Deadline: 20-Feb-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Government of Mauritania (GoM) has laid out a new vision for the country’s development, under its Accelerated Growth and Prosperity Sharing Strategy (SCAPP, the acronym in French). SCAPP’s Vision for the Future, “The Mauritania We Want in 2030,” aims for strong, inclusive and sustainable growth to meet the basic needs of citizens and ensure their well-being. In the energy sector, the Government aims to ensure universal access to quality services at the lowest cost and to provide economic actors with reliable and secure electricity, through: (a) Development of new production capacities from local resources, mainly natural gas; (b) Expansion of the transport network and interconnection with neighboring countries; (c) Increasing the share of renewable energy in the energy mix and (d) Implementing decentralized solutions in remote rural areas. The strategy seeks to increase access rate to 95% in urban areas and 40% in rural areas, in order to reach an overall electrification rate of 70% at the national level by 2030.
The proposed National Electrification Analysis would provide analysis and insight on various electricity access options for Mauritania, specifically through: (a) data collection and analysis; (b) assessment of service quality levels; (c) identification of potential least-cost technology options for electrification; and (d) identification of potential options and arrangements for scaling up electrification in Mauritania in line with national access targets.
Deadline: 11-Dec-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of this assignment is to support the Government of DRC in attracting the private sector for the electrification of provincial capitals. To this end, the consultant will review the legal/regulatory/PPP framework and tools, use the results of a technical prefeasibility study to develop financial models for 2 to 4 provinces, consult local/regional/international private operators/utilities, develop appropriate PPP contract samples, assist the government over the procurement process, and develop a comprehensive capacity strengthening plan for 2 to 4 provincial governments and the regulator.
Deadline: 02-May-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Government of Angola (GoA) has requested support from the World Bank Group to complete a National Electrification Analysis (NEA), addressing all key aspects of investment planning, institutional and contracting arrangements, and needed financing and regulations for providing reliable electricity service, ultimately achieving the national electricity access targets. Thus, the World Bank Group is seeking to hire a consulting firm or consortium to help complete the NEA. The scope of work encompasses: (a) preparation of a geographic information system (GIS)-based database; (b) identification of least-cost electrification options based on different locations/density levels/electricity needs; and (c) identification of suitable implementation options for scaling up electrification in Angola in line with national electricity access targets.
Deadline: 11-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Assignment Description: Assess financial sustainability of BREB and PBSs; develop pathways and actions plans to meet universal access target by 2021; and ensure financial sustainability of the institutions going forward.
Deadline: 25-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Elaboration of National Electrification Strategy (NES), National Electrification Plan (NEP) and Investment Prospectus (IP) for Chad, Mali and Mauritania
Deadline: 30-Jun-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
To support the improvement of STEGs financial, technical, and commercial performance by (i) undertaking an operational and management diagnosis of the utility; (ii) designing a detailed plan for STEG to carry out necessary investments and reforms to meet the targets of its performance contract; and (iii) determining the current revenue requirement of STEG based on their cost structure and identifying the efficient revenue requirement for the next 10 years based on the improvements proposed in the performance improvement plan above.
Deadline: 21-Mar-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The objective of this assignment is to prepare a geospatial analysis and present the least cost options for electrification for villages located within the radio of 100 km of the substations of the OMVG in The Gambia and Guinea Bissau, and the Substations of the OMVS in Mali. The analysis will provide detailed estimation of investment and operating cost requirements.
Deadline: 17-Oct-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
IFC is seeking support on the development of a high-level rural electrification strategy to be delivered to the Government of Togo. The objective of this engagement will be to outline a clear vision and compelling strategy for achieving universal electrification in Togo, with a focus on off-grid systems. In this context, three specific analyses will be undertaken, namely: (i) identification of the high-level market potential for mini-grid and off-grid systems; (ii) articulation of potential business models that would be applicable in the context of Togo, covering private sector-led approaches, public-private partnership approaches, and public sector-led approaches; and (iii) indication of associated financing requirements, both concessional and commercial. This work will largely rely on existing data, specifically the parts of the country that have already been identified as likely to rely on off-grid systems for electrification at the short to medium terms.
The engagement would need to be completed by January 31 2018, and will require fluency in both English and French. Continue reading
Deadline: 07-Sep-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Specifically, the objectives of this assignment are threefold:
1. Develop a set of industry compatible data standards for electrification models data inputs and modelling outputs, primarily to facilitate data inputs reuse and comparability of outputs across models and countries;
2. Develop a scenario-based global model of least-cost electrification planning for universal access for all countries with electrification rate below 90% (as per World Bank Global Tracking Framework 2017)
3. Develop a web mapping application that demonstrates the global models results, and allows users to adjust certain parameters that affect least cost electrification planning, such as but not limited to:
a. Technology costs
b. Cost of diesel
c. Electrification level targeted
d. Timeline considered for universal access
The web mapping platform will need to ensure compatibility leveraging data standards specified as part of this assignment, notably to allow users to visualize other or future modelling results.