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WaterNSW / Renewable Energy and Storage Opportunities - Renewable Energy Opportunities WaterNSW

RFT ID Renewable Energy Opportunities WaterNSW
RFT Type Notice
Published 26-Apr-2018
Closes 1-May-2018 12:00pm
Category (based on UNSPSC)
26000000 - Power Generation and Distribution Machinery and Accessories
Agency WaterNSW


Contact Person
Meenu Rajput
Phone: 0298652339
procurement@waternsw.com.au

Tender Details

WaterNSW assets have been identified as a potential source of opportunities to develop renewable energy generation and/or storage projects in NSW.

Location

NSW Regions: Far North Coast, Mid North Coast, New England, Central Coast, Hunter, Cumberland/Prospect, Nepean, Northern Sydney, Inner West, South East Sydney, South West Sydney, Central West, Orana/Far West, Riverina/Murray, Illawarra, Southern Highlands

RFT Type

Notice - A notice published on this website that relates to procurement or other relevant matters. It does not normally require any formal response. This is not a tender.

This tender opportunity is not expected to lead to the award of a contract, or the award details will be advertised elsewhere. Please telephone or email the contact officer for details


Additional Details / Instructions

This EOI process is investigating the opportunity for WaterNSW’s existing infrastructure and water resources, such as 42 dams across the state, to offer private developers the key ingredient required to develop new renewable energy generation and/or storage projects.

Conditions for Participation

This is not a tender opportunity and is not expected to lead to the award of a contract. This is only an industry briefing session to gather interests form the market. Please telephone or email the contact officer for details

 


Multi Agency Access

No