Co-funding for solar systems in summer pasture lands


November 23, 2015





November 23, 2015




After the deadline has been postponed by three days, invitation was closed for offers in a public procurement for purchase and installation of photovoltaic panels and equipment in summer pasture lands, according to the Directorate for Energy Efficiency. Montenegro’s Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development have continued with the implementation of the project in order to provide better living and working conditions for large number of households and in order to create conditions for increasing the number of farmers there, the announcement said. The first procedure was aborted in October.
The invitation number 01-2328/6 is published on the website of the Public Procurement Administration.
Project Solarni katuni, worth an estimated EUR 55,000, including the value-added tax, was launched to finance 70% of the overall expenses, while the users will participate with the remainder. The offer is valid for 120 days after offers were publicly opened on November 23, and the applicants needed to file guarantees for immediate payment of 2% of the estimated value of the procurement. Still, the budget funds need to be assigned by the end of the year, so it is necessary to select the company in that time, the procedural documents say. The deadline for implementation is 365 days from when the contract is signed. The lowest price is the main criterium, followed by quality.
All four offers for the first Solarni katuni project, filed as 01-1837/6 and launched in April, were inadequate, so the procedure was anulled.

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