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Tanzania to implement solar water pumping project

The government of the United Republic of Tanzania has applied for financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Accelerating Solar Water Pumping via Innovative Financing (ASWPTIF) project.

It is intended that part of the proceeds will be applied towards payments under the contracts for supply, installation and maintenance of solar photovoltaic (PV) pumping systems for community facilities.

The Bank of Africa Tanzania now invites sealed bids from qualified bidder for the contract.

In the first bidding phase, approximately 82 solar PV pumps will be installed in two Lots in Dodoma and Singida Regions, for commissioning before June 2018.

Total size of the both packages is approximately 1,106kWp.

Lot 1: Dodoma: 39sites: 485kWp;

Lot 2: Singida: 43 sites: 621 kWp

Bidding will be conducted through national competitive procurement using a Request for Bids as specified in the World Bank’s “Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” (Procurement Regulations)dated July 2016 and revised in November 2017, and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Regulations.

Tanzania tender details

Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Bank of Africa Tanzania, and inspect the bidding document during office hours 09:00 to 16:00 at the address given below.

Managing Director

Bank of Africa Tanzania

NDC Development House

Ohio Street, Kivukoni

P.O Box 3054 Dar es Salaam,Tanzani

The bidding document in English may be secured by interested Bidders upon submission of a written application to the address below and registration of particulars as a bidder for this RfB, for any future notifications.

Bids must be delivered to the address above on or before 12:00 Tanzania, 22 January 2018.

Electronic bidding will not be permitted.

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