E.ON completes EUR 8 million investment in energy supply security


March 20, 2015






March 20, 2015





Modernization and Scada system integration of E.ON Moldova Distribuţie S. A. substations’ project was completed by E.ON Distribuţie România, Germany’s biggest power supplier’s subsidiary based in Târgu-Mureș, Business-review.eu portal said.

The project was co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDR), following a RON 35 million (EUR 8 million) investment. The project was implemented over a period of 32 months starting with July 25, 2012, in 26 substations.


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