UNDP tender for photovoltaic system in Macedonian village of Hamzali

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October 16, 2017






October 16, 2017





The UNDP Country Office in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has published a tender for Procurement and installation of grid-connected photovoltaic system in village of Hamzali.

UNDP invites interested companies to submit offers in a sealed envelope not later than 25 October 2017 at 10:00 at the address of UNDP. More details can be found in the Request for quotation document and Annex 4 – Drawing and location.

The subject of tender are design of the grid-connected photovoltaic rooftop system with installed capacity of 40 kWp, delivery of the 250 Wp PV modules and 20 kW three-phase inverters, installation, designer supervision, setting, testing, commissioning and service, the UNDP said in a statement.

The winner will have maximum 2 months upon signing of contract for completion for delivery and installation works and must provide services support within maximum 10 days upon request within the warranty period.

Village of Hamzali is in the Municipality of Bosilovo which is located in the south-east of the country.


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