U.N. extends bid date to map Mexico’s small hydro

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has extended the deadline for bids to draft a map of small-scale hydroelectric generation potential in Mexico. Responses now are due October 17.

UNDP’s Mexico office seeks consultants under a program of Design and Strategic Planning for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development in Mexico (Plan Verde). (HNN 9/21/06) Work includes development of the map to assist in short- and medium-term decision making on the integration of small hydro into Mexico’s energy supply.

Prospective bidders are asked to submit non-mandatory expressions of interest by e-mail to the address below. Bidding documents may be obtained from the UNDP Mexico Internet site, www.undp.org.mx/licitacionesvigentes.aspx.

The deadline for requests for information or clarification has been extended to October 8. They must be delivered in writing or by e-mail to the address below. Responses now will be published by 6 p.m. October 11 on the UNDP Mexico Internet site.

Technical and economic bids, in Spanish, are to be delivered by e-mail in pdf form, or in separate envelopes by 4 p.m. October 17 to the address below.

For information, contact Alan Alor, Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo, Area de Adquisiciones, Presidente Masaryk 29, Piso 7, Colonia Chapultepec Morales, Mexico DF CP11570 Mexico; (55) 5263-9737; Fax: (55) 5255-0955; E-mail: alan.alor@undp.org.mx; Internet: www.undp.org.mx.

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