We have established a corporate mandate to maintain a strong auction process which will help us to select the right partners.
The purpose of the Call for the Expression of interest (EoI) is to request interest from investors regarding proposals for new electricity generation capacity.
During this period a consultation window will be opened allowing for questions concerning the Open Call for Tender process and draft documentation.
Expression of interest (EoI) should be submitted electronically to the GPE via email at email@example.com in english for review.
The GPE will call for the presentation of Bids from legalised local or foreign entities to execute power purchase agreements (PPA) with JPS.
The Generation Procurement Entity (GPE) was re-established January 2020 by way of Cabinet Decision for the purpose of processing new generating capacity.
The Entity was created to manage and administer the process for the procurement, by means of competitive bidding, of generation capacity by potential Independent Power Producers (IPPs) for sale of electricity to the Single Buyer. Such IPPs may be local and/or international which the GPE would be required to engage in an open and transparent manner.
The GPE is responsible to lead and manage the implementation and replacement of baseload generation in keeping with the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) which projects a twenty-year electricity generation for the country.
We are committed to providing high quality service while continually improving our operations.
We pride ourselves on consistently providing top-notch service.
We strive to continuously improve our processes through new and dynamic methods.
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