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Strengthening the Capacity of Clean Energy Clearing House

Strengthening the Capacity of Clean Energy Clearing House (LINTAS EBTKE) - Indonesia


Description:

The ambitious clean energy target of Indonesia (23% new and renewable energy in 2025; 1% energy intensity reduction annually until 2025) as stated in the Government Regulation No. 79/2014 requires proper participation of private sector since the Government budget alone is not enough to finance the required clean energy efforts. Government of Indonesia, through the Directorate General of New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (EBTKE) – Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, is aware of the requirements and has develop policies to increase private investment in clean energy, such as the feed-in tariff for small renewable energy power plants and energy management obligation for big energy consumers.

On 25 April, 2016 Indonesia and Denmark officially launched the Clean Energy Information Centre called “LINTAS EBTKE” (Layanan Informasi dan Investasi Energi Baru Terbarukan & Konservasi Energi – Information and Investment Services on New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation). LINTAS has been established with support from the Danida Environmental Support Programme - phase 3 (ESP3) and has two main functions which are (a) to provide high-quality and easy-to-access clean energy information to all stakeholders and (b) facilitate clean energy investment in Indonesia. Located on the ground floor as a part of the EBTKE office in Cikini, Jakarta, LINTAS shall contribute to Indonesia’s ambitious clean energy targets by providing information and facilitating investments and increased cooperation within the clean energy sector.

Following the launch in April, a permanent LINTAS coordinator has been recruited by EBTKE and up to 17 existing EBTKE staff have been assigned to backstop and support the LINTAS activities. There is still, however, a need for strategic guidance and support to EBTKE on developing a vision and a medium term strategy and plan for LINTAS. Similarly, the LINTAS staff need capacity strengthening and orientation towards the multiple services that LINTAS can provide in future. This will take time and recurrent support and technical inputs wherefore this consultancy shall be developed as a “process consultancy” combining intermittent on-the-ground advice, training and technical assistance with continuous, long-distance monitoring, supervision, and guidance to LINTAS and EBTKE staff. The aim is to make LINTAS operational, relevant to Indonesian renewable energy and energy conservation stakeholders in Indonesia and the obvious ‘first choice’ whenever stakeholders and the general public are looking for clean energy information and services.

The objective of the consultancy is to strengthen the capacity of LINTAS EBTKE to provide information and investment services on clean energy in Indonesia. The consultancy shall contribute to developing a strategy and tools to ensure that, among others: (1) Staff are designated to manage and implement LINTAS activities; (2) EBTKE assigns resources to support the LINTAS activities; (3) LINTAS is managed to achieve its objectives and purpose; (4) LINTAS services are in constant demand; (5) LINTAS has a legal basis for its activities and position under MEMR; and (6) LINTAS constantly maintains and improves manages its tools and other resources (e.g., audit equipment, books, website).

The scope of work of the consultancy shall include but not necessarily be limited to the following tasks – to be carried out in close cooperation with the recipient: 

A. Together with the LINTAS coordinator, develop and agree on detailed description, methodology, activity plan and allocation of man-hours for each output.
B. Assist LINTAS staff to coordinate with the stakeholders, including preparation and participation in relevant meetings.
C. Assist LINTAS staff in preparation of relevant events such as workshop and business forum.
D. In collaboration with LINTAS staff, identify and collect the necessary data to deliver the expected outputs, e.g. data of potential renewable energy resources, technology descriptions, etc.
E. Provide expertise, analysis and technical works to deliver the expected outputs.
F. Ensure that technical outputs are stored in EBTKE server and can be accessed via the LINTAS website.

The consultancy shall have expertise in clean energy, communication management and information technology. To ensure close coordination with the LINTAS coordinator and staff, the consultancy shall do most of the works from the LINTAS office in the EBTKE building. EBTKE will ensure that sufficient office space is available for the consultant.
The process consultancy will operate in approximately 1 year duration, maximum 3,600 man-hours, with maximum budget of DKK 1,000,000. The contract is expected to start in October 2016.

Deadline for applications: 12-09-2016, at 14:00, Danish time
The standard application form should be used. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected. Applications received after the deadline shall be rejected.

Download application form http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/newsdisplaypage/?newsID=2891C264-3BCD-4E5C-9687-EAC06532E119

Contact point:
Name of Programme Officer: Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia. Jacob Stensdal Hansen
E-mail address, Programme Officer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone of Programme Officer: +62 (21) 5761478

Criteria for selection:
A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender.

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Support to Monitoring and Estimation of Energy Conservation Policies Impact

Support to Monitoring and Estimation of Energy Conservation Policies Impact - Indonesia


Description:

The Indonesian policy framework has incorporate obligation to do energy conservation efforts. Act No. 30/2007 on Energy states that national energy management must take into account energy conservation and shall be the responsibility of government, regional governments, businesses and the society. As derivatives of the Act is the Government Regulation No. 70/2009 on Energy Conservation that obliges energy management for large energy consumers ; and Government Regulation No. 79/2014 on National Energy Policy that states several GoI strategic energy targets, amongst them is the mandate to decrease energy intensity by 1 percent annually in 2015-2025.

In the Indonesian Energy Outlook 2015, the Government of Indonesia used Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning (LEAP) modeling to predict that Indonesian final energy consumption in Business-As-Usual (BAU) scenario will increase from 144 million TOE in 2014 into 1,049 million TOE in 2050 with growth rate of 5.7% per year.

In Efficiency (EFF) scenario, energy conservation and efficiency implementation from consumer side has reduced a significant final energy growth. In 2025, final energy demand could be reduced to 251 million TOE or saves 17% compared to in BaU scenario (302 million TOE) . The saving is equivalent to 36% from the total final energy consumption in 2014. Final energy demand could be kept to 652 million TOE in 2050 in which energy saving reaches 397 million TOE or 38% compared to in BaU scenario. In High Efficiency (EFF_HIGH) scenario, the saving is higher. It reaches 25% in 2025 and 48% in 2050 or equivalent to 397 million TOE in 2025 and 506 million TOE of saving in 2050. The EFF scenario is adopted in the draft National Energy Plan (RUEN) thus would likely be the policy direction of energy conservation.

As changes in final energy demand is not only due to energy conservation policies and since the RUEN /EFF scenario is calling for enhanced energy conservation policies, the Indonesian Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation ( EBTKE ) under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has been tasked with revising the National Energy Conservation Master Plan (RIKEN). The purpose of RIKEN is as a guideline for the Government, Provincial Government, District / City Government, employers and communities across sectors in implementing national energy conservation activities in the supply side of energy, exploitation of energy (transformation of energy), and energy utilization. The RIKEN will include roadmap for energy conservation to be implemented in the period 2015-2025, that could be divided into two stages: 2015-2019 and 2020-2025 .

In order to quantify the results that can be expected from new and existing policy that is to be part of RIKEN’s roadmap, EBTKE requests ESP3 support to estimate the change in final energy demand that can be attributed to individual energy conservation policies and/or actions. This information will contribute to better coordination, monitoring and reporting in energy conservation policies planning and implementation.

The objective of the consultancy is to estimate energy conservation policies effect, both existing and upcoming (an indicative list of policies that are expected to be analyzed will be outlined in the Term of Reference), using methods and monitoring tools agreed by stakeholders and enable EBTKE to have the results updated in the future. The tools will mainly developed using the Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning (LEAP) modeling software which is used by the Government of Indonesia in developing the Indonesian Energy Outlook and RUEN.

The outputs would cover:

- Easy to use methodologies and monitoring and forecasting tools/models to quantify energy conservation policies effects in industries, buildings, transportation and appliances and prepare manuals on how to use these to enable EBTKE to update the results in the future.

- Estimation of future energy saving effects of each energy conservation policies using the tools developed as part of previous Output.

- Training and capacity building of EBTKE staff to enable them to use the monitoring and forecasting tools.

The outputs will be used by EBTKE to choose and/or prioritize the appropriate policy measures for the RIKEN, serve as the basis for decision by political decision makers and prepare the ground work for better integration of energy conservation policies in future updates of the RUEN using the LEAP model.

The expected consultancy duration is six months, with maximum input of 240 man-days and maximum budget of DKK 900,000 including reimbursables. The contract is expected to start in October 2016.

Deadline for applications: 12-09-2016, at 14:00, Danish time

The standard application form should be used. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected. Applications received after the deadline shall be rejected.

Dowload application form http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/newsdisplaypage/?newsID=42D363B5-ADD2-4F33-B110-171A0163ADF0

Contact point: Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia.
Name of Programme Officer: Jacob Stensdal Hansen
E-mail address, Programme Officer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone of Programme Officer: +62 215761478

Criteria for selection:
A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender.

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Study of the Supply Chain of Raw Materials for Aren Starch Home Industries

Study of the Supply Chain of Raw Materials for Aren Starch Home Industries in Pucang Miliran and Daleman Villages, Klaten Regency, Central Java


Background:

Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2018. ESP3 is coordinated under the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas), with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF) and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR), as primary implementing partners.

ESP3 pilot projects will be developed and implemented in Central Java Province, which is the ESP3 pilot province. One of the pilot projects that will be implemented under ESP3 is wastewater treatment from aren (Arenga pinnata) starch home industries in Daleman and Pucang Miliran villages, Klaten Regency. Pre-feasibility study and feasibility study (FS) have been completed. The FS indicates that a wastewater treatment project in the two villages is feasible. The technology selected is combined anaerobic and aerobic treatment with investment cost around DKK 5.3 million. The lifetime is estimated to be 20 years.

Replicability and sustainability are key considerations for ESP3 support. It is important that wastewater management from starch industries can be replicated elsewhere across Indonesia and that these home industries will still be operating at least for the next 20 years. To be able to operate for the next 20 years, a number of factors are relevant, including the supply of raw materials.

Based on information from the pre-FS, the raw materials (aren palm trunks) are imported from across Java, from such places as Trenggalek, Pekalongan, Ngawi, Boyolali, Purworejo, Purbalingga, Ciamis, Tasikmalaya, Kemalang-Klaten, Bojonegoro, and Cilacap. In addition to palm trunks, the primary producers in Daleman also bring in small quantities of sago semi-finished raw materials from South Sulawesi and Maluku to be processed into sago starch.

Considering that ESP3 is going to invest in wastewater treatment for starch home industries in Daleman and Pucang Miliran villages, it is important to understand the supply chain of these home industries to ascertain whether the starch production in the two villages will continue to be feasible and competitive or not. A supply chain is a network between a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute a specific product, and the supply chain represents the steps it takes to get the product or service to the customer. Given the limited time, this assignment will focus on analysing the supply chain of the raw materials, to the “factory gates” in the villages.

The raw material supply chain analysis will provide information on the complete network of players who are directly or indirectly linked and interdependent in supplying the starch producers with aren logs.

Objective:
The objective of the consultancy is to provide an assessment of availability of raw materials for the aren starch industry in Daleman and Pucang Miliran for the period of operation of the wastewater treatment facilities.

Output:
A study report.

Scope of the contract:
The assignment will require a maximum of 2.5 man-months spread over three months. The team shall consist of a team leader with national experience in natural resources economics and a social expert with significant experience in social research design and data gathering through surveys and face to face interview. The working language will be English but the consultant should be able to provide Indonesian language skills within the team.

Budget:
The total maximum all-inclusive contract sum which covers both consultant fees and reimbursables is DKK 150,000.

Timing:
The work is expected to be carried out between 01 October and 31 December 2016

Deadline for applications: 05 September 2016 15:00, Danish time

The standard application form should be used. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected. Applications received after the deadline shall be rejected.

Download application form http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/newsdisplaypage/?newsID=8EC58628-B10C-40A6-AD9D-C968A1E03A24.

Contact point:
Name of Programme Officer: Jacob Stensdal Hansen. Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia
E-mail address, Programme Officer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone of Programme Officer: +62 (21) 576 1478

Criteria for selection:
A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender. The consultant company should have recent experience in supply chain study, economic modelling or natural resources economics.

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Open Procedure - Re-Advertisement: Support to the Integration of Renewable Energy

Re-advertisement: Support to the Integration of Renewable Energy - Indonesia


Description: Indonesia currently has 6% renewable energy in the primary energy mix, but has policy target to increase this to 23% by year 2025. Additionally, Indonesia is striving to increase electrification, since currently only 84% of the population has access to electricity.

Since 2013, the Danish Embassy has through the Environmental Support Programme (ESP3) supported the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR), Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation. Further, a Memorandum of Understanding between MEMR and the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate was signed in October 2015. The purpose of the MOU is to strengthen the Indonesian and Danish energy sector cooperation. Also, further strengthen the government to government cooperation via a new Strategic Sector Cooperation, SSC. The SSC has three main work streams: energy modelling, integration of renewable energy and energy efficiency.

The SSC is a three year programme from 2016-2018 which involves a component on integration of renewable energy where Denmark is contributing with technical assistance, policy assistance and practical experiences. The support given to renewable energy integration particularly focus on strengthening the integration of wind power into the power system in Indonesia.

The first commercial wind farm projects are currently being developed in Indonesia. The projects are in the range of 20-70 MW and expected to be online within 1½-2 years. The development of the first wind projects in Indonesia is however a challenging process for the governmental institutions in Indonesia. In this regards, MEMR has to ensure that they establish policies and regulatory measures that will help accelerate wind power in Indonesia. Likewise, the state-owned electricity company, PLN, which operates the electricity network, evaluates and approves which incoming wind projects can be accepted for grid connection while still maintaining a secure and balanced electricity system.

The novelty of wind power integration in both MEMR and PLN has raised concerns over how to handle the development of wind power in Indonesia and how to ensure a smooth integration of wind power into the transmission/distribution network.

Denmark had 42% of the electricity demand covered by wind power in 2015 and despite a very high wind power penetration, Denmark has managed and secured a very high level of security of supply. Danish experiences and lessons learned with integrating wind power and other renewable energy sources into the power system can be shared and transferred to Indonesian stakeholders and counterparts.

The DEA's experience with policies and regulations for implementing renewable energy will be useful to support MEMR with tools to accelerate renewable energy, notably wind power in Indonesia.

Denmark has extended knowledge and experiences with using a combination of different tools, including interconnectors, flexibility measures, operational planning tools and electricity market mechanisms, to successfully integrate fluctuating renewable energy sources into the electricity grid. The cooperation with Indonesia on renewable energy integration will therefore further assist PLN with technical knowledge to address PLN's challenges and tasks with granting grid connection to wind power plants and operating the electricity grid with fluctuating renewable energy sources simultaneously.

Main tasks:

The consultant will assist DEA on writing a report on "Wind Power Integration Into The Power System". The report will include the following topics, where the contribution from the consultancy to the report will mainly be on topic D, E, F and G:

A. Historical development of wind power in Denmark

B. Power generation from wind turbines

C. Policy and regulatory measures for integrating wind power in Denmark

D. Operation and balancing the power system with wind power production in Denmark

E. Power system flexibility for integration of wind power in Denmark

F. Grid connection to wind power plants

G. Integration of photovoltaics

The consultant will also participate in work sessions in Indonesia on integrating fluctuating renewable energy into the power system. The work sessions will be based on topics in the report "Wind Power Integration Into The Power System".

Finally, the consultant will partly participate in a study tour for the Indonesian counterpart(s) to Denmark where the consultant shall organize a 1 day workshop on Danish experiences with operating the electricity grid and integrating renewable energy into the power system including a site visit to a grid operation control room.

The consultancy services will require that the consultant can deliver and contribute to the chapters of the report on "Wind Power Integration Into The Power System" by September-October 2016 and provide comments to the overall report in late October 2016. Likewise, it is required that the consultant can participate in work sessions on wind power integration in Jakarta in October/November 2016 and host a 1-day workshop as part of a study tour to Denmark in November/December 2016.

Maximum budget: DKK 500,000

Deadline for Proposals: 28 August 2016, at 23:00, 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: Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia
Name of Programme Officer: Jacob Stensdal Hansen
E-mail address of Programme Officer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone of Programme Officer: +62 (21) 5761478

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

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Re-advertised: SEA Roadmap Development and TA to ESP3

SEA Road Map Development and Technical Assistance to Environmental Support Programme, phase 3 - Indonesia

Description:
Background: Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017. Under Component 1 of ESP3, support is offered to improve the quality of Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA) application at local governments in Indonesia. In close collaboration with Ministry of Home Affairs Directorate General of Regional Development (MOHA Bangda) and Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF) Directorate General of Forest Planology and Environmental Governance, ESP3 is
Following the merger of the Ministry of Environment with the Ministry of Forestry into the new Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK), SEA is increasingly being recognized and given priority as an environmental safeguard and also as an important tool in the planning tool box.

As a result of newly-passed laws and regulations (that emphasize the requirement of SEA for plans, program and policies), and increasing awareness on SEA at national and local development activities, demands for SEA as an environmental safeguard tool at the planning stage is becoming more critical. A set of government regulations on SEA and related issues have been developed and is awaiting the President’s approval. Once approved, these SEA regulations will apply for all sectors, and guidelines and strategies will have to be prepared for national and local governments and possibly for the different sectors as well.

This has increased KLHK's role as promoter and counselor for the SEA development process to be more critical and eventually requires KLHK to prepare more strategic plans and approaches in ensuring more effective, quality and sustainable SEA implementation.

This consultancy is aimed at supporting KLHK in developing a SEA Roadmap for the Directorate of Environmental Impact Prevention on Policies and Sectors in KLHK. The roadmap will also include a mid term SEA strategic plan for KLHK where the envisaged ESP3 SEA support is clearly delineated and embedded until December 2017. The consultant is also expected to provide technical assistance to ESP3 staff to align ongoing KLHK and ESP3 SEA activities with the SEA Roadmap.

Objective: The objective of the consultancy is provide technical assistance to the implementation of ESP3 Component 1, Outcomes 2 and 5 on support to SEA by developing a SEA roadmap for technical assistance to KLHK during the period September 2016 to January 2017 and a five-year SEA strategic plan for KLHK with the ESP3 support embedded.

The assignment will include conducting strategic meetings with KLHK key staff on SEA, liaising with related sectoral ministries and development partners, reviewing selected SEA reports in Indonesia, and assisting ESP3 in preparing SEA-related activities in supporting KLHK's strategic mandates on SEA.

Scope: The consultancy will require approximately 140 man-days over the period of 4 months. The team should consist of a combination of international and Indonesian experts.

Maximum budget: Maximum budget is 850,000 DKK.

Timing: The work shall be carried out from mid September 2016 to mid January 2017

Deadline for applications: July 31 2016, at 16:00, Danish time

The standard application form should be used. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected. Applications received after the deadline shall be rejected.

Download application form http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/newsdisplaypage/?newsID=6A674B1C-62AE-41E7-989C-43A7EE27BEAA.

Contact point: Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia
Name of Programme Officer: Jacob Stensdal Hansen
E-mail address, Programme Officer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone of Programme Officer: 00-62-(21) 576 1478

Criteria for selection:

A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender. The consultant should have experience with SEA implementation in South East Asia and preferably expert knowledge of Indonesian SEA regulations and practices.

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