Project Renewable Energy for Livelihood and Youth (RELY) is an endeavor funded by the European Union that aims to promote use of renewable energy to improve lives and foster climate change mitigation in poor and remote communities in the Central Visayas and Southern Tagalog (MIMAROPA) Regions of the Philippines by energizing their off-grid public schools. The approach combines solar electrification with community development and improved vocational education by collaborating with partner senior high schools.

Project RELY is to be jointly implemented by international development organization sequa gGmbH, Vivant Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Vivant Corporation, and PROCESS-Bohol, a social development NGO.
The EU support comes under the Access to Sustainable Energy Programme (ASEP), a joint undertaking of the Department of Energy and the European Union, whose goal is to assist the Philippine Government in expanding sustainable energy generation to meet growing economic needs and provide energy access to the poor and marginalized sectors.

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Supply, Delivery and Installation of complete Solar PV Off Grid Systems for sixteen (16) remote public schools in the Philippines


Vivant Foundation, Inc., Cebu City, Philippines intends to award a supply contract for Supply, Delivery, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance, and after-sales service of complete Solar PV Off Grid Systems for Sixteen (16) Remote Public Schools in the Philippines, with financial assistance from the European Union. The schools are located in Bohol Province – Bien Unido and Talibon, in Cebu Province – Bantayan and Daanbantayan and in Palawan Province – San Vincente and Puerto Princesa City.

The tender dossier can be downloaded from the website of the DG International Cooperation and Development:

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Possible additional information or clarifications/questions shall be published on the said websites.