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EPS invites expressions of interest for consultancy

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Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) said it seeks an environmental expert and independent engineer for its small hydropower plants project.

The invitation for expressions of interest follows the general procurement notice from July 29. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development said the power monopoly intends using the proceeds of its loan for a project to rehabilitate 15 small facilities and the construction of two new ones on existing water management dams in Serbia.

Interested firms are invited to submit expressions of interest by June 12. The assignment is expected to start in September and last about 30 months. Maximum budget available is EUR 600,000, exclusive of value-added tax.

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