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City of Pančevo seeks bids to install 3 solar-powered bus shelters

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June 14, 2018

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The City of Pančevo has invited bids to build, deliver, and install three solar-powered bus shelters, according to an announcement on its website.

The solar-powered bus shelters are to be equipped with an energy storage battery, LED lighting, USB mobile phone chargers, and a Wi-Fi router.

The offers must be submitted by July 18, when they will be opened, and the decision on awarding the contract will be made within 25 days of bid opening.

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