A final shortlist of 11 international companies has been drawn up by Bosnian power utility EPBiH to construct a new coal power plant to help replace the ageing coal infrastructure in the country.
The companies are competing to partner the Bosnian utility in constructing a 450 MW coal fired unit in Tuzla, Bosnia.
The shortlisted firms are China Machinery Engineering Corp, Harbin Electric International, Sepco Electric Power Construction, and two consortia led by China Gezhouba Group and Sepco III Electric Power Construction.
Siemens (NYSE: SI), Hitachi (TYO: 6501), Hungary’s MVM OVIT National Power Line, Spain’s Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, Turkish Cengiz Enerji Sanayii, and a consortium led by Toshiba were also shortlisted, according to Energy Business Review online.
The project calls for investment of about $997m.
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