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E-Distributie Banat to award 23 million Euro contract for grid works

E-Distributie Banat will award, by public tender, a multi-services contract for works on the medium voltage and low voltage lines of the electricity distribution grids, and back-office operations, in the counties Arad, Timis, Caras Severin and Hunedoara, with a total value of up to 110 million RON (approx. 23.7 million Euro).

2018-09-03 10:58:48

The participation announcement for the 3-year contract has been published on the platform of the electronic system for public procurement and the participants are invited to file their offers by October 4, 2018.

The contract is divided into 4 parts, for each of the four counties. Thus, the contract for works on grids, measurement and back-office operations in Timis County will be up to 37.29 million RON, in Hunedoara County up to 28.62 million RON, in Arad County up to 24.54 million RON and in Caras Severin County up to 19.53 million RON.

The works are part of the investment program carried out by Enel′s distribution companies in Romania, aimed at securing a proper service for end users and improving the quality and security of the network, while also complying with Enel's environmental standards.



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