Tajikistan reopens bidding to equip 260-kW Dijik, 175-kW Shtinyon

Tajikistan’s Ministry of Energy and Industry has reopened bidding for supply and installation of equipment for two small hydro projects. The new bidding deadline is September 21.

In separate tenders, the ministry seeks bids for design, manufacture, testing, installation, and commissioning of electric generating plant and accessories for the 260-kW Dijik hydroelectric project in Ainin District of Sughd Oblast and the 175-kW Shtinyon project in Tavildara Direct Rule District. (HNN 6/26/07)

Bidding documents, in English, for each project may be obtained from the address below for 50 somoni on site, or for US$100 for delivery by courier, payable by bank transfer. Electronic copies in pdf format will be sent by e-mail free of charge. Bids are due in each case by 9:30 a.m. September 21.

For information, contact Community-Based Rural Power Supply Project, 77 Mushfiki St., Center for Development of Oil and Gas Industry, 3rd Floor, Dushanbe 734018 Tajikistan; Tel/Fax: (992) 37-2337824; E-mail: tajikistan@entercenergy.com.

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