Montenegro picks Skoda Praha as preferred bidder for new power plant

April 30, 2015 5:48 PM

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SARAJEVO, April 30 (Reuters) - Montenegro's power utility EPCG said on Thursday it had picked Czech engineering group Skoda Praha, owned by power utility CEZ, as the preferred bidder to build a coal-fired unit at its Pljevlja power plant.

EPCG said Skoda Praha bid 338.5 million euros ($379.12 million) to construct a 254 megawatt (MW) unit, while China Machinery Engineering Corp (CMEC) offered to build the unit for 326 million euros.

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