The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD”) is a leading provider of finance across its countries of operations, with the Sustainable Infrastructure Group covering activities in national and regional energy, transport and municipal services including urban mobility, district energy, water and wastewater and solid waste. The Policy Unit (the “Unit”) of the Sustainable Infrastructure & Project Preparation (“SI3P”) team supports these activities. The Unit is comprised of policy specialists in the energy, municipal and transport infrastructure sectors and provides early stage advisory services for EBRD clients. SI3P comprises sector specialists (water, urban transport, district energy, solid waste, sustainable transport, energy) and PPP project preparation specialists all of whom who work closely with SIG’s bankers to prepare and deliver the annual project and policy goals. The Unit contributes to various key sector issues, which seek to unlock greater potential for commercialised public sector and private sector projects in the infrastructure sector. In this regard, the Unit helps define and contributes to key policy areas, including PPP development, performance-based contracting, benchmarking, sub-sovereign infrastructure services, institutional capacity building, inclusion, and the green economy.
In order to support the work of the Unit the EBRD now requires a consultant (the “Consultant”) to support the conceptualisation and delivery of infrastructure policy advice. All services provided by the Consultant will conform to the sectoral strategies of the Sustainable Infrastructure Group as well as all other applicable strategies, (GET/etc), and priorities of the Bank.
Any competitive selections for business opportunities relating to this project will be published on the EBRD's website: Consultancy Procurement Opportunities.
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Project Complaint Mechanism (PCM)
The EBRD has established the Project Complaint Mechanism (PCM) to provide an opportunity for an independent review of complaints from one or more individuals or from organisations concerning projects financed by the Bank which are alleged to have caused, or likely to cause, harm.
Any complaint under the PCM must be filed in accordance with the timeframes prescribed in the PCM Rules of Procedure. You may contact the PCM Officer (at email@example.com) for assistance if you are uncertain as to the eligibility of your complaint.