Romania's Hidroelectrica to build 45 MWp solar plant in Brăila
Romanian hydropower producer Hidroelectrica plans to build a 45-MWp (megawatt-peak) solar plant in the eastern county of Brăila, eastern Romania, and install 20 photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roofs of 20 of its hydropower plants (HPP), news portal SeeNews reported citing data published in Romania's electronic system for public procurement, SEAP.
Hidroelectrica is inviting companies to submit offers for feasibility studies for the two projects, two tender notices published on Tuesday and Wednesday on SEAP showed.
The feasibility study contract is worth RON 356,700 (USD 85.293) and the deadline for submitting offers is October 21. The PV plant, which is estimated to generate 56 GWh (gigawatt-hour) annually, will be located on a 55 hectares land plot in Tudor Vladimirescu commune.
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