The Department of Energy is Seeking an International Consultant with the Expertise to deliver training on design and installation of pico-/micro hydro generation plant.

The advertisement opens today for any interested and potential expertise to launch in an application before COB on Monday 2nd December 2019.

All applications are address to Antony Garae , Director Department of Energy, Ministry of Climate Change, Port Vila, Vanuatu

The Ministry of Climate Change and Adaptation wishes to recruit a suitable candidate for the Position of the Appliance Standards & Labelling Officer Post No. 6911. All applications must be sealed and address to the Human Resource Officer, PMB 9054 – Port Vila. For those applied do not need to reapply. The closing date for this application will be 27/09/19 @ 4:30pm.

 Interested individuals should call in the Ministry of Climate Change and Adaptation, Corporate Services HR Office to collect the Standard Job Application Form – PSC FORM 3-2.

You are invited to submit a Tender in response to this Request for Tender (RFT). The Goods are being procured by the Department of Energy (DoE), Ministry of Climate Change & Adaptation, Government of Vanuatu (the "Purchaser"). The completed Tender must be signed by your authorised representative and must be valid for a minimum period as indicated above from the Submission Date of the RFT.



Consultancy : International & National Experts in Pico-/Micro-Hydro, Pico-Hydro PV Hybrid and PV Solar Systems

Unit : Project Management Unit (PMU)

Duration : 32 person-weeks (8 months)

Duty Station : Department of Energy office (DoE)

Project Title: Barrier Removal for Achieving the National Energy Road Map Target of Vanuatu (BRANTV)

1. Background

The UNDP, being the implementing agency on behalf of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), is supporting the Government of Vanuatu through the Department of Energy (DoE) in implementing the Barrier Removal for Achieving National Energy Road Map Target of Vanuatu (BRANTV) Project. The project is managed by the Project Management Unit (PMU) which sits under the DoE.

The project’s objective is to enable the achievement of the energy access, sustainable energy, and green growth targets of Vanuatu, as represented in the country’s National Energy Road Map (NERM). Central to the approach is BRANTV’s implementation of Vanuatu’s Rural Off-Grid and EE Promotion Program which includes demonstrations1 on: pico-/micro hydropower mini-grid system, (hereinafter, hydroelectric mini-grid); pico-/micro hydro PV hybrid mini-grid system (hereinafter, hybrid mini-grid), community-scale solar PV systems (hereinafter, compound PV systems), family compound-scale PV nano solar systems (hereinafter, Nano PV systems); and applications of EE cook stoves, and productive, livelihood-enhancing uses of RE and EE.

Tender for the Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Solar PV Micro-Grid at Wintua and Lorlow Communities,
South West Bay, Malekula Island [RFT Ref: DoE G1901] 

The Department of Energy under the Ministry for Climate Change is formally advertising for the Request for Tender (RFT) for the Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Solar PV MicroGrid at Wintua and Lorlow Communities, South West Bay, Malekula Island. 

This is part of the National Energy Road Map (NERM, 2016-2030) highlighting access to energy as one of Vanuatu´s five Development Priorities. The extension of existing grids and electricity access for remote households are the main targets under the NERM priority accessible energy