GET FiT Zambia calls for project site information

first_imgFeatured image: Stock Following the announcement of the 10 shortlisted firms for its 100MW solar PV tender, GET FiT Zambia now invites them to provide project site information for the next phase of the tender, the Interim Rapid Grid Assessment (IRGA).“GET FiT Zambia now invites any interested landholder in Zambia to submit site information for a pool of project sites that we will publish in a dedicated folder in the tender data room, which shortlisted applicants may access if they wish.“Please note that we generally expect that shortlisted applicants will only make use of the sites published in the data room in case the IRGA result for an initial proposed site shows that the grid is not sufficient to connect the Project at that location.”SubmissionsPlease send your submission to [email protected] any submission, please provide the following information:Nearest city, town, village to the siteName and voltage level of nearest ZESCO substation (including distance)GPS coordinates of the siteContact nameContact details (Email, Phone)Shortlisted firmsEach of the shortlisted companies or consortia will submit proposals for up to two projects of up to 20MW each.It is expected that at least 5 projects will be selected for implementation. At time of launch of the Request for Proposal (RfP), it is expected that the standardised project agreements developed under the GET FiT Zambia programme will also be released. Read more: GET FiT Zambia shortlists 10 candidates Generation RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA Finance and Policy UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development BRICS TAGSGET FiT ZambiaInterim Rapid Grid Assessment (IRGA)solarZambiaZesco Previous articleIndia sets high ambitions – 100,000MW solar PV investmentNext articleZambia to implement cost-reflective tariffs appropriately Ashley TheronAshley Theron-Ord is based in Cape Town, South Africa at Clarion Events-Africa. She is the Senior Content Producer across media brands including ESI Africa, Smart Energy International, Power Engineering International and Mining Review Africa.last_img read more