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The Ministry of Energy and Water, Lebanon (MoEW) and Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) are planning to undertake the construction of Hawa Akkar Wind Farm project in Lebanon.
The project involves the construction of a 60MW onshore wind farm on 300,00m2 of land. It will include the construction of a substation and 20 wind towers, the installation of turbines generators, and transformers and the laying of transmission lines.
In September 2012, MoEW and LCEC have issued an Expression of Interest (EoI) for the development of the project.
In October 2012, a total of 23 local and foreign companies have shown interest in the project.
In 2013, four companies have applied for the tender. they are; A joint venture of Hawa Akkar Ltd, Goldwind and Construction Contractors Company (CCC), the second applicant a joint venture between local group Debbas and a French partner, the third applicant a joint venture between Batco, Turkish firm Tefirom, and the local Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE) and the fourth applicant has not yet been disclosed.
The project will be fully operated independently by the winning bidder after the signing of the “Power Purchase Agreement” with Lebanese Government.
Tender applications were closed in 2013.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 60MW wind farm near Halba in Akkar, Lebanon.
The US$100 million project includes the following: