FNB Namibia Holdings
In recent reports it has been noted that the City of Windhoek in Namibia seeks to address water and energy insecurity and for that the municipality requires $33 billion.

This statement was included in Namibia’s submission report on their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions in September 2015 before the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Among other targets, Namibia intends to increase the share of renewable energy in electricity production from 33% in 2010 to about 70% in 2030.

The country seeks to also implement an energy efficiency programme to reduce consumption by about 10% in 2030.

Tender information

The City of Windhoek is  inviting interested applicants to bid for the supply, installation and commissioning of multi-function power and energy meters at various pump stations and plants.

Tender documents have been made available from 3rd May 2016 and can be collected upon payment of $16.4 (N$250) that will not be refundable from the Customer Care Centre, at the physical address below:

Rev. Micheal Scott Street, Head office, City of Windhoek.

City of Windhoek: briefing meeting

Interested bidders are expected to attend a compulsory briefing meeting that will be held on Monday 23rd May 2016 at 10:00am at the premises of the department of infrastructure, water and technical services.

The address is as follow:

Bulk Water, Waste Water offices Pullman Street 63-65, Windhoek.

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