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UNIDO Call for Proposals: Development of a regional electric mobility policy and program for the Pacific Island Countries and Territories

Publication date: 
Monday, June 24, 2019

The Pacific Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) works towards integrated and inclusive markets for sustainable energy products and services by promoting economies of scale and equal progress between countries through regional exchange, tools and methodologies. PCREEE has a strong private sector mandate and promotes activities with high relevance for domestic businesses, entrepreneurs and industry.

PCREEE is currently developing an innovative regional programmatic approach, which will assist the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) in the creation of enabling environments for the uptake of e-mobility markets within their renewable energy expansion plans.

The assignment includes the following key tasks:

  • The contractor will develop a technical background/briefing paper to inform the Fourth Pacific Regional Energy and Transport Ministers’ Meeting on the social, economic and environmental opportunities/benefits and risks/costs of integrated e-mobility and renewable energy power scenarios in PICTs.
  • Based on the findings and recommendations of the technical paper, a regional policy document outlining the short-term and long-term vision of PICTs with regard to integrated e-mobility and renewable energy power markets will be developed.
  • The contractor will develop a project document on the PCREEE E-Mobility Program to be executed by PCREEE in partnership with UNIDO and other international partners.

For more information, please read the Terms of Reference. 

Applicants are requested to submit their proposals in English no later than June 27, 2019, 23:00 hrs, CEST, by registering on the UNIDO procurement system (www.unido.org/procurement). In case of difficulties, submissions could exceptionally be sent to procurement@unido.org by providing a convincing explanation for doing so. Applicants can get in touch with the PCREEE Secretariat based in Tonga.

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