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Morocco: Carbon & Energy Policies Consultant

Description : Morocco: Carbon & Energy Policies Consultant. Compagnie : Global Green Growth Institute. Adresse : Rabat

Based in Seoul, The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an intergovernmental organization founded to support and promote an economic growth model known as “green growth,” which targets key aspects of economic performance such a poverty reduction, job creation, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability. GGGI works with countries around the world, building their capacity and working collaboratively on green growth policies that can impact the lives of millions. The organization partners with countries, multilateral institutions, government bodies, and the private sector to help build economies that grow strongly and are more efficient and sustainable in the use of natural resources, less carbon-intensive, and more resilient to climate change.

GGGI has a diverse portfolio of programs in developing countries around the world. These in-country programs, together with global products and services, focus on delivering results through an integrated approach of evidence-based green growth planning and implementation aligned to “countries” development priorities. The organization also focuses on knowledge development and management activities, which build a solid theoretical and empirical basis for green growth, while providing concrete options and guidance for policymakers, as well as creating the conditions for public and private green infrastructure investments.

The Paris Agreement provides a comprehensive framework for signatory Parties to reach an ambitious commitment to limit the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C, and to pursue efforts to limit the increase to 1.5°C in a cooperative manner. This framework covers several instruments including cooperative approaches under the Article 6 which allows for the potential development of international carbon transactions.

The Carbon Pricing Unit (CPU) of GGGI is implementing several programs related to scaling up international carbon trading, now covered by the Paris Agreement Rulebook finalized in Glasgow at COP26. By opening these markets and the resultant flow of transactions it is envisaged a robust and reliable global price for carbon can be establish, something many areas of the private sector have long called for to motivate the transformational change needed to achieve the ambitious goals of Paris. GGGI’s Article 6 programs provide technical assistance and capacity building to government counterparts to improve their readiness for Article 6 engagement. These programs support the design of projects and policies for pilot transactions and strengthening of institutional frameworks required for their implementation. By 2022, GGGI’s CPU will have secured USD 30M of funding to deliver its Article 6 programs, with operations in 10 countries, making it a leader in Article 6 piloting.

The Designing Article 6 Policy Approaches (DAPA) supports countries to access carbon finance under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement by facilitating the completion of Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcome (ITMO) transactions between buyer countries and GGGI countries. The activities under each however differ in type and approach. Under the DAPA program the aim is to develop policy approaches, valuing the amount of mitigation outcomes that can be attributed to the introduction of a single, or package of policy measures; then wrapping these into a transaction which will see a flow of carbon finance be exchanged for a share of the resultant mitigation outcomes. The project covers two phases, scoping, and design. The scoping phase of the program was successfully completed in mid-2020 – and work is now commencing on the Design Phase in 4 countries.

Contract Type

Individual Consultant (Daily Rate)


Individual Consultant 2

Salary scale

Individual Consultant Scale

Contract Duration

ASAP to 28 February 2023

Deadline (23:59 KST)


The Carbon & Energy policies consultant will work with the DAPA Program in Morocco, based in GGGI Morocco office at the Department of Energy Transition within the Ministry of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development and will work directly with the DAPA Lead Morocco.

He/she will support the implementation of DAPA related activities and will work closely with key public and private sector stakeholders, under the supervision of the DAPA Lead Morocco based in Rabat. The Consultant will be responsible for providing support in bringing solid substantive advice, technical expertise, and knowledge related to the DAPA program, applying his/her experience and knowledge to the new and evolving context of Article 6 in a creative and solution-oriented way.

Technical topics currently under implementation in DAPA Morocco include Regulatory Impact Assessment, MRV Strategy, Policy Advisory, Financial Flows and Safeguards.

The carbon policies consultant is expected to support DAPA Lead Morocco in the day-to-day work activities related to the consultancies including but not limited to:

    • Assist in organizing, tracking, and documenting meetings with key stakeholders.
    • Prepare concise reports and meeting minutes.
    • Ensure quality monitoring and evaluation, timely submission of consultant reports and deliverables, assist in evaluating project results, and participate in project implementation to achieve maximum impact.
    • Quickly absorb and apply sufficient technical knowledge on Article 6 concepts, requirements, frameworks and approaches. Follow and share knowledge on international negotiations under UNFCCC particularly on technical issues related to Article 6 and other international discussion scenarios.
    • Support the development of capacity building and outreach materials.
    • Support the development of presentations, visualizations, technical notes, brief papers, letters, communications, reports, etc., for events, meetings, and capacity building activities.
    • Participate and represent GGGI in internal planning and discussion meetings, and external conferences, seminars, capacity building, and knowledge sharing programs, as requested by the supervisor.
    • Deliver high quality project outputs (in both English and French) that meet program objectives, donor requirements and government requirements.
    • Support the planning and execution events and training related to the carbon market under supervision of the DAPA Lead Morocco.
    • Support the analysis of data received from key partners, case evidence and benchmark studies to draw relevant lessons especially in relation to renewable energy policies.

This is a daily-rate consultancy with maximum contract value of 13,500 USD depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate and the contract start date.

The description of required expert may be split into following parts:


    • Bachelor’s degree in energy and environment, international relations, development, or a related discipline
    • Advanced degree (master’s) relevant to climate action and/or policy implementation, background in renewable energy is a clear advantage.
    • Minimum 4 years of experience in Morocco related to the renewable energy sector, ideally within public institutions (ONEE, Ministry of Energy, MASEN, ANRE, etc.) or participation in projects within the framework of the law 13.09.
    • Demonstrated understanding of analytical and policy issues related to energy’s linkages with all dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social, and environmental.
    • Fluent in written and spoken English and French
    • While direct experience in international carbon trading is not required, s/he will be required to quickly absorb and apply sufficient technical knowledge on Article 6 concepts of the Paris Agreement, requirements, frameworks and approaches to the local context in Morocco.


    • Understand and actively supports GGGI’s mission, vision and values.
    • Promote an organizational culture of trust, transparency, respect and partnership.
    • Excels at problem solving, ask questions and seeks support when needed, shares easily information and knowledge with others both internally as externally.
    • Manage emotions and stress positively, builds rapport and resolves conflict easily.
    • Strong ability to work independently and/or remotely, while maintaining productivity.
    • Knowledge of renewable energy issues in the context of developing countries
    • Ability to understand the inter-linkages between energy, environment, policies and sustainable development
    • Ability to undertake energy research drawing on latest statistics and case studies as well as analyze data, country trends and lessons learned.
    • Recent country, regional, global experience in working with relevant stakeholders on cross-sector issues of renewable energy, environment, and sustainable development
    • Demonstrated communication competences
    • Strong analytical abilities and quantitative skills
    • Ability to review, synthesize information and produce high quality reports.
    • Good skills in using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Power Point)
    • Ability to absorb and understand technical information and relay it to others.

All candidates will be evaluated against the expertise required. Selected candidates will be interviewed by a panel of experts. Final decision and offer will be made maximum two weeks after the last interview.

Date to close is Korean Standard Time (KST). Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered Application. Cover Letter, and CV must be sent in English. A consortium, or a firm may not be engaged for the individual consultant assignment.

Child protection – GGGI is committed to child protection, irrespective of whether any specific area of work involves direct contact with children. GGGI’s Child Protection Policy is written in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.


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