Bermuda issues tender for development of national energy generation facility


Bermuda Land Development Company Limited (BLDC) invites local and international developers to submit their qualifications for consideration regarding the development of a national Energy Generation Facility.

Submissions for the infrastructure projects will close on May 23, 2018.

Viable partners for the project will be selected based on RFQ submissions; companies who qualify will be shortlisted to submit full proposals near the end of 2018. RFQ submission details, downloads and contact protocols are available at

Interesetd parties are requested to contact Sian Blackmore via Telephone: 441-292-5838 or Email:

Formed in 1996, BLDC is a private company which oversees the development of land and buildings previously occupied by US and Canadian military forces.

Francis Mussenden, CEO at BLDC, said: “Our mandate is to evaluate and support redevelopment options that strengthen the social and economic fabric of Bermuda, and we are seeking innovative, world-class partners to design, build and operate infrastructure projects that will benefit our residents and local businesses in the short and long-term.”

Hon. David Burch, Minister of Public Works, Bermuda, said: “These are exciting times in Bermuda. Bermuda’s economy is expanding and we are preparing for the future.

“Our energy infrastructure is nearing the end of its life cycle; additional energy production will help improve stability and reliability, especially during times of peak demand and emergency situations…“

Bermuda is a self-governing British Overseas Territory located in the mid-Atlantic, only two hours away from New York by flight, and easily accessible from the U.S., Canada and Europe. The tax-neutral island remains a popular jurisdiction for international investment, with stable legal and political systems, and a long history of collaboration between government, industry and regulators.