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Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business.

Procurement | Published December 22, 2015
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75211200

Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business.

DFID 7417 Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published August 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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75211000

The actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. The Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business programme will catalyse a market-based approach for private sector delivery of solar home system (SHS) products and services. This will lead to improved energy access for people and communities in sub-Saharan Africa currently without modern energy, with an emphasis on poor people and marginalised groups.

Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business

Procurement | Published August 6, 2016
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75211200

Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business The Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business programme will catalyse a market-based approach for private sector delivery of solar home system (SHS) products and services. This will lead to improved energy access for people and communities in sub-Saharan Africa currently without modern energy, with an emphasis on poor people and marginalised groups This Africa regional programme will help enterprises across Africa to supply off-grid energy products and services; and help put in place the enabling environment that facilities a market based approach to off-grid renewable energy. The ACE Business programme focuses exclusively on developing a market for individual solar home systems. It does not include community-wide and larger mini-grids, for which other DFID programmes are providing assistance. It will also exclude single solar lanterns, which have less potential than solar home systems to be transformational. Making solar home systems affordable for poorer people is an important focus for the programme. The programme will complement, not duplicate, DFID's existing programmes and related initiatives of other donors. The programme aims to overcome many of the barriers preventing the development of markets for solar home systems This regional programme would cover a range of countries where DFID is looking to support the Energy Africa campaign. The countries would be selected from: Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone. The programme will cover the above 14 priority countries of the Energy Africa Campaign, where governments have signalled commitment to enabling a market-based approach to household solar programme includes two components that will be implemented by suppliers selected through a competitive process. Component 1: Technical Assistance (TA) for the Enabling Environment and Learning Facility The TA and Learning Facility will support the implementation of policy, regulatory and other actions developed by the Energy Africa Compacts. These aim to improve the enabling environment for a market-based approach to private sector delivery of solar home system (SHS) products and services. This includes: — Policy and regulatory reform: assisting governments to put in place appropriate policies and regulations, — Learning: generating and disseminating knowledge and evidence on the success factors for, and benefits of, private sector delivery of off-grid solar energy across Africa, including the application of learning — Coordination: promoting collaboration between ACE Business interventions and other relevant initiatives, and encouraging other donors to contribute towards ACE objectives and activities Component 2: Competitive Business Facility (CBF) The CBF will provide support to businesses providing SHS products and services that are in their start-up and early commercialisation phase, or more established businesses entering new markets in sub-Saharan Africa (geographically or in terms of market segment). Enterprises will be selected for support through a competitive process, where businesses compete for assistance. Support to each enterprise may include either, or both, of: — Technical assistance: supporting businesses to improve their capabilities and skills to develop, grow and take advantage of market opportunities e.g. undertaking market analysis, and developing their products, ideas, and business plans — Financing: providing access to pioneer grant financing to enterprises in their start-up and early commercialisation, and expansion phase (e.g. through partial match-funded grants) for early-stage proof of concept, enterprise start-up, business development or geographical expansion.

Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business

Procurement | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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75211200

Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business The Africa Clean Energy (ACE) Business programme will catalyse a market-based approach for private sector delivery of solar home system (SHS) products and services. This will lead to improved energy access for people and communities in sub-Saharan Africa currently without modern energy, with an emphasis on poor people and marginalised groups This Africa regional programme will help enterprises across Africa to supply off-grid energy products and services; and help put in place the enabling environment that facilities a market based approach to off-grid renewable energy. The ACE Business programme focuses exclusively on developing a market for individual solar home systems. It does not include community-wide and larger mini-grids, for which other DFID programmes are providing assistance. It will also exclude single solar lanterns, which have less potential than solar home systems to be transformational. Making solar home systems affordable for poorer people is an important focus for the programme. The programme will complement, not duplicate, DFID's existing programmes and related initiatives of other donors. The programme aims to overcome many of the barriers preventing the development of markets for solar home systems This regional programme would cover a range of countries where DFID is looking to support the Energy Africa campaign. The countries would be selected from: Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone. The programme will cover the above 14 priority countries of the Energy Africa Campaign, where governments have signalled commitment to enabling a market-based approach to household solar programme includes two components that will be implemented by suppliers selected through a competitive process. Component 1: Technical Assistance (TA) for the Enabling Environment and Learning Facility The TA and Learning Facility will support the implementation of policy, regulatory and other actions developed by the Energy Africa Compacts. These aim to improve the enabling environment for a market-based approach to private sector delivery of solar home system (SHS) products and services. This includes: — Policy and regulatory reform: assisting governments to put in place appropriate policies and regulations, — Learning: generating and disseminating knowledge and evidence on the success factors for, and benefits of, private sector delivery of off-grid solar energy across Africa, including the application of learning — Coordination: promoting collaboration between ACE Business interventions and other relevant initiatives, and encouraging other donors to contribute towards ACE objectives and activities Component 2: Competitive Business Facility (CBF) The CBF will provide support to businesses providing SHS products and services that are in their start-up and early commercialisation phase, or more established businesses entering new markets in sub-Saharan Africa (geographically or in terms of market segment). Enterprises will be selected for support through a competitive process, where businesses compete for assistance. Support to each enterprise may include either, or both, of: — Technical assistance: supporting businesses to improve their capabilities and skills to develop, grow and take advantage of market opportunities e.g. undertaking market analysis, and developing their products, ideas, and business plans — Financing: providing access to pioneer grant financing to enterprises in their start-up and early commercialisation, and expansion phase (e.g. through partial match-funded grants) for early-stage proof of concept, enterprise start-up, business development or geographical expansion.

Transforming Energy Access — Research Programme Delivery Consortium

Department for International Development | Published July 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
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75211200

DFID is seeking to appoint a Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) to oversee a programme of applied research and innovation that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises. This research and innovation programme will deliver new technologies and robust evidence on the critical barriers hampering systemic change and scaling up energy access, working with Southern researchers and entrepreneurs, to drive locally relevant innovation and delivery. This will have a transformative impact on deploying renewable energy solutions in developing countries, especially in Africa. The Transforming Energy Access for Households and Improved Livelihoods Programme (TEA) that will support early stage testing and scale up of innovative technology applications and business models for this purpose. The applied research and innovation under TEA will seek to address the challenges of: a) what technologies and applications can most effectively accelerate the deployment and use of decentralised modern energy services, including through distributed generation, storage, smarter systems, and more efficient appliances? b) what are the main enabling mechanisms for delivering reliable decentralised modern energy services at scale and how can business models and innovative financing address these market gaps? c) what clean energy partnerships can be forged to stimulate greater collaboration on research and development of clean energy solutions, and strengthen the market and evidence base for their deployment at scale? d) what are the skills and expertise required to accelerate the development and deployment of smarter decentralised energy systems, and what are the most effective approaches to building this capacity? TEA will be structured around 4 themes: I. Stimulating Technology Innovation by UK enterprises II. Accelerating Enterprise-led Innovation in Technologies and Business Models III. Supporting Clean Energy Partnerships IV. Developing Local Skills and Expertise The TEA Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) will conduct the scoping studies, and design and manage the agreed follow on activities as well as coordinating the overall reporting on the TEA work streams and research uptake. The overall aim is to ensure that evidence and research results from TEA are efficiently translated into use and influence future investments. DFID has a budget of 3 000 000 GBP for the RPDC and will let a contract of 4.5 years with the option to extend by up-to a further 24 months. DFID invites all interested parties to submit expressions of interest by responding to the Pre Qualifier Questionnaire from which selected tenderers will be invited to proposal and subsequent negotiation rounds.

Transforming Energy Access — Research Programme Delivery Consortium

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published July 6, 2016
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75211200

DFID is seeking to appoint a Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) to oversee a programme of applied research and innovation that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises. This research and innovation programme will deliver new technologies and robust evidence on the critical barriers hampering systemic change and scaling up energy access, working with Southern researchers and entrepreneurs, to drive locally relevant innovation and delivery. This will have a transformative impact on deploying renewable energy solutions in developing countries, especially in Africa. The Transforming Energy Access for Households and Improved Livelihoods Programme (TEA) that will support early stage testing and scale up of innovative technology applications and business models for this purpose. The applied research and innovation under TEA will seek to address the challenges of: a) what technologies and applications can most effectively accelerate the deployment and use of decentralised modern energy services, including through distributed generation, storage, smarter systems, and more efficient appliances? b) what are the main enabling mechanisms for delivering reliable decentralised modern energy services at scale and how can business models and innovative financing address these market gaps? c) what clean energy partnerships can be forged to stimulate greater collaboration on research and development of clean energy solutions, and strengthen the market and evidence base for their deployment at scale? d) what are the skills and expertise required to accelerate the development and deployment of smarter decentralised energy systems, and what are the most effective approaches to building this capacity? TEA will be structured around 4 themes: I. Stimulating Technology Innovation by UK enterprises II. Accelerating Enterprise-led Innovation in Technologies and Business Models III. Supporting Clean Energy Partnerships IV. Developing Local Skills and Expertise The TEA Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) will conduct the scoping studies, and design and manage the agreed follow on activities as well as coordinating the overall reporting on the TEA work streams and research uptake. The overall aim is to ensure that evidence and research results from TEA are efficiently translated into use and influence future investments. DFID has a budget of 3 000 000 GBP for the RPDC and will let a contract of 4.5 years with the option to extend by up-to a further 24 months. DFID invites all interested parties to submit expressions of interest by responding to the Pre Qualifier Questionnaire from which selected tenderers will be invited to proposal and subsequent negotiation rounds.

Montserrat — Geothermal energy project.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published November 22, 2014
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75211200, 45255500, 76300000, 34144100

The UK's Department for International Development (DFID) intends to fund the construction of a geothermal energy project on the island of Montserrat in the Caribbean. Monserrat is a UK Overseas Territory and have a constitutional relationship with the UK, and their citizens have a right to British citizenship. The UK government is committed under the United Nations charter ‘to promote to the utmost the well-being of the inhabitants of these territories’. DFID's priorities for Montserrat is to meet the ‘reasonable assistance needs’ of its citizens as cost effectively as possible, while help the island to become more self-sufficient where possible. Montserrat's economy is 100 % fossil fuel based. This is unsustainable position from an environmental, climate change and economic perspective. Electricity prices in Montserrat are some of the highest in the world and are significantly influenced by fluctuations in oil prices on the world market. To date exploratory drilling of the 2 wells was completed in late 2013, with the testing programme completed in July 2014. These wells are able to produce a level of output, but currently not of the capacity to provide fully the required energy output to remove the requirement for fossil fuel based energy production. A third well drilling programme is now proposed to be used as a re-injection/production well to allow the 2 existing wells to have a combined potential generation capacity of 3MW of power.

DFID 7621 Transforming Energy Access - Research Programme Delivery Consortium

 | Published July 7, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID is seeking to appoint a Research Programme Delivery Consortium (RPDC) to oversee a programme of applied research and innovation that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises. This research and innovation programme will deliver new technologies and robust evidence on the critical barriers hampering systemic change and scaling up energy access, working with Southern researchers and entrepreneurs, to drive locally relevant innovation and delivery. This will have a transformative impact on deploying renewable energy solutions in developing countries, especially in Africa.

DFID 7160 Applied Research on Energy and Economic Growth

 | Published May 31, 2016
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Objective This applied research would aim to build a body of evidence around how sector reforms, innovative technologies and practicable actions can be used to help maximise the economic impacts of larger scale energy projects in low income countries in Africa and South Asia, and also bring benefits of modern energy services to poorer people.

Proposed Applied Research Programmes on Transport and Energy.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published October 24, 2014
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73110000

Subject to funds being approved, the Department for International Development (DFID) is looking to contract one or two organisations or consortia to manage and provide research leadership on two major applied research programmes. One programme relates to Transport research and the other to Energy. Both will adopt similar approaches but have different sector and research theme areas. Both will have an initial inception phase during which the successful bidder will more fully scope research gaps and priority research questions, which will, subject to approval, direct the following 3/4 years of research, capacity building and uptake under the two research projects. DFID anticipates that funds will be approved for these two programmes by the end of 2014. They are likely to cost around 10 million GBP to 20 million GBP each (excluding management costs). Applied Research Programme on High Volume Transport. The applied research programme on high volume transport (HVT) in low income countries is likely to cover mass passenger transit and freight transport in both an urban and rural context from engineering, socio-economic, environmental and policy perspectives. The applied research is likely to focus on road and rail transport. We envisage this programme to have four connected themes: 1. Rural — Urban — Regional connections and transport corridors; 2. Urban Transport; 3. Low Carbon Transport; 4. Cross-cutting issues (including Road Safety)It is proposed that this programme would be split into two parts. Part 1 (inception) lasting 12 months would review the literature and evidence available under these four themes and deliver a series of state of knowledge papers, as well as identify what primary future research might be undertaken in Part 2 which will last approximately 48 months. The proposed programme will learn from and, where appropriate, adapt existing transport technologies, materials, designs, planning and methods from high and middle-income countries. It will expand and develop new technologies and solutions for use in middle and lower-income countries. Energy and Economic Growth in Low Income Countries (EEG). An applied research programme is envisaged on maximising the economic development and poverty reduction impacts of large-scale energy generation and transmission infrastructure. It is proposed that this programme would undertake research in six areas, and also be split into two parts. Part 1 would review the literature and evidence available under these six areas, and deliver a series of state of knowledge papers, as well as identify what primary future research might be undertaken in Part 2 and its scope. Part 1 would last approximately 12 months, and Part 2 approximately around 48 months. The six research areas proposed will cover: 1) The linkages between electricity supply and economic growth; 2) The financial and policy instruments and governance structures that could be utilised to encourage the development and better utilisation of appropriate large scale power infrastructure; 3) The role and potential of electricity supply and energy efficiency measures in supporting sustainable urbanisation; 4) The constraints in use of large-scale renewable energy sources, or ‘greener’ energy sources; 5) An improved understanding of the role of extractives and electricity/energy provision; 6) The barriers and opportunities for innovative and appropriate design of larger-scale, centralised electricity infrastructure to respond to evolving demand in developing countries and support inclusive growth. A strengthened evidence base on the causal links between energy and economic growth could have significant implications for developing countries through assisting governments in better directing large energy investments to stimulate growth, and enabling policy makers to make better decisions about when, and how, to prioritise needed investment in high cost energy infrastr

DFID 7407 Technical Assistance Facility to Deliver Energy Africa Compacts

 | Published April 22, 2016
Winner
HTSPE Ltd
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Objective These terms of reference are for a Technical Assistance Facility with the purpose of supporting establishment of Energy Africa Compacts in up to 14 African countries, each of which is adapted to the country context and agreed between the participating country, DFID and other donor partners (as active in the respective countries). The outcome of the TA provided and the establishment of Compacts will be accelerated investment and deployment of household solar systems, and therefore accelerated energy access in each target country.

Energy Supply Contract (Gas and Electricity)

 | Published February 25, 2016
Winner
WEST MERCIA ENERGY
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09123000

Energy supply contract for Corporate,Street lighting and Schools portfolio (including Academies).

DFID 7420 Bioenergy for Sustainable Energy Access in Africa

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published August 30, 2016
Winner
LTS International Limited
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Objective The Supplier will be required to design and implement a new research project that will investigate the challenges and opportunities affecting the adoption and roll out of bioenergy across Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) and support the development of innovative bioenergy solutions for developing countries. The project will undertake research activities designed to develop and deploy bioenergy solutions for low income consumers that will improve poor people’s access to affordable clean energy. The development of technological solutions is encouraged and will be given precedence over other types (e.g. market based) of solutions. The expected impact of this project is to inform the successful implementation of further research, Phase II Bioenergy, to be implemented under the TEA programme, which will:  Improve our understanding of the challenges preventing the expansion of bioenergy across Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), and  Lead the development of a range of affordable and accessible technologies and business models that will improve the access of poor people to bioenergy.

DFID 7123 Service Provider for the Energy Security and Resource Efficiency Programme (ESRES): Real Time Learning Process, Somaliland

 | Published November 27, 2015
Winner
Upper Quartile Limited
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Objective and Scope ESRES is an entirely new programme for Somaliland, trying to do something that has not been done before in a Fragile and Conflict Affected State (FCAS). It aims to introduce 3-5 mini-hybrid grid pilots across multiple sites in Hargeisa, and potentially beyond and improve capacity in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals to develop a regulatory framework by December 2017. It will also establish a renewable energy fund in the final year of the pilot phase with the aim that Independent Power Providers (IPPs) in Somaliland will show interest in the pilots and in taking up this technology in future. The six key objectives of the ESRES Real time learning process are: To assess whether ESRES hybrid mini-grid pilots can provide access to affordable green energy for communities in Somaliland; To examine capacity building in the Somaliland Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) designed to lead to the development of a regulatory framework for the provision of electricity; To explore likely adoption of hybrid mini-grids by Independent Power Providers (IPPs) in Somaliland; To generate and use real time learning to update the ESRES theory of change and improve programme implementation during phase 1; To use evidence to produce recommendations for the design and implementation of ESRES Phase 2 To gather and disseminate robust evidence on the feasibility and challenges of hybrid mini-grids in Somaliland highlighting, where appropriate, lessons of wider applicability in other FCAS; To undertake DFID annual reviews of the ESRES programme and Project Completion Reports if required. While most ICF programmes report against a common set of ICF Key Performance Indicators, given the nature of the ESRES programme it is considered unreasonable to expect high levels of results against the KPIs. Examination of the RTL key review questions may lead to questions or recommendations around ESRES governance and management arrangements, and if these arise they would clearly be important to capture.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

DFID Procurement | Published September 20, 2016
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75211200

BRIHLO Energy Africa Mozambique.

Brief for consultant to carry out a wind pre-feasibility study at Midcross/Trust hill

East Kilbride Community Trust | Published May 18, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
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152300

*For full tender document, please see document 'Invitation to Tender' which accompanies this contract.* The Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) is designed to accelerate progress towards the Scottish Government’s target of 500MW of renewable energy to be locally or community owned by 2020, and to maximise the benefits to communities from commercially owned energy. This is detailed in the Scottish Government's 2020 Routemap for Renewable Energy in Scotland. The generation of electricity from wind energy is one area that the Scottish Government are considering as part of the renewable energy mix. Supported by CARES, East Kilbride Community Trust is seeking tenders for the provision of a pre-feasibility study, technical advice and assistance for an income generation project at two sites local to East Kilbride. The consultant will provide technical advice and assistance to help the local community to utilise their local wind resource, with the aims of supporting the Scottish Government renewables target, creating income for the local community and increasing employment opportunities for East Kilbride. East Kilbride Community Trust is seeking a consultant who can provide expertise, knowledge and resources not otherwise available in the community group. They require assistance to identify suitable site(s) for turbine(s), as well as advice on business models. Knowledge of wind feasibility assessments will be essential, along with demonstrable experience of assistance with similar projects.

DFID 7529 Service Provider for Supporting Structural Reforms in the Indian Power Sector

 | Published March 21, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID is seeking to engage a Service Provider to deliver a five year programme of Technical Assistance, supporting electricity market reforms and integration of renewable energy into the grid, leading to a more efficient, reliable and sustainable Indian power sector. At this stage, the Terms of Reference are kept relatively open because: a) the programme is primarily demand led and we intend to maintain flexibility to respond to emerging priorities of the Indian Government, which may change over the life of the programme; and b) we want to encourage supplier innovation and allow suppliers to suggest the best model to deliver against the programme’s objectives. The programme will provide Technical Assistance to support power sector reforms at central and state level in India. It will focus on supporting structural market reforms and the integration of renewable energy into the electricity network. The outcome we are seeking to achieve is improved efficiency, reliability and sustainability of electricity supply, with an increased share of renewable energy in the mix. The overall impact of this would be more sustainable and inclusive economic growth, better energy security, poverty reduction and reduced carbon emissions.

DFID 7577 Technical Review and Monitoring Panel (TRAMP) for EIAF in Ethiopia

 | Published July 22, 2016  -  Deadline August 12, 2016
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75211000

The actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. At a sectoral level the programme will focus on three broad areas: trade logistics, energy and urban development. The TRAMP service provider will be responsible for technical quality assurance and review of services delivered through EIAF. This includes TA delivered through the main facility, which is managed by a service provider and delivered through the EIAF grant window.

Ethiopian Investment Advisory Facility (EIAF)

Procurement | Published November 15, 2016
Winner
McKinsey & Co. Inc UK
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75211200

The Department for International Development (DFID) have contracted a service provider to administer a facility under a new programme the ‘Ethiopian Investment Advisory Facility’. The Ethiopia Investment Advisory Facility will focus on improving the effectiveness of public investment in Ethiopia. It will consist of 4 main pillars: Urban development, energy, trade logistics and cross-cutting issues. Within each of these pillars, the common focus will be improving the effectiveness of public investment decisions and their implementation, and removing impediments to structural transformation of the Ethiopian economy.

Rehabilitation of Freetown's Water Supply and other infrastructure development.

Procurement | Published January 26, 2016
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75211200, 71311300, 71314200, 45214000, 45215000, 71356300, 90713100, 65100000, 45252210

This is a Prior Information Notice (PIN) only: Publication and Call for Competition will be Conducted once Scope of Work is Fully Defined and Approved. DFID are seeking partners to manage a new multi-million programme for rehabilitation works for the water supply system to Freetown, Sierra Leone and development of other infrastructure. The priority interventions to be managed through the DFID programme are likely to comprise: 1.Rehabilitation of the existing Freetown water supply infrastructure, based on assessments, pre-design and contract packaging that is currently being undertaken by the Guma Valley Water Company with DFID assistance; 2. Protect and regenerate catchment areas to safeguard water security and reduce climate change vulnerability. Their will also be provision for services to be provided in support of other programmes with infrastructure components including energy, education (school construction) and health (hospital/clinic construction). DFID expects that the delivery of this programme will require the suppliers to fulfil a range of functions. These could include programme and funds management, technical design, procurement, contract management and site supervision/quality control of construction, delivery of technical support and knowledge management.