Neptune Regional Transmission System Project

United States has Released a tender for Neptune Regional Transmission System Project in . The tender was released on Nov 25, 2005. The GT reference number for the notice is 743415. The scope of work comes under

Country - United States

Summary - Neptune Regional Transmission System Project

Deadline - Dec 31, 2025

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Address - United States

Contact details - 565656565

Tender notice no. - 76454545

GT Ref Id - 743415

Document Type - Tender Notices

Notice Details:

Description - Project Summary: The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) Board of Trustees approved a 20-year contract with Neptune Regional Transmission System LLC (NeptuneRTS) to construct and operate an undersea high-voltage transmission cable capable of supplying up to 660 megawatts of electricity to Long Island by 2007. NeptuneRTS is a consortium of companies with extensive experience in the field of electricity infrastructure development. The developers have selected Siemens AG, a leading global supplier of electric facilities, and Pirelli, a world-leading manufacturer of electricity transmission cable, to design and construct the project. Members of the development consortium include Cianbro Development Corporation (project manager); Boundless Energy, LLC; ESAI Energy Ventures, LLC; Standard Energy Development, Inc. and CTSBM Investments LLC. Project Value / Financing: Development and equity financing for Neptune is being provided by Energy Investors Funds (EIF) and Starwood Energy Investors, LLC, an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group Global, LLC. EIF currently manages five private equity funds that have made over 65 diversified investments with a combined underlying asset value exceeding $5 billion. EIF, which is 100% management-owne

Gt Ref Id - 743415

Type of Tender - Not Specified

Tender Notice No. - Not Provided

Deadline - Dec 31, 2025

Document Type - Tender Notices

Updates - N.A

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