Tunisia: Solar, wind tenders await resolution of lending conditions

Issue 381 - 22 Nov 2018 | 4 minute read

Development of renewable energy in Tunisia has got off to a slow start, but the resolution of a handful of vital differences between the authorities and international lenders by the end of this year could allow important programmes to accelerate during 2019. The Ministry of Industry has published clarifications to the solar photovoltaic (PV) second round and wind first round tender processes postponing the deadline for submissions for a second time. Originally scheduled for mid-August, the deadline was first pushed back to October and now to 18 December.

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