China seeks EM equipment for 18-MW Hongwawu

China’s international tendering agency seeks bids for electro-mechanical equipment for the 18-MW Hongwawu hydroelectric project in Jianshi County, Enshi Prefecture of Hubei Province. Bids are due July 20.

Hubei Guangrun Electricity Generation Co. Ltd. (HGEG) is carrying out a new phase of the World Bank-funded Hubei Hydropower Development in Poor Areas Project that includes construction of Hongwawu and 10-MW Zhamushui, also in Jianshi. (HNN 6/16/06) The program already is developing four hydro plants in Hubei Province: 36-MW Najitan, Youshui River; 110-MW Dongping, Zhongjian River; 50-MW Songshuling, Guandu River; and 30-MW Xiakou, Juhe River.

On behalf of HGEG, China’s CMC International Tendering Corp. now seeks bids for the following for Hongwawu:
o Package 1, supply and installation of electro-mechanical equipment for five generating units; and
o Package 2, supply and installation of metal structure.

The Hongwawu project is to include: a 41-meter-tall, 458-meter-long concrete-faced rockfill dam; a first-stage powerhouse containing two 4-MW generating units; a second-stage powerhouse containing two 4-MW and one 2-MW units; and a 4.6-kilometer 35-kilovolt transmission line to Zhamushui step-up station.

Bidding documents in English may be obtained from the first address below upon payment of 1,000 renminbi or US$125 in cash or cashier’s check. Express mail delivery requires another 500 renminbi (US$66). Bids are due by 10 a.m. July 20.

For information, contact Mr. Rao Aiming, Hubei Guangrun Electricity Generation Co. Ltd., 21st Floor, Block B, Century Plaza, Zhongnan Road, Wuhan, Hubei Province 430071 China; (86) 27-87260366; Fax: (86) 27-87260215; E-mail: raoaiming999@163.com; or Ms. Liu Xiaoling, CMC International Tendering Corp., Room 701, Genertec Plaza, No. 90, Xi San Huan Zhong Lu, Fengtai District, Beijing 100055 China; (86) 10-63348403; Fax: (86) 10-63373540.

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