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Call for purchase and installation of solar systems

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July 31, 2015

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The Ministry of Economy announced a public invitation for public procurement for purchase and installation of photovoltaic systems in summer pasture lands, the Directorate for Energy Efficiency said in a press release. The invitation is published on the website of the Public Procurement Administration.

The bids for the project, worth an estimated EUR 55 million for co-financing 70% of individual installations, will be received until September 9. The best offer will be selected within 120 days. The guarantee for the bid is worth 2% of the estimated sum. Deadline for completion is 365 days after the contract is signed.

As the directorate published in April, in order to provide better living and working conditions for a large number of households residing on summer pasture lands and in order to create conditions for increasing the number of farmers in summer pasture lands, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development have continued with the implementation of the project Solarni katuni.

 

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