ECODIT Awarded the USAID Energy II IDIQ

USAID has awarded a prime contract to ECODIT for the Energy II Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract (IDIQ). This IDIQ will promote sustainable energy development in the countries in which USAID works. ECODIT’s Consortium for the Energy II IDIQ includes eight subcontractors who will bring a strong and diverse array of capabilities to address the greatest energy challenges worldwide. ECODIT was one of three U.S. small businesses to receive this award.

The Energy II IDIQ has a five-year ordering period and an aggregate maximum ceiling of $500 million. The program will provide USAID Missions, regional Bureaus, and host country stakeholders and partners with technical assistance and capacity building to manage the legal, regulatory, policy, governance, operational, financial, economic, and transactional components of improved energy sector performance, and to strengthen the enabling environment for private sector investment. It also will include energy activities in the areas of agriculture and food security, economic growth and trade, democracy, rights and governance, education, climate variability and change, human population and health, social development and gender equality, disaster mitigation and response, reconstruction, environmental and natural resource management, and urban development.

“ECODIT has extensive experience managing complex USAID energy projects and providing training and technical assistance to governments, utilities, regulators, and businesses,” said ECODIT Vice President for Energy Richard Edwards. “We are looking forward to leveraging this experience to support USAID to increase access to clean, reliable energy around the world.”

ECODIT has a proven record supporting USAID’s energy programs worldwide, including in the Caribbean, Central America, Central and South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa. ECODIT’s work in the sector has led to increased energy trade, improved legal and regulatory frameworks, increased financing for clean energy, and improved enabling environments. To learn more about ECODIT, visit and follow the firm’s accounts on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.