Planned call for tenders' details

Title:
Analytical study supporting the assessment of potential employment, skills and s...
Contracting authority:
European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (EMPL)
Start date:
22/02/2024
Deadline to express interest:
08/03/2024
Status:
Closed
Information
EC-EMPL/2024/MVP/0008-ExA
Analytical study supporting the assessment of potential employment, skills and social implications of Offshore Renewable Energy development in the EU
Please note that this is not a call for tenders but a publication announcing the Contracting authority’s intention to publish a future negotiated low or middle valueprocedure.

In September 2023, the EU Court of Auditors published its special report on “Offshore renewable energy in the EU” . It includes a recommendation: 2(a) to “assess the potential employment, skills and social implications of ORE development in the offshore energy sector and for other users of the sea, notably fisheries”, by 2025. The Commission formally accepted the recommendation and is consequently initiating a study on socio-economic implications of offshore renewable energy (ORE) development, including those on fisheries and other users of the sea, as relevant. The purpose of this study is to fill in evidence gaps on the socio-economic implications of ORE development, including employment, skills, social, and distributional impacts, among others. The study’s aim is to identify available data sources and literature and develop a framework to collect additional data as needed, which would allow presenting relevant evidence on the topic, including as regards developments over time, to better inform policymaking and improve the understanding of ORE development implications
Services
Planned negotiated procedure for middle/low value contracts
Closed
Unchecked
Best price-quality ratio
115,000.00 EUR
90713000
BE100
Additional CPV Supplementary CPV
90713000
Conditions for participation
Milestones
22/02/2024 00:00
08/03/2024 23:59
13/03/2024
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