Porto Montenegro will get new substation worth €3m

Porto Montenegro will get new substation worth €3m

Published at: 2017-08-31 09:28 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Montenegrin company Adriatic Marinas from Tivat started the construction of a new substation at the northern part of the Porto Montenegro tourist complex. The construction is taking place close to the Adriatic highway in Seljanovo. The 10kV Substation will produce a total installed power capacity of 3x12,5MVA and is expected to represent an investment of about €3m. In this first phase of construction worth €1m, Siemens equipment will be installed. It will feature modern remote-control systems and an additional €800,000 will be invested in the construction of access roads. Two generators will be installed next to the facility for use when there is no other electricity available at a cost of €300,000.

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