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COWI Belgium Wins New EIB Framework Agreement

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​COWI Consortium was awarded with a new FWC from the European Investment Bank: "Framework Agreement to support EIB advisory services (EIBAS) activities inside and outside EU-28".  COWI Belgium is the leader of Lot 2 - Energy and Lot 3 – Transport and will be involved in projects based in the EU, accession countries, neighbourhood countries, Sub-Saharan African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries, Asian and Latin-American countries, for a total period of 4 years. 

Lot 2 Energy

The missions will provide support to the preparation of projects including, but not limited to, the following subsectors:

1. Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Networks: thermal power and CHP plants (coal, gas, oil, conventional thermal, OCGT, CCGT, reciprocating engine); carbon capture and storage (CCS), electricity transmission (HVAC, HVDC, terrestrial, offshore); electricity distribution networks (active distribution and smart meters included); energy storage.
2. Oil and Gas: oil & gas exploration/production; oil & gas transmission & distribution networks including storage; LNG; oil refining.
3. Renewable Energy: hydropower (dam, run-of-the-river, regulating, pumped storage); wind energy, onshore, offshore, ocean (tidal, wave, current); photovoltaic and concentrated solar thermal power; solar thermal; geothermal heat and power; biomass heat-only, power and cogeneration, biogas and waste incineration.
4. Energy Efficiency: energy efficiency in buildings (residential and non-residential sectors); energy efficiency in street lighting; energy efficiency in municipal infrastructure; energy efficiency in transport; energy efficiency in industry; district heating/cooling networks, small-scale cogeneration, including micro-generation.

Lot 3 Transport

The missions will provide support to the preparation of projects including, but not limited to, the following subsectors:

1. Roads Sector: roads – motorways – bridges – tunnels – urban roads – road bypasses.
2. Rail Sector: conventional railways – high speed railways – railway infrastructure (track, rehabilitation) – railway signalling – rolling stock.
3. Urban Transport Sector: metro – light rail/suburban rail – tramways – bus/trolleybus – metro/tram infrastructure (track, tunnels) – metro/LRT signalling systems.
4. Air Sector: airports (infrastructure and operations) – air traffic management – airlines –aerospace industry (including spacecraft).
5. Waterborne Transport Sector: ports (infrastructure and operations) and maritime transport.

New EIB FWC Agreement

LAST UPDATED: 12.07.2017