Hungary,Croatia sign contract to build power line

The system director of electrical-grid operator Mavir, Gabor Tari, and his counterpart at Hrvatska Elektroprivreda, Dubravko Sabolic, signed a contract on Thursday in Osijek, Croatia, to build a 400 kV power line between Pecs, Hungary, and Ernestinovo, Croatia.

Also present at contract signing were Croatia’s Minister of Economy, Employment and Enterprises Branko Vukelic, Hungary’s Minister of Economy Janos Koka and economic attache at the Hungarian embassy in Zagrab, Peter Zavoczky.

According to the contract, Hungary will build 42.2 kilometers of the cable at a cost of approximately EUR 20, while the Croatia will build 44.1 kilometers of cable at a cost of approximately EUR 21m by March 2010. Hungary’s EUR 20m in spending will include the cost of expanding the Pecs substation.

Source: MTI-ECONEWS

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