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Cablegate: Foreign Government Eoi for Consultants For

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001081

SIPDIS

USDOC FOR 4530/MAC/ANESA/OSA
EMBASSIES FOR FCS OFFICES

E.O 12958:N/A
TAGS: BTIO CE KWMM
SUBJECT: FOREIGN GOVERNMENT EOI FOR CONSULTANTS FOR
RENEWABLE RESOURCE BASED ELECTRICITY
GENERATION


1. 542/01/T0015
2. 061903
3. MANLOWETL
4. 542
5. N
6A. CONTACT
6B.JAYANTHA NAGENDRAN, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT (PROJECT
MANAGEMENT), ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT, RERED PROJECT
6C. DFCC BANK, 73/5 GALLE ROAD, COLOMBO 3, SRI LANKA
7. PHONE: 94-1-442442
FAX: 94-1-440376
E-MAIL: INFO@DFCCBANK.COM
8. 201
9. S8999.... CONSULTANTS - RENEWABLE ENERGY
10. COMMENTS:

Product data
A. DETAILED DESCRIPTION: EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST(EOI)
ARE CALLED FOR FROM CONSULTANTS INTERESTED IN MAKING
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL RENEWABLE
ENERGY DEVELOPMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK. IT SHOULD INCLUDE:
1. LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES.
2. COMMERCIAL ISSUES INCLUDING TARIFFS AND SUBSIDIES.
3. TECHNICAL AND CONNECTIVITY ISSUES.
B. Other information:
1. Consultants may associate to enhance their
qualifications and should also indicate that they are
qualified to perform these services by providing:
(a) Brochures.
(b) Description of similar assignments.
(c) Experience in similar conditions.
(d) Availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.
2. EOI should focus on aspects relevant to the
assignment, using the following format:
(a) Name and address of firm (which may be a consortium
with one lead firm)
(b) Contact details
(c) Brief profile of firm/consortium
(d) Key staff members
(e) Relevant experience of firm/consortium (details of
assignment-specific tacks undertaken during the past 1
years with client references)
3. Closing date for (EOI): July 05, 2003

The Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) has received a
credit/grant from the International Development
Association (IDA)/Global Environment Facility (GEF),
and intends to apply part of this credit/grant to
payments for the Development of Sri Lanka's Policy
Framework for Renewable Resource Based Electricity
Generation. EOIs are called through the DFCC Bank.

REMARKS: The U.S. Embassy would appreciate receiving
notification of U.S. firms' interest, which can be sent
to:
Commercial Attach
U.S. Embassy
210 Galle Road, P.O. Box 106
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Phone: 94-1-448007
Fax: 94-1-437345
E-mail: ManloweTL@state.gov
Novak

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