Request for Proposals: LCDI Sectoral Study_Industry
SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT
WRI intends to award a cost-reimbursable type contract on the study of Industry Sectoral Roadmap to Support the Implementation of Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024 and LCDI in Indonesia. The project has an expected end date of 30th of October 2020.
The objective of the industrial sectoral roadmap is to identifying scalable, economically appealing, technically and institutionally feasible opportunities to attain targets in GHG emission reduction and other development goals referred to in RPJMN 2020-2024.
The purpose of the project is as follows:
To overview the policy targets at industrial sector defined in RPJMN 2020-2024 and other key interventions
To evaluate the progress of target achievement in industrial sectors, especially related to obstacles, regulation bottleneck, lack of resources, and other issues in industrial sector targets
To list and analysis the relevant activities with potential to deliver on policy targets
To assess the financing cost and investment
To summarize the impacts of scaled up interventions on GHG emission, environmental and socio-economic outcomes
To recommend an innovative financing strategy
The basis of analytical work on industrial sector and investment needs will be drawn from LCDI and RPJMN model scenarios working together with the System Dynamics modelers, while input on sectoral context will be gathered from Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and 1-on-1 interviews with experts, technical and policy representatives from relevant line ministries and institutions. BAPPENAS will appoint several experts in the development of the sectoral study, including industry sector experts and financial expert. The experts will lead the overall development of industrial study, actively engaged with the relevant stakeholders, and serve as the key communication point with WRI and LCDI Secretariat. Wherever possible, the sectoral studies will accommodate the strategic plans (Rencana Strategis/Renstra) drafted by related ministries which comply to RPJMN 2020-2024 targets. In respond, NCE, WRI, LCDI Secretariat and partners/experts shall coordinate intensively with appointed ministries.
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About the Project
The national government of Indonesia has been making important commitments towards a low carbon, climate resilient future. In 2015, Indonesia joined a global wave of countries that submitted their post-2020 climate change pledges to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), where it committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 29 percent to up to 41 percent below a 2030 business-as-usual scenario. For the first time in the history of the country, Indonesia’s medium-term development plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024 became a low carbon-based one, built around considerations about Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and environmental impacts associated to alternative development paths. More specifically, the Low Carbon Development has been explicitly stated as one of Government priority program in the chapter 7 of the RPJMN. Several strategic actions to identified in this chapter include:
Development of sustainable energy
Sustainable land restoration (including peatland)
Development of green industry, and
Preserving Blue Carbon
Industrial sector, especially the manufacturing industry, has been shown to play an important role in Indonesian economy. Since the past decades, this sector has contributed to around 40% - 46% of the GDP formation (BPS, 2016). Furthermore, industrial sector also plays a significant role in Indonesia’s overall emission. According to Indonesia’s second biennial update report (BUR), industrial and product use (IPPU) accounts for 3% of Indonesia’s total emission in 2014. To promote the emission reduction in the industrial sector, RPJMN 2020-2024 sets 3 policy targets to be implemented in the industrial sector:
|Indicator of Green Industry Development||Unit||Baseline (2019)||Target (2024)|
|Percentage amount of medium and big industries to be certified with Standard Industri Hijau /SIH (companies)||Companies (%)||N/A||10|
|Number of standard planning of greenhouse gas emission reduction in the industrial sector||Standard planning (amount)||3||20|
|Number of standard planning on handling the hazardous and toxic waste and the application of circular economy for sustainable industry.||Standard planning (amount)||3||20|
As implied above, development of green industry is a big focus in RPJMN 2024 with 3following strategies:
Conservation and audit on the energy consumption in industrial sector
Application of process and technology modification
Industrial waste management
However, there is rarely study which assessed quantified impact of green industry development to emission reduction in national level. Thus, this study will:
analyse how far green industry can contribute to national emission reduction by assessing each parameter used in determining green industry criteria,
map challenges for stakeholders in industry sector in encouraging the shifting to green industry.
The study will start with the comparison between the baseline from greenhouse gas in IPPU and waste sector, along with the connection between RPJMN in 2015-2019 and 2020-2024. Indonesia’s Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) has started the development of sectoral studies in the prioritized sectors, including industrial sector. The study will provide roadmaps or blueprints that could be useful for defining, strategies, policy instruments, identifying financing gaps, innovative financing schemes, and implementation arrangements. The focus of the study will be identifying scalable, economically appealing, technically and institutionally feasible opportunities to attain targets in GHG emission reduction and other development goals referred to in RPJMN 2020-2024. To support the development of sectoral study, the experts in the following field will be hired:
Industrial sector and policy expert
SCOPE OF WORK AND DELIVERABLES
Scope of Work
In order to carry out the sectoral studies, NCE and WRI Indonesia will work together with LCDI Secretariat and partners/experts in the respective field to enrich the content of the sectoral studies. The basis of analytical work on industrial sector and investment needs will be drawn from LCDI and RPJMN model scenarios working together with the System Dynamics modelers, while input on sectoral context will be gathered from Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and 1-on-1 interviews with experts, technical and policy representatives from relevant line ministries and institutions. BAPPENAS will appoint several experts in the development of the sectoral study, including industry sector experts and financial expert. The experts will lead the overall development of industrial study, actively engaged with the relevant stakeholders, and serve as the key communication point with WRI and LCDI Secretariat. Wherever possible, the sectoral studies will accommodate the strategic plans (Rencana Strategis/Renstra) drafted by related ministries which comply to RPJMN 2020-2024 targets. In respond, NCE, WRI, LCDI Secretariat and partners/experts shall coordinate intensively with appointed ministries.
The proposed stakeholders to be included in the industry sector study are shown below:
Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS
Ministry of Industry – Green Industry Department
Ministry of Environment and Forestry – Dirjen PPI
Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), UNDP
World Energy Council
Science-Based Targets, Business Centre WRI DC
Climate Finance Experts
Indonesia Business Council of Sustainable Development (IBCSD)
Private sectors from high-emitting GHG emission industries
This study consists of nine chapters that are shown in the table below. Project duration planned for August 2020 – October 2020 (3 months).
The table below provides proposed outline for sectoral study:
|Ch.||Title||Sub-section and Content||PIC|
|0||Executive Summary||A 5-10 pages summary of main characteristics, opportunities, constraints, and key insights to guide policy implementation at sector level||Dedy, Industry sector experts|
|II||Policy targets at Sector Level defined in RPJMN 2020-2024 and other key interventions||Summary of existing sector policy targets defined in RPJMN 2020-2024, by periods (2020-2024; 2025-2030; and 2031-2050). Wherever possible, this chapter could also include other policies and interventions (public, private) that potentially affect current and future economic activities and investments in the specified sector. Policy targets are defined here as proximate indicators on interventions. Specific activities that are required to attain those targets are identified below. This section is to include sector / marginal contribution to GHG emission reduction and other environmental sustainability outcomes. The section is to include the required policy targets that are consistent with Indonesia moving into a decarbonization path through 2050. This section as (1) a re-check process whether policy already developed in LCDI Model (as model Base) or not and early result of policy impact to emissions and other outcomes and (2) Preliminary elaboration of possible alignment with several of the results in this sectoral study||Dedy, Industry sector experts, Modeler Expert|
|III||Activities with potential to deliver on policy targets||• List of activities that can be undertaken to attain policy targets. These will be identified from expert consultations both at national and provincial level. • Development of related activities into simple structure in the Model||Industry sector experts Modeler Expert|
|IV||Case Studies / Examples of S.E.T.I.E. projects in Indonesia||Presenting a number of case studies, including successful experiences in Indonesia that have a potential to be scaled up, based on criteria that includes technical and economic feasibility as well as potential to deliver on GHG emission reduction and environmentally sustainable targets. The possible case studies that has been successful in the global scale: • Increasing corporate capacity in the greenhouse gas management using GHG protocol • Carbon pricing • Emission reduction target using Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) • Circular economy in relation with the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) • Development of more detailed structure (based on point III) based on significant Case Studies in terms of emissions reduction in IPPU/Industrial Sector if possible||Dedy, Industry sector experts With lessons learned from international experts: 1. Business center, WRI DC 2. ClimateWorks Australia 3. Modeler Expert|
|V||Financing costs / investment needs per project||This section will attempt to compute costs / investment needs to undertake activities, measured on per unit basis||Tezza, Finance experts|
|VI||Summary of co-benefits, impacts||• Test the Policy actions (related activities) in the model and analyze the impact in emission reduction of IPPU and other outcomes, it might be needed for scaling up in model structure • Summarizing impacts of scaled up interventions on GHG emission, environmental and socio-economic outcomes||Dedy, Tezza, Industry experts, Finance experts, Modeler Expert|
|VII||Opportunities and Constraints. Required interventions and Strategy to scaling up outcomes||VIIa. Summary of opportunities VIIb. Summary of constraints, Classified in: Financing constraints; Political Economy; Missing inputs (human capital, labor, technology, other inputs) VIIc. Strategy: proposed action plans to overcome obstacles, gaps and how to deliver RPJMN targets.||Dedy, Tezza, Industry experts, Finance experts|
|VIII||Innovative Financing Strategy (Gap and Innovative Scheme)||VIIIa. Estimated investment needs for to achieve RPJMN targets (unconditional NDCs); and also to achieve conditional NDCS and Decarbonization Path.VIIIb. Investment gaps. Based on modeling of resource needs, resource availability, competing needs to attain other development targets. Meso – Macro analysis VIIIc. Financing schemes and how to mobilize public and private investments to cover the investment needs||Tezza, Finance experts|
|IX||Conclusion, Recommendations and Roadmap for Implementation||Summarizing challenges, opportunities and providing a roadmap for implementing LCDI compatible activities in the sector.||Dedy, Tezza, Industry experts, Finance experts|
Budgets up to 60,000 GBP will be considered and must break down expected team members, respective day rates, and anticipated days on the project. Please note this information will also be required on invoices, as this award will be paid on a cost-reimbursement basis.
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GUIDELINES FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
Proposal content The selected organization or consultant will be able to demonstrate capacity in similar work. Prospective organizations or consultants should consult the Innovation and Challenge Fund submission document, which will ask the organization or consultant to submit:
A statement of interest describing the proposed team and how it meets the above requirements;
CVs of team members;
Examples of and/or references for similar previous work;
An outline of the proposed methodology and workplan;
An account of how the work and/or organization is sustainable
A proposed budget with a breakdown of costs sufficient to assess reasonableness and compliance with our funder requirements. If proposing for a Fixed Price contract, please also include a competitive payment schedule associating amounts with work milestones.
If a reimbursable type of contract is envisioned, a summary of accounting system which will support claims.
Expression of Interest, Deadline for Questions, and Proposal
All proposals to this RFP must be received via email to the contacts below by August 10, 2020 (Washington, DC). Expressions of interest and Questions must be submitted prior. Answers to the questions will be shared will all parties who have asked questions or otherwise expressed interest.
- Egi.Suarga@wri.org, Ari.Adipratomo@wri.org, Kylie.Teller@wri.org
EVALUATION AND SELECTION
The following elements will be the primary considerations in evaluating all proposals submitted in response to this RFP:
Completion of all required elements;
The extent to which the organization’s or consultant’s proposal fulfills WRI’s stated requirements as set out in the RFP;
Experience with similar projects
Sustainability – WRI values sustainability and all other factors being equal, will favor a proposal to more sustainably perform the work.
Overall cost of the proposal.
The bidder offering the best overall value will be selected. For this procurement, price and non-price aspects are considered to be of approximately equal importance.
No proposal development costs shall be charged to WRI / all expenses are to be borne by the bidders. WRI may award to the bidder offering best value without discussions. However, WRI reserves the right to seek bidder clarifications and to negotiate with those bidders deemed to be within a competitive range.
WRI may, at its discretion and without explanation to the prospective organizations or consultants choose to discontinue this RFP without obligation to such prospective organizations or consultants or make multiple awards under this RFP.