Montenegro:Bids for the second unit of TPP Pljevlja, seven companies and consortiums in the race, SEE Energy News
Montenegro Power Utility Company expects by the end of September, the final bids for the construction of the second unit of thermal power plant in Pljevlje. Bids will be evaluated by the criteria of the best financial –technical- environmental relations and commercial proposals and a minimum total risk of the project implementation.
Interest to the project showed seven consortiums and companies. Interested for the second unit construction of TPP is Poland consortium, which makes companies Pol-Mot, Alstom, Foster Wheeler, Czech Skoda Praha, China Machinery Engineering Corporation and China Gezouba Group International Engineering Company.
Interest for the second unit construction also showed Slovakian consortium which makes Istroenergo Group IEG and SES Tlmace, than Power china Hubei Electric Power Survey & Design Institute and China National Electric Engineering Co.
EPCG, according to the Study for the second unit construction of TPP, has intention to build new unit, of 220 to 300 megawatts, o the location of the existing first unit.
EPCG commitment is, as said its representatives, to choose the best bidder without tender, while the project would be implemented through the international agreement.
The bidder obligation would be to provide a credit of 75 to 85 percent of the money needed for the project implementation or that, in a certain percentage with the project financing, offer the option of joint investment.
According to the EPCG the new block will suit to the most demanding conditions of modern technology and environmental protection according to EU and Montenegro norms. Net energy efficiency of TPP second unit cannot be less than 38 percent, while with the project is also predicted obligatory thermal station for energy providing for district heating of Pljevlje.
By the second unit construction would be achieved the strategic energy goal and would be provided electro energetic state independence, elimination of the current electricity deficit, security supply improvement, and the stability and sustainability of the Montenegro power system , it was announced earlier in EPCG.
Source; Serbia Energy See desk
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