RFP#2 – Feasibility Study of Waste Heat Recovery Systems in India (Deadline 9 Apr 2024)

Under the GEF-6 Cycle, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) is supporting Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), for the execution of the “Creating and Sustaining Markets for Energy Efficiency” Project. UNEP is the implementing agency for this project and EESL is the ‘executing agency’. This GEF project aims to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through energy efficiency through scaling up and new technology applications. Since the start of 2024, the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) has been assisting EESL as a technical executing agency in the execution of the tasks under the GEF-6 project.

As a part of the effort to diversify its programs, EESL is assessing the various opportunities in industrial and commercial energy efficiency interventions. The GEF-6 project is supporting EESL in this endeavor. With this background, IIEC is seeking to engage a consultant/agency to conduct an exhaustive feasibility study of WHR systems in selected industrial units. The overall scope of this project will cover Five (5 standalone industrial units from different sectors. One site for feasibility study may include multiple subop ons of WHR as required.


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