Poland: PSE S.A. seeks a contractor responsible for building electrical substations and a 105 km power line
Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A. is a state owned company and the 27th biggest enterprise in Poland. Its priority is to maintain energy security and continuity of electricity supply in Poland. Currently the company’s biggest investments are planned in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodship, where new high voltage power lines, electrical substations and power distributing stations are to be built. Conditions for generating wind energy are very good in this region, so the investment will help to develop use of renewable energy. The project is being conducted in alliance with local government.
29 April 2014 – tender for building a 105 km long power line between Pątnów and Jasiniec.
14 May 2014 – tender for complex works connected with building the Grudziądz Węgrowo power substation (from preparing building plans, building the station, to obtaining an occupancy permit).
19 May 2014 – tender for complex works connected with building a high voltage substation in Pelplin.
For more information, please contact:
Dominika Izabela Wągrodzka
Partner, bnt Warsaw