Bosnia qualifies 11 bidders in tender for 450 MW thermal power unit.

By bne IntelliNews November 2, 2012
Bosnian power producer Elektroprivreda BiH said 11 bidders have qualified for the next stage of the tender for a strategic partner in the construction of the 450 WM unit 7 at the Tuzla thermal power plant. The investment in the new unit is estimated at BAM 1.5bn (EUR 767mn). A big number of the qualified bidders are companies from China, Elektroprivreda BiH said on its website. The full list includes China Machinery Engineering Corporation, Chinas Harbin Electric International, a consortium of Chinese firms Gezhouba Group Company Limited and GEDI, Chinas SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation, Hungarys MVM OVIT National Power Line Company, a consortium of three Chinese firms - SEPCO III Electric Power Construction Corporation, HTG Development Group and Shandong Electric Power Engineering Consultind Institute, Spains Cobra Instalatciones y Servicios, Germanys Siemens, Turkeys Cengiz Enerji Sanayii ve Ticaret, a consortium of Japans Toshiba Corporation Polands Rafako and Croatias Hrvatska Elektroprivreda and Japans Hitachi. Elektroprivreda BiH called the international tender for pre-qualification of partners in the joint unit 7 project on July 31, 2012. Twelve companies sent applications and only one Switzerlands Una Water GmbH Trading and Consulting Company was disqualified as it failed to meet the tender requirements. Elektroprivreda BiH operates two coal-fired power plants. One of them is Tuzla with an installed capacity of 715 MW and annual production of some 3,100 GWh and Kakanj, which has a 450 MW installed capacity and an annual output of 2,300 GWh.

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