Turkey firm invites construction bids for 62-MW Dogancay

Turkish hydropower developer Ceylin Enerji Uretim Sanayi Ticaret A.S. seeks bids for construction and hydro-mechanical works of the 62-MW Dogancay hydroelectric project on Turkey's Dogancay Stream. Bids are due June 30.

Ceylin Enerji is an affiliate of developer EnerjiSA Enerji Uretim A.S., which took bids in November to build the 81.3-MW Yamanli 2 hydroelectric project on Goksu River. EnerjiSA, a joint venture of Turkish conglomerate Sabanci Holding and Austrian utility Verbund, received an 865 million euro (US$1.3 billion) credit in 2008 for development of hydro projects.

The developer seeks bids for construction of the Dogancay weir and hydro project in Adana Province. The project includes a concrete gravity weir with uncontrolled spillway; a 7-kilometer, 3.5-meter-diameter power tunnel; intake structure; underground powerhouse; surge tank; and 200-meter vertical, 500-meter horizontal penstock. The work is to be completed in 40 months.

Tender documents may be obtained from the address below until noon June 15. Bids in Turkish are due by noon June 30.

For information, contact Koray Ozbek, Ceylin Enerji Uretim Sanayi Ticaret A.S., Ceyhun Atif Kansu Cad. No. 106 Baskent Plaza Kat: 7, Balgat 06520 Ankara, Turkey; (90) 3125834023; Fax: (90) 3124738546; E-mail: kozbek@enerjisa.com.tr; Internet: www.enerjisa.com.tr.

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