This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this project which was published on the Procurement Notices section of the Nefco’s website.
Utility Company «Teploenergo» of Kremenchuk city council of Kremenchuk district of Poltava region hereinafter referred to as “the Employer” intends using the proceeds of loan from the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “the Bank”) and a grant from Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance (DSIF) towards the cost of Energy-efficient Rakivka Project, hereinafter referred to as “the Project”.
The Employer now invites tenders from Contractors for the following contracts to be funded from part of the proceeds of the loan and grant:
Lot 1 – Supply, installation and commission of two Boiler houses and SCADA system (KREM-1), including design, supply, installation, inspection, testing, pre-commissioning and commissioning of two new boiler houses and the auxiliary equipment, as well as perform all required civil works, and training of the boiler house personnel. The boiler houses envisage installation of four hot water boilers with the capacity of 10 MW each (two for each boiler houses) SCADA system for the whole complex of the heating system equipment, and auxiliary equipment, fittings and piping with a burner, a gas regulator, safety automation and regulation of combustion and other auxiliary equipment.
Lot 2 – Supply, installation and commission of biofuel boiler house (KREM-2), including design, supply, installation, inspection, testing, pre-commissioning and commissioning of the biofuel boiler house and the auxiliary equipment, as well as perform all required civil works, and training of the boiler house personnel. The boiler house envisage installation one new hot water biofuel boiler with capacity 4MW, fuel supply system, equipment and constructions of the fuel storage, heat exchangers and pump equipment for boiler circuit and heat supply circuit, frequency converters, flue gas cleaning, smoke exhaust system with smoke stack, shut-off and control valves, pipes for heat, water and gas supply, test and measuring equipment and instruments, electrical equipment and safety system, dispatch and control systems.
Participants have the option to bid for any one or more lots. Tenders will be evaluated lot-wise, taking into account discounts offered, if any, for combined lots. The contract(s) will be awarded to the Participant or Participants offering the lowest evaluated cost to the Employer for combined lots, subject to the selected Participant(s) meeting the required qualification criteria for lot or combination of lots as the case may be.
A two-stage tender procedure will be applied.
The project is co-financed by the grant from Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance (DSIF), a facility providing soft financing established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and managed by the Investment Fund for Developing Countries, a foundation registered in Denmark.