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SDGI India Private Limited Southern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For SDGI India Factory Design In Apiic Industrial Park.

  • 130,000
  • 16 Nov 2019
  • India
  • 24603502
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MANAGEMENT BOARD OF QUANG NINH AGRICULTUR...... South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Upgrading And Returning The Embankment Transportation Route L ......

  • 10 Million
  • 27 Nov 2019
  • Vietnam
  • 24848293
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DANANG POWER COMPANY LIMITED South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Procurement Of Low Loss Load Transformers Of All Types Plan T ......

  • 1 Million
  • 13 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848355
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VIETNAM NEWS AGENCY South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Bidding Package Tv.09: Consulting Supervision And Installation O ......

  • 10 Million
  • 12 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848411
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BAC GIANG PROVINCIAL POLICE South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Consulting Geological Survey Component Contractor Selection P ......

  • 2 Million
  • 12 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848254
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HAI DUONG DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRA...... South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Supply And Installation Of Equipment For The Implementation Of T ......

  • 4 Million
  • 12 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848599
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HAI PHONG CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Construction And Repair Of Houses For Households With Meritoriou ......

  • 2 Million
  • 13 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848631
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NINH THUAN POWER COMPANY South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Contractor Selection Plan: Extension Of Niinh Thuan Power Compan ......

  • 2 Million
  • 12 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848802
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HO CHI MINH CITY UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE A...... South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Air Conditioning, Fire Protection, Light Electricity, Water Pump ......

  • 4 Million
  • 11 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848820
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DA LAT URBAN SERVICES JOINT STOCK COMPANY South-Eastern Asia

Procurement Plan For Collecting, Transporting And Treating Waste Date Approval: 08 ......

  • 1 Million
  • 08 Feb 2020
  • Vietnam
  • 24848823
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Anhui Provincial Communications Department China

ANHUI GREEN ROADS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

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TUP Porto São Luís S.A. Brazil

PORTO SÃO LUÍS PROJECT

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Transportation

Huangshi Railway Construction and Investment Company Limited (HRIC) China

HUANGSHI MODERN TRAM PROJECT

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Research & Development

EURALIS COOP France

EURALIS RDI PROGRAMME

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Contract Award

Official name: University of Leeds United Kingdom

Contract Award For United Kingdom-Leeds: Insurance Services

3 Million - GBP 14-11-2019
Official name: Shropshire Council United Kingdom

Contract Award For United Kingdom-Shrewsbury: Social Services

2 Million - GBP 14-11-2019
Official name: Älmhults kommun Sweden

Contract Award For Sweden-Älmhult: Construction Project Management Services

5 Million - SEK 14-11-2019
EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION United Kingdom

Contract Award For Ehrc 1718-49 Social Media Listening Tool

Plz Refer Document - GBP 14-11-2019
Official name: Älmhults kommun Sweden

Contract Award For Sweden-Älmhult: Recruitment Services

2 Million - SEK 14-11-2019
MET OFFICE United Kingdom

Contract Award For It Maintenance Services

Plz Refer Document - GBP 14-11-2019

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Siemens secures power plant upgrade contract in Vietnam

Siemens has secured a contract to upgrade Hiep Phuoc 1 steam power plant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to a combined cycle power plant. The upgrade will enhance the plant’s production capacity from 780MW to approximately 1,200MW. Siemens Gas and Power Asia/Pacific Region head Andreas Pistauer said: “We are proud to support Hiep Phuoc Power Co. Ltd to improve the electricity supply situation with an environmentally friendly power plant solution. “At the same time, the extension to efficient combined cycle technology will diversify the plant’s operational functionality and thus increase the customer’s flexibility.” Siemens will supply three SGT5-4000F gas turbines, three generators, three heat recovery steam generators, SPPA-T3000 control system and associated electrical equipment. The upgraded plant will use re-gasified liquefied natural gas (LNG) instead of oil. The waste heat released by the gas turbines will be used to generate steam that will be used to drive the existing steam turbines and generators for producing electricity. Siemens noted that the process can reduce carbon emissions by nearly 50% for each kilowatt-hour produced on-site. Hiep Phuoc Power noted that it will be able to supply around 520MW to the grid by mid-2021 through open cycle operation to meet the electricity demand in Vietnam. Re-commissioning of the upgraded plant is scheduled for the second half of 2022. Siemens recently obtained another deal to provide its F class gas turbines. In September 2019 Canadian power generator TransAlta reached an agreement with Kineticor Holdings to purchase two 230MW Siemens F class gas turbines and associated equipment for a fee of $84m. The Canadian company will be integrating the new gas turbines into the existing steam turbine at Sundance Unit 5, to repower and transform the unit into an efficient combined-cycle unit. Vietnam

Canadian Solar wins 190.5MWp solar projects in Brazil

Solar photovoltaic (PV) modules manufacturer Canadian Solar has secured two solar PV projects in Brazil. With a combined capacity of 190.5MWp, the projects were awarded to the company in the 7th Brazilian Federal Auction. Canadian Solar chairman and CEO Dr Shawn Qu said: “We are proud to be the only company that has been successful in winning projects in all seven federal energy auctions held to date in Brazil. “This auction win further strengthens our leading position in the Brazilian solar market where we have been awarded accumulatively around 1.6GWp of PPAs.” As part of the contract, Canadian Solar will be responsible for the construction of the 152.4MWp Gameleira project in Ceará and the 38.1MWp Luiz Gonzaga project in Pernambuco. Construction works for the two projects are expected to respectively begin in the third quarter of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022. Both projects are expected to come online before January 2023, which is two years earlier than the date set by the Brazilian Government. The government allocated a total of 2,979MW of generation capacity, of which 530MW was solar. During the auction, the government allocated a total of 2,979MW of renewable energy generation capacity. It is the first time that Canadian Solar participated in an A-6 energy auction. Once operational, the two facilities will have the capacity to generate approximately 433GWh of electricity annually. Approximately 30% of clean energy generated by these facilities will be sold to various distribution companies under two 20-year power purchase agreements (PPAs). The remaining portion of the electricity will be sold through long-term private PPAs, which are currently under negotiation. Brazil

Masdar to develop 100MW solar park in Uzbekistan

UAE-based renewable energy company Masdar has signed an agreement to build a 100MW solar project in Navoi region of Uzbekistan. Masdar was announced as the winner in a national tender for the project last month as it tendered the lowest tariff of 2.679 US cents per kilowatt-hour. The Uzbekistani Government entered a power purchase agreement (PPA) and government support agreement (GSA) with Masdar. Under the terms of the agreement, the UAE-based company will be responsible to design, finance and build the plant. It will also operate the 100MW photovoltaic power station for a 25-year period. It is expected that the construction work will start in the first quarter of 2020 and take a year to complete. Uzbekistan Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade Sardor Umurzakov said: “The signing of the government support agreement with Masdar is a historical event, which proves again that the reforms and transformations begun under the supervision of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev three years ago have a non-reversible nature. “We will continue to implement such projects in a transparent and competitive manner to find the solutions, which are the most acceptable for the benefit of Uzbekistan.” Masdar CEO Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi said: “As a global leader in the development of commercially viable renewable energy in more than 25 countries, Masdar is honoured to partner with Uzbekistan in the realisation of this landmark solar energy project. “At Masdar, we have an impressive track record in helping emerging markets to unlock the growth potential of renewable energy, not only in terms of attracting investment into the modernisation of their energy infrastructure but also their wider economy.” In another development, Masdar also announced an investment of $150m in India’s Hero Future Energies. Uzbekistan

Tenaska secures $158m financing for Nobles 2 windfarm in Minnesota

US-based independent energy company Tenaska has secured $158m in commercial financing for the 250MW Nobles 2 windfarm in southwest Minnesota. Groups such as Associated Bank, BNP Paribas and Credit Agricole have agreed to finance the project. Tenaska finance senior vice-president Jay Frisbie said: “This is Tenaska’s second wind financing in 2019 that has been well received by the lending community. “This project is well-positioned to meet the needs of our customer when it comes online in 2020 and for many, many years into the future.” The windfarm is currently under construction and owned by Nobles 2 Power Partners, which consists of affiliates of Tenaska and ALLETE, a Minnesota-based energy company. ALLETE owns two electric utilities, including Minnesota Power and Superior Water, and it also holds an 8% equity interest in the American Transmission Company. Construction works at the Nobles 2 windfarm began in August. It will be equipped with 74 wind turbines that will be supplied and maintained by the Danish firm Vestas. The windfarm is being built by the Minneapolis-based energy and engineering services provider Mortenson on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. It is expected to be completed in 2020. During the peak construction phase, Nobles 2 is expected to create up to 230 jobs and up to 15 full-time jobs once operational. Upon completion, it will supply clean energy to Minnesota Power, a utility division of ALLETE under a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA). This is not the first financing Tenaska has received this year. In April, it obtained $302m to support the Clear Creek Energy Centre, which is being built in Nodaway County in Missouri. Vestas is also providing wind turbines and maintenance services for the project, which will have a capacity of 242MW when completed. United States

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