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Via the Caribbean Renewable Energy Development Programme:

The General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (“GS/OAS”), through its Department of Sustainable Development (“DSD”), cordially invites eligible parties to participate in the bidding process for consultancy services under the Caribbean Sustainable Energy Program (CSEP). Details can be found in the Invitation Letter and the Request for Proposal Download (“RFP”) for the preparation of a Draft Geothermal Resource Development Bill for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Included are the instructions for the preparation and submission of the proposal, the rules that govern the bidding process, and the terms of reference. All proposals must be received by the GS/OAS no later than close of business (“COB”) 5:30 p.m. EST on Monday June 13th, 2011.


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