Turkey developer again seeks bids to build 8-MW Dagdelen

Turkish hydropower developer EnerjiSA Enerji Uretim A.S. seeks bids to build and equip the 8-MW Dagdelen weir and hydroelectric project on Turkey’s Ceyhan River. Bids are due July 24.

EnerjiSA, a joint venture of Turkish conglomerate Sabanci Holding and Austrian utility Verbund, originally called for bids in 2009 to build Dagdelen in Turkey’s Kahramanmaras Province. (HydroWorld 12/17/08)

The European Investment Bank agreed to lend 135 million euros (US$213 million) to EnerjiSA in 2008 to support construction of eight hydroelectric projects in southeastern Turkey including Dagdelen. (HydroWorld 7/23/08) EnerjiSA also signed an 865 million euro (US$1.3 billion) credit agreement with the World Bank’s International Finance Corp., Turkish commercial bank Akbank, and European commercial bank WestLB.

EnergiSA seeks hydro-mechanical equipment supply and construction work for Dagdelen weir and hydro project. The project includes a concrete weir, inlet structure, powerhouse, fish passage, and other structures. The work is to require 29 months.

Bid documents may be obtained from the address below until noon July 14. Bids, in Turkish, are due by noon July 24.

For information, contact Anil Kosar, EnerjiSA Energi Uretim A.S., Ceyhun Atif Kansu Cad. Ehlibeyt Mh. Baskent Plaza No. 106 Kat: 8 Balgat, 06520 Ankara, Turkey; (90) 31-25834039; Fax: (90) 31-24738546; E-mail: akosar@enerjisa.com.tr; Internet: www.enerjisa.com.tr.

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