Turbine components sought for Peru’s 210-MW Restitucion hydro project

The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) seeks bids to supply mechanical components for hydropower turbines of the 210-MW Restitucion hydroelectric project in Peru. Bids are due August 31.

UNOPS, which is providing rehabilitation assistance under a framework agreement with project operator Empresa de Electricidad del Peru S.A. (Electroperu), previously called for bids in June to supply valves and hydraulic controls for rehabilitation of Restitucion and Peru’s 798-MW Santiago Antunez de Mayolo hydroelectric project. It took bids June 30 to supply an improved thrust bearing system for turbine-generator groups at Santiago Antunez de Mayolo.

The hydro plants are part of the 1,008-MW Mantaro hydroelectric complex that also includes the 180-meter-tall Tablachaca Dam and a system of other dams that regulate flows on the Mantaro River.

In solicitation PEOC/14/91049/2264, UNOPS now seeks bids by 3 p.m. August 31 to supply mechanical components for hydropower turbines of Restitucion.

For information, contact Oficina de UNOPS en Peru, Complejo Javier Perez de Cuellar, Av. Perez Aranibar 750, Magdalena del Mar, Lima, Peru; (51) 1-6309999, extension 270; E-mail: veronicad@unops.org; Internet: https://www.unops.org/espanol/Opportunities/suppliers/Paginas/Business-opportunities.aspx.

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