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Kuwait revealed the accepted three bids for IWPP advisory services

Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW), The Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) has granted three proposals for the planned Al-Zour North phase 2&3 independent water and power producer (IWPP) and Al-Khiran IWPP projects.

following three bidders proposals has been accepted :

EY (UK)
KPMG (Netherlands)
Rodl Middle East (Kuwait)
KAPP announced that it rejected a proposal submitted by UK-based Pricewater house Coopers (PwC).

The Az-Zour North Phase 2 & 3 Combined project, The thermal power generation Al-Zour North 2&3 IWPP is planned to has a capacity of 2,700MW and a water desalination capacity of up to 165 million imperial gallons a day (MIGD).

The AlKhairan Phase 1 project is required to have 1800MW Power Generation capacity and at least 125 million imperial gallons a day (MIGD) of desalinated water production capacity.

The PPP contract was signed on 23 January between Kuwait’s Ministry of Public Works and Umm al-Hayman Company for Wastewater Treatment, the special purpose vehicle (SPV) pattern to develop and operate and maintain the wastewater plant.

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