Public power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) seeks a consultant for the construction of the 66 MW Kostolac wind farm.
The state-owned company published a public call for the expressions of interest from consulting firms to assist in the preparation of the Kostolac wind farm project.
This will be the first renewable energy capacity in EPS’ portfolio, which is dominated by fossil fuel-fired power plants.
Companies are invited to submit prequalification documents for consulting services for the implementation of the project. The consultant shall provide expertise in concept preparation, tendering, engineering, design, project management and project execution services to the EPS.
“The purpose of the project is to increase and diversify the energy resources and to contribute emission-free and thus climate-friendly energy to the Serbian power grid. The duration of the consultant’s assignment is estimated to last 34 months, considering that the project shall be implemented until August 2021,” the Invitation for Expressions of Interest reads.
In November last year Elektroprivreda Srbije and the German development bank KfW signed a loan agreement worth EUR 80 million to finance the construction of the wind farm.