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Issue 380 - 08 November 2018

Mali: Bids invited for Taoussa dam

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The Taoussa Development Authority on behalf of the Ministry of Energy and Water invites bids by 17 January for the construction of the Taoussa dam and an associated 25MW hydropower plant on the Niger River in north-eastern Mali. The multipurpose project, which is to be financed by the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa, the Ecowas Bank for Investment and Development, the Islamic Development Bank, the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, the Opec Fund and the Saudi Development Fund, aims to promote agriculture, livestock farming and fishing.

Mali
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Energie du Mali (EDM) has invited sealed bids by 20 July for the rental, operation and maintenance of containerised diesel generators with a combined capacity of 20MW.

Mali
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Energie du Mali invites sealed bids by 15 August for the turnkey construction of a 100MW heavy fuel oil-fired thermal power plant in Sirakoro, a south-eastern suburb of the capital Bamako, as well as grid connection and extension of the Sirakoro high-voltage substation.

Mali
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Energie du Mali (EDM) has issued a general procurement notice for the construction of the Djenné and Talo mini-hydropower plants on the Bani River, the principal tributary of the Niger River in Mali, as well as for institutional support and project management services. Tenders are expected to be launched in October. EDM has also invited expressions of interest by 30 April from consultants to manage and oversee the construction of the Talo project and its associated distribution grid.

Mali
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Energie du Mali (EDM) invites expressions of interest by 3 April from consultants to develop a national power generation master plan for its interconnected grid for the period 2019-2040. The study should assess technical solutions to meet electricity demand and reduce the share of costly thermal power in the national generation mix in the medium to long term.

Mali
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Société de Gestion de l’Energie de Manantali (Sogem) is seeking bids for the construction of the 225kV Kayes-Tambacounda double-circuit transmission line. The work will be financed from the World Bank’s transmission expansion project for the Senegal River Basin Development Authority (OMVS). The scope of work includes construction of a 288km transmission line between the Tambacounda substation in Senegal and the Kayes substation in Mali, and the expansion of the two substations. The World Bank estimates the project cost at $83.6m. Bids are due by 16 April.

Senegal | Mali
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The Senegal River Basin Development Organisation (OMVS) has invited expressions of interest by 30 March for the financing, development and construction of the 18MW Gourbassi hydropower project on the Falémé River, on the border of Mali and Senegal.

Senegal | Mali
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The Foundation Rural Energy Services (FRES) invites bids by 7 March for the supply, installation and commissioning of a 75kWp solar photovoltaic plant in the village of Diaramana in the Ségou region of south-central Mali. The project, to be financed through the European Commission’s ACP-EU Energy Facility 10th European Development Fund, requires the solar plant’s integration with a generator, which is to be supplied separately and connected to a mini-grid in the village.

Mali
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The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) and French green energy developer Akuo Energy on 29 January announced the signing of financing for the Akuo Kita solar power plant, to be built at Kita in southern Mali. It will be the first photovoltaic power station in Mali owned and run by a private sector independent power producer. Two other Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) companies, GuarantCo and Green Africa Power (GAP), contributed to the project financing.

Mali
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Energie du Mali (EDM) has invited expressions of interest by 21 November from consultants to assist with the construction of a 100MW heavy fuel oil-fired thermal power plant in Bamako’s Sirako district. The consultancy services will include the review of tender documents, the evaluation of offers, the finalisation of the engineering, procurement and construction contract and the supervision of the construction of the power plant (civil works and installation of electro-mechanical equipment) as well as its grid connection including a 150kV substation, 30kV lines and remote control system.

Mali
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Rural electrification agency Agence Malienne pour le Développement de l’Energie Domestique et l’Electrification Rurale (Amader) seeks bids by 24 July for the supply, installation and commissioning of solar photovoltaic-diesel hybrid systems and associated low-voltage networks in ten villages. The tender has been split into three lots: lot 1 for Zantiebougou, Finkolo-Ganadougou and Tabacoro; lot 2 for Bladié, Massigui and Bancoumana; and lot 3 for Manankoro, Sikorole, Bougoula and Kébila.

Mali
Issue 348 - 16 June 2017

Mali: Kayes thermal plant

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Albatros Energy Mali has secured financing for a planned 90MW thermal power plant at Kayes in western Mali, which will be the country’s first grid-connected independent power project. African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) has acquired a 44% stake in the project company through its AIIF3 fund. Construction is scheduled to begin in July and is expected to take 16 months, increasing Mali’s installed generation capacity by around 25% from 352MW now.

Mali
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Agence Malienne pour le Développement de l’Energie Domestique et l’Electrification Rurale (Amader) is to tender for the construction of two solar photovoltaic (PV) projects totalling 2.3MWp and an associated distribution network in the south-central region of Ségou, according to a general procurement notice published on 3 April.The project, which is being developed by Amader in partnership with Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable, is being financed by loans totalling $4m from the Islamic Development Bank and $11m from its poverty alleviation arm, the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development, according to the notice.

Mali
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Five bidders are competing for the rehabilitation of the 44MW Sélingué hydropower station on the Sankarani River, a tributary of the Niger River and of the 5.2MW Sotuba dam on the Niger River itself. The work is being financed by a CFA25bn ($40.6m) loan from the West African Development Bank.

Mali
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Energie du Mali (EDM) invites expressions of interest by 5 May from consultants to prepare a medium-to-long-term electricity grid masterplan for Bamako and its environs. The study is part of a wider plan by the utility to enhance the city’s electricity supply, and will examine the technical and economic feasibility of transmission and distribution options to ensure reliable and efficient electricity supply through to 2040, according to a procurement notice issued on 27 March.

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