Kenya seeks study of raising height of 40-MW Masinga Dam

Kenya Electricity Generating Co. Ltd. (KenGen) seeks bids from consultants to perform an environmental assessment of its plan to increase the height of 40-MW Masinga Dam on Kenya’s Tana River. Bids are due January 30.

The dam-raising project is part of the Kenya government’s energy sector recovery program, which includes hydro project refurbishment activity. (HNN 11/2/07) Kenya’s Energy Access Scale-up Program is to upgrade its entire energy supply system from 2008-2017 to accommodate additional demand.

Tender documents may be obtained from the Supply Chain Manager address below for 3,000 shillings (US$39). They also may be obtained from the KenGen Internet site, www.kengen.co.ke, under Procurement, with a 2,000 shilling (US$26) fee paid to any KenGen office or submitted by banker’s check with the bid.

Bids, labeled �Request for Proposals for Consultancy Services for Environmental Impact Assessment Study (EIA) for Raising of Masinga Dam,� are due by noon East African Time January 30 to Company Secretary, Legal &Corporate Affairs Director, Kenya Electricity Generating Co. Ltd., 7th Floor, Stima Plaza Phase III, Kolobot Road, Parklands, P.O. Box 47936-00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

For information, contact Supply Chain Manager, Kenya Electricity Generating Co. Ltd., Ground Floor, Stima Plaza Phase III, Kolobot Road, Parklands, P.O. Box 47936-00100, Nairobi, Kenya; (254) 20-3666000; Fax: (254) 20-3666200; Internet: www.kengen.co.ke.

Previous articleEastern Nile seeks multipurpose development program coordinator
Next articleTacoma Power, tribe reach settlement to relicense 131-MW Cushman

No posts to display