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Study underway for Kostolac wind power plant

Kostolac wind power

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October 16, 2015

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National power producer EPS published an invitation on October 12 for offers for a feasibility study with a concept design for a future wind power plant at the coal mining complex of Kostolac, 90 kilometres east of Belgrade.

The public procurement project JN 1000-0041-2015 is for a wind park study for possible locations of Drmno, Petka, Ćirikovac and Klenovik, covering from to 1.5 to 10 square kilometres. A preliminary study showed 20 turbines of total capacity between 50 MW and 60 MW can be installed to operate for 20 or 25 years.

The soil was geotechnically researched. The current invitation for investment and technical documentation expires on November 13. The bidding process JN 12-15 DOIE for a consultant on a feasibility study and the project’s concept design was cancelled on September 3 after three offers, two deadline extensions and a complaint, as EPS cited conditions for selection haven’t been met.

An invitation was also placed on October 12 for offers for professional oversight during geological and geotechnical research for a future 9.9 MW solar power plant at the Petka slag pond, and for subsequent technical control of results. The procedure is filed as JNMV 01-15 and the selection is due by the end of October. Project 1000-0342-2015 for investment and technical paperwork for the extension of the planned facility was awarded to a consortium on October 16.

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