Cote d’Ivoire, Call for EPC to build and strengthen T&D lines
- Submission Deadline: September 12, 2017
- Details in attached document (note: this tender is in French)
- Power Africa POC for more questions:
- Koménan KOFFI
USAID || US Embassy — Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
T: +225 22 49 46 54 M: +225 05 11 90 93
Kenya, Back-up Generator for Kamburu Hydropower Station
- Deadlines: Mandatory site visit on 6 September 2017 at 10:00am at Kamburu Power station. Deadline for submissions: 26 September 2017 at 10:00am.
- Details: Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) invites eligible bidders for the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a 500KVA emergency diesel generator for Kamburu Hydropower Station. See more information here.
Rwanda, Power Supplies for the Scaling-up Energy Access Project
- Deadline: August 29, 2017 for components 1 and 4; August 31, 2017 for components 2 and 3
- Details: Rwanda’s Energy Development Corporation Ltd invites bids for the supply of various components for the Scaling-up Energy Access Project (more information here). The components include supply and deliver of:
1. Electric poles
2. 30kV distribution transformers and overhead switch gears
3. Electronic pre-paid energy meters and required accessories
4. Cables, conductors, and MV/LV line accessories
- For more information on submission requirements, see here.
Senegal, Acquisition of modular prepaid meters and portable test benches
- Deadline: September 20, 2017; 09:30 am (local time)
- Details: Senelec has secured ESF funds as part of its Priority Action Plan 2017 to finance the acquisition of meters, and intends to use a portion of these funds to make market payments relating to the “Acquisition of Prepaid Modular Meters and Portable Test Benches”. For more information, see here.
- Senelec POC: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ethiopia Electric Power Pre-qualification for the procurement of full drilling services for the Tendaho Geothermal project
- Deadline: October 2, 2017
- Details: Details and bid document may be found here.
- Summary: Ethiopia Electric Power will be the recipient of AFD and EU-ITF funds for the Tendaho Phase I activities. The Tendaho Geothermal Power Project intends to develop the resources in the project area in two phases. The main objectives of the Tendaho Phase I Project are:
i) the successful completion of the first round of shallow production well drilling and finalization of the relevant feasibility studies, which will define and develop the shallow reservoir allowing near-term exploitation of the shallow resource at the maximum sustainable capacity (presently estimated to be approximately 10 to 12 MW).
ii) Drilling of two deep (up to 2,500 m) wells to investigate the deep reservoir, which would ultimately increase the field capacity to an estimated 100 MW or more.
The drilling services required for Tendaho Phase I include the drilling of six (6) high-temperature, shallow wells aimed at reaching the desired initial energy output and the drilling of two (2) deep exploration wells to investigate the deep reservoir for future expansion. The PMU therefore plans to pre-qualify Full Services Drilling Companies (FSDCs) to undertake the Phase I drilling operations and well testing in the Dubti field at the Tendaho geothermal project area. During the drilling, the selected FSDC will bring its own rig(s), and other equipment, and key experts and the PMU will work as seconded staffs for capacity building and knowledge transfer.
- Contact: Tesfaye Tamirat
Ethiopian Electric Power, PO Box 1233
Addis Abeba, Ethiopia