Kazakhstan to seek grid, substation work for 300-MW Moinak hydro

Kazakhstan’s grid operator plans to seek bids for transmission line construction and substation work for the 300-MW Moinak hydroelectric project on Kazakhstan’s Charyn River.

Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Co. (KEGOC) proposes turnkey construction of transmission lines, including a 220-kilovolt Moinak-Sary-Ozek overhead line, a 220-kV Moinak-Shelek line, and a 220-kV line at Sary-Ozek substation. Work also would include substation extension and modernization, including construction of 220/110-kV outdoor switchgear at the Moinak hydro plant, extension and reconstruction of 220-kV Sary-Ozek substation, and 220-kV Shelek substation.

KEGOC, which expects to receive US$48 million in World Bank funding, previously recruited consultants for project management of the work. (HydroWorld 12/5/08)

Prospective bidders who want to be included on a mailing list to receive invitations to pre-qualify or bid are invited to contact the address below. For information, contact President Kanat Bozumbayev, Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Co., 37, Beibitshilik Str., Astana 010000 Kazakhstan; (7) 7172-970159; Fax: (7) 7172-970450; E-mail: kegoc@kegoc.kz; Internet: www.kegoc.kz.

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