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Nov 21, 2017 11:21 EEST
November 21 (SeeNews) - Croatian power utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP), which plans to apply for a loan from the EBRD towards the cost of a project for construction of a heat-generating unit, CCPP EL-TO Zagreb, is now seeking an owner's engineer, the EBRD said.
The main purpose of CCPP EL-TO Zagreb, with a heat output between 80 to 120 MWt, will be to heat, while electricity production will be its subordinated function, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said in a statement on Monday.
The owner's engineer will assist HEP in the design review, supervising and coordinating the engineering, construction, inspection, testing, commissioning and taking-over of the CHP CCPP EL-TO Zagreb and related facilities, including interconnections to existing plant and systems, being implemented via an EPC turnkey contract.
The lender explained that the operation of the plant will be determined by district heating (DH) loads of the Zagreb district heating system as follows: most of the year the plant will operate according to DH load, whereas the need for industrial steam will be covered if there is any steam left to be supplied from the steam turbine extraction, the balance being covered by other units within the EL-TO Zagreb site. The generated electricity will be transmitted to HV transmission grid (110 kV).
The new CCPP EL-TO Zagreb will be located in a free space within the EL-TO Zagreb site to replace the existing unit “A”. The available area is 4,700 m2 and free of any underground and ground infrastructure.
The deadline for the submission of bids under the current tender is December 15.
The assignment is expected to start in second half of 2018 and has an estimated overall duration of about 38 months to cover the completion of the EPC contract.
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