Assessment of the results and impacts of energy efficiency related market surveillance projects

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The purpose of this contract is to:
(1) evaluate the results, impacts and sustainability of energy efficiency related market surveillance projects implemented under the IEE-II and H2020 programmes;
(2) draw lessons learnt from this evaluation and identify the most important barriers in the effective implementation of EU product efficiency legislation; 
(3) formulate recommendations on the basis of the outcomes of objectives  1 and 2, and in particular for a) the future LIFE Programme for the Environment and Climate Action 2021–2027 and b) related future policy developments, and 
(4) communicate and disseminate findings of this evaluation.


The contractor will be required to undertake a review of relevant documentation, undertake surveys and interviews, carry out quantitative and qualitative data analysis, communicate and disseminate the findings of this evaluation. 

Estimated amount: 115 000 EUR
Estimated launch date (sending out the invitations): 6 November 2020
Estimated duration of the contract: approximatively 13 months from its signature

All economic operators interested in participating in this negotiated procedure may express their interest by e-mail to EASME-ENERGY-PRODUCTS@EC.EUROPA.EU not later than 4 November 2020 at 17h CET Brussels time.
Economic operators who do not express their interest before the deadline and to the address above will not be invited to submit an offer. 
The expression of interest message should not include technical or financial elements of your future offer. Only candidates that will be directly invited at a later stage by EASME to submit tenders may participate in this procurement procedure.

The procurement procedure was cancelled due to non-submission of eligible tenders.


Wednesday, 4 November, 2020
Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency
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