New 300MW HPP Dubrobnik construction to start in 2013, JV of Croatia and Republika Srpska in value of 200MEUR, SEE Energy News
Prime Ministers of RS and Croatia, Aleksandar Dzombic and Zoran Milanovic, have announced that the beginning of the construction of HPP Dubrovnik 2, in which RS and Croatia will jointly invest 200 million of euros, is planned for the next year.
After the meeting, Dzombic claimed for Srna, that the details about the construction of HPP Dubrovnik 2 with the installed capacity of 300MW, should be agreed during the following months. The tender announcement would follow and selection of contractors would take a place, while the construction would last for 2 or 3 years.
Prime Minister added that during the meeting support for joined projects was expressed, including the construction of the bridge on the Sava river.
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