HeSaLight wins public lighting deal in Herceg Novi


November 17, 2015





November 17, 2015




A company from Roskilde in Denmark was selected for the EUR 2.7 million project of public lighting overhaul for the Municipality of Herceg Novi in Montenegro’s southwest. HeSaLight A/S was the only bidder for the works with a deadline for implementation of 90 days and a warranty of ten years. The accepted price includes value-added tax. Payment is divided into 12 tranches every six months.

The public procurement contract is for the replacement and installment of six thousand lights with LED lamps from 70W to 400W, including casings and wireless control, as well as maintenance and operation. The selected company guarantees electricity consumption will decrease by 70%.

The public call filed as 02-2-443-3/15 was published in June, and the procedure has been delayed due to various reasons including complaints.

HeSaLight was selected for public lightning overhaul in the municipality of Plav at the beginning of the year, in a project worth EUR 214,800.

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