U.N. agency seeks generator rehab equipment for Peru’s 798-MW Santiago Antunez de Mayolo hydro project

The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) seeks bids to supply thrust bearings, half-coils and other equipment for generator rehabilitation at Peru’s 798-MW Santiago Antunez de Mayolo hydroelectric project. Bids are due November 20.

UNOPS is providing rehabilitation assistance under a framework agreement with project operator Empresa de Electricidad del Peru S.A. (Electroperu).

The Santiago Antunez de Mayolo hydro plant is part of the 1,008-MW Mantaro hydroelectric complex that also includes the 180-meter-tall Tablachaca Dam, a system of other dams that regulate flows on the Mantaro River, and the 210-MW Restitucion hydro plant.

UNOPS seeks bids to supply thrust bearings, half-coils, and various parts and materials for maintenance of generators of the first and second stages of Santiago Antunez de Mayolo.

Bids are due to the address below by 3 p.m. November 20. 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 220; E-mail: jenniferb@unops.org; Internet: https://www.unops.org/espanol/Opportunities/suppliers/Paginas/Business-opportunities.aspx.

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