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KIO turns down bidders' appeals in Turow tender
May 26, 2014   
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The appeals body KIO has turned down appeals by Doosan and Shanghai Electric against the outcome of the Turow power bloc tender.

Power group PGE had picked a PLN 3.25 billion bid by the consortium of Hitachi Power Europe, builder Budimex and Tecnicas Reunidas in the tender for the construction of a power block in Turow in March 2014. The Hitachi-Budimex-Tecnicas consortium was picked over Chinese engineering group Shanghai Electric, which had reportedly offered PLN 3.09 billion, still above the PLN 2.83 billion budget, according to PAP Polish news agency.

The tender for the construction of a 430-450 MW power block was announced in June 2013, after cancellation of the initial procedure due to bids significantly exceeding the budget.

"PGE won't likely wait and will sign the deal with the selected consortium regardless of any potential appeal to KIO decision," a person close to the company told PAP.

Chinese Shanghai Electric was appealing the decision as it filed a lower offer in the tender. Korean Doosan, which filed the offer with the highest price tag, wanted the winning bid to be turned down on procedural grounds.
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