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Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

Ministeriet for industri, håndværk og små og mellemstore virksomheder | Published September 2, 2015
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Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

ENPI — Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

Ministeriet for industri, handel og små og mellemstore virksomheder | Published October 15, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
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ENPI — Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

ENPI — Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

Ministeriet for industri, handel og små og mellemstore virksomheder | Published October 28, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
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ENPI — Technical assistance in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

ENPI — Technical assistance to Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

ministeriet for industri og udenrigshandel | Published December 10, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance to Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade in areas of domestic market and industrial competitiveness

EOI - Egypt - Consulting Firms - Mapping of industrial waste, through desk review, survey, and analysis & developing an inventory and database of the industrial waste in the 6th of October Industrial City in Egypt

 | Published November 25, 2016
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EOI – Egypt - Independent external review of financial statements - Project “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt” – 07 2015

 | Published July 28, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT GREEN GROWTH: INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT AND SME ENTREPRENEURSHIP HUB IN EGYPT Consultancy Firm Services for: INDEPENDENT EXTERNAL REVIEW OF PROJECT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. This request for Expression of Interest (EOIs) follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in UN Development Business Ref. No. AfDB367-05/14 on May 27, 2014. 2. The Egypt National Cleaner Production Center (ENCPC), operating under the Council of Innovation and Technology Transfer – Ministry of Egyptian Industry, Trade and SMEs has received a grant for USD 2,000,000 from the Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund, through the African Development Bank, to finance the project entitled: “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt”. The ENCPC intends to apply part of this grant to eligible payments under the contract for consultancy firm services for “Independent external review of financial statements”. 3. The objective of the independent external review of the financial statements is to enable the practitioner to state whether on the basis of procedures which do not provide all the evidence that would be required in an audit, anything has come to the practitioner’s attention that causes the practitioner to believe that the financial statements are not prepared in all material respects in accordance with the applicable financial reporting framework (negative assurance). 4. The ENCPC invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested firms must provide a statement of capability and experience indicating that they are qualified to perform the services description of similar assignments and experiences, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). 5. A short list of six consulting firms will be compiled in accordance with the procedures set out in the African Development Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants, dated May 2008 and revised July 2012, using Least-Cost Selection (LCS) 6. Interested consultants may obtain further information through the contacts provided below from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm (except Fridays and Saturdays). 7. Written EOIs must be marked “Expression of Interest to review the financial statement for 3 years for Project “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt”. and delivered in hard copy to the address below by 17:00 hour on 19th of August 2015 Egypt National Cleaner Production Center Attn: Director of the Egypt National Cleaner Production Center 26-A Sherif Street, Downtown - Cairo, Egypt, Tel/Fax: (+202) 2391 6154 – (+202) 2392 5984 Email: encpc.mti@gmail.com

Information notice – Egypt - Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt - Contract awards – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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Request for Quotation (RFQ) 7000001139 - AO/rvcl

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published July 27, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ) - 7000001139-AO/rvcl The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) hereby invites you to submit a written proposal for Motor system optimization. For the complete information concerning the Request for Quotation (RFQ) please visit UNIDO Procurement website or follow the link below: htttp://www.unido.org/procurement/notices.html

Egypt EASE for Investment - P153487

General Authority for Investment | Published July 13, 2016
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General Procurement Notice Egypt Equal Access and Simplified Environment for Investment (EASE) Project GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE Grant No. TF0A1553 Project ID No. P153487 The Government of Egypt has received financing inthe amount of US $ 5,000,000 from the MENA Transition Fund through the World Bank to finance the Equal Access and SimplifiedEnvironement for Investm ent (EASE) Project. The objective of the EASE Project is to improve the regulatory environment forinvestors through simplified lice nsing and transparent industrial land allocation processes. The EASE Project consistsof three main components: i) facilit ating accessible and transparent investor services, ii) supporting industrial sectortransformational reforms, and capacity buildingfor managing regulatory reform. Part of the proceeds will be applied to paymentsfor goods, works, consulting services and related services to be procured under this project. Most of these contracts will be doneusing the NCB (National Competitive Bidding) proced ures. Any contract exceeding $1,000,000will be the subject to an ICB(International Competitive Bidding) and its relevant procedures . Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bankwill be conducted through the procedures as specified in the World B ank’s Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDACredits (current edition), and is open to all eligible bidders  asdefined in the guidelines.Consulting services will beselected in accordance with the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers(current edition).Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid under the W orld Bank’s international competitivebidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy services will be announced, a s they become available, in UN DevelopmentBusiness and dgMarket.

Egypt: Technology and Policy Scoping for a Low-Carbon Egyptian Cement Industry

 | Published March 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 24, 2015
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Assignment Description:

The Egyptian cement market has seen substantial growth over the last ten years, reaching c. 50 million tonnes in 2013. The market comprises more than 20 players, both multinational and domestic firms, with total nominal capacity of around 70 million tons per annum (2014). Cement production is a highly carbon and energy-intensive activity, with a substantial environmental impact.

Over the past two years, Egypt has been facing an increasing energy crisis, with fuel shortages (especially natural gas supply) heavily affecting the cement sector, among other industries. In face of this significant challenge, the Government of Egypt (the “Government”) in May 2014 issued a temporary permission for cement plants to use coal/pet-coke as part of their energy mix to partially mitigate the impact of the disruptions in energy production. This will exacerbate the environmental impact of cement production in Egypt by potentially leading to significant increases in greenhouse gas (GHG) and local pollutant emissions from cement plant.

At the same time, the cement sector as a whole is diverse, with companies ranging from large multinational to small locally owned producers. There appears to be a significant variation in the ability to comply with environmental safeguards and actual compliance, which further exacerbates the pollution challenges. The development also needs to be seen in an international climate policy context.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”), intends to support the Government under its Sustainable Resource Initiative (‘SRI’). The Bank wishes to engage a consultant (the “Consultant”) for mitigating the impact of the new regulations by outlining an alternative, realistic low-carbon path for the Egyptian cement industry, based on the application of international best practices and a full analysis of the environmental and economic impact of the changes in regulations.

Main Objectives

The key aim of this Assignment is to identify both the policy and technology actions needed to achieve a sustainable low-carbon future of the Egyptian cement industry, thus reducing or mitigating the impact of the new regulations. Furthermore this Assignment would also be developed in an international climate policy and industrial competitiveness context. Specifically, the objectives of this Assignment are to support the government in implementing and developing:

a) Establishing a technology roadmap for a sustainable low-carbon future of the Egyptian cement industry with a particular view to mitigate as far as possible the recent change in fuel regulations, aiming to move as close as possible towards these changes becoming GHG neutral at sector level through a combination of introducing technologies allowing for alternative low-/no-carbon fuels and increased levels of enforcement of regulatory compliance.
b) A full and documented stakeholder engagement through consultation with relevant stakeholders following the finalisation of the draft (technical) report aimed to solicit a broad spectrum of views from industry, civil society and other stakeholders on findings of the report.
c) Following on from the technical report and the stakeholder engagement consultation, the production of a barrier analysis for a sustainable low-carbon future of the Egyptian cement industry that identifies all the legislative, regulatory, and economic barriers to Egypt’s cement industry moving onto a low-carbon development path, including providing recommendations to overcome these barriers. To define the technology options required to implement the transition to a low-carbon future through the design of a low carbon production process at three (existing) reference plants, out of which two at least are private sector plants.

Assignment Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in May 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of 12 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 300,000; exclusive of VAT.

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

Funding Source: EBRD SEMED Multi-Donor Account (MDA). The MDA is supported by Australia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Taipei China and UK. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions

Consultant Profile:

Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with previous project experience related to:

1. international project advisory work in the field of energy, resource and energy efficiency related to the cement industry;
2. working with public administrations in providing key policy recommendations in the sectors as described above.

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

• Project Manager with international experience and expertise in the cement industry;
• International finance expert with proven experience in development and implementation of cement industry investment projects;
• International engineering expert with proven experience in development and implementation of cement industry investment projects;
• International Green House Gas (GHG) baseline and Monitoring Reporting Verification (MRV) expert
• International policy expert with proven experience in development and implementation of cement industry policies;
• International carbon market and tax policy expert
• Senior local finance expert with experience in cement industry projects in Egypt.
• Senior local engineer experience in cement industry projects in Egypt.
• Senior local environmental, climate and energy policy/regulatory expert with experience in cement industry policies in Egypt.

SubSubmission Requirements:

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

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages);
2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives;
3. CVs of key experts who could be available to work on the Assignment;
4. Completed Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The above information should not exceed 10 pages excluding CVs and Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet.

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

Expressions of Interest shall be submitted, in English, electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date.

Bank Contact Persons:

Agnieszka Kozolwska
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7488
E-mail: KOZLOWSA@EBRD.COM
(submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:
1. Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.

2. Consultants must state in the contact sheet whether partners are participating as 'consortium members' or 'sub-contractors' and should take note of the EBRD's Procurement Policies and Rules and in particular paragraph 5.5 (b) on page 24, see http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/project/policies.shtml
3. The evaluation criteria are as follows:

a) Consultant’s previous experience in international project advisory work in the field of energy, resource and energy efficiency related to the cement industry and working with public administrations in providing key policy recommendations. 40
b) Consultant’s previous project experience related to Egypt 25
c) CV’s of key experts with previous professional experience as described in section Consultant Profile 35

Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 3: IT hardware and software

Ministeriet for industri, handel og SMV'er | Published March 1, 2016
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Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 3: IT hardware and software

ENPI — Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs

Ministeriet for industri, handel og SMV'er | Published August 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 4, 2015
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ENPI — Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs

ENPI — Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs

Ministeriet for industri, handel og små og mellemstore virksomheder | Published May 12, 2015
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ENPI — Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs

ENPI — Technical assistance to the Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade in areas of foreign trade, export promotion and trade agreements

ministeriet for industri og udenrigshandel | Published December 10, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance to the Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade in areas of foreign trade, export promotion and trade agreements

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

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


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

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

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

The main tasks of the VC shall be to:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required.

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The above information should not exceed 40 pages excluding CVs.

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

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

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

Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 2: equipment for monitoring flue gases and for the ultrasonic detection of faults in boiler plates and welds

Ministeriet for industri, handel og SMV'er | Published March 1, 2016
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Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 2: equipment for monitoring flue gases and for the ultrasonic detection of faults in boiler plates and welds

EG: Sustainable POPs Mngt - P116230

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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Provide Technical Support To Eeaa In Elimination Of Persistent Organic Pollutants In Egypt REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (CONSULTANTSERVICES) Egypt: Sustainable Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)Management Project Preparation of technical design and bidding documents forclassification, repackaging, international disposal and safe storage of POP-containing pesticides Project No. :Trust fund No. 017336 The Ministry of Environment/ Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency(EEAA), on behalf of the government of Egypt, has received a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to implement aproject for the elimination of persistent organic pollutants in Egypt, in cooperation with the World Bank, as the GEF implementingagency.  Project details can be found at http://www.eeaa.gov.eg/English/info/report_GEFunit.asp EEAA intends to apply partof the proceeds forconsultant services. Scope of work: The Consulting Services include : (i) Assess the status of obsolete pesticides and determination of the amount of POPs -containing pesticides stored in the Al-Adabeya port and the El Saff storage; (ii) Prepare the technical specifications,environment, health and safety management plan, bidding documents and costs estimates for the international tender to repackage thematerials and export to an EU-licensed ? or equivalent - facility in line with UN requirements, Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)? or equivalent- and Basel Convention and supportthe client in the bidding process and technical evaluation for the repackaging/export contracts; (iii) Identification, classification and prioritization, based on POP content and environmental-health risk of otherhigh-risk pesticides stockpiles, scattered across a number of sites throughout Egypt. Site suitability analysis for suitablecentral safe long terms storage for high priority POP containing pesticides and detail design for such facility; (iv) Prepare thetechnical specifications, environment, health and safety management plan, bidding documents, bill of quantities and costs estimatesfor the tender for the construction or rehabilitation ofone or two safe long term storage facilities in Egypt with the requirementsfor repackaging and transport of the pesticides to these storage facilities. And/or International tender to repackage the materialsand export to a treatment facility in EU country ?or equivalent- in line with UN requirements, Industrial Emission Directive ?orequivalent- and Basel Convention for El Saff and materials from high priority sites or to repackage, transport and treatment incement industry if possible; and (v) Developa plan for building the capacity of the project agencies to manage obsolete pesticides and support to its initial phase ofimplementation. The Ministry of Environment/EEAA now invites eligible Consulting Firms (consultants) to indicate their interest in providing the services. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The shortlisting/qualification criteria s are: General qualification of the firm: Documents defining the constitution or legalstatus,place of registration, and principal place of business of the Consultant firm; Proven experience with designand bidding documents preparation for repackaging and international transport and disposal of hazardous waste in line with BaselConvention and treatment in EU-IED licensed facility (or equivalent). Specific experience with hazardous pesticides would be anadvantageExperience in treatment,disposal and recycling options for POP-containing pesticides, experience with cement kiln co-processing requirements andpossibilities would be advantageExperience in inventory,classification and sampling/chemical analysis as well asrisk assessmentProfessional staff generallyavailable. List the key staff that is generally available for this kind of work, but without necessarily the submission ofdetailedindividual key experts' bio data Interested Consultantsshould submit references of the similarassignments in the last 5 years. References should include: investor data to which servicewas performed, project description, contract value for performed services and implementation period. Consultants may associateto enhance their qualifications. Association withqualified Egyptian firms is encouraged. A consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality and Costs Based Selection (QCBS) method as set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans & IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January2011 Interested consultants mayobtain further information at the address below during office hours between 09:00 to 15:00 (local time), Sunday to Thursday. The Expressions of Interestmust be delivered to the address below no later than September 4th,2015. Dr,Hassan Mahmoud Sweillam Project Manager, Sustainable POPs Management Project Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency 26,100 Street, 4th floor-flat 3, Maadi , Cairo , Egypt Tel: 202 235 94 235 Mobile: 2 012 234 36 285 Fax: 202 235 94 239 E-mail: hmswelam@yahoo.com, spopmp@hotmail.com

SEMED SEFF - Phase 2: EgyptSEFF Project Consultant - Assistance with Implementation

 | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline March 29, 2016
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Assignment Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") as lead institution is, together with its partners Agence Francaise de Developpement ("AFD") and the European Investment Bank ("EIB") (collectively the “Development Finance Institutions” or the “DFIs”) in the process of developing the second phase of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (“SEMED SEFF” or the “Facility”). While the first phase has been successfully launched in Morocco and could be extended into Jordan, the second phase will consist of credit lines of up to EUR 140 million to be provided to Participating Financial Intermediaries ("PFIs") in Egypt for on-lending to private sector borrowers (including SMEs and households). This Facility will also be based on lessons learnt from development and implementation of a pilot EgyptSEFF project with the National Bank of Egypt ("NBE") for USD 30 million, financed solely from the EBRD funds (see www.egyptseff.org).

The purpose of the Facility is to demonstrate the benefits of sustainable energy (SE) by promoting the expansion of renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) bankable investments in Egypt using the financial intermediation model already being used by the DFIs in other countries.

Egypt faces several major challenges in its energy sector. Egypt is a net importer of oil and gas despite the presence of domestic sources. Although there have been recent large increases in gas and electricity prices to industrial consumers, energy prices in Egypt are low in comparison with those in the region. Historically low prices for energy and energy subsidies have led to the development of energy and carbon intensive industries in Egypt, with Egypt's economy the third most energy intensive in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The Facility is seeking to address Egypt's energy and resource intensity by encouraging investments in EE and RE projects

The Facility will be supported by:
(1)
A grant of up to EUR 20.3 million to be provided by the EU Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF). The grant will be used for incentives to sub-borrowers and PFIs; and
(2)
Technical assistance (“TA”) totalling up to EUR 6.3 million. The TA will consist of two consultancy assignments: Project Consultant (PC) and a Verification Consultant (VC).

The EBRD now wishes to engage a Project Consultant (the “PC”), to provide capacity-building to PFIs to institutionalise the know-how required to support these types of investment, as well as providing support to PFIs to build a pipeline of eligible Sub-projects for financing and helping Sub-borrowers to develop and prepare their Sub-projects for financing by PFIs as well as providing visibility to the Facility and donors. In order to build capacity amongst professionals in the local market to ensure there is support for PFIs in implementing their own green lending products in the future, the PC will also provide training for local experts, to help them develop necessary skills and technical expertise for identification and preparation of technically feasible and financially viable projects for EE and RE investments.

A Verification Consultant (the “VC”), whose appointment will be the subject of a separate procurement notice, will ensure that the objectives of the Facility are met by checking and confirming that Sub-projects have been completed in accordance with the relevant investment plans, as prepared by the PC, and are on track to achieve the planned performance. This will be done through the physical assessment of the successful implementation and completion of all large-scale investments and up to 20% of randomly selected small-scale investments, to verify proper implementation; the remaining small-scale investments will be subject to a desk-based document review. On the basis of their assessment, the VC will determine the amount of incentives payable for each investment.

The PC Assignment will address barriers to investing in EE and RE projects within financial institutions as well as at the sub-borrower level. Low levels of energy tariffs and high levels of government subsidy provide a challenge to the implementation of EE projects. There is a lack of knowledge and know-how in how to implement EE and RE projects in Egypt, despite a huge potential market for EE and RE measures within industry, service and residential sectors, driven by fluctuating energy supplies and interruptions which could lead to operational losses. The Assignment will build skills within PFIs in assessing and financing EE and RE projects, and provide assistance to sub-borrowers in structuring and developing projects appropriate to their company needs.

Assignment Duration: The PC Assignment is expected to start by September 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 48 months. There is a possibility for contract extension in time and money subject to project needs, satisfactory performance of the Consultant and availability of funding.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 5,600,000; exclusive of VAT.

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

Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be funded in part by the EU NIF - Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) Regional Sustainable Energy Finance Facility: Phase II – Egypt, and in part by other donor funds to be confirmed.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions. It is anticipated that the contract will be financed through the EBRD's donor-funded Technical Cooperation Funds Programme. However, consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding from an appropriate donor.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Project Consultant will be a firm or group of firms with substantial locally-based capacity. Participation of local experts is essential: the Project Consultant should make extensive use of (accredited where appropriate) qualified locally based experts, as most tasks will be carried out in the field. The PC will have demonstrable capacity to access, and mobilise at short notice, experts with the necessary skills and qualification to support the Facility implementation.

The Project Consultant will have extensive experience in:
(1)
Project management of similar assignments in the region (in size and subject)
2)
Engineering experts with extensive technical experience in industrial and building EE and RE project assessment and development
(3)
Demonstrated experience of conducting energy audits and making appraisal of investment projects
(4)
Marketing sustainable energy finance projects in a business-to-business context
(5)
Developing training programmes on sustainable energy for financial institutions, engineers and businesses.

The Project Consultant will have recent experience of carrying out similar assignments in Egypt and/or the wider SEMED region.

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

a. Project Manager, with preferably: 15 years’ experience in project management; international technical experience in industrial EE and or RE including related to EE and RE financing schemes; expertise in project implementation planning; languages (fluent spoken and written English is essential; knowledge of Arabic would be an advantage).

b. Lead Engineer, with preferably: 15 years’ international experience, including overseeing the work of a team of engineers; previous experience of explaining engineering measures in financial terms; language skills (fluent spoken and written English is essential; knowledge of Arabic would be an advantage).

c. Pool of Local Engineers: with knowledge of industrial processes and expertise with in industrial operations and building operation, e.g., process upgrade, heat recovery, modernisation/optimisation of energy supply systems (power distribution, compressed air, refrigeration, etc.), improved monitoring and control, on-site CHP generation, rehabilitation of commercial buildings, and renewable energy projects (SWHs, PV plants, small wind energy, CSP for heat, etc.); proven experience in development of sustainable energy projects, including: (i) conducting energy audits and validation of renewable energy resources, (ii) assessment of project investment plan including its risks and mitigation strategy, (iii) commercially based sustainable energy projects financing, and (iv) calculation of energy savings and greenhouse gas emission reduction for such projects; (fluent Arabic essential, fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage).

d. Communications and Marketing Experts, with preferably: 10 years’ experience in developing marketing strategy and marketing tools; a track record of successful marketing projects in a business-to-business marketing context; proven experience in working with corporate clients and/or banks on marketing their products; and language skills (fluent Arabic essential, fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage).).
e. Financial/Economic Expert(s), with preferably: 10 years’ experience as corporate finance expert, bank loan officer or economist with specialisation in financial analysis (including capital investment appraisal); proven expertise in financial structuring of cash-flow-based lending projects; fluent Arabic essential, fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage;

f. Environmental Expert, with preferably: 10 years’ experience of conducting environmental due diligence and environmental impact assessments for a variety of sustainable energy projects; fluent Arabic essential, fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage.

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

  1. Company profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages);
  2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives;

  3. A table printed in landscape listing the proposed experts, their proposed role in the project team (using expert position as listed above), indicating the years of relevant professional experience, nationality, language skills, and a short summary of knowledge and experiences in relation to the requested position;
  4. CVs of key experts who could be available to work on the Assignment;
  5. Completed Consultant’s Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
    http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc

The above information should not exceed 20 pages excluding CVs and Consultant’s Declaration and Contact Sheet.

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

Please note that eSelection should be accessed via Internet Explorer.


One electronic copy of the Expression of Interest shall be submitted, in English, electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. No hard copies of the expressions of interest are required.

Bank Contact Person:
Ms Georgia Vasiliadis (Principal Advisor)
Technical Co-operation
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7750
e-mail: vasiliag@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:

1. Following this invitation for Expressions of Interest, a shortlist of qualified consultants will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.
2. Shortlist criteria and weightings are as follows:
(a) Firm's relevant experience, including in implementation of financial programmes and sustainable energy projects (25%);
(b) Firm's relevant experience in Egypt / South-Eastern Mediterranean region (25%); and
(c) Experts' CVs: International Project Manager; International and Local Engineers; Communications, Marketing and IT Experts; Assistant Project Manager(s); Financial/Economic Experts (50%)

Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 1: equipment for testing air conditioning units in accordance with the requirements of ISO 5151:2010, ISO 16358:2013 and the corresponding Egyptian standard i.e. ES 4814/2008

Ministeriet for industri, handel og SMV'er | Published March 1, 2016
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Supply of laboratory and IT equipment to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and SMEs — lot 1: equipment for testing air conditioning units in accordance with the requirements of ISO 5151:2010, ISO 16358:2013 and the corresponding Egyptian standard i.e. ES 4814/2008

SEMED SEFF - Phase 2: EgyptSEFF Verification Consultant - Assistance with Implementation

 | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
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Project Description:

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) as lead institution, together with its partners Agence Francaise de Developpement (“AFD”) and the European Investment Bank (“EIB”) (collectively the “Development Finance Institutions” or the “DFIs”), is in the process of developing the second phase of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (“SEMED SEFF”). While the first phase has been successfully launched in Morocco, the second phase (“EgyptSEFF” or the “Facility”) will consist of credit lines of up to EUR 140 million to be provided to Participating Financial Intermediaries (“PFI”), including banks and leasing companies, in Egypt for on-lending to private sector sub borrowers for investments in Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewable Energy (RE) projects. This Facility also incorporates the lessons learnt during a pilot EgyptSEFF project with the National Bank of Egypt (NBE), financed solely from EBRD funds. This pilot project has shown positive results within a short time frame and confirmed there is a significant potential to finance EE and RE projects in Egypt (see www.egyptseff.org).

Assignment Description

Egypt faces several major challenges in its energy sector. Egypt is a net importer of oil and gas despite the presence of domestic sources. Although there have been recent large increases in gas and electricity prices to industrial consumers, energy prices in Egypt are low in comparison with those in the region. Historically low prices for energy and energy subsidies have led to the development of energy- and carbon-intensive industries in Egypt, with Egypt's economy the third most energy intensive in the MENA region.

The purpose of the Facility is to demonstrate the benefits of energy conservation and promote the expansion of RE and EE investments in Egypt using the financial intermediation model already being used by EBRD in other countries. Each PFI loan will be co-financed by either EIB or AFD in the form of parallel loans, through a common terms agreement (CTA).

The Facility may provide financing for the following categories of eligible Sub-loans

1. Industrial EE and RE investments;

2. Stand-alone small scale RE investments;

3. Commercial buildings sector - EE and/or RE investments in commercial buildings (production and administrative buildings of Beneficiaries);

The Facility will be supported by:

· grant funds of up to EUR 20.3 million provided by the EU Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF).

· technical assistance (TC) totaling EUR 6.3 million, provided by the EU Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) in the amount of EUR 3 million and potentially the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund in the amount of EUR 3.3 million.

The TC funds will be used for two consultancy assignments: Project Consultant (PC) and an ex-post Verification Consultant (VC).

The Project Consultant (or the PC), subject to a separate procurement process, will assist with the design, launch and successful operation of the Facility, be responsible for the marketing of the Facility, define technical eligibility criteria and appraise sub-projects against a set of criteria. In the appraisal of sub-projects the PC will use two approaches:

· Automatic eligibility process: Automatic Sub-project eligibility shall be based on the Technology Selector developed by the PC Sub-loans for Technology Selector based items can be approved by the PFI without further need for an Assessment by the PC. The PC is responsible for maintaining and updating the Technology Selector (including contact details and categories of eligible technologies supplied) and ensuring that it is publicly available via the Facility website. Any doubts about whether a Sub-project is automatically eligible shall be clarified through an approved eligibility process. Based on the PFI’s request, Sub-loans for Technology Selector based items may also be assessed under assisted eligibility process as per the next section.

· Assisted eligibility process: In cases where the scope of a larger and more complex investment is clearly defined and the Sub-project is adequately specified and presented in the Sub-loan application, the PC will prepare the Preliminary Assessment Report and will recommend a further more detailed assessment of the Sub-project proposal in order to verify and approve its eligibility. For this purpose the PC shall perform either a Simplified Assessment or a Full Assessment of the Sub-project depending on the Sub-project requirements and prepare a Simplified Assessment Report – SAR or a Full Assessment Report - FAR. The SAR/PAR may be complemented by additional information available to the PC in support of the results presented in the report. It will be the responsibility of the PC to confirm the technical eligibility (or otherwise) of Sub-projects to the Participating Financial Institutions.

The ex-post Verification Consultant (the “VC”), subject to this call for Expression of Interest, will ensure that the implemented investments meet the expectations of the customers and the PFI by checking and confirming that all Sub-projects have been completed in accordance with the relevant investment plans described in SAR or FAR (as prepared and/or reviewed by the PC) and are on track to achieve the planned energy savings.

More specifically, the Verification Consultant is expected to:

a) Prepare a verification report on the implementation of Sub-projects and an assessment on how the recommendations in the Project Assessment Report, or any other document as relevant, have been fulfilled;

b) Provide EBRD with a monthly work plan outlining planned activities for the next month;

c) Prepare a monthly verifications report detailing the sub-projects verified in the previous month and the Investment Incentives payable by EBRD;

d) Prepare a final report providing a summary of activities undertaken throughout the assignment;

e) Prepare and submit to the Bank other deliverables as may reasonably be requested.

Ensure that all reports and documentation have clear references to the support of the donors, the form of such references to be agreed with the EBRD.

There will be two different approaches to the selection, preparation, processing and verification of the investment:

(i) For Assessed Sub-projects the VC will physically determine the successful implementation and completion on site. The VC will verify project completion through a site visit within one month from the date of notification of project completion and receipt of supporting documentation.

(ii) For Sub-project investments in Pre-approved Technology the Verification Consultant will physically determine the successful implementation and completion of not less than 10% of randomly selected sub-projects through on-site spot checks (including those Sub-projects with suspiciously high costs per energy savings). The VC will verify the successful implementation and completion of the balance of Pre-Approved Technology investments on the basis of a desk-based document review. Spot checks will be completed and Sub-projects verified within one month from the date of notification of project completion and receipt of supporting documentation. Desk-based verification will be completed within 10 business days from the date of notification of project completion and receipt of supporting documentation.

On the basis of the assessment, the VC will determine the amount of incentives payable for each investment.

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

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start early in 2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 48 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 700,000.00 (exclusive of VAT). Subject to availability of funding, the performance of the selected Consultant and the specific needs of the Bank the Assignment may be extended beyond the current scope.

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

Funding Source: It is expected that the Assignment will be funded by the European Union Neighbourhood Investment Facility (EU NIF) and the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund (subject to funding approvals). Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The consultant shall be a firm or a group of firms with a strong locally-based support capacity. The Consultant should have relevant experience in all areas needed for the performance of the assignment as described above, including relevant sector and regional experience. The firm and its proposed experts shall have a wide and balanced experience in industrial energy efficiency, energy efficiency in buildings and renewable energy systems. Experts will be capable of and experienced in validating sub-projects against set criteria. An extensive use of qualified locally-based personnel is envisaged as the bulk of the assignment will be conducted in the field.

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

1. Team Leader or Project Manager with preferably 15 years of previous professional experience in:

a) project management

b) project implementation planning, including experience related to energy management, RE and EE projects,

c) the South-Eastern Mediterranean or North African regions, including Egypt

e) fluent spoken and written English is essential; knowledge of Arabic would be an advantage.

2. Engineer(s) (international and/or local) with significant relevant professional experience and knowledge of:

· industrial processes and expertise with EE in industrial operations, e.g., process upgrade, heat recovery, modernisation/optimisation of energy supply systems (power distribution, compressed air, refrigeration, etc.), improved monitoring and control, on-site CHP generation, rehabilitation of commercial buildings,

· knowledge of RE projects (SWHs, PV plants, small wind energy, CSP for heat, etc.);

· knowledge of Egyptian RE and building regulations and relevant standards in relation to energy consumption and performance

· fluent written and spoken Arabic is essential; fluent spoken and written English would be an advantage)

Participation of local experts from Egypt and/or the wider SEMED region is essential. The Consultant's team should be able to communicate effectively in English and Arabic.

The Consultant should have relevant experience in all areas needed for the performance of the assignment as described above, including relevant sector and regional experience. The firm and its proposed experts shall have a wide and balanced experience in industrial EE, EE in buildings and RE systems. Experts will be capable of and experienced in validating sub-projects against set criteria.

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

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives.

3. A table printed in landscape listing the proposed experts, their proposed role in the project team (using expert position as listed above), indicating the years of relevant professional experience, nationality, language skills, a short qualification in relation to the requested position, knowledge and experiences;

4. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

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

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

The above information should not exceed 15 pages excluding CVs and contact sheet.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded (4MB), the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files (e.g. Expression of Interest in one file and CVs in one file).

Bank Contact Person:

Ms Georgia Vasiliadis

Technical Co-operation

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

Tel: + 44 20 7338 7750

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

Notes:

1. Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria and weightings are as follows:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience, including in implementation of financial programmes and sustainable energy projects (25%)

(b) Firm’s relevant experience in Egypt/South-Eastern Mediterranean/North African region (25%)

(c) Experts’ CVs: (50%)