MVM wins tender to transform heating plant to biomass fuel
MVM OVIT, a unit of state-owned Hungarian electricity works MVM, the only bidder, won a tender to convert the heating plant of Tatabánya, west of Budapest, from gas to biomass fuel, an announcement in Monday's official procurement gazette Közbeszerzési Értesítő shows.
The contract is worth close to HUF 6.2 bln. The heating plant has won more than HUF 1.5 bln in grants for the project. The conversion will create 41 new jobs at the plant, currently employing 100.
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