UPDATE – Honduras to seek additional equipment for small hydro projects

The government of Honduras announced it plans to seek proposals for electro-mechanical equipment for four small hydroelectric projects and steel or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe for three of the projects in various parts of the country.

With support of the European Union’s Asia and Latin America development program, tenders are to be sought by Honduras’ Secretaria Tecnica y de Cooperacion and utility Empresa Nacional de Energia Electrica.

In a supply contract forecast October 9, the government said it expects to seek proposals after 30 days have elapsed. The forecast said the government will seek supply and delivery of equipment �ranging from the guard valve to the substation connection� but not including the substation, for the Rio Quilio 2, Rio Yure, Rio Claro, and Rio Cuyamel (Las Champas) projects. (HNN 10/15/07)

In a supply contract forecast October 18, the government said it also expects to seek proposals after 30 days have elapsed for steel pressure pipes for Rio Quilio 2, high- and low-pressure PVC pipes for Rio Yure, and high-pressure PVC pipes for Rio Claro.

Applications and requests for information should not be sent until formal notices are issued.

Work is being carried out under an EU-funded program for independent power generation and energy efficiency, Generacion Autonoma y Uso Racional de Energia Electrica (GAUREE). (HNN 3/1/07)

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