Bulgarian state-owned National Electricity Company (NEK) said that it has signed a 19.9 million euros worth contract for the rehabilitation of three of its hydropower plants with a consortium comprising of the Czech company CKD Blansko, Croatian Koncar-KET and Slovenian Rudis.
The statement from the company said that the contract will be partially financed with a 11.5 million euros grant from the Kozloduy International Decommissioning Support Fund (KIDSF). The tender includes all activities and components of the engineering service such as design, manufacture, delivery, installation, designer supervision, setting, testing and commissioning of the facilities regarding the three HPPs – HPP Momina Klisura, HPP Sestrimo and pumped-storage HPP Belmeken.
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Tags: Belmeken, Bulgaria, electricity, HPP, hydro, KIDSF, Momina Klisura, NEK, rehabilitation, Sestrimo