Two Hydroelectric Plants Planned for Poland

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2002-02-27 [SolarAccess.com] Polish energy company ZZW Niedzica plans to build two, small hydroelectric power plants at a cost of PLN 15 million (US$3.6 million) each on the Vistula river. Hydrotest Skanska, a unit of the building giant Skanska, will be general contractor for the project, which will take place in the towns of Laczany and Smolice, both northwest of Krakow. The Laczany plant will be finished by October 2002 while the Smolice facility is to be up and running in spring 2003. Both plants will be capable of delivering around 2 MW of energy.
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