Supply, Delivery, Installing, Testing, Commissioning, Operating, handing over and maintaining a solar PV off grid systems in 2 Governorates in Yemen Sana’a & Aden
Deadline: 30-May-2019 09:00 (GMT 0.00)
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The conflict in Yemen has significantly worsened the already low electricity access level with severe impacts on urban public services as well as commercial and industrial activities, which all rely heavily on a functioning power supply. Fuel is scarce and many electricity generation facilities have been damaged.
The national grid has disintegrated into several subnational systems because transmission links were damaged or ceased operations due to the conflict. Consequently, public electricity supply has been completely shut down in large areas of the country, including major cities such as Sana'a, Al Hodeida and Taiz. Only an estimated ten percent of the population has access to reliable electricity. Light emissions visible from satellite imagery indicate that electricity consumption has decreased by about 75 percent. The impact on facilities dependent on reliable electricity has been devastating. Hospitals, water pumping stations, water treatment stations, industry and commercial facilities have all had to cut back operations or find alternative power sources.
The aims of this sub-project is to provide critical public services facilities, including health services and schools with sufficient electricity to run their daily life in urban areas.
The purpose of this sub project is to provide sufficient electricity access for 6 hospitals located in Aden and Sana'a with a total capacity of not less than 305.7 kWp.
LOT 1: BOQ 4 Facilities Aden :
National Centre Aden 12°48'25.33"N,45° 2'19.86"E ;Sadakah Hospital-Main Aden 12°52'37.62"N,44°59'0.71"E ;Sadakah Hospital-Emergency Aden 12°52'37.62"N, 44°59'0.71"E ;Mental Hospital Aden 12°52'41.65"N,44°59'9.38"E
Lot 2: 2 Facilities Sana’a:
Zayed Hospital Sana’a 15°44'57"N, 44°24'41" E; National Centre for Public Health Lab. Sana’a 15.35’86’01"N, 44.19’46’62"E
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