Pulawy tenders for 840 MW gas fired plant

Polish fertilizer producer Pulawy PULW.WA is to launch a tender in Poland in late July or early August for construction of an 840 MW gas fired power plant.

The state-controlled group holds a 50 per cent stake in the venture that will build the power plant, and top Polish utility PGE PGEP.WA holds the other 50 per cent. The partners want the plant to start operating in 2016 or 2017.

"We have a link to the power grid and secured gas supplies. We will launch the tender for a general contractor very soon, at the turn of July and August," said Marian Rybak, CEO of Pulawy.

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