The Climate Technology Centre is seeking proposals for implementation of technical assistance for individual projects in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda. Deadline: 14 October 2019, 17:00 (Vienna time).
The technical assistance for direct use of geothermal energy in low to medium temperature geothermal systems was requested by 6 African countries in the Eastern Africa region. The countries lie within the Great East African Rift Valley (both at the eastern and western branches), a region that possesses a remarkable geothermal energy resource potential that can be used for power generation and direct use application.
The assistance aims at identifying the resource and its viability of geothermal direct use as well as identification of the most suitable technologies for the resources direct use implementation. This will aim to support the countries to further advance their climate commitments as geothermal energy has great contribution to make in energy sector decarbonization.
The completed offer must be submitted via the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) e-Procurement portal https://procurement.unido.org. Please refer to documents below for complete terms of reference and bidding information.
Please note: In the event that your institution is not yet a CTCN network member, you may bid for implementation of the technical assistance, subject to the condition that you submit your completed application for CTC Network membership before the bid closure and your application is acknowledged by the CTCN. Furthermore, the contract award – should your bid be selected – is conditional to your network membership application having been successfully approved by the Director of CTCN. Should the bidder decide to partner with another institution to deliver the services described in these Terms of Reference, it is expected that the partner institution also joins the CTC Network.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) hosts the CTCN in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the support of a consortium of partners that are engaged in some 1,500 activities related to climate technologies in over 150 countries.