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Request for Proposals – Transitioning to National Energy Security: Bartica, a Model Green Town

Credit: Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre. Not for use without written permission.

The  Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received funds  from the Italian Government for the purpose of implementing the project  “Transitioning to National Energy Security: Bartica, a Model Green Town”  and intends to apply a part of the proceeds towards payments for the  following Consulting Contracts:

(1) Household Baseline Survey, Bartica, Guyana, Contract # 29/2017/Italian Government/CCCCC

Peruse the official Request for Proposal and Terms of Reference below:

(2) Transportation Sector Energy Audit, Bartica, Guyana, Contract # 30/2017/Italian Government/CCCCC

Peruse the official Request for Proposal and Terms of Reference below:

(3) Production of Concept Manual and Implementation of Public  Awareness  and Education Campaigns, Bartica, Guyana, Contract #  31/2017/Italian  Government/CCCCC

Peruse the official Request for Proposal and Terms of Reference below:

(4) Energy Audit of Public Institutions,  Facilities and Street Lighting, Bartica, Guyana Contract #  32/2017/Italian Government/CCCCC

Peruse the official Request for Proposal and Terms of Reference below:

Interested and eligible consultants may obtain further information at awilliams@caribbeanclimate.bz between 08:00 and 17:00 hours (Belize Time) Monday to Friday.

The deadline for the submission of proposals is: on or before 2:00 pm (GMT-6), Tuesday 21stNovember 2017.

 


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