September 10 (Solar) – Three Dutch companies have started a search for contractors to install and maintain more than 18.5 MWp of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems across the Netherlands.
The largest tender, as described in a notice on the EU’s Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) last week, is for the construction, management and maintenance of a 12-MWp solar park at Bodemzorg Limburg’s landfill site at the Maastricht Airport. The contract has an estimated total value of EUR 12 million (USD 13.9m), excluding VAT. The capacity will not be divided into lots, according to the tender documents.
The second tender is for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors who can install, manage and maintain a 6.5-MW solar plant at a landfill site in Rheezerveen municipality, in the central-eastern province of Overijssel. The competition was launched by NV ROVA Holding, with the value of the contract estimated at EUR 6.5 million. This is without VAT.
The deadline for submitting bids in the two tenders is October 8.
Separately, proposals are being sought by October 25 for the installation, procurement and connection of solar PV systems at nine facilities of Emmen municipality, Drenthe province, and a facility owned by the Hondsrug College in Emmen. A 10-year maintenance of the solar power arrays is also within the scope of the contract, the expected value of which was not disclosed.
(EUR 1.0 = USD 1.607)