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Germany-Eschborn: Foreign economic-aid-related services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.giz.de
Section II: Object
81248137 — Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme (REEEP II)
Bangladesh is embracing both conventional and renewable sources of energy to meet its existing and steadily growing demand for power. In this process, the country is aiming at exploiting its available solar potential, predominantly promoting grid-connected solar power.
As continuation of German Government's technical cooperation by GIZ to Bangladesh Government in clean energy promotion, GIZ implements the ‘Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme’ (REEEP II).
REEEP II works with the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) to strengthen its efforts for sustainable energy development. Together with public, private and civil society actors, the programme will provide strategic and implementation support for a national level awareness campaign on energy efficiency and conservation. REEEP II contributes to the national dissemination of solar rooftop programme through supporting the establishment of a national service desk.
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency is one of the priority areas of German Development Cooperation in Bangladesh. The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme (REEEP II) is a bilateral technical cooperation programme between German and Bangladesh Government, supported by the Bangladesh Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources (MPEMR) and implemented by GIZ on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). REEEP II works with the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) to strengthen its efforts for sustainable energy development. Together with public, private and civil society actors, the programme will provide strategic and implementation support for a national level awareness campaign on energy efficiency and conservation. REEEP II contributes to the national dissemination of solar rooftop programme through supporting the establishment of a national service desk and supplementary online portal.
Moreover, the Programme supports the government to develop conducive sustainable energy policies and regulations and build the capacity of relevant national public and private agencies, civil society to sustain the development impact.
REEEP II aims to work with the government, private sector and civil society actors to strengthen sustainable energy development in Bangladesh.
The project will identify specific organisational development needs for the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Development Authority (SREDA) and relevant sector stakeholders and will promote cooperation among those actors to achieve the national target for renewable energy and energy efficiency. Moreover, the programme will support the government to develop conducive energy policies and regulations to sustain developmental impacts.
To maximise the utilisation of solar energy, the government aims to disseminate grid connected solar rooftops at a large scale through net-metering scheme. The project will support this endeavour through facilitating the establishment of a dedicated national rooftop service desk at SREDA and accompanying online portal for consumers and service providers. There will also be accompanied measures on quality assurance and market facilitation.
Technical measures regarding energy efficiency can only be sustained when public and institutional awareness and commitment is ensured. The project will support the formulation of a national awareness raising strategy for energy efficiency and conservation. Relevant public, private and civil society actors will be actively engaged with the subsequent campaign to maximise impact of the initiatives.
The overall progress in sector development will be monitored both qualitatively and quantitatively and will be integrated with centralized monitoring system at SREDA.
The project is being implemented from November 2018 and will continue till October 2021.
GIZ is seeking proposals from suitable international consulting farms, to support implementing REEEP II's Renewable Energy Component to establish a national service desk at SREDA.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
1) Trading name and address, commercial register number;
2) Eligibility declaration that no grounds for exclusion in Section 123, 124 of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB) apply;
3) Eligibility declaration subcontractors if applicable;
4) Association clause if applicable.
1) Declaration on the average annual turnover for the last 3 financial years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of invitation to tender held within 6 months of end of last financial year);
2) Declaration on the number of employees as at 31.12 of the previous year.
1) Average annual turnover for the last 3 years: 1 000 000 EUR;
2) Number of employees as at 31.12 of the previous year: 6 persons.
It is necessary to provide references in the technical field ‘promotion/facilitation of or capacity building for solar PV’ with a minimum commission value of 150 000,00 EUR.
1) At least 5 reference projects in the technical field ‘promotion/facilitation of or capacity building for solar PV’ and at least 2 reference projects in the region ‘Asia’ in the last 3 years;
2) The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a minimum commission value of 150 000,00 EUR.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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Internet address: https://www.bundeskartellamt.de
According to Article 160, Section 3 of the German Act Against Restraint of Competition (GWB), application for review is not permissible insofar as:
1) The applicant has identified the claimed infringement of the procurement rules before submitting the application for review and has not submitted a complaint to the contracting authority within a period of 10 calendar days; the expiry of the period pursuant to Article 134, Section 2 remains unaffected;
2) Complaints of infringements of procurement rules that are evident in the tender notice are not submitted to the contracting authority at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for the application or by the deadline for the submission of bids, specified in the tender notice;
3) Complaints of infringements of procurement rules that first become evident in the tender documents are not submitted to the contracting authority at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for application or by the deadline for the submission of bids;
4) More than 15 calendar days have expired since receipt of notification from the contracting authority that it is unwilling to redress the complaint.
Sentence 1 does not apply in the case of an application to determine the invalidity of the contract in accordance with Article 135, Section 1 (2). Article 134, Section 1, Sentence 2 remains unaffected.