International Energy Tender

National Electric Energy Company of Honduras tenders at international level the supply of electrical energy and solid capacity of 17 MW.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Honduras Government Purchase LPI-031-2018:

"Announces the International Public Tender to contract 17MW of solid capacity and its associated energy in a block, for up to twelve (12) months. This is because of the operating condition of the eastern zone that is fed through a 150 km line at a voltage of 69 kV from the Santa Fe Substation in Tegucigalpa.

Additionally, it is expected that because of the delay in the entry of the Patuca III Project and the uncertainty of the repair of a transformer at the Planta Babilonia, it will be necessary to contract enough local capacity to avoid a major crisis in the 2019 summer."

Deadline for receipt of tenders: March 13, 2019.

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