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UNDP-GEF Midterm Review: South Africa Wind Energy project (SAWEP) Phase 2
Procurement Process :RFP - Request for proposal
Office :UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - SOUTH AFRICA
Deadline :28-Feb-19
Posted on :13-Feb-19
Development Area :CONSULTANTSCONSULTANTS
Reference Number :53318
Link to Atlas Project :
00090545 - South African Wind Energy Project Phase II
Documents :
TERMS OF REFERENCES
Confirmation of Interest and Submission of Financial Proposal
IC TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Procurement Notice
Overview :

BACKGROUND INFORMATION :

With a GEF-5 allocation of USD 3,554, 250, SAWEP Phase 2 was designed to overcome barriers to the successful attainment of South Africa’s 2010 Integrated Resource Plan target of 3,320  MW of wind power generation online by 2018/19. In order to achieve this, the project has been divided into four main components: Component 1: Monitoring and Evaluation of the implementation of local content requirements, Component 2: Resource-mapping and wind corridor development support for policy-makers, Component 3: Support for the development of small-scale wind sector and Component 4: Training and human capital development for the wind energy sector. 

OBJECTIVES OF THE MTR

The MTR will assess progress towards the achievement of the project objectives and outcomes as specified in the Project Document, and assess early signs of project success or failure with the goal of identifying the necessary changes to be made in order to set the project on-track to achieve its intended results. The MTR will also review the project’s strategy, its risks to sustainability.

In this regard, A team of two consultants, one International and the other South African National, will under the remit of a single contract arising from this TOR, will conduct the MTR - one team leader (with experience and exposure to projects and evaluations in other regions globally) and one team expert (from and based in the country of the project, South Africa).  The consultants cannot have participated in the project preparation, formulation, and/or implementation (including the writing of the Project Document) and should not have a conflict of interest with project’s related activities.