Kyrgyzstan seeks electrical components, instrumentation to refurbish 1,200-MW Toktogul hydro project

Kyrgyzstan utility Electric Power Plants (EPP) again seeks bids to replace electrical components, auxiliaries, and instrumentation as part of refurbishment of the 1,200-MW Toktogul hydroelectric project on Kyrgyzstan’s Naryn River. Bids are due July 16.

EPP issued a similar solicitation in 2013 for electrical components, auxiliaries, and instrumentation for Toktogul.

The utility previously called for bids by June 22 to replace electrical components including high-voltage cables for the project. It took bids in March for underwater inspection services and last year recruited consultants to assist in Phases 2 and 3 of the Toktogul’s rehabilitation.

EPP currently seeks bids for replacement of electrical components, auxiliaries, and instrumentation at Toktogul, including Lot 2, replacement of secondary electrical and mechanical components.

A solicitation notice may be obtained from the Asian Development Bank Internet site,, under

Bid documents in English may be obtained for US$300 by written application to the address below. Payment is by cash or transfer via a bank account of the EPP Project Implementation Unit: OJSC ROSINBANK, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, Account No. 30111840800000000027, BIC-SWIFT: RINBKG22; in favor of Project Implementation Unit of Open Joint Stock Company Electric Power Plants for Bidding Documents, Account No. 1360040037163663; Beneficiary Bank: OSJC INVESTTRADEBANK, 45, Dubininskaya St., 115054 Moscow, Russia, Account: 04418375, BIC-SWIFT: INVJRUMM; Intermediary (Corr.) Bank: DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY AMERICAS, New York, USA, BIC-SWIFT: BKTRUS33.

Bids are due by 2 p.m. July 16 to Office 514 of the address below. For information, contact: Open Joint Stock Company Electric Power Plants, Project Implementation Unit, 326 Jibek Jolu Ave., Office 525, 720070, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic; (996) 312-670273; Fax: (996) 312-662054; E-mail:


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