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Establishing an energy efficiency testing laboratory for Dishwashers

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 14, 2014  -  Deadline November 16, 2014
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The “Improving Energy Efficiency of Lighting and Other Building Appliances” (IEELBA) invites you to submit a Proposal for supply and installation an startup of an Energy Efficiency Laboratory for Testing Dishwashers at New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) as per enclosed Term of Reference (TOR).

Establishing an energy efficiency testing laboratory for electric fans

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 14, 2014  -  Deadline November 16, 2014
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The “Improving Energy Efficiency of Lighting and Other Building Appliances” (IEELBA) invites you to submit a Proposal for supply and installation and startup of an Energy Efficiency Laboratory for Testing Different types of Electric Fans at Egyptian organization of Standardization and Quality (EOS) as per enclosed Term of Reference (TOR).

EBRD - Suez Oil Processing Company Energy Efficiency and Upgrade Program

Suez Oil Processing Company (SOPC) | Published October 17, 2017
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EBRD - Suez Oil Processing Company Energy Efficiency and Upgrade Program

Pre-Final Evaluation for Energy Efficiency Project

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 4, 2017
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UNDP/GEF Improving the Energy Efficiency of Lighting and other Building Appliances ProjectPre-final EvaluationBackground:The UNDP-GEF project, ‘Improving the Energy Efficiency of Lighting and other Building Appliances’, is a GEF-funded project executed by the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company. The project started in 2011 and should be closed end of 2017.The objective of the project is to facilitate a comprehensive transformation of the Egyptian market towards the use of more energy efficient lighting systems and electrical appliances at a level where cost-efficiency is proven. This is envisaged to be achieved through the combination of regulatory tools such as minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) and information labels, enhanced public awareness, capacity building and attractive financing mechanisms. The project is working to strengthen the regulatory and institutional framework, develop monitoring and enforcement mechanisms, and provide training to public authorities and other relevant stakeholders. It will explore and test different financial incentives complemented by extensive public outreach campaignsObjective: As the project is approaching its end, the project is preparing for the final evaluation. In order to facilitate this as well as to offer for the project management an opportunity to complete any pending tasks and to address any eventual shortcomings before the finalization of the project, the project is looking for consultancy services to conduct a pre-final evaluation of the project activities and its stated outcomes and outputs. Scope of the Requested ServiceThe consultant is expected to accomplish the following tasks:Review of the status of the project activities and the outcomes related to that vs. the objectives of each of the three main components of the project (as reviewed last time as a part of the mid term review) and the best international practices and lessons learnt;Review of the effectiveness of the project implementation (Implementation Progress and Development Objectives) and the use of its financial resources, including adaptive management applied for the revision of the project implementation mechanisms and other actions to overcome the obstacles identified during the implementation of the project, taking into account, among others, the recommendations of the mid-term review; and , recommend the possibility of reallocation of resources according to priorities.Review the current monitoring procedures and methodologies in place, including the ones used to measure the actual energy savings and GHG reduction that can be attributed to the project activities and provide advise for their further development and implementation for each project component to meet the final evaluation needs in terms of assessing the achieved energy savings and GHG emission reduction; On basis of the above, review the suggested activities for the potential final project extension and provide recommendations on any changes needed, including the finalization of a concrete action plan to address the eventual pending needs or possible corrective action; andIdentify and provide recommendations on any follow-up activities, for which support could be requested after the end of the project.Recommend on how to develop an attractive financial mechanism and how to make full use of the available financial mechanism through the loan guarantee or any other financial scheme. Identify opportunities for sustainability beyond the project end through a follow up project.Methodology of Work The work is expected to be carried by one international consultant, The methodology of work will consist of desk review of relevant project documentation (the key documents to be selected by PMU and evaluators from the long list provided by the PMU) and direct consultations with the project management and other key local stakeholders during a 5 day visit (including travel days) in Cairo in late April or early May 2017, allowing at least 4 full working days for the required meetings with the PMU and other key local stakeholders.The overall duration of the tasks covered by this ToR have been estimated at 15 days including a mission to Cairo and related desk-work to pre-review the required key project documentation and to finalize the reporting.Expected OutputsAn evaluation report covering; an associated power point presentation (the latter to be delivered and discussed with the project management in the end of the mission) summarizing the findings of the evaluation and the proposed follow-up actions; and finalization of the joint report.The content of the final report is expected to follow the structure below:Executive summaryIntroduction, including description of the work conductedFindings and conclusionsRecommendations, including, as applicable, a revised work plan for 2007 to address the pending tasks and eventual corrective action as well as an improved system for measuring the impact of the project in terms of achieved energy savings and GHG emission reductionAn annex providing a brief summary of the key documents reviewed and persons interviewed with the description of the key content / conclusions drawn.A two page summary describing the story of market transformation to efficient lighting in EgyptThe draft final report should be submitted not later than two weeks after the end of the on-site mission and the final report within one week from receiving the comments of the PMU and UNDP on the draft report.Requested QualificationsAdvanced university degree in an energy related disciplineMore than 10 years of working experience in the area of energy efficiency with a good knowledge of the state of the art approaches and international best practices;Prior evaluation experience of similar projects in GEF and UNDP programme countries and familiarity with the specific GEF monitoring and evaluation requirements; Previous work experience in the Middle East is an assetFluency in English.

DTF:EG-Energy/Social Sectors Reform TF - P144305

Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline October 4, 2015
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Restructuring Of Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (eetc) To Become A Transmission System Operator Egypt Egypt Energy /Social Safety NetsSector Reform Technical Assistance Project Request for Expression ofInterest For RESTRUCTURING OF EGYPTIANELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION COMPANY (EETC) TO BECOME A TRANSMISSION SYSTEM OPERATOR (TSO) Consulting Services Grant No:TF016152 Project ID: P144305 The Government of Egypthas received a grant in the amount of US$6.5 million from the MENA Transition Fund, which is administered by the International Bankfor Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), towards the cost of "Egypt Energy /Social Safety Nets Sector Reform Technical AssistanceProject". The Government intends to apply the proceeds of the grant to payments for goods and consultancy services that will beprocured under that project.  The Ministry of Electricity & Renewable Energy inEgypt (MoERE)is the responsible agency for that project.  In addition to MoERE, Ministryof Petroleum, Ministry of Planning, Monitoring, and Administrative Reform (MoPMAR), Ministry of Finance and Ministry of SocialSolidarity are beneficiaries of that project's components. The Grant will be recipient executed in accordancewith applicable World Bank and the MENA Transition Fund policies and procedures. The "Egypt Energy /SocialSafety Nets Sector Reform Technical Assistance Project" will strengthen the Government of Egypt's capacity to (i) design acomprehensive fuel subsidy reform strategy, (ii) establishconcrete measures for improved financial viability of key energy sectoractors, and (iii) identify households that would be most vulnerableto the impacts of the fuel subsidy reform. The overall projectconsists of several components. The "Restructuring of EETC to become TSO" is a sub-component (1.2) of the overall Project, and isbeing financed by part of the Grant proceeds. According to the NewElectricity Law issued on July 9, 2015, EETC is mandated to become the transmission system operator "TSO" of the power system inEgypt. The "TSO" will be responsible for owning and managing the assets of the transmission system, operating the power system oncommercial basis, as well as operating the electricity market. Technical assistance forthe restructuring process will be accomplished over two phases, each of which will have a separate consultancy service.  It is not allowedfor the consultant of the first phase to be contracted for the secondphase TheFirst Phase includes: Carrying out acomprehensive gap analysis and assessment of the current structure of the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC)andpropose required changes to transfer EETC to TSO/MO and to efficiently fulfill its mandate stated in the New Electricity Law. Theanalysis shall include organizational, governance, financial and accountingunbundling, and management, relation with otherstakeholders, decision making process and performance monitoring and evaluation system. The Consultancy services shall conclude a detailed blue print for the market transitional action plans and immediate, mediumand long term action plans needed for the EETC to be fully commercialized to be transferred to TSO. The Consultant is also requiredto design and implement capacity building and training programs for the restructuring leaders in Egypt andAbroad. Finally the consultantshall prepare the necessary TOR for the consultancy service needed for the second phase. TheSecond Phase includes: Technical Support duringthe implementation of the transitional stage and first phase of electricity market, on - job capacity building and training duringthe market startup phase (Expected to be for two years of market operation) for the TSO/MO staff to operate both the competitiveand regulated electricity markets in professional manner. Ministry of Electricityand Renewable Energy (MoERE) in coordination with the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) and Egyptian ElectricityRegulatory Agency (EgyptERA) now invites eligible firms to express their interests to provide the services required for theFirst Phase. Interested firms mustsubmit information indicating their qualifications and experience to perform the requiredservices for the First Phase and deliver the products (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similarconditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.) The shortlist ofconsultants will be selected based on the following: -         The Capacity of theFirm and the Firm s Organization Chart -         The company'sportfolio of previous works -         Experiencerelated  to similar assignment -         The availability ofappropriate staff The consultant firms willbe selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank'sguidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultant firms by the World Bank Borrowers, January 2011. Expression of Interest must be delivered by4th, Oct. 2015, by noon (local time ofEgypt) to the following address: General Manager of Purchases Head office ofEgyptian Electricity Transmission Company Emtedad Ramsis Street,Abbasia. Cairo Postal Code: 11517 And by e-mail to thefollowing: Eng. Amira El Mallah: amira.elmallah55@gmail.com And Eng. HidyTawfik:hidytawfik100@gmail.com

EGAS Energy Efficiency project

 | Published September 8, 2017  -  Deadline September 8, 2018
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) intends to provide a sovereign loan up to USD 200 Mln to the Arab Republic of Egypt to be on-lent to Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) and its subsidiary Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (GASCO), the state-owned operators of the natural gas transmission networks in Egypt. The proposed project consists of energy efficiency investments in the Egyptian gas pipeline infrastructure fully consistent with the Green Economy Transition Approach (GET), thereby contributing to the enhanced sustainability of the gas transmission market and to the expansion of the ongoing policy dialogue effort in energy efficiency in the oil and gas sector.

The investment intends to include (i) waste heat recovery from compression stations at three gas processing plants: the Amerya Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Plant, the Western Desert Gas Complex and the Dahshour compression station, (ii) recovery of power from gas pressure reduction stations located at the downstream points of delivery to final users and gas distribution companies, and (iii) installation of gas metering systems throughout the Egyptian gas transmission network allowing for real-time accurate monitoring of the flow of gas.

The project has a total estimated cost up to about USD 200 Mln, and will require the procurement of the following goods, works and services:

  1. Introduction of Waste Heat Recovery (including with Organic Rankine Cycle technology) from Compression stations at three (3) Project sites
  2. Introduction of turbo-expanders at selected sites for Power Production
  3. Installation of Gas Metering System
  4. Project Implementation Unit (PIU) Consulting Services

The procurement process for the PIU Consultant (component no. 4) is planned to be initiated during 4th Qtr of 2017, component no. 1 by 2nd Qtr of 2018, and components nos. 2 & 3 later on when appropriate.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:

Eng. Mohsen Metwally,

Gas Plants Operations

Follow-Up General Manager, GASCO, mohsen_metwally@gasco.com.eg

Tel: +20 100 564 1680

 

Dr. Eng. Ahmed El Tonbary,

Project Manager, ENPPI, ahmed.eltonbary@enppi.com

Tel: +20 100 108 0666

 

 

 

GPN - Egypt - Feasibility Study and Capacity Building for the Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water Project – 06 2015

 | Published June 23, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE (GPN) ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT Feasibility Study and Capacity Building for the Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water Project 1. The Arab Republic of Egypt has received a grant from the (Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund (MENA TF) which managed by African Development Bank/ to finance the Feasibility Study and Capacity Building for the Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water Project. 2. The principal objective of this project is to: Develop economic and sustainable irrigation schemes using the renewable energy in the new reclaimed lands in Egypt, as a part from the National Reclamation Program. 3. The project includes the following components: Component 1: Undertaking comprehensive feasibility study for the use of renewable energy for pumping irrigation water by analyzing different technology and systems (i.e. mainly solar energy), and assessing the potential of other options (i.e. wind). Component 2 : Provide advisory services to the procurements of the national reclamation project components and support the Executive Agency for the preparation of tender documents for irrigation hybrid energy system; Component 3: Implement two pilot areas at Toushka and Moghra and implement metrological measurements for the use of solar and wind energy or hybrid systems. Meanwhile, the study will assess different storage systems (water versus energy); and Component 4: Provide capacity building and training for MWRI/GWS/PS staff on the design/implementation/operation and maintenance for renewable energy use for pumping irrigation water. The training will include special overseas training program in Ground water hydrology and the application of groundwater models in general and case studies. 4. Procurement of goods and/or works will be in accordance with the Bank's Rules of Procedure for the Procurement of Goods and Works. Acquisition of the services of Consultants will follow the Bank's Rules of Procedure for the Use of Consultants. Bidding documents are expected to be available in (August 2015). 5. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting: (Ministry of water resources and irrigation, Ground water sector 1 Corniche el Nil , Imbaba , Giza 12666 Eng. Khaled Bekheit , Eng. Abdelrehim Yehya Tel :+20235449515/8 ,+20235449420/30 Fax :+35449519 Email: kbekheit@yahoo.com , a.yehya@mwri.gov.eg

Information notice - Egypt - Undertaking Feasibility Study for Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water – Contract Awards

 | Published July 12, 2017
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Information notice - Egypt - Undertaking Feasibility Study for Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water – Contract Awards

Egypt Sustainable Energy Finance Facility (SEFF) Pilot Project - National Bank of Egypt Credit Line: Verification Consultant

 | Published January 5, 2015  -  Deadline February 10, 2015
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Assignment Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD or the Bank) is considering a loan of USD 30 million to the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) for on-lending to private sub-borrowers for energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy projects (the Project). The credit line for NBE is proposed as a pilot project prior to rolling out a country-wide facility under the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (SEFF).


Egypt faces several major challenges in its energy sector. Egypt is a net importer of oil and gas despite the presence of domestic sources. Although there have been recent large increases in gas and electricity prices to industrial consumers, energy prices in Egypt are low in comparison with those in the region. Historically low prices for energy and energy subsidies have led to the development of energy and carbon intensive industries in Egypt, with Egypt's economy the third most energy intensive in the MENA region. EBRD is seeking to address Egypt's energy intensity by encouraging investments in EE and renewable energy projects by providing a credit line of USD 30 million to the NBE to on-lend to private enterprises.

The Facility will be supported by a comprehensive technical assistance programme (TC). The TC funds will be used for two consultancy assignments: Project Consultant (PC) and Verification Consultant (VC).

  1. The Project Consultant (or the PC), which has been separately procured, will assist with the design, launch and successful operation of the Facility, be responsible for the marketing of the Facility, define technical eligibility criteria, design procedures, appraise sub-projects against a set of criteria, monitor implementation of financed sub-projects and verify implementation of some sub-projects.
  2. The Verification Consultant (or the VC), subject to this call for Expressions of Interest, will ensure that the implemented investments meet the expectations of the customers and the Project Consultant, by checking and confirming, on a sample basis (and on demand from customers) that Sub-projects have been completed in accordance with the relevant investment plans and are on track to achieve the planned energy savings.

The main tasks of the VC shall be to:

  • Prepare a verification report (Completion Validation Review or CVR) on the implementation of Sub-project in the categories 2 and 3 as specified below, including the relevant energy savings indicator and an assessment on how the recommendations in the Project Assessment Report, or any other document as relevant, have been fulfilled;
  • Provide EBRD with a monthly work plan outlining planned activities for the next month and a final report providing a summary of activities undertaken throughout the assignment.
  • Prepare and submit to the Bank other deliverables as may reasonably be requested;
  • Ensure that all reports and documentation has clear references to the support of the donors, the form of such references to be agreed with the EBRD;

There will be two different approaches to the selection, preparation, processing and verification of the investment projects following the following 3 categories of potential sub-projects:

  1. Small (LEME) investments: based on the LEME/LESI approach. The List of Eligible Materials and Equipment (LEME) and the List of Eligible Suppliers and Installers (LESI) will be prepared by the Project Consultant and applied by with support provided by the PC as required. The VC will conduct site visits on a sample of up to 20% of randomly selected LEME investments to verify proper implementation. LEME investments which are not selected for site visits to verify completion will be verified on the basis of a desk-based document review.
  2. For buildings, Verification will include an assessment on how the recommendations included in Project Assessment Report by the Project Consultant have been fulfilled. If this is not the case, justification of the differences and evaluation of consequences.
  3. For Assisted Investments, Verification will include evaluation on the completion and commissioning of the Sub-Project, confirming its compliance with the initial plans contained in the Sub-Project PRoject Assessment Report. In case of deviation from those plans, justification of the differences and evaluation of consequences.

Assignment Duration: The Assignment has an estimated overall duration of 24 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 150,000; exclusive of VAT.

The consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the Bank's special status as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be financed through the EBRD's donor funded Technical Cooperation Funds Programme. However, consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding from an appropriate donor.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required.

The consultant shall be a consulting firm or a group of firms with a strong locally based capacity as the bulk of the assignment will be conducted in the field. The Consultant should have relevant experience in all areas needed for the performance of the assignment as described above, including relevant sector and regional experience. The VC’s team will be composed of professionals with relevant technical background in order to ensure compliance with Egyptian legislation as relevant. The VC must have proven experience in administration of similar or relevant projects with at least two experts who will be qualified engineers with particular experience in industrial energy efficiency, buildings energy efficiency design and standards, knowledge of Egyptian renewable energy and building regulations and relevant standards in relation to energy consumption and performance. Engineers should ideally be chartered and licensed enabling them to provide qualified services in compliance with the Egyptian legislation.

Experts will be capable of and experienced in validating sub-projects against set criteria. The proposed experts shall also demonstrate a capacity to carry out the assignment.


Participation of local experts is essential: the Consultant should make extensive use of (accredited where appropriate) qualified locally based experts.

The key expert positions are the following:
1. Project Manager with a) with extensive experience of project management, b) expertise in project implementation planning, including experience related to energy management, renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, d) experience of working in EBRD countries of operation, including Egypt, will be an advantage e) language skills (fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage).
2. Engineer(s) (international and/or local) with significant relevant professional experience with: a) knowledge of industrial processes and expertise with energy efficiency in industrial operations, e.g., process upgrade, heat recovery, modernisation/optimisation of energy supply systems (power distribution, compressed air, refrigeration, etc.), improved monitoring and control, on-site CHP generation, rehabilitation of commercial buildings, b) knowledge of renewable energy projects (SWHs, PV plants, small wind energy, CSP for heat, etc.); c) knowledge of Egyptian renewable energy and building regulations and relevant standards in relation to energy consumption and performance, d) language skills (fluent Arabic essential, spoken and written English would be an advantage)

Evaluation of the Expressions of Interest will be based on the following criteria and their respective weightings:

Experience in similar assignments in Egypt or similar locations 15.0
Specific expertise in project coordination, monitoring and reporting 15.0
Relevant experience in areas needed for the performance of the assignment: verification of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects 35.0
Calibre of the available experts: qualifications, experience, seniority specific to the assignment/tasks, local experience 25.0
Participation/presence of qualified local experts 10.0

Submission Requirements: Interested consultants are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. In order to determine the qualifications and competence of consulting firms seeking to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following:

  1. Company profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages);
  2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives;
  3. A table printed in landscape listing the proposed experts, their proposed role in the project team (using expert position as listed above), indicating the years of relevant professional experience, nationality, language skills, a short qualification in relation to the requested position, knowledge and experiences;
  4. CVs of key experts who could be available to work on the Assignment;

  5. Completed Consultant's Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
    http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc

The above information should not exceed 40 pages excluding CVs.

Expressions of Interest should be submitted, in English, electronically through eSelection. Consultants are advised to access eSelection via Internet Explorer, as eSelection is not compatible with other browsers.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs and Consultant's Declaration and Contact Sheet) shall be one file (pdf or Word), not exceeding 4MB, to be uploaded to eSelection. The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Note: Selection and contracting will normally be made from responses to this notification. The consultant will be selected from a shortlist, subject to availability of funding (from an appropriate donor - dependent on whether or not donor has approved funding). The Consultant that has been awarded the contract for the PC assignment, and their consortium members (if any) and sub-contractors (if any) are ineligible to be awarded the contract for the VC assignment.

Power Sector Energy Efficiency Project

 | Published October 2, 2014  -  Deadline November 10, 2014
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Deadline for submission extended to 10 November 2014 GOVERNMENT OF ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY EAST DELTA ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION COMPANY AL SHABAB POWER PROJECT PHASE II CONVERTING EXISTING SIMPLE CYCLE TO COMBINED CYCLE HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATORS AND DCS INVITATION FOR TENDERS This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published in the EBRDProcurement Opportunities, procurement Ref. 7195-GPN-45434, dated September 26, 2013. East Delta Electricity Production Company (EDEPC), the Employer, has applied for a loan towards the cost of Al Shabab Power Project Phase II, converting existing simple cycle to combined cycle from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), hereinafter referred to as “EBRD” for eligible payments in accordance to the EBRD guidelines under the Contract for which this Invitation for Tenderers is issued as well as other packages in the project. The Employer now invites sealed Tenders from contractors for Designing, fabricating, furnishing, delivery to Site, storing, installing, training, testing, start-up, commissioning, placing into successful operation and maintaining until Operational Acceptance Certificate (OAC), preparing of detailed drawings and Technical documents, preparing as-built documents and putting into service of eight Heat Recovery Steam Generators for Al Shabab Power Project Phase II. Tendering for the contract to be financed with the proceeds of financing from the EBRD is open to firms from all countries. The proceeds of the EBRD financing will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. Tender documents may be obtained from the address below upon payment of a non-refundable fee of USD 1,000 payable at the National Bank of Egypt (El Ahly Bank), Ismailia Branch, Account No. 11000441395. Tenders shall be valid for a period of 180 days after the Tender opening and must be accompanied by a Tender Security of USD 2,500,000 and must be delivered to the address indicated below on or before November 10, 2014, at which time they will be opened in the presence of the Tenderers’ representatives who wish to attend. Prospective Tenderers may obtain further information from, and inspect and acquire the Tender documents at, the same address indicated below:

Power sector energy efficiency project

 | Published December 18, 2014  -  Deadline April 2, 2015
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Deadline for submission extended to 2 April 2015

GOVERNMENT OF ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT

MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY

 

EGYPTIAN ELECTRICITY HOLDING COMPANY

 
 
AL SHABAB POWER PROJECT PHASE II

CONVERTING EXISTING SIMPLE CYCLE TO COMBINED CYCLE

 

Electrical Equipment / Instrument Installation
 

SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE

 
This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project which was published in the EBRD Procurement Opportunities, procurement Ref. 7195-GPN-45434, dated 26 September 2013.
 
The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has secured a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter referred to as EBRD) towards the cost of Al Shabab Power Project Phase II.
 
The East Delta Electricity Production Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of EEHC hereinafter called "Owner", now invites sealed Tenders from eligible Tenderers for the following contract package to be funded from part of the proceeds of the loan:
 
  • Electrical Equipment / Instrument Installation Package for Al Shabab Power Project Phase II.
 
The contract package includes all works related to, including but not limited to for designing, engineering, fabricating, furnishing, testing, delivering to Site, receiving, storing, installing, training, start-up, commissioning, putting into successful operation, maintaining until Operation Acceptance Certificate (OAC), and preparing the detailed drawings and other technical documents and as-built documents of all the materials, equipment, and all required electrical, instrumentation, and civil works described for Al Shabab Power Project Phase II. The planned delivery/construction period is 693 Days from the commencement of the Contract.
 
Tendering for contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank is open to firms from all countries. The proceeds of the Bank’s loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.
 
The Tender Document for the above Package will be available at EDEPC’s offices on December 30, 2014. Tender Documents may be obtained from the address below upon payment of a non-refundable fee of USD 1,000 payable at the National Bank of Egypt (El Ahly Bank), Ismailia Branch, Account No. 11000441395.
 
East Delta Electricity Production Company
Shebeen El kom Street, Araishia Misr, Ismailia, Egypt
Attn:         Head of Procurement Sector
Tel No.: (20-64) 3371906
Fax No.: (20-64) 3204590
All Tenders must be accompanied by a Tender security of USD 400,000 and must be delivered to EDEPC’s offices by April 2, 2015 at 12:00 (noon) in two sealed envelopes.  Envelope A (Technical Envelope) and B (Pricing Envelope) of the Tenders will be opened on the same day immediately thereafter, in the presence of Tenderers’ representatives, who choose to attend, at East Delta Electricity Production Company - Shebeen El kom Street, Araishia Misr, Ismailia, Egypt.
 
Prospective tenderers may obtain further information from the following office:
 
Power Generation Engineering and Services Company (PGESCo)
41 Al-Salam Avenue, Central District, New Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
Attention: Project Procurement Manager
Tel. No.: 20-2-2618-5829
      Fax. No: 20-2-2617-6519
 

Energy Efficiency Investments in the Gas Midstream Sector in Egypt

 | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
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Notice updated on 20 September 2016 (Procurement Expert Profile added)

Assignment Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD”, or the “Bank”) is exploring the viability of financing a package of energy efficiency investments in the gas transmission sector in Egypt.


The first (and more important) area of energy efficiency interest is linked to the recovery of wasted heat
discharged from the mechanical drives (Gas Turbines or Gas Engines) used to drive the gas compressors installed at upstream gas processing plants and at compression stations along the pipelines. A number of operators around the world have started introducing technologies suitable for recovering the wasted heat for generating electricity or for replacing other energy sources within the facilities. Low water intensive processes are crucial in the case of Egypt as the vast majority of the above installations are in desert locations.

The second area of energy efficiency interest is associated to the installation of turbo expanders in parallel to the traditional valves used for the decompression at the gas pressure reduction stations located near the final users.

There are a number of facilities in Europe and overseas that have started using expansion turbines to produce electricity while decreasing gas pressure.

In this context, the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources (MoP), the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), its subsidiary Egyptian Natural Gas Company (GASCO) and Engineering for the Petroleum and Process Industries (Enppi) have started developing a number of potential investments in the national infrastructure. A number of pre-feasibility studies are in progress to assess the technical and economic potential of a number of sub-projects.


This study will in particular focus on up to 5 facilities, particularly on gas compression, within the assets operated by EGAS or its subsidiaries, cumulatively referred to as the “Project” in the following.

The objective of the study is to determine the viability of selected energy efficiency investments in the gas transmission sector in Egypt. The Bank now wishes to engage an qualified consultant (the ‘Consultant’) to undertake the following tasks:

- review the technical and economic studies prepared by the Egyptian counterparts and expand the studies to reach a uniform level of feasibility study and project preparation consistent with international good engineering practice.

- perform an initial Environmental and Social Assessment of both the Project and the gas operator (the “Company”) in line with the EBRD Environmental and Social Policy (2014) and the incorporated Performance Requirements in order to provide a preliminary assessment of the environmental and social impacts and risks of the proposed Project and its categorisation, as well as current Environmental and Social Practices applied by the Company.

- provide initial support and recommendations on the project implementation, particularly with regard to planning of the procurement of the required services and equipment, in line with the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules, as the Project would fall under public procurement rules.

Link to full TOR: energy-efficiency-investments-in-the-gas-midstream-sector-in-egypt.pdf">http://www.ebrd.com/documents/technical-cooporation/energy-efficiency-investments-in-the-gas-midstream-sector-in-egypt.pdf

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in November 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 6 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 290,000 (exclusive of VAT). Subject to availability of funding.

The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is expected that the Assignment will be funded by the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility:
There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile:
Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with previous project experience related to the completion of the tasks envisaged in this assignment, namely:

- Feasibility studies and technical/economic analyses of greenfield/brownfield gas processing plants, compression and decompression facilities, power generation projects based on waste heat recovery.

- Preparation of Project implementation plans for similar projects, with particular reference to projects undertaken under public procurement rules.

- Assessment of environmental and social risks of investment projects and existing operations according to the EBRD requirements.


The Consultant’s Team is expected to include key experts as follows:

Team Leader, with preferably 10 years of previous professional experience in leading teams and projects relevant to the present assignment; professional experience in the oil&gas sector preferably in Egypt/North Africa region; command of Arabic would be considered an advantage.

Lead Technical Expert, with preferably 10 years of previous professional experience in leading technical and economic analyses and feasibility studies of sustainable energy projects, in particular associated to the recovery of waste heat from gas turbines and/or gas engines; specific experience in the oil&gas sector and in Egypt/North Africa region would be considered an advantage.

Lead Environmental and Social Expert, with previous professional experience in E&S due diligence, occupational health & safety, stakeholder engagement, gender and inclusion expertise, and/or resettlement expertise; previous experience in the oil&gas sector and the region would be considered an advantage.

Lead local Technical and Environmental Experts (2 Experts) with previous professional experience in the development and implementation of projects in the oil&gas sector; knowledge of the permitting and approval requirements for the construction and operation of the energy recovery projects and good knowledge of the environmental impact considerations as described in the present assignment would be considered an important advantage.

· Lead Procurement Expert, with previous professional experience in procurement of projects, preferably based on EBRD (or other IFIs’) public procurement rules; previous experience in the oil&gas sector and the region would be considered an advantage.

Support and back-up experts can be added to the team as deemed necessary for the successful implementation of the Assignment.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the expression of interest submitted should include the following:

- Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2 pages);

- Details of previous project experience or similar assignments preferably undertaken in the previous five years (max 5 pages in total). Each project reference should include information on: title of the assignment; country; duration (mm/yy to mm/yy); value of the consultant’s contract; short description of the main objectives and deliverables. The references shall be grouped into (a) technical assignments; (b) environmental and social assignments and (c) procurement assignments with clear relevant for the present selection;

- Short description of the proposed work plan for undertaking the assignment, in particular in relation to the investigation of technically and economically viable alternative solutions for the recovery of waste energy and the high-level approach to the completion of the environmental and social audit and the procurement planning tasks;

- Summary of CVs of key experts who would carry out the assignment. An initial table/chart should provide a clear overview of the structure of the team and the roles assigned to each key expert, matching the team requirements listed above. The summary (max 3 pages; full CVs to be provided as an annex) shall then provide the following information for each expert: role in the team; years of experience in the proposed role; main area of expertise; up to 3 key reference projects (name, date, role of the expert in the project). Key experts proposed in the Consultant’s EOI are expected to be available and able to commence their services in respect of this assignment immediately after the selection process has been concluded and contract negotiated.

- Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf) not exceeding 4MB. The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file


Bank Contact Person:

Yvonne Wilkinson

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

United Kingdom

Tel: + 44 20 7338 7123

E-mail: Wilkinsy@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)


IMPORTANT NOTES:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

The Bank intends to mobilise consultancy services as soon as possible following selection process and CVs of proposed experts will form basis for contract negotiations. The Bank reserves the right to terminate negotiations with the highest-ranked Consultant if experts proposed in the Expression of Interest are not available for this assignment.

2. The evaluation criteria are as follows:

Work-plan for undertaking the assignment – 5%;

Firm’s previous experience in implementing similar technical assignments (particularly on waste heat recovery), in completing environmental and social assessments and in developing procurement plans – 35%

CVs of the team leader and the lead technical expert - 30%;

CVs of the lead environmental/ social and lead procurement experts - 20%;

CVs of the local experts - 10%;

EOI - Egypt - Feasibility study and capacity building for the use of renewable energy for pumping irrigation water – OSAN – 10 2015

 | Published October 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT FEASIBILITY STUDY AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR PUMPING IRRIGATION WATER AGRICULTURE AND AGRO-INDUSTRY DEPARTMENT (OSAN) Financing Agreement reference: 5500155008603 Project ID No.: P-EG-AAC-017 The Arab Republic of Egypt has received financing from African Development Bank’s Technical Assistance Fund for Middle Income Countries (MIC-TAF) toward the cost of the Feasibility Study and Capacity Building for the Use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for this study. The services included under this project includes: i) Preparing a Feasibility Study; ii) Design, Supply and Installation of Irrigation Pumps driven by a Renewable Energy Source(s) mainly solar with other renewable sources and/or diesel for 2 locations; iii) Design supply and installation of irrigation system for 2 locations; iv) Facilitate and/or perform training for the staff of the Ministry; v) Prepare standard tender document for the newly one million feddan National Reclamation Program; and vi) Provide/Support on the job and overseas training to the Ground Water Sector engineers. The estimated period for implementation is 24 months. The Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint- ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. Consultants Must have at least one similar assignment during the last five years. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” dated May 2008 and revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 10 November 2015 at 12:00 hours and mention “[FEASIBILITY STUDY AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR PUMPING IRRIGATION WATER]”. Attn: Eng. Khaled Bekheit, Study Coordinator Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation Building, 11th floor Cornish El-Nil, Imbaba, Giza, Egypt Tel: +202-3544-9515 Facsimile (fax): +202-3544-9519 E-mail: kbekheit@yahoo.com

Suez Oil Processing Company Energy Efficiency and Upgrade Program

 | Published October 16, 2017  -  Deadline October 16, 2018
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) intends to provide a sovereign loan up to USD 200 Mln to the Arab Republic of Egypt to be on-lent to the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation  (EGPC) and its subsidiary Suez Oil Processing Company (SOPC). The proposed project consists of energy efficiency investments in SOPC fully consistent with the Green Economy Transition (GET) Approach and other refurbishments and installations to improve its operational performance, environmental footprint and utilisation rate.

The investment intends to revamp the existing coker and Upgrade / new hydrotreating unit, which will enable SOPC to produce more middle distillates in line with Euro 5 specifications. Egyptian refineries are unable to produce enough middle distillates to meet local demand and have to compensate through imports. The investment will help realign supply and demand in Egypt and help reduce the need for imports.

The project has a total estimated cost up to about USD 200 Mln, and will require the procurement of the following goods, works and services:

  • Coker Refurbishment and Upgrade / new hydrotreating Unit
  • Supply and Installation of new Vapour Recovery Unit (VRU)
  • Energy Efficiency Investments
  • Project Implementation Unit (PIU) Consulting Services

The procurement process for the PIU Consultant is planned to be initiated during 1st Qtr. of 2018, and the investment components by 2nd Qtr. of 2018.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:

Eng. Hussein Awad                                                                                    

Inspection General Manager

Coker Revamping Project Manager

Suez Oil Processing Company (SOPC)

E-mail e.monitoring@suezprocessing.com    

 

Dr. Eng. Ahmed El Tonbary

Project Manager

Project Management Division

Engineering for the Petroleum & Process Industries( ENPPI)

E-mail:  ahmed.eltonbary@enppi.com

 

Establishing of Energy Efficiency Laboratory for Electric Motors at General Organization For Export & Import Control(G.O.E.I.C)

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 27, 2016
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Back ground and Motivation:Improving Energy Efficiency of Lighting and other building appliances (IEELA) project is a nationally project executed by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy, its objective is to facilitate a comprehensive market transformation of the Egyptian market towards the use of more energy efficient electrical appliances at a level where cost efficiency is proven.The project is the second phase of the GEF/UNDP Energy Efficiency Improvement and Greenhouse Gas Reduction (EEIGGR) project previously implemented by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy through the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company, and which has already demonstrated the technical and financial feasibility of using both CFLs and electronic ballasts and developed minimum energy performance standards and energy efficiency labels for 5 electrical appliances namely: refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, electric water heaters and CFLs The new project will build on the results of this previous project by addressing the remaining barriers to complete the required market transformation.Minimum energy performance standards and labeling programs offer a large energy-saving potential that can improve end-use efficiency and significantly contribute to sustainable development. The target for this project component is to strengthen the implementation, regular updating and enforcement of the standards and labels developed under the earlier UNDP/GEF EEIGGR project and to expand the energy efficiency standards and labeling schemes to other electrical appliances by building on the most recent international developments in this field.Technical Specification of the Electric motor’s Testing FacilityThe targeted Electric Motor laboratory should be capable of measuring efficiency of residential and industrial motors (AC/DC/ Variable speed motor, single phase / three phase) from 30 W up to 15 KW at 50/60 Hz and 35,000 rpm should be conducting the energy consumption test, that complies with the Egyptian standard, as well as the international standards IEC 60034-1 , IEC 60034-2-1, IEC 60034-2-3, IEC 60034-30-1 and IEC 60034-31 for energy efficiency.The testing facility normally contains establishing test room, control panel, instrumentation and any additional required equipment as per ISO.The measurements phases through an integrated Data Acquisition System (DAS) by the use ofComputing workstation with printing capabilities.The following are key components of the targeted testing laboratory of measuring energyConsumption of motor until 15KW.Testing Room SpecificationsThe testing room will be available at (G.O.E.I.C), the site visit will be available to the contractors according to their requirement, size should be capable of testing 3 Electric Motor at the same time and the distance between any two adjacent Units under Test (UUT) stands should be separated enough to comply with safety requirements.Power Supply UnitsA voltage stabilizer and power conditioning apparatus (Variac) for unit under the test with the ability to provide single phase source or three phase source and the possibility of setting the voltage at different values and the voltage variation should be not more than ±1%. The power conditioning apparatus should have the ability to measure instantaneously different electric parameters like voltage, current, active power, reactive power, total power, Power factor and energy consumption. The electric capacity for the power supply units should meet the requirements of Standards IEC 60034-1, IEC 60034-2-1, IEC 60034-2-3, IEC 60034-30-1 and IEC 60034-31 for energy efficiency.Frequency shall be 50/60Hz with a range of ±1%. A UPS should be specified for the data acquisition system.Measuring Requirements - Power analyzer. - Taco meter. - Torque meter. - 3 Regenerative Dynamometers support all types of testing motors. - Suitable lifting equipment for motors. - All measuring devices according to IEC (Temperature, Torque …). - Measuring device for electrical insulation according to IEC. Data Acquisition System and control SoftwareThe data acquisition system is a solution for operating a test laboratory to measure the Energy efficiency. The modular system could upgrade the system easily with more input and output channels when needed.The control software should have the possibility to test motor unit.The system should contain a dual system automatic and manual with the following minimum features.The system should be supplied with completely automated data acquisition software systems.All connected transducer should be matched with the data acquisition inputs.The software should be monitor action and events of all control processing.The software should be able to sense the abnormal conditions, discriminate the problem type and send an alarm. The application software will be capable of data entry and storing of the test results regarding to ISO.The software will be detect and monitor steady state conditions.The software should utilize portions of Microsoft Office for data analysis reporting and storage.The software should be able to calculate, analyze and store the measured data for each test station in the same time. Also it should chart graph of the following data and measurement :· Model Name· Model Capacity· Date of the run (dd.mm.yyyy)· Power consumption used for each operation· Power, Current, voltage, and power factor profiles· Ambient temperature (°C)· Relative humidity· Total energy consumption(KWH)· Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER)· Electric Insulation CONTENTS OF PROPOSAL 1. Sections of Proposal Proposers are required to complete, sign and submit the following documents: Proposal Submission Cover Letter Form (see RFP Section 4);1.2Documents Establishing the Eligibility and Qualifications of the Proposer (see RFP Section 2);Technical Proposal (see prescribed form in RFP (Section 4);Financial Proposal (see prescribed form in RFP Section 5); Any attachments and/or appendices to the Proposal. Clarification of Proposal 2.1 Proposers may request clarifications of any of the RFP documents no later than the date indicated in the Letter of Invitation prior to the proposal submission date. Any request for clarification must be sent in writing via courier or through electronic means to the IEEL&A PROJECT address indicated in the Letter of Invitation. will respond in writing, Transmitted by electronic means and will transmit copies of the response (including an explanation of the query but without identifying the source of inquiry) to all Proposers who have provided confirmation of their intention to submit a Proposal. 2.2 shall endeavor to provide such responses to clarifications in an expeditious manner, but any delay in such response shall not cause an obligation on the part of IEEL&A Project to extend the submission date of the Proposals, unless IEEL&A Project deems that such an extension is justified and necessary. 3. Amendment of Proposals 3.1 At any time prior to the deadline of Proposal submission, IEEL&A may for any reason, such as in response to a clarification requested by a Proposer, modify the RFP in the form of a Supplemental Information to the RFP. All prospective Proposers will be notified in writing of all changes/amendments and additional instructions through Supplemental Information to the RFP and through the method specified in the Data Sheet 3.2 In order to afford prospective Proposers reasonable time to consider the amendments in preparing their Proposals, IEEL&A Project may, at its discretion, extend the deadline for submission of Proposals, if the nature of the amendment to the RFP justifies such an extension. C. PREPARATION OF PROPOSALS Cost The Proposer shall bear any and all costs related to the preparation and/or submission of the Proposal, regardless of whether its Proposal was selected or not. IEEL&A shall in no case be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the procurement process. Language The Proposal, as well as any and all related correspondence exchanged by the Proposer and IEEL&A, shall be written in the language (s) specified in the Data Sheet. Any printed literature furnished by the Proposer written in a language other than the language indicated in the Data Sheet, must be accompanied by a translation in the preferred language indicated in the Data Sheet. For purposes of interpretation of the Proposal, and in the event of discrepancy or inconsistency in meaning, the version translated into the preferred language shall govern. Upon conclusion of a contract, the language of the contract shall govern the relationship between the contractor and IEEL&A. Proposal Submission Form The Proposer shall submit the Proposal Submission Form using the form provided in Of this RFP. Technical Proposal Format and Content Unless otherwise stated in the Data Sheet, the Proposer shall structure the Technical Proposal as follows: 4.1 Expertise of Firm/Organization – this section should provide details regarding management structure of the organization, organizational capability/resources, and experience of organization/firm, the list of projects/contracts (both completed and on-going, both domestic and international) which are related or similar in nature to the requirements of the RFP, and proof of financial stability and adequacy of resources to complete the services required by the RFP (see Section 4 for further details). The same shall apply to any other entity participating in the RFP as a Joint Venture or Consortium. 4.2 Proposed Methodology, Approach and Implementation Plan – this section should demonstrate the Proposer’s response to the Terms of Reference by identifying the specific components proposed, how the requirements shall be addressed, as specified, point by point; providing a detailed description of the essential performance characteristics proposed; identifying the works/portions of the work that will be subcontracted; and demonstrating how the proposed methodology meets or exceeds the specifications, while ensuring appropriateness of the approach to the local conditions and the rest of the project operating environment. This methodology must be laid out in an implementation timetable that is within the duration of the contract as specified in the Data Sheet. Proposers must be fully aware that the products or services that IEEL&A requires may be transferred, immediately or eventually, by IEEL&A to the Government partners, or to an entity nominated by the latter, in accordance with IEEL&A Project’s policies and procedures. All proposers are therefore required to submit the following in their proposals: A statement of whether any import or export licences are required in respect of the goods to be purchased or services to be rendered, including any restrictions in the country of origin, use or dual use nature of the goods or services, including any disposition to end users; andConfirmation that the Proposer has obtained license of this nature in the past, and have an expectation of obtaining all the necessary licenses, should their Proposal be rendered the most responsive. Management Structure and Key Personnel – This section should include the comprehensive curriculum vitae (CVs) of key personnel that will be assigned to support the implementation of the proposed methodology, clearly defining the roles and responsibilities vis-à-vis the proposed methodology. CVs should establish competence and demonstrate qualifications in areas relevant to the TOR. In complying with this section, the Proposer assures and confirms to IEEL&A that the personnel being nominated are available for the Contract on the dates proposed. If any of the key personnel later becomes unavailable, except for unavoidable reasons such as death or medical incapacity, among other possibilities, IEEL&A reserves the right to consider the proposal non-responsive. Any deliberate substitution arising from unavoidable reasons, including delay in the implementation of the project of programme through no fault of the Proposer shall be made only with IEEL&A acceptance of the justification for substitution, and IEEL&A approval of the qualification of the replacement who shall be either of equal or superior credentials as the one being replaced. 4.4 Where the Data Sheet requires the submission of the Proposal Security, the Proposal Security shall be included along with the Technical Proposal. The Proposal Security may be forfeited by IEEL&A Project, and reject the Proposal, in the event of any or any combination of the following conditions: If the Proposer withdraws its offer during the period of the Proposal Validity specified in the Data Sheet, or;If the Proposal Security amount is found to be less than what is required by IEEL&A Project as indicated in the Data Sheet , or;In the case the successful Proposer fails: i.to sign the Contract after has awarded it;ii.to comply with variation of requirement, as per RFP clause 35; oriii.To furnish Performance Security, insurances, or other documents that IEEL&A Project may require as a condition to rendering the affectivity of the contract that may be awarded to the Proposer. Financial Proposals The Financial Proposal shall be prepared using the attached standard form (Section 5). It shall list all major cost components associated with the services, and the detailed breakdown of such costs. All outputs and activities described in the Technical Proposal must be priced separately on a one-to-one correspondence. Any output and activities described in the Technical Proposal but not priced in the Financial Proposal, shall be assumed to be included in the prices of other activities or items, as well as in the final total price.

Technical assistance to support the implementation of the energy sector policy support reform

European Union | Published February 12, 2013
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Technical assistance to support the implementation of the energy sector policy support reform

ENPI — technical assistance to support implementation of the energy sector policy support reform

European Union | Published August 24, 2012  -  Deadline September 24, 2012
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ENPI — technical assistance to support implementation of the energy sector policy support reform

ENPI — technical assistance to support the implementation of the Egyptian energy sector reforms

European Union | Published July 24, 2012
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ENPI — technical assistance to support the implementation of the Egyptian energy sector reforms

Information Notice - Egypt - Feasibility Study and Capacity Building for the use of Renewable Energy for Pumping Irrigation Water - Contract Awards

 | Published November 29, 2016
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LECB - Model Development and Training on the Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning System (LEAP) for an Egyptian national model

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published June 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 25, 2017
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