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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: BEI - Conseiller technico-économique pour la réalisation d’une étude de faisabilité pour le projet de centrale solaire à concentration (Concentrated Solar Power Project) en Namibie

2015/S 212-384004


Location: Namibia

 1.Reference code

TA2014032 NA ITF

Restricted international tender

EU – Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund

ACP-EU Investment Facility
 5.Contracting Authority

European Investment Bank, 98-100, boulevard Konrad Adenauer, L-2950, Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg,
 6.Nature of contract

Global price
 7.Contract description

NamPower, the national power utility of Namibia, has embarked on feasibility studies with the aim to develop a CSP power station with storage in Namibia. The feasibility studies will continue on the basis of previous pre-feasibility studies. The CSP study is jointly financed by NamPower, GEF (as part of the CSP Transfer of Technology project launched by the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy) and the Sustainable Energy for All Initiative through the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund.
NamPower has requested the EIB to procure the Techno Economic Advisory Services from companies with experience and skills in the field of CSP.
The scope of services for the Techno-economic Advisor consists of a full and comprehensive Feasibility and Implementation Study, starting from a technology scoping report and ending with the drafts of financing documents and commercial agreements (including all intermediary and auxiliary steps, tasks and reports)
The team should be composed of a Team Leader, a power plant engineer, a biomass specialist, an economist as well as electrical and mechanical engineers. The core team will be supported by short-term experts whose qualifications should include I&C and water/hydrological engineering, civil and structural engineering, geology, procurement.
 8.Indicative budget

EUR 1,100,000
 9.Intended timing of publication of the procurement notice

December 2015
 10.Additional information

 11.Legal basis

The EU – Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund Agreement setting out the rules relating to the implementation and administration of the Trust Fund, dated 23 April 2007.


There must be a minimum period of 30 calendar days between the publication of this contract forecast and the publication of the corresponding procurement notice.

No applications or requests for information should be sent at this stage.