Vietnam seeks aid for renewables program including hydro

The government of Vietnam invites expressions of interest from consultants in two solicitations to help develop a renewable small power program including hydropower. Responses are due November 30 and December 1.

With funding from the World Bank’s Global Environment Facility, the government seeks to alleviate poverty in rural areas and improve the overall efficiency of power system service in the country. The program is aimed at developing community-based utilities powered by renewable resources and includes rehabilitation of small hydro projects and development of new ones.

Development of standardized power purchase agreement

The Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam seeks expressions of interest and qualifications by November 30 from consultants to develop a standardized power purchase agreement for renewable energy small power producers.

Responses are due to both the following addresses by e-mail or hard copy. For information, contact:
o Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam, Ministry of Industry, Attn.: Ms. Dao Minh Hien, Director, Tariff and Fees Dept., 11 Khuat Duy Tien St., Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam; (84) 4-5543224; Fax: (84) 4-5543021; E-mail: hiendm@moi.gov.vn;
o Copy to: Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam, Ministry of Industry, Attn.: Mr. Pham Manh Thang, Deputy Director General, 11 Khuat Duy Tien St., Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam; (84) 4-5543049; Fax: (84) 4-5543021; E-mail: thangpm@moi.gov.vn.

Advisory assistance for program preparation

The Ministry of Industry seeks expressions of interest and qualifications by December 1 from consultants to provide assistance in preparation of the renewable energy small power producer program.

Responses are due to the address below by e-mail or hard copy. For information, contact: Director of Energy and Petroleum Dept., Ministry of Industry, Attn.: Mr. Ta Van Huong, 54 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam; (84) 4-8258149; Fax: (84) 4-9349412; E-mail: huongtv@moi.gov.vn.

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