Duration/ Timeline: 4 Months ToR Publish Date: 31-12-2022 Last date & time for the proposal submission: 16-01-2023 Opening date of Proposal: 17-01-2023 Email ID: email@example.com ,                  firstname.lastname@example.org
SELCO Foundation is a not-for profit, public charitable trust. It was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. SELCO Foundation seeks to inspire and implement solutions that alleviate poverty by improving access to sustainable energy to underserved communities across India in a manner that is socially, financially, and environmentally sustainable.
Stronger primary healthcare systems are essential to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG3) which aims to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all, of all ages, through universal health coverage. This in turn, facilitates achieving other SDGs. Primary healthcare systems in rural, remote and vulnerable environments often lack the resources integral to provide affordable, accessible and good quality health care. Reliable and affordable electricity access, alongside appropriate medical and electrical appliances contribute to increased efficacy and positive impact of healthcare provision. The need for energy is crucial when it comes to storing vaccines, using medical equipment such as baby warmers, suction apparatus and lighting especially during deliveries, powering diagnostic services and accessing basic lighting and communication for regular surgeries. Sustainable Energy when combined with efficient medical and electrical technologies helps to democratize the delivery of health services. As the country is putting their best foot forward in preparing to handling pandemic like COVID 19, SELCO Foundation along with philanthropic organisations and NGOs have partnered with the Ministry of Health, Government of India and NHSRC in one of the largest programs for upgrading and empowering public health facilities with solar energy and efficient medical equipment across India. The larger goal of the project is to strengthen 25,000 public health with Decentralised Renewable Energy and efficient medical equipment in the next 5 years. Due to improved reliability and access to clean energy, primary outcomes of the program include:
SELCO Foundation has deployed Solar energy lead efficient energy solutions in the public health sector across different geographies in India. The study is to understand the efficacy of the solution, the performance of the Solar PV system and the appliances and machineries connected to it.
The overall scope of the work is to undertake Remote Monitoring Systems for necessary data logging and conduct a detailed study to understand the power consumption and power disruption patterns along with the utilization and performance of the appliances. The scope of the work is detailed in terms of the following tasks: 1. Understand the scope of work and develop a plan of action with timelines for every deliverable. Develop an appropriate methodology that aid to achieve objectives. 2. Electric energy loggers or data loggers should be used to measure the power consumption and power disruption patterns in public health facilities in chosen geographies. Power consumption and power disruption parameters should be mutually decided by both parties. 3. Procurement of data loggers: Under this activity, the empanelled agency is required to procure required quantity of data loggers which can capture power consumption and power disruption data in the respective institutes or households. The supplier shall provide the maintenance services to data loggers during the study period and shall be able to share the power disruption data regularly. 4. Live tracking dash board for the centres to monitor 5. Data Analysis and Reporting      a. The data shall be downloaded from the connected server (web interface) on a daily or monthly          basis      b. The agency shall develop and submit three comprehensive reports considering three climatic            seasons.      c. Raw Data should be supplied in requisite format (.csv or .xlsx format)      d. Submission of the final report      e. The margin of error for the data collected from the data loggers should not be more than ±5%
The scope of the study will apply to 2000+ public health facilities with initial Phase I applicable to 150 health centres in chosen geographies
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