According to EBRD website, the project entails (i) the construction of electricity transmission infrastructure from Bitola to the Albanian border, with a substation at Ohrid and (ii) the introduction of Smart Grid components at MEPSO. It will provide the missing link in the initiative to establish an East - West electricity transmission corridor between Bulgaria, FYR Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Italy.
Technical cooperation assignments are Feasibility study and preparation of the main design of the project.
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