UPDATE – Ghana seeks consultants for tariff, renewables guidance

Ghana’s Ministry of Energy invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare electricity tariff and renewable energy policies under its program to expand access to electricity. Responses to separate solicitations are due September 14.

The World Bank and other development partners have pledged to supply US$210 million to Ghana’s energy development and access project, including small hydropower. (HNN 8/9/07) The program includes sector and institutional development, distribution system improvement, and electricity access expansion and renewable energy development.

In one solicitation, the ministry seeks consultants to study cost of service and electricity tariffs. Expressions of interest, labeled �Expression of Interest – Tariff Study,� are due by 10 a.m. September 14 to the following address. For information, contact Executive Secretary Stephen Adu, Public Utilities Regulatory Commission, 51 Liberation Road Accra, Accra, Ghana; (233) 21-244187; E-mail: info@purcghana.com.

In another solicitation, the ministry seeks consultants to prepare renewable energy policy and regulatory framework and a renewable energy law for Ghana. Expressions of interest, labeled �Expression of Interest – Renewable Energy Law,� are due by 10 a.m. September 14 to the following address. For information, contact Ag. Executive Secretary, Energy Commission, 40 Frema House, Spintex Road, Private Mail Bag, Ministries Post Office, Accra, Ghana; (233) 21-813756; Fax: (233) 21-813764; E-mail: info@energycom.gov.gh.
Ministry corrects both due dates to September 14.

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