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Nov 30, 2023 15:24 EEST
November 30 (SeeNews) - Albania’s energy corporation KESH said it has signed a 274 million leks ($2.7 million) contract with local energy and construction company LA-OR for the installation of new gas switches in two of its hydroelectric power plants (HPPs).
Switches in a HPP are electrical devices used to control and manage the flow of electricity within the plant. These switches utilize gases, often sulfur hexafluoride (SF6).
LA-OR is set to install two SF6 gas switches at HEC Fierze in north-eastern Albania and one SF6 gas switch for the Vau i Dejes HEC in north-western Albania, as well as implement a parameter monitoring system for eight switches across both HPPs, KESH said in a signed contract notice.
Established in 2006, LA-OR specialises in construction, offering services such as study, design, consultancy, and the implementation of various projects, including public and private buildings, water supply-sewerage, repairs, maintenance, and electrical works.
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