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Nov 23, 2023 15:01 EEST
November 23 (SeeNews) - Albanian power grid operator OSSH said it awarded two deals worth a total of 175.8 million leks ($1.8 million/1.7 million euro) for an overhaul of the medium voltage network in the northeastern town of Bajram Curri to two local contractors.
A consortium of construction companies PE-VLA-KU and K.M.K won an 89.2 million leks contract for the partial reconstruction of a substation’s feeder, while construction company Sireta 2F was awarded a separate 86.5 million leks contract for the reconstruction of the medium voltage network, OSSH said in a notice earlier this week.
Works on both projects must be completed within four months.
(1 euro = 102.923 Albanian leks)
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