CLASP fosters partnerships among S&L practitioners, technical experts, policy makers, regulatory bodies, and donors to connect S&L experts and expertise for reduced carbon emissions globally.
CLASP’s collaborations further and strengthen energy efficiency S&L through increased communication and knowledge exchange, shared resources and best practices, and mutually beneficial partnerships. Our ten-year track record of successful S&L assistance to over 50 countries demonstrates that a collaborative approach to energy efficiency S&L is the basis for designing and implementing effective policies that reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Descriptions of open and closed Requests for Proposals (RFPs), CLASP’s partners, the partner registration process, and CLASP’s Guiding Principles are included on these pages to explain and facilitate the CLASP collaboration process.
Partner with us to help us maximize the reach and effectiveness of energy efficiency S&L.
CLASP uses a fair and transparent RFP bidding process to connect the right experts and expertise for all S&L project work we undertake. Browse our open RFPs to find current opportunities to collaborate with CLASP on technical and policy assistance activities.
Browse our closed RFPs to learn about CLASP’s completed technical and policy collaborations.
Selection Policies and Procedures for CLASP Assignments
Register to become a CLASP Partner! CLASP partners include donors, dedicated S&L policy makers, and the world’s foremost experts in the various aspects of S&L.
CLASP connects S&L experts and expertise to get the best results possible. We forge inclusive, collaborative, transparent, and mutually beneficial partnerships with S&L practitioners and stakeholders worldwide. CLASP’s network of partners, including some of the foremost leaders in energy efficiency S&L globally, come from a wide range of expertise, nationality, and affiliation.
CLASP encourages the individuals and organizations associated with CLASP to embrace CLASP’s Guiding Principles, which are designed to guard against paternalism or coercion by outside experts as well as to promote technical best practice and regionally appropriate products and services.