Energetika Ljubljana will replace two coal mine units by 2022 when a gas steam unit was built in Thermal Power Plant-Ljubljana plant and allowed the majority of coal to be removed from Ljubljana.
Today they are joined by a Greek company Mytilineos Goats They signed a contract for € 118 million about supplying and importing two gases turboag cabins with steam tools and associated technological equipment. When he signed the contract, Samo Lozej, the company director, emphasized the importance of a step towards reducing coal use, not only for Energetika Ljubljana, but also for him. T Ljubljana and Slovenia.
A long term contract of service has also been concluded
Company director of Greek Gardelinos Panagiotis However, however as it was according to Energetika Ljubljana, they said that the projects are looking forward to the benefits they as it was energy –environment it also represents an investment for Energetika Ljubljana, also for Ljubljana City so, as this is their first project in Slovenia.
In the same time, Energetika Ljubljana also completed an agreement on a long-term gas service turboag cabins, by the manufacturer of this equipment, Siemens. Value of contract for eight year gas service turboag cabins or one complete 15.9 million euro round trip, they explained.
Nine tenderers were on offer
Energetika Ljubljana published the tender for the key technology equipment at the end of October 2017, with nine applicants responding. As part of the final just The debate will be chosen by the Greek provider after that Mytilineos Goats its first offer from 133.9 to 118 one million EUR without VAT and was included so be invited to prepare and submit the final tender conciliation, the process was based in Energetika Ljubljana.
By 2022, the steam unit will replace two of the three coal blocks in the TET.TOL and thus allows for 70 per cent fewer coal. Coal block 3, operated in 2008 march coal and wood ore will remain in operation, ensuring that distribution of fuel and the use of renewable energy sources.
Energetika Ljubljana is the largest user of wood biofuels for Slovenia energy purposes. He spends 1.1 a year one million gigajulov wood chips or Over 100,000 tonnes, which represents 16% of heat and electricity from renewable sources.