Localité : Ouganda / Domaine : Agroalimentaire Niveau : Non precise
Recrutement-Terms of Reference for Provision of energy audit services to selected agroprocessors of tea, maize and oil seeds and built environment facilities
Niveau d'études: Non précisé
Expérience: Non précisé
Expire le: 30-09-2022
Terms of Reference for Provision of energy audit services to selected agroprocessors of tea, maize and oil seeds and built environment facilities
Employees can work remotely
Contract type: Consultancy contract
SNV is an international development organisation that applies practical know-how to make a lasting difference in the lives of people living in poverty. We use our extensive and long-term in-country presence to apply and adapt our expertise in agriculture, energy, and WASH to local contexts. SNV has annual revenues of over €120 million, and 1300 staff working in 25 countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America. We are proud to be a not-for-profit organisation that uses project financing to implement our mission.
For more information on SNV, visit our website: www.snv.org
The Inclusive Markets for Energy Efficiency in Uganda (IMEU) project description
The Inclusive Markets for Energy Efficiency in Uganda (IMEU) is a four-year project funded by the Embassy of Sweden (EoS) in Kampala, Uganda. IMEU is implemented by a consortium of 3 partners: SNV Netherlands Development Organisation (lead), College of Engineering, Design, Art, and Technology (CEDAT), and Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU).
The project aims at contributing to the development of sustainable and inclusive markets for appropriate energy efficient (EE) products and services for households, businesses, and institutions in Uganda.
The thematic scope for the project is based on prioritised value chains of tea, maize and oil seeds in agriculture and built environment considering industrial, public, and residential buildings. The agricultural sector targets agribusinesses and cooperatives while in the built environment the project targets households, hotels, commercial facilities, and social Institutions in selected districts and cities.
Energy Efficiency adoption in Uganda is still low across sectors due to known barriers of limited awareness, limited technology availability and appropriateness, perceived high upfront costs, poor quality of products, limited skills, and knowledge as well as limited institutional coordination. To address these barriers, it therefore requires a market systems development approach with interventions at supply, demand and enabling environment.
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