Madagascar is inviting companies to tender for two solar PV projects with a combined capacity of 210 MW.
The country's ministry of energy, Ministère de l'Energie et des Hydrocarbures, has determined that two plants will be built, a large one with a capacity of 200 MW, and a smaller 10 MW plant.
The 200 MW plant is to be built near Ihazolava, about 80 km south of Antananarivo, the country's capital city. The smaller plant is to be built in Mahajanga, a city located on the northwest coast of the country.
According to the tenders issued by Madagascar’s Ministry of Energy and Hydrocarbons, bidders for the construction of both plants need to submit a preliminary report indicating the nature and capacity of the facilities envisaged and the amount of investment.
The deadline for application is 9 August 2023.
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Madagascar’s energy policy, published in 2015, states that the country aims to generate 85% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030.