Morocco seeks environmental study of 33-MW Tilougguit

Morocco’s Office National de Electricite (ONE) seeks consultants to perform an environmental impact assessment of the 33-MW Tilougguit hydroelectric project to be built on the Assif Ahancal River. Responses are due December 4.

With financial aid from Germany’s Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW), ONE seeks an environmental study of Tilougguit and an impact study of the rupture of Masterfane Dam.

The project is to be upstream from the Bin el Ouidane hydroelectric plant in the Atlas Mountains, 40 kilometers southeast of Beni Mellal. Coyne et Bellier of France has conducted studies of the site.

Bidding documents may be obtained from the German Office for Foreign Trade, Bundesagentur fur Aussenwirtschaft, Internet site at https://www.bfai.de/EN/Navigation/KfW-Tender-Search/search-kfw-tender.html.

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