Engaging The Consulting Firm To Develop The Standards And Guidelines For Densified Biomass In India.
DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT (GIZ) GMBH
GIZ Office New Delhi
46 Paschimi Marg, Vasant Vihar
New Delhi 110057
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The Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN Access - II)
DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT - GIZ
Tender Notice for engaging the consulting firm to develop the standards and guidelines for densified Biomass in India.
The Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN Access - II) is a bilateral cooperation project carried out by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fürInternationaleZusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. IGEN Access - II aims to improve the energy supply in rural areas of selected federal states. The programme is being implemented over a period of three years (April 2019 – March 2022, with a possible extension).BMZ has commissioned GIZ with the implementation of the project. GIZ is a federal enterprise based in Eschborn and Bonn, Germany.
IGEN Access-II intends to hire a consultancy firm to develop the standards and other guidelines for densified biomass products. India has significant biomass resources, which traditionally has contributed to a third of its primary energy requirement, primarily towards cooking and water heating in rural areas. Such resources can however be utilized more efficiently to generate energy, which is not only renewable and carbon neutral, but also contributes to energy security and resilience of local communities. The non-utilization of these resources often leads to burning of such crop residues, especially in North India, resulting in significant and potentially hazardous air quality levels. Beyond the energy usage of Biomass there are multiple other usages where Biomass can be utilized for e.g. Pulp, paper and plywood industries etc. Utilization of the waste biomass is key to prevent burning of wasted crop residue on fields, hence preventing GHG emissions and air pollution. To reduce the above-mentioned risks to projects and mitigate the effects of crop residue burning on the environment, MNRE/GIZ is keen to develop the standards for different densified biomass products as well as the standards for the supply chain.The assignment needs to be completed in 8 (Eight) months. The bidding firm will have to submit the proposals in hard copy as well as in soft copy in a pen drive (Due to current COVID-19 situation in the country please refer the Bidding conditions for proposal submission).
Deadline to receive queries :04th October 2021
Clarifications to the queries received :06th October 2021
Deadline for submission of bid :18th October 2021
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