Philippine 2050 Course Calculator – Expression of Interest

The UK Government is supporting the Philippine Government through the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop its own version of the 2050 Trajectory Calculator (2050 Calculator) with Mott MacDonald as delivery partner.

The 2050 Calculator will be used as a tool to engage experts, policy makers, senior officials, politicians and the public on how GHG emissions from the Philippine energy sector could be reduced over time and on the benefits, costs and trade-offs of different possible scenarios/pathways. It will bring real scientific evidence into the debate on energy issues and, in turn, inform decision-making.

With its own version of this transparent and interactive energy and emissions model tool, the DOE will improve its long-term energy strategies and ultimately the assessment of mitigation actions and goals through a Increased engagement of senior government officials, politicians, experts, academics and the general public to identify different feasible and credible low carbon and net zero pathways.

Local consultants meeting the following conditions can apply:

  • At least 15 years of experience in work related to climate change; with specific expertise in energy and climate mitigation work in the Philippines
  • Extensive technical work on the NDC development process and leading the delivery of database and modeling results
  • Proven experience leading the coordination of projects involving international organizations, transnational government agencies and a wider range of stakeholders

Candidates who meet the required qualifications can email the Deputy Procurement Officer [email protected] copying [email protected], [email protected] and Josephine. [email protected] to express interest from August 29 to September 2.

Shortlisted candidates will be able to access the complete “Invitation to Tender” file which includes, 9 A. ITT Cover Letter, 9 B. ITT Instruction, 9 C. Terms of Reference and 9 D. ITT Volume 3 Business Form.

The British Embassy in Manila will follow a two stage procurement process for this particular exercise. This involves pre-selecting expressions of interest based on the above criteria, then evaluating the technical and commercial offers based on the pre-established technical, value for money and commercial evaluation criteria, which will be obtained from the complete ITT pack.

Separate technical and commercial offers should be sent electronically to [email protected] copying [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] gov.uk.

The British Embassy Manila reserves the right not to award any contract.

The deadline for submitting offers will be September 14, 2022. Late applications will not be considered.

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