Ukraine hydro program seeks transmission feasibility study

The Ukraine government invites expressions of interest from consultants to perform a feasibility study of upgrading its transmission grid to support the Ukraine’s hydropower rehabilitation program. Responses are due February 1, 2010.

With World Bank funding, the Ukraine is carrying out a hydropower rehabilitation program to improve operational stability and reliability of hydroelectric plants. (HydroWorld 11/23/09) In August 2009, the Ministry of Fuel and Energy recruited consultants to help develop legislation governing construction of power sector infrastructure facilities. (HydroWorld 8/21/09)

In the current solicitation, the Ministry of Fuel and Energy seeks consultants to prepare a feasibility study of the second phase of its Power Transmission Project, including review of previous transmission studies, identification of priority investments, cost estimates, environmental assessment, and development of a procurement plan and implementation schedule.

Expressions of interest and qualifications are due by February 1 to Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine, Attn.: Deputy Minister Pavlusha, 30 Khreschatyk St., 04080, Kyiv, Ukraine; (380) 44-2063804; Fax: (380) 44-2394469; E-mail: pavlusha@mintop.energy.gov.ua; Internet: www.mpe.kmu.gov.ua.

For information, contact Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine, Energy Sector Reform and Development Program Coordination Unit, Attn.: Mr. Tolmachov, Head of the Coordination Unit, 85 Frunze St., Office 408, 04080 Kyiv, Ukraine; (380) 44-2065147; Fax: (380) 44-2065129; E-mail: tolmachov@mintop.energy.gov.ua; Internet: www.mpe.energy.gov.ua.

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Ukraine hydro program seeks power sector legislation

The Ukraine government invites expressions of interest in developing new power sector legislation under the auspices of its hydropower rehabilitation program. Responses are due September 10, 2009.

With World Bank funding, the Ukraine is carrying out a hydropower rehabilitation program to improve operational stability and reliability of hydroelectric plants. Ukraine utility OJSC UkrHydroEnergo currently seeks bids by October 20 to supply protection and control systems for eight hydroelectric projects and the utility’s hydro dispatching center. (HydroWorld 7/16/09)

In the current solicitation, the Ministry of Fuel and Energy seeks consultants to help develop legislation governing regulation of construction of power sector infrastructure facilities. Work includes analysis of existing laws plus recommendations for statutory changes to conform to laws governing the European Union in the area of power sector infrastructure.

The ministry also seeks recommendations for establishing a procedure for design, construction, and commissioning of power sector infrastructure facilities.

Expressions of interest are due September 10 to Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine, Attn.: Mr. Pavlusha, Deputy Minister, 30 Khreschatyk St., 04080 Kyiv, Ukraine; (380) 44-2063804; Fax: (380) 44-2394469; E-mail: pavlusha@mintop.energy.gov.ua; Internet: www.mpe.kmu.gov.ua.

For information, contact Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine, Energy Sector Reform and Development Program Coordination Unit, Attn.: Mr. Tolmachov, Head of the Coordination Unit, 85 Frunze St., Office 408, 04080 Kyiv, Ukraine; (380) 44-2065147; Fax: (380) 44-2065129; E-mail: tolmachov@mintop.energy.gov.ua; Internet: www.mpe.energy.gov.ua.