|Overview : |
There is need to increase access to energy in Uganda. Up to 95 % of population use traditional solid fuels for heating, lighting and cooking, which has encouraged massive environmental harm thus must be reduced through using alternative means like solar energy and bio gas respectively at relatively low expenses.
A small percentage (22%) of the Uganda’s population is connected to power grid and the demand for electricity also exceeds supply significantly, thus there is need for the community to embrace solar energy, which is less costly and can be afforded by anyone regardless of the income.
Solar training program is as one way of tackling the challenges facing the Solar sub sector like;
- High rate of system failure,
- Limited technical capacity to trouble shoot and maintain systems, and
- Design of energy systems in the country.
It is against this background that the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development with support from the UNDP supported Inclusive Green Growth Programme is seeking a consultant to conduct capacity building of at least 30 solar PV systems traders, technicians and vocational instructors, from Kitgum and Lamwo districts.
Proposals Deadline for submission of proposals:
28th September 2018,15:00Hrs East African time
RFP should be submitted as per guidelines in the attached RFP. Further information requests can be channeled to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
UNDP advocates for equal participation of men and women. Qualified women owned businesses are highly encouraged to apply.
Languages Required: English
For further details, please visit http://procurement-notices.undp.org