The Republic of Guinea-Bissau requested and obtained funds from the West African Development Bank (BOAD) to finance the construction of a 20 MW photovoltaic power plant near Bissau and two 1 MW mini-plants in Gabu and Cachungo.
The African Biofuel and Renewable Energy Company (SABER-ABREC) on behalf of the Government of Guinea-Bissau requests the submission of proposals by eligible candidates who meet the requirements for the following work:
Lot 1: Construction of a 20MW photovoltaic power station in Gardete about 8 km from Bissau and connection to the 30kV line of the Bor substation. Applicants should include a proposal with variants for energy storage. The work is expected to last 20 months;
Lot 2: construction of a 1 MW hybrid photovoltaic power plant with diesel generators to support its operation and energy storage through batteries. The project will take place in Canchungo with a planned duration of 14 months;
Lot 3: construction of a 1 MW hybrid photovoltaic power plant with diesel generators to support its operation and energy storage through batteries. The project will take place in Gabu with a planned duration of 14 months.
Interested candidates can obtain more information through SABER, Place de la Réconciliation Quartier Atchanté 07 BPI 13388 Lomé - Togo, tel: +228 22 53 66 00, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as the specifications, between Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.
A visit to the projects will be organized between March 13 to 15, 2019.
The deadline for submission of proposals is March 27 at 10.00 GMT.
More information available here.
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