According to bank provided information, this projectconsists of a comprehensive technical assistance package that will help to create an enabling environment for private sector RE investments in Lebanon, as well as to provide the necessary support to the relevant institutions for the successful implementation of RE auctions and the management of the resulting increased levels of intermittent generation in the electricity system. The technical assistance involves supporting the authorities on implementing tenders for renewable energy investments, as well as strengthening the underpinning institutional and overall regulatory and legal framework. This component also includes support to the relevant institutions (including, but not necessarily limited to, the auctioneer) on practical aspects of implementing and administering RE tenders up to financial close, such as responding to bidders’ requests for clarifications, evaluating bids, negotiating with the winning bidders, etc.
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