Consultants recruited to advance 60-MW Loriberd in Armenia

The government of Armenia invites expressions of interest from consultants to draft a project information memorandum to help attract World Bank financing for the 60-MW Loriberd hydroelectric project on Armenia’s Debet River. Responses are due June 30.

The Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund seeks consultants for the Loriberd project as part of Armenia’s renewable energy project. The government recruited other consultants in May to develop a “roadmap” for Armenian renewable energy development until 2020. (HydroWorld 4/29/10)

The Loriberd project has been studied as part of the Debet River hydropower cascade since the early 1970s. Two studies were performed, a November 2004 feasibility study and an update and elaboration of that study made in 2007.

The current work is intended to facilitate due diligence of the project by the World Bank. The key deliverable is to be a project information memorandum that would summarize several detailed reports to support the effort.

Expressions of interest and qualifications are due by 6 p.m. June 30 to the address below. For information, contact Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund, Proshyan Str. 1st Lane, House 32, Attn.: Tamara Babayan, Yerevan 0019 Armenia; (374) 510-588011; Fax: (374) 510-545121; E-mail: director@r2e2.am, procurement@r2e2.am; Internet: www.r2e2.am.

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