The US Trade & Development Agency (USTDA) is seeking applicants for a definitional mission to advise on renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Colombia.
The winner would be responsible for reviewing various renewable energy and energy efficiency projects including a proposed waste-to-energy plant in the Amazonian region of the country, according to USTDA documents.
Other responsibilities under the one-year contract, estimated at US$60,000, would include the review of small-scale hydroelectric plants and smart grid projects.
The winner is expected to develop scopes of work and budgets for a minimum of three projects.
The deadline for application is July 25.
Follow this link for more information from USTDA.