Mali

Deadline date: 15 October 2019

The government of Mali has received financing from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) for the cost of a solar energy project with storage.

The project is for the development of rural electrification and government intends to use part of the funds to make payments under the contract for the realisation of two photovoltaic plants at Saye and Sarro with a unit capacity of 1.3MWp with a BESS storage system (1.5MW-2MWh in VRB).

The Malian Agency for the Development of Domestic Energy and Rural Electrification (AMADER) now invites tenders for realisation of the above mentioned contract.

Interested bidders may obtain additional information and examine the tender documents at the Malian Agency for Domestic Energy Development and Rural Electrification (AMADER) Hill of Badalabougou, Building No. 2 of the former CRES, Office of the Procurement Specialist (SPM), Bamako, every working day from 08:30a to 15:30pm.

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A complete set of tender documents in French can be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written request to the address below and on payment of a non-refundable amount of 500,000 FCFA ($834).

Malian Agency for the Development of Domestic Energy and Rural Electrification (AMADER)

Mrs Sissoko Sekoba Sissoko

Secretariat of the President and CEO

Hill of Badalabougou, Building No. 2 of former CRES

BP E 715, Bamako,

Republic of Mali

Tel: 00223 20 23 85 67/20 23 82 78

Fax: 00223 20 23 82 39

Email: amader@amadermali.net

All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 160 million FCFA ($267,664) or an equivalent amount in freely convertible currency and delivered to the address above no later than 15 October 2019 at 10:00am.

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