French town extends bidding for micro-hydro projects on water system

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The French commune of Voiron has extended the deadline for bids to supply and install two micro-hydro projects on a drinking water system. Bids now are due October 11.

Communaute d’agglomeration du Pays Voironnais previously called for bids by September 27.

Voiron is located in Isere Department of southeastern France, location of a number of dams and hydropower projects including Chambon Dam, the Breda hydro project, and the 12-MW Drac Inferieur project.

Communaute d’agglomeration du Pays Voironnais seeks bids to install micro-hydro projects Chloration and Malossane on the Pommiers-la-Placette drinking water system. The work is expected to require 24 months.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below. Applicants must use Dc1 (letter of application) and Dc2 (declaration of candidacy) forms that may be obtained from the Internet site

Bids in French now are due to the address below by noon October 11. For information, contact Communaute d’agglomeration du Pays Voironnais, Service Juridique, 40 rue Mainssieux, Attn.: Isabelle Bagdahn, 38500 Voiron, France; (33) 476931714; Fax: (33) 476931791; E-mail:; Internet:

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