Serbian ATB Sever, Slovenian Andino to supply equipment for Prvonek hydro plant.

By bne IntelliNews July 7, 2011
Serbian machinery manufacturer ATB Sever and Slovenian hydro power specialist Andino Hydropower Engineering will supply the equipment and carry out auxiliary works related to the construction of the Prvonek mini hydro power plants complex on the Banjska river in the south of Serbia, eKapija reported. The construction of Prvonek is expected to be completed in September. According to earlier reports in local media, the construction of the Prvonek hydropower plant is expected to cost EUR 1.4mn. The facility will have two units with a capacity of 100 and 800 kilowatts each. Construction works are fully funded by Serbia's power monopoly EPS. The Prvonek plant is part of EPS's EUR 80mn project to upgrade 17 existing and build 18 new hydropower plants, which EPS announced in April. EBRD is expected to provide EUR 45mn for the project.
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