Updated Dec 13, 2017CLOSED
Offered by Europeaid
The European Union (EU) is seekingproposalsfor its program entitled “Promoting Renewable Energy forClimate ChangeAdaptation and Mitigation in thePhilippines” to promote use of renewable energy services while reducing the vulnerability of the Filipino rural poor to the adverse impacts of climate change.
The specific objective of thiscall for proposalsis to promote renewable energy strategies and systems that promote energy efficiency, innovations and support to livelihoods for poor off-grid andun-electrified households in rural communities of the Philippines with positive impact on climate change adaptation and mitigation.
|Focus Areas||Energy Efficiency (Energy)|
|Target Beneficiaries||Filipino rural poor.
The target beneficiaries are households living in rural settlements, villages, rural towns or islands, policy makers, energy cooperatives as otherwise defined in this Call. The proposed actions that demonstrate higher number of the target groups and beneficiaries that prove to be innovative and sustainable will be favourably considered
|Planned Usage of Funds|
Priorities- Developing and promoting rural household and community services access to renewable energy technology and systems including promotion of energy efficiency and energy saving measures;
- Generation of renewable forms of energy in rural areas in support to livelihoods and sustainable job creation opportunities for the poor and marginalised;
- Supporting and promoting adoption of disaster resilient energy solutions, approaches structures and systems;
- Raising renewable energy (RE) awareness, induce behavioural changes on adoption of best available RE practices among community and policy makers segments leading to reflecting RE themes in decision making processes and application in development sectors at community level.
The use of the grant must neither create any distortions in the energy market of the targeted country/region nor undermine the provision of market-based sources of capital. In this respect, the applicants must demonstrate through their application and in particular in the economic and financial analysis that the proposed action cannot be realised without subsidy element in a reasonable time frame.
An Information sessions on this call for proposals will be held on 19 January 2018 in Manila.
Questions may be sent by e-mail no later than 21 days before the deadline for the submission of concept notes to the address(es) below, indicating clearly the reference of the call for proposals:
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Contracting Authority has no obligation to provide clarifications to questions received after this date.
Replies will be given no later than 11 days before the deadline for submission of concept notes.