Twelve Indian companies are in the running to win a contract to build electricity networks in 6 cities in Togo. The financing for this work was granted by Exim-Bank of India.
Six Togolese cities, namely Aneho, Kpalimé, Atakpamé, Sokodé, Kara and Dapaong, will benefit from better access to electrification in a little over a year.
Indeed, the Togolese government has received a line of credit from the Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) to finance works for the "supply and construction of medium and low voltage electricity networks to strengthen the electrical energy distribution capacity in these urban areas".
This is what is indicated in a tender notice published by the Compagnie Energie électrique du Togo (CEET) on its web portal, on Monday 21 September 2020.
This restricted call for tenders is addressed to a dozen companies of Indian origin, which should submit their applications no later than November 12, 2020. Among them are the giants Ashoka Buildcon, Jaguar Overseas, Transrail Lighting, Mohan Energy Corporation Private, Jakson and KEI Industries.