Côte d'Ivoire plans to build two solar photovoltaic power plants


The Ivory Coast is planning the construction of two solar power plants.

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These solar photovoltaic plants will be located in Laboa and Touba in the Bafing region, in the west of the country. The programme concession is for 25 years. A prequalification request (RFQ) for the design, financing, construction and operation of two grid-connected photovoltaic solar power plants has been published since 21 June 2021 on the official website of COTE D’IVOIRE ENERGIES.

Interested parties must register with CI-Energies. Requests for prequalification must be submitted no later than 10:00 GMT on 6 September 2021. Only prequalified bidders will receive the request for proposal. Closing date for tenders: 10 a.m. GMT on 6 September.

The plants will be created on an IPP basis with a total installed capacity of at least 60 MWp, to be developed under the Scaling Solar program of the World Bank Group.

More information on the official website: https://www.cinergies.ci/2021/06/23/avis-a-manifestation-dinteret-2/

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