Hungarians stop new power lines projects

25. januára 2016 13:37
Autor: vEnergetike.sk/MZ

The approval of the contract on the construction of two power lines, which is to be signed by the Slovak national grid operator SEPS and the Hungarian transmission grid operator MAVIR, has been delayed by the Hungarians.

Elektrické vedenie elektrina seps
Ilustračné foto SEPS

The Slovak-Hungarian power lines will be completed a year later, in 2019. The approval of the contract on the construction of two power lines, which is to be signed by the Slovak national grid operator SEPS and the Hungarian transmission grid operator MAVIR, has been delayed by the Hungarians. „The preparations for the construction of two 2×400 kV power lines Gabcikovo – Gonyu – Velky Dur and Rimavska Sobota – Sajoivanka reached the stage of the territorial proceedings. The construction of the power lines will start after obtaining the territorial decision and building permit,“ the head of the communication department at SEPS, Norbert Deak, informed the portal vEnergetike.sk.

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