Dalekovod signs two agreements with Norway's Stattnet

Dalekovod has signed two agreements with Norway's power grid operator Stattnet worth 65 million euros in all, the Zagreb-based power transmission equipment company said on Thursday.

Statnett and Dalekovod signed in Oslo an agreement for the construction of a 420 kV power transmission line between Namsos, Hofstad and Afjord, and an agreement for the construction of a 420 kV power transmission line between Snilldal and Surna.

The power transmission lines will be 200 kilometres long in total.

Last update: Thu, 02/06/2016 - 12:50
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