LCEC Launches Two New Solar Photovoltaic Bids for Public Building
As part of the national plan launched by the Ministry of Energy and Water to install solar photovoltaic systems on the rooftops of 10 public buildings, the LCEC will be leading the installation of four (4) new solar photovoltaic systems for the benefit of the Lebanese Army and the Lebanese Internal Security Forces. The 4 sites will be distributed into 2 different bids, one including solely the Ministry of Defense building (50 kW), and the second bid including three buildings: the Lebanese Army Dispensary of Qobbeh- Tripoli, the Lebanese Army Dispensary of Ablah- Bekaa, and El Helou Barracks of the Internal Security Forces in Corniche El Mazraa- Beirut (a total of 130 kW). A request for proposals has been issued by the LCEC and the bidding process is expected to take around two months. To know more about the two bids, contact Ms. Farah Mawla: firstname.lastname@example.org. Two other bids for two national landmark projects will be launched at the International Beirut Energy Forum 2017.
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