Deadline date: 10 April 2019
The Republic of Guinea-Bissau has obtained funds from the West African Development Bank (BOAD) to finance solar power plant projects with a capacity of 20MWp and two 1MWp mini-grid in Gabu and Canchungo.
SABER, acting as delegated contracting authority for the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, solicits closed bids from eligible candidates who meet the qualifications required to carry out the following work:
Lot 1: Construction of a 20MWp solar PV power plant at the Gardete site located about 8km from the city of Bissau, equipment and 30kV interconnection lines with the Bôr substation. Bidders are required to make a proposal for alternative energy storage;
Lot 2: Construction of a 1MWp solar PV power plant with diesel generators to hybridise its operation, energy storage by batteries and the medium and low voltage power line for the locality of Canchungo.
Lot 3: Construction of a 1MWp solar PV power plant with diesel generators to hybridise its operation, energy storage by batteries and the medium and low voltage power line for the locality of Gabu.
Participation in this open international tender as defined in the Guidelines for the award of works, goods and services (other than consultancy services) financed by a loan or advance of funds from BOAD, is open to all eligible applicants who meet the conditions set out in this tender dossier and who are not subject to the provisions of the guidelines.
Bidding documents have been made available at the address below from Monday to Friday
Reconciliation Square Quartier Atchanté
Phone: (+228) 22 53 66 00
Tenders must be written in French. The offers will be presented in an original version and three copies and deposited at the following address at the new headquarters of SABER, Place de la Reconciliation – Quartier Atchanté – 07 BP: 13388 Lomé – Togo no later than 10 April 2019 at 10:00 local time.
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