The Government of the Gambia requested UNIDO’s support in the operationalization of the SE4All Action Agenda through promoting inclusive, environmentally-sound and low-carbon development. The project is funded by the Global Environment Facility and its objective is to demonstrate the use of energy efficient lighting and appliances as well as efficient cooking stoves. The dissemination of EE lighting and appliances will effectively contribute to national efforts in reducing the pressure on the electricity consumption and reduce greenhouse emissions.. The replacement of inefficient lights and appliances with efficient devices will also minimize the need for emergency power generation capacity that is fossil fuel- based. Furthermore, the promotion of efficient cook stoves will effectively reduce the demand for firewood and charcoal therefore reducing the deforestation rate in the country. In this context, a Call for Proposal (RFP) is launched to recruit a consultant/consultant firm to undertake the assignment with the aim to design and establish a testing laboratory for EE lighting and appliances, more specifically for EE lighting, and conduct capacity building activities at TGSB. The tasks will be carried out under the guidance and supervision of UNIDO and in support of the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
The deadline for submission of proposals is the April 13, 2020, 23:00 UTC-1. Proposals should be submitted in English and sent by email ONLY to email@example.com , clearly indicating in the subject: “DEVELOPMENT AND INTRODUCTION OF MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MEPS), LABELLING AND EE LIGHTING TESTING LABORATORY FOR TGSB”.
The individual email size should not exceed 10 MB and the attachments should not be on zip format.
For any clarifications please contact the Programme Officer Mr. Charles Diarra firstname.lastname@example.org .
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