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AISEM - Infrastructure Agency Health and ...... South America funded

Tenders Are Invited For Surgical Equipment And Anesthesia For Tertiary Hospital South ......

  • 3 Million
  • 16 Oct 2019
  • Bolivia
  • 22863537
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RMTA / PEKS - PROVINCE DEL KELAA DES SRAG...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Architectural Study Of The Creation Of An Area Of Activity Of ......

  • 1 Million
  • 10 Oct 2019
  • Morocco
  • 22858303
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BAC LIEU DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Purchase Of Remaining Medical Equipment Date Approval: 12/09/ ......

  • 3 Million
  • 12 Dec 2019
  • Vietnam
  • 22851600
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OFFICE DU BACCALAURÉAT DU CAMEROUN Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Service Vehicle For The Running Of The Cameroon Baccalaureate ......

  • 32 Million
  • 03 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851632
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COMMISSION NATIONALE ANTI-CORRUPTION Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Acquisition Of The Office Furniture On Behaly Of The Conac. ......

  • 94 Million
  • 03 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851641
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COMMISSION NATIONALE ANTI-CORRUPTION Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Acquisition Of The Reprographic Equipment On Behaly Of The Co ......

  • 154 Million
  • 03 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851644
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COMMISSION NATIONALE ANTI-CORRUPTION Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Acquisition Of Office Equipment On Behalf Of The Conac. Co ......

  • 62 Million
  • 03 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851646
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TBILISI TRANSPORT COMPANY Western Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Modernization Of Metro Rolling Stock. Bids Accepted From: ......

  • 3 Million
  • 17 Oct 2019
  • Georgia
  • 22851648
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COMMISSION NATIONALE ANTI-CORRUPTION Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Acquisition Of Computer Equipment On Behaly Of Conac. Cons ......

  • 87 Million
  • 02 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851653
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COMMISSION NATIONALE ANTI-CORRUPTION Central Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Acquisition Of Five (05) Pick-Up Vehicles In The Conac. Co ......

  • 186 Million
  • 01 Oct 2019
  • Cameroon
  • 22851656
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International Projects

Education & Training

GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO Montenegro

MONTENEGRO EDUCATION PROGRAMME

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Energy & Power

ELEKTRO PRIMORSKA PODETJA ZA DISTRIBUCIJO ELEKTRICNE ENERGIJE DD Slovenia

ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SLOVENIA II

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Transportation

PKP INTERCITY Poland

PKP INTERCITY COMPETITIVENESS PROGRAMME

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Information Technology

LANDKREIS HAMELN-PYRMONT Germany

BREITBAND NIEDERSACHSEN - KREIS HAMELN-PYRMONT

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Contract Award

Ministry Of Agriculture Ethiopia

Contract Award For Procurement Of Animal Clinic Laboratory Equipment

150,779 - ETB 13-09-2019
Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation Seychelles

Contract Award For Procurement Of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Software Licenses Fees

54,000 - SCR 13-09-2019
Ministry Of Agriculture Ethiopia

Contract Award For Procurement Of Animal Clinic Laboratory Equipments

20,377 - ETB 13-09-2019
Ministry Of Agriculture Ethiopia

Contract Award For Construction Of Kemeshti Ssip /South Omo Zone North Ari Woreda 14 2 Ha/

17 Million - ETB 13-09-2019
Ministry Of Habitat, Infrastructure Seychelles

Contract Award For Construction Of 1 X 2 Bedroom House At Les Mamelles

2 Million - SCR 13-09-2019
Ministry Of Agriculture Ethiopia

Contract Award For Procurement Of IT Equipments

228,012 - ETB 13-09-2019

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The EIB lends about 165 million euros to EDPR for the development of renewable energy in Brazil

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will lend 150 million euros (about 165.3 million dollars) to EDPR Brazil, the local subsidiary of Portuguese EDP Renováveis ??to support the development of solar and wind plants in Brazil. This institutional credit will contribute to the companys business plan in Brazil, a country in which it has been present since the last decade and in which its ongoing project will allow EDPR to produce around 1.8 TWh per year of clean energy until 2023. According to the company in a press release, the construction of the plants will contribute to the creation of 1900 jobs during the execution phase. However, no more information has been provided about the facilities or their location within the country. Through this framework loan, the Bank will grant a loan of 150 million euros to EDPR Brazil, which in turn will distribute the funds to a series of photovoltaic and wind power plants in Brazil. EDPR can also acquire long-term senior debt from other financial institutions to secure all the resources necessary for the project. The EIB began its operations in Latin America in 1993. Since then, the EIB has supported almost 120 projects with a total financing of some 8,400 million euros (9,258 million dollars), distributed in 14 different countries. In 2018, the EIB intensified its contribution to sustainable development and the fight against climate change in Latin America by providing 640 million euros (705.3 million dollars) to finance 15 operations: this is the largest number of EIB operations structured in One year in the region. The EIB is the long-term financing institution of the European Union, owned by its Member States, which provides long-term financing for solid investments in order to contribute to the objectives of EU policy. As the largest multilateral funding provider for projects to combat climate change, the EIB intends to devote at least 25% of its investments to climate change mitigation and adaptation, and at least 35% outside from the EU, to support growth with low carbon emissions and climate resistance. In 2018, the European Investment Bank exceeded its objective of financing the fight against climate change for the ninth consecutive year by contributing 16.2 billion euros to promote action against climate change, representing 29% of its total activity. One of the EIBs priorit Brazil

OHL will build an 89 MW photovoltaic plant in Chile

The Spanish company OHL has been awarded a photovoltaic project valued at 70 million euros (about 77.2 million dollars) in Chile. The contract includes the construction of the La Huella photovoltaic plant, which will have an installed capacity of 89 MW and will serve the Coquimbo Region in the north of the country. The award has been granted by Clean Capital Energy, an investment company in photovoltaic projects based in Austria, which operates in five European countries with a total installed capacity of more than 800 MW, and with projects in development worldwide of more than 1 , 6 GW. The contract has the scope of engineering, construction, commissioning and subsequent operation and maintenance. In addition, work related to the electrical interconnection of the plant with the Transportation Network and the National Electric System of Chile will be addressed and the operation and long-term maintenance of the plant will be carried out. In the last year, the company has been awarded with renewable energy projects of nearly 300 MW in Chile, Spain and Mexico. Among them are the Perote photovoltaic plant in Mexico for the 120 MW X-Elio company, or the Aguascalientes photovoltaic plants in Mexico and Zafra in Spain for the 37 MW and 50 MW OPDEnergy company respectively. Chile

Guatemala wants to call another auction for 110 MW of land

Carlos Beltetón, general manager of the state power company of Guatemala, the National Institute of Electrification (INDE), announced yesterday that he wants to call another auction for the realization of several large-scale photovoltaic plants, after a tender for the August was canceled. 110 MW installation of solar parks . Some hours after the new announcement, the INDE issued an explanatory note in which it specified that the companys board of directors has not yet authorized a new bidding request and that for that it is necessary to comply with the rules of the same company, which they impose that the same group manager send a Needs Detection Report (IDN) to the Board of Directors. In the note, the INDE confirmed the cancellation of the auction launched in May , adding that the contest ended without adjudication. As reported by the Prensa Libre portal at the end of August, the two bids submitted for the auction were disqualified for not complying with the requirements established in the bidding conditions. The two bidders were Total Eren Guatemala, SA and Corporación Klondike, SA The first is a subsidiary of Frances Total Eren, which is also a subsidiary of the Total oil company, while the second is a subsidiary of the Norwegian company Scatec Solar. Through the contest, Inde sought to complete the construction of five photovoltaic plants in the municipalities of Jutiapa, Zacapa, El Progreso and Santa Rosa through an investment of between 100 and 120 million dollars. According to the most recent statistics published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the Central American country had an installed photovoltaic power of 114 MW at the end of 2018. Guatemala

Powertis will develop 765 MW photovoltaic in Brazil

The Spanish company that invests in the development, structuring, financing, construction and operation of photovoltaic parks specialized in large-scale projects Powertis has announced that it plans to develop a portfolio of 765 MW of photovoltaic capacity in the states of Minas Gerais and Sao Paulo, in Brazil. It will consist of a 495 MW project and three projects of 90 MW each, and together they will require an investment of approximately 2,500 million Brazilian reais (about 610 million dollars) .Powertis reports in a press release that the portfolio is supported with contracts for the sale of energy (or PPAs - Power Purchase Agreements) with two Brazilian “front-line” off-takers that will allow the operation of the plant by Powertis until the end of 2041, although it does not mention who it is. The financing will be borne by the local banks BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) and BNB (Banco do Nordeste), and have an expected financial closing date in Q4 2019 and Q1 2020. Powertis has sent BTG Pactual, a leading investment bank in Brazil in the area of ??M&A and financing in the energy sector, as a strategic and financial advisor. The plants will supply the electricity supply of 1,150,000 homes, and according to the company, its construction will be able to generate more than 7,200 direct and indirect jobs during the installation and construction phases, which will be complemented with more than 160 permanent jobs direct and indirect during the period of exploitation of the plant. The Spanish manufacturer of followers Soltec will supply solar trackers for all plants and facilitate assembly and construction services. The company announced earlier this year that it plans to develop more than 1 GW of solar energy in Brazil by 2022 . Brazil

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