Vietnam developer seeks bids to equip, construct 17-MW Ban Ang hydro project

Vietnam hydropower developer Nam Mo & Nam Non Hydropower Joint Stock Co. seeks bids to supply turbine-generators and other equipment and to complete construction of the 17-MW Ban Ang hydroelectric project in Vietnam. Bids are due March 6.

Other small hydro projects have advanced in Vietnam recently, including solicitations in 2014 to equip the 2.8-Son Vin project and the 7.5-MW Nam Nghe and 7.5-MW Dak Pring projects. Vietnam’s 156-MW Song Bung 4 hydropower project closed its river diversion and began reservoir impoundment late last year.

Nam Mo & Nam Non Hydropower now seeks bids for supply, installation, testing and commissioning of two 8.5-MW bulb turbine-generators, auxiliary mechanical equipment and electrical and control equipment as well as construction and completion of facilities of Ban Ang. The work is expected to require 690 days.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below for 1 million dong (US$46).

Bids are due by 9 a.m. March 6. For information, contact Mr. Dao Duy Tan, Nam Mo & Nam Non Hydropower Joint Stock Co., No. 7, 61A1 Alley, Duy Tan Road, Hung Dung Ward, Vinh City, Nghe An Province, Vietnam; (84) 383503666; Fax: (84) 383564068; E-mail:

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