Tender for the ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme in Vietnam: Legal and Policy Support on Energy Efficiency

Call for tender from individuals or firms interested in supporting energy efficiency activities in Vietnam related to policy and regulation for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs), as well as policy support to set up an Energy Efficiency (EE) Fund, as part of the ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme.

The ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme (LCEP) is a part of the UK Government’s Prosperity Fund, managed by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), and delivered by a consortium comprising of Ernst & Young, Carbon Trust and IMC Worldwide. The LCEP will address constraints in the energy sector that impede South East Asia’s inclusive economic growth, unlocking increased prosperity for the region. The LCEP focuses on two topics – Green Finance and Energy Efficiency, and the Carbon Trust is leading the delivery of the energy efficiency component in five countries: Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam.

In Vietnam, specific activities are required to interface between the ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme (LCEP) and the Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT). 

The following invitations to tender are available for applicants based in Vietnam: 

  1. Review of legal barriers to ESCO models in Vietnam  
  2. Review of tax laws affecting ESCO models in Vietnam 
  3. Review of policies and regulations in Vietnam to set up an EE Fund under the Vietnam National Energy Efficiency Programme (VNEEP3) 

For further details, please see the relevant documents below.

The tender should be submitted by 10am Vietnam time on 26 February 2021.

All communication and tender submissions should be sent electronically to kalyani.basu@carbontrust.com.

ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme