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Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company BOO tender

The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) seeks to develop a 600MW BOO solar photovoltaic (PV) power project in West of Nile Area with participation of private sector.

EETC now invites experienced foreign developers/ investors to submit their technical and financial experience on Build Own Operate (BOO) under usufruct agreement with NREA (that the project land ownership will be transferred to NREA without any constraints by the end of the project life-time of 25 years).

The developers will design, finance, construct, own and operate the plant.

EETC will purchase the produced electricity according under the conditions stated in the Power Purchase Agreement.

BOO tender requirements

Interested bidders should have previous experience in implementing three PV power plants with at least a capacity of 100MW of each.

Bidders are requested to submit three financial statements audited by certified an auditing firm for the last three years.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below from 10 December 2017, subsequent to a payment of $10,000 in cash or cheque payable to the EETC’s bank account no: 659291, Export Development Bank of Egypt, Swift



The pre-qualification documents shall be submitted to EETC- Head of Purchases Sector, no later than 14 January 2018 at 12:00 noon.

Head of Purchases Sector

Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC)

Emtedad Ramsis St,

Abbassia, Cairo

Arab Republic of Egypt

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Babalwa Bungane
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