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Siemens hired for construction of substation

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June 2, 2016

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Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) and Siemens d.o.o. reached an agreement on the construction of 110/10 kV substation Beograd 23 – Autokomanda worth EUR 7.67 million. The contract was signed by acting head Milorad Grčić and chief executive Udo Eichlinger, respectively.

EPS’s priorities are the modernization of the system, improving efficiency and raising quality of distribution services, according to Grčić. In Eichlinger’s words, Siemens’s Serbian subsidiary, as the leading company in the consortium, will deliver the most sophisticated high and medium voltage equipment with control system and protection relays.

Works on the facility on three storeys in capital Belgrade’s central area, with the surface of 3,945 square metres and adjacent business space, will also be conducted by M enterijer gradnja d.o.o. and Elektroizgradnja. The deadline for the completion is in two years.

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