Call for Expressions of Interest USAID Energy Management System Program in the Balkans

Call for Expressions of Interest

USAID Energy Management System Program in the


U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)’s project is aimed at promoting the use of energy management systems for public, private or commercial building owners in the Balkans, with the objective of reducing energy consumption, improving energy efficiency and optimizing production processes.

As part of the project, USAID is looking to select, and partner with public, private or commercial building owners and industries interested in improving their energy management practices, specifically through the adoption of energy management systems.

Selected partners will have access to the latest U.S. energy management technology and will benefit from the following support:

  • Energy Management System: Partners will receive funding support from USAID to partially cover the costs of design, installation, and commissioning of new energy management systems provided by a leading U.S. manufacturer.
  • After-Sales Support: The energy management system may include a maintenance contract covering spare parts and labor to keep the system in optimal condition.
  • Training: Partners will be trained on the operation and use of their energy management system to better understand, monitor, and optimize energy consumption for efficiency and cost savings.

USAID now invites expressions of interest from building owners and industrial facilities interested in partnering on the abovementioned opportunity.  If you are interested in further information and possible participation in this program please contact them at  by January 15, 2019.

Selected partners will have a demonstrated potential for energy savings, no existing energy management system, and a commitment to purchase and operate an energy management system at a reduced cost. The program will begin in early 2020 with technical visits and the selection of partners.