Syria has recently released three solar photovoltaic parks tenders with a total combined capacity of 67 MW, an official document shows.
The Public Establishment of Electricity for Generation (PEEG) of the Syrian Arab Republic has floated three separate tenders, all of which with a deadline for submitting bids by August 10, 2020.
Scope of the work for successful bidders will be design, installation and commissioning of the power plants bidders will also be required to supply spare parts and personnel training.
The first tender is for a 40-MW solar farm at the Jandar combined cycle power plant in Homs Governorate.The second is a 23-MW PV park that will be installed near Damascus. The third tender is the construction of a 4-MW plant in Hama Governorate.
All the three projects will be developed on a turnkey basis.
In the past we have covered that the Syrian Ministry of Electricity Transmission Establishment had issued two tenders for the construction of solar power plants with a combined generation capacity of 63 MW. The tender announcement was published by Pakistan’s Alternative Energy Development Board after the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Expatriates forwarded it for issue by what the tender document calls “friendly countries”.