Another Multi-Million KM Investment in the Electricity System of Tuzla

Another Multi-Million KM Investment in the Electricity System of Tuzla

Today, General Managers of Elektroprivreda BiH and Energoinvest, Amer Jerlagic and Džemail Vlahovljak, signed a contract to build new ash containers within the Coal-powered plant in Tuzla, worth 5.05 million, excluding VAT. This project will be realized by the Energoinvest Consortium and the Butmir construction company in Sarajevo, within the timeframe of eight months, and

Today, General Managers of Elektroprivreda BiH and Energoinvest, Amer Jerlagic and Džemail Vlahovljak, signed a contract to build new ash containers within the Coal-powered plant in Tuzla, worth 5.05 million, excluding VAT.

This project will be realized by the Energoinvest Consortium
and the Butmir construction company in Sarajevo, within the timeframe of eight
months, and refers to the simultaneous transport of ash to blocks 4 and 5 and
the transport unit 6, paired with blocks 4 and 5.

Director of Electric Power BiH, Amer Jerlagic, said
today at a press conference in Sarajevo that the Electric Power continued its
policy of awarding work to local companies for these jobs have reference and are
competitive on the market. The new silos, he said, should enable better and
more flexible delivery of ash as a byproduct of that brings significant revenue
to the company.

Džemail Vlahovljak, general manager of Energoinvest,
said that he is satisfied that his company will do another important job for
Electric Power company.

As noted, the capacity installed for dry ash discharge
from the ash silo is 3,000 m3 which calculates to 200 t / h per installation,
while the content of solid particles in the air exhaustion bag filters between
the silos and silo ash is 3.000 m3 and must be below 5 mg/m3, which is in line
with EU standards on environmental protection.

The contract provided that 90 percent of total contract
amount paid successively upon task completion and that 10 percent of will be paid
after a successful completion the trial operation.

Renewable Energy Projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *

Cancel reply