Ghana

Deadline date: 17 June 2019

The government of Burkina Faso has obtained funding from the World Bank and intends to use part of this funding to cover the related services; the establishment of an action plan for the installation (PAR) for the realisation of rural electrification networks in Burkina Faso.

This electrification along the 330 kV line concerns 154 to 179 rural locations and will be done by conventional 33 kV three-phase lines connected to networks existing in the vicinity (106 localities) or by 34.5 kV lines connected to the line guard cables.

SONABEL, the executing partnership agency, acting on behalf of government, is now inviting consultants who are eligible to provide the services. 

Interested consultants should provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services (brochures, description of similar tasks, experience in similar fields, availability of necessary knowledge among staff, etc.). Consultants can partner to strengthen their skills.

A successful consultant will be selected according to the method based on technical quality and cost.

Interested applicants may obtain further information at the address below:

Coordinator of the electrification rural component in Burkina Faso of the WAPP Northern Dorsal Project

National Electricity Company of Burkina (SONABEL)

01 BP 54 Ouagadougou 01

Burkina Faso

Tel: +226 25 34 65 65

Email: joachim.ouedraogo@sonabel.bf

Expressions of interest, in French, contained in sealed envelopes must be submitted no later than 17 June 2019 at 9:00 GMT to the following address:

Mr. Director General

National Electricity Company of Burkina (SONABEL)

55, Avenue de la Nation

01 BP 54 Or agadougou01

Burkina Faso

Tel: +226 25 30 61 00

Email: mail@sonabel.bf

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