GPTech Awarded Two-Year Task Order to Provide A&E Support in Solomon Islands

Posted on October 19, 2020 · Posted in Announcements, Projects

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) is excited to announce that it has been awarded a task order under the Global A&E II IDIQ for Solomon Islands Strengthening Competitiveness, Agriculture, Livelihoods and Environment (SCALE) – Architecture and Engineering Support (SCALE-A&E) Activity. SCALE, a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) program, was initiated to enhance the impact, sustainability, and scalability of local agriculture, natural resource management, and alternative livelihoods activities.

These A&E services are part of the overall SCALE Activity for developing local economies at a community scale to support further growth at the provincial and national levels. In addition, the SCALE Activity aims to drive expansion of market access and supporting infrastructure. In addition, SCALE will facilitate the development of untapped agricultural potential and underutilized resources to increase productivity and drive market access investments. Under the A&E task order, GPTech will support the objective of strengthening and expanding the agribusiness sector in Solomon Islands, particularly on the island of Malaita.

Phillip Green, President and Founder of GPTech, stated, “We are proud to be a part of the overall SCALE initiative and look forward to working closely with other implementing partners to ensure the program is a success.”

To read about SCALE in the local Solomon Islands news, please visit

 For further information about this project, please contact Phillip Green at

About Green Powered Technology:  Green Powered Technology is an SBA 8(a), Veteran-Owned firm guided by the principle that a business can do good. We help governments, private sector enterprises, and other stakeholders in countries worldwide develop traditional and renewable power generation projects, improve their procurement practices, and ensure that the benefits of modern energy systems are shared by all members of society.