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South Africa: Open Procedure to assess large-scale renewable energy penetration

Open Procedure: Technical assistance on Assessment of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Penetration on the Dynamic Stability of the Eskom Power System

Description:

The Eskom component under the Danish-South African Renewable Energy Programme requires a short-term international consultant to provide technical guidance and assistance in better understanding the implimcation of large-scale renewable energy penetration on the dynamic stability of the Eskom power system. The term for the consultant is a period of 8 months in South Africa, beginning in September 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter. the maximum budget for the contract is DKK 500,000.

Deadline for proposals: 9/5/2016 16:00, Danish time

Contact the Programme Officer at the contact point below to receive the Request for Proposal. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected.  Proposals received after the deadline shall be rejected.
 
Contact point:      
Name of Programme Officer: Maleepile Moseki
E-mail address, Programme Officer: malmos@um.dk
Telephone of Programme Officer: +27 (72) 144 9210

Criteria for award of Contract: As stated in the Request for Proposal

Steffen Nielsen

Specialkonsulent

Center for Global Rådgivning og Forhandling

Tlf.: 33 92 66 96

srn@ens.dk

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