Mongolia seeks renewable energy development consultant

On behalf of the government of Mongolia, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) seeks expressions of interest from consultants to help develop an internationally consistent renewable energy development framework for Mongolia. Responses are due January 25.

With financing expected from the Japan-Europe Cooperation Fund, EBRD has a budget of 290,000 euros (US$429,432) to hire a consultant to:
o Assess and improve the feed-in tariff regime for electricity from renewable energy sources;
o Assess least-cost options for developing renewable energy in Mongolia;
o Assess affordability of renewable energy in the country; and
o Formulate a renewable energy regulatory development road map to 2020.

Consultants must have experience in power market design, regulatory development, practices of the renewable energy sector, Kyoto Protocol Clean Development Mechanism projects, and work in Mongolia, Central and East Asia, and/or former Soviet republics.

Expressions of interest in English are to be submitted by 11:59 p.m. (United Kingdom time) January 25 via EBRD’s eSelection site on the Internet at For information, contact Johan Bert, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, One Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN United Kingdom; (44) 20-73387030; E-mail:; Internet:

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