The Capital’s City Hall will launch the procurement procedure for renting ten modular thermal energy production capacities, announced the general mayor of Bucharest, Nicuşor Dan.
“We are entering a straight line regarding the public procurement of services for 10 temporary mobile power plants, which will be positioned next to 10 thermal points in Bucharest and which will operate in case of network failure or depending on low parameters on the transmission network. The 10 thermal points serve a total of 170 blocks of flats and 27 companies, of which 3 thermal points are in District 3 (1 Labirint, PT 3 Labirint and PT 4 Labirint st.), one thermal point is in sector 4 (Livada Nouă st.), 3 thermal points are in sector 5 (10 Mărgeanului, PT 11 Mărgeanului, PT 9 Mărgeanului) and 3 thermal points are in sector 6 (PT 4/10, PT 7 Virtuții, PT 8 Virtuții). After completing the documentation, we will launch in SICAP the procurement procedure for renting these modular thermal energy production capacities,” wrote Nicuşor Dan on Facebook, according to Agerpres.
According to him, the estimated value for renting the 10 modular thermal energy production capacities is of approximately 16.2 million lei without VAT.
“We estimate that their commissioning will be carried out until the beginning of the cold season, the rental period being of 12 months. The modular capacities will have an installed thermal power between 1-2 Gcal/h,” added the City Hall mayor.