Hungary to build EUR 18.4mn electricity cross-border line to Croatia.

By bne IntelliNews February 18, 2010
Hungary and Croatia will cooperate in the construction of a cross-border power line between the two countries, the respective energy ministers Peter Honig and Duro Popijac signed the necessary agreement, setting the legal framework for the project. State-owned electricity transmission network operator Mavir was to operate the line on the Hungarian side. Total investment costs for building the Hungarian part of the line were estimated at HUF 5bn (EUR 18.4mn). The construction is to be completed in April. Its capacity should be 400kV and would serve to strengthen security of energy supplies in the border region of the two countries.

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