According to bank provided information, the Egyptian Electric Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Agency (EgyptERA) has requested support from the EBRD on the review of the pertinent regulatory framework and recommendations for efficient electricity market opening, in line with the provisions of Electricity Law 87/2015 and international best practices.
Within this context, the Bank wishes to engage a consultant to work with EgyptERA, EBRD and potentially other local energy sector stakeholders, with the following objectives:
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