Poland utility extends bidding for monitoring, operating system at 160-MW Wloclawek

Polish utility Energa Hydro Sp. z.o.o. has extended the deadline for bids to supply a computer monitoring and operating system for 160.2-MW Wloclawek Dam on Poland’s Vistula River. Bids now are due November 13.

Energa Hydro previously called for bids by October 30.

Polish water manager Regionalny Zarzad Gospodarki Wodnej w Warszawie took bids in September for reconstruction and repair of Wloclawek Dam, which was built between 1962 and 1970. Energa Hydro awarded a contract in 2011 to ABB Sp. z.o.o. for a replacement transformer block in the project’s hydroelectric plant.

Energa Hydro now seeks bids for a computer-aided monitoring and operating system for Wloclawek. The work is valued at more than 400,000 euros (US$516,143).

Solicitation documents may be obtained from the address below. Bids, in Polish, now are due by 9 a.m. November 13.

For information, contact Energa Hydro z o.o., ul. Grunwaldska 42a 83-000 Pruszcz Gdanski, Attn.: Daria Kwasnik, 83-010 Straszyn, Poland; (48) 586921857; Fax: (48) 586921880; Internet: www.energa-hydro.pl.

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