Uganda seeks distribution transformers

Uganda: The Rural Electrification Agency of Uganda (REA) has received funds for the acquisition of supply and delivery of self-protected distribution transformers.

African Development Bank will be funding the 413 km power line for $4 M. The project also targets 297 public institutions and plans to connect at least 22,000 households with electricity.

The REA has invited sealed bids from eligible bidders for the provision of the transformers.

According the REA, bidding will be conducted in accordance with the Open International Bidding (OIB) method contained in the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act, 2003, and is open to all bidders. The deadline given for the bids is March 20th 2019.

There are three lots available for bidding.

Lot 1 includes a 50 kVA/33 kV and a 100 kVA/33 kV transformer. Lot 2 is for a 200 kVA/33 kV transformer and Lot 3 is for a 500 kVA/33 kV transformer.

Source: ESI Africa and The North Africa Post