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However, the government has yet to ...
However, the government has yet to do a grid integration study that businessman Herman Sablan said yesterday "should have been done years back."
Sablan is the local business partner for ACE, and is also among those helping the promotion of GEC's "green nuclear" technology in the CNMI and other parts of the world including Bangladesh where he just recently came from.
is aware of the government's plan to scale down the project contract from 10MW to "4MW or 5MW," depending on the result of the grid integration study.
"Hopefully the project will go through.
We've just been waiting for the government to award the contract," Sablan
told Saipan Tribune
said the solar photovoltaic power plant locations could be located in different parts of Saipan
"That letter of intent to support this green nuclear technology was signed.and then later on there was a power purchase agreement for diesel power signed; that kind of saddened Global Energy
told Saipan Tribune
green nuclear technology is worth considering.
Herman Sablan, a local ...
Herman Sablan, a local business partner of American Capital Energy, confirmed that they have been waiting for the actual contract award for months, and is hoping that with CUC now under a state of emergency, a contract will be forthcoming.
responded to Phase 1 of a solar power project, and was considered the best bid.
Two companies protested the Phase procurement, but both firms-including Saipan Solar System-voluntarily dropped their protests, Sablan
Herman Sablan, a businessman ...
Herman Sablan, a businessman and local representative of American Capital Energy Co., one of the foreign businesses that submitted a proposal to CUC for solar power generation, said in a separate phone interview yesterday that American Capital has long been waiting for the actual contract award.
responded to an RFP for phase 1 of the solar project involving 10 megawatts of renewable energy, he
Our people are already suffering because of high power rates but CUC is not moving forward with contract awards that went through bidding process," Sablan
also said American Capital
is offering "below" 20 cents per kilowatt power compared to CUC's current rate of over 30 cents per kW for residential customers.