Die Tschechen bauen nun ein Preis günstiges Kohle Kraftwerk in Montenegro

Posted on März 9, 2016 von

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Wenn man die Erstellungs Preise sieht, kann man die Erpressungs, Bestechungs und Betrugs Orgien der Deutschen besser verstehen. Vergleichbaren Projekt, etwas Kleiner, aber die Kosten liegen bei ca. 15 % der Deutschen RWE Verbrecher für ein Kohle Kraftwerk im Kosovo. siehe die um 500 % überteuerte Müll Entsorgungs Anlage der Deutschen mit dem korrumpten Bürgermeister Bandic in Zagreb.

The Czech company Skoda Praha-contracted the job of building power plants in Montenegro

TE-PLJEVLJA 2

 

By   10 months ago

By Adnan Prekic

The Czech company Škoda Praha placed the best offer on the international tender issued by the Montenegrin government and as a result was assigned to build another block of thermal power plant in Pljevlja. The Board of Directors of the national electricity company has decided that the Czechs offer was more profitable than those submitted by the one Chinese company.

Construction of the new power plant is one of the priorities of the government of Montenegro. It has been more than 30 years since a major energy facility has been built in Montenegro. The construction of the second block of the thermal power plant Pljevlja has been a subject of dispute between the Montenegrin government, which has a majority ownership in the energy company and the Italian partners, the company A2A.

Among the nine offers for the construction of the thermal power plants, the offer of the Czech company Skoda Praha was found to be the most profitable. The Czech company is willing to construct a thermal power plant of 254 megawatts with an electric efficiency of 39.5 percent, for 338.5 million euros

 

Montenegro to refinance existing debts with loans from the Arab Emirates

Djukanovic Bin Zajed

By   10 months ago

Podgorica, April 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Adnan Prekic The deficit in the state budget of Montenegrin Government over the past years has been funded by borrowing on international financial markets. During the next year, Montenegro will have to pay almost 400 million in loans. Montenegrin Minister of

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