Republika Srpska: TPP Ugljevik covers 1/3 of RS electricity production, SEE Energy News
In the first three months of this year, TPP “Ugljevik” produced 478.07 GWh of electricity, which in relation to the plan for that period, represents the fulfillment of 101.5 percent. FDG tender is ongoing, prequalification process has been completed with Alstom, Fisia Babcock, Hitachi Mitsubishi and Andritz passing into the bidding phase.
“This year, the company is planning to produce 1.711 gigawatt hours of electricity, 1.996.970 tons of coal and 9.5 million cubic meters of overburden, which corresponds to one third of the total production in the Republic of Srpska,” director of the Mine and Thermal Power Plant “Ugljevik” Ziko Krunic said.
“These data are sufficient in order to show that responsible managing of the company is necessary. The primary aim is to maintain this production of the Mine and TPP. In order to accomplish these goals, a constant investment is needed in this premise. Investments are in millions, both in business revitalization of TPP premise, as well as in mining machinery,” Krunic said.
Executive Director for Technical Issues in “Ugljevik” Dragan Miljanovic said the overhaul of TPP “Ugljevik” entered its final phase, and repair works were being carried out as planned.
The overhaul in TPP according to the plan, roughly, should cost around three million euros.
110MEUR FGD tender, project financed by Japanese government and managed by JAICA, went into the second phase. Prequalified bidders are Alstom, Andritz, Fisia Babcock and Hitachi-Mitsubishi.
In the first three months of this year, TPP “Ugljevik” produced 478.07 GWh of electricity, which in relation to the plan for that period, represents the fulfillment of 101.5 percent.
Source; Serbia Energy See Desk
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