Greece: DEDDIE’s tender for distribution network up-grades relaunched, SEE Energy News
DEDDIE – electricity distribution system operator plans to strengthen and modernize the electricity distribution network for its role in the energy transition, while also protecting it against extreme weather conditions.
DEDDIE, a subsidiary of Public Power Corporation (PPC) has relaunched 1.6 billion euros worth tender for the upgrade of electricity distribution network across Greece in the next five years.
The tender was initially announced several months earlier but then withdrawn to take into account and adopt certain observations made by interested parties. The relaunched tender concerns 37 con-tracts across the country, 8 of which are in the wider Athens area, 9 in the Macedonia-Thrace region, 7 in the Peloponnese and Epirus, 6 in central Greece and 7 at island locations.
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