According to its press service, the mostly St. Petersburg Silovye Mashiny (Power Machines) concern has come up winner in the tender for the reconstruction of the Jerdap-1 hydroelectric Power Plant in Yugoslavia. The tender was announced by the Serbian state-owned electric company 18 months ago.
After the reconstruction is completed, the output of the 6 power units of the hydroelectric plant will reach 190 MW, now 171 MW. The estimated cost of the work, which is supposed to be completed in 88 months, is USD 100 million. The Power Machines is expected to hire Serbian subcontractors.
The Power Machines concern includes the Leningrad Metal Plant, Electrosila plant, The Plant of Turbine Vanes, Kaluga Turbine Plant of St. Petersburg, and the Moscow-based Energomashexport-Silovye Mashiny, the head company of the concern.