KfW bank financing Montenegro capital power cable project, Siemens and Dalekovod sets a unique underground 110 kV cable

21. November 2012. / SEE Energy News

KfW bank financing Montenegro capital power cable project, Siemens and Dalekovod sets a unique underground 110 kV cable

Setting of underground cable is performed for the first time in Montenegro, and the main advantage of the solution is to avoid the visual impact of transmission lines and less spatial complexity.

Montenegrin transmission system begins work on setting up a high-voltage underground cable between the substation “Podgorica 3” on Cvijetin Brijeg and “Podgorica 5” in Zabjelo.

– In accordance with the legislation, technical regulations and building permits issued last month by the relevant ministry, starting from 15.11.2012, a consortium of reputable companies “Siemens” and “Dalekovod” – Zagreb will work with its subcontractors on the implementation of this very important project.

Setting of the underground cable is performed for the first time in Montenegro, and the main advantage of the solution is to avoid visual impact of transmission lines and less spatial complexity. The cable that runs along the dominant mini detour, will improve the safety and quality of electricity supply of the Capital, through two way power supply of consumers in Zabjelo, Cvijetinog Brijeg and Old Airport.

A three and a half million euro loan from the German KfW bank has already been secured for this work.

Source Montenegro TV/Serbia Energy

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