Tunisia Releases Three Renewable Energy Tenders Totalling 1600MW

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  • The government of Tunisia has launched three separate IPP tender calls for renewable energy projects totalling around 1600MW.

Tunisia’s Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy has tendered for 8 X1 00MW solar PV projects. The tender consists of four separate rounds leading up to 2025.  Link to tender HERE (in French).

The second tender is for 8 x 75MW wind farms also over four rounds leading up to 2025. Link to tender document HERE (in French).

The third tender is for the construction of two solar PV plants, one on 300 hectares in Hecha in the governorate of Gabes and the second on 270 hectares in Khobna in the governorate of Sidi Bouzid. Link to tender document HERE (in French).

The three tenders are organised within the framework of the National Renewable Energy Development Programme.

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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