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NamPower awards tender for Auas-Gerus transmission line project

Wednesday, 14 Apr 2021
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Namibia’s power utility, NamPower, has awarded Power Line Africa, a tender to design and construct the Auas-Gerus transmission line project worth USD 40.3 million. The line is expected to cover more than 800 km, and will form part of NamPower’s grid lines stretching across Namibia.

The Auas-Gerus transmission line project contract period stretches over 18 months. The existing transmission power lines will remain operational during this period and into the future.

The awarding of the tender was announced by the Central Procurement Board of Namibia (CPBN). The contract attracted only five companies.

This included Power Line Africa, Optipower (a division of Murray and Roberts), Transrail Lighting, the Norinco International Corporation, as well as a joint venture between the Sinohydro Corporation and Adaptive Building Land Construction.

NamPower intends to construct 400 kV power line from Kokerboom substation near Keetmanshoop to Auas substation near Dordabis. The line will be a much-needed bridge to help secure the supply of electricity to Namibia in future, and to open up opportunities for selling power to the Southern African Power Pool.

The company currently owns a transmission system and network of between 132 kV and 400 kV of overhead power lines, spanning a distance of more than 25,000 km – one of the longest in the world and enough to circle a continent.

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