Polish firm extends bidding for generator rehab at 156-MW Zydowo

Polish utility Energa Hydro Sp. z o.o. has extended the deadline for bids to refurbish a generator of the 156-MW Zydowo pumped-storage project on Poland’s Radew River. Bids now are due August 16.

The hydro operator previously called for bids by August 6.

Energa Hydro operates Zydowo, the 160.2-MW Wloclawek project, and 44 small hydropower plants. In 2010, Energa’s engineering consultant, Energoprojekt-Warszawa S.A., took bids for equipment to modernize Zydowo, which features two conventional turbine-generators and one pump-turbine-generator, built in 1971.

The current solicitation calls for extensive reconstruction and modernization of generator Hz-2. Valued at 400,000 euros (US$491,272), the work is expected to require five months.

Solicitation documents may be obtained from the address below. Bids, in Polish, now are due by 9 a.m. August 16.

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) 5868218800; Internet: www.energa-hydro.pl.

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