DOE – The Finger Solar Power Plant 27 MW – Bermuda - Project Profile
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Department of Energy, Bermuda (DOE) is planning to undertake the construction of the Finger Solar Power Plant in St. George's, Bermuda.
The project involves the construction of a 27MW solar power plant on 24ha of land. It will include the construction of powerhouse, a substation, access roads, and the installation of 83,000 solar panels, transformers, generators, and the laying of transmission lines.
MoED stated that the initial phase of the solar project would use 6ha of the 24ha allocated from the runway extending out into Castle Harbour towards the implementation of the project and will initially have a generation capacity of 6MW. The remaining scope of the project will be developed in a subsequent second phase.
The Bermuda Engineering Company and Sol Invictus Holdings Ltd., have shown interest in this project.
In July 2016, the Ministry of Economic Development (MoED) announced a competitive phase of selecting the preferred bidder.
On December 2, 2016, The RFQ for this project was issued.
On February 3, 2017, The RFQ process for the solar project yielded 29 submissions, 19 met the criteria and were invited to bid.
The project involves the construction of a 27MW solar power plant on a 22ha of land at LF Wade International Airport, in St. George's, Bermuda.
The US$300 million project includes the following: