eC2: Green hydrogen investment opportunities in developing countries

Deadline:   18-Mar-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Hydrogenfuelcell

This assignment will support ESMAP and IFC to develop a market report identifying investment opportunities in green hydrogen in developing countries. It will produce an analytical framework to assess green hydrogen investments in different economic sectors that could use green hydrogen or derived fuels as feedstock or energy supply. The Consultant will apply the framework to systematically assess green hydrogen investment opportunities across the full value chain in the industry, agriculture, electric power, heating, and transport sectors. This framework will be based on a straightforward scorecard system, and will be used to identify viable applications, business models, and local players that could benefit from private and public sector support. For each relevant sector, the report will also identify and develop case studies from developing countries.

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eC2: Electric Vehicles demand mapping in Indonesia

Deadline:  08-Mar-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) index

  • Preliminary Description of Tasks:
  • The Consultant is expected to carry out the following activities:
  • Module 1: Market assessment and demand mapping for various forms of electric vehicles
  • Module 2: Batteries Demand Mapping & Assessment
  • Module 3: Charging infrastructure assessment
  • Module 4: Regulatory and incentive mapping
  • Module 5: Financing and business models
  • Module 6: Roadmap / Action Plan including Legal, Regulatory, policy, Institutional, Procedural and Recommendations
  • Module 7: Identification of e-mobility Investment Opportunities for IFC in Indonesia

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Formula E drives electric mobility innovation

untitledTo be honest, I have never really been a fan of motorsport racing, but Formula E is something different. Regular sports car racing has always felt too loud, too polluting and a bit pointless, but electric car racing is changing my perception rapidly. The most recent Formula E race and associated FIA Smart Cities event in Santiago, Chile last week highlighted the importance of sustainable mobility and the advantages of advancing electric technology as quickly as possible. Extremely fast electric cars, whooshing by cheering audiences with a distinctly electric whizzing sound, made me realize that the future is definitely now.

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