Tetra Tech Inc. and four other companies have been awarded spots to a $400 million clean energy contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development to support a group of critical priority countries for the agency.
Work under the five-year, multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will involve development of related programs for Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, South Sudan and Yemen, Tetra Tech said June 10.
Tetra Tech will be involved in technical assistance, including the design of clean energy strategies, and the assessment and improvement of governance structures and existing energy services.
USAID also seeks engage the private sector to invest in clean energy, promote sustainable, renewable energy technologies, and help refine USAID and federal energy sector’s emergency response systems.
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