Call for bids - Analysis of co-generation investment options in Mexican sugar mills

Wednesday 20 Sep 17
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UNEP DTU Partnership is seeking to hire a short term Consultant to analyse co-generation investment options in upto 25 Mexican sugar mills.

Nature of assignment

The consultant will work in close cooperation with UDP's experts to deliver the following tasks:
A. Develop a data sheet with central data for the determination of optimal technology investments in order to achieve significant co-generation capacity at an individual sugar mill
B. Provide an estimate of relevant technology prices in a Mexican context
C. Perform site visits in upto 25 Mexican sugar mills to collect mill specific data to populate the data sheet
D. Deliver a filled-in data sheet for each of the sugar mills with estimates of optimal investment costs for establishment of co-generation and any data for alternative co-generation investments where relevant
E. Availability for any clarification of delivered data

See the Terms of Reference for details of the assignment.

Duration of assignment: 30 to 40 days starting 6th October 2017.

Budget available: 375,000 DKK

Qualifications of consultant

A team of consultants is expected which combined possess

Education
Advanced university degrees (Master's degree or equivalent) in Engineering and Economics, or related fields.

Work Experience
Minimum of ten years of relevant work experience with biomass co-generation and investment. Extensive experience from Mexico, preferably in Mexico's sugar industry, and knowledge of framework conditions for co-generation investments in Mexico.

Languages
Fluency in written and oral English and Spanish is required.

Application deadline: 4th October 2017

Required documents
CV, relevant references, documents which describe how you would provide the required supports and breakdown of the costs.

Please submit your bid to Søren E. Lütken at snlu@dtu.dk.

 

 

 

 

 


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