Central Government/Public Sector | Not Classified - South Africa | PID: 193010
The government of the Republic of South Africa is set to construct an 80 MW/320 MWh battery energy storage system in Vredendal, Western Cape Province

This is after Eskom, a state-owned electricity utility, invited expression of interest (EoI) for deployment of the facility at Skaapvlei substation

The deadline for submission of the project proposals is 11 September 2020 after which following a strict selection process the successful bidder will sign a contract to design, build and commission the storage facility within a period of seven and nine months

The contractor will further operate and provide maintenance services for a period of five years

Upon completion, the battery energy storage system facility is intended to help manage intermittent power generated by the nearby 100 MW Sere Wind Farm Project

The proposed project is a part of Eskom Investment Support Project (EISP) and Eskom Renewables Support Project (ERSP), both are funded by the World Bank through its International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), in conjunction with the African Develop Bank, and the New Development Bank

Eskom will pay USD 415 million or its whereabouts for implementation of the BESS project, which is Phase-I of EISP and ERSP, using direct payment disbursement method as defined by the World Bank’s Disbursement Guidelines for Investment Project Financing

| Updated on: 07 - Aug - 2020
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