Enel has started a procedure for the sale of machinery and equipment from the plants that are involved in the Futur-e project. More information on the Enel Global Procurement portal.
Giving new life to sites that are no longer productive, but also to single machines and parts of plants that may have a new use outside of the plants that are no longer in operation. The Futur-e vision and the entire project commitment’s to sustainability can also be seen in the details.
On June 22, Enel started the sale process for the machinery and spare parts from some of the 23 Futur-e plants: these include steam and gas turbines, alternators, transformers and other equipment.
The list of machinery and equipment is published on the Global Procurement Enel portal, as well as the list of plants where they are found. The same site also published criteria, information and references allowing to know the machinery on sale, express interest and purchase.
Machinery and spare parts will be sold until they are available. Enel reserves itself the right to supplement, amend, terminate and cancel this sales process at any time.
All requests for the purchase of potential participants will be evaluated by an ad hoc committee on the basis of the information provided by means of the expression of interest. Following the analysis by the Committee, a formal notice of admission or a request of document integration will be sent.
Eligible companies can request an inspection, review the updated selection of machinery and spare parts on sale and, if necessary, submit a technical and financial offer through the Gare System (AES), open to offers without a fixed deadline.