Ramboll has won an EU framework contract issued by the European Commission. Together with other European consulting firms, Ramboll Group will provide evaluation and impact assessment services to the EC Directorate-General for Energy.
EU energy policy
The European Union (EU) is putting in place an energy policy as response to the major energy challenges Europe is facing, such as climate change, access to affordable secure energy, and the strain on energy resources. The policy will cover all sources of energy, ranging from fossil fuels to nuclear energy and renewables.
To advice on the design, preparation, implementation and possible improvement of the energy policy, the European Commission (EC) has selected Danish engineering, design and consulting firm Ramboll Group to feature on a €4 million framework contract.
Under the 4-year contract, Ramboll Group, together with a consortium of European consultancies, will provide evaluations and impact assessments for the EC Directorate-General for Energy of EU policy initiatives on key energy policy areas such as energy supply and infrastructure, energy efficiency and saving, eco-design, and nuclear energy technology.
According to the firm, the contract has been won as a result of its expertise in providing energy solutions and oil and gas consultancy services. “The multidisciplinary expertise provided by Management Consulting, Energy and Oil & Gas makes Ramboll an attractive and trusted partner for the European Commission. Altogether, Ramboll has the capacity to offer market-leading consulting services all along the value chain of sustainable society development,” explains Xavier Le Den, Head of EU Policy at Ramboll Group.