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The government of Kenya received financing from the Nordic Development Fund towards the cost of Kenya Electricity Expansion Project (KEEP).

It is intended that part of the proceeds will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for plant supply, installation and commissioning of 550kW Solar at Lodwar Power Station.

Kenya Electricity Expansion Project – information

The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited (KPLC) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for contract, which consists of the major works to be carried out by the contractor of the KEEP.

The works include the installation of solar energy and battery storage system.

International competitive bidding method with ‘Single Stage’ Bidding Procedures will be followed in accordance with the World Bank’s Rules and Procedures for Procurement of Goods and Works.

Interested bidders may obtain further information from the Chief Engineer at the address below:

Chief Engineer, Off-Grid Power Stations,

The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited,

Electricity House, Harambee Avenue,

P O Box 30099 – 00100

Nairobi, Kenya

A complete set of bidding documents in English may be downloaded without any fee by interested bidders at www.kplc.co.ke or purchased upon payment of a non-refundable fee of KShs. 1,000 ($10).

The method of payment will be cash or Bankers cheque, payable at the Chief Accountant’s Office, KPLC, Stima Plaza, 1st Floor and receipt obtained.

Submissions

Bids must be delivered to the office address given below at or before 10:00am East Africa Local Time on 20 June 2017 and must be accompanied by a security of ($56) or Kenya Shillings 6,000,000.

The address referred to is as follows:

General Manager, Corporate Affairs & Company Secretary,

The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited,

Stima Plaza, 7th Floor, Kolobot Road, Parklands,

P O Box 30099 – 00100

Nairobi, Kenya

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