Czech firm awards contract to equip 4.2-MW Roudnice

Hydro developer RenoEnergie a.s. has awarded a contract to Mavel a.s. of the Czech Republic to equip the 4.2-MW Roudnice hydroelectric project on the Elbe River.

RenoEnergie took bids in June to equip Roudnice, which is to have a head of 2.2 meters and flows of 225 cubic meters per second.

The contract is valued at 158.9 million koruny (US$9.6 million) and is to require 19 months to complete.

RenoEnergie awarded a contract in 2009 to Mavel to supply turbines and related equipment to the 2.65-MW Lovosice-Pistany 1 project in the Czech Republic. Mavel is a manufacturing and engineering company focusing on the production of turbines and related products for hydroelectric plants ranging in size from 3 kW to more than 30 MW.

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