Yadenitsa dam design update goes to tender


August 17, 2015





August 17, 2015




Bulgaria’s state-owned National Electricity Company (NEK) has launched a BGN 3.57 million (EUR 1.83 million) tender for the update of the project design of Yadenitsa dam, in the southwest of the country, SeeNews reported.

The contract envisages the preparation of technical papers and supervision of the construction works,documents posted on NEK’s website earlier in the month indicated.

The construction of Yadenitsa dam will increase the volume of the lower reservoir of Chaira pumped-storage hydro power plan. The price offered will have 50% weight in the final assessment of the bids, as other factors to be taken into consideration will be the bidder’s technical expertise and the suggested timeframe for the completion of the project. The offers will be opened on September 28. Bidders should pay a guarantee of EUR 17,900.


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