Construction bids invited for Turkey’s 81.3-MW Yamanli 2

Turkish hydropower developer EnerjiSA Enerji Uretim A.S. seeks bids for construction and hydro-mechanical works of the 81.3-MW Yamanli 2 hydroelectric project on Turkey’s Goksu River. Bids are due November 1.

EnerjiSA, a joint venture of Turkish conglomerate Sabanci Holding and Austrian utility Verbund, received an 865 million euro (US$1.3 billion) credit in 2008 from the World Bank’s International Finance Corp., Turkish commercial bank Akbank, and European commercial bank WestLB headquartered in Germany. The funding is for 10 hydro plants, including Yamanli 2, and a gas-fired power plant in Turkey.

The developer seeks bids for construction of the Yamanli 2 weir and hydro project in Adana and Kahramanmaras provinces. The project includes a 14,800-meter-long, 3.5-meter-diameter power tunnel; concrete weir; inlet structure; powerhouse; fish passage; and other structures. The work is to be completed in 40 months.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below until noon October 28. Bids in Turkish are due by noon November 1.

For information, contact Melih Karadut, EnerjiSA Enerji Uretim A.S., Ceyhun Atif KANSU Cad. Ehlibeyt Mh. Ata Plaza No. 100/13 Balgat 06520 Ankara, Turkey; (90) 3125834067; Fax: (90) 3124738546; E-mail:; Internet:

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