Bulgaria's ESO opens tender for repair, construction of power lines
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Bulgaria's state-owned Electricity System Operator (ESO) said on Monday that it launched a BGN 275.5 million (USD 171.8 million) tender, VAT (value-added tax) excluded, for the reconstruction and construction of power lines.
The tender is divided into two lots, with the higher-priced one worth some BGN 182.7 million, ESO said in a tender notice.
The lower-priced lot envisages works on 220-400 kV (kilovolt) power lines, while the higher-priced lot envisages works on 60-110 kV power lines, the contracting authority said. Works on each of the two contracts are expected to be completed within a period of 60 months.
The deadline for submitting offers in the tender is July 6. (source: SeeNews)
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