Request for Proposal, Enhancing B.Grimm Power Public Company Limited’s Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance Strategy

Location: Thailand
Program area: Environment and Climate Action, Good Governance
Deadline: July 20, 2022

USAID and Australia Mekong Safeguards Program (Mekong Safeguards), implemented by The Asia Foundation, is a five-year, $10.6 million project working with major banks, governments, and developers in Thailand, Vietnam, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Cambodia, Myanmar, and China on large energy and transportation infrastructure investments to strengthen environmental and social standards and practices in Southeast Asia’s Lower Mekong Region. The program is an exciting opportunity to support new and improved ways governments, financiers, developers, and civil society organizations can invest and build sustainable energy and transportation.

The Asia Foundation’s Thailand office seeks the services of a qualified and reputable firm to support Mekong Safeguards on a mission to accelerate the sustainable infrastructure transition in the Mekong subregion by reducing the negative environmental and social impacts of large-scale infrastructure project development. The activity under this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to strengthen environmental, social, and corporate governance standards (ESG) at the implementation level by engaging with regional project developers to improve their ESG standards for large-scale infrastructure projects with direct technical assistance and capacity building.

The activity will require highly specialized advisory capacity, with both national and international experience, in developing and integrating detailed pragmatic sustainability practices into the project developer’s short/medium/long-term strategies. Interested applicants must read the RFP carefully to prepare the necessary documents. This RFP contains three parts:

  1. Services Procured
  2. Qualifications and Application Process
  3. Evaluation Method and Criteria


Download the full request for proposal. The deadline for submission is July 20, 2022.