Tunisia Announces 70 MW solar PV Tender

  • Tunisia’s Ministry of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies has announced a tender for the development and construction of six solar power plants with an installed power capacity of 10 MW each and ten 1 MW small solar projects.

The deadline to submit project proposals is November 26 and plants will have to be constructed under the Build Own Operate (BOO) model. Winning projects will sell electricity to Tunisia’s state-owned utility, Société Tunisienne de l’électricité et du gaz (STEG) under a long-term PPA.

Interested project proponents are invited to submit an application for a project to produce electricity from renewable energies as part of the permit system in accordance with the provisions of Decree 2016-1123 and the Manual of Procedures available on the website. website of the Ministry of Industry and Small and Medium Enterprises Authorization

Applications must be submitted before midday (Tunis time) on November 26, 2019 to the following address:

Ministry of Industry and Small and Medium Enterprises
86 Avenue Mohamed V, 1002 Tunis, Tunisia

For clarifications, addendum, tariff calculation sheet and any additional information, the project holders must announce their interest to participate in the call for project by e-mail with request for acknowledgment of receipt to the address: ipper .autorisation @ energiemines.gov.tn

Link to tender here

Author: GBA News Desk

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Earlier this year, Seraphim climbed into Bloomberg’s Top 10 Tier 1 ranking making their modules highly bankable. EPC’s and IPP’s operating in South Africa and the rest of the African continent are encourage to place orders with Seraphim in order to support local industry and job creation.

Prices and range are highly competitive catering for the small and large scale projects. The Seraphim sales department is ready to take your enquiry, simply drop them a mail: sales@seraphim-solar.co.za

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