Tender for Hydroelectric Automation System

Instituto Nacional de Electrificación is putting out to tender the supply, assembly and implementation of an automation and control system for the Aguacapa hydroelectric plant.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Guatemala Government Purchase 7598351:

"Requirements are for the supply of all automation and control equipment for the Aguacapa Hydroelectric Plant, including field instrumentation, PAC's or PLC's, HMI's, MTU, RTU's, control panels and control center support systems. 

The Contractor must provide a guarantee for the supply, guarantee for the manufacture, guarantee of economic-financial capacity, guarantee for the supply of spare parts, guarantee for the supply of technical personnel trained in communications and automation of electric power generation hydroelectric plants 365 days a year.

The Contractor must supply all of the equipment that makes up part of the networks and communication systems, including Firewalls, Routers, Internal Microwave Communications, fiber optic or any other medium within the same geographical site if necessary, WAN and LAN networks, structured cabling, etc."

The deadline for receipt of bids is July 12, 2018.

See Tender.

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