Advice on tendering procedures in Madagascar

Training and individual consultations about tenders for renewable energies in Madagascar

The expansion of the power supply is a top priority in Madagascar's development and economic policies. According to the energy policy adopted in 2015, 70% of the population is to have access to electricity by 2030, with 85% of the electricity generated coming from renewable sources.

The natural conditions for the use of renewable energies are very favorable in the country. As a central instrument for its dissemination, the government is using tenders, whereby off-grid investments are subsidized by a state electricity fund. This is not fully functional yet.

Against this background, eclareon was commissioned by GIZ to work together with the law firm Arnecke Sibeth Siebold and IZES gGmbH to develop practical training on tendering procedures, to implement these within the framework of a seminar lasting several days and to help local players optimize the tendering processes.


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Project partners
01.10.2017 - 31.12.2017