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Belgium-Brussels: Study on the Feasibility, Minimum Standards and Transparency Requirements of an EU ESG Benchmark Label
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Study on the Feasibility, Minimum Standards and Transparency Requirements of an EU ESG Benchmark Label
Regulation (EU) 2016/10011 requires the Commission to present to the European Parliament and the Council, before 31 December 2022 a report on the impact of this Regulation and on the feasibility of an ‘ESG benchmark’ that shall be accompanied, where appropriate by a legislative proposal. In the consultation on the renewed sustainable finance strategy, a question was asked to market participants on whether the EU should take action to create such label with the majority responding that the EU should take action to create an ‘ESG benchmark’. Many market participants would welcome the creation of such new EU label in order to integrate social and governance considerations, on top of climate, which is the main focus of the EU Climate Benchmarks, which have been recently introduced.
The general objective of this study is to obtain a comprehensive analysis regarding the feasibility of the creation of an EU ESG Benchmark label, including the minimum standards and transparency requirements.
The Pavilion (SPA2), Rue de Spa 2, B-1000 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Study on the feasibility, minimum standards and transparency requirements of an EU ESG Benchmark label.
Please consult the procurement documents available at the address indicated in section I.3).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened electronically on the date and time indicated in the contract notice. It is possible to attend the opening by videoconference.
Section VI: Complementary information
Please consult the procurement documents available at the address indicated in section I.3). In case of unavailability or disruptions in the functioning of the electronic means of communication provided in section I.3) in the last 5 calendar days before the time limit for receipt indicated in section IV.2.2), the contracting authority reserves the right to extend this time limit and publish the extension at the Internet address provided in section I.3), without a preceding publication of a corrigendum to this notice. Economic operators interested in this procurement are invited to subscribe to the call for tenders at the address in section I.3) in order to get notified when new information or documents are published.