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Developer seeks equipment for Nepal's 2.4-MW Ridikhola

Nepal's Ridi Hydropower Development Co. (P.) Ltd. seeks bids for electro-mechanical and switching station equipment for the 2.4-MW Ridikhola hydroelectric project in Ruru and Digam VDCs of Nepal. Bids are due September 4.

The World Bank's International Development Association has provided a credit to the government of Nepal to help set up long-term financing facilities to private sector developers for small and medium-sized hydropower projects on a build-own-operate-transfer basis. Ridi has applied for part-financing under the Nepal Power Development Fund to develop Ridikhola on the Ridikhola River, in Gulmi District. (HNN 10/25/06)

Ridi seeks bids for Lot 4 including:
o Package 1: Supply and installation of electro-mechanical equipment (Reference No. ICB-01/2007); and
o Package 2: Supply and installation of switching station (Reference No. ICB-01/2007).

Companies may bid for either or both packages.

Bid documents, in English, may be obtained from the address below for 20,000 rupees (US$311) deposited in the project's Current Deposit A/C No. 0201017500738 at NABIL Bank, Kantipath Branch, Kathmandu, or by draft drawn in the name of the project.

Bids are due by noon September 4. For information, contact Project Manager, Ridikhola Small Hydropower Project, Ridi Hydropower Development Co. (P.) Ltd., Nil Kamal Marga No. 153, Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal; (977) 1-4115787; Fax: (977) 1-4474895; E-mail: ridihydro@wlink.com.np.

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