Cape Verde Launches Tender for PV Projects
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An international public tender for the supply of equipment and installation of two solar PV plants has been issued by the government of Cape Verde via its Ministry of Agriculture and Environment. The solar PV plants are to be located in two villages in the municipality of Tarrafal, Santiago Island.
The award criteria is the lowest price.
Potential interested parties may consult the documents related to the Public Tender no. 05/UGA/MAA/2017 either at the Procurement Management Unit of the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment, located at Largo Guedes de Menezes, or by viewing the public contracts website (

Alternatively, Miranda / CV Lexis may provide the relevant documents.
Companies interested in submitting a proposal may do so by 4 pm (Cape Verde time) on April 17. Proposals shall be delivered in person or sent by regular mail to the Procurement Management Unit of the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment. The proposal and required documents must be written in the Portuguese language. If the originals are written in a foreign language, they must be translated into Portuguese and the translation must be duly certified.
On April 3, starting at 8 am, a mandatory technical visit to the site will be held, with the departure taking place from the General Directorate of Agriculture, Forestry and Livestock at Achada São Filipe, Praia.

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