Under the Poznan Strategic Program on technology transfer, with the financial support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Industrial Organization (UNIDO) has been working to promote investment in technology transfer and climate technology development in Cambodia and Thailand as they move towards low-carbon development.
Cambodia is supported by UNIDO through the project “Climate change related technology transfer for Cambodia: Using agricultural residue biomass for sustainable energy solutions”, which aims to develop a dynamic mechanism for sustained transfer of efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly energy technologies using agro-residue biomass to replace fossil-fuel powered generators and boilers for power generation and thermal energy applications in manufacturing industries.
The project has conducted feasibility studies for the implementation of biomass CHP systems in Cambodian companies. One company is now seeking a contractor to supply biomass CHP equipment and services.
Interested applicants are requested to submit the written proposals in English directly to the company by contacting: Mr. Jonathan Lim ([email protected]) at the latest by 30th April 2019 (UTC+7). Any quotations received after this date may not be taken into consideration.
Please note that any requests for clarifications, additional information, etc. relating to this request for proposals must be addressed to Mr. Jonathan Lim ([email protected]). All requests should be submitted latest one week before the submission date.