Three companies in the running to build 300 megawatt electric power plants

Out of six companies which submitted bids to build 300 megawatt electric power plants, three are initially in compliance with tender rules, it is learnt from an announcement released by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy.

The six companies which submitted bids on time were: Consortium of China ITS (Holdings) Co., Ltd, CEEC, HEPDI, China Construction Eighth Engineering Division Corp Ltd, Guangzhou Diesel Factory Co., Ltd, Khin Maung Nyunt Trading Co,, Ltd; Consortium of National Infrastructure Holdings Co., Ltd, MCM Pacific Pte.Ltd, APR Energy PLc, Ace Resources Group Pte. Ltd; and Karpowership Asia Company Pte.Ltd.

To fulfill the requirements for electric power in Yangon Region, the tenders were invited to rent the generators which can produce 300 megawatts of electricity. Additionally, the generators must be new ones which can utilise a Dual Fuel System. A total of 82 companies purchased the tender form. However, only six enterprises turned in tenders by the 18 August deadline.

Evaluation of tenders by reference to price and quality criteria will be made on 8th September, 2016 in Nay Pyi Taw, it is

Souce:Global New Light of Myanmar

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