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Regional: Energy Efficiency Programme for the Corporate Sector (Framework Contract) - NIS countries - Central and Eastern Europe
Regional: Energy Efficiency Programme for the Corporate Sector (Framework Contract) - NIS countries - Central and Eastern Europe

CATEGORY: Energy, Investments, Rational Use of Energy, Environment, Energy & Climate Change, Industrial Pollution

LOCATION: NIS countries, Central and Eastern Europe

START/END: 2009-2016




PARTNERS: CarlBro, Denmark - VMAS, Denmark


Regional: Energy Efficiency Programme for the Corporate Sector (Framework Contract) - NIS countries - Central and Eastern Europe

Type of Services

Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment:
Until March 2016, 28 Call-offs have been implemented namely:

  1. Harmonisation of energy audit templates – specific Task Energy Management State Good practices :
  2. Energy Audit at ALRO & ALUM, Romania, Aluminum (primary & processed) plants
  3. Energy Audit at MONBAT & START, Bulgaria, Battery Production plants
  4. Energy Audit at MECANO, Romania, packaging products plant
  5. Energy Audit at ISTA, Ukraine, Battery Production plant
  6. Energy Audit at NISSAL, Serbia, Aluminum plant
  7. Energy Audit at CHIECH, Poland, Chemical (Soda ash) plants
  8. Identification &  Assessment of Sustainable Energy Opportunities within construction of road tunnel “Vijenac”; Bosnia Herzegovina;
  9. Energy Audit at KOLKHI, Georgia, industrial Bakery
  10. Technical and Energy Audit of the Project: “Reconstruction and Modernization of Four Compressor Stations of Bulgartransgaz Natural Gas Transit System”, Bulgaria
  11. Resource Efficiency Transformation Programme (ResET) for Industries in Kazakhstan; activities included: Baseline analysis and stakeholder dialogue, Demonstration pipeline development, project strategy development.
  12. ISO 50001 Gap analysis of Energy Management System, Galnaftogaz, Ukraine
  13. Energy Audit at UKREXIM, Ukraine, Bank Office building
  14. Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Energy generation Study at Inter Zaporizhzhya Group, Ukraine; agribusiness: 2 poultry and 2 compound feed plants
  15. Energy Efficiency Investment Assessment at Access Bank, Azerbaijan; Bank office buildings
  16. Biogas Technologies and Market Potential in The Bank’s Countries of Operation; review of technology, assessment of commercial potential and policy-regulatory framework on EBRDs CoO focusing on key countries with the highest potential; the overall aim of this work was to allow EBRD to scale up projects on biogas
  17. Energy Performance Assessment Identification of Energy Efficiency Opportunities for Laska, Ukraine; ice-cream and frozen ready meals factories
  18. Energy Audits at Industrial Facilities in Mongolia and Kyrgyz Rep. (17 industries incl. glass, agribusiness, beverage, concrete, textile, hotels, large offices etc.)
  19. Energy Performance Assessment at Servolux, Belarus, agribusiness: poultry, slaughterhouse and compound feed plants
  20. Energy Performance Assessment and Identification of Energy and Resource Efficiency Opportunities, Cotton Way, Russia, industrial cleaning/ironing
  21. Energy and Resource Efficiency opportunities at Sib Agro, Russian Fed., agribusiness: poultry and pig farms, meat processing plant
  22. KTZ Energy efficiency Loan: Review of investment programme and preparation of technical specifications, Kazakhstan, EE investments in lighting and Heating in railway stations and buildings.
  23. Energy Audit at Retail Stores and Industrial Facilities in Azerbaijan, focusing on a chocolate industry and a plastics production plant
  24. Resource efficiency audit (REA) at Yonka, Turkey
  25. BMI & NKM - Technical & Energy Audit, Azerbaijan
  26. Georgia: Energy Audit at Rustavi Azot
  27. Energy and Resource Audit at Khask, Ukraine
  28. Moldova: Resource Efficiency Audit (REA) at Zernoff Group

The consultancy services provided in these Call-Offs included:

  • Energy Audits and energy intensive sectors
  • Working along technical staff of companies to identify resource efficiency investments;
  • Assessing current energy and water usage performance/benchmarking;
  • Assessment of the feasibility of the potential investments including life cycle analysis;
  • Assistance to EBRD in reviewing/developing bankable investment programmes;
  • Assessment of Clients organisation and capacity for implementing the planned or proposed resource efficiency projects
  • Gap analysis and capacity building on the implementation of energy management incl. ISO50001
  • Provision of capacity building on state-of-the-art energy efficiency technologies and energy management
  • Assessment of market penetration of eligible resource efficiency technologies
  • Performance of studies & analysis to assist the Bank in establishing dedicated resource efficiency programmes, including strategy development


The main objective of this Framework Contract is to provide technical assistance in supporting energy efficiency investment projects of EBRD in its countries of operation.

The Programme targets general industry, agribusiness and natural resource sector projects but will also be available to support any project in the corporate sector. It comprises projects or project components which reduce GHG emissions in stand-alone corporate sector projects, primarily energy efficiency projects in industry. By providing long-term funding, EBRD intends to support investments in projects that would otherwise be postponed or not implemented.

The aim of the ad hoc Technical Assistance that is provided to the Bank - by five selected consortia for this Framework Contract - is to ensure that technically suitable and viable projects are eventually supported. The consultancy services will have the following specific objectives:

  • To identify energy efficiency investments along with technical staff of the companies;
  • To assess the feasibility of the potential investments and assist the Bank in reviewing/developing bankable investment programmes;
  • To confirm support of senior management of the companies for the potential investments;
  • To provide training services to ensure clients are able to implement and manage efficient energy systems on a sustainable basis;
  • To support clients during the implementation of the energy efficiency investments, including appropriate project management issues;
  • To assist the clients in appraising carbon credits opportunities and assist in the preparation of Project Identification Notes (PIN) for projects under JI or CDM;
  • To support the Bank in assessing technical and economic potential of sustainable energy technologies across different sectors of the economy.

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