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Croatian Dalekovod and BiH Elektroprivreda HZHB signed EUR 20 million contract

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April 6, 2017

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Power transmission equipment maker Dalekovod d.d. from Croatia announced it signed in Mostar the contract for the reconstruction and construction of transmission lines and transformer stations with Bosnia’s power utility Elektroprivreda HZHB, worth over EUR 20 million.

The project is divided into three parts according to the type of works, and covers the construction of over 70 kilometers of new and the reconstruction of almost 400 kilometers of existing transmission lines, and the construction of 25 new and the reconstruction of 40 existing transformer substations. It is estimated that the works will be completed in three years.

The contract signatories for Elektroprivreda HZ HB were General Manager Marinko Gilja and Executive Director Ilija Bakalar, and for Dalekovod d.d. President of the Management Board Alen Premužak and the Member of the Management Board Ivan Kurobasa.

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