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Dalekovod signs EUR 10 million deal with Sweden’s Svenska Kraftnat

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June 13, 2018

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Croatian power transmission equipment maker Dalekovod has signed a contract worth over EUR 10 million with Sweden’s state-owned electricity transmission system operator Svenska Kraftnat, according to a news release on Dalekovod’s website.

The contract covers the reconstruction of the 400 kV and 220 kV overhead transmission lines around the 400/220/110 kV substation near the city of Ostersund and is scheduled to last for two years.

Dalekovod re-entered the Swedish market in 2017, when it launched cooperation with privately-owned grid company Markbygden Net, the news release recalled.

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