be drawn up with a view to integrating energy labeling into the work of maintaining public building portfolios, thereby contributing to the energy efficiency of public buildings.

Invitation to tender for Random sampling of energy utilities' energy saving efforts in 2015

Energistyrelsen | Published July 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 5, 2016
cpvs
71314000

According to the Agreement of 13 November 2012 on the energy utilities' energy saving efforts should be carried out annually an independent sampling across all the involved network and distribution companies.

There are therefore invited to tender for the implementation of these checks described in the attached memorandum "Job Description for Random sampling of energy utilities' energy saving efforts in 2015".

See also details of the offering in the enclosed invitation to tender.

Energy Auditor Training and Certification in Central Java Province - Inodnesia

Udenrigsministeriet | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Modelling expert to support the Indonesian energy modelling system - Jakarta

Udenrigsministeriet | Published April 27, 2016  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/