Montenegrin electricity distribution system operator CEDIS said that it plans to build a 35kV/10kV substation in the coastal city of Ulcinj, an investment worth some 2 million euros.
The statement from CEDIS said that the project will include the installation of seven 10 kV and three 35 kV cable sets and will significantly improve the quality of power supply to 5,527 customers in the area of Ulcinj. The construction will be carried out by Serbian civil engineering company Energomontaza and will be completed by 31 December 2017.
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