The company Skoda Praha will build the second block of Pljevlja Power Station for 324.5 million euros, it was announced from the company Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG).
The company’s announcement states that Skoda Praha is committed to implement the project of construction of the second block for 324.5 million euros in accordance with agreed contracts and the parameters that are required by the tender.
“Skoda has committed itself to the offered technical solution guaranteed to comply with the requirements of EU standards for PC technology in coal combustion in TEP-II. They will use all the best available techniques, which include all measures for cleaning the exhaust gas,” it was said in the EPCG statement.
Also, as they pointed out, Czech company has confirmed that this offer also includes a plant for the selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide in the case of defining more rigorous international standards of if they occur in the future.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro