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National Consultant for Development of the Sustainable Energy for All Website and Online Community Activation

Uganda Country Office - UGANDA | Published August 23, 2017  -  Deadline September 6, 2017
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The Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) is a United Nation’s initiative that seeks to achieve universal access to modern energy, double the rate of improvement of energy efficiency and double the share of renewable energy in the global mix by 2030. Along the global objectives, Uganda has set its SE4All Action Agenda in the following three goals:More than 98% of Ugandans with access to electricity and more than 99% of Ugandans using modern cooking technologies; Wood fuel consumption is reduced by 40% and energy efficiency is improved by 20%;Renewable energy sources are diversified and contribute to more than 90% of Uganda’s electricity mix and 38% of the thermal (heating purposes) energy mix.The above objectives of SE4All are consistent with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 7 which is to ‘ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern for all by 2030’.Given the above background, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD) through the SE4All Secretariat seeks to recruit a consultancy to develop a SE4All website for Uganda that will collate together energy related information from various players in the energy sector and provide updated information on the SE4All targets in the country.Main Objective:Development of the SE4All website and online community action which will provide a platform for interaction and information sharing among all those interested in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of Uganda’s progress on achieving the SE4All initiative.

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline September 9, 2015
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Design, Supply, Erection Installation, Testing And Commissioning Of The Proposed Mv And Lv Grid Extension Works Comprising: Approximately 77km Of 33kv And 11kv Mv Distribution Lines And Approximately 200 Km Of Lv Distribution Lines; And The Installation O THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NO:MEMD/ESDP/WKS/15-16/00010 Design,Supply and Construction of Medium Voltage (MV) lines and associated Low Voltage (LV) networks in eligible areas along theKawanda-Masaka 220kV transmission line corridor. BRIEF DESCRIPTIONOFSCOPE OF WORK Design,Supply, Erection Installation, Testing and Commissioning of the proposed MV and LV grid extension works comprising: approximately77km of 33kV and 11kV MV distribution lines and approximately200 km of LV distribution lines; and the installation of about 53distribution transformers in eligible areas along the Kawanda-Masaka 220kV transmission line corridor Loan No.4988-UG 1.      The Government of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has receiveda loan from the International Development Association towards implementation of the Electricity Sector Development Project (ESDP)and itintends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to payments under the contract for the cost of the Design, Supply andConstruction of Medium Voltage lines and associated Low Voltage networks in eligible areas along the Kawanda-Masaka220kVtransmission line corridor. 2.      The Government of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development now invitessealed bids from eligible bidders for Design, Supply and Construction of Medium Voltage lines and associated Low Voltage networksinvarious eligible areas along the Kawanda-Masaka 220kV transmission line corridor. 3.      Bidding will be conducted through theInternational CompetitiveBidding procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits, and is open to all bidders from eligible source countries as defined in the guidelines. 4.       Qualifications requirements include: participation as contractor,management contractor, or subcontractor, in at least three (3) contracts within the last five (5)years, each with a value of at least United StatesDollars; Two Million and eight Hundred thousand  Million (USD 2,800,000, /-) that have been successfully and substantially completed and are similar to the proposedworks. 5.       Interestedeligible bidders may obtain further information andinspect the bidding documents at the address given below at 8 (b) from8:00AM to 5:00PM (Local Time). 6.      A complete set of biddingdocuments in English maybe purchased by interested bidders on the submission of awritten application to the address below at (b) and upon payment of a nonrefundable fee of Uganda Shillings;Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Only (UGX 250,000/-). The method of payment will be by Bank Payment Advice obtained from Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment ESDP Accounts Office, 2nd Floor, Room E 203. 7.      There shall be a Pre-Bid meeting at the Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment, Amber House, Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road, third floor Boardroom, NumberC305on August 19, 2015 2015 at 10:00am, Local Time. 8.      Bids must be delivered to the address below at 8 (c) at or before 10:00AM (local time) on September 9, 2015. Allbids must be accompanied by a bid security of USD 100,000 (One hundred thousand United States Dollars) or its equivalent in a freely convertiblecurrency or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in thepresence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 8 (d) at 10:30AM (local time), September 9, 2015. 8(a)     Address: Documents may be inspected at: Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment Attention: Procurement Specialist - ESDP Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4th floor, Room B409 City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8(b)      Address: Bids mustbe purchased: Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment Attention: Procurement Specialist - ESDP, Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4th floor, Room B409 City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8(c)      Address: Bids mustbe delivered to: Ministry of Energy and MineralDevelopment Attention: Head Procurement and Disposal Unit Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 1st Floor, Room C109 City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8(d)      address of Bidopening: Place: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 3rd Floor, Room C305 City: Kampala Country: Uganda Eng. Paul Mubiru For: Permanent Secretary

UG: Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

Ministry of Water and Environment /Procurement andDisposal Unit | Published January 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
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Consulting Services For Water Schemes Eligibility Assessment And Final Selection, Feasibility Study, Detailed Designs And Construction Supervision REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda (GoU)has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Energy for RuralTransformation Project II, and intends intends to apply part of the proceeds for eligible payments under Consultancy Services for Water Schemes Eligibility Assessment & Final Selection, Feasibility Study,and Detailed Design including Preparation of Tender Documentation for Schemes and Supervision of Construction to be consideredunder Energy for Rural Transformation Phase III. The ERT Phase II project aims at scaling up investments in rural electrificationand Information Communication Technologies (ICTs). Under ERT Phase II, the Ministry of Water & Environment will power off-gridwater supply schemes with renewable energy (solar) in order to reduce the cost of operation, management and maintenance of watersupply schemes thus decreasing the cost per unit of water. The consultancy services ("the services") include eligibility assessment of 75 watersupply schemes, preparation of feasibility studies of eligible rural water supply schemes (30 no. schemes), detailed design, tenderdocumentation and procurement support and supervision of construction using the International Development Association's (IDA)applicable standard procurement documents. The project implementation period is8 months for Eligibility Assessment and FinalSelection, Feasibility Study, and Detailed Designs phase while the Construction Supervision phase is expected to last 24monthsincluding defects liability monitoring period. The assignment is expected to commence in September2015. The Ministry of Water and Environment now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The shortlisting criteria will include: Experience in at least 3 similarassignments ? eligibility assessment, feasibility study, detailed design, and construction supervision of solar water powered waterschemes, experience in similar conditionswith at least 2 projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, and presence of appropriate skills amongstaff in the areas of Energy Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Water Engineering, Social Assessment, Environmental Health andSurveying. The attention of interested consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credits& Grants) by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. The form of association, where applicable, should be indicated in the expression ofinterest. A consultant will be selected in accordance with Quality & Cost BasedSelection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours(Monday to Friday, 08:30 ? 17:00 hours, except on public holidays). Expressions of interest (One original plus five copies) must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow (in person, or by e-mail) by 11:00 Hours on 18th February, 2015. The packages must be clearly marked:  Expression of Interest for Consulting Services forWater Schemes Eligibility Assessment and Final Selection, Feasibility Study, Detailed Designs and Construction Supervision tobeconsidered under Energy for Rural Transformation Phase III? Contract No. MWE/CONS/14-15/00284 The Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit Ministry of Water and Environment Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road, Luzira Room 128 Kampala, UGANDA Email: jane.meke@mwe.go.ug; with copies to: richard.matua@mwe.go.ug, and allan.mugabi@mwe.go.ug

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

Ministry of Health | Published October 5, 2015
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General Procurement Notice Republic ofUganda MINISTRY OFHEALTH Issue of Addendum No. 1 IncreasingAccess to Modern Energy Packages in Rural Areas Funded by:Nordic Development Fund Grant No. NDF C2 Under Energy for Rural Transformation Project II -HealthComponent Supply of Solar Systems Spare Parts and Accessories for Health Centres in Buliisa, Moyo,Amolatar, Gulu, Soroti, Serere, Pader and Bududa Districts Procurement Reference No. MOH/SUPLS/15-16/00103 1.         ThisAddendum follows the General Procurement Notice for thisProject that appeared in dg Market of 18th February 2009, the MonitorPublications of 14th February 2009 and the Invitation for Bids thatwas advertised in the dg Market and the New Vision of3rd September 2015. 2.         The bid submission deadline has been extended from 15 October to 13 November 2015 and the plannedprocurement schedule(subject to change) is as follows: Activity Date a.    Publish bid notice 3rd September,2015 b.    Pre-bid Meeting Not Applicable c.    Bid closing date 13th November2015 d.   Evaluation process 13th December2015 e.    Display and communication of best evaluated bidder notice 20th December2015 f.     Contract signature 14th January 2016 3. The Address (es) andtime of bid submission remain unchanged. Dr. Asuman Lukwago PERMANENT SECRETARY

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation III - P133312

 | Published June 9, 2016
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Environment andResource Management Consultant (ERMC) (P) Ltd in JV withEnvironmental and Scientific Services (NESS) Ltd-
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Small Contracts Award (dir,cqs,indv,sss) Small Contract Award Notice Uganda Project: P133312 - Uganda Energy for Rural TransformationIII Report Period: 17-May-2016 - 06-Jun-2016 Awarded Firm/Indv. : Environment andResource Management Consultant (ERMC) (P) Ltd in JV withEnvironmental and Scientific Services (NESS) Ltd- Address: P. O. BOX 12419, New Banesshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal Contract Signature Date:17-May-2016 Method of Procurement: CQS- Selection Based On Consultant's Qualification Price: USD 406,192.40 Duration: 6.5 Month(s) Summary Scope of Contract: Consultancy Services for Environmental andSocial Impact of the IsimbaHydropower Project on the Kalagala Off Set Area (ADDENDUM)

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

 | Published January 4, 2016
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Haso Engineers Company Limited
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Design, Supply And Construction Of 33kv Lines And Associated Low Voltage Networks In Priority Rural Electrification Project Areas. ICB Contract Award Notice Uganda Project: P112334 - Uganda: Energy for Rural Transformation APL-2 Bid/Contract Reference No: REA-ERTII/WRKS/15-16/00052 Scope of Contract: Design, Supply and Construction of 33kV lines and associated Low Voltage Networks in Priority RuralElectrification Project areas. Duration of Contract: 9Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 23-Dec-2015 Evaluation Currency: USD-United States Dollars Awarded Bidder(s): Name: Haso Engineers Company Limited Address: Plot 63, Mutesa 1 Road KatweP.O Box 33112, Kampala-Uganda Country: Uganda Bid Price at Opening:USD 4,879,462.38 Evaluated Bid Price: USD4,550,839.14 Contract Price: USD4,550,839.14

EOI – Uganda - Individual consultant to provide procurement specialist services - earth Energy 20MW biomass power project

 | Published April 19, 2017
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EOI – Uganda - Individual consultant to provide procurement specialist services - earth Energy 20MW biomass power project

EOI - Uganda / anzania - Consulting Services - Berkeley Energy Africa Limited – AREF – 09 2015

 | Published September 14, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Uganda/Tanzania Hydro Renewable Energy Sector-Hydro Electricity Berkeley Energy manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF), a private equity fund corner-stoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB). A Project Support Facility (PSF) has been set up under the fund toward the cost of a range of assistance to support the development of renewable energy projects. AREF is considering an investment into a potential 16 MW cross-border small hydro project in Uganda The services sought from a selected single consultant following a request for proposal for the Project are to include:  Resettlement Action Plan survey in Tanzania and Uganda  Development of the Resettlement Action Plan, land valuation reports and livelihood restoration for Tanzania and Uganda  Development of the ESIA for Camp site, substation and access road  Carry out a Cumulative Impact, Aquatic and Semi-aquatic assessment  Carry out a study on the migratory fish and animals  Updating of the existing Environmental and social impact assessment report  Resettlement action plan implementation for both Tanzania and Uganda Berkeley Energy now invites eligible consultancy companies to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested companies 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. 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” 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 8 am to 6 pm. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below either in hard copy or electronically by 23rd September 2015 at 15:00 East African Time and mention “Berkeley Energy Africa Limited”. Attn: Berkeley Energy Africa Limited Axel-Franck Gnassounou Springette Office Park Block F2 Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 719 235 642 E-mail: Agnassounou@berkeley-energy.com

National Consultant to Develop Sustainable Energy For All (SE4All) District Action Agendas in Northern Uganda Districts of Kitgum and Agago

UNDP Country Office - UGANDA | Published October 4, 2016  -  Deadline October 15, 2016
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The United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki-moon launched the SE4ALL Initiative to achieve three inter-related objectives by 2030:Ensuring universal access to modern energy services;Doubling the rate of improvement in energy efficiency;Doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix.Uganda is among the fast movers that joined SE4All Initiative in 2012 and since then it has taken steps to kick-start the implementation of SE4All in Uganda.In line with the United Nations SE4All global objectives, Uganda set its national objectives to be achieved by the year 2030 outlined as follows;To increase the electricity access rate from 15% to over 98% of the population;To have over 99% of the population with access to modern cooking solutions;To improve energy efficiency of power users by a minimum of 20% and to reduce wood fuel consumption by 40%;To increase the renewable energy, share in the total final energy consumption for electric power to over 90% and to increase the share of renewable energy for thermal purposes to 36%.With support from key development partners that include the UNDP and EU, the Government of Uganda (GoU) through the Ministry of Energy and Mineral development (MEMD) developed an Action Agenda (AA) that will help the country fast track implementation of SE4All in Uganda. The Country AA defines national SE4All objectives and lists detailed actions and measures necessary to achieve them. The Action Agenda presents a list of interventions to be implemented in order to achieve SE4ALL goals for Uganda, which are universal access to electricity and clean cook stoves by households and institutions, maintain the share of renewable electricity above 95% of the electricity mix, double the share of renewable energy in thermal processes, and engage energy efficiency projects.The SE4All Secretariat was established at the MEMD and its main role is to coordinate and monitor the efforts of different stakeholders towards achieving the set goals of the SE4All programme by 2030. The country AA proposed piloting of SE4All in 3 selected districts, Kasese, Kaabong and Jinja, by starting with development of AAs for the respective districts and among the objectives of this is that the lessons learnt will be used to replicate the initiative in other parts of the country. The Secretariat completed this exercise within the 3 districts and now intends to develop more AAs throughout the country.The MEMD SE4All Secretariat is seeking an expert to develop AAs for 2 selected districts, Kitgum and Agago, in the Northern Uganda electricity service territory. The beneficiary of the assignment is the SE4All Secretariat for Uganda.Objective of the consultancy:The objective of the present assignment is to conduct an assessment of the energy situation in the districts with regards to the 3 SE4All goals, including the energy gaps, challenges, productive businesses, identify key players in the district from government, donors, NGOs and the private sector, among others. Actions will be proposed to accelerate the achievement of 3 SE4All goals in the districts, recommend synergies among the stakeholders. A cost implication of each proposed action shall be provided to give an indication of how much investment would be required to achieve the goals.

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation III - P133312

The Procurement Office ERT III | Published June 1, 2015
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General Procurement Notice Republic of Uganda GENERALPROCUREMENT NOTICE UGANDA Uganda Energy for Rural Transformation III Project ID No.  P133312 The Government of Uganda (GoU) has applied for financing from theInternational Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank in the amount of US$135 million equivalent toward the cost of the Uganda Energy for Rural Transformation III (ERT III). This shall be complemented by Government funding of US$33.20 and it intends to apply part of the proceeds topayments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under the project. The Project Development Objectiveof Energy for RuralTransformation III Uganda Project is to increase access to electricity in rural areas of Uganda. The project will include the following components: Component 1: On-grid Energy Access (US$144.6million) This component covers on-grid investments to be implemented by the Rural Electrification Agency (REA). 1-1.            Grid Extension and Associated Connections (US$99.2 million: US$80 million IDA, US$19.2 millionGoU). This sub-component includes the construction of 21 distribution grid extension projects that span over 1,800 km andassociated connections. These lines have been identified as priority investment for expanding rural access by the Government andwere selected based on the Indicative Rural Electrification Master Plan (IREMP). The project will fund household connections andbasic wiring methods (ready boards) associated with the sub-component to alleviate consumer affordability barriers. Householdconsumers whose connection and internal wiring costs are prefunded by the project will be required to repay, in installments, thefull costsover a period agreed with GoU/REA. The project will not fund last-mile connections for commercial and industrialcustomers. 1-2. Grid Intensification and Associated Connections(US$29.5 million). This sub-component includes short extensions to the medium voltage (MV) and low voltage (LV) network andassociated connections to potential customers who are relatively close to the existing grid. The implementationof the sub-componentwill be through: (i) turnkey contracts for both extensions and connections implemented by REA on behalf of the ServiceProviders(SPs); and (ii) framework contracts between REA and SPs allowing SPs to identify, package, and implement extensions and connectionsin their respective networks. 1-3. Household Connections from Existing Lines (US$10 million). Thissub-component will finance "last-mile" connections and basic low-cost internal wiring for household consumers along the existingdistribution network, not covered under sub-components 1-1 and 1-2. Both sub-components 1-1 and 1-2 will extend theLV network  to reach potential customers. This sub-component, in contrast, will finance customerswithin the "no pole connections" distance (i.e. within 35 meters that can be covered by service connection cables) from theexisting network. 1-4. Implementation Support for On-grid Energy Access (US$5.9 million). Thissub-component will support the implementation of on-grid energy access activities. It includes planning, coordination, andimplementation support for REA, construction supervision, consumer sensitization and mobilization, independent verification ofconnections, and capacity development for REA to strengthen its oversight roles in rural electrification. Some of thesupportprovided to REA will also support the initial capacity building needsfor SPs to accelerate access scale-up. Component 2: Off-grid Energy Access (US$25million:) This component covers off-grid energy access, including the installation of solar Photovoltaic (PV) systemsfor public institutions in rural areas; business development support; provision of credit facilities to enhance electricity access;and quality standards enforcement support. This component will finance necessary consultancy services, capacity buildingactivities, and operations costs. The componentwill be implemented by several implementing agencies?Ministry of Health (MoH),Ministry of Water and Environment (MoWE), Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports (MoESTS), PSFU, and UECCC?under thecoordination of the Project Coordination Unit (PCU) within MEMD. 2-1. Institutional Solar PV Systems (US$11million).  This sub-component will support provision of solar PV systems forpost-primary schools, health clinics, and water stations in rural growth centers. MoH, MoWE, and MoESTS will be the executingagencies. 2-2. Business Development Support for Rural Access (US$1.5 million).This sub-component includes the following activities: (i) business development support for private contractors, electricians,and wiremen; (ii) promotion of organization and self-regulation among the solar business; and (iii) provision of electricity forisolated areas through pico-hydro schemes. The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) will implement thiscomponent and willfacilitate the activities in rural areas to fostercommunity-based schemes to expand access. 2-3. FinancialIntermediation for Rural Access (US$11.5 million:This sub-component will provide credit line and guarantee instruments through Uganda Energy Credit Capitalization Company Ltd(UECCC) to Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) to facilitate consumer financing needs and working capital for solarbusinesses supporting off-grid access. It also includes technical assistance to strengthen UECCC,[1] the implementing agency of thissub-component. UECCC is expected to provide a solar refinance facility and aworking capital support facility to PFIs foron-lending. The working capital support primarily targets the solar companies providing consumer financing through pay-as-you-go orsimilar arrangements. The consumer refinance primarily targets end users who purchase solar systems oncash-basis. A partial riskguarantee instrument will also be designedto be offered to PFIs to partially cover their credit risk related totheir lending tosolar companies. 2-4. Quality Assurance for Solar Market Development (US$1 million).This sub-component aims to promote quality assurance and awareness of solar products so as to enable the market for affordable,high-quality PV productsin rural areas. Support provided to complement market activities willbe in the form of: (i) publicawareness campaigns to inform consumersof the benefits of solar lighting products and to educate consumers on the characteristicsof good quality products; and (ii) strengtheningof the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) and the National QualityAssurance framework[2]for PV systems in order to curtail the inflow of cheap, low quality systems. This sub-component will be implemented by REA incollaboration with the UNBS. Component 3: Institutional Strengthening and Impacts Monitoring(US$5.6 million) This component will finance technical assistance and capacity development required to accelerate electricityaccess. It will also support the Government to carry out an Impact Monitoring and Evaluation of the ERT-2. Technical assistanceprovided under this component will finance the necessary consultancy services, capacity building activities, and operations costs.This component will be implemented by MEMD, in collaborationwith ERA, and the Ministry of Finance, Planning and EconomicDevelopment (MoFPED). Procurement of goods, works andconsultancy services underthis project includes, inter alia: Goods and Non Consultancy Services: i.           Services for Independent Verification Agent under ERT III: Lot 1- Umeme connections,  Lot 2 -Connections by other utilities Works: i.                   Construction of 33kV grid extensions including LV reticulations in: 1.      Kiganda -Mile 16 with tee-offKatabalanga & Kibyamirizi (109km) 2.      Ruhumba - Kashwa with tee-offRwebishuri  (123km) 3.      Wandi-Yumbe-Moyo andOnduparika-Odramachu-Abiria: (345.8km) 4.      Kibaale - Kikalu, Namalemba -Nakalama & Namutumba - Mazuba  (82km) 5.      Kabowa - Lumuli - Budima(Jinja),   Busitema - Busia (Busia), (75km) 6.      Bukalasi & Mayoka(Bududa), Wanale ? Budwale and environs (Mbale),  Nampologoma, Namulo, Bufuja,Manyamye, Butenga and environs (Butaleja) (150km) 7.      Kyabadaza - Masankwa, Nyanama,Mpenja - Maseruka, Kiriri - Kasasa, Mpenja - Nsambwe - Kononi - Mamba - Mauki (123km) 8.      Nakifuma - Nagojje, Walusibi -Katogo - Mbaliga - Namele & Nakasajja - Kyampisi with tee-off Kasawo - Luwero (71.7km) 9.      Mubende - Kyabayanga - Ngangiwith tee-off Kahirimbara, Kibaale - Kikwaya & Karuguza SS, Kibonge, Buronzi, Katete, Nyamarunda, Kitoro & Kabale Pri Sch(134km) 10.  Kiyagara ? Bwizi, Biguri ? Ntonwa, Ntara  - Bwensamba (87.5km) 11.  Mitemula - Nakiyaga - Nkuke - Kyanamukaka withtee-offs Nkule - Ketengesa ,Bukeri - Namirembe & Baale Landing sites, Kyanamukaka - Butamo(125km) 12.  Rukoni (Mail 36) - Rwoho - Ngugo - Bugamba andBugangari - Rwenshama with tee-off to Mirama Sub county (110km) 13.  Karugutu - Ntoroko including Semiliki Safari Lodge(55km) 14.  Ngeta - Ayala - Alito - Ogur - Apala - Aloi - Adwari -Patongo  (103km) 15.  Dokolo - Agwata HCIII,Aceng - Dokolo - Atur, Dokolo -Apapai - Tiriri & Otuboi - Orungo- Acuna  (111km) 16.  Kagongo - Rweshuri with tee-off Kigalama & Nyansimbo - Rwenkoobwa(53.7km) ii.                 Construction of various 33kV gridintensification/densification schemes  including LV reticulations in all ServiceTerritories (STs) iii.               Procurement of works for supply, installation and maintenance of solar energy packages for 100Post Primary Education Institutions iv.               Procurement of works for supply,  installation andmaintenance of solar energy packages for 276 Health centres in 23 Districts v.                 Procurement of works for supply, installation and maintenance ofEnergy Packages for Water SupplySchemes in Small Towns and Rural Growth Centres (15 schemes) Consultancy Services: i.            Consultancy Services for Construction Supervision of the above grid extensions ii.            Contract for consultancy services for   Supervision of installation ofEnergy Packages for post Primary Education Institutions iii.            Procurement of consultancy services for constructions supervision of 15 ERT III water supply solar/grid powered energypackages in small towns and rural growth centres. iv.            Review of Geothermal Information and Recommendations for an Exploration Strategy for Uganda v.            Review of the existing legal and regulatory regime and recommendations on institutional development and an appropriatelegal/regulatory framework vi.            Design and Construction Guidelines for Distribution Infrastructure vii.            Enhancement of Regulation for ElectricalInstallations viii.            Cost of Electricity Service Study ix.            Consumer Affordability Study x.            Services for review, quality assurance checks and construction supervision of the various 33kV gridintensification/densification schemes  including LV reticulations in allSTs xi.            Frameworkagreement fordesign and project management of densification schemes in Umeme ST xii.            Services for UNBS PV lab pre-accreditation assessment xiii.            Services for accreditation and assessment of UNBS PV lab xiv.            Servicesofconsultant to develop and roll out consumer education, awareness and marketing strategy of the solar PV programme xv.            Services for PV consumer satisfactionsurvey Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will be conducted through the procedures as specified in the WorldBank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works, and non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants(January 2011 revised July 2014), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in theguidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultantsunder IBRD Loans & IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 revised July 2014). Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid under the World Bank's internationalcompetitive bidding (ICB)procedures and for contracts for consultancy services will be announced, as they become available, in UN DevelopmentBusiness and dgMarket, in the internationalpublications (where applicable), and in the local and regional newspapers. Prequalification ofcontractors will not be required. Requests for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services are expected to start in May 2015. Invitations to bid are expected to start in September 2015. Interested eligible bidders who wish to beincluded on the mailing list to receive invitations to bid under ICB procedures, and interested consultants who wish to receive acopy of advertisement requesting expressions of interest for consultancy contracts, or those requiring additional information,should contact the addresses below:- For Component 1 implemented by REA The Head ofProcurement and Disposal Unit RuralElectrification Agency Plot 10 WindsorLoop, Kololo 2nd Floor, Houseof Hope P. O. Box7317 KAMPALA ?UGANDA Email address: procurement@rea.or.ug Tel:+256-312-318100 Website: www.rea.or.ug For Components 2 and 3 implemented by Ministries, Departments and other Agencies. The Procurement Office ERT III Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Plot 29/33 Kampala Road, Amber House, 4th Floor Room Number B409 Email address: s.mukazi@energy.go.ug Tel: +256-414- 231151 Facsimile number: +256-414258163 Website: www.energy.go.ug

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

Ministry of Health | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 15, 2015
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Supply Of Solar Systems Spare Parts And Accessories For Health Centres In Buliisa, Moyo, Amolatar, Gulu, Soroti, Serere, Pader And Bududa Districts Republic ofUganda Ministry ofHealth Invitation for Bids (IFB) IncreasingAccess to Modern Energy Packages in Rural Areas Funded by:Nordic Development Fund Grant No. NDF C2 Under Energy for Rural Transformation Project II -HealthComponent Supply of Solar Systems Spare Parts and Accessories for Health Centres in Buliisa, Moyo,Amolatar, Gulu, Soroti, Serere, Pader and Bududa Districts Procurement Reference No: MOH/SUPLS/15-16/00103 1.         ThisInvitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in dgMarket of 18thFebruary 2009 and the Monitor Publications of 14th February 2009. 2.         The Government of Uganda has received a Grant from the NordicDevelopment Fund (NDF) toward the cost of the Project for Increasing Access to Modern Energy Packages in Rural Areas under theframework of the Energy for Rural Transformation (ERT) Project II, and it intends to applypart of the proceeds of this Grant topurchase solar systems spare parts and accessories for Health Centres in Buliisa, Moyo, Amolatar,Gulu, Soroti, Serere, Pader and BududaDistricts.  Bidding will be governed by the World Bank's eligibility rules and procedures. 3.        The Ministry of Health now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders to supply the following spare parts formaintenance of solar systems in Health Centres in Buliisa, Moyo, Amolatar, Gulu, Soroti, Serere, Pader and Bududa Districts: Inverters,Batteries, Charge Regulators and Solar Photovoltaic Modules. 4.         Bidding will be conductedthrough the International Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and is open to all bidders from Eligible Source Countries asdefined in the Guidelines. 5.         The qualification criteria foraward of contracts include, among others: (i)          Bidder shall have anaverage annual turnover of USD 1,000,000 for the lastthree years. (ii)        Bidder shall have satisfactorily completed at least two similar contracts in terms of complexity and value inthe lastimmediate four years. (iii)      Bidder should have Technical personnel with capacity and experience to train users/technicians how to install, use, operateand maintain the solar equipment to be supplied. (iv)       Bidder shall have a Local Agent to provide After Salesservices. 6.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Address 1 below andinspect the bidding documents at the Address 2below from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. 7.         A completeset of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders onthesubmission of a written Application to the address 2 below and upon payment of a non refundable fee of UShs. 200,000= (UgandaShillingsTwo Hundred Thousand only) or equivalent amount ina freely convertible currency. The method of payment will be by cash or cashier's checkor certified check payable to theMinistry of Health Cashier before proceeding to pick the documents from the Procurement and Disposal Unit in room C 107 at theAddress 2 below. 8.         Bids mustbe delivered to the address 2 below at or before 10.00 a.m. Thursday 15 October 2015.  Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in thepresence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend in person at the address 2 below at 10.30 a.m. Thursday 15 October2015. 9.         The bidmust be accompanied by a Bid Security totalingUS$ 12,000 (United States Dollars Twelve Thousandonly) or equivalent amounts in a freely convertible currency. 10.       Bids shall be valid for 120days and bid securities shall be valid for 148 days (up to from the deadline date for submission of bids. 11.       The planned procurement schedule (subject to changes) is asfollows: Activity Date a.    Publish bid notice 3rd September,2015 b.    Pre-bid Meeting Not Applicable c.    Bid closing date 15th October,2015 d.   Evaluation process 13th November,2015 e.    Display and communication of best evaluated bidder notice 30th November,2015 f.     Contract signature 21st December 2016 12.       The Address (es) referred to above are: Address 1 (for clarifications) Procurement and Disposal Unit Ministry of Health Plot 6 Lourdel Road- Nakasero 1st Floor, RoomC105 Tel: +256  414 256945 E-mail: jomusinguzi@yahoo.com Address 2 (for biddelivery and bid opening) Head Procurement and Disposal Unit Ministry of Health Plot 6 Lourdel Road 1st Floor, Room C107 KAMPALA Dr.Asuman Lukwago PERMANENTSECRETARY

SPN – Uganda - Achwa HPP3 Electro-Mechanical Works - Africa Renewable Energy Fund – 08 2015

 | Published August 26, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE Africa Renewable Energy Fund Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Electro-Mechanical Works, Uganda 1. Berkeley Energy (http://www.berkeley-energy.com) is a renewable energy investment manager that invests in Asian and African emerging markets. Berkeley Energy currently manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF). AREF is a USD $200m fund (final close in Q1 2015) cornerstoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest into development stage renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan African markets, excluding South Africa. A General Procurement Notice for AREF was published on 30th September 2014. 2. AREF has invested into a cascade of run of river hydro projects on the Achwa River in Northern Uganda, one of these is Achwa HPP 3 (“the project”) which is estimated to have a size of between 5-10MW. AREF is currently the 99% shareholder of the project. 3. This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) is in relation to project electro-mechanical services to be provided under the EPC package, which includes the provision of the design, manufacture, supply, transportation, installation and commissioning of turbines and all other associated works and spare parts, which will be detailed in the Tender Documents, Specifications, Drawings and Employers Requirements. 4. The site has an average flow of 65.5m3/s which is based on extensive hydrological data including long term rainfall measurements, 4 years of on-site flow monitoring, satellite data and hydrology assessments carried out by the project engineering consultant. The project is expected to have a gross hydraulic head of about 12.5m. 5. The proposed site is located about 50km north east from the town of Gulu in Northern Uganda. 6. AREF invites suitably experienced Companies (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to indicate their interest in providing the above services and being invited to tender, and to be included on the electronic issue of the Tender Documents when they are made available. The tender is intended to be run as a restricted tender and, where reasonably practicable, in accordance with the African Development Bank Procurement Rules and Procedures. 7. Interested eligible Companies are requested to provide tender specific information, in the form of a company-headed letter on no more than five A4 pages, outlining their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the above services (information to be provided should include; references for similar projects delivered, summary experience in delivering comparable sized hydro power projects, summary of qualified staff, a list of projects completed in the last 3 years and general company financial information, and most importantly, their experience of delivering similar projects in East Africa, principally Uganda). This should be submitted by email in pdf form to the address below. 8. Please note that interest expressed by a Company does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist, or to continue with the tender as outlined within this SPN. A non-response indicates that your Expression of Interest has not been successful. 9. The tender stage of procurement is expected to commence during Q4 2015, with a 8 week tender period. The successful bidder will be notified in around October 2015 and the expected date of contract award is during Q1, 2016, subject to final arrangements for project approvals, financing and offtake agreement. 10. Interested Companies may submit queries and request further information to the email address below, however it is pointed out that limited information will be available for disclosure until the tender launch date or until Non-Disclosure Agreements are entered into. 11. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Friday 18th September 2015, 15:00 East Africa Time and specifically referencing “Achwa HPP3 Electro-Mechanical Works”. Mr Richard Scott rscott@berkeley-energy.com +254 700 470 433. Berkeley Energy, Springette Office Park, Block F2, Lower Kabete Road, Spring Valley, Nairobi, Kenya

Backstopping services for the development of Integrated Sustainable Energy Solutions for Schools in off-grid areas in Uganda

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 5, 2015
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The Uganda LECB Project is part of the UNDP LECB programme, launched in January 2011 and encompassing 25 participating countries. The programme is funded by the European Commission and the governments of Germany and Australia. In Uganda, the national LECB project (launched March 2012) is implemented by the Climate Change Department of the Ministry of Water & Environment in close coordination with UNDP.  The main work areas are: Development of a national GHG inventory system; Elaboration of eight NAMA concepts in the prioritised sectors of energy, waste, transport and agriculture; Preparation of a low-emission development strategy; and Design of the associated measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) systems. Throughout 2013 the Uganda LECB project team undertook a range of capacity building and stakeholder consultations that resulted in the elaboration of eight NAMA concepts. During the consultations the stakeholders agreed that the Promotion Of The Use Of Efficient Institutional Stoves In Educational Institutions NAMA concept should be one of the two prioritized NAMA concepts in the energy sector. The concept was presented and endorsed at the Inter-ministerial Climate Change Committee and the Low Emissions Capacity Building Project Steering Committee. It was then presented to the Energy and Minerals Sector Working Group held on 11th September 2013 and approved. The Climate Change Policy Committee also gave their endorsement. The concept has now been upgraded to include other sustainable energy solutions and prioritised by the government for further elaboration and implementation. This document constitutes the Terms of Reference for the provision of consultancy services for providing international technical support to UNDP and the Government of Uganda in developing a detailed Integrated Sustainable Energy Solutions for Schools in off-grid areas in Uganda proposal.

SPN – Uganda - Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Civil Works, Uganda - Africa Renewable Energy Fund – 08 2015

 | Published August 26, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE Africa Renewable Energy Fund Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Civil Works, Uganda 1. Berkeley Energy (http://www.berkeley-energy.com) is a renewable energy investment manager that invests in Asian and African emerging markets. Berkeley Energy currently manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF). AREF is a USD $200m fund (final close in Q1 2015) cornerstoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest into development stage renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan African markets, excluding South Africa. A General Procurement Notice for AREF was published on 30th September 2014. 2. AREF has invested into a cascade of run of river hydro projects on the Achwa River in Northern Uganda, one of these is Achwa HPP 3 (“the project”) which is estimated to have a size of between 5-10MW. AREF is currently the 99% shareholder of the project. 3. This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) is in relation to the civil works to be provided under the EPC package, which includes the provision of the design, manufacture, supply, transportation, installation and commissioning of the civil works and all other associated works and spare parts, which will be detailed in the Tender Documents, Specifications, Drawings and Employers Requirements. 4. The site has an average flow of 65.5m3/s and the construction will consist of a intake weir (less than 10m in height), 1.2km headrace (3.5m x 13m), ~50m penstock, powerhouse, minimal tailrace, about 12km of 33kV transmission line and about 10km of access roads. 5. The proposed site is located about 50km north east from the town of Gulu in Northern Uganda. 6. AREF invites suitably experienced Companies (Civil Works Contractors) to indicate their interest in providing the above services and being invited to tender, and to be included on the electronic issue of the Tender Documents when they are made available. The tender is intended to be run as a restricted tender and, where reasonably practicable, in accordance with the African Development Bank Procurement Rules and Procedures. 7. Interested eligible Companies are requested to provide tender specific information, in the form of a company-headed letter on no more than five A4 pages, outlining their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the above services (information to be provided should include; references for similar projects delivered, summary experience in delivering comparable sized hydro power projects, summary of qualified staff, a list of projects completed in the last 3 years and general company financial information, and most importantly, their experience of delivering similar projects in East Africa, principally Uganda). This should be submitted by email in pdf form to the address below. 8. Please note that interest expressed by a Company does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist, or to continue with the tender as outlined within this SPN. A non-response indicates that your Expression of Interest has not been successful. 9. The tender stage of procurement is expected to commence during Q4 2015, with an 8 week tender period. The successful bidder will be notified on around October 2015 and the expected date of contract award is during Q1, 2016, subject to final arrangements for project approvals, financing and offtake agreement. 10. Interested Companies may submit queries and request further information to the email address below, however it is pointed out that limited information will be available for disclosure until the tender launch date or until Non-Disclosure Agreements are entered into. 11. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Friday 18th September, 15:00 East Africa Time and specifically referencing “Achwa HPP3 Civil Works”. Mr Richard Scott rscott@berkeley-energy.com +254 700 470 433. Berkeley Energy, Springette Office Park, Block F2, Lower Kabete Road, Spring Valley, Nairobi, Kenya

EOI – Uganda - Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Electro-Mechanical Works - Africa Renewable Energy Fund – 07 2015

 | Published July 24, 2015
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SPN – Achwa HPP3 Page 1 of 2 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Uganda Africa Renewable Energy Fund Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Electro-Mechanical Works, 1. Berkeley Energy (http://www.berkeley-energy.com) is a renewable energy investment manager that invests in Asian and African emerging markets. Berkeley Energy currently manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF). AREF is a USD $200m fund (final close in Q1 2015) cornerstoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest into development stage renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan African markets, excluding South Africa. A General Procurement Notice for AREF was published on 30th September 2014. 2. AREF has invested into a cascade of run of river hydro projects on the Achwa River in Northern Uganda, one of these is Achwa HPP 3 (“the project”) which is estimated to have a size of between 5-10MW. AREF is currently the 99% shareholder of the project. 3. This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) is in relation to project electro-mechanical services to be provided under the EPC package, which includes the provision of the design, manufacture, supply, transportation, installation and commissioning of turbines and all other associated works and spare parts, which will be detailed in the Tender Documents, Specifications, Drawings and Employers Requirements. 4. The site has an average flow of 65.5m3/s which is based on extensive hydrological data including long term rainfall measurements, 4 years of on-site flow monitoring, satellite data and hydrology assessments carried out by the project engineering consultant. The project is expected to have a gross hydraulic head of about 12.5m. 5. The proposed site is located about 50km north east from the town of Gulu in Northern Uganda. 6. AREF invites suitably experienced Companies (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to indicate their interest in providing the above services and being invited to tender, and to be included on the electronic issue of the Tender Documents when they are made available. The tender is intended to be run as a restricted tender and, where reasonably practicable, in accordance with the African Development Bank Procurement Rules and Procedures. 7. Interested eligible Companies are requested to provide tender specific information, in the form of a company-headed letter on no more than five A4 pages, outlining their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the above services (information to be provided should include; references for similar projects delivered, summary experience in delivering comparable sized geothermal power projects, summary of qualified staff, a list of projects completed in the last 3 years and general company financial information, and most importantly, their experience of delivering similar projects in East Africa, principally Uganda). This should be submitted by email in pdf form to the address below. 8. Please note that interest expressed by a Company does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist, or to continue with the tender as outlined within this SPN. A non-response indicates that your Expression of Interest has not been successful. 9. The tender stage of procurement is expected to commence during Q4 2015, with a 6 week tender period. The successful bidder will be notified in around October 2015 and the expected date of contract award is during Q1, 2016, subject to final arrangements for project approvals, financing and offtake agreement. SPN – Achwa HPP3 Page 2 of 2 10. Interested Companies may submit queries and request further information to the email address below, however it is pointed out that limited information will be available for disclosure until the tender launch date or until Non-Disclosure Agreements are entered into. 11. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Friday 10th August 2015, 15:00 East Africa Time and specifically referencing “Achwa HPP3 Electro-Mechanical Works”. Mr Richard Scott rscott@berkeley-energy.com +254 700 470 433. Berkeley Energy, 4th Floor, Cavendish Building, 14 Riverside Nairobi, Kenya

EOI – Uganda - Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Civil Works - Africa Renewable Energy Fund – 07 2015

 | Published July 24, 2015
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SPN – Achwa HPP3 Page 1 of 2 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Uganda Africa Renewable Energy Fund Achwa Hydro Power Project 3 Civil Works 1. Berkeley Energy (http://www.berkeley-energy.com) is a renewable energy investment manager that invests in Asian and African emerging markets. Berkeley Energy currently manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF). AREF is a USD $200m fund (final close in Q1 2015) cornerstoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest into development stage renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan African markets, excluding South Africa. A General Procurement Notice for AREF was published on 30th September 2014. 2. AREF has invested into a cascade of run of river hydro projects on the Achwa River in Northern Uganda, one of these is Achwa HPP 3 (“the project”) which is estimated to have a size of between 5-10MW. AREF is currently the 99% shareholder of the project. 3. This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) is in relation to the civil works to be provided under the EPC package, which includes the provision of the design, manufacture, supply, transportation, installation and commissioning of the civil works and all other associated works and spare parts, which will be detailed in the Tender Documents, Specifications, Drawings and Employers Requirements. 4. The site has an average flow of 65.5m3/s and the construction will consist of a 66m x 3.5m high rubber dam spillway intake configuration, 1.2km headrace (3.5m x 13m), ~50m penstock, powerhouse, minimal tailrace, about 12km of 33kV transmission line and about 10km of access roads. 5. The proposed site is located about 50km north east from the town of Gulu in Northern Uganda. 6. AREF invites suitably experienced Companies (Civil Works Contractors) to indicate their interest in providing the above services and being invited to tender, and to be included on the electronic issue of the Tender Documents when they are made available. The tender is intended to be run as a restricted tender and, where reasonably practicable, in accordance with the African Development Bank Procurement Rules and Procedures. 7. Interested eligible Companies are requested to provide tender specific information, in the form of a company-headed letter on no more than five A4 pages, outlining their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the above services (information to be provided should include; references for similar projects delivered, summary experience in delivering comparable sized geothermal power projects, summary of qualified staff, a list of projects completed in the last 3 years and general company financial information, and most importantly, their experience of delivering similar projects in East Africa, principally Uganda). This should be submitted by email in pdf form to the address below. 8. Please note that interest expressed by a Company does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist, or to continue with the tender as outlined within this SPN. A non-response indicates that your Expression of Interest has not been successful. 9. The tender stage of procurement is expected to commence during Q4 2015, with a 6 week tender period. The successful bidder will be notified in around October 2015 and the expected date of contract award is SPN – Achwa HPP3 Page 2 of 2 during Q1, 2016, subject to final arrangements for project approvals, financing and offtake agreement. 10. Interested Companies may submit queries and request further information to the email address below, however it is pointed out that limited information will be available for disclosure until the tender launch date or until Non-Disclosure Agreements are entered into. 11. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Friday 10th August 2015, 15:00 East Africa Time and specifically referencing “Achwa HPP3 Electro-Mechanical Works”. Mr Richard Scott rscott@berkeley-energy.com +254 700 470 433. Berkeley Energy, 4th Floor, Cavendish Building, 14 Riverside Nairobi, Kenya

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation III - P133312

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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Consultancy Services For Environmental And Social Impact Assessment (esia) Of The Impact Of The Isimba Hydropower Project On The Kalagala Offset Area THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDAMINISTRY OF ENERGYAND MINERAL DEVELOPMENT ENERGY FOR RURAL TRANSFORMATION PROJECT - III Project ID No. P133312 CONSULTANCY SERVICES Environmental and Social ImpactAssessment (ESIA) of the Impact of the Isimba Hydropower Project on the Kalagala Offset Area PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NUMBER: MEMD/CONS/2015-2016/00348/ERTIII REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda (GoU) has applied for financing from the World Banktoward the cost of the Energy for Rural Transformation Project ? III and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultantservices. The GoU is undertaking the development of the Isimba Hydropower Project, locatedsome 40 kilometers downstream of the Bujagali Hydropower Project. A Kalagala Offset Area (KOA) was set aside as part of thedevelopment of the Bujagali Hydropower Project.  As part ofproject preparation, the GoUprepared an ESIA for the Isimba Hydropower Project ("Isimba ESIA"). The government now wishes to complement the Isimba ESIA with anadditional Environmental and Social Impact Assessment focused on the impacts of the Isimba Hydropower Project on the KOA ("KOAESIA"). The objectives of this consultancy are toprepare: (i)    a KOA ESIA that comprehensively addresses the expected environmentaland social impacts of the Isimiba Hydropower Project onthe KOA and corresponding mitigation measures; and (ii)   a Long-term Conservation Options (LTCO) Report that wouldidentify options for ensuring a firm legal status and sustainable funding for the KOA. The KOAESIA should be undertaken consistent withthe World Bank safeguards policies. Both the KOA ESIA and the LTCO Report should provide a solid information base for the GoU ofUganda to engage with the World Bank in finding a mutually acceptable solution that would make Isimba Hydropower Project consistentwith the spirit and intent of the Indemnity Agreement for the Bujagali Hydropower Project of 2007. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development now invites eligible consultingfirms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the required services. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. Theshortlisting criteria are: 1.                 At least 10 years of experience inEnvironmental and Social Impact Assessments. 2.                 Specific experience of successfullycompleting environmental and social impact assessments for at least three similar infrastructure projects in the last 10 years. 3.                 Specific experience of successfullycompleting environmental and social impact assessments for at least two large hydropower projects (at least 100 MW in size each) inthe last 10 years. The two hydropower projects could be part of the list of projects prepared in response to the requirement of theparagraph immediately above (requirement #2). 4.                 Specific experience of successfullycompleting at least one environmental and social impact assessments following World Bank safeguards policies in the last fiveyears, 5.                 Presence of skills in the followingareas: i.              freshwater aquatic ecology, including experience with thefreshwater ecosystems of tropical Africa; ii.           environmental andnatural resource management; iii.         environmental andpower system economics, including experience in working with the tourism; iv.         legalenvironmental analysis, including experience with protected areas; v.           social science;and vi.         hydropowerengineering. 6.                 Experience inworking in developing countries. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Creditsand  Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 (revised July 2014)("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The Expression of Interest shall specifythe nature of association i.e., whetherjoint venture or sub-consultancy and shall indicate the lead firm. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualifications selectionmethod set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during officehours (0900hours to 1700hours). Expressions of interest (One original plusfive copies) must be delivered in a written form to the address below by January 18, 2016.The packages must be clearly marked:  Expression of Interest for consultancy services for Environmental and Social Impact Assessment(ESIA) of the Impact of the Isimba Hydropower Project on the Kalagala Offset Area ? Proc.Ref No. MEMD/CONS/2015-2016/00348/ERTIII Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit Ministry of Energyand Mineral Development Amber House, Plot 29/33 Kampala Road 1st Floor Room C109-Kampala- Uganda Email: hpdu@energy.go.ug; with copies to: s.mukazi@energy.go.ug

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation III - P133312

Private Sector Foundation Uganda | Published June 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
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Provision Of Consultancy Services For The Development Of Six Pico/micro Hydro Power Schemes ENERGY FOR RURALTRANSFORMATION PROJECTIII Project ID: P133312 PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SIX PICO/MICRO HYDRO POWER SCHEMES REFERENCE NO:         PSFU/CONS/15-16/00001 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda (GOU) has received a Credit from theInternational Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the third phase of the Energy for Rural Transformation Project (ERTIII) and intends to use part of the proceeds of the Credit towards payment for Consultancy Services for the design and constructionsupervision of six pico/micro hydro schemes in various parts of the country. The  consultancyservices, for each pico/micro scheme, will include carrying out feasibility studies, undertaking Environment and Social ImpactAssessment through preparation of a project brief to be approved by NEMA and a Land Acquisition Plan (LAP) includingcompensationplan where appropriate, mobilization of village communities, preparation of detailed designs and Tender documentationusing the International Development Association's (IDA) applicable standard procurement documents and later provide constructionsupervision of civil, electricaland mechanical works including testing and commissioning of each of the six pico/micro hydroschemes . It is envisaged that activities will be carried out at several sitesat the same time. The sites will include: 1.      Kasese district : a.       RiverKithabona, Kithabona village b.      Munyanyangestream, Bikone village c.       RiverKitegana , Nyambuku village, 2.      Kabarole district: River Mukimiri, Hamabale Trading Center 3.      Gulu District:River Tochi, Awiti & Bardyel villages, , 4.      Mbale District:River Nabuyonga, Bugahene & Rwaso villages The estimated project implementation period for both phase1&2 is 24 calendar months The Private Sector Foundation Uganda(PSFU) now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The shortlisting criteria will include: 1.      Experience in at least 2 similarassignments, feasibility study, detailed design, and construction supervision of PICO/micro hydro schemes, 2.      Experience in similar conditions with atleast 2 projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, 3.      Presence of appropriate skills among staffin the areas of i) civil engineering, ii) electrical engineering,  iii) mechanicalengineering, iv) hydrology, v) Social Assessment, Environmental Health, vi) Surveying, vii) geologist and viii) financialmanagement The attention of interested consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credits &Grants) by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011,(revised July 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a jointventure or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The form of association, where applicable, should be indicated in theexpression of interest. A consultant will be selected in accordance with Quality & CostBased Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours (Monday to Friday, 08:30 ? 17:00 hours, except on public holidays). Expressions of interest (One original plus five copies) must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow (in person, or by e-mail) by July 5, 2016. The packagesmust be clearly marked:  Expression of Interestfor consultancy services for the development of six pico/micro hydro power schemes ? Proc.Ref No. PSFU/CONS/15-16/00001 The Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit Competitiveness EnterpriseDevelopmentProject Private Sector Foundation Uganda 43 Nakasero Hill Road Kampala-Uganda Email: psfu@psfuganda.org.ug; with copies to: gssebuggwawo@psfuganda.org.ug

UG: Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

 | Published March 11, 2015
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Consultancy Services For Community Mobilization To Achieve Connections In Lot 2: All Sts Within Eastern And Northern Regions Of Uganda Name of Project: Energy for Rural TransformationAPL-2 Project ID: P112334 Credit Number: IDA45540 Contract Description: Consultancy Services for Community Mobilization to achieve connections in Lot 2: All STs within Eastern andNorthern Regions of Uganda Procurement Reference No.: REA-ERTII/SRVCS/12-13/00426 Scope of Contract: The consultancy services will cover a number of activities that aredesigned to maximize assistance to prospective consumers which include but are not be limitedto: (a)   Carrying out a preliminary field visit for disseminating information to prospective consumers andestablishing contact and developing a communication channel. The consultant will prepare and distribute write ups on availablewiring options and service connection methodologies during the field visit. The consultant will select village organizers duringthis field visit. The consultant will include in the write up a comprehensive list of benefits of using electricity overtraditional energy forms such as candles, kerosene and firewood. (b)  Selecting licensed wiremen who will carry out internal house wiring and liaise with local dealers toprovide the required house wiring materials at reasonable prices. This arrangement is expected to result in significantcostreduction compared to a scenario where consumers contract for the services on an individual basis. Consumers will cover the cost ofhouse wiring as required and wiring is not in the consultant's scope of work. (c)   Collating and coordinating connection applications with the SPs, arrangingfor the applications forhaving to be appraised, and facilitating thenecessary service connection to be made by theSPs. (d)   Visiting the target areas toorganize and accomplish the house wiring and service connection road shows with SP staff and selected licensed wiremen. Thesevisits will entail spendinga number of days at each ST and activities to be accomplished will include: (i) ensuring that the housewiring work is satisfactorily completed by the licensed wireman, (ii) the certification of this work (including all requisite testsstipulated in the regulations) and acceptance by the SPs, (iii) follow-up on the installation of the service connections asnecessary, (iv) completion of all agreements required for the service connection with the SPs as well as any installmentpayments(if needed) for the associated fees, and (v) ensuring final provisionof the services to all applicants.  A short follow up visit will be carriedout after three month, to each ST, to examine the status of completed service connections, ensure sustainability of connectionsmade and facilitate any remaining applicants who wish to be connected. Duration: 12 (Twelve) Months Consultants whosubmitted proposals: Technical points assigned to Consultants: Evaluated prices of Consultants: Ranking of theConsultants Motion Media/Hallmark Events and Promotions/MalconElectrical Engineers Ltd-JV P.O. Box24492 KAMPALA Tel. 0752- 0160070/0712- 016070 86.6 UGX 513,370,800 2 M&EAssociates Ltd P.O. Box4052 KAMPALA Tel:0414-501894 E-mail: meassoc@utlonline.co.ug 83.0 USD 182,664 1 Hope Development Initiative (HDI ConsultLtd) P.O. Box2495 KAMPALA Tel:0414-505153 E-mail: hdi@hdint.org / agnesapea@gmail.com 81.8 UGX 499,000,000 3 VachiCommunications Ltd P.O. Box16257 WANDEGEYA Tel:0782-396551/0772-444747 E-mail: vachicomm@yahoo.com 82.3 UGX 6,909,000,000 4 Name of winning Consultant Price M&EAssociates Ltd P.O. Box4052 KAMPALA Tel:0414-501894 E-mail: meassoc@utlonline.co.ug USD182,664

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 | Published December 13, 2016
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