Myanmar 1,000MW Solar Tender Webinar
As you may know, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (“MOEE”) of the Government of Myanmar has launched a tender for the provision of up to 1,000MW of solar power generation at various locations around the country. The Invitation to Bid was published yesterday on 18 May 2020 and the submission date is in just a few weeks, on 18 June 2020.
VDB Loi will hold a live webinar on Friday 22 May 2020 at 2pm to share our insights on various aspects of the tender.
- What exactly do you bid on? Which tariff is EPGE expecting?
- Is the land for solar power projects provided by EPGE?
- Does Myanmar usually require bid security, pre-qualification?
- Which Model PPA is Myanmar using? Are there any major changes and what are issues we should know about?
- Is a local partner required or useful for power projects in Myanmar? What kind of partners do you need to qualify for tenders?
- What is my financial exposure for this project?
- Lessons learned from financing other renewable power projects in Myanmar
- How can I find financing for this project in a limited time?
|2.00pm – 2.45pm||Presentation|
|2.00pm – 3.00pm||Roundtable with sponsors, construction companies and PV panel providers|
Our Energy and Infrastructure team is working on approximately 80% of the Power deals in Myanmar. The energy and infrastructure team in our firm has one goal: using the unique local knowledge and relationships we have spent years building up, to give your deal the edge. We are the ultimate in ground connectivity. International financial institutions are confident in our advice, choosing us for several of their largest-ever financing transactions in our markets. Governments trust us to act for them on their privatizations and private sector partnerships. Our ability to navigate government administrations is exceptional, saving precious time on approval processes and improving the transparency of infrastructure projects.
Edwin is the senior partner of VDB Loi and a leading foreign legal advisor living in Myanmar since 2012. A frequent advisor to the Government on transactions and privatizations in energy, transportation and telecom, he is widely recognized for his “vast knowledge” (Legal 500) and his ability “to get difficult things through the bureaucracy ” (Chambers, 2016). He advises international financial institutions on their largest Myanmar transactions, oil and gas supermajors, a greenfield multi- billion US$ telecom project and the Japanese Government on the Thilawa SEZ. He assisted two newly licensed foreign banks setup in Myanmar, acted for the sponsor of an 800MUS$ urban infrastructure PPP project and worked on 6 out of 7 power deals inked in 2016.
Charles is a lawyer qualified to practice in Paris and educated in France, the United States and China. He has extensive experience in Southeast Asia where he has worked on a wide range of energy and infrastructure projects, as well as on regulatory reforms, notably on PPP projects. He is currently advising a wide range of sponsors on renewable and non-renewable power projects.
Marc Maung has over 8 years of professional experience in business development and project management for various businesses, including trading and distribution, manufacturing, logistics, agriculture, energy, and infrastructure development. He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Management Degree in Finance from Singapore Management University. He has worked both in Myanmar and overseas, and with many international companies on energy and infrastructure projects.
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May 22, 2020
Yangon: 2.00pm | Bangkok: 2.30pm | Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia: 3.30pm | Seoul, Tokyo: 4.30pm | London:8.30am | Amsterdam, Paris: 9.30am |
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