El Salvador: Tender for 100MW

The contract is to supply 100MW of power and associated energy from February 1, 2012

Friday, July 22, 2011

Any company interested in providing the supply of 100MW of power and associated energy for the following businesses may participate: CAESS, DELSUR; AES CLESA and CIA.;EEO DEUSEM, B&D and EDESAL.

Deadline for receipt of bids is 4 October 2011.

The tender conditions can be found on these websites: www.delsur.com.sv and www.aeselsalvador.com

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From information published by Delsur:

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