Request for proposals

RFP: Feebate program development tool

The ICCT and the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI) seek an experienced consultant group to create a tool to help develop effective feebate programs.

The goal of the project is to develop a simple-to-use feebate tool that can help governments create feebate programs—financial incentives for more fuel-efficient vehicles—without having to undertake the detailed technology cost assessment required by a traditional regulatory approach. The tool should be specifically aimed at developing countries and countries in transition, and targeted for use by ministries of finance.

Our aim is to create an straightforward model that, with a modest amount of input data, will allow an interested government agency to design a feebate program for a particular country. The outputs of the tool would illustrate the vehicle and financial impacts; e.g., what are the fee and rebate levels for various vehicles types and what are the likely revenues to be generated or paid.

For additional details, including the scope of work, statement of work, timeline and budget, please refer to the attached RFP. Any questions or proposals should be submitted to Sebastian Galarza by mail or electronically ( no later than 5:00 pm Eastern on May 28th, 2013.