The contract will be offered on a Engineer Procure Construct/Turnkey (EPC) basis for the development of three off-grid, hybrid solar mini grids, of approximately 3.7 MWp, 2 MWp and 8 MWp comprised of six lots, one generation and one distribution network for each site. There are no restrictions or preference on the number of lots that may be bid on. Construction of the various lots is not expected to occur simultaneously. The procurement process will use a Standard Procurement Document (SPD) Request for Proposals (RFPs) for Works (Engineer Procure Construct/Turnkey (EPC), under international competitive procurement, without Initial Selection, for a Two stage Request for Proposals (RFP) selection method. The SPD incorporates provisions to reflect Environmental and Social obligations.

Extended TitleHybrid Solar Off-grid Power Generation and Distribution (NURU)
Extended Description

PV-battery hybrid electricity generation plant (approx. 8 MWp PV capacity) with backup generation.

Publication Date2021-06-29
CountryCongo
Procurement StatusFuture
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationNURU Sarl
AddressNo 1 Avenue Cajed — Quartier Ndosho
TownGoma
Phone+243 799873036
Fax+243 899540396
Class Code45251000
Class DescriptionConstruction works for power plants and heating plants
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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