- The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has launched a tender for the construction of five concentrated solar power (CSP) plants to power water desalination plants on the north coast.
- The plants will be built under a 25-year build-own-operate (BOO) contract.
- Submission deadline is 12 pm on 27 September.
The power generated will be connected to the national electricity grid and purchased by the Electricity Ministry. The plants will have a combined capacity of 250 MW and will help desalinate over 400k cubic meters of water per day.
Establishment and operation of five CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) stations for electricity generation connected to a private grid and production of drinking water on the northwest coast using the BOO system.
In alignment with the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy’s initiative to maximize and develop the utilization of green energy sources, the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company invites experienced entities to compete for the establishment and operation of five CSP stations for electricity generation connected to a private grid and the production of drinking water on the northwest coast using the BOO system for a duration of 25 years.
The company invites interested entities to submit letters of intent, including their estimated tariff for the sale of electricity and drinking water.
Documents related to the process can be obtained from the office of the General Manager of Purchases and Stores at the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy Building, Administrative Capital, 2nd floor, with an officially stamped and approved authorization letter, starting from August 17, 2023, until August 30, 2023, for a fee of $500 payable to the company’s treasury in cash or by an acceptable check.
All proposals must be submitted by noon on September 27, 2023.
For further inquiries, please contact the office of the Engineer, a member of the Board of Directors, responsible for planning, research, and power projects.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: (+202) 20533400
Link to tender document HERE (in Arabic)
Author: Bryan Groenendaal