Elektroprenos has EUR 153.3 million for investments


June 9, 2015





June 9, 2015




State-run power transmission system operator Transco (Elektroprenos-Elektroprijenos Bosne i Hercegovine a.d. Banja Luka) has BAM 300 million (EUR 153.3 million) available for investments in the energy system in 2015, SeeNews quoted local media.

The utility has already concluded contracts worth a total of EUR 28.1 million and currently has ongoing tenders in the amount of EUR 61.31 million, news agency Srna reported, quoting the company’s director Mato Zarić.

He added that these tenders will be finalized by mid-July and that Elektroprenos is presently preparing to invite bids for every remaining job envisaged in this year’s investment plan.


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