Saudi Arabia recently hosted representatives of pre-qualified companies for a bidders’ conference and an exclusive site visit to the Kingdom’s first utility scale wind power plant site. The attendees were representatives of the 25 shortlisted bidders for the 400 MW Dumat Al Jandal wind power project which is the second of two utility scale projects in Al Jouf region, located in the Kingdom’s northern region. The project marks the completion of round one tenders of the National Renewable Energy Program (NREP).
Bidding for the 400 MW wind power project is set to close in January 2018. The received bids must meet all technical requirements outlined in the Request for Proposal (RFP), including a 30% local content target to support development of a domestic renewable energy value chain.
Contact Renewable Energy Project Development Office (REPDO), www.powersaudiarabia.com.sa
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