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Energy Finance & Investment News in Armenia

Armenia's tender for 55-MW solar project attracts 20 bids

Armenia's tender for 55-MW solar project attracts 20 bids

🕔Jul 5, 2017

Armenia's Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources has received applications from 20 different bidders from China, USA, Germany, Spain, South Korea, Iran and other countries for the construction of the 50 MW solar project near the village of Masrik in the province of Gegharkunik.

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Prequalification Process launched for Masrik-1 PV project in Armenia

Prequalification Process launched for Masrik-1 PV project in Armenia

🕔May 26, 2017

Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund by the request of the Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources of RA is seeking private developers for the 55 MWp Masrik-1 solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant project.

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IFC arranges financing for Armenian hydroelectric power project

IFC arranges financing for Armenian hydroelectric power project

🕔Feb 14, 2017

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has arranged a landmark US$140 million financing package for the Vorotan Hydropower Cascade, one of Armenia’s main power generating facilities, to bolster the country’s supply of clean energy. 

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ContourGlobal completes Purchase of the Vorotan Hydroelectric Facility

ContourGlobal completes Purchase of the Vorotan Hydroelectric Facility

🕔Aug 19, 2015

ContourGlobal and the Republic of Armenia announced the completion of the acquisition of the assets of the Vorotan hydroelectric facility, a series of three individual power plants with a total electrical capacity of 405 MW on the Vorotan River in southern Armenia.

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ContourGlobal completes purchase of Armenia hydropower asset

ContourGlobal completes purchase of Armenia hydropower asset

🕔Jun 16, 2015

ContourGlobal has completed a takeover deal to acquire Vorotan Hydroelectric Complex, which is composed by three hydro-power plants (HPP) located on the Vorotan River in Syunik, Armenia.

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