Energy Efficiency

Invitation for pre-qualification – Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings, Phase II


March 6, 2015






March 6, 2015





Ministry of Economy has announced on March 3 invitations for international open tender (with pre-qualification) for consulting services for the implementation of the programme Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings, Phase II.

The purpose of the Programme is the energy efficient rehabilitation of about 23 educational facilities (including 9 educational facilities from the EEPPB Phase I), 5 social facilities (for accommodation and residence of children, adults and elders), 2 resource centers (for education and professional rehabilitation of children and youth) and 4 administrative facilities (e.g. ministerial and parliamentary buildings) in order to (i) contribute to improved energy efficiency performance in the targeted buildings, (ii) ensure sustainable structures of the targeted buildings and (iii) improve the conditions (learning, working and living) for the users of the targeted buildings.

Bids shall be submitted before 06 April 2015.


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