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Graphic Designer for The 8th ASEAN Energy Outlook (AEO8)

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6 May 2024


Established on 1 January 1999, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) is an independent intergovernmental organisation within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) structure that represents the interest of the 10 ASEAN Member States (AMS) in the energy sector.

The Centre accelerates the integration of energy strategies within ASEAN by providing relevant information and expertise to ensure the necessary energy policies and programmes are in harmony with the economic growth and the environmental sustainability of the region.

Part of the efforts to fulfil its function as a regional centre of excellence that builds a coherent, coordinated, focused and robust energy policy agenda and strategy for ASEAN, ACE conducts joint studies, policy dialogues and capacity buildings for ASEAN Member States to support the implementation of the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025.

Having a think tank role, ACE has published seven series of AEO, constantly improving its capacity to produce Outlook internally. One of the projects that ACE is implementing to support the APAEC is the 8th edition of the ASEAN Energy Outlook 8 (AEO8). The last publication, AEO7, explores four scenarios – three of which were modelled in AEO5 and AEO6 as well, plus a new scenario focused on the least cost option in the power sector. The four scenarios explore different strategies and escalating levels of ambition and their implications: Baseline Scenario, AMS Targets Scenario (ATS), Regional Approach Scenario (RAS), and Least-Cost Optimisation (LCO) Scenario. To extend this accomplishment, ACE is currently developing the AEO8 to provide deeper energy analysis and recommendations, especially as the region is approaching the 2025 targets and is in the preparation for the next cycle of APAEC.

To support the information dissemination on energy and data analysis, AEO8 is seeking an experienced consultant as Graphic Designer (part-time/on-task basis).


  1. The consultant awarded with the assignment will be hired from June 2024 until October 2024 (publication of the deliverables on approx. September 2024) and obliged to work within the required deadlines and be available for a call if needed.
  2. The consultant will undertake this work for the above-mentioned period with the fee on task basis, which can be continuous or intermittent due to the further discussion between ACE and consultant.


The consultant will be assigned to provide technical design to the ACE in delivering the product as per the following detail:

  1. Objective of the assignment
    • To assist the Communication and Media Officer of the project or any designated person in developing visualisation for the project’s product, such as but not limited to report, etc.
    • To prepare, support, and present the findings through visual media analysis.
  2. Scope of work

The consultant is expected to design and produce the visualisation for the following products, but may not limited to:

During the contract period, the estimated number of the works are: two(2) report and social media posts. However, the actual number will be on the need basis, hence no confirmation to be provided.


The implementation of the design process will involve various parties under the direction of the AEO8 Team member and Communication Officer, or designated person, including ad-hoc language editor.

The consultant will be engaged on task basis to design the project products, such as but not limited to report and executive summary, etc.

Whichever the mechanism proposed and agreed, the consultant must:

  1. To present the idea for the design, referring to the guideline.
  2. To develop the design, based on the directive.
  3. To finalise the design
  4. To submit the final work within the schedule.

Design reference: All designed will be referred to the existing standard design by the project, to maintain the visualisation image and consistency of the message. However, designed enhancement is welcomed.


With a role to produce infographic, the graphic designer should meet the following requirements:

  1. A proven graphic designing experience; having experience with ASEAN entities or development agencies is preferred.
  2. Possession of creative flair, versatility, conceptual/visual ability and originality.
  3. Demonstrable graphic design skills with a strong portfolio.
  4. Ability to interact, communicate and present ideas.
  5. Up to date with industry-leading software and technologies.
  6. Highly proficient in all design aspects.
  7. Ability to work independently, as well as closely with the PIC from the project.
  8. Ability to prioritise and manage multiple projects under tight timelines.
  9. Flexibility to work successfully in a fast-paced environment.


Interested consultant invited to submit a proposal in response to these Terms of Reference (Max. 10 pages).

  1. Quotation or proposal. Specific offer for each type of publications is mandatory (i.e., for report and executive summary, indicate specific rate, and duration (day) of work), following ANNEX 1 (one) to this ToR.
  2. Company Profile/CV and Portfolio.
  3. Other relevant documents, if necessary (proof/evidence of achievement in graphic design)


You may apply by sending your proposal to [email protected] cc aeo8@aseanenergy on or before 6 May 2024. Please indicate the subject heading: AEO8 Graphic Designer

Preliminary Framework and Guideline for Power Data Sharing to Accelerate the Expansion of Multilateral Electricity Trading in ASEAN

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19 April 2024


Preliminary Framework and Guideline for Power Data Sharing to Accelerate the Expansion of Multilateral Electricity Trading in ASEAN


Individual Expert Consultant on Data Sharing in Power Sector.


The objectives of the project are:
1. Drafting the preliminary framework and guideline for power data sharing to accelerate the expansion of multilateral power trading in ASEAN.
2. Delivering the 3rd Data Sharing Workshop for APG Stakeholders to seek feedback for the proposed framework and guideline, to determine the roles of stakeholders, and to seek approval and recommendation for the first stage of data-sharing implementation.


The consultant awarded with the assignment will be hired for up to two (2) months from May until June 2024, obliged to work within the required deadlines, and available for calls or meetings, virtually and in person, as needed.
The consultant will undertake this project for a period in line with Table 1 of clause VI, which can be continuous or intermittent due to further discussion between ACE and the consultant.


ACE requires an individual consulting service provider with proven experience and capacity to provide the necessary tasks, outputs/deliverables as described above.

  • The expertise of an individual consultant: The consulting service provider should demonstrate proven records of delivery for similar tasks/products over the most recent five years. Bidders are to attest their expertise by submitting, e.g., reports, studies, consultancy products, and data management related to the aim of the consultancy.
  • Consultant should demonstrate a proven records of 10 years of experience in either global and/or ASEAN policy experts and/or data sharing best practices in power sector.
  • Individual expert who has international experience on assisting / establishing/ involve in the development of the framework/governance of data sharing in the international level or more than two countries in different regions where data sharing enables the multilateral electricity trading is preferrable. Experience in technical assistance to develop data sharing platforms is greatly valued.
  • Excellent command of English and the capacity to write high-quality reports in the language; the ability to deliver high-quality workshops and discussions in English is also required.
  • Capacity and flexibility to complete the assignment within the required time frame.


The proposal should be submitted to [email protected] and cc [email protected] and [email protected] by 19 April 2024 (GMT+7). Technical and Financial proposals are to be submitted as two (2) separate electronic files. The proposals are to be submitted in pdf format. Please indicate the subject heading: Document for Data Sharing Consultant.