Serbia: Power utility EPS invites consultancy bidders for wind park feasibility, News Serbia Energy
Serbian power utility EPS ( Elektroprivreda Srbije) pushes forward the RES market share increase with Kostolac wind park project and invited consultants to bid for a production of feasibility study and concept design.
Serbian state-owned power utility EPS has invited bids for a consultant on a feasibility study and concept design for a project for the construction of a wind park in the central town of Kostolac.
The bidding deadline is May 22, a document posted on EPS’ website indicated.
EPS director general Aleksandar Obradovic stated earlier in 2015 that the utility company is in talks with German development bank KfW on financing for wind and solar power plant projects in the Kostolac area.
Serbia has no installed wind power capacity. There are several wind park projects under different phases of development mostly in Vojvodina region.
EPS, which operated a total net output capacity of 7,124 MW at the end of 2014, recorded a 14.6% drop in power production to 31,963 GWh last year.