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Restricted procedure: Process support, identification and formulation of a bilateral energy programme in Indonesia (2020-2025) under the Danish Climate Enevolpe

Deadline for applications: 25 June, at 14:00, Danish time

Description:
Danish experiences gained from the on-going transformation from an economy reliant on fossil fuels to increasing utilization of renewable energy resources, and efficiency in supply and demand, are recognized internationally and provide a valuable lesson to share. Established in 2008, the Climate Envelope is a mechanism for channeling climate funding to adaptation and mitigation activities in developing countries as per Denmark’s commitment to contribute to international climate finance.  It is managed as an integrated part of Danish development assistance and follows Danida's Aid Management Guidelines for development assistance and Guiding Principles for the Danish Climate Envelope. 

15 Danish Embassies have been appointed as Green Front Line Missions. They will focus even more on sharing the Danish government’s climate ambitions and promote Danish green solutions internationally. Denmark has a lot to offer with a combitnation of a strengthened green diplomacy, concrete green solutions and development assistance. Denmark will undertake international leadership of SDG 7 on affordable and clean energy. The green agenda will be the guiding principle, when Denmark enters new strategic partnerships with growth economies, including Indonesia.

The Department for Green Diplomacy (GDI) is responsible for the appropriation and quality assurance, whereas Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities (MCEU), and specifically the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is responsible for the implementation of the programme.

A climate envelope programme in Indonesia will be running from 2020-2025 with a total budget of DKK 60 million. The impact of the programme will be created by supporting Indonesia’s development of strategies and policies for reaching their Nationally Detrermined Contributions (NDC's)  to the Paris Agreement and relevant Sustainable Development Goals on climate and energy.

The task of this consultancy is to conduct a thorough needs assessment of partner institutions in Indonesia and to formulate a new programme in support of a low carbon transition and associated development co-benefits in the country. The needs assessment and following programme will focus on deployment of renewable energy, Energy Efficiency, integration of renewable energy, regulation and overall reduction of CO2 emissions.

The duration of the consultancy is 6-7 months, depending on how fast the contract can be signed. The consultancy has a tight deadline as the programme document has to be approved by the Council for Development Policy, the Minister for Development Cooperation and the Finance Committee before the end of December 2020.

The total budget of the assignment is approximately 500,000 DKK, incl. fees and reimbursables.

Deadline for applications: 25 June 2020, at 14:00, Danish time

Interested Consultants can request the documents for participation by e-mail to the contact person stated below.

Contact point: Grønt Diplomati/GDI
Name of Programme Officer: Tilde Hellsten
E-mail address, Programme Officer: tilhel@um.dk
Telephone of Programme Officer: +45 33 92 04 65

Criteria for selection:
A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender