Specific Procurement Notice Template Request for Bids Goods – AMI & AMR-enabled Retail Water Meters

Specific Procurement Notice

Template

Request for Bids

Goods

(One-Envelope Bidding Process)

 

Country: The Gambia

Name of Project: Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project

Contract Title: AMI & AMR-enabled Retail Water Meters

Loan No./Credit No./ Grant No.: IDA – D3090

RFB Reference No.: GM-NAWEC-237588-GO-RFB

 

  1. The Republic of The Gambia has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contracts for Supply of AMI & AMR-enabled Retail Water Meters. For this contract, the Borrower shall process the payments using the Direct Payment disbursement method, as defined in the World Bank’s Disbursement Guidelines for Investment Project Financing
  2. The National Water and Electricity Company Limited (NAWEC) now invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders for the Supply of AMR-enabled Retail Water Meters.
  3. Bidding will be conducted through international competitive procurement using a Request for Bids (RFB) as specified in the World Bank’s “Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” (July 1st, 2016, revised in November 2017 and August 2018) (“Procurement Regulations”), and is open to all eligible Bidders as defined in the Procurement Regulations.

 

  1. Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information from:

 

Mrs. Haddy Njie – Project Coordinator

National Water & Electricity Company Limited

Emporium III Building, Fajara

114 Kairaba Avenue

Telephone: +220 9961301 / 9967791/ 7009342

Electronic mail address: hnjie@nawec.gm mfsanyang@nawec.gm

and inspect the bidding document during office hours at the address given below.

  1. The bidding document in English may be purchased by interested Bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of US$300. The method of payment will be electronic transfer. The document will be sent by courier mail.
  2. Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before12:00 p.m. of 7th December 2021. Electronic Bidding will not be permitted. Late Bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the Bidders’ designated representatives and anyone who chooses to attend at the address below on 7th December 2021.
  3. All Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security of US$10,000.
  4. The Basic qualification requirements are as follows:
  5. Bidder must have a minimum average turnover for the last 3 years of US$2.5 million
  6. Minimum number of 3 contracts for similar items completed in the last 5 years, with each contract being not less than US$1 million
  7. Attention is drawn to the Procurement Regulations requiring the Borrower to disclose information on the successful bidder’s beneficial ownership, as part of the Contract Award Notice, using the Beneficial Ownership Disclosure Form as included in the bidding document.
  8. The address(es) referred to above is (are):

 

Attention:  Mrs. Haddy Njie – Project Coordinator

Address: National Water & Electricity Company Limited

Project Implementation Unit

Emporium III Building, Fajara

114 Kairaba Avenue

The Gambia

Tel:+220 996 1301 / 9967791/ 7009342

 

Electronic mail address: hnjie@nawec.gm mfsanyang@nawec.gm

 

REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS (RFQ) WORK – Renovation of Customer Service Centres

REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS (RFQ) WORK

 

INVITATION TO QUOTE

 

Date: 28th September 2021

Project Title: Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project

Source of Funding (loan/credit/grant no.): D6530-GM

Contract Name: Renovation of Customer Service Centres

Contract Ref: GM-NAWEC-251310-CW-RFQ

 

 

  1. This project is financed by the World Bank through the above grant. The National Water & Electricity Company invites sealed quotations from eligible bidders for the Rehabilitation of (5) five NAWEC Customer Service Centers in the GBA.
  2. Eligible bidders should have experience in the construction of at least one contract of the nature and complexity equivalent to the Works described in this Invitation, during the last three years. The minimum size of the reference contract to be considered similar is $150,000. Bidders shall provide evidence of financial resources to successfully complete the Works in the amount of at least $60,000.
  3. A complete set of Request for Quotation (RFQ) documents in English will be provided to interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below.
  4. Clarifications

Any clarification request regarding this RFQ may be sent in writing to hnjie@nawec.gm, cc: to mfsanyang@nawec.gm , asallah@nawec.gm before      22nd October 2021.

 

  1. Submission of Quotations
  1. Signed quotations shall be submitted in the form attached to the address below or via email. Quotations submitted as email attachments.

Attention: Project Coordinator

Projects Management Unit

National Water and Electricity Company Limited

53, Mamadi Maniyang Highway

P.O.Box 609, Kanifing

The Gambia

Telephone:  +220 9961301/7009342/9967791

Email: hnjie@nawec.gm, mfsanyang@nawec.gm , asallah@nawec.gm

 

  1. The deadline for submission of Quotations is 29th October 2021 @ 12:00 pm local time

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT – Current Electricity Situation

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

NAWEC informs the general public that the current electricity situation in the GBA is a result of some ongoing maintenance works in both Brikama and Kotu Power stations. Generator Number 5 at Kotu Power Station is shut down in an emergency and is being assessed for the required repairs.

This capacity gap is making it extremely difficult for NAWEC to distribute normal supply to all customers at the same time thus stretching the load shedding roster and affecting normal water supply in some areas.

NAWEC assures its esteemed customers that extra efforts will be made to keep the rest of the generators available during the period in order to minimize the load shedding.

NAWEC apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and promises to restore normal supply as soon as works on the engines are completed.

Thank you.

The Ministry of Petroleum & Energy Terms of Reference for the Review and Update of National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action Plan

The Ministry of Petroleum & Energy

 

 

 

Terms of Reference

 

for the Review and Update of National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action Plan

 

 

FINAL

 

 

September 2021

 

1.     Introduction and Background

In The Gambia, the electricity access rate is estimated around 60 % and more than 85% of households in The Gambia depend on traditional biomass to meet their basic energy needs. Therefore, increasing access to modern clean and affordable energy services for the population could have enormous multiplier effects such as reducing poverty, empowering women, generating opportunities as well as improving standard of living for the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

Currently, The Gambia energy sector is characterized by heavy dependence on traditional biomass fuels mainly for household consumption, and imported petroleum products for electricity generation and transport. Cognizant of the afore-mentioned situation, the Government of The Gambia is committed to improving the energy situation in order to spur economic growth. In 2005, the Ministry of Energy developed the National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action plan which was revised in 2014 with the overall objective of re-defining the sector strategic objectives. Since then, a number of developments have taken in the energy sector including the development of an electricity roadmap in 2015, which was updated in 2017 and recently in 2021 to reflect new market opportunities and guide the development of the electricity sub-sector in the short-,  medium- and long-term (2021 to 2040). There is strong need for the National Energy Policy to be consistent with the roadmap objectives.

It is against this backdrop that the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy is seeking the services of a consulting firm to review and update the National Energy Policy (2014) to reflect the recent changes and development in the sector especially in electricity, renewable energy, energy efficiency, domestic energy as well as petroleum sub-sectors. The review and update of the policy document would be carried out in consultation with relevant stakeholder institutions including the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Ministry of Trade, Regional Integration and Employment, Ministry of Transport, Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, National Environment Agency, Department of Forestry, National Water and Electricity Company, Gambia National Petroleum Corporation, NGOs, Civil Society, Private Sector etc. The assignment will be funded through the Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project (GERMP) co-financed by the World Bank, the European Investment Bank and the EU.

 

2.     Objectives

 

The objective of the assignment is to support the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to:

 

  1. Review the effectiveness of the existing energy sector policies, strategies, programs, and projects implemented since 2014.
  2. Develop smart policy measures for the electricity, petroleum, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and domestic energy sub-sectors as well as cross-cutting issues.
  • Update the energy policy and recommend key policy measures, strategies, and actions for effective implementation.

 

3.     Scope of Work

 

The scope of work covers the whole energy sector and will be conducted in phases. Phase one will conduct a thorough desk review of existing policies, plans, and programmes at both national and regional levels. Phase two will entail consultation with stakeholders, SWOT analysis of the energy sector. While phase three will focus on updating the National Energy Policy (2014), Strategy and Action Plan for the various sub-sectors.

 

  • Phase One:  Detailed Desk Review of Policies, Plan and Programmes

 

This phase will entail a detailed review of existing energy policies, strategic objectives, plans and programmes at both national as well as regional level to identify the existing gaps between the policies, plans, programs under the current situation and the policy, plans, programs needed to meet the sector objectives in terms of safe, secure, affordable energy and low carbon development. This phase is expected to last for a period of two weeks.

 

3.2 Phase Two: Stakeholder Consultation, SWOT Analysis of the Energy Sector

This phase will involve a detailed SWOT analysis of the energy sector and high-level consultations with relevant stakeholders. It also involves assessment and analysis of projects, and programmes undertaken in the last 10 years. The purpose of this assessment is to help draw useful lessons from the implementation of the projects and programs, as well as make recommendations to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy for future effective implementation of similar projects and programs.

 

This phase of the work is expected to last for four weeks. The consultants shall make a presentation of the findings to stakeholders in a Consultation Workshop.

3.3  Phase Three: Update of the National Energy Policy (2014) and re-define Strategy and Action Plan (2021-2030)

 

The third phase will mainly involve the update of the National Energy Policy (2014) Strategy and Action Plan. This should be informed by the outputs of Phase 1 and 2.

 

The consulting firm is expected to conduct the update of the energy policy and align it with the relevant regional (ECOWAS, AU etc.) and international energy policies and strategies (such as the SE4ALL, NDCs).

 

This phase is expected to be completed within six weeks. The consulting firm shall present draft updated policy, strategies, and action plan at a National Stakeholder Validation Workshop.

 

4.        Deliverables

 

For the purpose of this assignment, there will be four deliverables:

 

  1. Inception Report: This should be prepared and submitted after the inception meeting with the Ministry and shall outline the agreed methodology, workplan for the assignment, and detailed desk review of policies, plans and programmes in the energy sector and gap analysis. To be submitted two weeks after the inception meeting (draft and final)
  2. Detailed SWOT Analysis of the Energy Sector and Stakeholder consultation Report
  • Draft Updated National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action Plan (2021-2030)
  1. Final Updated National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action Plan (2021-2030): This final version of the updated policy shall be submitted two weeks after the Validation Workshop incorporating all comments

 

Draft reports for each deliverable (I-IV) shall be submitted via email to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. For each of the deliverables I, II, and IV, the consulting firm is required to submit 1 soft copy (in USB) and 5 hard copies to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.

 

In addition, the consulting firm shall provide the slide packs for the Consultation Workshop and for the Validation Workshop to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy by email no later than 5 days prior to the respective Workshop.

5.        Duration of Assignment

The timeframe for the consultancy service shall be for a maximum period of 4 calendar months.

6.        Responsibilities of the Consulting firm

 

The responsibilities of the consulting firm will include the following:

 

  1. To carry out the assignment in the most professional manner desired.
  2. Be responsible for collecting all data and information required for the completion of the assignment.
  3. Be responsible for its own transportation, accommodation, and subsistence during stakeholder consultations and for the two workshops.
  4. Be responsible for the printing and binding and delivery of all reports as outlined in section 4 of this Terms of Reference.
  5. Prepare PowerPoint presentation of the relevant key deliverables and present this at the Consultation Workshop and at the Validation Workshop.
  6. Be responsible for addressing all comments received from stakeholders and providing a comments matrix describing how all comments have been addressed.

7.     Responsibilities of the Ministry of Petroleum & Energy (MOPE)

 

The responsibilities of MOPE will include the following:

 

  1. Facilitate and support the work of the consultant during the assignment (stakeholder consultations etc.)
  2. Provide all documents (policies, strategies, action plans, Acts, regulations etc.) related to the assignment
  3. Coordinate the logistical arrangements for the organization of the two workshops (stakeholder consultation and validation workshops) (i.e., send invitations). Prepare and submit budget to GERMP PIU for the organization of the workshops to cover the costs of venue, food and refreshments, printing of materials etc.)
  4. Provide timely comments on draft deliverables.

 

 

8.        Qualifications of the Consulting firm

The consulting firm must be incorporated in the Gambia (proof of business registration). The firm must have been in existence for at least five (5) years and have:

  • Proven experience in policy and strategy development in the Gambia and/or in the sub-region
  • Experience in the energy sector, locally and internationally
  • Experience conducting similar assignments for public sector institutions in the Gambia

 

The team should comprise of the following three (3) key experts with qualifications and experience outlined below:-

  • Team Leader/Lead Expert
  • Energy Economist
  • Public Policy Expert

 

  • The Team Leader

The Team Leader would coordinate the overall work, assure the coherence and quality of the services provided and lead the delivery of the content of the assignment. The team leader’s profile should have:

  • At least a master’s degree in public policy, economics, engineering, strategic planning, business administration or related field
  • At least 10 years professional experience in developing policies, strategies and action plans for the public sector
  • Experience in policy and regulatory aspects of energy
  • Experience in leading similar assignments
  • Ability to analyze, compile and synthesize, and present technical information
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Excellent writing / presentation skills and fluent in English
  • Energy Economist
  • A master’s level degree in economics, finance, engineering, or the economics and energy related field
  • At least 8 years’ experience in energy policy, energy planning,
  • Ability to analyze, compile and synthesize, and present technical information
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Excellent writing / presentation skills and fluent in English

 

 

  • Public Policy Expert
  • A master’s level degree in public policy, strategic planning, public administration or related field
  • At least 6 years postgraduate experience in public policy development. Experience in energy policy development is desirable
  • Ability to analyze, compile and synthesize, and present technical information
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Excellent writing / presentation skills and fluent in English

 

 

  1. Reporting Requirements

The Team Leader/consultant team will report directly to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum & Energy. However, the consultant’s team will work closely with the Energy Division of the Ministry.

 

  1. Submission of Proposal

Interested firm should send separate technical and financial proposals in sealed envelopes marked “CONSULTANCY FOR UPDATE OF NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLAN (2021-2030)” and addressed to:

Permanent Secretary           

Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

Petroleum House, Brusubi Roundabout

Brikama Area Council

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

(CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)

 

The Gambia

Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project (GERMP)

Loan No./Credit No./ Grant No.: IDA-D6530

Assignment Title: CONSULTANCY SERVICES for the Review and Update of National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action Plan

Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): GM-NAWEC-243443-CS-QCBS

 

The Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project (GERMP) additional financing, in the amount of USD 43 million, was approved by the World Bank Board of Directors on 29 June 2020.

 

In The Gambia, the electricity access rate is estimated around 60 % and more than 85% of households in The Gambia depend on traditional biomass to meet their basic energy needs. Therefore, increasing access to modern clean and affordable energy services for the population could have enormous multiplier effects such as reducing poverty, empowering women, generating opportunities as well as improving standard of living for the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

Currently, The Gambia energy sector is characterized by heavy dependence on traditional biomass fuels mainly for household consumption, and imported petroleum products for electricity generation and transport. Cognizant of the afore-mentioned situation, the Government of The Gambia is committed to improving the energy situation in order to spur economic growth. In 2005, the Ministry of Energy developed the National Energy Policy, Strategies and Action plan which was revised in 2014 with the overall objective of re-defining the sector strategic objectives. Since then, a number of developments have taken in the energy sector including the development of an electricity roadmap in 2015, which was updated in 2017 and recently in 2021 to reflect new market opportunities and guide the development of the electricity sub-sector in the short-,  medium- and long-term (2021 to 2040). There is strong need for the National Energy Policy to be consistent with the roadmap objectives.

 

The objective of the assignment is to support the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to:

  1. Review the effectiveness of the existing energy sector policies, strategies, programs, and projects implemented since 2014.
  2. Develop smart policy measures for the electricity, petroleum, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and domestic energy sub-sectors as well as cross-cutting issues.
  • Update the energy policy and recommend key policy measures, strategies, and actions for effective implementation.

 

Scope of work of the consulting firm

The scope of work covers the whole energy sector and will be conducted in phases. Phase one will conduct a thorough desk review of existing policies, plans, and programmes at both national and regional levels. Phase two will entail consultation with stakeholders, SWOT analysis of the energy sector. While phase three will focus on updating the National Energy Policy (2014), Strategy and Action Plan for the various sub-sectors.

 

Phase One:  Detailed Desk Review of Policies, Plan and Programmes

Phase Two: Stakeholder Consultation, SWOT Analysis of the Energy Sector

Phase Three: Update of the National Energy Policy (2014) and re-define Strategy and Action Plan (2021-2030)

The timeframe for the consultancy service shall be for a maximum period of 4 calendar months.

 

National Water and Electricity Company Limited (NAWEC) now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.

 

Required qualifications and experience:

 

The consulting firm must be incorporated in the Gambia (proof of business registration). The firm must have been in existence for at least five (5) years and have:

  • Proven experience in policy and strategy development in the Gambia and/or in the sub-region
  • Experience in the energy sector, locally and internationally
  • Experience conducting similar assignments for public sector institutions in the Gambia

The team should comprise of the following three (3)  experienced key experts:

  • Team Leader/Lead Expert
  • Energy Economist
  • Public Policy Expert

The Qualifications and Experience of Key Experts shall not be included in the shortlisting criteria. Key Experts will not be evaluated at the shortlisting stage.

 

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to Section III, paragraphs, 3.14, 3.16, and 3.17 of the World Bank’s “Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” July 2016 and revised November 2017 and August 2018 (“Procurement Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.

 

Consultants may associate with other firms to enhance their qualifications, but should indicate clearly whether the association is in the form of a joint venture and/or a sub-consultancy. In the case of a joint venture, all the partners in the joint venture shall be jointly and severally liable for the entire contract, if selected.

 

A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Procurement Regulations.

 

The TOR and further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours:

 

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by October 5th, 2021.

 

The Managing Director

National Water and Electricity Company

Attn: Haddy Njie – Project Coordinator

53 Mamadi Maniyang  Highway

Kanifing, K.M.C.

P.O. Box 609, Banjul

The Gambia

Tel: +220 4376607 / 4376608

Fax: +220  4375990

E-mail: hnjie@nawec.gm, mfsanyang@nawec.gm

Specific Procurement Notice : Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and Secondary Substations

Request for Bids :Plant, Design, Supply and Installation of
Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and Secondary Substations
Employer: National Water and Electricity Company Limited (NAWEC)
Project: Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project (GERMP)
Country: The Gambia
Loan No. /Credit No. / Grant No.: D-309GM
RFB No: GM-NAWEC-187669-CW-RFB
Issued on: 31st May, 2021.

Reference to our Specific Procurement Notice for Design, Supply and Installation of Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and Secondary Substations published on 31st May 2021, National Water and Electricity Company Limited hereby extend the Bids Submission deadline to 9th September 2021 at 11:30 a.m. and opening at 12:00 p.m.

Vacancy – Senior Manager, Strategic Planning and Policy

NAWEC is pleased to invite suitably qualified Gambians to apply for the vacant position of Senior Manager, Strategic Planning and Policy. The said position forms part of NAWEC’s ongoing organizational restructuring that aims to build a solid team which will adequately respond to the demands, aspirations and expectations of the government and people of The Gambia regarding the electricity and water sectors.

NAWEC is therefore currently recruiting for the above position to join our new Group Projects and Planning team. The position details are as follows:

 

Position Senior Manager Strategic Planning and Policy
Role Summary Overall responsibility for Nawec’ s long term Master Planning and Strategic Business Planning
Reporting Relationships Reports direct to Group Projects & Planning Director but works closely with NAWEC Technical Departments , Corporate Directorates especially Finance, Head of Project Development and Head of Policy and Monitoring & Evaluation
Duties and Responsibilities Master Planning

–          Develop a  master plan for Nawec Electricity, Water & Sewerage to serve as a blueprint for the future growth and  expansion of the business infrastructure.

–          Contribute to and incorporate consultant led Roadmap work into master plan and reflect strategic vision, mission and values and relevant aspects of Gambian  National Development plans.

–          Translate Masterplan/Roadmap/ Strategic Business plans / National plans into prioritised potential projects and obtain outline approval

–          Develop rolling 5 year capital budget and obtain organisational and stakeholder approval annually.

Strategic Business Planning

–          Care and Maintenance to Nawecs Strategic Business Plan including:-

o   Annual review of plan  to reflect emergent issues

o   Periodic major  plan updates

–          Monitoring of Strategic Plan progress via Departmental annual business plans and the various Business Objective KPI’s.

–          Monthly KPI performance reporting to Nawec executive management and Quarterly reporting to the Board of NAWEC

 

 

Requirements and Qualifications 3rd Level Degree ideally to Masters level with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in planning at a strategic level in an organisation of similar scope and scale to Nawec.

Good understanding of electricity and water businesses.

A Masters Degree in Business Administration would be an advantage

 
Competancy Detail
Visionary Has capacity to envision the future based on extensive experience and knowledge
Systematic Plans carefully and foresees obstacles in plenty of time
Analytical Skills The ability to visualise, articulate and solve both complex and uncomplicated problems and make decisions that make sense based on all available information
Stakeholder Management Is sensitive to the importance of stakeholders, their identification and mobilisation in support of objectives and plans
IT  savvy Comfortable in modern IT environment, excellent with MS suite and able to exploit IT systems for business use especially for strategic analysis
Team Building Finds, recruits and develops the best people for the supporting  team
Professional Knowledge Maintains constant self-improvement by staying up to date with developments in Strategic Planning and Utility business.
Results and Performance The ability and drive to  achieve and surpass targets

 

Interested and qualified candidates can submit their applications to the following address:

Managing Director

National Water and Electricity Company Ltd (NAWEC)

P.O Box 609

Banjul.

 

Applications could also be submitted electronically to recruitment@nawec.gm.

Closing date for all applications is Friday 27th August, 2021.

Specific Procurement Notice Request for Bids Plant Design, Supply and Installation of Transmission and Distribution Provincial Backbone, Phase 2

Specific Procurement Notice
Request for Bids
Plant

Design, Supply and Installation of Transmission and
Distribution Provincial Backbone, Phase 2

Employer: National Water and Electricity Company Limited
Project: Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project
Country: The Gambia
Loan No. /Credit No. / Grant No.: D309-GM
RFB No: GM-NAWEC-224770-CW-RFB
Issued on: 31st May, 2021

Reference to our Specific Procurement Notice for Design, Supply and Installation of
Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and
Secondary Substations published on 31st May 2021, National Water and Electricity Company
Limited hereby extend the Bids Submission deadline to 31st August 2021 at 12:00 p.m. and
opening at 12:30 p.m.

Specific Procurement Notice Request for Bids Plant Design, Supply and Installation of Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and Secondary Substations

Specific Procurement Notice
Request for Bids
Plant

Design, Supply and Installation of
Phase 2 of Transmission Infrastructures Modernization in Greater Banjul Area, Primary and Secondary Substations

Employer: National Water and Electricity Company Limited (NAWEC)
Project: Gambia Electricity Restoration and Modernization Project (GERMP)
Country: The Gambia
Loan No. /Credit No. / Grant No.: D-309GM
RFB No: GM-NAWEC-187669-CW-RFB
Issued on: 31st May, 2021

Click on the link below for the bidding document.

SPN GBA Substations

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

NAWEC wishes to inform the general public that   Mile five Primary Station will be shut down for preventive maintenance on Saturday 13th March 2021. Works are scheduled to begin at 09:00 am and end at 14:00 pm.

As a result, those residing in the following areas that are connected to the following feeders will be without power until works are completed:

 

BAKAU FEEDER BANJUL FEEDER KANIFING FEEDER
NEW CAPE POINT EURO CREDIT JESHWANG
OCEAN BAY WADNER BEACH NEW BREAKWOLDT
KACHIKALLY   MAZDA
    NYAMBAI
    KANIFING ESTATE
    KANIFING SOUTH
    NAWEC HEAD OFFICE

 

NAWEC apologizes for the inconvenience caused while soliciting the usual understanding of its esteemed customers. Normal service will be restored as soon as the maintenance is completed.

Thank you.