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International Consultancy hiring Energy Experts

Luxembourg, 09 July 2015

Background advisory

The European Investment Bank ('EIB') is launching a call for tenders with the aim of establishing multiple framework agreements ('FWAs') with specialised service providers to support the EIB, in particular the Advisory Services Department, throughout its countries of operations inside and outside the European Union.

International Consultancy will be bidding on lot 2: Energy.

Purpose of the work:

Services will be provided to support the preparation of projects including, but not limited to, the following sub-sectors: power generation, transmission and distribution networks, oil and gas, energy efficiency, renewable energy. This support may be for the preparation and review of the complete project documentation (i.e. among others, technical feasibility including option analysis, cost-benefit analysis, environmental impact assessment, climate risk and vulnerability assessment, institutional viability, and procurement strategy), implementation (e.g. preparation and review of detailed designs and tender documents, support over implementation of construction works), or monitoring and verification of project results. Also, the support may refer to other areas that are necessary for the preparation for funding and feasibility studies (e.g. sector strategies, master plans, project screening, pre-feasibility, national tariffs, unit cost studies, etc.). Services may also be required in the analysis of horizontal issues affecting more than 1 project or more than 1 country, such as the development of methodological guidelines, model project approaches, PPP-grant blending or State-aid issues.

Length of the project:

The FWA will mainly provide short-term operational services (less than 6 months) but longer assignments (more than 6 months) may also be requested. These could include, among others, feasibility study preparation for investment projects, institutional support for capacity building; and project implementation support.


The frameworks agreements are expected to mainly cover the following geographical areas:

  • EU Member States;

  • Pre-accession countries;

  • Neighbourhood countries;

  • sub-Saharan Africa, Caribbean and Pacific countries (see the non-EU signatories to the Cotonou Agreement);

  • Asian and Latin American countries;

Submission Deadline: 28 July 2015

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