The Ministry of Energy Transition launches a call for tender for the completion of the “1000 megawatt solar” project.


The Ministry of Energy Transition and Renewable Energies announced, on its website, the launch of a call for tender for the completion of a 1000 MW solar energy project called “Solar 1000 MW”.

This project consists ofsetting-up special-purpose companies to undertake the construction of photovoltaic solar power plants with a capacity of 1,000 megawatts, at the national level, each plant will produce between 50 and 300 megawatts.

The sites destined for the projects will be presented to the companies with special purposes by the Algerian company for renewable energies “SHAEMS, SPA”, which has been entrusted by the relevant Ministry with studying the bid offers.

Any natural or legal person can participate in this tender, individually or in a group, provided that theyharness the necessary funds to complete this project and prove their successful references in the development and establishment of projects for electric power plants.

The bid offers for the “Solar 1000 MW” project should include a technical and financial offer, which the candidates must submit on April 30, 2022, at 10:00 (local time), at the latest, in the conference hall, Tower B, Chabani district, Val Hydra, Algiers.

Technical bids will be opened on the same day, while financial bids for those whose bids have been accepted will be opened at a later time.

It should be noted that this tender, which is organized for the benefit of investors, is part of the national policy for the energy transition and the development of renewable energies, and comes in implementation of the provisions of Executive Decree No. 17-98 of February 26, 2017, as amended and supplemented, which defines the procedure for requesting bids for the production of renewable energies or emanating from joint production and their incorporation into the the National Electricity Supply System.

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