News

Medium voltage transmission network procurement

Published

May 19, 2015

Comments

0

Share

Published:

May 19, 2015

Comments:

0

Share

Electricity distribution operator Oshee received procurement procedure applications for the construction of the 20 kV network Paskuqan – Babrru No. 2, Investment.albaniaenergy.org portal reported. The procurement came after the open notice released on April 8 for the construction of 20kV Paskuqan – Babru network No. 5, with April 30 as deadline for prequalification submission, and the open notice for network No. 3 with deadline on May 8. The procurement’s limit fund is established at ALL 222.15 million (EUR 1.59 million) plus value-added tax and with the incomes from operating expenses. The deadline for completion of works is five months.

Related Articles

EU EUR 1 billion energy support package Western Balkans

EU launches EUR 1 billion energy support package for Western Balkans

07 December 2022 - The EU will back six renewable energy infrastructure projects in the Western Balkans with grants from a EUR 500 million package

roundtable solar locations mapping belgrade the nature conservancy

Mapping sustainable sites for 1 GW of solar power plants in Serbia

06 December 2022 - Sites for building solar power plants should be selected in line with sustainable development principles, according to experts working on the project Smart-from-the start planning for sustainable development - Mapping solar potentials

sarajevo toplotne pumpe ebrd grejanje

Sarajevo to introduce heat pumps technology in district heating system

06 December 2022 - The initiative for a heat pump project is a joint effort of the City of Sarajevo and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

MEP Kokkalis EU penalize coal power Western Balkans CBAM

MEP Kokkalis: EU shouldn’t penalize coal power in Western Balkans while producing coal-fired electricity itself

06 December 2022 - Many EU member states are prioritizing energy security over decarbonization and reviving retired coal power plants, MEP Petros Kokkalis said