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ENERGY COMMISSION OF NIGERIA

FINANCIAL BIDS OPENING

INVITATION TO ATTEND THE FINANCIAL BID OPENING OF 2016 CAPITAL PROJECTS

With reference to our advertisement in the Daily Trust, The Nation Newspapers, and Federal Tenders Journal of Monday, 11th July, 2016, calling for submission of Technical and Financial bids of various projects of the commission in the 2016 Capital Appropriation; Energy Commission of Nigeria, after due process is pleased to announce the release of names of the pre-qualified companies, and therefore invites them to check their names on the commission’s website and Notice Board as earlier advertised. Only Companies with Technical bids that fulfilled the requirements would have their names pasted on the commission’s website and Notice Board and their Financial bids will be publicly opened at the premises of the Energy Commission of Nigeria, Abuja on Monday 23rd January, 2017, at 10:00 am

Signed
MANAGEMENT

SOURCE: FEDERAL TENDERS JOURNAL

 

THE INITIAL TENDER PUBLICATION IS SHOWN BELOW:

ENERGY COMMISSION OF NIGERIA

TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS

(1) INTRODUCTION
The Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) wishes to invite interested and credible companies to apply for the Technical and Financial bids of the various projects of the Commission for the 2016 fiscal year.

(2) SCOPE: The scope of work includes:
LOT 1: Promotion of Energy Planning tools in the six (6) geopolitical zones of the country (MAED, MESSAGE & NECAL 2050) for Capacity Building in Energy Planning

LOT 2: National Energy Summit on Energy and Climate Change

LOT 3: Survey of Fuelwood Consumption in Nigeria for Environmental Protection

LOT 4: Solar Powered Streetlights in various locations of the country

LOT 5: Solar Powered Boreholes in various locations of the country

LOT 6: Upgrading National Energy Databank (NEBD)

LOT 7: Solar Water Heaters in six (6) geopolitical zones , One Federal Government College per zone to reduce electricity consumption

LOT 8: National Workshop on Biofuels as alternative fuel

LOT 9: ECN-NYSC Training on Renewable Energy Technologies in six (6) geopolitical zones for self employment

LOT 10: Solar PV Mini-Grids to increase Energy access in six (6) geopolitical zones

LOT 11: Renovation of electrical installation in the ECN Headquarter Building to avoid fire outbreak

LOT 12: Popularization and Passing into law National Energy Policy and Meter Plan to attract investment in Energy Sector

LOT 13: Review of ECN law to position it as the National Focal Point for Energy and Energy Efficiency

LOT 14: Development of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for the Nigeria Energy Sector for performance Monitoring

LOT 15: Computerization of Finance, Accounting Stores and Audit System (including the six (6) Energy Research Centers) for accountability

LOT 16: Establishment of e-Registry, Computer and Accessories (including the six (6) Energy Research Centres) for transparency

LOT 17: Construction and Maintenance of Solar Streetlights

LOT 18: Construction of Solar Powered Borehole with overhead tank and public toiler – Phase 1 in Bayelsa West Senatorial District, Bayelsa State
(3) BIDDING CRITERIA: The following requirements for Tender shall be submitted:
(a) Certificate of Company Registration and Memorandum and Article of Association
(b) Evidence of valid Tax Clearance (2 photocopies) and VAT Certificates
(c) Evidence of pension compliance from National Pension Commission where applicable (ONLY Certificate of Compliance issued by Pension Commission is evidence)
(d) Evidence of compliance with the provision of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 on Training contribution
(e) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers (NDCCSPS) by inclusion of Interim registration report (IRR) issued by BPP in line with the provision of section 5(h) of the PPA, 2007
(f) Company profile with the list of technical/managerial staff with evidence of previous work experience, detailed clients , nature of work/contract, contract sum etc;
(g) Articulated Work plan and methodology
(h) Evidence of Financial Capability/Company Audited Account

(4) SUBMISSION
Bid document containing specifications on the interested lots can be obtained from the Office of the Secretary, Public Procurement Unit at the ground floor of the Energy Commission of Nigeria, upon payment of non-refundable fee of N20,000.00 only through e-collection in favour of Energy Commission of Nigeria. The prospective bidders shall enclose the original technical and original financial bids in two (2) separate envelopes indicating clearly lot of interest and marked Technical and Financial Bid respectively at the top corner of each envelope. The two (2) envelopes in one sealed envelope which shall be sealed and bear the lot description; the name and address of the Company and addressed to:

The Director General/CEO,
Energy Commission of Nigeria,
Plot 701C, Central Business District,
PMB 358, Garki, Abuja.

The document should be submitted at the relevant bid box in the reception of the Energy Commission’s premises in Abuja between 11th July and 10am on 23rd August, 2016.

NOTE:
(i) Bids shall be closed at 10.00am and be opened immediately thereafter on 23rd August, 2016 at the premises of the Energy Commission of Nigeria in Abuja
(ii) Only Companies with technical bids that fulfill the requirements would have their names pasted on the Commission’s notice board and their financial bids opened on a date to be indicated on the same notice
(iii) All bids are expected to include ORIGINAL COPIES of the receipt of tender fee in their financial bid envelopes
(iv) Name, address, email and phone numbers of the companies should also be clearly written at the back of the envelopes
(v) Submission of bidding document is not a guarantee for the award of contract
(vi) All submissions would be verified from the relevant Agencies like Federal Inland Revenue (FIRS), BPP etc
(vii) Late submission will not be accepted.

5.0 DISCLAIMER AND CONCLUSION
5.1 This publication is for information purpose only and does not constitute an offer by the Energy Commission of Nigeria to transact with any party for the project, nor does it constitute a commitment or obligation on the part of the Commission to procure concession services.
5.2 The Commission will not be responsible for any expenses incurred by any party(ies) in connection with any response to this invitation and or preparation or submission in response to an inquiry.
5.3 The Energy Commission of Nigeria reserves the right to terminate the selection process at any time without incurring any liabilities

Signed
Director-General/CEO
Energy Commission of Nigeria, Abuja