Middle East: Dubai Electricity & Water Authority launches tender process for the Hassyan clean coal power project
Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) has announced a competitive tender process to select a suitable developer or developer consortium to own 49 per cent of a project company to build and operate an independent power project (IPP). The new clean coal-fired power generation facility, with an aggregate capacity of 1,200MW, will be located at the Saih Shuaib area on the Arabian Gulf coast in the emirate of Dubai and is due to be commissioned before the summer of 2020.
The power generated by the project will be purchased by DEWA under a long-term power-purchase agreement (PPA).
Interested parties that have experience of undertaking similar projects are invited to submit an expression of interest (EOI) to DEWA by no later than 12:00 on 24 April 2014…
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