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Advanced Engineering Associates International, Inc. (AEAI) is a global engineering, energy and environmental services company founded in Massachusetts (USA) in 1986. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the company currently has active regional and project offices in Washington, DC; Europe; and Asia. It has undertaken hundreds of assignments related to energy infrastructure, industrial and energy efficiency, and clean energy projects for bilateral and multilateral development agencies such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), World Bank, International Finance Corporation (IFC), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), International Energy Agency (IEA), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). AEAI’s clients also include other government agencies, utilities, and corporations.

AEAI is an experienced prime contractor for several Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IQCs), such as USAID’s People, Energy and Development (PED) and Energy & Environment (Energy I) & II IQCs; successive awards for USTDA’s Conferences, Workshops, Training and Reverse Trade Mission IQCs; and GSA’s regional program for environmental waste site clean-up activities, among others. As prime contractor for USAID IQCs, it has managed consortiums of 20+ partner companies, associations, academic or research institutions, and NGOs.

AEAI is also the main subcontractor to AECOM for USAID’s global “Clean Energy Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract for Non-Critical Priority Countries, 2012-2017” and to Dexis Consulting Group for USAID’s “Clean Energy Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract for Critical Priority Countries (CPCs), 2013-2018.”

AEAI works through experienced, multidisciplinary teams of technical experts and key organizational partners with the cultural sensitivity and insights to address issues in a creative, innovative, timely, appropriate and effective manner. It provides cross-cutting, practical technical assistance, knowledge transfer and training support focused on obtaining measurable, tangible results in terms of sustainable development. The company aims to build the individual and institutional capacity of its clients to understand, analyze, and define feasible solutions to the most challenging issues in order to enable them to pursue responsible and sustainable development of energy infrastructure and services on a continuing basis. AEAI offers an integrated package of quality management, technical, advisory and supporting services responsive to varying country conditions, including post-conflict, post-disaster and crisis contexts (e.g., Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dominican Republic, Georgia, Kosovo, Pakistan).

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AEAI Qualifications Highlights

AEAI has provided experts, advisors and trainers for U.S. and overseas assignments in the energy sector funded by the U.S. Government, multilateral aid agencies and others in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Indonesia, Brazil, and other countries. These experts have supported:

  1. Energy sector policy, legal and regulatory frameworks and reforms, including pricing.
  2. Sector planning and strategies promoting conventional (coal, oil and natural gas) and alternative energy development and use.
  3. Energy market development, private sector participation and risk management.
  4. Development of energy (oil, gas, coal and power) infrastructure and rehabilitation of existing assets.
  5. Institutional capacity building and technical training for utilities, regulatory commissions, government ministries and other stakeholders.
  6. Smart Grid applications and utility supply and demand-side management program design and implementation.
  7. Energy efficiency technologies, pilots, policies, financing mechanisms, and training for ESCOs.
  8. Environmental and social impact assessments.
  9. Carbon and conventional energy project financing.