Sri Lanka seeks consultants for Sustainable Energy Authority

The government of Sri Lanka seeks expressions of interest from consultants to assist in capacity building of its Sustainable Energy Authority, including experience in small hydropower. Responses are due May 1.

With US$515,000 in technical assistance funding from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sri Lanka seeks 10 person-months of international consulting services and 18 person-months of national consultants.

The government seeks renewable energy policy and development specialists, as well as specialists in fund management, human resources, business management, and capacity building. In the renewable energy area, specialists are sought with experience in guidelines for feed-in tariffs for small hydropower generation.

Expressions of interest are due May 1. Work is expected to be performed between May 2008 and February 2010.

Expressions of interest (EOI) may be submitted via the ADB Internet site at www.adb.org/Documents/ADBBO/CSRN/AOTA/41662012.ASP. Terms of reference are on the website.

The implementing agency is to be the Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority. The ADB project officer for the technical assistance program is Tomoyuki Kimura, Principal Energy Specialist, Asian Development Bank, P.O. Box 789, 0980 Manila, Philippines; (63) 2-6326611; E-mail: tkimura@adb.org; Internet: www.adb.org.

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